Up and down

Mister Rogers talks about sitting down and standing up. He uses a toy car garage with an elevator and a ramp to illustrate the motions of up and down. Mr. McFeely takes Mister Rogers to a building that has an escalator and elevator and they ride in an open-glass elevator that allows them to see outside. Mister Rogers says you can use your imagination if you do not have toys. He sings “It’s You I Like” and says that your real friends like you for who you are rather than what you have. He says it’s a good feeling when you realize you can be a real friend yourself. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri plays the guitar while King Friday’s pet birds dance. Then he goes to Corney’s factory to operate a pulley and move some rockit chairs up and down for Corney. They sing together, “I’m a Man Who Manufactures.” Handyman helps Mr. McFeely deliver a hydraulic platform to Lady Elaine at the museum. It has a pedal that makes it go up and down. X the Owl talks about flying and Cornflake gives a rocking guitar holder to Handyman.