History Series / MisterRogersNeighborhood

14th Jul '16 7:27:35 PM Jeduthun
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* DropInCharacter:
** Mr. [=McFeely=], the delivery man, who, in a ShoutOut of CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming proportions, was named after Rogers' maternal grandfather, the first person to ever tell him that he could make life special just by being himself. Ironically, however, the character was actually supposed to be named Mr. [=McCurdy=], after the show's benefactor. But the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, one of the show's funders, called the producers and told them that they objected to the idea.
** Queen Sara Saturday was named after Rogers' wife, Sara Joanne Rogers, nee Byrd.

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* DropInCharacter:
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DropInCharacter: Mr. [=McFeely=], the delivery man, who, in a ShoutOut of CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming proportions, was named after Rogers' maternal grandfather, the first person to ever tell him that he could make life special just comes by being himself. Ironically, however, the character was actually supposed to be named (more or less OnceAnEpisode) with a package for Mr. [=McCurdy=], after the show's benefactor. But the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, one of the show's funders, called the producers and told them that they objected to the idea.
** Queen Sara Saturday was named after Rogers' wife, Sara Joanne Rogers, nee Byrd.
Rogers.



%% * FriendToAllChildren: Fred Rogers, famously so.

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%% * FriendToAllChildren: Fred Rogers, famously so.so. His entire show, his career, and even his life embodies this trope in its best and purest form.



* {{Tuckerization}}: Queen Sara was named for Mr. Rogers's wife. Miss Paulifficate was named for his children, Paul, Elizabeth ("Iffy"), and Kate. [=McFeely=] was his own middle name and his mother's maiden name.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: {{Tuckerization}}:
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Queen Sara Saturday was named for Mr. Rogers's wife. after Rogers' wife, Sara Joanne Rogers, nee Byrd.
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Miss Paulifficate was named for his children, Paul, Elizabeth ("Iffy"), and Kate. Kate.
** Mr.
[=McFeely=] was his Fred Rogers' own middle name and his mother's maiden name.name. In a ShoutOut of CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming proportions, Rogers' grandfather [=McFeely=] was the first person to ever tell him that he could make life special just by being himself, and Rogers paid homage to that idea in the name and in his own CatchPhrase. (Ironically, however, the character was actually supposed to be named Mr. [=McCurdy=], after the show's benefactor. But the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, one of the show's funders, called the producers and told them that they objected to the idea.)



%% * UrsineAliens: The Purple Panda.

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%% * UrsineAliens: The Purple Panda.Panda comes from Planet Purple.
27th Jun '16 6:00:17 AM longWriter
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** In the second season of ''WesternAnimation/BillAndTedsExcellentAdventures'', those two righteous dudes were shocked and totally bummed out to learn that their favourite childhood show, [[WritingAroundTrademarks Mr Radish's Condo]], is about to be cancelled because [[GoodIsOldfashioned kids today don't want his brand of sweetness]]. Cue Wyld Stallyns trying to make him stay... [[StopHelpingMe and making things a lot worse for him]]. Eventually, Mr Radish decides to [[WereStillRelevantDammit change his image completely]], ending up as a TotallyRadical rocker, which Bill and Ted initially consider to be most excellent... until they realise [[WhatHaveIDone that maybe this was perhaps a most]] {{egregious}} [[CaptainObvious error in judgement]]. Thankfully, [[DeusExMachina Rufus shows up]] with Ted's bratty brother, who points out to Mr. Radish that you should BeYourself, [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped for your own sake if nothing else]]. Mr Radish agrees, and changes back into his [[CostumeInertia red sweater]].

