Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 29 Episode 1

Noisy and Quiet (1)

Aired Unknown Feb 15, 1999 on PBS

Episode Recap

Rogers shows a bell as he walks in. He rings it--produces an F-sharp tone—and compares it to the same key on a piano. He finds the Westminster Bell Choir uses a different set of bells. Everyone demonstrates his or her bells, particularly on their descending scales. The choir plays Peace And Quiet and Won't You Be My Neighbor? In the NOM, Mayor Maggie and King Friday do an F-sharp duet leading up to Maggie's singing part of I Think I'm Going To Like Today. Before leaving, she encounters H.J. Elephant III in a bell-type hat. Maggie gives her F-sharp bell to Henrietta, much to X the Owl's irritation. But Henrietta rings the bell almost constantly. Back in the television house, Mr. McFeely brings another bell and a videotape on how people make bells. Together with their bells, Rogers and McFeely sing Speedy Delivery To You in the key of B. Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, Peace And Quiet (by the Westminster Bell Choir), I Think I'm Going To Like Today, Speedy Delivery To You (second version), Good Feeling.