Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (season 1)

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The following is a list of episodes from the first season of the PBS series, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, that was aired in 1968. Within the series history, this has produced the most episodes in one season.


Episode 1[edit]

Mrs. Russellite sends an invitation to Mr. Rogers so he can see her lampshade collection at her home. Lady Elaine's changes to the geography of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe worry King Friday, who begins to impose new rules and restrictions on Make-Believe.

  • Aired on February 19, 1968.
  • This is the first episode of the series.
  • King Friday XIII, Lady Elaine Fairchilde, Daniel Striped Tiger, Henrietta Pussycat, X the Owl, Joe (Handyman) Negri, and Mr. McFeely are introduced in this episode. (Lady Elaine is not actually seen in the episode until episode 5.)
  • This program made this series for Public TV-stations, Johnson & Johnson, Ford Foundation, The Sears-Roebuck Foundation and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

(c) 1968, 1969 National Educational Television and Radio Cernter

Episode 2[edit]

Mr. Rogers shows how a burlap bag can be many different things when one imagines it. After he turns it into a cape, Betty (Lady) Aberlin comes to visit and he lends it to her for strength when she goes to visit her great-uncle, King Friday XIII. Meanwhile, King Friday worries about an invasion of people who want to change the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and drafts her as a border guard.

  • Aired on February 20, 1968.
  • Betty/Lady Aberlin and Edgar Cooke are introduced in this episode.

Episode 3[edit]

Because of the border guards, Cornflake S. Pecially refuses to visit the castle. King Friday, who is mindful of this, has a cake delivered to the castle to be cut up.

  • Aired on February 21, 1968.
  • Cornflake S. Pecially and Chef Brockett are introduced in this episode.

Episode 4[edit]

At the Television house, Mr. Rogers brings in a playpen and puppy. Mrs. Carol Saunders also makes her first visit. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday still wants to protect his province, so he sends Handyman Negri to install punch clocks at both ends of it.

  • Aired on February 22, 1968.
  • Grandpère is introduced in this episode.

Episode 5[edit]

After Mr. Rogers plays with them, Betty Aberlin takes some helium balloons to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Tagging them with a message of peace, she floats them above the castle. When King Friday reads the message, he ceases his efforts to stop change.

  • Aired on February 23, 1968.

Episode 6[edit]

To prepare for his scientific endeavour, Mr. Rogers puts on a lab coat and compares various shells and shell-like objects, including a turtle shell, a conch shell, an armadillo's armoured shell and a suit of armour. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Bud Alder compares oil-based and water-based paints. After sharing his wisdom with X the Owl, X teaches Lady Elaine various bird names.

  • Aired on February 26, 1968.

Episode 7[edit]

In the Television house, Mr. Rogers takes care of a canary while, in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine learns how practice is needed to learn anything.

  • Aired on February 27, 1968.

Episode 8[edit]

The Neighborhood of Make-Believe celebrates a peace party and honors Lynda Martha as a guest, while Lady Elaine Fairchilde dresses up as a dove of peace.

  • Aired on February 28, 1968.

Episode 9[edit]

Mr. Rogers plays audio tapes of Neighborhood of Make-Believe puppet characters to make the viewers guess who is who. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Royal Coach Saunders plays hide and seek with Lady Elaine and X.

  • Aired on February 29, 1968.
  • Royal Coach Saunders is introduced in this episode.

Episode 10[edit]

In the Television house, Mr. Rogers demonstrates the use of binoculars. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin dresses up as a snow goose.

  • Aired on March 1, 1968.

Episode 11[edit]

Henrietta thinks X always has been spending time with Lady Elaine. X alleviates it by inviting Henrietta bird watching.

  • Aired on March 4, 1968.

Episode 12[edit]

Jewell Walker pretends to do a baseball game and then teaches X arithmetic.

  • Aired on March 5, 1968.

Episode 13[edit]

Without asking, Lady Elaine steals King Friday's painting of the Bluebird of Happiness.

  • Aired on March 6, 1968.

