I like to remember those special times in the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. And I like to remember the times right here in this television house. Sometimes remembering is like play, like playing the same thing over again. It isn’t enough to play something only once, is it? No, I don’t think so. I know a little boy who wanted to play fireman for a long time over and over again. He didn't want to get his friends to play it with him. There was so much he wanted to understand about fireman and what he felt about them. He even thought when he grew up, he wanted to be a fireman. You know, you can plan what you would like to do tomorrow, or when you’re bigger, or even what you’d like to be when you get grown-up, the way we imagine what Tad might be when he gets grown-up. That’s why, your play is so important. Sure. As you play, you’re planning your own future. It’s very important. Sure it is.