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Closed Captioned School #1461 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about home and school and visits a kindergarten teacher to see what school is like. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the trolley pretends to be a school bus.

Closed Captioned School #1462 [TV-Y]
Daniel is excited about his new study cards—one set with numbers, and another with letters—but wonders how to play with them. Mister Rogers sings "One and One Are Two."

Closed Captioned School #1463 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers brings a chalkboard home. Lady Elaine has been scaring the children by telling them that they already have to know their numbers and alphabet before they go to school, so Lady Aberlin has a talk with her about the importance of play as well as learning in school.

Closed Captioned School #1464 [TV-Y]
Ana Platypus and Prince Tuesday are ready for their first day at school. But Daniel Tiger is still a little scared, so he brings along his favorite toy dump truck to make him feel more at home.

School #1465 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers puts name tags on a picture of Francois Clemmons and on the trolley. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, children from Some Place Else find their desks at school with the help of name cards.

Closed Captioned Superheroes #1466 [TV-Y]
Queen Sara worries about Prince Tuesday because of his bad dreams about a dinosaur. But Prince Tuesday feels strong because of his "superfunnel." At school, Ana talks about her superskirt, frightening Daniel.

Closed Captioned Superheroes #1467 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows models of dinosaurs and explains that they don't exist anymore. Later, he tours the Dinosaur Room at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History with Dr. Mary Dawson. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Purple Panda dresses up as a dinosaur with a golden crown and scares Daniel.

Closed Captioned Superheroes #1468 [TV-Y]
After Mister Rogers explains that dreams are not real—only thoughts in our heads—Prince Tuesday learns that it helps to talk about his fears.

Closed Captioned Superheroes #1469 [TV-Y]
On a visit to the set of The Incredible Hulk, Mister Rogers meets Lou Ferrigno and watches him putting on his costume and makeup.

Closed Captioned Superheroes #1470 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a film of a backhoe and explains that it requires a person to make it work.

Closed Captioned Opera: Bubbleland #1471 [TV-Y]
Storyteller Jay O'Callahan makes up a story about bubbles, and opera star John Reardon offers to compose an opera about them.

Closed Captioned Opera: Bubbleland #1472 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a photo album of all the sweaters his mother has made to show her love for him.

Closed Captioned Opera: Bubbleland #1473 [TV-Y]
Chef Brockett shows how to make different things with bananas.

Closed Captioned Opera: Bubbleland #1474 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers explains that even though we can't see the wind, we can tell where it's been by looking for its effects. The residents of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe prepare to put on John Reardon's new opera, Windstorm in Bubbleland.

Opera: Bubbleland #1475 [TV-Y]
The opera Windstorm in Bubbleland has its premiere performance, featuring Hildegarde Hummingbird saving her friends in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe from the wind.

Divorce #1476 [TV-Y]
At a picnic, Prince Tuesday meets a new girl and her mother. His new friend explains that her father doesn't live with them because her parents are divorced.

Closed Captioned Divorce #1477 [TV-Y]
King Friday wants to buy a fancy jet plane, but Queen Sara thinks they can't afford it. The two end up arguing about money.

Divorce #1478 [TV-Y]
Prince Tuesday has disappeared, and Handyman Negri organizes a search party to find him.

Closed Captioned Divorce #1479 [TV-Y]
Queen Sara and King Friday finally settle their argument about the airplane by working out a compromise: They'll buy an electric car-plane that won't use as much gasoline and therefore won't be so expensive to use.

Closed Captioned Divorce #1480 [TV-Y]
Some children of divorced parents might have to travel alone, so Mister Rogers goes aboard a commercial airplane to show what flying is like. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday takes delivery on his new car-plane.

Competition #1481 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers suggests drawing a picture of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, pointing out that each person's creation will be unique, and shows a film about how crayons are made.

Competition #1482 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits the Carnegie Museum of Art. King Friday decides to hold a drawing contest for everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and X the Owl gets a letter from Big Bird saying that he'll be bringing an entry over from Sesame Street.

Competition #1483 [TV-Y]
Chef Brockett enters a cake-decorating contest, but he doesn't win. Big Bird arrives for a visit and has to reassure Henrietta that, despite all the excitement, X the Owl will still be her best friend.

Closed Captioned Competition #1484 [TV-Y]
At a dance studio, Mister Rogers watches Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Lynn Swann work out with a ballet company. Swann explains how dancing has helped him play football, then visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, where he and Bob Dog attend a football game and are disappointed when their team loses.

Closed Captioned Competition #1485 [TV-Y]
King Friday announces the winner of the Draw the Neighborhood Contest and awards a rainbow as first prize. Mister Rogers talks about feelings of winning and losing and explains that the fun part of the contest was doing the drawing itself.

Closed Captioned Play #1486 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely shows a walker he is delivering to someone who just came home from the hospital after an accident. Mister Rogers tries it out and discovers that learning to use it takes some practice. Bob Dog takes a fall while trying to retrieve a ball stuck in a tree. When King Friday hears about it, he takes a drastic step: He bans all play in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

Closed Captioned Play #1487 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a toy factory to see the design decisions and safety concerns that go into making playthings for children.

Closed Captioned Play #1488 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about the importance of using your imagination when playing. But things are still pretty gloomy in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, where King Friday's ban on play is still in effect.

Closed Captioned Play #1489 [TV-Y]
Realizing that many of the neighborhood residents are angry at him, King Friday reconsiders his ban on play. Maybe the playing can go on after all—as long as people play safely.

Closed Captioned Play #1490 [TV-Y]
After Bob Dog helps persuade Lady Elaine Fairchilde to come back to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone joins in the celebration.

Closed Captioned Discipline #1491 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers demonstrates a player piano, showing how important it is to have the holes on the piano roll in exactly the right place. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corney tries to manufacture too many things at once and gets his chairs and his pretzels all mixed up.

Closed Captioned Discipline #1492 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows how dolls are made, explaining that dolls are made, but people are born.

Closed Captioned Discipline #1493 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers goes swimming to get his daily exercise. Lady Elaine Fairchilde changes all the King Friday dolls into Lady Elaine Fairchilde dolls, and King Friday summons his Chief of Discipline to deal with her mischief.

Closed Captioned Discipline #1494 [TV-Y]
Ice skater Peggy Fleming explains that doing something well takes a lot of practice. As punishment for changing all the dolls, Lady Elaine Fairchilde must work in Corney's factory for two days. But she makes the most of it by organizing the factory, and soon everything is running smoothly for the first time.

Closed Captioned Discipline #1495 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a film of a factory where blankets are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl makes a mistake while working at Corney's factory. At first Lady Elaine wants to spank him, but then she realizes that the best kind of discipline makes everyone feel better.

Closed Captioned Pets #1496 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a friend to see how she makes stuffed animals for her children. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, several people are working on making presents for Ana Platypus' birthday.

Closed Captioned Pets #1497 [TV-Y]
Ana Platypus announces that what she really wants for her birthday is a pet she can hug and love, and the neighbors come up with several suggestions for what kind of animal would be best.

Closed Captioned Pets #1498 [TV-Y]
Bob Trow brings his dog, Barney, to stay overnight with Mister Rogers.

Pets #1499 [TV-Y]
While Lady Elaine Fairchilde plans an elaborate birthday party for herself, complete with a whale, apes, and Purple Panda, Ana settles on a kitten as the pet she'd like to have.

Pets #1500 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits the National Zoo in Washington, DC and helps make dinner for the pandas.

Closed Captioned Emergency Room Visit/Opera: Spoon Mountain #1501 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a film about how people make spoons.

Closed Captioned Emergency Room Visit/Opera: Spoon Mountain #1502 [TV-Y]
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the residents use their creativity to build a mountain for King Friday. Mister Rogers visits an emergency room.

