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THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers

Perfect Strangers

The second season of Perfect Strangers featured an episode titled "Since I Lost My Baby." According to TV.com, in this 1987 episode:

When Mr. Twinkacetti forgets his wedding anniversary (for the 16th time), Edwina kicks him out. Balki invites him to stay for a while, but when he makes no efforts to reconcile with Edwina, it's up to Larry and Balki try and get them back together.

The episode opens with Balki singing Won't You Be My Neighbor as he enters the discount shop:

Balki: It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood. A beautiful day in the neighborhood. Would you be mine? Could you be mine? Won't you be my neighbor? Can you say good morning?

Larry: No.

 


In the fourth season of the show, Larry is working as a teacher in an episode titled "Teacher's Pest." After failing the entire class on an assignment, the following dialogue takes place:

Larry: One can often learn more from failure than from success.

Student: Who is this guy? Mister Rogers?

 

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