Mister Rogers arrives with a suitcase containing a teddy bear. He talks about how some people really love their teddy bears and shows a large heart cut-out he has brought with him. Also in the suitcase, is a bear costume which Mister Rogers puts on. Mr. McFeely delivers a video about how people make stuffed bears.
In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin tells Queen Sara that she is “planning a little fun.” As Lady Aberlin slips away, King Friday comes out to see how people are spending their time. The King is not happy that queen Sara is simply enjoying the day.
Back at home, Mister Rogers concludes by singing “It’s You I Like.”
In this special ASL Friends edition, the linguistically complete, natural language of American Sign Language (ASL) is modeled through expert Deaf Signers Mary Lou Novitsky and Roger Vass. Now families with young children who are deaf or hard-of-hearing have access to Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood through American Sign Language.