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** In the second season of ''WesternAnimation/BillAndTedsExcellentAdventures'', those two righteous dudes were shocked and totally bummed out to learn that their favourite childhood show, [[WritingAroundTrademarks Mr Radish's Condo]], is about to be cancelled because [[GoodIsOldfashioned kids today don't want his brand of sweetness]]. Cue Wyld Stallyns trying to make him stay... [[StopHelpingMe [[UnwantedAssistance and making things a lot worse for him]]. Eventually, Mr Radish decides to [[WereStillRelevantDammit change his image completely]], ending up as a TotallyRadical rocker, which Bill and Ted initially consider to be most excellent... until they realise [[WhatHaveIDone that maybe this was perhaps a most]] {{egregious}} [[CaptainObvious error in judgement]]. Thankfully, [[DeusExMachina Rufus shows up]] with Ted's bratty brother, who points out to Mr. Radish that you should BeYourself, [[SomeAnvilsNeedToBeDropped for your own sake if nothing else]]. Mr Radish agrees, and changes back into his [[CostumeInertia red sweater]].
19th May '16 3:11:05 PM Ezclee4050
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* {{Tuckerization}}: Queen Sara was named for Mr. Rogers's wife. Miss Paulifficate was named for his children, Paul, Elizabeth ("Iffy"), and Kate.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: Queen Sara was named for Mr. Rogers's wife. Miss Paulifficate was named for his children, Paul, Elizabeth ("Iffy"), and Kate. [=McFeely=] was his own middle name and his mother's maiden name.
15th May '16 7:43:52 AM Doug86
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** In an episode of TheSimpsons, Homer responds to a PBS pledge drive only to get the free goodies. When he attempts to get out of paying up his promised donation, several PBS characters are sent to 'persuade' him.

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** In an episode of TheSimpsons, ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', Homer responds to a PBS pledge drive only to get the free goodies. When he attempts to get out of paying up his promised donation, several PBS characters are sent to 'persuade' him.
10th May '16 9:28:59 AM Briguy52748
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* {{Kayfabe}}: Averted breaking of the trope when Carroll Spinney and the Children's Television Workshop objected to Rogers' idea to have Spinney remove his Big Bird costume on camera, as a way of Rogers explaining the difference between make-believe and reality. Spinney did agree to appear (as Big Bird) in the "Neighborhood of Make-Believe" segments, and then on the regular show talk about his career and puppetry. Rogers did make a few sly remarks, however, about fantasy creatures.
** Early in the series' run, Rogers and his supporting cast referred to the "Neighborhood of Make Believe" as a real place, before this was quietly dropped.
2nd Mar '16 12:12:24 PM VenomLancerHae
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* DropInCharacter
** : Mr. [=McFeely=], the delivery man, who, in a ShoutOut of CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming proportions, was named after Rogers' maternal grandfather, the first person to ever tell him that he could make life special just by being himself. Ironically, however, the character was actually supposed to be named Mr. [=McCurdy=], after the show's benefactor. But the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, one of the show's funders, called the producers and told them that they objected to the idea.

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* DropInCharacter
DropInCharacter:
** : Mr. [=McFeely=], the delivery man, who, in a ShoutOut of CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming proportions, was named after Rogers' maternal grandfather, the first person to ever tell him that he could make life special just by being himself. Ironically, however, the character was actually supposed to be named Mr. [=McCurdy=], after the show's benefactor. But the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, one of the show's funders, called the producers and told them that they objected to the idea.
2nd Mar '16 12:10:19 PM VenomLancerHae
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* AcmeProducts / BrandX: Since the show aired on non-commercial PBS, and Rogers himself was strongly against consumerism on children's TV, any grocery products featured on the show were of the made-up "Neighborhood" brand (for example, [[http://www.neighborhoodarchive.com/images/mrn/episodes/1039/snapshot20130326045023.jpg Neighborhood Cat Food]]).
* AerithAndBob: King Friday and Queen Sarah.
** Averted in that Queen Sarah's last name was Saturday.
* AllLovingHero: Mr. Rogers. Pretty much this in real life, too. He was an ordained Presbyterian minister, but he never once mentioned it on his show. He never wore it as a hat or on his sleeve; he just continued to practice his life in that quiet little way he always had. Certain [[TheFundamentalist fundamentalist]] preachers hated him because, apparently not getting the "kindest man who ever lived" memo, they would ask him to denounce homosexuals. Mr. Rogers's response? He'd pat the target on the shoulder and say, "God loves you just as you are." Rogers even belonged to a "More Light" congregation in Pittsburgh, a part of the Presbyterian Church dedicated to welcoming LGBT persons to full participation in the church. He was also a vegetarian, saying "I don't want to eat anything that has a mother."

