Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

Season 23 Episode 14

Then & Now (4)

Aired Unknown Sep 02, 1993 on PBS



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Mr. Rogers: Everything that lives will someday die. But I believe that it is worth it to be a real live somebody in our real live world. And what's more, no matter what, we'll always have somebody to take care of us.

    • Henrietta: Meow pretending meow meow old, meow someday meowing.
      X: Old and dying? I don't want to hear about that stuff.
      Lady Aberlin: Well, Henrietta was just thinking about it, and so she wanted to talk about it.
      X: I'll tell you what I think about it. I am going to live every day as it comes. Fly where I'm supposed to fly and come back home. And when it comes time for me to die, I'll do that too, and that's it.
      Henrietta: Meow's it?
      X: That's it.

  • Notes

    • Family Communications makes this program available to professional developers and trainers. For information, call (412) 687-2990.

    • The frequently-discussed episode Death of a Goldfish, in which Mister Rogers buries one of his fish, had last aired some four years before this program debuted.

  • Allusions