Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 19 Episode 15

Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe (5)

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Aired Unknown May 05, 1989 on PBS
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Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe (5)
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Josephine feels that the school's Attractive, Active Animals class is not helping her, especially because Sam Snake has finally learned how to hiss. Hazel tells J.R. Giraffe to give Josephine words of encouragement. In the process, both J.R. and Josephine accept themselves, and each other, for who they are.moreless

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Fred Rogers

Fred Rogers

Himself, puppet characters King Friday XIII, Queen Sara, Edgar Cooke, Cornflake S. Pecially, Henrietta Pussycat, X the Owl, Lady

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

Sergio Pinto

Sergio Pinto

Assistant at Brockett's Bakery (1987-approx. 1992)

Maggie Stewart

Maggie Stewart

Mrs. Giraffe

Guest Star

Mary Rawson

Mary Rawson

Rosie Elephant

Guest Star

Winnie Flynn

Winnie Flynn

Mrs. Mongrel

Guest Star

François Clemmons

François Clemmons

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

Recurring Role

Robert Trow

Robert Trow

Himself; Bob Dog, Robert Troll, Puppet character Harriet Elizabeth Cow/Sam Snake

Recurring Role

Chuck Aber

Chuck Aber

J.R. Giraffe/Neighbor Aber, the Associate Mayor of Westwood (1981-2001); H.J. Elephant III (puppet character, 1975-2000)

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    • Mr. Rogers: There are so many ways to grow. There isn't a whole lot we can do about our outside kind of growing. Some of us grow tall, and some of us grow short. Some of us have one color skin, and some of us have another. That's all outside stuff. But we all have insides, too, and our insides have a different way of growing. Our thoughts and our feelings grow, and there's a lot we can do about them. We can try to understand them, and love them, and help them to grow well, and turn out to be glad we're the way we are, and glad that our friends are the way they are. And we can always try to remember that we're much more than one thing. We're much more than our arms, or our legs, or our eyes, or our skin, or our hair. We're even more than our thoughts. We are.

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