|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers washes dishes in the kitchen using a scrubber that he brought with him and the sample of dish detergent he received from Mr. McFeely. As he washes some glasses, he sings One and One are Two. Picture Picture shows a film about dishes being washed in a large restaurant.
Mr. Barker stops by on his way to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and shows Mister Rogers how to play the bagpipes. After Mister Rogers realizes how difficult the bagpipes can be to play, Mr. Barker demonstrates this unique instrument for him before heading off to play at the castle.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. Anybody is a Scotsman with a Scottish terrier named Mac. He stops by the tree where X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat are thankful for the stones left for them the previous day. Initially, Henrietta is afraid of Mac but quickly warms up to the friendly dog.
Inside the castle, Mr. Barker is playing the bagpipes for King Friday and Sara Saturday. After a larger group of pipers and dancers perform, Mr. Anybody also performs for the King by singing a traditional Scottish verse -- Ye Banks O' Doon.
Back at the house, Mister Rogers is talking about the importance of practice when Mac finds his way back to the house. Mister Rogers spends some time playing with the dog before Mr. Anybody returns.
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