Mister Rogers shows how to make a silhouette of a hand. He has brought a silhouette of a man. In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Lady Aberlin is drawing a portrait of Corney. The picture is so like him that he worries that the picture is him. Lady Aberlin shows him that the portrait is just paper. Daniel agrees to pose for her, too. It’s difficult for him to remain still. Lady Aberlin is sympathetic to how hard it is for him. When she is finished she lends Daniel a paper punch and paper. Lady Aberlin puts the portraits together for Sara Saturday in a book. Lady Aberlin is surprised to learn that Sara Saturday is going away for a while. The book will remind her of everyone while she is away. After the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Mister Rogers makes a silhouette of the trolley.