Fred Rogers says he's baffled by the slick look and frantic pace of many shows outside his television "neighborhood." "All I know is that I'm offering myself as I am and as I do. What I'm creating is not something false to me," the host of "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood" said in an interview with Parents magazine. "And there must be those who feel that their truth is in this kind of mayhem." Rogers says honesty is what he aims to give the children who watch his program. "That's what I long for them to have - as many honest adults in their lives as possible," he said. "What I believe, and hope comes through on the program, is that each person is unique, that each person is valuable, and that each of us longs to be loved."