Mister Rogers' Neighborhood - Season 29

PBS (ended 2001)




Episode Guide

  • When Things Get Broken (5)
    Rogers starts with a visit to a children's dance studio, where participants act out a story. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday truly apologizes for his acts. He joins everyone else at the Museum-Go-Round for Lady Elaine's exhibit.
  • When Things Get Broken (4)
    Joe Negri visits the television house to repair a ukulele. Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make bread. In between, not everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe has recovered from the shock of the day before. After King Friday tries an apology, Lady Elaine feels everything is ready for her (and HulaMouse's) surprise.moreless
  • When Things Get Broken (3)
    Rogers visits the studio of George Rhodes. He watches as Rhodes demonstrates one of his mechanical ball inventions. A co-worker shows Rogers around to see various men at work on these machines. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII returns, not at all pleased by HulaMouse's absence. At the height of his anger, he breaks a toy that Lady Aberlin has brought.moreless
  • When Things Get Broken (2)
    Rogers reads the library book When the TV Broke before visiting the neighborhood library. Once there, he finds a title the librarian recommends. Before he reads, Rogers sits in on a kids' crafts group. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday insists that the royal HulaMouse must return to the Castle. Chuck Aber sees him first, and when he takes HulaMouse to the Castle, they learn King Friday is flying around the world in search of him.moreless
  • When Things Get Broken (1)
    Rogers enters with a computer mouse and introduces viewers to the one room of the television house we have never seen. He introduces viewers to the online neighborhood (pbskids.org/rogers). Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a video on fixing a computer mouse. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the King and Queen are searching for the "royal mouse." He has been in the Museum-Go-Round, busily planning a surprise with Lady Elaine.moreless
  • Go-Stop-Go (5)
    Go-Stop-Go (5)
    Episode 10
    Rogers witnesses a school fire drill. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe gives support to the Platypus family following the previous day's fire. King Friday gives an award to Lady Elaine for her action.
  • Go-Stop-Go (4)
    Go-Stop-Go (4)
    Episode 9
    Rogers takes an extended trip to a fire station. The lessons learned there, extend to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as several neighbors become volunteer fire fighters.
  • Go-Stop-Go (3)
    Go-Stop-Go (3)
    Episode 8
    Rogers visits Marc Brown, creator of the Arthur books. Marc Brown talks about how his Grandma Thora had saved his childhood drawings. (Of course, Grandma Thora is the name of Arthur's grandmother, just as some of the other characters are reminders of Marc's family and friends.) The two men share a scene from Rogers' guest appearance on Arthur in early fall 1997 (first half of "Arthur Meets Mister Rogers / Draw!"). Arthur shows up in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, greeting several neighbors—including Lady Elaine.moreless
  • Go-Stop-Go (2)
    Go-Stop-Go (2)
    Episode 7
    Mister Rogers and Chuck Aber discuss the proper safety gear for in-line skating. Those in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe think they have made progress to curb Lady Elaine's random squirts. Afterward, Mr. McFeely shows a video on making concrete sidewalks.
  • Go-Stop-Go (1)
    Go-Stop-Go (1)
    Episode 6
    Mister Rogers assembles a fountain in his kitchen. This leads to a videotape of numerous fountains from around the world. Mr. McFeely shows a videotape of his own, on how people make raincoats. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday XIII donates the old castle fountain to Mayor Maggie and the people of Westwood. Lady Elaine gets a gift as well. Chuck Aber gives her a nozzle to squirt water.moreless
  • Noisy and Quiet (5)
    Chuck Aber, dressed as a marching-band leader, visits the television house to borrow one of Rogers' noisemakers. Contrasting the noise is Rogers' contention that a smile is quiet and lovable. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is ready for its costume-laden parade, but must convince X and Henrietta of the parade's nature.
  • Noisy and Quiet (4)
    Rogers recounts his snorkeling adventure with Sylvia Earle (extracted from the show of April 19, 1990). Later in the program, Sylvia Earle visits the television house, where screen a videotape on the sounds of fish. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is upset at the constant bell-ringing and drumming at Henrietta and X's tree. No one can convince him to stop, especially since fewer and fewer neighbors remain uncostumed.moreless
  • Noisy and Quiet (3)
    Rogers visits drum performer/teacher Tim Adams. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, X and Henrietta have rigged their tree so that, at the first sign of anything unnatural, everyone will hear constant drumming.
  • Noisy and Quiet (2)
    Rogers attends the rehearsals for a dance team that performs with long ribbons. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta Pussycat, X the Owl, and a muted Bob Dog are frightened when they see so many of their neighbors in strange costumes. What they don't know is that these costumed neighbors are staging a parade.moreless
  • Noisy and Quiet (1)
    Rogers witnesses the Westminster Choir College (of Rider University) Bell Choir. Later in the program, Mr. McFeely shows a video on how people make bells. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mayor Maggie presents a loud bell to Henrietta Pussycat. That bell quickly becomes a big irritant to the others.