Closed Captioned Emergency Room Visit/Opera: Spoon Mountain #1503 [TV-Y]
After talking about how important it is to wear seatbelts, Mister Rogers shows a film of factory workers installing them in new cars.

Closed Captioned Emergency Room Visit/Opera: Spoon Mountain #1504 [TV-Y]
Chef Brockett makes popcorn balls, and King Friday decides to have popcorn served at the opera.

Emergency Room Visit/Opera: Spoon Mountain #1505 [TV-Y]
The Spoon Mountain Opera is performed. In the story, Wicked Knife and Fork holds Purple Twirling Kitty prisoner, and Prince Extraordinary and Betty Green from the Park Service climb Spoon Mountain to rescue her. They also discover the reasons behind the villain's nasty behavior and help him change for the better.

Closed Captioned Friends #1506 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers buys a pair of shoes at his friend Buzz Wagner's shoe store.

Closed Captioned Friends #1507 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely accompanies Mister Rogers to Betty Aberlin's house, where they watch Betty's friend Mary Jo Barron teach a group of children some games and songs.

Friends #1508 [TV-Y]
At a restaurant, Mister Rogers visits the kitchen to see how food is prepared and meets the chef.

Friends #1509 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows how to make a variety of musical sounds using bottles filled with water.

Closed Captioned Friends #1510 [TV-Y]
Using empty milk cartons, an oatmeal box, and other household containers, Mister Rogers builds a miniature village in a sandbox—complete with buildings, bridges, and tunnels.

Closed Captioned Games #1511 [TV-Y]
While Mister Rogers visits a towel factory, the Neighborhood of Make-Believe is getting ready for the Make-Believe Olympics. Before Lady Elaine Fairchilde will agree to participate in the games, she wants to be assured that she will win.

Closed Captioned Games #1512 [TV-Y]
Bob Trow and Mister Rogers make a rocking chair. Lady Elaine uses magic to make some rocking chairs keep rocking, interrupting a game of Stop and Go. Lady Aberlin reassures Daniel that he won't have to play any games he doesn't want to play or doesn't know how to play—no matter what Lady Elaine says!

Closed Captioned Games #1513 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about inventions, and he and Mr. McFeely visit a factory where robots are made. A robot comes to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to measure things for the upcoming Olympics, and the neighbors learn that machines can't feel, think, or care.

Closed Captioned Games #1514 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a bakery and an electronic game arcade, and everyone practices for the Make-Believe Olympics. Still trying to control things so that she will be sure to win, Lady Elaine makes it snow.

Closed Captioned Games #1515 [TV-Y]
The Make-Believe Olympic Games go on—but only after the neighborhood children stop the snowstorm. Folksinger Ella Jenkins visits Mister Rogers and Mr. McFeely, and they play harmonicas together.

Closed Captioned Day Care #1516 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers takes along a special treat from Brockett's Bakery when he visits a home day-care center. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the King and Queen are planning a trip—without Prince Tuesday.

Day Care #1517 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a zipper factory. The King and Queen leave for their trip to the Royal School of Castle Management, leaving Prince Tuesday in the care of Mr. Aber.

Closed Captioned Day Care #1518 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a balloon factory, and Mr. Aber takes Prince Tuesday to see the new balloon room at Lady Elaine Fairchilde's Museum-Go-Round.

Closed Captioned Day Care #1519 [TV-Y]
With his parents still off on their trip, Prince Tuesday has a scary dream about a fish in a big ocean who can't find its mother.

Day Care #1520 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a factory where graham crackers are made. The King and Queen return from their trip, and Prince Tuesday says goodbye to his "night- and day-care giver." King Friday tells his son that he's proud of him for coping so well while the King and Queen were away.

Closed Captioned Conflict #1521 [TV-Y]

Closed Captioned Conflict #1522 [TV-Y]

Closed Captioned Conflict #1523 [TV-Y]

Closed Captioned Conflict #1524 [TV-Y]

Closed Captioned Conflict #1525 [TV-Y]

Closed Captioned Work #1526 [TV-Y]
After showing a cancelled postage stamp, Mister Rogers visits a postal service building to see how stamps are made, from design to completion.

Closed Captioned Work #1527 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a dairy farm to find out how milk gets from cows to grocery stores.

Closed Captioned Work #1528 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers looks for a new washer to fix his kitchen faucet. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe needs a swimming pool, and the neighbors decide to save money by doing the digging themselves.

Closed Captioned Work #1529 [TV-Y]
After making out his shopping list, Mister Rogers visits the grocery store. Work is halted on the swimming pool when the water pipes break, and the neighbors find out that it will cost a lot of money to fix them.

Work #1530 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about his work of making television programs and writing songs, then shows a film of children playing and explains that, in a way, play is a kind of "work" that kids do.

Closed Captioned Opera: A Granddad for Daniel #1531 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a museum where people collect and repair real trolleys. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, a magical trolley that can either roll along tracks or fly brings a message from Grandpere's granddaughter, Collette.

Closed Captioned Opera: A Granddad for Daniel #1532 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers uses straws and small bells to make a wind chime, then shows a film about how straws are made. Daniel Tiger is feeling a little sad because he doesn't have a grandfather.

Closed Captioned Opera: A Granddad for Daniel #1533 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about his grandparents and remembers how they used to answer his questions and help him with things. Then he sings "Did You Know?," a song about how important it is to take the time to wonder about things.

Closed Captioned Opera: A Granddad for Daniel #1534 [TV-Y]
After listing some different names children call their grandparents, Mister Rogers remembers how his own "Nana" taught him how to feed fish. He visits an aquarium to see many different kinds of fish.

Closed Captioned Opera: A Granddad for Daniel #1535 [TV-Y]
The residents of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe stage an opera about finding a grandparent for someone who wants one very much.

Closed Captioned Food #1536 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a factory to see how applesauce is made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl is having trouble being patient while waiting for the Speedy Seeds he has ordered to arrive. Mister Rogers reminds him that good things take time.

Closed Captioned Food #1537 [TV-Y]
After mixing up some granola to share with friends, Mister Rogers visits a factory where tofu is made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, gardens are disappearing!

Closed Captioned Food #1538 [TV-Y]
Chef Brockett shows Mister Rogers how to make a nutritious snack. The "garden guards" discover that the thieves who have been making off with the food from their gardens are their neighbors from Northwood, who have no food, and decide to help.

Closed Captioned Food #1539 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a food-processing company to see vegetable soup being made. Bob Dog fools Daniel Tiger into believing that a vegetable soup can has grown into a vegetable soup tree—but then feels bad about tricking his friend.

Closed Captioned Food #1540 [TV-Y]
John Costa Jr. shows how he makes his own spaghetti. Old Goat arrives in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to thank everyone for the food they shared.

Closed Captioned No and Yes #1541 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits an artist who is painting a portrait for him. With the help of a mirror, an artist gives King Friday an "Exactly Like Me" portrait.

Closed Captioned No and Yes #1542 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about "Yes" and "No" and explains that there are some things we are not allowed to do. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel Tiger practices for his role as ringbearer in an upcoming wedding.

Closed Captioned No and Yes #1543 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely's granddaughter, Chrissie Thompson, talks to Mister Rogers about how it feels when someone says "No." Ana tries to understand why she can't be in the wedding, but is glad that she does get to attend with her parents.

Closed Captioned No and Yes #1544 [TV-Y]
Queen Sara and Lady Aberlin decide to throw rose petals at the wedding instead of wasting rice. At Brockett's Bakery, Jose serves Mister Rogers a cup of arroz con leche (rice with milk).

Closed Captioned No and Yes #1545 [TV-Y]
King Friday presides at the wedding of Betty Okonak Templeton and James Michael Jones, and Daniel Tiger does a fine job as ringbearer.

