Roller skates

Mister Rogers shows how he would play with his toys in bed when he was ill as a child. He reads “The Land of Counterpane,” a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson. Betty Aberlin comes by on roller skates with a pair for Mister Rogers. They skate together. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tad is feeling much better, but his mother wants him to play at the fountain for a few days. He would like to roller skate, so he and Lady Aberlin pretend to skate at the fountain. X joins their game. He doesn’t know how to skate because he flies. Henrietta no longer skates; now she climbs. When Lady Aberlin goes to show King Friday her skates, she is told that he and Sara Saturday are in the R room listening to records.