Mister Rogers' Neighborhood

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Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, also known as Mister Rogers, is an American children's television series that was created and hosted by Fred Rogers. It aired from 1968 to 2001.

Fathers and Music part 3[edit]

Mister Rogers: [as his grandson was about touch Trolley control switch] Uh, that doesn't make it work. Unless it's on the track.

It's Such a Good Feeling/Usual show closing[edit]

Mister Rogers: [sings] It's such a good feeling,
To know you are alive.
It's such a happy feeling.
You're growing inside.
And when you wake up, ready to say,
"I think I'll make a snappy new day".
It's such a good feeling,
A very good feeling,
The feeling you know,
That I'll be back when the day is new. [he used "day" for Monday through Thursday episodes, but "week" for Friday episodes]
And I will have more ideas for you.
Then you will have things you'll want to talk about.
I will too.
[After Fred Rogers finishes his song, he says the usual closing before he leaves and the episode wraps up.]
Mister Rogers: You make each day a special day. You know how? By just your being you. There's only one person in this whole world like you. And that's you. And people can like you just/exactly as you are. I'll be back next time. Bye-bye!

Funding Spiels (1968-1979)[edit]

Mister Rogers: [voice over] The people who gave the money to make Mister Rogers' Neighborhood are the people who contributed to this and other Public Television Stations, the Corporation of Public Broadcasting, and The Sears Roebuck Foundation.
[These were the funding credits from 1968 through 1979 --episodes from 1968-1979. In episodes after 2000, he adds a "We thank you". It was not "Viewers Like You", but in episodes after 2000, "We thank you" was added.]

Funding Spiels (1979-1991)[edit]

Mister Rogers: [voice over] The people who gave the money to make Mister Rogers' Neighborhood are the people of/who contributed to this and other Public Television Stations, and The Sears Roebuck Foundation.

Funding Spiels (2001-present)[edit]

Mister Rogers: [voice over] The people who gave the money to make Mister Rogers' Neighborhood are the people who contributed to this and other PBS stations and the Corporation of Public Broadcasting. We thank you. [in episodes after 2000]

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