Games need rules

Mister Rogers arrives with a book about letters and talks about reading as a set of rules that one must follow. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Handyman Negri tells King Friday about the rocket. The king says there will be no rocket without his rules. Corney uses the “Y” from the alphabet book for a launching pad. The rocket lands on the castle. King Friday insists on more rules for the rocket. Mister Rogers talks about the necessity of rules in all games. He pretends to play a ball game and then talks about real rockets.