|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives with small models of furniture made by his friend Maya Lin. Having noticed that a screw was missing from the door when he came in, he finds a screwdriver and a screw which he uses to repair the door. A phone call from Ms. Lin invites Mister Rogers to visit her studio.
At Maya Lin's studio, Mister Rogers learns about the what inspires her to make her furniture and other other creations. Ms. Lin also shares her models plans for a new library as well as an illuminated clock.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesdays asks Mayor Maggie for help in convincing his father to change his mind about the ban on yo-yos in the Neighborhood. Mr. McFeely delivers a video for King Friday from Yo-Yo Ma as King Friday himself comes out of the castle.
At the factory, Corney has invented a Royal Automatic Yo-Yo (R.A.Y.) which he hopes will help the King change his mind. King Friday promises that he will allow yo-yos in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe if he can find one that he is able to use well. Impressed with the R.A.Y., King Friday watches the video from Yo-Yo Ma which offers the King a cello performance. Feeling better about yo-yos, King Friday allows everyone in the Neighborhood to use yo-yos once again.
Back at the house, Mister Rogers talks about everyone having different talents. He mentions his musical talents and the artistic talents of his sister.
With Fred Rogers
Produced in association with WQED/Pittsburgh
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