Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Debut: February 19, 1968
Ended: August 31, 2001
Debut: February 19, 1968
Ended: August 31, 2001

Originally titled "MisteRogers' Neighborhood" the show premired in 1968 on PBS's predesessor NET, first showing episodes in black & white and later in color. In each episode, long-time host and children's TV star Fred Rogers would talk with the viewer directly on camera about a wide range of topics even going into topics other children's shows tried to avoid such as death, war, and divorce. The show was compared with the fast pace and somewhat randomness of Sesame Street as being slow paced and easy to follow. Rogers would often go outsde his TV house and around the Neighborhood to places such as Chef Brockett's Bakery and Joe Negri's music shop. In others he would visit an all new place such as a factory. Other episodes featured videos of topics such as how something is made. Every episode included a trip to the Neighborhood of Make Believe where the topic of the day's episode and the week's episodes were put into a story. Over the course of its run the show has won several Emmy Awards and is the second-longest running PBS show only under Sesame Street.

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Quotes
Various Neighbors: "Correct as usual, King Friday."
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Announcer: "The people who gave the money for this television visit are the people of this and other public television stations, and the Sears Roebuck Foundation."
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Cornflake S. Specialty.: "Would you mind turning off the motor?"
Lady Aberlin: "Okay (She touches the wrong switch)"
Cornflake S. Specialty: "Oh no, not that one. (To the right switch) this one."
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Lady Elaine Fairchild: "Hey, toots!"
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Mr. Rogers: "I'll be back next time! Bye!"
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Announcer: "The people who gave the money to make "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" are the people who contribute to this and other public television stations, The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and the Sears Roebuck Foundation."
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Mister Rogers: "You always 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 exactly as you are. I'll be back next time. Bye bye."
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Mr. McFeely: "If there's anything you want, if there's anything you need, McFeely's Delivery brings it to you here with speed. Yes our Speedy Delivery is a speedy delivery, Speedy Delivery to you!"
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King Friday XIII: "Propel, propel, propel you craft, slowly through liquid solution. Ecstatically, ecstatically, ecstatically, ecstatically, Existence is but an illusion."
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King Friday: "Niece Aberlin, I presume?"
Betty Aberlin: "Correct as usual, Uncle Friday."
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Mister Rogers: "You always make each day a special day. You know how: by just your being you! There is no one else in the world just like you."
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Mister Rogers: "Hi, neighbor. Glad we're together again."
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Lady Elaine Fairchild: "Boomerang, toomerang, soomerang!"
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King Friday: "Charles R. Aber, I presume?"
Chuck Aber: "Correct as usual, King Friday."
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Mister Rogers: "I'd like you to meet my television neighbor."
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Nurse Miller: "I know you're a man, Corny, a grown up man and I'm very proud of what you can manufacture and I'd like to see what your new lathe can do. -Nurse Miller"
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Lady Aberlin: "Lady Aberlin: [the trolley approaches] Oh hi, Trolley. Is it time to go back to reality now? -Lady Aberlin"
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King Friday XIII: "Ugh. Fortune cookies! Pitching bucket balls! Following balloons! What are these neighborhoods coming to? -King Friday XIII"
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Mr. McFeely: "Speedy Delivery!"
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Fred Rogers: "Won't you be my neighbor! -Fred Rogers"
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