We don't stop needing to know Mr. Rogers' message:
When the video was over and Mr Rogers had changed his sweater, he launched into his end-of-show spiel. You know, the one that goes something like, "You are so special and important. You're the only person just like you in the whole world. You make the world a better place, just by being in it." (Keep in mind, Mr. Rogers is far more eloquent and poignant than my crappy memory permits me to be.)
It was at this point in the show that I lost it. My eyes welled up ridiculously and I started to cry. I don't know what's wrong with me. I found this show aimed at pre-schoolers to be far too touching. It was like Mr Rogers was talking directly to me.