Mr. Rogers: It's not the things you wear that makes you you, it's the person you are inside that counts. That's the part of you that I care about the most. When people know that they are loved for who they really are, it gives them a very good feeling.
Mr. Rogers: You know, whether you have a three-cornered hat, or a round hat, or a square hat, or no hat at all, it's you yourself that I like.
Mr. Rogers: (while making a paper hat) Each person who can make such a thing would make something different.
We learn in this episode that Lady Elaine Fairchilde's middle initial is C.
What's happened to the model for Negri's Music Shop? It's been replaced by a wooden building from Colonial Williamsburg (seen four days later). About four years later, the Colonial Williamsburg model would itself be displaced with a taller building.
…If Mister Rogers could only have seen a year and a half in the future, the model for Brockett's Bakery would have been removed, not Negri's.
This was the first Mister Rogers' Neighborhood to be produced with WGBH/Boston's Descriptive Video Service. Also, WGBH/Boston takes over closed-captioning of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood after six years with the National Captioning Institute.