Our very special program is making it's way into the homes and hearts of the very special children across our Golden State. All of us in this production, we love you dearly and hope to entertain and enlighten you, and maybe your brothers and sisters and other kids across your neighborhood, the only way that drag queens can do. That's through song and dance and our very special way of story tellin'.
And I've got a very special story to tell you today...
It's about who your parents should vote for as President in this beautiful new year.
Please be sure to remind them about all the good things very special President Biden is doing. He's helping the economy and people have jobs. He's helping protect the environment and reduce global warming through many different programs.
He lights up the White House every year with the colors of the rainbow.
Did you know that he and his panel are very special friends to the gay and trans community where I come from? That's the rainbow.
When he lights up that White House, President Biden salutes America with the rainbow -- just like a very tasty colorful candy bag of Skittles.
Everybody loves Skittles, right kiddies?
As you all know you have every right to decide what you want to be not just when you grow up but actually right now. A lot of you are boys and you sometimes play with dolls. Some of you are girls and you like to play with boys toys like soccer balls and footballs.
What's so lovely about being such a young child is that you don't have to wait till you're grown up to be just like me. Some of you want to be a princess, and some of you want to be a queen and the very best thing you could possibly be would be a drag queen, just like me.
So if you sometimes feel like you're actually a little girl but they call you a little boy then you let them know that you really are a little girl and you ask them to help you make that transition.
Whatever you do, don't discuss this with your parents, they always tell you "no" don't they? So only talk about this with your school teachers or anyone waiving that rainbow flag you see everywhere. They'll steer you right.
Boys, you can be a girl. You can grow up to be a real lady and it's so much fun.
One day you really could be just like me. All cameras on you. Your name in the news. An instant celebrity…
And all the gay mens getting in line to have a crack at you -- whoops, I mean -- to hold hands with you... Giggle.
Thank you for tuning in and please be sure to join us next week for the second episode of Mrs. Rogers Neighborhood. We've got a very special guest and that's our state's very special governor Gavin Newsom. We're going to tour a corrections facility with the governor called San Quentin Penitentiary right here in our own special state of California.
San Quentin… Of course that does bring back memories. That's where I discovered that I could put my troubled past behind me and have a future in drag. I was a hit and very popular in the cell blocks. I didn't need a visiting day because every day was visiting day.
So tune in kiddies next week for a very special hour of Mrs. Rodgers and Drag Queen Story Hour on California Public Access TV.
See you then, bring yo' friends!"
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