Rogers enters with a pyramidal block two sides of which bear words "clap" and "stomp." He invites viewers to clap their hands when he displays the word "clap" and stomp their feet with him should "stomp" be shown. He introduces the stage group Stomp! (model pan stops apparently stops between the former Brockett's Bakery and Betty's Little Theater). They show Rogers how they use buckets, brooms and rubber pipes in their performances.
In the NOM, Lady Aberlin sweeps around the pathway with a broom. Daniel, in one of his more emotional moments, asks her if the Eiffel Tower will ever be righted. His biggest concern is for Mr. McFeely. Lady Aberlin tells Daniel he could call Mr. McFeely on the telephone. She speaks with Mrs. McFeely (not heard or seen) and gets the truth: Mr. McFeely is fine, as usual. Daniel is convinced the Mr. McFeely doll is just a doll, but Lady Elaine doesn't know that. Neither is Betty Okonak Templeton, who spots the doll at the Museum-Go-Round. She tells Lady Aberlin of her encounter with Lady Elaine.
King Friday XIII appears at the Museum, requiring to see Lady Elaine. He doesn't know the truth about the doll, either. He tells Lady Elaine everyone is worried about Lady Elaine's behavior. She is upset, too. After apologizing to all, he and Betty show the Eiffel Tower they had made from clay. With her boomerang, Lady Elaine rights the real Eiffel Tower. But she can't figure out heads or tails about that Mr. McFeely doll. The real Mr. McFeely arrives from "his" neighborhood to collect the doll. King Friday orders Lady Elaine to help sweep up the mess by the Eiffel Tower.
Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, What Do You Do With The Mad That You Feel? (second verse only – for the only time post-75, if not the series), Good Feeling.