Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Things to Wear (1)

Season 24, Ep 1, Aired 2/21/94
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  • Episode Description
  • Rogers and McFeely go on a bus ride through the neighborhood, observing various hats certain people wear. None have the kind of hat Rogers brought to show viewers: a three-cornered hat from the 18th Century. Upon gaining interest in these kind of hats, King Friday XIII orders everyone (and everything) to wear three-cornered hats.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Stephen Lee

    Cousin Steven Owl, another cousin of X the Owl (1994-1995)

  • Bill Barker

    Puppet characters Dr. Bill Platypus and Elsie Jean Platypus (1969-2001)

  • Lenny Meledandri

    Puppet character Prince Tuesday (1987-2001)

  • Carole Switala

    Puppet characters Ana Platypus (1979-1997) and Prince Tuesday (1986)

  • Mary Rawson

    Cousin Mary Owl, X the Owl's Cousin

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (3)

    • Mr. Rogers: It's not the things you wear that makes you you, it's the person you are inside that counts. That's the part of you that I care about the most. When people know that they are loved for who they really are, it gives them a very good feeling.

    • Mr. Rogers: You know, whether you have a three-cornered hat, or a round hat, or a square hat, or no hat at all, it's you yourself that I like.

    • Mr. Rogers: (while making a paper hat) Each person who can make such a thing would make something different.

    Notes (3)

    • We learn in this episode that Lady Elaine Fairchilde's middle initial is C.

    • What's happened to the model for Negri's Music Shop? It's been replaced by a wooden building from Colonial Williamsburg (seen four days later). About four years later, the Colonial Williamsburg model would itself be displaced with a taller building. …If Mister Rogers could only have seen a year and a half in the future, the model for Brockett's Bakery would have been removed, not Negri's.

    • This was the first Mister Rogers' Neighborhood to be produced with WGBH/Boston's Descriptive Video Service. Also, WGBH/Boston takes over closed-captioning of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood after six years with the National Captioning Institute.

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