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Episode 1737

Episode 1737
Topic Noisy and Quiet
Air Date February 16, 1999

Mister Rogers arrives with a plant wrapped in paper and tied with a ribbon. He takes it to the kitchen to unwrap before singing You're Growing. Visiting a nearby dance studio, Mister Rogers watches as Milla Kogos teaches a class of young students learning to use ribbons as part of their dance routine.

In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Henrietta is still ringing her new bell and X the Owl is growing quite frustrated. As Bob Dog arrives, Henrietta shares that she thinks there are beings from another planet in the Neighborhood. X and Bob Dog are sworn to secrecy.

At the castle, Neighbor Aber encounters a flying ribbon before Prince Tuesday comes out wearing an outer space costume. Neighbor Aber helps the Prince attached a sound effect box to his costume which frightens X, Henrietta, and Bob Dog.

Back at the house, Mr. McFeely stops by with a videotape about how people make ribbons.


Notes

  • Bob Dog and Neighbor Aber touch fingers as Bob Dog says "Doot." This was typically something shared between Robert Troll and his neighbors, not Bob Dog.
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Appearing In This Episode


Guests

  • Milla Kogos

Songs


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Episode Credits

With Fred Rogers
Neighbors: Chuck Aber, Milla Kogos, Lenny Meledandri, David Newell, Bob Trow
Special Thanks To: Berwick Industries, Citiparks/Magee Recreation Center, Russian School of Rhythmic Gymnastics
Executive Producer: Fred Rogers
Producer: Margaret Whitmer
Director: Bob Walsh
Location Director: Gary Hines
Editor: Susan Howard
Associate Producer: Michael Johnson
Location Production: Mark Adelsheim, Ed Letteri, Chris Lugar, Fred Roth
Music Directors: John Costa, Michael Moricz

Produced in association with WQED/Pittsburgh
A production of Family Communications
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