Mr. Rogers: You know, the toughest thing is to love somebody who has done something mean to you, especially when that somebody has been yourself. Have you ever done anything mean to yourself? Well, it's very important to look inside yourself and find that loving part of you. That's the part that you must take good care of and never be mean to, because that's the part of you that allows you to love your neighbor, and your neighbor is anybody you just happen to be with at anytime of your life. Respecting and loving your neighbor can give everybody a good feeling.
The late Margaret McFarland receives an honorary credit as consultant. Incidentally, this is the last time any psychological consultant (McFarland or Albert V. Corrado) would be credited.