Mr. Rogers: I'm not very good at drawing. I guess it's because I haven't practiced very much. I remember when I was a boy, if I couldn't do something very well and got frustrated about it, I'd go to the piano and tell it with my fingers on the keys.
Mr. Rogers: Are there things that make you angry? Do you have ways of showing your anger--ways that don't hurt you or anybody else?
Handyman Negri: You're a very wise king, Sire.
King Friday: I never said I wasn't.
Accompanying this week of programs, Family Communications (FCI) released a "Mad Feelings" workshop video, which has been used in numerous FCI-sponsored workshops in the years since 1995.
This week of shows has been a mainstay every October. Originally, they aired as part of a PBS Outreach "sweeps" week. All the other PBS Kids series had slapped a mishmash of old programs for use in the sweeps, but Mister Rogers' Neighborhood had totally new output.