Mon., April 27, 2015
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.
Tue., April 28, 2015
Mister Rogers discusses divorce. Also: a flashback shows Mr. McFeely's wedding; Prince Tuesday meets a new friend, whose parents are divorced.
Wed., April 29, 2015
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.
Thu., April 30, 2015
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.
Fri., May 1, 2015
When Things Get Broken
Joe Negri fixes a ukelele in an episode on broken things and hurt feelings. Also, in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone is upset with King Friday for breaking Lady Aberlin's toy ball machine. Also: Mr. McFeely shows a video of how bread is made.
Mon., May 4, 2015
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.
Tue., May 5, 2015
A look at winning and losing includes how people make crayons and how each person's drawings are different. Also: a contest brings out Lady Elaine's feelings about sibling rivalry.
Wed., May 6, 2015
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.
Thu., May 7, 2015
Chef Brockett is disappointed when he loses a decorating contest. Also: Mister Rogers recalls a visit with an artist; Big Bird arrives and reassures Henrietta that X the Owl will still be her friend in a look at competition.
Fri., May 8, 2015
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.