Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 20 Episode 11

Fathers & Music (1)

Aired Unknown Jul 30, 1990 on PBS

Episode Recap

Rogers says he had cut his hand on a piece of metal. He recalls how, when he wore a bandage as a child, his father would allow him to look under the bandage. Rogers calls Mr. McFeely to ask if he has a videotape on making bandages. In the NOM, Lady Aberlin is taking her time while painting near the Castle. The Trolley inspires her on one part of the painting. King Friday XIII plays his bass violin while she paints (Friday, who plays a tune from Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe, calls it "paint a song"). Both agree one person can be many things. Miss Paulifficate summons Lady Aberlin to a call from Dr. Bill Platypus. Ana has scraped her paw, but she does not want to wear a bandage. Lady Aberlin takes a portion of her painting to the Platypus mound. While Dr. Bill plays his bagpipes, Lady Aberlin demonstrates that nothing disappears under a bandage. Now Ana agrees to wear a paw bandage. Lady Aberlin tells Dr. Bill how one individual can be so many things at once. Back at the television house, Mr. McFeely tells Rogers he is still looking for the bandage material. He informs Rogers of a good surprise at Negri's Music Shop. At the shop, Negri shows Rogers to the back room. The Marsalis family is rehearsing some of Rogers' songs. In addition, the Marsalis family plays a little boogie-woogie. Carl McVicker joins them on Sometimes Isn't Always. Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, Let's Think Of Something To Do While We're Waiting, Sometimes Isn't Always (instrumental), Good Feeling.
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