Mister Rogers talks about the games of peek-a-boo and hide-and-go-seek, and why some people cry when playing a game. He says it is unkind to laugh at someone who is crying, but kind to try to understand why they are crying. He shows two different kinds of bowling balls and then goes to a bowling alley with Mr. McFeely. They do some bowling, talk about it, learn how the pinsetter works, and watch Marilyn Barnett teaching some children how to bowl. Mister Rogers talks about putting away toys and how beneficial play and pretend are for growing up. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, the team is dressed and ready, but must decide what to play. Daniel suggests hide-and-go-seek, and the entire team hides. Lady Elaine finds them by turning everything upside down with her Bommerang-Toomerang-Soomerang. She rights them after King Friday says that she has won. Bob Dog claims all on the team are winners because they all had fun. When he leaves, Randy gives Lady Elaine his outfit, and she suggests that they all go bowling.