Music #1546 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows how the studio musicians play the music for his TV show. King Friday wants to have a bass violin festival, but he is the only one who actually plays the bass violin. Lady Elaine tries disguising her accordion as a bass violin so she can be part of the festival.

Music #1547 [TV-Y]
Yo-Yo Ma visits Mister Rogers and plays the cello. King Friday insists that everyone learn to play the bass violin, but several of the neighbors are having trouble with it.

Music #1548 [TV-Y]
Folk singer Ella Jenkins teaches Chuck Aber and Mister Rogers a hand-clapping game. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, all the neighbors try to figure out how to include a bass violin in what they do best so they can be in the festival. Lady Aberlin decides to try dancing with a bass violin rather than playing it.

Closed Captioned Music #1549 [TV-Y]
While listening to a brass quintet rehearse, Mister Rogers learns how to listen carefully to pick out the sound of each instrument.

Music #1550 [TV-Y]
The bass violin festival is a great success. Not everyone can play the instrument, but each person figures out a way to use it.

Closed Captioned Pediatrician's Visit/Families/Adoption #1551 [TV-Y]
While planting an orange seed, Mister Rogers talks about how long it takes a plant to grow. Then he shows a film on how orange juice is made. Lady Aberlin serves orange juice to her friends to show them how much she cares about them.

Closed Captioned Pediatrician's Visit/Families/Adoption #1552 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits an aviary and talks about different kinds of families—of birds, of trees, and of people.

Closed Captioned Pediatrician's Visit/Families/Adoption #1553 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a doctor's office where children are getting check-ups. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Dr. Bill examines Carrie Dell Okonak Templeton Jones, adopted child of Betty and James.

Closed Captioned Pediatrician's Visit/Families/Adoption #1554 [TV-Y]
After showing a film about families in his own neighborhood, Mister Rogers talks about human and animal families and explains that even though all families are different, they have some things in common, too.

Closed Captioned Pediatrician's Visit/Families/Adoption #1555 [TV-Y]
A Cousin Reunion is being held in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and Bob Dog feels left out because he doesn't have a cousin. Ana Platypus suggests that they adopt each other as cousins. Daniel Tiger worries that he'll have to kiss all the cousins at the reunion, but Lady Aberlin reassures him that there are many other ways to say "I love you."

Closed Captioned Making and Creating #1556 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a film of children building a miniature golf course with dirt, marbles, tubes, and other small objects. Lady Elaine Fairchilde makes a cover for the trolley to make it look like a car.

Closed Captioned Making and Creating #1557 [TV-Y]
At Chef Brockett's bakery, Eva Kwong's grandmother makes Chinese dumplings. Mister Rogers talks about learning how to make things from adults. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is making some kind of cover.

Closed Captioned Making and Creating #1558 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely shows a film about his visit to a rocking-horse factory. The covers being made in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe include a set of pyramid covers in graduated sizes.

Closed Captioned Making and Creating #1559 [TV-Y]
Chuck Aber disguises himself as a larger-than-life King Friday and scares Daniel Tiger.

Closed Captioned Making and Creating #1560 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a playground designed and built by adults and kids working together. Daniel Tiger learns that even brave people get frightened sometimes.

Closed Captioned How People Make Trumpets/Plans for Comet Celebrating #1561 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a film of Mr. McFeely's visit to a trumpet factory. King Friday declares that an approaching comet belongs to him and decrees a week of celebration in its honor.

Closed Captioned Opera: A Star for Kitty #1562 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers and Chuck Aber play a game of basketball and talk about the importance of trying hard and playing well—whether you win or not. At a planetarium, Mister Rogers sees pictures of the moon, stars, and a comet.

Opera: A Star for Kitty #1563 [TV-Y]
Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis visits Joe Negri's Music Shop, talks about music, and plays "It's You I Like." In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is still looking for the comet.

Closed Captioned Opera: A Star for Kitty #1564 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers hosts a celebration honoring his television friends and visits a factory to see how candles are made. The comet arrives with a special message, and the residents of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe celebrate Henrietta's birthday.

Opera: A Star for Kitty #1565 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a pair of opera glasses, and the neighbors attend the birthday opera A Star for Kitty.

Closed Captioned Playthings #1566 [TV-Y]
Young gymnast Chainey Umphrey visits Mister Rogers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the neighbors learn of a rare top that does somersaults. But it's locked up in a special room in the Museum-Go-Round, and no one seems to have the key. Mr. McFeely drops by with a set of wooden letters.

Closed Captioned Playthings #1567 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a toy factory to see wagons being designed and made. Folk singer Ella Jenkins comes to visit and shows her collection of spinning tops.

Closed Captioned Playthings #1568 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers watches a film of Mr. McFeely's visit to the control tower at an airport. The neighbors go looking for a mysterious shiny key that flies through the air.

Closed Captioned Playthings #1569 [TV-Y]
Using empty containers and some imagination, Mister Rogers builds an entire toy neighborhood. Prince Tuesday is getting a new bike, and Ana Platypus is jealous because she isn't. Three friends make music on both real and toy instruments at Joe Negri's Music Shop.

Closed Captioned Playthings #1570 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a library that lends toys. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the secret room is finally opened, revealing a surprise—and a lesson about imagination.

Closed Captioned Dance #1571 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers explores things to do when it's raining, from reading to drawing to just watching the dancing raindrops. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corney shows off his new invention: the Dancerockit, a chair you can dance in while you're sitting.

Closed Captioned Dance #1572 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits Sea World to see animals that live in water and watches a film about whales. The Dancerockit is missing, and it turns out that Lady Elaine has taken it to the new dance studio she's opening.

Closed Captioned Dance #1573 [TV-Y]
Dancer Sam Weber teaches a class and shows how he dances when he is happy and when he is sad. Mr. McFeely comes by with a film showing how shoes are made.

Dance #1574 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about how his parents taught him to dance and visits Arthur Mitchell at the Dance Theatre of Harlem. Lady Elaine changes the name of her business from the Always Happy Dance Studio to the Sometimes Happy Dance Studio—and admits that even men can learn to dance.

Closed Captioned Dance #1575 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a weaver to see how cloth is made, and a group of folk dancers performs at the Sometimes Happy Dance Studio.

Closed Captioned Mistakes #1576 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers explains that everyone makes mistakes sometimes. Ventriloquist Susan Linn shows how she uses puppets to help people talk about their feelings. X the Owl makes a mistake and writes a note saying he's sorry to Audrey Duck, who accepts his apology and then writes a poem about how she feels.

Closed Captioned Mistakes #1577 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a film about how books are made. Then he finds a mistake in a book he is reading and explains that some errors are easier to correct than others.

Mistakes #1578 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a film about how people make erasers—which help people correct some of their mistakes. Daniel Tiger wonders whether he has made a mistake, but Lady Aberlin reassures him that he's doing just fine.

Mistakes #1579 [TV-Y]
Concert pianist André Watts plays some of his favorite compositions and explains how learning from his own mistakes helps him become a better musician.

Closed Captioned Mistakes #1580 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers explains that making mistakes is just part of being human. Then he visits Brockett's Bakery, where Chef Brockett is having trouble whipping a batch of cream. When the castle is decorated for a poetry reading, Prince Tuesday learns that even his father makes mistakes.

Closed Captioned Alike and Different #1581 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a videotape of himself in an old car. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the neighbors exchange clothes—and trade places.

Closed Captioned Alike and Different #1582 [TV-Y]
A film about children's television shows from around the world gives examples of the different languages people speak. Lady Aberlin helps Queen Sara with her new mayor clothes, and Mayor Maggie arrives in her new queen clothes.

Closed Captioned Alike and Different #1583 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about the similarities and differences between Rose, who is a real dog, and the puppet Bob Dog. Prince Tuesday is upset about all the changes happening in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe—especially the switch between his mother and the mayor.

