Fred Rogers hosts this children's television program that teaches children the important issues of life, such as being friendly, sharing, etc. Also features an imaginary world with puppets living in a medieval-type kingdom.
Rogers is doing a puzzle, but Mr. McFeely barges in and takes it before it is finished. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine surprises Handyman Negri, who drops his souvenir from the jamboree.
Rogers shows all the puppets he uses in the NOM segments. He and Bob Trow (the man behind Harriet Elizabeth Cow) demonstrate the washer-dryer-sorter-dumper. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine overcomes her disappointment of the day before by starting a television station, called MGR-TV.
Chuck Aber and Prince Tuesday observe the balloon room in the Museum-Go-Round. Handyman Negri assures Prince Tuesday that King Friday and Queen Sara are coming back.
Oops! Mister Rogers forgot about a meeting and finds a way to deal with it. There's a video of how people make erasers, and in Make-Believe Daniel worries he's a mistake. Lady Aberlin assures him he's fine just as he is.Watch Now:Amazon
Mr. McFeeley brings a dead bird to the television house and asks Mister Rogers for a box in which to bury it. This prompts a Neighborhood of Make-Believe discussion of death as Lady Aberlin helps Henrietta Pussycat and Daniel Striped Tiger.
Mister Rogers arrives with a box of fortune cookies. Opening up one of the cookies, he reads his fortune: "You will have a visitor." Mr. McFeely stops by with a videotape about how people make fortune cookies. After watching the video, Mister Rogers gives two fortune cookies to Mr. McFeely and explains that seeing the Mr. McFeely's excitement was like receiving a gift himself. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday is looking for "great things" and is unimpressed when Mr. McFeely tries to give him a box of fortune cookies. With his feelings hurt, Mr. McFeely shares his disappointment with a reassuring Mayor Maggie. As Neighbor Aber passes through, Mayor Maggie offers him a fortune cookie. Opening the cookie, they are surprised to release a Spanish-speaking Fortune Cookie Man who is eager to distribute cookies throughout the Neighborhood. At the clock, the Fortune Cookie Man introduces himself to Daniel Striped Tiger who is surprised to meet a "live speaking fortune cookie." Back at the house, Mister Rogers visits the studio of author Eric Carle. Mr. Carle shows how he paints the images used in his children's books. Together they read one of Mr. Carle's books -- Head to Toe -- which is given to Mister Rogers as he leaves.
Rogers recounts his snorkeling adventure with Sylvia Earle (extracted from the show of April 19, 1990). Later in the program, Sylvia Earle visits the television house, where screen a videotape on the sounds of fish. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is upset at the constant bell-ringing and drumming at Henrietta and X's tree. No one can convince him to stop, especially since fewer and fewer neighbors remain uncostumed.
Given assistance from Mayor Maggie, H.J. Elephant reads his first words on Lady Elaine's new show, The Reading Game. Mr. McFeely shows Rogers a video on how people make ball caps.
Joey Hollingsworth returns with news that King Friday and Queen Sara will return the following Friday. He gives to Corny the orders for chairs that must be filled by that time.
Guy Disalvo visits Rogers' television house to talk of his sugar-cube structure. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine wants to know who Lady Aberlin likes better: Harriet Elizabeth Cow or Lady Elaine.Watch Now:Amazon
Rogers meets a woman who makes toys from wood. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday is dismayed that Harriet Elizabeth Cow has refused to give him her plant. This prompts an argument between King Friday and Queen Sara.Watch Now:Amazon
Mrs. McFeely stops by with a parrot before Robert Trow brings his dog, Barney, to Mister Rogers for the night. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel is starting to lament over the shabby fire truck he is trying to build for Ana's birthday. King Friday XIII gets disturbed over a talking parrot.Watch Now:Amazon
Rogers visits the Washington National Zoo, where Barbara Bingham invites him to help feed the pandas. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds a big parade for Ana's birthday, but that doesn't prevent Ana from a quiet birthday party with her friends. In the last minute Rogers, for the first time, does sign language for ""I Love You.""Watch Now:Amazon
The Neighborhood of Make-Believe appears at a standstill. Lady Aberlin has the magic key that she hopes will open the door to a closed room in the Museum-Go-Round. What she and a couple of neighbors don't count on is that Lady Elaine is absent. All of them must wait for her return before they can try to work the key. Afterward, Rogers finds Bobby Rawsthorne demonstrating odd musical instruments at Negri's Music Shop.
Rogers sees Sam Weber demonstrating his tap-dancing skills. Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make shoes. (Not sneakersâ€”that's for a later show.) Sam Weber visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to disprove Lady Elaine's belief that men don't dance.Watch Now:Amazon
Rogers listens to folk singers Andy Holiner and Alice Johnson. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, several residents decide to wear hats for fun. Then along comes Randy S. Caribou, who can wear all the hats at once.
Rogers shows a flip book and presents Picasso art. Later in the program, he sees a Spanish rhythm quartet at Brockett's Bakery. In between, Lady Aberlin, X the Owl, and Henrietta Pussycat make King Friday art, but Lady Elaine refuses.
Rogers wants to take his time playing a game with a ball and a few tubes. The same cannot be said for the Neighborhood Trolley, which whizzes through the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.Watch Now:Amazon
Rogers rollerblades with Stephen Lee at a skating rink. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Stephen Owl appears in his full safety gear to help the neighbors' cause.
Mister Rogers creates a simple merry-go-round from paper plates and a cardboard tube. Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make carousel horses.
At an airport, Rogers sees Mr. McFeely about to take deliveries on a helicopter. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Miss Paulifficate are unwilling enforcers of King Friday's bar on yo-yos. This does not prevent Lady Elaine from flying a helicopter she has called ""Yo-Yo."" She flies up, but does not come down.Watch Now:Amazon
Rogers takes an extended trip to a fire station. The lessons learned there, extend to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as several neighbors become volunteer fire fighters.