Watch as Mr. Rogers eats a new American classic—banana with a single slice of American cheese. Immerse yourself in his gentle journey. Imagine what he might’ve smoked beforehand. Slow it down, reverse it, bop it, pop it, twist it, jam it, but don’t eat it.
When Honey Booboo and other godawful reality shows clog the airwaves, there's only four people you can call. Carl Sagan. Mr. Rogers. Bill Nye the Science Guy. Bob Ross. Together, they are the PBS Avengers, and this world would be a better place if this video were real.
Mr. Rogers was a fixture in the homes of millions of children from 1968-2001. Most of us spent our formative years in his neighborhood. So it's only fitting that he's gotten one of the most delightful tributes we've ever seen.
1968 was not only a great time because the entire nation was in political and social upheaval, but because it produced videos of Mr. Rogers mildly geeking out over a synthesizer. Considering how relatively mundane a device like this is today, it's funny to see the expression on the face of our PBS neighbor. He looks…