Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 16 Episode 1

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Aired Unknown Nov 25, 1985 on PBS
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Most of this show is devoted to oranges. Mister Rogers plants an orange seed and, with Mr. McFeely, shows a sequence on how orange juice is made. Rogers then drops by Brockett's Bakery, which has a sales display of several soy foods. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees more of the same, as Lady Aberlin distributes orange juice to the neighbors. But the tempo of the week changes when she and X the Owl learn that Cousin Mary Owl will arrive the next day.moreless

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Keith David

Keith David

Carpenter in Southwood (1983-1985)

David Newell

David Newell

Mr. McFeely (a deliveryman; aka "Speedy Delivery")

Marilyn Barnett

Marilyn Barnett

Physical Education Teacher

Maggie Stewart

Maggie Stewart

Mayor Maggie, the Mayor of Westwood

Betsy Nadas

Betsy Nadas

Mrs. McFeely

Mary Rawson

Mary Rawson

Cousin Mary Owl, X the Owl's Cousin

Betty Aberlin

Betty Aberlin

Lady Aberlin

Recurring Role

Don Brockett

Don Brockett

Chef Brockett (operated the town bakery 1968-1995)

Recurring Role

François Clemmons

François Clemmons

Himself (operator of a local theater production company); Officer Clemmons (Neighborhood of Make Believe segments)

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    • Mr. Rogers: When I was a little boy and would plant something in the ground, at first I thought it would grow very fast and I would be able to see something come up in just a few minutes. But as I grew very slowly, I realized that plants grow very slowly too. So little by little, I learned to wait, and waiting is such an important thing to learn to do.

    • Mr. Rogers: If you plant an orange seed, you can be sure that the tree that grows from it will be an orange tree. It would never be an apple tree or a pear tree--only an orange tree.

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