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  • Mr. Rogers
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  • He was a police officer.
  • Mr. Rogers is the father of Shaggy. He and his wife are the owners of Dada-Doo and Mumsy-Doo. In his early years, he was a police officer for Coolsville.
  • When Willona accepts a house detective position offered by Mr. Rogers, the head of the Security Department at the department store where she works as a boutique section clerk (the store is presuambly a Marshall Field's store) which she applied for, part of her job requires her to constantly spy on her to make sure Willona is doing her job watching, through a hidden two-way mirror which connects to video cameras installed in the dressing room stalls of the store, for possible shoplifters, which means, she also has to contend with Miss Johnson, her immediate supervisor, who, as part of her job, has to constantly snoop on Willona the same way, through a similar camera installed in the security camera video room, assuring that she is doing her job!
  • Fred McFeely Rogers, better known as Mr. Rogers, was the popular host of the children's show Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, which ran for over thirty years in the United States of World One's Earth. He died of cancer in 2003, to the dismay of many. Mr. Rogers was also one of the largest advocates of public television and its benefits, and supported it vocally; in 1969, he defended the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in the U.S. Senate, to great effect.
  • Mr. Rogers started out as an ordinary man in an ordinary neighborhood. But Mr. Rogers wasn't an ordinary man. When he was a mere three days old, Jesus Christ came down from Heaven and whispered into Fred's ear. Three-day-old Fred nodded to show he understood, and Jesus blessed him for life. During the Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny, Mr. Rogers saw so much fighting and completely lost it. He ran around and injured or killed all of the combatants. He celebrated his victory for about five seconds, then he realized that he was a murderer. He then killed himself from grief.
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Job
  • Police officer
Eyes
  • Black
Series
  • Good Times
Affiliation
  • Coolsville police force
Hair
  • Brown, later gray
Actor
Name
  • Mister Rogers
Caption
  • Gordon Jump as Mr. Rogers in "Willona, the Fuzz" in Season 5.
FirstApp
  • TNS&SDS: Wedding Bell Boos!
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Species
  • Human
Description
  • Reprimands Miss Johnson, who reprimands Willona, whom he hired as a house detective, for allowing a potential shoplifter to go
Occupation
  • Head of Security department, Marshall Field's store, Chicago, IL
Episodes
  • "Willona, the Fuzz"
Family
Gender
  • Male
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  • He was a police officer.
  • When Willona accepts a house detective position offered by Mr. Rogers, the head of the Security Department at the department store where she works as a boutique section clerk (the store is presuambly a Marshall Field's store) which she applied for, part of her job requires her to constantly spy on her to make sure Willona is doing her job watching, through a hidden two-way mirror which connects to video cameras installed in the dressing room stalls of the store, for possible shoplifters, which means, she also has to contend with Miss Johnson, her immediate supervisor, who, as part of her job, has to constantly snoop on Willona the same way, through a similar camera installed in the security camera video room, assuring that she is doing her job! Just as Willona is about to quit the job, Mr. Rogers comes into the security video room to talk to Miss Johnson, as it turns out that the department store has a problem with trust issues, as Miss Johnson was also being "watched" by Mr. Rogers, who was figuring it was why as he says "we couldn't keep any people in security anymore!"; it turns out that he himself was being watched by his boss, the VP of Personnel in the store, who wanted them all to come to his office!
  • Mr. Rogers started out as an ordinary man in an ordinary neighborhood. But Mr. Rogers wasn't an ordinary man. When he was a mere three days old, Jesus Christ came down from Heaven and whispered into Fred's ear. Three-day-old Fred nodded to show he understood, and Jesus blessed him for life. Many years later, Mr. Rogers decided to watch some good ole fashion UnAmerican telly. He turned it on, and you know what he saw? Bombs, pies, and bombs in pies. He was disgusted, so you know what he did about it? He complained about it on the internet! No, he went and did something about it (a feat few humans are capable of). He started his own show, and quickly became the most famous man named Mr. Rogers. During the Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny, Mr. Rogers saw so much fighting and completely lost it. He ran around and injured or killed all of the combatants. He celebrated his victory for about five seconds, then he realized that he was a murderer. He then killed himself from grief. He is now believed to be residing in Heaven. Some suspect that he is in Celebrity Heaven, but others say he decided to go into regular Heaven because that's where his neighbors were. To this day, it is unknown what Heaven Mr. Rogers went to.
  • Mr. Rogers is the father of Shaggy. He and his wife are the owners of Dada-Doo and Mumsy-Doo. In his early years, he was a police officer for Coolsville.
  • Fred McFeely Rogers, better known as Mr. Rogers, was the popular host of the children's show Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood, which ran for over thirty years in the United States of World One's Earth. He died of cancer in 2003, to the dismay of many. Mr. Rogers' legacy is that of his personality, which most people know from his TV career but which was also his genuine personality outside of the studio. He acted as a reassuring friend, a helpful neighbor, and a shoulder for Cold War-era kids to cry on. Despite this, he never pulled punches, using his show to help kids deal with difficult topics like separation and death in addition to comforting common childhood fears (for example, he once reassured viewers that being afraid of getting sucked down the drain in the tub is quite silly, explaining that you wouldn't fit). He advocated channeling anger and destructive energy into creative areas, in particular music. Mr. Rogers was also one of the largest advocates of public television and its benefits, and supported it vocally; in 1969, he defended the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in the U.S. Senate, to great effect. Despite his appearance as a very polite gentleman, pop culture and urban myths try to perpetuate rumors that Mr. Rogers is quite deadly or foul. These are occasionally funny, but mostly just stupid.
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