|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives wearing sunglasses and talks about how it can be concerning to a child when an adult changes their appearance. He puts on a wig as well and shows that he is still Mister Rogers regardless of what he is wearing. He then sings I'm Still Myself Inside.
Marilyn Barnett stops by for some indoor stretching exercises. Moving outside, she and Mister Rogers do similar exercises as they each hold a ball. As they are finishing, Bob Trow arrives with a completed portrait of Marilyn Barnett.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin is wearing sunglasses as she waters Daniel's African violet. King Friday is not convinced that she is truly Lady Aberlin and quizzes her with various questions about the Neighborhood.
Robert Troll quickly recognizes Lady Aberlin as he is looking for the package for Purple Panda. He has a collection of drawings that show what the package may look like.
At the clock, Daniel Striped Tiger is somewhat frightened by the sight of Lady Aberlin's disguise. After she proves her identity, Lady Aberlin sings I Like Someone Who Looks Like You. Daniel shares a sign with her that shows the numbers "1-4-3" -- a numerical symbol for "I Love You." As Lady Aberlin leaves the clocks, Robert Troll suggests that Purple Panda's package may be in the castle's P Room.
Back at the house, Mister Rogers uses construction paper and a marker to make his own "1-4-3" sign as he sings Many Ways To Say I Love You. He explains that the Minot's Ledge Lighthouse near Boston Harbor flashes its light in a "1-4-3" pattern.
Mr. McFeely stops by with a time-lapse video he made which shows the television house being constructed in the WQED studio. After watching the film, Mister Rogers gives his "1-4-3" sign to Mr. McFeely.
With Fred Rogers
Produced in association with WQED/Pittsburgh
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