|THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE - All Things Mister Rogers|
Mister Rogers arrives with a pitch pipe and compares the sound of various pitches. He makes a call to Francois Clemmons in hopes that Mr. Clemmons might be giving a voice lesson. Mister Rogers learns that Johnny Costa and his grandson are visiting Mr. Clemmons and he is invited to join them.
At Francois Clemmons' studio, Mister Rogers joins the others as they play the piano and remember the last time Mr. Costa's grandson -- John John -- visited the Neighborhood. Mr. Clemmons sings What Can You Hear.
Returning to his house, Mister Rogers sets up the Neighborhood of Make-Believe models in the kitchen and encourages viewers to make up their own story about the current situation in Make-Believe with the malfunctioning telecan.
Mr. McFeely, feeling much better, stops by to show Mister Rogers how he has been practicing sitting still. He has just delivered a new electric piano to Francois Clemmons and invites Mister Rogers back to the studio to see it. After Mr. Clemmons demonstrates the new piano, Mrs. McFeely arrives for her voice lesson. Before Mister Rogers leaves, Francois Clemmons informs him that the Browns are out of town for a few days and have left the Neighborhood of Make-Believe marrionettes behind in case he wanted to borrow them. Mister Rogers borrows the King Friday marrionette.
Back at his house, Mister Rogers puts away the Neighborhood of Make-Belive models as he sings You Are Special.
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