Rogers needs a washer for a fountain he wants to assemble. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the Castle fountain works only partially.
Susan Linn returns to Rogers, bringing her puppets Audrey Duck and Cat-a-Lion. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri helps ease Henrietta Pussycat's tangled emotions.
Don Williamson visits the television house to demonstrate his radio-controlled model airplane. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday still doesn't want the Platypus family to visit Australia.
After showing some children's drawings, Rogers visits Mrs. Saunders' school, talks with the children and watches them play. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. McFeely delivers a package from the pediatrician school to Dr. Bill.
Mr. McFeely delivers the book Fur, Feathers, and Hair to Rogers. Later McFeely brings an English sheepdog. Meanwhile, King Friday XIII is upset that baby Prince Tuesday will not smile at him.
John Reardon comes to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe dressed as an organ grinder.
Rogers dresses as an airplane pilot for the costume party. Betty Aberlin and Joe Negri team up to dress as a horse. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe holds its own costume party, and only the toy horse has no costume.
Joe Negri displays musical instruments made out of junk. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine borrows Corny's hammer without asking him.
Queen Sara asks Bob Dog to send a note asking if Henrietta Pussycat can babysit for Prince Tuesday. Bob Dog gets distracted with a new rocking chair and misses seeing Henrietta.
When the name "upside-down cake" offends King Friday, he confoundseveryone with a short-lived rule: everyone should say what he doesn't mean.
Rogers pays a visit to Betty's Little Theater. When the planned guests aren't able to appear, Betty Aberlin improvises a play with Bob Trow, Joe Negri and Audrey Roth.
Rogers shows a hidden object in a drawing of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. The neighborhood discovers an old toy that Corny used to manufacture: a toy horse in the Chatty-Cathy mold.