Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 15 Episode 7

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Aired Unknown Feb 05, 1985 on PBS
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Mister Rogers brings flowers to remind people of a lesson he learned when he was a boy. Mr. McFeely brings a video on how people make tricycles.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday disobeys an order from King Friday and is punished for trying to ride the royal tricycle. Meanwhile, Daniel expresses doubts of being the ring bearer at the wedding of James Michael Jones and Betty Okonak Templeton.
At the end of the program, Dianne Dengle is ready to present her portrait of Mister Rogers. It shows him encircled with some of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe characters.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Keith David

    Keith David

    Carpenter in Southwood (1983-1985)

    Mary Rawson

    Mary Rawson

    Cousin Mary Owl, X the Owl's Cousin

    David Nohling

    David Nohling

    Purple Panda

    Hedda Sharapan

    Hedda Sharapan

    Puppet character Mrs. Frogg (1968-1988)

    Carole Switala

    Carole Switala

    Puppet characters Ana Platypus (1979-1997) and Prince Tuesday (1986)

    José Cisneros

    José Cisneros

    Assistant at Brockett's Bakery (1973-1986)

    Dianne Dengle

    Dianne Dengle

    Herself

    Guest Star

    Betty Aberlin

    Betty Aberlin

    Lady Aberlin

    Recurring Role

    Don Brockett

    Don Brockett

    Chef Brockett (operated the town bakery 1968-1995)

    Recurring Role

    François Clemmons

    François Clemmons

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

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (3)

      • King Friday: Tuesday, I thought you were on your way to school.
        Prince Tuesday: (Crying) I was, Daddy, but I saw your large tricycle. Well, I just sat on it and I fell.
        King Friday: You know I told you that you're not to use my large tricycle, Tuesday.
        Prince Tuesday: I know.
        King Friday: It's not your size and it could be dangerous. Now what did I do last time you rode my tricycle?
        Prince Tuesday: You sent me to my room.
        King Friday: And so, you will do the same.
        Prince Tuesday: But I have to go to school.
        King Friday: You will go to your room immediately after school.
        Prince Tuesday: Oh, that really makes me angry!
        King Friday: And it makes me angry when you do things that could hurt you. Now off to school with you.
        Prince Tuesday: OK.

      • Mr. Rogers: Does your mother or father tell you, "You can never ride your tricycle in the street?" Do they sometimes get angry when they think you might go in the street? Well, they say "No!" about that because they care about you so much, and they don't want you to get hurt.

      • Mr. Rogers: Once when I was a boy, I was outside playing and I picked a flower from a neighbor's garden. I didn't know that you're not supposed to do that. It just looked so pretty to me that I wanted to give it to my mother. Well, when I gave the flower to her, she asked me where I had found it. I told her that I picked it from our neighbor's garden, and she said nobody but our neighbor was allowed to do that. That was a "No!" for me. After that, I'd look at those flowers and think, "No, can't pick them." I could look at them though, and they were still beautiful to look at, even if I couldn't have them.

    • NOTES (1)

      • In this episode, Mr. McFeely peruses through his list of other deliveries to three families: Warninsky, Vogel, and Costa. These are subtle hints to the men who were, respectively, the show's lighting director, a principal studio cameraman, and music director for years.

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