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Episode 1317

Air Date: May 8, 1973
Previous Episode: 1316
Next Episode: 1318

Mister Rogers arrives with the ice cream container he was given by Chef Brockett. Having covered much of it with pieces of wallpaper, he takes it to the kitchen to complete the project as he sings I Like To Take My Time. Mister Rogers plans to give the container to the McFeelys to use as a waste basket.

At the McFeelys' house, Mister Rogers helps move furniture back into place in their newly wallpapered kitchen.

On the way back to the house, Mister Rogers stops at Brockett's Bakery for a musical surprise -- Johnny Costa and his band playing as Joey Hollingsworth dances.

In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII is very unhappy that everything is still in disarray. He retrieves a map from the castle's map room but it does little good as it shows only the way the Neighborhood used to look.

Corney explains to Joey Hollingsworth that his business is suffering as a result of the mixed-up Neighborhood. Meanwhile, Edgar Cooke seems to be lost on his way back from grocery shopping in Westwood. Lady Elaine Fairchilde tries to capitalize on everyone's confusion by selling maps of the Neighborhood's current arrangement.

Back at the house, Mister Rogers uses a wallpaper scrap to make a greeting card that says "You are my friend."


Mr. McFeely points out the spot on his kitchen wall where the grape juice was spilled the previous day. Having been promptly cleaned, there is no sign of the accident.

I'm a Chef plays in the background as Mister Rogers makes his way to the bakery.

At the bakery, Mister Rogers asks Jose about his cousin (and former bakery clerk) Mrs. Schenk. Jose reports that she is doing well.

At the bakery's soda shop, Mister Rogers orders an orange drink and an apple.

Among other guests at the bakery are Audrey Roth, her daughter Holly, her granddaughter Maggie, and their friend Maria.

Appearing In This Episode




Episode Credits

With Fred Rogers
Neighbors: Don Brockett, Jose Cisneros, Holly Dobkin (uncredited), Maggie Dobkin (uncredited), Joey Hollingsworth, Betsy Nadas, David Newell, Audrey Roth
Trio: John Costa, Robert Rawsthorne, Michael Taylor
Produced and Directed by Bob Walsh
Music Director: John Costa
Creative Consultant: Guy Urban

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