Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 15 Episode 13

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Aired Unknown May 15, 1985 on PBS
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Ella Jenkins and Chuck Aber stop by for folk songs that keep everyone moving. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin doesn't know how to approach her offer to dance with a bass violin for the festival. Daniel suggests Lady Aberlin tell the truth to King Friday.

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    • TRIVIA (1)

      • The title of the song that Fred Rogers sings, "The Truth Will Make You Free," is taken from John 8:32 in which Jesus says, "You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free."

    • QUOTES (6)

      • Mr. Rogers: Are you discovering the truth about you? Well, I'm still discovering the truth about me. That's what we do as we keep on growing in life.

      • Lady Aberlin: I have not been able to learn to play this bass violin.
        King Friday: You haven't?
        Lady Aberlin: No, but I have learned to dance with it, and that's what I would like to do for the bass violin festival.
        King Friday: Dance with your bass violin?
        Lady Aberlin: Dance with it.
        King Friday: Dance with a bass violin? What a clever idea.
        Lady Aberlin: Do you think so?
        King Friday: I do.

      • Mr. Rogers: I like to learn things, don't you? And there is so much in this world that we can learn, no matter how young or how old we are.

      • Fred Rogers: That's what often happens when people are honest with each other - they're able to do all kinds of fine things.

      • Lady Aberlin: Just tell him the truth?
        Daniel Tiger: (nods) And not have to worry about it any more.
        Lady Aberlin: And not have to worry about it any more. Oh, Daniel! I think that's the best idea!

      • Fred Rogers: (showing a doll dancing on top of a music box) Somebody had to think about this before he or she made it. They had to have that thought about a little doll on top of a music box. Isn't it wonderful the things that people can make?

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