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Daniel's Neighbors Help

Episode: 215b
Air Date: September 10, 2015
Previous Episode: 215a - Looking For Snowball
Next Episode: 216a - Daniel Makes a Mistake
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Mom Tiger is feeling sick and Dad Tiger is taking care of her. So his dad can stay home with his mom and sister, Daniel goes to school with Miss Elaina and her mom. On his way to school, Daniel starts to show signs of feeling under the weather himself.

At school, the children are excited to make puppets but Lady Elaine and Teacher Harriet agree that Daniel should go home.

Back at his house, Daniel gets cozy on the couch with Mom Tiger. Dad Tiger brings him some orange juice and tissues. Daniel make-believes that he flying though clouds made of tissues.

Having heard that the Tigers weren't feeling well, X the Owl stops by with a collection of books for the family to enjoy. Daniel's dad is reading him a "Tigey the Adventure Tiger" book as Mr. McFeely delivers get well cards from all of Daniel's friends at school. Lady Elaine returns to the Tiger's house, as well, with a pot of homemade soup before Miss Elaina and her dad bring Daniel a special puppet she made for him at school.


  • "A neighbor is here to help."


Appearing In This Episode

Live Action Segment

The live action segment following this episode includes a girl helping her friend to train a puppy.



Teacher Harriet and Lady Elaine Fairchilde remind Daniel that "if you're sick, rest is best." This strategy is the focal point of Episode 135.

During the closing song --A Neighbor is Here to Help -- clips from a few previous episode are used include Episode 133 and Episode 213b.

This episode is included on the DVD Daniel Goes To The Doctor.



Episode Credits

Story by Angela C. Santomero & Becky Friedman
Written by Jill Cozza Turner
Created by Angela C. Santomero
Based on the work of Fred Rogers

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