Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 26 Episode 20

Brave & Strong (5)

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Aired Unknown Aug 30, 1996 on PBS

Episode Recap

Rogers enters with two whistles, which look the same but play different notes. He explains that Eric Kloss and friends are practicing at Negri's Music Shop. There he finds Eric Kloss practicing scales. Both of them play a few sample notes. Then the others—Joe Negri, Carl McVicker, Bob Rawsthorne, and (for the last time) John Costa—play a jazz rendition of You Are Special. Back at the television house, Rogers says Eric Kloss has been an inspiration to him. In the NOM, King Friday XIII implores Handyman Negri and Mayor Maggie to find a place to take all the cereal that had fallen over several days. Daniel and Prince Tuesday have been selling and giving cereal away. Already several neighbors have received boxes. Now Daniel wants to give a box of cereal to anyone who is hungry. That gives Prince Tuesday an idea. Chuck Aber arrives with a fork lift, which he uses to transport two large crates of cereal. It's a perfect compliment for Prince Tuesday's idea. He and the others will donate the cereal to Queen Sara's Food for the World campaign. Back at the television house, Mr. McFeely brings a sample of yogurt (the fruit is on the bottom) and a videotape on how people in a factory make yogurt. Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, You Are Special (instrumental), Be Brave And Then Be Strong (instrumental), Then Your Heart Is Full Of Love, Good Feeling.
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