Mister Rogers' Neighborhood - Season 22

PBS (ended 2001)




Episode Guide

  • Learning
    Episode 1653
    Most children are naturally eager to learn, right from the time they are born. For them, learning comes from the inside out as they try to make sense of the world through their feelings and experiences.
  • Learning (#1651) Even Mister Rogers Finds It Hard to Learn New Things
    Mister Rogers delights in a visitor who can whistle, especially because that's something Mister Rogers hasn't been able to learn. He helps children know that nobody can do everything and that different people can do different things. He reminds children how much they are growing and that they have learned so many things since they were babies. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Robert Troll learns about people by taking a census, while Lady Aberlin learns about the wind by doing research. Includes the songs "You are Pretty, You Are Black", "There Are Many Ways To Say I Love You" and "You're Growing".moreless
  • Umbrellas How People Make Them, Use Them and Dance With Them
    Rogers sees a ballet troupe do a dance with umbrellas.
  • Learning (5)
    Learning (5)
    Episode 15
    Rogers displays a variety of batteries, ready to put them to work in two toys and a cassette player. Mister McFeely then shows Rogers a battery-operated car. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is still undecided if there will be a field trip.
  • Learning (4)
    Learning (4)
    Episode 14
    The school at Someplace Else is ready to stage its field trip through the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Meanwhile, Rogers talks to Eric Kloss at the neighborhood library.
  • Learning (3)
    Episode 13
    Rogers hangs a paper chain through the kitchen and living room. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin discovers the wind source.
  • Learning (2)
    Learning (2)
    Episode 12
    Lady Aberlin is searching for the source of a wind that abruptly appears and disappears. One possible source of that wind could be the Museum-Go-Round.
  • Learning (1)
    Learning (1)
    Episode 11
    Mr. McFeely brings whistles to Rogers' front porch, and both hear a professional whistler. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Robert Troll is taking a census. Daniel Striped Tiger cannot help at this time, as he and the other schoolchildren are planning a field trip.
  • Imaginary Friends (5)
    Ella Jenkins stages a sing-along at Brockett's Bakery. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine tries to blame Malcolm Apricot Dinko for something.
  • Imaginary Friends (4)
    Rogers has a real book which he reads to a pretend child sitting in a real chair. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe sees Prince Tuesday's rag doll for the last time.
  • Imaginary Friends (3)
    Rogers sees a ballet troupe do a dance with umbrellas. As it is raining in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Chuck Aber tests Corny's new umbrella rocking chair.
  • Imaginary Friends (2)
    Rogers talks of using a telescope, albeit a pretend one. Bob Trow talks of how he used his imagination as a boy, making up what would be "troll talk." This Robert Troll demonstrates in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.
  • Imaginary Friends (1)
    Rogers draws a song. Mr. McFeely brings a videotape on how people make felt-tip markers. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe gets another "glimpse" of Daniel's imaginary friend, Malcolm Apricot Dinko.
  • Art (5)
    Art (5)
    Episode 5
    Mister Rogers tells a story about a boy who painted a tree blue and how his feelings were hurt. This is a key role in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, where Daniel submits a painting of a blue King Friday. Perhaps that is a clear picture for Lady Elaine Fairchilde.
  • Art (4)
    Art (4)
    Episode 4
    Mister Rogers makes his own clay and visits sculptor Bill Strickland. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine uses her clay to deface all the existing portraits and other dedications to King Friday XIII.
  • Art (3)
    Art (3)
    Episode 3
    Mr. McFeely describes the day he met a skywriter. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe witnesses a skywriter drawing the King's face and hears Handyman Negri's contribution.
  • Art (2)
    Art (2)
    Episode 2
    Rogers shows a flip book and presents Picasso art. Later in the program, he sees a Spanish rhythm quartet at Brockett's Bakery. In between, Lady Aberlin, X the Owl, and Henrietta Pussycat make King Friday art, but Lady Elaine refuses.
  • Art (1)
    Art (1)
    Episode 1
    Mr. McFeely shows Rogers a Mrs. McFeely portrait Bob Trow made. Later Rogers goes to see Trow do a portrait of Mr. McFeely. In the meantime, King Friday XIII declares that everyone in the Neighborhood produce Royal portraits.