Mister Rogers fits a square onto his shape sculpture. He builds a square frame out of wood and talks about different kinds of houses. Mister Rogers plays hide-and-seek and gives Handyman Negri a frame to fit the king’s portrait. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Tad is sad because he doesn’t know anyone in Westwood. Lady Aberlin explains that animals, not children, are in cages at the children’s zoo. King Friday won’t give permission for the Froggs to move until the curator position is filled. He expects Lady Aberlin to find a new curator and has a portrait of himself prepared as a goodbye gift.