PBS has been running a "Like" Drive on Facebook, and releasing some classic content online as rewards for reaching milestones. Regardless of whether you "Like" PBS (in the Facebook sense of the term), you'll love this weirdly calming Mister Rogers video in which he and Mr. McFeely do a sort of play-by-play watching how toothpaste is made (or at least was made) at a toothpaste factory. While it's not an in-person visit to the factory, it's a nostalgic timewarp to your childhood. Enjoy!
"It's fun to watch the mixing." Yes, yes it is.
For more Mister Rogers goodness: Mr. Rogers Sings “Won’t You Be My Neighbor?” Spanning 33 Years; Mr. Rogers and His Lifetime Achievement Emmy (Get Ready to Cry at Work); A Mr. Rogers Quiz; and the perennial favorite 15 Reasons Mister Rogers Was the Best Neighbor Ever.