Rogers experiment with a bell, a battery, and some wires. He explains that adults should be present when there are wires attached to something a child is using.
In the NOM, the telecan is going up and down. Mr. McFeely delivers a lesson from OCS to X. Mr. McFeely calls Lady Aberlin to help X. She holds up puzzle pieces. Each piece is a person from early American history. Mr. Rogers visits Mr. McFeely, who is ill. The doctor examines him and recomends a rest. Rogers suggest that perhaps Mr. McFeely is in too much of a hurry all the time. Mr. McFeely is sad because his granddaughter said he hurries too much. Rogers says that grown-ups need to be liked, too.
Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, I'm Interested In Things, Good Feeling.