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Mister Rogers arrives with some pictures of his friend LeVar Burton in his various televison roles. Mr. McFeely calls to say that he will deliver a book for Mr. Burton to read when he visits later in the day.
Moving into the kitchen, Mister Rogers decides to show his gratitude to Mr. McFeely by making him a gift. Using a piece of tissue paper, Mister Rogers makes a bow tie which he tapes to a piece of construction paper. He completes the gift by writing "Thank You" on the paper before he sings Many Ways to Say I Love You. Mr. McFeely arrives with a copy of The Daddy Book and is very grateful for Mister Rogers' gift.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Neighbor Aber shows the finder balloon to King Friday who continues to scoff at what he considers to be foolishness. Robert Troll arrives wearing a pair of large glasses which he says will help him as he looks for Lady Elaine. He informs Neighbor Aber that Fortune Cookie Man was found taking a rest in the F.C. Room of the Museum-Go-Round. The finder balloon leads Robert Troll and Neighbor Aber to the Museum-Go-Round.
At the museum, Betty Okonak Templeton and Fortune Cookie Man find Lady Elaine who had locked herself in the L Room. As Lady Elaine is freed, King Friday arrives to apologize to everyone for his recent arrogance and recognizes his appreciation for other people's gifts.
Back at the house, LeVar Burton arrives to share The Daddy Book.
With Fred Rogers
Produced in association with WQED/Pittsburgh
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