Mister Rogers plays tapes of past television visits, including a segment from the wedding of King Friday XIII and Queen Sara. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Princess Margaret H. Witch presents a crystal ball that shows the past and tells the future.
Margaret Hamilton visits the television house to discuss with Rogers her work in the classic film The Wizard of Oz. She appears in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe as a princess who is sometimes a lizard. This Princess Margaret is about to stage a festival for remembering the past.
Rogers watches as a piano is delivered to Mrs. Baker's apartment. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde bothers people with her boomerang-toomerang-soomerang. Lady Aberlin finds that boomerang is just what she needs.
Rogers invites a baton twirler to his television house. Later Mrs. McFeely shows a film on her work with a bookmobile.
In between, Everyone in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe has stayed inside. King Friday now realizes he must revoke his rule that no one leave without his permission.
King Friday declares no one may leave the Neighborhood of Make-Believe without his permission. Lady Elaine defies the rule, thanks to her leaf mat. Later in the program, Rogers visits Anne Pellowski, who tells one African folk tale and one Turkish story.
In this ninth Neighborhood opera, Lady Aberlin plays a girl whose brother finds a key in the sand. She dreams the key opens the door to another land, full of swans, beavers, and a witch with a diabolical passion.
Rogers sees the world's largest guitar at Negri's Music Shop. Handyman Negri plays the world's largest guitar in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Reardon calls the King and says he will create an opera about swans.
Rogers visits an exhibition of kinetic art at Elsie Neal's Craft Shop. He then shows how he can make the Trolley go slower. The Trolley does indeed go slow in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as their energy source is drained to the marrow.
Rogers goes to Brockett's Bakery, where guests are preparing egg-drop soup and fortune cookies. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Lady Elaine discuss the differences between a merry-go-round and the Museum-Go-Round.
Rogers hears François Clemmons, John Costa and Bert Lloyd playing and singing music at Clemmons' studio. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the reformed Mr. Allmine invites Daniel and Lady Aberlin to his museum in the Land of Allmine.
The Brown Marionette Theater is preparing to perform Little Red Riding Hood. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin wants to act as Red Riding Hood. X will pretend with her only if he is called "Pretend Wolf."
Rogers mixes his own modeling dough and sees a sculptor at Elsie Neal's Craft Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine reports on MRG-TV that Tuesday is missing. When he is found, he tells his worries about wishes.
Jean Worthley of Hodgepodge Lodge tells Rogers abouS making a terrarium. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tad Frogg is jealous of H.J. Elephant because he has played constantly with Prince Tuesday.
Rogers lends his antique car to Mr. McFeely. He hears an organist play a fugue by Bach in Negri's Music Shop. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine is still frightening people with talk that the giant frisbee is for a giant.
Rogers sees the offices of Audrey Cleans Everything (really a mobile home that converts to an office. Purple Panda returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, as does a lady who now calls herself "Barbara B. Frisbee."