Nice Peter as Mr. Rogers
|Birth name||Fred McFeely Rogers|
|Born||March 20, 1928|
Latrobe, Pennsylvania, USA
|Died||February 27, 2003 (aged 74)|
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
|Rap Battle Information|
|Appeared In||Mr. T vs Mr. Rogers|
|Release Date||September 14, 2011|
|Votes on Website||91%|
|Location(s)||Mr. Rogers' House|
|Appeared In||Bob Ross vs Pablo Picasso|
|During||Second Verse of Pablo Picasso, inside of his TV|
Information on the Rapper
Fred McFeely Rogers (March 20, 1928 – February 27, 2003) was an American educator, Presbyterian Minister, songwriter, author, and television host. Rogers was most famous for creating and hosting Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968-2001), that featured his gentle, soft-spoken personality and directness towards the audience.
Hello there neighbors. My name is Fred Rogers. I'm so very glad that you're reading my bio. You're so very special to me. Children, did you know that I went to school to become a minister? Yup, but instead I started making a children's show out of my home in Pittsburgh. It started airing on PBS waaaay back in 1968. Isn't that wonderful? On my show, when I come inside, I always take off my work shoes, put on my sneakers and change sweaters. Now, doesn't that feel good? Sure it does. In my house I get letters delivered from my postman Mr. McFeely and I have a trolley that takes us to The Land of Make Believe! That's where King Friday, Prince Tuesday and Henrietta Pussycat all live. It's a magical place and I'm so glad I can share it with you. Thanks for reading my bio, I have to go now. But you know what? It's such a good feeling, a very good feeling. The feeling you know that I'll be back, when the week is new, and I'll have more ideas for you. And you'll have things you'll want to talk about. I will, too.
Hi there, neighbor.
I hope you don't mind if I change my shoes.
I'll be rocking sneakers till this battle's over.
So I don't get blood from your ugly face on my penny loafers.
I like you just the way you are, one in a million.
But it looks like the barber gave your head a brazilian.
I pity your neck, Mr. Gold chains. You've got too many.
The only gold I keep is on the shelf in my Emmys.
I teach the whole world full of children, I can tell.
You call yourself T cause you're too dumb to spell.
Watch what you say. Kids love me more than lunch.
I'm not the one with my face on some whack ass Captain Crunch.
When my plan comes together, you won't even see it coming.
I'll chop you into four black dudes and I'll remake Cool Runnings.
I'll say this once, Laurence. I hope it's understood.
Get right back in your van and get the fuck outta my neighborhood.
- Mister Rogers was referenced in Moses vs Santa Claus on Santa Claus's naughty list for being "Creepy. Rascist?", 'racist' being spelled wrong.
- Mister Rogers was the first rapper to require a stunt double (used when Rogers was break-dancing), followed by Bruce Lee and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
- Mister Rogers' background changed from the inside of his house, to his outside.
- Reused footage from Mister Rogers was used as a cameo in Bob Ross vs Pablo Picasso.
- Mr. Rogers has the third highest percentage on the ERB Website. The second being Joan of Arc, and the first being Ludwig Van Beethoven.
- He is the only one of the three who didn't face a modern musician.