Episode 14[edit]

Mr. Rogers improvises on paper how music in a song makes him feel. Professor Joseph Fitzpatrick is also introduced to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and he discusses Seurat.

  • Aired on March 7, 1968.

Episode 15[edit]

Mr. Rogers bandages his finger to prove that it is still there. Vivian Richman introduces folk songs about feelings.

  • Aired on March 8, 1968.

Episode 16[edit]

A sculptor visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Lady Aberlin also knits a sweater for Henrietta and X.

  • Aired on March 11, 1968.

Episode 17[edit]

Mr. Rogers brings in a Sicilian donkey whose name is Donkey Hodie. Donkey Hodie is also welcomed to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Henrietta learns how he only uses his teeth when he eats his food.

  • Aired on March 12, 1968.

Episode 18[edit]

At the Television house, Mr. Rogers talks about his boyhood days when he did not practice a clarinet. At the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Donkey Hodie stays in X's tree until he can find a place to live.

  • Aired on March 13, 1968.

Episode 19[edit]

Donkey Hodie decides the best place for building a windmill would be in the hills behind the Castle. King Friday objects to this.

  • Aired on March 14, 1968.

Episode 20[edit]

Mr. Rogers shows a model windmill to help explain how windmills work. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe decides they should prove to King Friday that Donkey Hodie does not bite anyone. This also gets Donkey Hodie to build the windmill behind the castle.

  • Aired on March 15, 1968.

Episode 21[edit]

Chef Brockett is ready for Donkey Hodie to break ground for the windmill. Brockett also brings in a snowman made from dough.

  • Aired on March 18, 1968.

Episode 22[edit]

Mr. Rogers covers this episode discussing about the White House and the U.S. presidents.

  • Aired on March 19, 1968.

Episode 23[edit]

Mr. Rogers discusses the use of eye glasses. Henrietta also receives glasses.

  • This episode aired on Fred Rogers' 40th birthday.
  • Aired on March 20, 1968.

Episode 24[edit]

Mr. Rogers has his eyes examined. King Friday wants Donkey Hodie's windmill to be built somewhere else.

  • Aired on March 21, 1968.

Episode 25[edit]

Lady Aberlin, X and Henrietta bring housewarming gifts for Donkey Hodie at his unseen home.

  • Aired on March 22, 1968.

Episode 26[edit]

Mr. Rogers discusses growing and changes a doll's diapers. Nurse Miller also assures Tadpole Frogg he is growing at just the right pace.

  • Aired on March 25, 1968.

Episode 27[edit]

Mr. Rogers makes a toy bed and pretends to make a doll sleep in it. Lady Elaine also wants Edgar Cooke's pillow.

  • Aired on March 26, 1968.

Episode 28[edit]

After he locks his pillow in a safe, Edgar Cooke expresses his different feelings. Lady Elaine Fairchilde finds her special toy, which is a boomerang.

  • Aired on March 27, 1968.

Episode 29[edit]

Mr. Rogers demonstrates the use of a loom and sees them being operated by Nantucket weavers.

  • Aired on March 28, 1968.

Episode 30[edit]

After Mr. Rogers demonstrates the use of violins and violas, he invites Michael Grebanier to play his cello. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine makes a new boomerang trick which is turning everything upside down.

  • Aired on March 29, 1968.

Episode 31 (Red Monster)[edit]

Mr. Rogers discusses wild animals and Mr. McFeely brings in a Mexican parakeet.

  • Aired on April 1, 1968.

Episode 32 (Red Monster)[edit]

Mr. Rogers puts on various masks to prove he doesn't change when he puts one on. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is trying to trace out what is believed to be a red monster.

  • Aired on April 2, 1968.

Episode 33 (Red Monster)[edit]

Mr. Rogers gives some oranges to the members of a ballet company that is set perform "The Sad Monster Ballet".

  • Aired on April 3, 1968.

Episode 34 (Red Monster)[edit]

Mr. Rogers plays music by blowing across bottles of water. Mr. McDonald also makes a visit to play a section of Die Miestersinger. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe summons Digger Digorum to search for the mysterious red monster.

