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Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

The genial, soft-spoken Mr. Rogers made every day special and every kid welcome in this long-running children's series.

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Mon., September 22, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Friends  

Using empty boxes and cartons, Mister Rogers creates a sandbox village to explain the concept of friendship, with the image of building a bridge. Also: a rainy day in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe spurs the citizens to get along with one another.

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Tue., September 23, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Daycare and Nightcare  

Child care is explored, as Prince Tuesday shares his sad feelings about his parents' absence with his caregivers. Also: how zippers are made.

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Wed., September 24, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Daycare and Nightcare  

The concept of child care is explored, as the King and Queen return from a trip and the Prince discusses his feelings with them; and a video shows various types of caregivers, including teachers and crossing guards. Also: Mister Rogers tours a graham-cracker factory.

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Thu., September 25, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Work  

To teach children about work, Mister Rogers explains his job to viewers and leads a tour of the TV studio where he works. Also: the Make-Believe “pipe or pool” crisis is resolved when the Neighbors learn they can use Westwood's pool.

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Fri., September 26, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Competition  

Mister Rogers tours the Carnegie Art Museum. Also: Henrietta Pussycat becomes jealous when X the Owl tells her of Big Bird's impending visit, because she's afraid of losing X as a friend in a look at competition.

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Mon., September 29, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.

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Tue., September 30, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.

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Wed., October 1, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.

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Thu., October 2, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.

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Fri., October 3, 2014
6:00 am
(30 minutes)

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood  

The genial, soft-spoken man made every day `special' and every kid welcome in this long-running series. Once described as `a singing psychiatrist for children,' Rogers used puppetry, songs and storytelling to teach youngsters about family values and how to deal with life's ups and downs. Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister, was a beloved mainstay of PBS's daytime lineup and received a long-overdue Emmy in 1999 for Outstanding Performer in a Children's Series.