|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives with a used piece of green wrapping paper which he takes to the kitchen. Taking out some crayons, he uses the paper to make a textured rubbing as he explains that leftover things can be used for many other things.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the MGR-TV Flea Market Auction is underway as Miss Paulificate arrives with her group of volunteers. Chef Brockett explains that unwanted items will be offered up for others to call in and purchase. Everyone sings Someone Can Use It before Lady Elaine lists off a variety of the items available at the flea market. As she names some, Lady Aberlin writes the items on the "Quicky" board. While King Friday has contributed one extra sunrise and one extra sunset, Grandpere has provided 400 extra French fry containers which Chef Brockett quickly claims for use as drinking cups. Mr. McFeely is interested in the sunrise and sunset: "I have a lot of deliveries to make and I can always use an early sunrise and a late sunset." Mr. McFeely contributes a bicycle tire, X the Owl offers a "whole line of K's", and Lady Elaine is ready to part with her sign for "Fairchilde's Real Italian Pizza." Bob Dog takes the sign to use as a cape.
Back at the house, Mister Rogers visits Betty's Little Theater where Ella Jenkins is singing and Susan Linn is playing with her puppets.
With Fred Rogers
Produced by Family Communications Inc. in association with WQED, Pittsburgh
Appearing In This Episode
Mister Rogers | Miss Paulificate | Chef Brockett | Lady Elaine Fairchilde | Bob Dog | Lady Aberlin | Michael Douglas | John Fahey | Pamela Golden | Joyce Levenson | Chris Ratay | Michael Samreny | Susan Solomon | Mr. McFeely | Ella Jenkins | Susan Linn | Audrey Duck | Catalion | Rabbitha
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