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Remember Mr. Rogers On His Birthday By Watching Him Breakdance [Video]

Today marks what would have been Fred Rogers’ 86th birthday. Unfortunately, we all lost our favorite TV neighbor back in 2003. Mr. Rogers taught all of us some very important lessons during our childhoods, but he also learned some lessons along the way.

In this video, Mr. Rogers’ neighbor Jermaine teaches him how to breakdance.

I have to say that Jermaine was a much better breakdancer than Mr. Rogers, but for a guy whose “dancing” usually just consisted of changing his shoes and putting a different sweater on, Mr. Rogers held his own.

We should all wear a stylish and sensible cardigan today in his honor.

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