|Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1980) - Bill Bixby, Fred Rogers, Lou Ferrigno|
It's a perfect mix of geek and nostalgia, but there are some pretty surreal moments. Like when Bill Bixby explains that he liked to go to his playhouse and get mad saying, "It's okay to be angry and it's alright to let it out as long as we don't hurt anybody else and as long as we don't hurt ourselves." This from the man who transforms into a giant green rage-monster. There's also the scene in part two where Mister Rogers talks to a shirtless Lou Ferrigno and watches him put on the Hulk makeup before trying it on himself.
At the end of part one Rogers shows that you don't have to have superpowers to be special and sings the moving song "It's You I Like." That guy always had a way of making you feel special and that's true at any age.
What do you think of the video? If you saw the show, what was your favorite part of Mister Rogers or the Hulk?
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