|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers begins his television visit by showing his driver's license and talking about various people who need licenses to practice their trades. Agreeing to help Mr. McFeely, Mister Rogers makes a speedy delivery to Bob Trow's workshop.
At Bob Trow's workshop, viewers are given a silk screening demonstration as Mr. Trow and Marion Young are making posters.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde is awaiting King Friday's approval for her license for MGR-TV. King Friday is waiting on a crown cover to match his colorful robe while X the Owl has been given the task of printing Lady Elaine's license. Meanwhile, X has delivered the license to an empty MGR studio as Mr. McFeely has done the same with King Friday's crown cover. Alone in the studio, Mr. McFeely explores the set and sings the Speedy Delivery song. King Friday, Lady Elaine, and Lady Aberlin arrive and the King is broadcast live as he grants his royal approval for the start of MGR-TV.
Back at the house, Marion Young stops by with a film about the activities of a kindergarten class.
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