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* AcmeProducts / BrandX: Since the show aired on non-commercial PBS, and Rogers himself was strongly against consumerism on children's TV, any grocery products featured on the show were of the made-up "Neighborhood" brand (for example, [[http://www.neighborhoodarchive.com/images/mrn/episodes/1039/snapshot20130326045023.jpg Neighborhood Cat Food]]).
* AerithAndBob: King Friday and Queen Sarah.
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Sarah. Averted in that Queen Sarah's last name was Saturday.
* AllLovingHero: AllLovingHero:
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Mr. Rogers. Pretty much this in real life, too. He was an ordained Presbyterian minister, but he never once mentioned it on his show. He never wore it as a hat or on his sleeve; he just continued to practice his life in that quiet little way he always had. Certain [[TheFundamentalist fundamentalist]] preachers hated him because, apparently not getting the "kindest man who ever lived" memo, they would ask him to denounce homosexuals. Mr. Rogers's response? He'd pat the target on the shoulder and say, "God loves you just as you are." Rogers even belonged to a "More Light" congregation in Pittsburgh, a part of the Presbyterian Church dedicated to welcoming LGBT persons to full participation in the church. He was also a vegetarian, saying "I don't want to eat anything that has a mother."



* BigFriendlyDog: Bob Dog.

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%% * BigFriendlyDog: Bob Dog.Dog.
* BrandX: Since the show aired on non-commercial PBS, and Rogers himself was strongly against consumerism on children's TV, any grocery products featured on the show were of the made-up "Neighborhood" brand (for example, [[http://www.neighborhoodarchive.com/images/mrn/episodes/1039/snapshot20130326045023.jpg Neighborhood Cat Food]]).



* ChristmasSpecial: ''Christmastime with Mister Rogers'' (1977)

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%% * ChristmasSpecial: ''Christmastime with Mister Rogers'' (1977)(1977) which is about.



* CrossOver: Mr. Rogers encountered Big Bird on ''Series/SesameStreet'', visited with real life pal ''Series/CaptainKangaroo'', and also showed up in ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''.

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* CrossOver: CrossOver:
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Mr. Rogers encountered Big Bird on ''Series/SesameStreet'', visited with real life pal ''Series/CaptainKangaroo'', and also showed up in ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}''.



* DeadpanSnarker: Lady Elaine Fairchilde.

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%% * DeadpanSnarker: Lady Elaine Fairchilde.



* DropInCharacter: Mr. [=McFeely=], the delivery man, who, in a ShoutOut of CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming proportions, was named after Rogers' maternal grandfather, the first person to ever tell him that he could make life special just by being himself.
** Ironically, however, the character was actually supposed to be named Mr. [=McCurdy=], after the show's benefactor. But the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, one of the show's funders, called the producers and told them that they objected to the idea.

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* DropInCharacter: DropInCharacter
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Mr. [=McFeely=], the delivery man, who, in a ShoutOut of CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming proportions, was named after Rogers' maternal grandfather, the first person to ever tell him that he could make life special just by being himself.
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himself. Ironically, however, the character was actually supposed to be named Mr. [=McCurdy=], after the show's benefactor. But the Sears-Roebuck Foundation, one of the show's funders, called the producers and told them that they objected to the idea.



* EpisodeCodeNumber: The first season had its episodes numbered 1 to 130. When the show started broadcasting in color the next season, the numbering jumped ahead to 1001, and stayed on this track for the rest of the run.

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* EpisodeCodeNumber: EpisodeCodeNumber:
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The first season had its episodes numbered 1 to 130. When the show started broadcasting in color the next season, the numbering jumped ahead to 1001, and stayed on this track for the rest of the run.



* EverythingsBetterWithPlatypi: The Platypus Family.

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%% * EverythingsBetterWithPlatypi: The Platypus Family.



* FriendToAllChildren: Fred Rogers, famously so.