Closed Captioned Alike and Different #1584 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a clown mask and talks about clowns. Meanwhile, two clowns have joined the group of people switching roles in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

Closed Captioned Alike and Different #1585 [TV-Y]
Daniel Tiger is afraid of a chicken costume at first, until Lady Aberlin calms him down by helping him talk about his feelings. At the circus, Mister Rogers sees elephants, lions, and a clown getting ready to perform.

Nighttime #1586 [TV-Y]
While showing how his flashlight works, Mister Rogers shines the light under the bed to show that no monsters are hiding there. X the Owl gets mad at Lady Elaine when she comes into his treehouse without knocking, and Daniel is scared after Lady Elaine tells him that stars can fall.

Closed Captioned Nighttime #1587 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a video about his trip to Moscow, where he visited the set of the Russian children's television program Good Night, Little Ones. Daniel Tiger is still worried about the possibility of falling stars.

Closed Captioned Nighttime #1588 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about the darkness at the bottom of the ocean and shows a film about scuba divers. Mr. McFeely brings some firefighter's gear by, and Mister Rogers tries it on. He explains that the scary-looking mask is actually for protection and outlines what firefighters do.

Closed Captioned Nighttime #1589 [TV-Y]
Tatiana Vedeneeva, host of a Russian children's television program, visits and brings a videotape of how people make the nesting matrouska dolls. Mister Rogers makes up a song for her.

Closed Captioned Nighttime #1590 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about people who work at night. A creature from the night sky helps the residents of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe learn that some feelings are shared by everyone.

Closed Captioned Kindness #1591 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers brings a harmonica in and decides to watch a tape about harmonicas. But the tape he has turns out to be about how hoes are made. Mr. McFeely brings the right tape and apologizes, but Mister Rogers reassures him that everyone makes mistakes sometimes. King Friday is being unkind, and the neighbors are starting to resent it.

Closed Captioned Kindness #1592 [TV-Y]
Jazz saxophonist Eric Kloss, who is blind, and Betty Aberlin guide Mister Rogers through the Luray Caverns in Virginia. Deep inside the cave, they play "Won't You Be My Neighbor?"

Closed Captioned Kindness #1593 [TV-Y]
An exercise teacher and her students show some jump-rope techniques. Prince Tuesday is unhappy because King Friday has decided to take him out of school and hire a private tutor. Mr. McFeely finds a lost kitten and calls its owner.

Closed Captioned Kindness #1594 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely brings a film about how people make bicycle safety helmets, and Prince Tuesday's new tutor turns out to be tap dancer Tommy Tune.

Closed Captioned Kindness #1595 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a paper crown that a friend made for him and visits with an accordion player. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tommy Tune wins everyone over with his dancing and his kindness—even King Friday, who's been acting mean all week.

Closed Captioned Secrets #1596 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers and Mr. McFeely visit a house built into a hillside. Then Mr. McFeely delivers a load of sand to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe for the construction of a secret sandbox. Mister Rogers shows a plastic egg with a toy chick inside and says that it's no secret where human babies come from.

Closed Captioned Secrets #1597 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely takes Mister Rogers on a treasure hunt, and the treasure turns out to be a visit from a balloon artist. Lady Elaine mistakes a ring balloon for an engagement ring.

Closed Captioned Secrets #1598 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows how an invisible-ink pen works. Mr. McFeely brings in a marble sculpture and a video of a sculptor at work. Believing that the balloon ring from Chuck Aber is an engagement ring, Lady Elaine starts making secret plans of her own.

Closed Captioned Secrets #1599 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers tries playing the piano with his eyes closed, then visits blind painter Crist Delmonico. Lady Elaine announces the plans for her wedding to Chuck—much to Chuck's surprise. Mister Rogers explains that children do not marry their parents when they grow up.

Closed Captioned Secrets #1600 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers decodes a message written in invisible ink, Lady Elaine realizes that Chuck Aber was not asking her to marry him, and a travel alarm clock carries a secret message about a surprise party.

Closed Captioned Fun and Games #1601 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers and Mr. McFeely try on different kinds of hats. Queen Sara also provides hats for the neighbors to wear for fun, but King Friday says he doesn't feel like it—he prefers to have fun in other ways. Mister Rogers visits folk musicians Andy Holiner and Alice Johnson, who are having a sing-along with a group of children.

Closed Captioned Fun and Games #1602 [TV-Y]
While watching a soccer team practice, Mister Rogers learns some of the rules of the game. Daniel Tiger is feeling left out because he's not on any team.

Closed Captioned Fun and Games #1603 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows some baskets and explains what each one is used for. Then he visits a Special Olympics practice and watches kids doing gymnastics and track. King Friday finally tells why he doesn't like games: When he was a child, he was often left out.

Closed Captioned Fun and Games #1604 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers demonstrates a game based on the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, then gets a basketball lesson from Olympic gold medalist Suzie McConnell. When the neighbors realize that no one has asked X or Hen to be on a team, they invite both to join in.

Closed Captioned Fun and Games #1605 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers and Mr. McFeely visit a bowling alley, and Bob Trow shows them how the pins are set up and helps them practice. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone decides to play hide-and-seek, and Lady Elaine tries to declare herself the winner.

Closed Captioned Musical: Josephine, the Short-Neck Giraffe #1606 [TV-Y]
At the San Diego Wild Animal Park, a guide shows Mister Rogers giraffes, elephants, tigers, and other animals. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is getting ready for a musical miniseries about a giraffe named Josephine who wishes her neck were longer.

Closed Captioned Musical: Josephine, the Short-Neck Giraffe #1607 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a film-processing plant to see how exposed film is turned into photographs.

Closed Captioned Musical: Josephine, the Short-Neck Giraffe #1608 [TV-Y]
In the first part of the musical, Josephine's friend Hazel Elephant suggests that the giraffe might want to attend the School for Growing.

Closed Captioned Musical: Josephine, the Short-Neck Giraffe #1609 [TV-Y]
As the miniseries continues, Josephine and Hazel enroll in the School for Growing and meet a snake who can't hiss, an elephant with stripes, and a very shy boy giraffe named J.R.

Closed Captioned Musical: Josephine, the Short-Neck Giraffe #1610 [TV-Y]
J.R. Giraffe helps Josephine accept her neck the way it is, and Josephine helps J.R. feel more confident. The musical ends with everyone singing "I'm Glad I'm the Way I Am."

Closed Captioned When Parents Go to Work #1611 [TV-Y]
Helena, Joe's assistant at Negri's Music Shop, leaves work to go home and take care of her sick child. Prince Tuesday is angry because his parents always seem to be working and never have any time to spend with him.

Closed Captioned When Parents Go to Work #1612 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely drops by with some peanuts, and he and Mister Rogers eat some and then make peanut butter treats with the rest. After Princess Zelda makes a giant peanut appear and disappear, Prince Tuesday wonders whether she could use her magic to make his parents come back from work.

Closed Captioned When Parents Go to Work #1613 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely brings a video about how peanut butter is made. Queen Sara is busy helping hungry people, but Prince Tuesday still wishes she could spend more time with him.

Closed Captioned When Parents Go to Work #1614 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits Joe Negri's Music Shop and talks with oboist Natasha. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is helping with the new Caring Center at Corney's factory.

Closed Captioned When Parents Go to Work #1615 [TV-Y]
After volunteering himself to help younger children at the Caring Center, Prince Tuesday feels less angry with his working parents.

Closed Captioned Environment #1616 [TV-Y]
Worried that there's too much garbage in the community dump, Mr. McFeely reminds Mister Rogers to think before throwing anything away. Mister Rogers finds a clean paper bag on the sidewalk and uses it to play bagball.