  • Aired on April 4, 1968.

Episode 35 (Red Monster)[edit]

Mr. Rogers and Chef Brockett make their own tunnels from what is around them. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe finally concludes no red monsters are in the tunnels.

  • Aired on April 5, 1968.

Episode 36[edit]

Digger Digorum bears gifts as she leaves the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

  • Aired on April 8, 1968.

Episode 37[edit]

Outside the Television house, Peggy Lipschutz draws with chalk while Vivian Richman's song plays.

  • Aired on April 9, 1968.

Episode 38[edit]

Mr. Rogers demonstrates exercises by using the handlebars from an exercise machine. Sara Saturday, who had been frightened a week earlier by the monster, is also welcomed to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

  • Aired on April 10, 1968.
  • (Queen) Sara Saturday is introduced in this episode.

Episode 39[edit]

The Neighborhood of Make-Believe is preparing to hold a reception party for Sara Saturday. Handyman Negri goes to a men's fashion show at the Museum-Go-Round so he can find the perfect outfit for the reception.

  • Aired on April 11, 1968.

Episode 40[edit]

The reception party for Sara Saturday takes place.

  • Aired on April 12, 1968.

Episode 41[edit]

Corny, X and Henrietta have various actions to the rain in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

  • Aired on April 15, 1968.

Episode 42[edit]

Lady Aberlin gives X the scarf that she had promised for him. In turn, X gives her a walnut, and she takes it to the new trading tower that Grand-père has established.

  • Aired on April 16, 1968.

Episode 43[edit]

John Reardon appears for the first time. King Friday asks him to make an opera, and Reardon gets started on it right away.

  • Aired on April 17, 1968.

Episode 44[edit]

Reardon holds auditions for his opera while Mrs. Frogg provides the costumes. Sara Saturday also has to babysit during the opera so Henrietta decides to be a babysitter in the opera.

  • Aired on April 18, 1968.

Episode 45[edit]

During Reardon's opera, Lady Aberlin hires Henrietta to look after Donkey Hodie.

  • Aired on April 19, 1968.
  • This is the first opera within the Mister Rogers' Neighborhood series.

Episode 46[edit]

Mr. Rogers gets a haircut while discussing with the barber how it doesn't hurt. The same barber also cuts Corny's hair.

  • Aired on April 22, 1968.

Episode 47[edit]

Marion and Nicholas Petrov visit the Neighborhood of Make-Believe dressed up as both X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat. They dance in both costumes and in leotards.

  • Aired on April 23, 1968.

Episode 48[edit]

Chef Brockett, who is in apple-giving mood, gives apples, applesauce and apple juice.

  • Aired on April 24, 1968.

Episode 49[edit]

Mr. Rogers uses drinking straws to demonstrate the use of blowing soap bubbles. Mrs. Rubin also shows paintings that were all done with straws.

  • Aired on April 25, 1968.

Episode 50[edit]

Mr. McFeely brings over a battery operated steam shovel. Dr. Marchl enjoys Grand-père's machine because it responds to all French words. Marchl then talks with Henrietta and X about the way boys and girls do things differently.

  • Aired on April 26, 1968.

Episode 51[edit]

Mime Walker pantomimes Goldilocks and the Three Bears as Grand-père tells the story. Rogers also gets to see a real trained bear.

  • Aired on April 29, 1968.

Episode 52[edit]

In the Television house, Katie Lewin tells Mr. Rogers how puzzles are made. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri and Daniel organize their own play retitled as "Benjamin Franklin and the Three Bears" at the request of X.

  • Aired on April 30, 1968.

Episode 53[edit]

Mr. Rogers discusses Benjamin Franklin and reads about Franklin as a boy. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe expands their play into becoming "Goldilocks, Benjamin Franklin, and the Three Bears".

  • Aired on May 1, 1968.

