King Friday is jealous that the baby smiles at Queen Sara but not at him

Mister Rogers shows some pictures of parents drawn by children. He talks about children liking to be alone with a special adult. Mr. McFeely delivers a book, “Fur, Feathers, and Hair. “In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri plays his guitar for X and Henrietta. King Friday and Queen Sara ask Handyman Negri to play for Prince Tuesday. The King is upset because the baby smiles at Queen Sara but not at him. Finally the prince smiles at his father and the king is very proud. Mister Rogers explains that babies usually smile first at the person who takes care of them the most. Mr. McFeely brings an Old English sheepdog for Mister Rogers to see.