Environment #1617 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely takes Mister Rogers to a recycling center to see what happens to discarded bags, bottles, and cans. The residents of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe learn that the dumps at both Some Place Else and Westwood are full and wonder where they're going to put their trash.

Closed Captioned Environment #1618 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely shows a film about Leo Sewell, a sculptor who uses things other people have thrown away as his raw material. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the neighbors ask the Goats of Northwood for help with their garbage problem.

Environment #1619 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks to a deep-sea diver about what happens to things that are dumped into the ocean. The residents of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe are still looking for a solution to the problem of too much trash.

Environment #1620 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers makes a stage for a puppet performance out of a discarded box, and the Goats of Northwood help the neighbors find a solution to their garbage problem.

Closed Captioned Fathers and Music #1621 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about what bandages are for and remembers how, when he was a boy, seeing someone with a bandage always made him curious about what was under it.

Closed Captioned Fathers and Music #1622 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers brings in a rag doll, makes a bed for it, and pretends that it isn't feeling well. Prince Tuesday and his father pretend that a doll has come to life. Ana Platypus is wearing a bandage on her sore paw, and the neighbors try to cheer her up.

Closed Captioned Fathers and Music #1623 [TV-Y]
While vacuuming the rug, Mister Rogers remembers how he used to wonder whether the vacuum cleaner could suck people up, too. Later, a friend stops by with an interesting animal: a wolf named Shaman.

Closed Captioned Fathers and Music #1624 [TV-Y]
Upset that Prince Tuesday has brought a doll to life through make-believe, Lady Elaine worries that pretend wolves might come alive, too. Then she meets Chuck Aber, who is dressed in a wolf costume. But Lady Aberlin explains to her that no one can turn you into something you don't want to become.

Closed Captioned Fathers and Music #1625 [TV-Y]
King Friday is feeling fatherly about his son, Prince Tuesday—and about his two pet birds, Mimus Polyglottos and Troglodytes Aedon.

Closed Captioned Dentist Visit/Mouths and Feelings #1626 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits Brockett's Bakery and finds Chef Brockett making gingerbread people with happy, sad, or bored faces. Lady Aberlin is bored because she has nothing to do, so King Friday appoints her director of research and assigns her to do research on laughter.

Closed Captioned Dentist Visit/Mouths and Feelings #1627 [TV-Y]
Using empty cardboard tubes, Mister Rogers makes tunnels for a toy car and then a megaphone. Handyman Negri makes cardboard-tube scrolls with the names of all the kings, queens, princes, and princesses. Lady Aberlin is using a laughing machine to conduct her research, and Robert Troll thinks there's a little person hidden inside it.

Closed Captioned Dentist Visit/Mouths and Feelings #1628 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely brings a film showing how toothbrushes are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin turns into a tiger.

Closed Captioned Dentist Visit/Mouths and Feelings #1629 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers goes to the dentist's office to have his teeth checked. People are looking for Lady Aberlin, but they can't find her because she has turned into a tiger.

Closed Captioned Dentist Visit/Mouths and Feelings #1630 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers plays with a toy steam shovel and shows a film of real earth movers. Mr. McFeely brings a film about how toothpaste is made, and Mister Rogers talks about the different things mouths do.

Closed Captioned Growing #1631 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers builds a roadway for his toy car and remembers how, when he was a child, he couldn't wait to get big enough to drive a real car. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday is also feeling impatient to grow up.

Closed Captioned Growing #1632 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers plants a bean seed. Rumors are flying around the Neighborhood of Make-Believe about a mysterious "Big Thing" that's been spotted in Westwood, and King Friday tries to keep everyone calm.

Closed Captioned Growing #1633 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers brings in a cat for a visit and shows a videotape of the animal when it was a kitten. The neighbors are worried about the "Big Thing" heading their way from Westwood.

Closed Captioned Growing #1634 [TV-Y]
Barber Nick Failla gives Mister Rogers a haircut, and the mysterious "Big Thing" begins to sprout something.

Closed Captioned Growing #1635 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a jack-in-the-box and talks about going away and coming back. The "Big Thing" finally bursts open—into a beautiful flower.

Closed Captioned Dress-Up #1636 [TV-Y]
While trying on a raccoon mask, Mister Rogers plays a game of peek-a-boo. A school play is coming up in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Ana wants to be a ballerina, and Daniel wants to be a raccoon. Mister Rogers shows how to make a mask out of a paper bag.

Closed Captioned Dress-Up #1637 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely brings in a set of fancy crowns, and he and Mister Rogers use them to play a variation of basketball. Handyman Negri leaves King Friday's spare crown with Prince Tuesday while he goes to look for the polish—but when he returns, both crown and prince are missing.

Closed Captioned Dress-Up #1638 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers uses a collection of wigs and eyeglasses to show how people can change their outside appearance, and the neighbors band together to search for the missing crown.

Closed Captioned Dress-Up #1639 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers uses a knitted cover to cover up familiar objects in the kitchen, then tells Mr. McFeely its real purpose: It's a sweater costume for the trolley.

Closed Captioned Dress-Up #1640 [TV-Y]
The school play is performed, with Ana as a ballerina and Daniel Tiger as a baby raccoon. Prince Tuesday decides to be a giant king. Maggie Stewart dresses up like Mr. McFeely and brings a film about how zippered sweaters are made.

Closed Captioned Art #1641 [TV-Y]
Robert Troll paints a portrait of King Friday XIII, and the king is so pleased that he wants everyone to create their own copy of it. But Lady Aberlin explains that true art comes from what's inside you, not from copying someone else's painting.

Art #1642 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows paintings by Picasso and talks about creativity. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, people are making many different kinds of portraits of the king. The Spanish Singing Bakers perform at Crockett's Bakery and invite Mister Rogers to sit in on rhythm.

Closed Captioned Art #1643 [TV-Y]
Skywriter Suzanne Asbury-Oliver shows how she uses an airplane to write messages in the sky. Chuck Aber draws a picture of King Friday with his skywriting plane.

Closed Captioned Art #1644 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers makes his own play clay and sculpts different things with it while singing "What Do You Do (with the Mad That You Feel)." Then he visits a real potter and watches him make bowls, pots, and plates. Feeling jealous, Lady Elaine smears play clay all over the portraits of King Friday.

Closed Captioned Art #1645 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows slides of paintings and talks about the artists who created them, then later visits the studio of Eric Hill to see how he makes his illustrated books. Lady Elaine uses her "boomerang-toomerang" to clean up the mess she made.

Closed Captioned Imaginary Friends #1646 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers uses felt-tipped markers to "draw a song," then talks about how he could use his imagination to do the same thing even if he didn't have paper, markers, or music. Mr. McFeely brings a film about how markers are made.

Closed Captioned Imaginary Friends #1647 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows how to use a telescope, and Bob Trow stops by with an imaginary pet dog.

Closed Captioned Imaginary Friends #1648 [TV-Y]
At a dance studio, Mister Rogers watches dancers use umbrellas and pretend to dance in the rain. Corney builds an "umbrellarockit" where people can sit and imagine anything they want, and Henrietta Pussycat uses X the Owl's I.V. (Imaginary Viewer) to pretend that she can see what Chuck Aber is imagining.

Closed Captioned Imaginary Friends #1649 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers brings a small chair and reads a story to a friend he pretends is sitting there. Prince Tuesday's doll, Tome, turns into a real boy.

Closed Captioned Imaginary Friends #1650 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about the differences between real people and dolls or toys and sings "Everything Grows Together" while Maggie Stewart signs the words for deaf viewers. Folk singer Ella Jenkins visits Brockett's Bakery.

Closed Captioned Learning #1651 [TV-Y]
While trying to learn the new computer-based delivery system, Mr. McFeely delivers a collection of whistles to Mister Rogers by mistake. Robert Troll is taking the Make-Believe world census and wants to find out how many residents know how to whistle.