Episode 54[edit]

Alder demonstrates how heat causes things to change. X prints signs to advertise the play. King Friday wants a part in it and the title is expanded to "King Friday, Goldilocks, Benjamin Franklin and the three bears".

  • Aired on May 2, 1968.

Episode 55[edit]

The Neighborhood of Make-Believe stages the play "King Friday, Goldilocks, Benjamin Franklin and the three bears".

  • Aired on May 3, 1968.

Episode 56[edit]

Mr. Rogers brings in a basket of vegetables. Chef Brockett also shows cooked vegetables to both Rogers and the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

  • Aired on May 6, 1968.

Episode 57[edit]

Mr. Rogers discusses rabbits. Henrietta gets cheered up by a familiar face.

  • Aired on May 7, 1968.

Episode 58[edit]

Mr. Rogers talks about the arrival of a new baby. Meanwhile, Corny is too busy to spend a lot of time with Joey Hollingsworth. King Friday is also unwilling to give too much time either.

  • Aired on May 8, 1968.

Episode 59[edit]

Mr. Rogers demonstrates the use of three tools, a hacksaw, a hammer, and a screwdriver. Handyman Negri also fixes Rogers' sink. Tadpole Frogg expresses his sadness for thinking he had broken a fountain.

  • Aired on May 9, 1968.

Episode 60[edit]

Mr. Rogers demonstrates using a clown marionette. A dance recital is prepared in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. King Friday tries to blunt the dance rehearsal by forbidding applause and moving the start time forward, so he can woo Sara Saturday.

  • Aired on May 10, 1968.

Episode 61[edit]

Mr. Rogers makes mud pies and a dam. Professor Fitzpatrick illustrates the difference between a calm sea and a rough sea. Corny and Joey Hollingsworth dig a well for which Hollingsworth is assigned to sell rockers.

  • Aired on May 13, 1968.

Episode 62[edit]

With pipes now carrying water into Corny's factory, Corny sends a water-filled goblet and cup to King Friday.

  • Aired on May 14, 1968.

Episode 63[edit]

Mr. Rogers warms some wiener buns in his oven so that Chef Brockett and Mr. McFeely can enjoy them. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, everyone has turned their attention on the fire that has completely burned down Corny's factory.

  • Aired on May 15, 1968.

Episode 64[edit]

Mr. Rogers discusses firemen. He also puts on a fireman's outfit. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe gets right to work, rebuilding Corny's factory.

  • Aired on May 16, 1968.

Episode 65[edit]

Lady Aberlin, Handyman Negri, and X rebuild all of Corny's factory. Everyone donates something to help, including King Friday.

  • Aired on May 17, 1968.

Episode 66[edit]

Mr. Rogers dictates how all toys do what you want them to do. His son, John, also makes his first appearance on the show to play with model antique cars. Meanwhile, at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Corny's newly-rebuilt factory offers to help Mime Walker in his go-cart play-act.

  • Aired on May 20, 1968.

Episode 67[edit]

King Friday is ready to dedicate the new factory, but Lady Elaine senses he is afraid of elevators. This changes some of the dedication.

  • Aired on May 21, 1968.

Episode 68[edit]

Mr. Rogers attends a dance class taught by Miss Nelson and Bruce of Dimension 5 records, and is introduced to Bruce's "musical computer".

  • Aired on May 22, 1968.

Episode 69[edit]

Donkey Hodie has had no visitors at his unseen home and wants some to come.

  • Aired on May 23, 1968.

Episode 70[edit]

Everyone travels from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe to the unseen home so that Donkey Hodie can get visitors all day long.

  • Aired on May 24, 1968.

Episode 71[edit]

Mr. Rogers brushes his teeth in the kitchen sink. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. McFeely brings Donkey Hodie some mouthwash, while Sara Saturday returns to the Castle for a dance recital.

  • Aired on May 27, 1968.

Episode 72[edit]

King Friday and Handyman Negri take up a campaign against littering in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

  • Aired on May 28, 1968.

Episode 73[edit]

Lady Elaine is derided for throwing litter around as a protest. What she really has wanted is one of Chef Brockett's cookies.

