Mister Rogers demonstrates a Neighborhood of Make-Believe board game and says that games don’t play themselves, they need people to play them. Mrs. McFeely delivers a large green ball. Suzie McConnell stops by and shows Mister Rogers some drills she uses to improve her basketball skills. They talk about learning and teaching. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the team is being outfitted for their first game. Queen Sara excuses herself to do something else she enjoys. Bob Dog talks about the time he just didn’t feel like playing a game with his friends. His friends thought he was mad, but he told them he would rather play some other time. Lady Aberlin helps Daniel put on his outfit, explains the word outfit to him, and says that both winning and losing are acceptable. Lady Aberlin and Daniel asks X the Owl and Henrietta Pussycat to join the team. X and Henrietta say that they thought everyone was mad at them because they were the last to be asked. Randy Caribou brings them outfits with an updated team name on them. Mister Rogers and Mr. McFeely watch a tape of a group of people, called Dance Alloy, rolling around on large green balls to music. Mister Rogers and Mr. McFeely try doing some of the same motions on the large green ball. Mister Rogers says learning some things takes lots of trying and hard work but gives one a good feeling afterward.