Learning #1652 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers uses a broken tube from the vacuum cleaner to pretend he's an elephant with a long trunk. Then folk singer Ella Jenkins visits and teaches him a new song. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin is doing research on what makes the wind blow.

Trying & Learning/How People Make Construction Paper #1653 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a chain made from strips of construction paper and explains that you can even do the project without scissors, by tearing the paper into strips rather than cutting it. Mr. McFeely delivers a video that shows how colored construction paper is made.

Closed Captioned Learning #1654 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers explains what a field trip is. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the children in Ms. Cow's class plan a trip to a real field.

Closed Captioned We Learn Best from Caring People/Batteries & Flashlights #1655 [TV-Y]
With a pile of assorted batteries on one side and a collection of objects needing batteries on the other, Mister Rogers figures out which batteries fit in which things. Then he turns off the lights and uses a flashlight to explore the darkened room.

Closed Captioned Up and Down #1656 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers and Mr. McFeely ride an elevator and an escalator. Handyman Negri helps Corney load a chair onto a pulley, and Lady Elaine receives a delivery for the Museum-Go-Round: a hydraulic platform that goes up and down.

Up and Down #1657 [TV-Y]
At Negri's Music Shop, Bob Speca sets up dominoes and then knocks them down in interesting patterns. Robert Troll accidentally stumbles into Lady Elaine's new elevator. When it lifts him up, he thinks he's flying.

Closed Captioned Up and Down #1658 [TV-Y]
King Friday asks Mayor Maggie and Neighbor Aber to find someone to give dancing lessons to his two wooden birds, Mimus Polyglottos and Troglodytes Aedon. Mister Rogers shows how to make a cutout of a bird with a straw for a handle.

Closed Captioned Up and Down #1659 [TV-Y]
Clarinet player Richard Stoltzman visits, and Mister Rogers plays some "up" and "down" music on the piano. King Friday's wooden birds are missing, and no one seems to know where they've gone.

Closed Captioned Up and Down #1660 [TV-Y]
Bruce Franco shows how he makes balloon animals. King Friday's birds are found, and Lady Elaine's elevator stops going up and down by itself. Mr. McFeely talks about a hot-air balloon ride he took with Maggie Stewart.

Closed Captioned Love #1661 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows his stuffed bear and talks about people and things we love. Mr. McFeely delivers a video showing how teddy bears are made, and Lady Aberlin dresses up in a bear costume.

Closed Captioned Love #1662 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers sees many different kinds of birds on a visit to an aviary. King Friday is upset because he doesn't think his pet birds are working hard enough. Lady Elaine works on exhibits for her Museum of Love.

Closed Captioned Love #1663 [TV-Y]
When Officer Clemmons stops by, he finds Mister Rogers soaking his tired feet and decides to join him. King Friday thinks his subjects are playing too much when they should be working, and Lady Elaine plans a soap opera called As the Museum Turns.

Closed Captioned Love #1664 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers explains why people shave and talks about reflections in mirrors. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, planning for the soap opera continues.

Closed Captioned Love #1665 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers blows soap bubbles, and Lady Elaine decides that she needs a bubble-making machine for her soap opera.

Closed Captioned Then and Now #1666 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers experiments with food coloring and water and talks about learning science in school. Robert Troll replaces the neighborhood trolley with a miniature version.

Closed Captioned Then and Now #1667 [TV-Y]
A shadow artist demonstrates his art, and Mr. McFeely brings a video that shows how light bulbs are made. Robert Troll and Lady Aberlin set about delivering lost shadows to their rightful owners.

Closed Captioned Then and Now #1668 [TV-Y]
A pantomime artist mimes some of the characters from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. The Trolley has some new tricks, including showing pictures from the past and pictures of how things look upside-down.

Closed Captioned Then and Now #1669 [TV-Y]
After Mr. McFeely finds a dead bird, Mister Rogers talks about the death of his pet cat Sybil. King Friday plays with his wooden birds on sticks and talks about his real bird, Cherry, who died.

Closed Captioned Then and Now #1670 [TV-Y]
Violinist Itzhak Perlman visits to talk about his music and about his crutches, which he must use because he had polio as a child. After the Trolley shows some pictures of King Friday and others as children, the neighbors of Make-Believe plan a Long Ago Party. Mister Rogers talks about historical sights he saw on a visit to Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia.

Closed Captioned Things To Wear #1671 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers sings "My Hat It Has Three Corners" while wearing a hat to match, and then he and Mr. McFeely take a bus ride through the neighborhood. Mayor Maggie brings three-cornered hats for King Friday and Queen Sara, and the king makes a rule that everyone has to wear one. But Lady Elaine chooses to wear something different.

Closed Captioned "Will Not" Feelings how People Make Blue Jeans/Costumes #1672 [TV-Y]
Nearly everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe is wearing a three-cornered hat—except Lady Elaine, who declares that she simply will not and spends time in the WN (Will Not) Room to prove it.

Closed Captioned Things To Wear #1673 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers matches up pairs of shoes and talks about who might wear each kind, then visits an organist who wears special shoes for pushing the organ pedals. Lady Elaine is now squirting anyone wearing a three-cornered hat, and the neighbors hope someone can find a solution.

Closed Captioned Casts and Crutches/Musical Delights/Grocery Bag Factory #1674 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows crutches, a cast, and a picture of himself wearing the cast, and Chef Brockett demonstrates how he uses his crutches. Then three musicians—pianist Alan Morrison, flutist Demarre McGill, and clarinetist Anthony McGill—stop by for a visit. Lady Elaine finally agrees to wear a three-cornered scarf instead of a three-cornered hat.

Closed Captioned Things To Wear #1675 [TV-Y]
After showing a small sewing machine, Mister Rogers shows a video about clothes people wore in Colonial days. Lady Elaine and King Friday finally resolve their conflict and talk about how it made each of them feel.

Closed Captioned Going Away/Coming Back #1676 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows what a map looks like and talks about some of the ways people travel, and mime Dan Kamin drops by for a visit.

Closed Captioned Going Away/Coming Back #1677 [TV-Y]
Paramedics show Mister Rogers the inside of an ambulance and talk about how some of the different equipment is used to help sick people.

Closed Captioned Going Away/Coming Back #1678 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers plays basketball, then visits a gymnasium with exercise teacher Marilyn Barnett to watch some wheelchair basketball players. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, several people go looking for a secret tunnel they've heard rumors about.

Closed Captioned Going Away/Coming Back #1679 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers uses a cardboard tube to make a tunnel for a toy car, and Mr. McFeely shows a video of his visit to a car wash. Several more clues to the location of the secret tunnel turn up in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

Closed Captioned Going Away/Coming Back #1680 [TV-Y]
The secret tunnel is found, and Mister Rogers shows a video of how tortilla chips are made from blue corn.

Closed Captioned Fast and Slow #1681 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers makes a game out of dropping a small ball into tubes. While trying to get the trolley to run at a more consistent speed, Mayor Maggie sings fast and slow variations of "Peace and Quiet."

Closed Captioned Fast and Slow #1682 [TV-Y]
Preparing to go roller skating, Mister Rogers shows the safety equipment he will use. Mr. McFeely brings a video that shows how skates are made.

Closed Captioned Fast and Slow #1683 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers looks at the Speedy Delivery Alphabet Book. Daniel wishes he could say his ABCs faster, but Betty Aberlin shows him that he already knows how to spell some very important words.

Closed Captioned Fast and Slow #1684 [TV-Y]
Gymnast Chainey Umphrey visits, and the neighbors build a scaffolding to try to trap the speeding trolley and slow it down.

Closed Captioned Fast and Slow #1685 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers plays with a toy crane in the sandbox. King Friday orders the runaway trolley stopped, and the neighbors catch it with a crane. Then they finally find the switch to slow it down.