  • Aired on May 29, 1968.

Episode 74[edit]

Major Smith gives King Friday a citation to start the Neighborhood of Make-Believe clean-up campaign.

  • Aired on May 30, 1968.

Episode 75[edit]

Lady Aberlin dresses up as X so she can welcome Miss Emille, who has been ill for some time.

  • Aired on May 31, 1968.

Episode 76[edit]

Dr. Marchl gets opinions from Corny, Mrs. Frogg, and Lady Aberlin. She is trying to cheer up King Friday, who has been missing Sara Saturday.

  • Aired on June 3, 1968.

Episode 77[edit]

Lady Aberlin enlists several teenagers to try to entertain King Friday.

  • Aired on June 4, 1968.

Episode 78[edit]

Handyman Negri is making a list for King Friday. At his instructions, Negri writes "Sara Saturday" on the S page and agrees that he will call her within a day.

  • Aired on June 5, 1968.

Episode 79[edit]

King Friday gets advice on how to contact Sara Saturday. Once she is reached, Sara invites him to visit her at her home.

  • Aired on June 6, 1968.

Episode 80[edit]

For a while, King Friday has been reluctant to see Sara Saturday outside the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He finally comes to a decision on this.

  • Aired on June 7, 1968.

The Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Assassination Special (1968)[edit]

A primetime special. Rogers discusses the impact of the assassinations of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy on children.

  • Aired on June 7, 1968[1]

Episode 81[edit]

John Reardon pretends to be a mailman while he visits the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. He sends a note that King Friday and Edgar Cooke are staying with Sara Saturday a few extra days. Lady Elaine, meanwhile, wants to set up a campsite at the Castle garden.

  • Aired on June 10, 1968.

Episode 82[edit]

Hugh Wright sets up a tent both outside Rogers' television house and in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Lady Elaine is using the tents as the centerpiece for her upcoming opera.

  • Aired on June 11, 1968.

Episode 83[edit]

Lady Elaine is beginning to develop her own opera, but Reardon has no idea what kind she is making with camping equipment. At lady Elaine's behest, he gets his own covered wagon.

  • Aired on June 12, 1968.

Episode 84[edit]

Lady Elaine is a campsite owner in the opera and is not pleased with some guests that appear.

  • Aired on June 13, 1968.

Episode 85[edit]

After he brings in a kitten, Rogers and Miss Emile reflect on one of Vija Vetra's dances.

  • Aired on June 14, 1968.

Episode 86[edit]

Lady Elaine won't remove the tents from the castle garden, so Handyman Negri dresses as a great crested grebe to try and scare her away.

  • Aired on June 17, 1968.

Episode 87[edit]

Rogers has got a new aquarium. His first fish to go in it are two catfish. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin tries to remove the tents from the Castle garden.

  • Aired on June 18, 1968.

Episode 88[edit]

Mr. McFeely brings two piglets into the television house. A visitor to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe coaxes Lady Elaine to move her tents to Someplace Else.

  • Aired on June 19, 1968.

Episode 89[edit]

Having been away for a while, King Friday returns to the neighborhood bearing gifts.

  • Aired on June 20, 1968.

Episode 90[edit]

King Friday announces that everyone will get a big surprise next week.

  • Aired on June 21, 1968.

Episode 91[edit]

Rogers builds a wood frame. Handyman Negri is building a new balcony on the castle.

  • Aired on June 24, 1968.

Episode 92[edit]

Rogers and Mr. McFeely take care of two ducks that have wondered onto the porch before seeing the Vagabond Marionettes' production of Rumpelstiltskin.

  • Aired on June 25, 1968.

Episode 93[edit]

A special guest is supposed to enter the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Lady Aberlin takes Lady Elaine's boomerang. But the guest's identity remains a secret, and in her frustration Lady Aberlin accidentally turns King Friday upside down.

  • Aired on June 26, 1968.

