How People Make Blue Jeans

Mister Rogers talks about costumes and puts on Bob Trow’s dog costume. Marilyn Barnett stops by to show some exercises that need two people. Mister Rogers explains and demonstrates what “spotting” means in gymnastics. Bob Trow stops by to pick up the dog suit and participates in the exercises. They agree that the most important thing is the person inside the costume. Mister Rogers says that it is good to talk about important issues with other people. He sings “It’s the Style to Wear a Smile.” Mr. McFeely brings a video called “How People Make Blue Jeans” and shows off his new jeans. He and Mister Rogers agree that no matter what you wear, it’s the inside of you that matters most. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri is exercising with the birds outside the castle. King Friday tells Negri to give the birds and Bob Dog their three-cornered hats. Bob Dog tries on several different hats until he gets one that fits. King Friday restates his rule that everyone must wear a three-cornered hat. Bob Dog talks to Chuck Aber and learns that Lady Elaine is spending alot of time in her “will not” room. Daniel shows Bob Dog the hat that he made for his imaginary friend Malcolm Apricot Dinko. James Michael Jones, Chuck Aber, and Bob Dog discuss why Lady Elaine will not wear a three-cornered hat. She states that she will wear what she wants. Chuck tells Edgar Cooke to give King Friday the message that Negri is still at work inspecting the neighborhood.