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%% * FriendToAllChildren: Fred Rogers, famously so.



** The cardigans. His mother made them all.
*** One of them is now on display in the Smithsonian. Rogers chose that one because the color looked bad on camera.

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** The cardigans. His mother made them all.
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all. One of them is now on display in the Smithsonian. Rogers chose that one because the color looked bad on camera.



%% * JustForPun: The "Adventures in Friendship" DVD contains a red cardigan sweater cover with a zipper.



* [[JustForPun Mc]]{{Feelies}}: The "Adventures in Friendship" DVD contains a red cardigan sweater cover with a zipper.



* NeverSayDie: ''Averted'' over a decade before ''Series/SesameStreet'' had to. He dealt with the death of his pet goldfish in 1970.

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* NeverSayDie: NeverSayDie:
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''Averted'' over a decade before ''Series/SesameStreet'' had to. He dealt with the death of his pet goldfish in 1970.



* NeverWorkWithChildrenOrAnimals: [[GenreSavvy Heeded this aphorism]], both to make his show more intimate, and because kids and animals are notoriously unreliable.



* PlatonicLifePartners: Henrietta and X
* PlayingGertrude: Betsy Nadas Seamans (Mrs. [=McFeely=]) was only 24 years old when she began working on the show.
** Slightly justified, since David Newell (aka Mr. [=McFeely=]) was only 28 or 29 when he debuted.
* PunnyName: Donkey Hodie. [[Literature/DonQuixote Get it?]]

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%% * PlatonicLifePartners: Henrietta and X
* PlayingGertrude: Betsy Nadas Seamans (Mrs. [=McFeely=]) was only 24 years old when she began working on the show.
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show. Slightly justified, since David Newell (aka Mr. [=McFeely=]) was only 28 or 29 when he debuted.
* PunnyName: PunnyName:
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Donkey Hodie. [[Literature/DonQuixote Get it?]]



* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Daniel Tiger! D'aaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwww!

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: RidiculouslyCuteCritter:
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Daniel Tiger! D'aaaaaawwwwwwwwwwwwww!



* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: King Friday may have a small kingdom but he rules with an iron hand.

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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething:
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King Friday may have a small kingdom but he rules with an iron hand.



* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: King Friday again. His revised version of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" is particularly impressive:

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* SesquipedalianLoquaciousness: SesquipedalianLoquaciousness:
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King Friday again. His revised version of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" is particularly impressive:



* ShoutOut: X and Henrietta, to EdwardLear's "The Owl and the Pussycat."

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* ShoutOut: ShoutOut:
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X and Henrietta, to EdwardLear's "The Owl and the Pussycat."



* SpecialGuest: Several rather big names from the world of art and music made appearances over the show's run. Wynton Marsalis, Yo Yo Ma, Van Cliburn, Ella Jenkins, Ezra Jack Keats, Eric Carle, Andrew Wyeth, Margaret Hamilton, Michael Keaton, Lou Ferrigno, Big Bird...
** Yo Yo Ma in particular appeared so frequently he could almost be called a {{recurrer}}.
*** Ma and Rogers were actually close friends, with Rogers even citing the former as one of his heroes.

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* SpecialGuest: SpecialGuest:
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Several rather big names from the world of art and music made appearances over the show's run. Wynton Marsalis, Yo Yo Ma, Van Cliburn, Ella Jenkins, Ezra Jack Keats, Eric Carle, Andrew Wyeth, Margaret Hamilton, Michael Keaton, Lou Ferrigno, Big Bird...
** Yo Yo Ma in particular appeared so frequently he could almost be called a {{recurrer}}.
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{{recurrer}}. Ma and Rogers were actually close friends, with Rogers even citing the former as one of his heroes.



* SpeciesSurname: Most of the puppets.

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%% * SpeciesSurname: Most of the puppets.



* TimeSkip: ''Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood'' also qualifies as this, since it will feature the original Neighborhood of Make Believe characters as the new main characters' parents.

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* TimeSkip: TimeSkip:
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''Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood'' also qualifies as this, since it will feature the original Neighborhood of Make Believe characters as the new main characters' parents.