Episode 94[edit]

Lady Aberlin pantomimes the growth of a plant in the television house. She also presents a flower arrangement for Sara Saturday, who is revealed to be the special guest.

  • Aired on June 27, 1968.

Episode 95[edit]

King Friday prepares Sara Saturday's room in the castle.

  • Aired on June 28, 1968.

Episode 96[edit]

Mr. McFeely shows Rogers how to blow bubbles by using liquid detergent. He also gives out liquid detergent samples to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Meanwhile, Daniel thinks that King Friday and Sara Saturday will marry.

  • Aired on July 1, 1968.

Episode 97[edit]

After Rogers tries on different shoes, Handyman Negri sees that communication with the Neighborhood of Make-Believe is intact. A dance teacher and her students also perform a few steps.

  • Aired on July 2, 1968.

Episode 98[edit]

Mr. Farnum and his daughter Cindy Farnum discuss stones and how they are cut and polished for jewelry. Then Mr. Anybody makes his first visit. He decides he'll be a stonesmith today. Mr. Anybody gives stones to several neighbors in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. King Friday selects a stone for mounting on rings.

  • Aired on July 3, 1968.

Episode 99[edit]

The Neighborhood of Make-Believe celebrates Scottish Day.

  • Aired on July 4, 1968.

Episode 100[edit]

Rogers shows the comparison between two different scales: one to weigh groceries and one to weigh humans. Nurse Miller gives physicals to the neighbors. Lady Elaine refuses to cooperate, turning King Friday upside-down.

  • Aired on July 5, 1968.

Episode 101[edit]

Rogers demonstrates several types of different whistles. Mr. Anybody plays a whistle in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and gives one to the Trolley.

  • Aired on July 8, 1968.

Episode 102[edit]

Rogers pretends to give aid to a sick person. Nurse Miller also gives a shot to Tadpole Frogg who is sick.

  • Aired on July 9, 1968.

Episode 103[edit]

Rogers talks of playing with toys and reads the poem of The Land of Counterpane by Robert Louis Stevenson. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tadpole Frogg and Lady Aberlin pretend to roller skate. Lady Aberlin finds out that King Friday and Sara Saturday are in the R Room of the Castle.

  • Aired on July 10, 1968.

Episode 104[edit]

Rogers makes drums out of tin cans and listens to a real drummer. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mr. Anybody anchors a neighborhood orchestra.

  • Aired on July 11, 1968.

Episode 105[edit]

Rogers demonstrates how the xylophone works. John Costa, who is on the accordion, joins Rogers on several song duets. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe orchestra holds a concert for King Friday and Sara Saturday.

  • Aired on July 12, 1968.

Episode 106[edit]

Rogers discusses fairy tales. He reads Little Red Riding Hood and explains what parkas are. Mr. McFeely shows a parka his children sent him for his upcoming birthday. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin and Daniel play peek-a-boo, which involves some other neighbors. As a kind act, Lady Aberlin gives hoods to several neighbors.

  • Aired on July 15, 1968.

Episode 107[edit]

Rogers is weaving a basket for Mr. McFeely's birthday. Bernie Jessol, Lowell Meek, and Akeba Blazia also perform gymnastics at the Castle.

  • Aired on July 16, 1968.

Episode 108[edit]

Rogers brings in a mother turtle and a baby turtle. Miss Emilie shares a book about animals. She also shares with Corny and Henrietta what gifts they will give for Mr. McFeely's birthday.

  • Aired on July 17, 1968.

Episode 109[edit]

Jan Zandhuis presents a small glass bicycle to Rogers that he made for Mr. McFeely's birthday. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Daniel has a gift for Mr. McFeely, but accidentally he breaks it.

  • Aired on July 18, 1968.

Episode 110[edit]

Rogers' television house is the site of Mr. McFeely's birthday party. King Friday and Sara Saturday offer a gift.

  • Aired on July 19, 1968.

Episode 111[edit]

Rogers discusses how a piano works and then shows a film on how people make pianos. Van Cliburn plays piano at the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

  • Aired on July 22, 1968.

