Mister Rogers talks about different sizes of batteries and shows how a flashlight works. Maggie Stewart brings in some things that use batteries. Maggie sings and signs “It’s the Style to Wear a Smile.” They talk about learning to sing and sign. Mr. McFeely shows Mister Rogers a new battery-powered delivery wagon he has, explaining the use of the brake and accelerator, and shows the batteries it runs on. Mister Rogers explains that Trolley doesn’t have batteries, but runs on electricity. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin is placing a sign about castle activities for the field trip. She and Edgar Cooke talk about the food for the field trip. Chuck Aber shows Lady Aberlin how to drive a car. At the school, when Daniel suggests that machines, fieldtrips, and teachers all enhance education, Ana, Tuesday, Harriett, Mr. Jones, and Maggie agree. Lady Aberlin takes a telephone call at Henrietta’s and King Friday tells Trolley that he is prepared for his speech. Mister Rogers says that when people get together they can get some good ideas. He says that human beings learn best and the most from other humans, especially from people who really care about them. He sings “It’s You I Like” and says the people who love you best are the ones you learn the most from, and the more you learn, the better you feel about yourself and the world we live in.