Immediately the phone rings. It's Laurie Tarter, inviting Mister Rogers to the neighborhood dance studio. She is conducting a class in which her child students make shapes and act out a story. Rogers especially appreciates the kids' hopscotch dance and the accompanist's cunga drums and vibratones. All the kids stay for the grown-ups dance rehearsal.
In the NOM, Prince Tuesday compliments HulaMouse for his hula-hoop lesson. King Friday XIII presents HulaMouse with a square hoop, which doesn't work as well as a round hoop. When Friday repeats his apology, HulaMouse says something in English: "Does that mean that I can go to the Round Party at the Museum?" King Friday will bring his crown (which he wears) to the Round Party. Mayor Maggie runs a hula hoop to the Museum. Lady Elaine, in a polka dot outfit, expresses her feelings with Friday. She is speechless with his apology. They all go to the R Room. At the last minute, Trolley shows Chuck Aber King Friday's square hoop, which can be twisted into a circle in a heartbeat.
Back at the television house, Mr. McFeely shows a videotape on how people make marbles (it's exactly the same video Rogers had played in Show #1524).
This show is dedicated to the Neighborhood's recently-fallen friend and colleague Bob Millslagle. (His last credit was in Show #1740).
Songs: Won't You Be My Neighbor?, Speedy Delivery To You (second version), Good Feeling.