Mr. Rogers brings a toothbrush, tooth paste, and tooth powder. He brushes his teeth in the kitchen sink and talks about brushing from the top down and the bottom up. Then he cleans out the sink. A film is shown of Mr. Rogers having a dental check-up.
In the NOM, Mr. McFeely brings Donkey Hodie some mouthwash. He pretends to gargle. Sara Saturday invites Donkey Hodie and Mr. McFeely to the castle for a dance recital. Donkey Hodie will tell the story of how not to bite, so the dancers can dance to the story. King Friday tells about the day he got his first crown. Then Donkey Hodie tells his story. Miss Vetra dances out each of these stories. Sara Saturday tells about having to leave to take care of a baby. Then she leaves, promising to return.
Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, I'm Taking Care Of You, Tomorrow.