Fred Rogers: [hosting "MisteRogers' Neighborhood"; from trailer] Hello, neighbor.
Lloyd Vogel: What's it like to be famous?
Fred Rogers: Fame is a four-letter word. What matters is what we do with it.
Andrea Vogel: [from trailer] You okay?
Lloyd Vogel: I'm profiling Mr. Rogers.
Andrea Vogel: Lloyd, please don't ruin my childhood.
Fred Rogers: [from trailer] We are trying to give the world positive ways of dealing with their feelings.
Lloyd Vogel: Yeah, like what?
Fred Rogers: There are many things you can do. You can play all the lowest keys on a piano at the same time.
Fred Rogers: There... There is no normal life that is free from pain.
Lloyd Vogel: [to Mr. Rogers; from trailer] This piece will be for an issue about heroes. Do you consider yourself a hero?
Fred Rogers: You know, death is something many of us are uncomfortable speaking about.
Fred Rogers: I hope you know that you made today a very special day by just your being you. There's no one in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are.
Fred Rogers: I don't think anybody can grow unless he really is accepted exactly as he is.
Lloyd Vogel: [to Mr. Rogers; from trailer] You love broken people, like me.
Oprah Winfrey: What do you think is the biggest mistakes parents make in raising their children?
Fred Rogers: Not to remember their own childhood. I think that the best thing that we can do is to..think about what it was like for us and know what our children are going through.
Oprah Winfrey: But you know what? It's so hard once you get to be a parent. You always say, I will never do this, when your parents are doing it to you. You say, I will never do this to my child. And then you get to our age and you forget what it was like to be this size.You really do forget.
Fred Rogers: Well, but those children can help re-evoke what it was like. That's why, when you're a parent, you have a new chance to grow.