House numbers

Mister Rogers puts together a doll house. He has furniture and a doll family with parents, a little boy, and a baby. The boy and his father visit the grandparents’ house in the kitchen. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, King Friday instructs Lady Aberlin to put a number on each house starting with the castle. Lady Aberlin doesn’t think the neighborhood needs numbers and that King Friday ordered this so he can be number one. Despite Lady Aberlin’s hesitation, the neighbors respond positively to numbering their homes. Then Lady Aberlin realizes that the Eiffel Tower should be one, and not the castle.