Episode 112[edit]

Rogers shows how to express your anger on the drums. Dr. Marchl tells Lady Elaine Fairchilde the difference between reality and dreams.

  • Aired on July 23, 1968.

Episode 113[edit]

Lady Elaine has trouble sleeping in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe.

  • Aired on July 24, 1968.

Episode 114[edit]

Lady Elaine wants to turn King Friday upside-down with her Boomerang, but it backfires and the whole Neighborhood turns upside-down.

  • Aired on July 25, 1968.

Episode 115[edit]

Rogers pretends to ride a camel through the sand, while Donkey Hodie is bothered by sand blowing from Lady Elaine's sandbox.

  • Aired on July 26, 1968.

Episode 116[edit]

Lady Aberlin and Handyman Negri don a horse costume in which they dance for King Friday and Sara Saturday.

  • Aired on July 29, 1968.

Episode 117[edit]

Rogers shows how a foot measurer works. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe begins preparations for a fair.

  • Aired on July 30, 1968.

Episode 118[edit]

Rogers displays an assortment of Native American clothing and witnesses Native American dancers with actor Iron Eyes Cody. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Elaine Fairchilde wants to be a cowgirl for the fair. Both King Friday and Daniel Tiger demonstrate activities at their booths.

  • Aired on July 31, 1968.

Episode 119[edit]

Officer Clemmons arrives to show what a badge represents. He then issues a permit for the Neighborhood of Make-Believe street fair.

  • Aired on August 1, 1968.

Episode 120[edit]

It's raining in the neighborhood, so Rogers brings in his umbrella. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe appears sad because the rain there is threatening to spoil the street fair.

  • Aired on August 2, 1968.

Episode 121[edit]

Rogers, Chef Brockett, and Mr. McFeely decorate doughnuts. Joey Hollingsworth returns to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and shares with Chef Brockett a magic recipe for peanut butter cookies.

  • Aired on August 5, 1968.

Episode 122[edit]

Rogers shows how to use a pair of flippers and an inner tube for scuba. A scuba diver discusses the equipment that she uses. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Joey Hollingsworth and Daniel Tiger sail a boat in the Froggs' pond.

  • Aired on August 6, 1968.

Episode 123[edit]

Rogers brings in light bulbs. Scientist Alder has flashlights and the batteries that make them work. X anticipates his gift from Joey Hollingsworth.

  • Aired on August 7, 1968.

Episode 124[edit]

Rogers talks about all sorts of sports that are played with a ball (such as football, soccer and baseball). In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Joey Hollingsworth performs a dance with a magic ball.

  • Aired on August 8, 1968.

Episode 125[edit]

Rogers sets up a punching bag, explaining how some people punch a bag when they are angry, saying that rules must be followed in boxing. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe has a surprise for Joey Hollingsworth.

  • Aired on August 9, 1968.

Episode 126[edit]

Rogers discusses the difference between a rooster and a hen. He also makes a chicken marionette.

  • Aired on August 12, 1968.

Episode 127[edit]

Lady Aberlin draws portraits of Corny and Daniel for a book for Sara Saturday, who is going away for a while.

  • Aired on August 13, 1968.

Episode 128[edit]

Rogers explains the meaning of the word "disappear," which isn't always literal. The Neighborhood of Make-Believe bids goodbye to Sara Saturday, but she and King Friday declare that she will return.

  • Aired on August 14, 1968.

Episode 129[edit]

Robert Troll makes his first visit to the Neighborhood of Make-Believe because he wants to see Sara Saturday in Westwood. However, he must wait a day for Westwood's wise women.

  • Aired on August 15, 1968.
  • Robert Troll is introduced in this episode.

Episode 130[edit]

Robert Troll is still appreciative. Fortunately he meets Gloria Onque, one of Sara Saturday's wise women. She is about to meet with King Friday.

  • Aired on August 16, 1968.
  • This is the last episode in the series history to be broadcast in black and white. This is the only season to be aired in this way, and is also the only season with more than a hundred episodes in a single year.