Mister Rogers would never finish reading Elizabeth B. Browning's "How Do I Love Thee?"
Mr. McFeely: It takes people to make practically everything, doesn't it?
Mr. Rogers: Yes, that's why many people go to work.
Mr. McFeely: I do my Speedy Delivery work, and you do your television program.
Mr. Rogers: That is right. It takes people to make all sorts of things.
Mr. McFeely: Away and at home, too.
Barbara Russell had appeared in earlier Neighborhood of Make-Believe segments, particularly in "Josephine the Short-Neck Giraffe." This was her first time as puppet character Hilda Dingleborder, a factory employee.