|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives with a card showing the word "typewriter" on one side and a picture of a typewriter on the other. In the kitchen, he has a real typewriter set up which he demonstrates for viewers. Mister Rogers talks about mothers and fathers who use typewriters before he sings I'd like to Be Just Like Mom and Dad. As he sings, a short film is shown about mothers and fathers.
Mister Rogers shows a funny fast film on Picture Picture of Betty Aberlin making a bed before Betty herself stops by. As a surprise for Betty, the funny fast film is shown again.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday and Queen Sara are in the M Room of the castle where they are able to view an artist, Peggy Lipschutz, and a group of musicians. The musicians play a musical version of Today is a Special Day while Ms. Lipschutz is creating a picture of the royal couple. Next, the song Noah Found Grace in the Eyes of the Lord is played as she creates a picture of Noah and his ark. Lastly, the song Turn Turn Turn is played as she sketches a picture of a baby. This makes King Friday question if Ms. Lipschutz may know his secret.
Back at the house, Betty Aberlin has drawn a picture that says "Goodbye, Misterogers." After she leaves, Mister Rogers talks about different ways to write and say goodbye.
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