Chef Brockett shows Mr. Rogers how to make cotton candy. He is taking it to the NOM for the carnival.
In the NOM, Queen Sara, Edgar Cooke, and Robert Troll plan to make caramel apples for the carnival. Chef Brockett tries to give King Friday some cotton candy, but the king insists he first make an appointment. Chef Brockett explains what cotton candy and carnivals are to the king. The king says he is not interested; he has more important matters to attend to. Lady Elaine, dressed as a fortune teller, has a crystal ball. X gets stuck to a caramel apple; Robert Troll pulls him free. Back with Mr. Rogers, he talks about making up nonsense language like Robert Troll uses. Mr. Rogers says to be sure to be understood it is necessary to speak in words people understand. Grand-père's French is different from troll talk.
Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, I'd Like To Be Like Mom/Dad, Troll Talk, Tomorrow.