Favorite episode?

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    Tkerekes13

    [1]Jul 8, 2007
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    What's your favorite episode?

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    millerem99

    [2]Jul 19, 2007
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    I don't remember much about specific episodes...there were so many. My favorite parts were when he played the piano and when the Trolley came to take us to the Land of Make Believe.

    Granted, I was guilty as anyone at parodying Mr. Rogers (long before Eddie Murphy did) along with my younger siblings, but I really did appreciate him, esp. as an adult (see my earlier post about his book). When I was in high school we had to write letters to somebody famous, and I chose him. Know what? He responded personally and sent me a photo of him in his cardigan. The funniest thing was, he wrote to me like I was still in Kindergarten...I think he just talked that way to pretty much all his fans, young and old.

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    jaydude30

    [3]Oct 26, 2007
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    My favorite episode is where Chef Brocket made those treats with the peanut butter and graham crackers and shaped them into little bite size balls. I copied the receipe and it really does taste good. It the episode in the week of FOOD.
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    triogirl

    [4]Nov 3, 2007
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    I don't know if it's my favorite episode, but the episode that I really like and remember is the Crayon factory episode. I thought it was so cool.
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    birdbeaty

    [5]Nov 22, 2007
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    Could you please post the recipe? I got everything except the amount of margarine used.

    Thanks,

    Linda

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    sapphires1985

    [6]Apr 26, 2008
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    My faverioute episode of Mr. Rogers is called "Celebrations", it aired in May of 1986. Theres a woman dressed as a cat and she dreams of going to the moon and then she does... i'd remember alot more if i could re watch the episode somewhere.
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    WWinnieF

    [7]Jan 14, 2009
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    millerem99 wrote:

    The funniest thing was, he wrote to me like I was still in Kindergarten...I think he just talked that way to pretty much all his fans, young and old.

    Fred Rogers, like Jim Henson and Walt Disney, was a true visionary in his own time, and we miss all three of them dearly.
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    tcwjra

    [8]Apr 27, 2011
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    When they showed how the Hulk was made.

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