Mister Rogers remembers a time he and and a teenager who is a Paralympic swimmer went swimming together. In Make- Believe King Friday goes swimming and discovers that his crown is missing. Mister Rogers talks about different ways to share.
Mister Rogers visits a sculptor who finds throw-away objects and recycles them into whimsical sculptures. Mister Rogers makes a sculpture too. In Make-Believe, Lady Elaine has her own ideas about "sharing." She just takes things she wants.
Mister Rogers shows an apple and video of how people make apple juice in a factory. He helps children know that it's not just "things" that people share, we can also share something we know with someone else. Teachers do that all the time.
Mister Rogers visits a paper sculptor and sees how a he makes his unique art. In Make-Believe, Lady Elaine learns that she can't just take what she wants. Mr. McFeely brings a fig bar to share and a video showing how people make them.
Bill Nye "the Science Guy" stops by to show a science experiment using baking soda and vinegar to blow up a balloon. Mister Rogers shows a video of dump trucks at a construction site, and In Make-Believe, all that was lost is found.
There's a visit with the juggling group, the Flying Karamazov Brothers, a video of how people in a pasta factory make macaroni and talk about liking you "just the way you are." In Make-Believe, X the Owl is giving free flying lessons.
Magician David Copperfield teaches Mister Rogers how to do a magic trick. It takes lots of practice. In Make-Believe, X is giving flying lessons, and there's a video of what the world looks like from a bird's point of view.
Mister Rogers visits with the Uptown String Quartet and listens carefully to how each of the instruments sounds alone and together. In Make-Believe, Prince Tuesday gets hurt when he thinks his "magic hat" can make him fly.
Mister Rogers brings a sleeping bag and a video of how people make them. In Make-Believe, the neighbors are learning that adults make rules because they want children to be safe. And there's a visit with a woman who makes bean bag dolls.
Mister Rogers brings a hula hoop and watches as others perform with them. It takes a lot of practice to use a hula hoop. In Make-Believe, the neighbors are learning to be more careful. And there's a video of babies learning how to walk.