The building from Colonial Williamsburg became a permanent part of the models seen at the beginning and end of each program four days earlier. Properties and set builders wedged the brick building between Brockett's Bakery and Betty Aberlin's Little Theater. But, when we see it for real, the Colonial Williamsburg building is detached.
Mr. Rogers: You know, a long time ago, we human beings made everything by hand. We didn't have many machines at all.
Mr. Rogers: Lady Elaine and King Friday were each trying to be the most important. That's why everyone was having so much trouble. Do you know any people who fight to be the most important? It's not much fun to be with people like that. The truth is that everybody has something special inside them, and nobody is more important than anybody else. Just like you, my television friend.
Janaye Whitaker is not among the "Neighbors" listed in the credits.