|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives with a bean plant that started as a seed which he planted in a pot several months earlier. As he talks about the plant, Maggie Stewart arrives dressed in costume as Mr. McFeely for a dress-up party she and Chuck Aber are hosting. She sings and signs It's You I Like before making a speedy delivery to Mister Rogers -- a video about how people make zipper sweaters.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the school play is being held in the castle's D.U. (Dress-Up) Room. Handyman Negri is outside and sings This is Just the Day as King Friday emerges wearing his spare crown. Mayor Maggie and Neighbor Aber arrive for the play to find King Friday dancing outside the castle. Lady Aberlin rushes in searching for Daniel Tiger who seems to be missing.
At the clock, Lady Aberlin finds Daniel in his raccoon costume worrying that he might frighten someone. She assures Daniel that he can make the raccoon any kind of raccoon he wants it to be.
In the castle's D.U. Room, Handyman Negri is dressed as a bean as he provides music for the beginning of the festivities. The play, The Ballerina, the Raccoon, and the Giant King, begins with Ana Platypus dancing with Daniel Striped Tiger. Prince Tuesday, wearing a paper crown, commands that there be no dancing without his permission. Pleased with his son's performance, King Friday presents Prince Tuesday with his spare crown. Prince Tuesday confesses that he was responsible for the crown being lost a few days earlier.
Back at the house, Mr. McFeely stops by to pick up the video and Mister Rogers gives him the bean plant. He concludes for the week by singing I'm Taking Care of You.
With Fred Rogers
Produced in association with WQED/Pittsburgh
Appearing In This Episode
Mister Rogers | Maggie Stewart | Handyman Negri | King Friday XIII | Mayor Maggie | Neighbor Aber | Lady Aberlin | Daniel Striped Tiger | Queen Sara Saturday | Harriett Elizabeth Cow | Ana Platypus | Prince Tuesday | Mr. McFeely
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