Closed Captioned Everybody's Special #1686 [TV-Y]
Looking at himself in a mirror, Mister Rogers talks about the fact that no two people are exactly alike. Chef Brockett bakes a birthday cake with raisins and nuts.

Closed Captioned Everybody's Special #1687 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows pictures of twins and explains that even though they look alike and have the same birthday, each one is a unique, special person.

Closed Captioned Everybody's Special #1688 [TV-Y]
Joe Negri plays music on his guitar while Mister Rogers shows pictures of children dressed in animal costumes. Then Mister Rogers has fun with a cardboard guitar.

Closed Captioned Everybody's Special #1689 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers makes a puppet and shows how he does the voices for King Friday, Queen Sara, and Corney. The puppeteer for Prince Tuesday pays a visit.

Closed Captioned Everybody's Special #1690 [TV-Y]
Corney is sad because he thinks everyone has forgotten his birthday—but it turns out they've really been planning a big surprise party for him!

Closed Captioned Artist Red Grooms/Lady Elaine Is Angry About Her Painting #1691 [TV-Y]
Artist Red Grooms shows some of his sculptures and a picture he is painting of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and Mister Rogers remembers playing the piano as a child. Lady Elaine is frustrated because she is learning to draw and isn't doing as well as she wants to.

Closed Captioned Mad Feelings #1692 [TV-Y]
Maggie Stewart tells Mister Rogers how swimming helps her calm down when she is feeling angry, and they watch a video of her swimming. Lady Elaine takes out her frustration over her drawing lessons by turning the Eiffel Tower upside-down.

Closed Captioned Ways to Use Hands Besides Hitting/Facial Tissue Factory #1693 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers talks about things you can do with your hands that don't hurt anyone else. Lady Elaine is taking her anger out on other people and making them upset, too.

Closed Captioned Mad Feelings #1694 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows some things that it's OK to pound on, including homemade play clay. Mr. McFeely brings a book of musical instruments and shows a video of Phil Solomon making a drum called a steel pan.

Words: Clap & Stomp/Rhythmic Performers from STOMP! #1695 [TV-Y]
Members of the percussion group Stomp! show how they create rhythms with their hands and feet as well as everyday objects like brooms, pipes, and pails. Using a sign that says "Clap" on one side and "Stomp" on the other, Mister Rogers practices making up rhythms.

Closed Captioned Transformation #1696 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers experiments with mixing colors. Mayor Maggie has a package for Purple Panda, but when she tosses it into the air, it changes color and flies away.

Closed Captioned Transformation #1697 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a teenage juggler. Everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe is wondering what's inside Purple Panda's package, but it has "Do Not Open" printed on it.

Closed Captioned Transformation #1698 [TV-Y]
After trying on sunglasses and a wig, Mister Rogers explains that he's still the same person even when he looks different.

Closed Captioned Transformation #1699 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers examines the bathroom drains and sings "You Can Never Go Down the Drain." Mr. McFeely delivers a video that shows how children's wagons are made.

Closed Captioned Transformation #1700 [TV-Y]
Purple Panda's mysterious package hatches itself, revealing a purple light that flashes the signal for "I love you." Mr. McFeely and Mister Rogers watch a video of ducklings hatching from eggs.

Helping #1701 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers brings in a vacuum cleaner and shows how it works. But when Neighbor Aber uses his, Lady Elaine complains about the noise.

Closed Captioned Helping #1702 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a video about how vacuum cleaners are made. Jabali Afrika, a musical group from Kenya, rehearses at Negri's Music Shop.

Closed Captioned Helping #1703 [TV-Y]
After visiting the kitchen at B. Smith's restaurant, Mister Rogers helps a young friend make a treat that requires no cooking.

Closed Captioned Helping #1704 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers draws with colored chalk and learns how chalk is made, Purple Panda tries to figure out what it is about Aber's vacuum cleaner that's really bothering Lady Elaine, and Mr. Wang demonstrates some Chinese calligraphy.

Closed Captioned Helping #1705 [TV-Y]
Lady Elaine's fears are put to rest when she learns that vacuum cleaners suck in only dirt—not people!

Closed Captioned Brave and Strong #1706 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows some snow globes and a video about how cereal is made. But in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, it's actually snowing cereal.

Closed Captioned Brave and Strong #1707 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers tries some craft projects with sticks and yarns. Daniel Tiger is afraid of the cereal falling from the sky.

Closed Captioned Brave and Strong #1708 [TV-Y]
After showing a small baby blanket, Mister Rogers talks about how his sister's "Beankie" made her feel more secure. Mr. and Mrs. McFeely have baby lambs in their yard.

Brave and Strong #1709 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers goes to the doctor for an immunization shot, and Daniel Tiger's friends help him feel brave enough to take on the cereal "snow."

Closed Captioned Brave and Strong #1710 [TV-Y]
The neighbors try to figure out what to do with all the boxes of cereal they've collected during the days it's been falling from the sky. Mister Rogers shows a video about how yogurt is made.

Closed Captioned Sharing #1711 [TV-Y]
King Friday's crown is missing, and some of the neighbors help him look for it.

Closed Captioned "Found Objects" Sculptor/Feelingsabout Sharing Love #1712 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits artist Leonard Streckfus, who makes sculptures by assembling found objects.

Closed Captioned Apple Juice Factory/Rhythm Stick Artist/Sharing Ideas #1713 [TV-Y]
Lady Elaine seems to be under the impression that "sharing" means that she can take things from other people whenever she wants them.

Closed Captioned Sharing #1714 [TV-Y]
Lady Elaine learns that she should ask permission before taking something that belongs to someone else. Mr. McFeely stops by with fig bars and a video about how they are made.

Closed Captioned Bill Nye The Science Guy/Trucks at Work/Sharing & Anger #1715 [TV-Y]
Bill Nye the Science Guy drops by for a visit.

Jugglers - Flying Karamazov Brothers/Macaroni Factory #1716 [TV-Y]
World-famous jugglers the Flying Karamazov Brothers visit Mister Rogers. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X the Owl wants to teach everyone to fly.

Closed Captioned Being Yourself #1717 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows pictures of birds and art made with feathers, and X the Owl works on teaching Prince Tuesday to fly.

Closed Captioned Being Yourself #1718 [TV-Y]
Prince Tuesday gets hurt during a flying lesson and has to go to the hospital.

Closed Captioned Bean Bag Doll Maker/Being Safe/How People Make Sleeping Bags #1719 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a video about how sleeping bags are made and talks about playing safely.

Closed Captioned Hula Hoops/Whateverwe Can Or Can't Do - We're Still Lovable #1720 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers demonstrates how to use a hula hoop and talks about the importance of being patient while learning something new. Having decided that flying lessons are too dangerous, the neighbors are trying to learn some safer new things.

Eric Carle-Author-Illustrator/Fortune Cookie Factory #1721 [TV-Y]
Mr. McFeely brings a video about how fortune cookies are made and gets some of the cookies in return. Mister Rogers visits author-illustrator Eric Carle, who shows him how he creates artwork for children's books.

Closed Captioned Gifts & Hurt Feelings/A Spanish-Speaking friend: Bagel Factory #1722 [TV-Y]
Wearing a batik vest instead of his usual sweater, Mister Rogers visits a workshop where artist Saihou Njie shows the process of creating the colorful batik designs on fabric. Mr. McFeely delivers a video about how bagels are made.

Closed Captioned Giving and Receiving #1723 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows a small potty chair and a video about how toilets are made and sings "You Can Never Go Down the Drain."

Closed Captioned How People Makecarousel Horses: Mystery In Make-Believe #1724 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers uses paper plates to make a ring-toss game and a merry-go-round. Mr. McFeely brings a video about how carousel horses are built.

