Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 14 Episode 5

Conflict (5)

Aired Unknown Nov 11, 1983 on PBS



  • Trivia

    • In a gesture highly unusual for public television, Rogers concludes this episode with the text of Isaiah 2:4 appearing before the credits roll. It reads: "And they shall beat their swords into plowshares, And their spears into pruning forks; Nation shall not lift up sword against nation, Neither shall they learn war any more."

  • Quotes

    • Mr. Rogers: I hope you will talk with the grown-ups you love about how they feel about things like war and peace--being angry and loving. That way, you will be able to find out what the history of your family is, and all the many ways they've celebrated peace in their lives.

    • Mr. Rogers: You see, people can imagine bad things--hurtful things--angry, war-like things. But people can also imagine good things--helpful things--happy, peaceful things. And what we imagine depends so much on how we're feeling. If we're feeling angry, we might imagine that somebody is angry with us. If we're feeling happy, we might imagine that somebody is proud of us. But of course, the only way to be sure how somebody else is feeling is to find out from them, because they're the only ones who really know.

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