Everyone is still freaking out over Friday the 13th, so a special guest comes. Who could that be? Well, it's no one other than King Friday XIII, from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, who came to tell everyone that Friday the 13th is nothing to be scared about. They realize that it can be a fun day, and even a lucky day as well.
Continung after the events of the previous episode, The Count concurs with King Friday XIII's statement that Friday the 13th is not a superstitious day but instead is about having hopes for the future. The king tells the characters that it's important not to go through life worrying all the time, because bad luck only happens to those who expect it. But if they believe in themselves and focus on the positive, then they have nothing to worry about all through their lives. Anything is possible if you believe. Belle thought what King Friday said was beautiful and Ricky realized nothing bad has actually happened. Baby Lamb and Cow realized once the Count told them to calm down, nothing actually happened. Everyone wishes King Friday a happy birthday, making his day. King Friday is thankful and then leaves, until he falls off the bed. It could be that The Dark Slayer is responsible for it.
- Baby Lamb
- Ricky Bowers
- Alphabet Pal
- Belle Butterfly
- The Count Von Count
- Roger Rex
- King Friday XIII
- The Dark Slayer
- In the end of the episode, when King Friday fell off the bed, the Goofy holler can be heard.
- When Baby Lamb asked King Friday if he's alright, King Friday yells "FINLAND!" referencing a scene from the SpongeBob SquarePants episode "Frankendoodle".
- The clip of the house exploding came from a scene from Billy & Mandy that parodies Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, titled "Fister's House for Crazy Weirdo Made-up People".