Closed Captioned Levar Burton from Reading Rainbow/Appreciating Gifts #1725 [TV-Y]
Reading Rainbow host LeVar Burton visits and shares some favorite books. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday is learning to become a gracious giver.

Closed Captioned You and I Together #1726 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits some people who install wheelchair lifts in vans and buses. But in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday worries that touching a wheelchair could make you need one.

Closed Captioned You and I Together #1727 [TV-Y]
A gorilla comes to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe but has trouble fitting in because everyone is afraid of him. Lady Elaine thinks he's a monster because the only gorillas she's seen are scary ones in movies. Mister Rogers shows a video about how balls are made.

Closed Captioned You and I Together #1728 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits an eye doctor and shows a video about how glasses are made. Lady Aberlin is getting to know Kevin Wendell Gorilla, but some of the other neighbors are still afraid of him.

Closed Captioned You and I Together #1729 [TV-Y]
While playing with an assortment of objects, Mister Rogers talks about the importance of differences. Kevin Wendell Gorilla makes some more new friends in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

Closed Captioned You and I Together #1730 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers makes a rainbow, and Lady Elaine discovers Kevin Wendell Gorilla's secret: He's really Chuck Aber, who dressed up in a gorilla suit to find out whether people would treat him the same no matter what he looked like on the outside.

Closed Captioned Little and Big #1731 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers plays a small piano but has trouble making his yo-yo work right. Guest Marilyn Barnett shows exercises using big and little movements.

Closed Captioned Little and Big #1732 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shows large and small models of helicopters, and Mr. McFeely takes a ride in a real one. Prince Tuesday can do tricks with a yo-yo, but King Friday can't—so the king bans yo-yos altogether.

Closed Captioned Little and Big #1733 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers tries on big and little hats and talks about dress-up play. Maggie Stewart brings a video about how grape jelly is made, and she and Mister Rogers share a snack featuring the finished product.

Closed Captioned Little and Big #1734 [TV-Y]
An expandable sphere can be made either little or big.

Closed Captioned Little and Big #1735 [TV-Y]
Architect Maya Lin shows Mister Rogers around her studio and explains how she uses models to plan her work.

Closed Captioned Noisy and Quiet #1736 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers listens to a handbell choir and shows a film about how bells are made.

Closed Captioned Noisy and Quiet #1737 [TV-Y]
Gymnasts show how they add ribbons to their routines, and a video visit to a ribbon factory shows how they are made. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is having a problem with noise.

Closed Captioned Noisy and Quiet #1738 [TV-Y]
A drum lesson demonstrates loud and soft noises, and Mister Rogers reads a book that has sound effects built in.

Closed Captioned Noisy and Quiet #1739 [TV-Y]
Marine biologist Sylvia Earle talks about the noises fish make.

Closed Captioned Noisy and Quiet #1740 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers tries out some sound effects, costumes help make a parade colorful, and then it's time for some quiet.

Closed Captioned Go Stop Go #1741 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers shares a video of different kinds of fountains and shows how he turns the water on and off in his bathroom. Lady Elaine is having trouble controlling her urge to squirt her Museum-Go-Round hose, so her friends help her figure out when it's OK to squirt—and when it's not.

Closed Captioned Go Stop Go #1742 [TV-Y]
Neighbor Aber comes by on rollerblades and shows the protective gear that keeps him safe. Mister Rogers explains how staying on the sidewalk helps keep children safe and shows a video on how people make sidewalks.

Closed Captioned Go Stop Go #1743 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers meets Marc Brown, writer of the Arthur books, and Michael Yarmush, the teenager who creates the voice of Arthur for the TV series. Lady Elaine squirts her hose to get Arthur's attention, and Mr. McFeely brings a video showing how traffic signals are made.

Closed Captioned Go Stop Go #1744 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits a fire station and learns about fire safety. Lady Elaine finally puts her hose to good use by putting out a fire at the Platypus Mound.

Closed Captioned Go Stop Go #1745 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers plays a musical game that teaches control, then visits a gym class during a fire drill to help the children practice leaving the building safely. Caring neighbors bring supplies to help the Platypus family after their fire, and Mr. McFeely brings a video showing how people make combs.

Closed Captioned When Things Get Broken #1746 [TV-Y]
A computer mouse is repaired. Rumor has it that there's a HulaMouse in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, but the neighbors don't know what it would look like.

Closed Captioned When Things Get Broken #1747 [TV-Y]
Children at the library make model houses and buildings from boxes. King Friday goes looking for a Spanish-speaking, hula-twirling mouse.

Closed Captioned When Things Get Broken #1748 [TV-Y]
Sculptor George Rhoads shows his whimsical ball machines, and King Friday gets angry and breaks something.

Closed Captioned When Things Get Broken #1749 [TV-Y]
Joe Negri fixes a broken ukulele, but the hurt feelings in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe can't be mended quite so easily.

Closed Captioned When Things Get Broken #1750 [TV-Y]
After rolling marbles down a slide and seeing a video about how people make marbles, Mister Rogers visits the Dance Alloy to watch children use their bodies to tell a story.

Closed Captioned Edible Schoolyard & Gardening/Curiosity Canceled in Make-Believe #1751 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers visits the Edible Schoolyard in California to see children growing and preparing their own food.

Closed Captioned Musicians with Homemade Instruments/Ice Cream Cone Factory #1752 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers meets some people who make musical instruments out of boxes, rubber bands, and cans, then shows a video about ice cream cones.

Closed Captioned Mister Rogers Goes Up in a Bucket Lift/How People Make Ice Cream #1753 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers goes up in a bucket lift.

Closed Captioned Tony's Costume Store/Wondering Can Lead to Inventions #1754 [TV-Y]
Unhappy about a little joke played on him by his curious neighbors, King Friday commands that all curiosity be canceled.

Closed Captioned Violinist Hilary Hahn/Some Things Children Can't Yet Understand #1755 [TV-Y]
Violinist Hillary Hahn talks about the rewards that come from working at the things that interest us.

Ready To Read? #1756 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers meets a baby elephant. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday wants to know what's in a mysterious backpack.

Closed Captioned Ready To Read? #1757 [TV-Y]
Classical guitarist Manuel Barrueco shares some music, and Mister Rogers tries out a magnifying glass.

Closed Captioned Ready To Read? #1758 [TV-Y]
Ballet dancer Ying Li talks about the art of dance. A video shows how people make paper by hand.

Closed Captioned Ready To Read? #1759 [TV-Y]
Mister Rogers explores American Sign Language and how pictures can help children learn to read.

Closed Captioned Ready To Read? #1760 [TV-Y]
Baseball caps and a video of how people make them.

Closed Captioned Trees and Seeds/Prince Upset About His Drawing #1761 [TV-Y]
While tree-sitting for Mr. McFeely, Mister Rogers explains that a big tree comes from a single tiny seed. Then he shows a video on how adult tricycles are put together.

Closed Captioned Art with Sand/Arts Festival In Make-Believe #1762 [TV-Y]
Sand can be the start of amazing artistry for young and old alike—on the beach, in a sandbox, or on a piece of paper.

Closed Captioned Native American Potter/Lady Elaine to Judge Arts Festival #1763 [TV-Y]
Navajo artist Dolly Naranjo shows Mister Rogers how to make a clay pot.

Closed Captioned Glass Armonica/Quilts/Everyone's Art Is Unique #1764 [TV-Y]
At Negri's Music Shop, Dean Shostack plays a Ben Franklin invention called a glass harmonica, but Mister Rogers can't get a sound out of it.

Closed Captioned How We Feel About Ourselves Affects How We Treat Others #1765 [TV-Y]
At the arts festival in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine gives everyone first prize because she feels so good about herself.

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