Though a common rumor claims that Mr. Rogers wore sweaters on his show to cover up large arm tattoos, he actually wore them to create a formal, but not stiff, appearance for working with children. Mr. Rogers did not have... More »

Beloved children's television icon Fred Rogers, known more commonly as Mr. Rogers, was frequently seen wearing cardigans that were knitted by his own mother, Nancy Rogers. These cardigans, which tended to have zip closur... More »

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Beloved children's television icon Fred Rogers, known more commonly as Mr. Rogers, was frequently seen wearing cardigans that were knitted by his own mother, Nancy Rogers. These cardigans, which tended to have zip closur... More »

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Fred Rogers, popularly known as Mr. Rogers, did not have any tattoos. The assertion that Rogers had tattoos is one of many unfounded rumors regarding an alleged criminal past. More »

Fred Rogers, who hosted the show "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood," had no tattoos on his arms or elsewhere. The rumor has roots in Roger's choice to wear long sleeves while in character on his television program. It is ofte... More »

Mr. Food was a renowned cookbook author who did write some of the recipes for his TV show, particularly in the show's earlier years. As the Mr. Food brand grew, however, a test kitchen was created in which a team of chef... More »

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As of July 2015, Sean Hannity has never made an appearance on "The Daily Show," although long-time host Jon Stewart aired clips of the Fox News host multiple times. Hannity also has leveled criticism at Stewart, leading ... More »

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