Mon., October 20, 2014
Mister Rogers shows pictures of sweaters that his mother made for him. Also: Lady Aberlin talks about knitting; singer John Reardon visits; a film about making sweaters; how a knitting machine works in a look at the importance of creating with friends.
Tue., October 21, 2014
Mister Rogers discusses wind and shows different kinds of fans. Also: a visit to a weather station; last-minute preparations for an opera; a film about hummingbirds in a look at creating with friends.
Wed., October 22, 2014
A story is told in song as the Windstorm in Bubbleland opera takes place in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. The story is a reminder that, by working together, trouble can be overcome.
Thu., October 23, 2014
Mister Rogers discusses divorce. Also: a flashback shows Mr. McFeely's wedding; Prince Tuesday meets a new friend, whose parents are divorced.
Fri., October 24, 2014
Mister Rogers visits a pretzel factory. Also: King Friday and Queen Sara argue; Prince Tuesday thinks that he's made them angry and runs away to Daniel Tiger's home in an episode on divorce.
Mon., October 27, 2014
Mister Rogers visits a garage where electric cars are made and takes one out for a ride. Also: Handyman Negri organizes a search for Prince Tuesday; a boy in an electric wheelchair visits and discusses his disability and his feelings in an episode on divorce.
Tue., October 28, 2014
Mister Rogers meets an author of books on divorce. Also: Prince Tuesday tells his parents about his fears that their arguments were going to lead to divorce; a reminder that parents can disagree without it leading to a breakup.
Wed., October 29, 2014
Mister Rogers goes on an airplane and visits with the pilot and flight attendant. Also: a sad clown learns to feel good about being himself; the king's electric plane-car arrives in an episode about divorce.
Fri., October 31, 2014
A look at art includes an animation device and slides of some Picasso works. Also: the Spanish Singing Bakers perform; Mister Rogers makes a rhythm rattle; Lady Elaine substitutes a Picasso for her portrait of the king.