Height and weight

Mister Rogers shows how a grocer’s scale is used to weigh produce. Mr. McFeely delivers a scale like those found in doctors’ offices. He and Mister Rogers take turns, each weighing the other. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Nurse Miller is giving physical examinations. She reports her findings to Dr. Frogg. Sara Saturday and King Friday are in good health. They have both gained some weight, however, presumably from the corn bread they have been eating. Lady Elaine Fairchilde is afraid that getting weighed and measured will hurt, so she hides. After she turns King Friday upside down, he suggests that she is upsetting others because she is upset herself. He wants to hold her to force her to be weighed and measured. Nurse Miller says it will be better if she agrees to the examination. Lady Elaine allows herself to be weighed and measured because Nurse Miller agrees to stop anytime Lady Elaine wishes. The whole exam is completed and Lady Elaine is very proud.