* TinCanTelephone: On the original set.
* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent Transcontinental Equivalent]]: ''Series/MrDressup'' in Canada, although the show was somewhat both broader and more down to earth with the clownish costumes he used and it didn't have the equivalent of the Land of Make-Believe, the puppet characters largely came to him.

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%% * TinCanTelephone: On the original set.
* [[TransAtlanticEquivalent Transcontinental Equivalent]]: TransAtlanticEquivalent: ''Series/MrDressup'' from up north in Canada, although the show was somewhat both broader and more down to earth with the clownish costumes he used and it didn't have the equivalent of the Land of Make-Believe, the puppet characters largely came to him.



* UrsineAliens: The Purple Panda.

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%% * UrsineAliens: The Purple Panda.



* AllLovingHero: Probably the closest thing to the archetype we have in real life.
* BadassPacifist: If ever a man was this, it was Mr. Rogers.
** Take a look at this [[http://xkcd.com/767/ XKCD strip]] and try to say this is an exaggeration.
** Mr. Rogers once faced down a [[HauledBeforeASenateSubCommittee hostile U.S. Senate committee]] that was threatening to cut a $10 million government grant for Creator/{{PBS}}. He simply gave a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXEuEUQIP3Q six-minute speech]] describing his TV show. The grant was ''increased'' to $20 million.
** He was also cited as a key witness in the [[AmericanCourts Supreme Court]]'s decision that home recording technology was fair use. Think about that: The man could persuade [[UsefulNotes/AmericanPoliticalSystem the U.S. government]] to change their minds on a controversial policy issue ''simply by talking to them''. Now that's {{badass}}.
** When [[Advertising/TheBurgerKing Burger King]] had a series of TV commercials featuring a NoCelebritiesWereHarmed spokesman, "Mister Rodney," promoting their food, Mr. Rogers took issue with his likeness being used for commercialism and politely asked them to cease and desist. Burger King, a massive multi-million dollar corporation, pulled all the ads ''immediately,'' and the VP he spoke with later remarked to the press, "Mister Rogers is one guy you donít want to mess with, as beloved as he is."
* BadassPreacher: Being an Ordained Minister and facing down the US Senate clearly qualifies Mister Rogers for this.
* BerserkButton[=/=]SacredCow: Making a derogatory comment or a sick joke about Fred Rogers while in the company of certain people can be a very, ''very'' bad idea.
** Certain people being almost anyone who grew up watching the show, for example. Considering that the show was on for [[LongRunners nearly half a century]], that is a ''lot'' of people.
*** Put it this way: 4chan, the imageboard rampant with {{Rule 34}} and infamously known by many as the cesspool of the internet, will '''fry''' you if you post any insult directed at Mr. Rogers.
* CaptainErsatz / AffectionateParody: Several instances:

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* AllLovingHero: Probably the closest thing to the archetype we have in real life.
* BadassPacifist: If ever a man was this, it was Mr. Rogers.
** Take a look at this [[http://xkcd.com/767/ XKCD strip]] and try to say this is an exaggeration.
** Mr. Rogers once faced down a [[HauledBeforeASenateSubCommittee hostile U.S. Senate committee]] that was threatening to cut a $10 million government grant for Creator/{{PBS}}. He simply gave a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXEuEUQIP3Q six-minute speech]] describing his TV show. The grant was ''increased'' to $20 million.
** He was also cited as a key witness in the [[AmericanCourts Supreme Court]]'s decision that home recording technology was fair use. Think about that: The man could persuade [[UsefulNotes/AmericanPoliticalSystem the U.S. government]] to change their minds on a controversial policy issue ''simply by talking to them''. Now that's {{badass}}.
** When [[Advertising/TheBurgerKing Burger King]] had a series of TV commercials featuring a NoCelebritiesWereHarmed spokesman, "Mister Rodney," promoting their food, Mr. Rogers took issue with his likeness being used for commercialism and politely asked them to cease and desist. Burger King, a massive multi-million dollar corporation, pulled all the ads ''immediately,'' and the VP he spoke with later remarked to the press, "Mister Rogers is one guy you donít want to mess with, as beloved as he is."
* BadassPreacher: Being an Ordained Minister and facing down the US Senate clearly qualifies Mister Rogers for this.
* BerserkButton[=/=]SacredCow: Making a derogatory comment or a sick joke about Fred Rogers while in the company of certain people can be a very, ''very'' bad idea.
** Certain people being almost anyone who grew up watching the show, for example. Considering that the show was on for [[LongRunners nearly half a century]], that is a ''lot'' of people.
*** Put it this way: 4chan, the imageboard rampant with {{Rule 34}} and infamously known by many as the cesspool of the internet, will '''fry''' you if you post any insult directed at Mr. Rogers.
* CaptainErsatz /
AffectionateParody: Several instances:



* AllLovingHero: Probably the closest thing to the archetype we have in real life.
* BadassPacifist: If ever a man was this, it was Mr. Rogers.
** Take a look at this [[http://xkcd.com/767/ XKCD strip]] and try to say this is an exaggeration.
** Mr. Rogers once faced down a [[HauledBeforeASenateSubCommittee hostile U.S. Senate committee]] that was threatening to cut a $10 million government grant for Creator/{{PBS}}. He simply gave a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yXEuEUQIP3Q six-minute speech]] describing his TV show. The grant was ''increased'' to $20 million.
** He was also cited as a key witness in the [[AmericanCourts Supreme Court]]'s decision that home recording technology was fair use. Think about that: The man could persuade [[UsefulNotes/AmericanPoliticalSystem the U.S. government]] to change their minds on a controversial policy issue ''simply by talking to them''. Now that's {{badass}}.
** When [[Advertising/TheBurgerKing Burger King]] had a series of TV commercials featuring a NoCelebritiesWereHarmed spokesman, "Mister Rodney," promoting their food, Mr. Rogers took issue with his likeness being used for commercialism and politely asked them to cease and desist. Burger King, a massive multi-million dollar corporation, pulled all the ads ''immediately,'' and the VP he spoke with later remarked to the press, "Mister Rogers is one guy you donít want to mess with, as beloved as he is."
* BadassPreacher: Being an Ordained Minister and facing down the US Senate clearly qualifies Mister Rogers for this.
* BerserkButton: Making a derogatory comment or a sick joke about Fred Rogers while in the company of certain people can be a very, ''very'' bad idea.
** Certain people being almost anyone who grew up watching the show, for example. Considering that the show was on for [[LongRunners nearly half a century]], that is a ''lot'' of people.
*** Put it this way: 4chan, the imageboard rampant with {{Rule 34}} and infamously known by many as the cesspool of the internet, will '''fry''' you if you post any insult directed at Mr. Rogers.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Averted; a blooper reel has a bleeped "sh--" in a segment where Mr. Rogers attempts to set up a tent in the back yard, only for it to fall over unexpectedly. (The segment never aired on the PBS series, but was featured several times on various DickClark ''Bloopers'' programs.)

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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Averted; a blooper reel has a bleeped "sh--" in a segment where Mr. Rogers attempts to set up a tent in the back yard, only for it to fall over unexpectedly. (The segment never aired on the PBS series, but was featured several times on various DickClark ''Bloopers'' programs.)



* UrbanLegends: Mr. Rogers was [[http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/mrrogers.asp absolutely not a sniper, child molester, or violent criminal]].

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Mr. Rogers was [[http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/mrrogers.asp absolutely not a sniper, child molester, or violent criminal]].
26th Feb '16 5:51:23 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* IrisOut: Used when they go to ''Neighborhood of Make Believe'' (via the ''Neighborhood Trolley'').
26th Feb '16 4:28:24 AM Hawaii_Knut
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* IncorruptiblePurePureness

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* IncorruptiblePurePurenessIncorruptiblePurePureness: He can even flip the bird with both hands with no malicious intent.
19th Jan '16 4:27:18 PM bkitu
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->''"It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood,''

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->''"It's a beautiful day in the this neighborhood,''
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