|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives with a bag of buns given to him by Chef Brockett on his way in. Chef Brockett asked him to warm them in the oven. In the kitchen, Mister Rogers turns on the oven and places the eight hot dog buns inside. While he waits for them to warm, he slices an extra bun and places it in the toaster before singing I Think I'm Going To Like Today.
Chef Brockett arrives and invites Mister Rogers outside where he and Mr. McFeely have grilled hot dogs for everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. As Chef Brockett places the hot dogs in the buns, Mr. McFeely talks about using the grill safely. There are two extra hot dogs -- one for Mr. McFeely and one for Mister Rogers.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel Striped Tiger and Lady Aberlin are at the clock where Daniel sings I'm Tame. They hear a call for help coming from Corney's factory where a fire is found in the boiler room. Lady Aberlin rushes to the castle to inform King Friday but he is busy walking Mimus Polyglottos and requires her to make an appointment to see him.
Meanwhile, Chef Brockett has extinguished the fire at the factory which appears to be a total loss. Of course, Corney is upset by the loss but thankfully no one was hurt by the fire. Daniel invites Corney to stay at the clock until the factory can be rebuilt.
Marie Torre arrives at the castle to interview King Friday for the Neighborhood News.
Back at the house, Mister Rogers talks about fire safety and sings I'm Taking Care of You. As Mister Rogers is leaving, Chef Brockett arrives to assure him that everyone in the Neighborhood is safe.
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