People can make many different things

Mister Rogers is wearing a bandaid and explains that all of his hand is still there. He plays peek-a-boo with a cushion and calls Mr. McFeely to see if he knows how bandages are made. He sings about waiting. Mr. McFeely tells Mister Rogers about a surprise that can be heard at Negri’s Music Shop. Mister Rogers goes and meets Ellis Marsalis and three of his sons, Brandford, Delfeayo, and Jason, who perform an instrumental of “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” and a boogie woogie tune. They talk about being a musical family. Carl McVicker and Joe Negri join them for an instrumental version of “Sometimes Isn’t Always.” Mister Rogers talks about music and playing different kinds of instruments. He says making music together can give people a good feeling. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin talks with Trolley about things she does while she is waiting. She and King Friday talk about art, painting, and music. He plays his bass violin while she paints. The king wonders how one person can be many things. Miss Paulificate brings the telephone to Lady Aberlin. Dr. Bill Platypus asks for her help. Ana has hurt her paw and doesn’t want to wear a bandage. Lady Aberlin gives Ana a picture and Dr. Bill plays the bagpipes. While they are listening, Lady Aberlin plays with the bandage, putting it on and taking it off to the music. They talk about how one person can be many different things.