Unlike Show #1596, Rogers actually has significant items in a box. One is a pen that writes invisible ink. He uses another pen to reveal that he has written "X O X O." That can stand for kisses and hugs. Mr. McFeely arrives with a heavy present. It remains a secret until Rogers watches a videotape. In it, Mr. McFeely sees Allen Dwight, a marble artist. Dwight carves a marble structure in McFeely's presence. McFeely gives that sculpture to Rogers.
In the NOM, King Friday XIII has an invisible announcement to give. Dead silence follows a fanfare, proving Friday's invisible announcement is inaudible as well. Lady Aberlin guesses futilely to guess the secret announcement. At the Museum-Go-Round, Lady Elaine Fairchilde tells her secret to Lady Aberlin. Mindful of the mistake Lady Elaine made in 1974, Lady Aberlin wants to ensure that Lady Elaine and Chuck Aber are really going to be married. Lady Elaine asks Lady Aberlin to talk to the schoolchildren about…somebody's wedding.
In the school, Ana, Prince and Daniel surprise Harriet Cow, who has heard of a new teaching board. Aberlin demonstrates the board by drawing a kiss and a hug in the same space. Lady Aberlin asks what the schoolchildren what they would do should someone marry. She and Harriet explain that love is more than a word. Back at the Museum-Go-Round, Lady Elaine tells Betty Okonak Templeton the secret about her wedding and shows the ring Chuck Aber had given her. Back at the television house, Rogers contemplates writing thank-you notes to Mr. McFeely and Allen Dwight.
Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, Always A Bridesmaid, Never A Bride (the complete form), Good Feeling.