In this exciting one-hour adventure movie, Yadina Riddle goes on a journey into the past to meet some of the great female trailblazers in history. From those heroes, including Jackie Joyner-Kersee (Athlete), Amelia Earhart (Pilot), Junko Tabei (Mountain Climber), Sally Ride (Astronaut) and Nellie Bly (Journalist), Yadina Riddle learns that just because something’s never been done before, it doesn’t mean you can’t do it! Even if that something is becoming the first female President of the United States of America!
The museum is making a brand new Hero Exhibit, and the gang gets to help build it. Yadina wants to add something special to the exhibit - a president. She decides to pick a girl president, but all the presidents are boys. Yadina wonders how she can do something that's never been done before, and the answer is, to go to the Secret Museum. The kids try all sorts of entrances but almost get noticed by people. Eventually, they go inside the painting, but the painting looks different this time, it's of Great-Great Grandma Riddle instead of a bald man with glasses.
When the gang gets to the podium, the artifact is.....a five-point star. It doesn't even show them the hero, the year, or __cpLocation. The kids decide to travel in time anyways. Once they do so, they end up back at the Secret Museum and half the artifacts are gone. Yadina finds a mysterious woman who copies her every move. She doesn't say who she is, or how she knows who Dr. Zoom is. She just says that she's here to help the gang. Yadina explains the situation to her and asks how she can do something that's never been done before. The lady answers that they'll need to have an adventure. They run up to the podium and find the star again. The lady explains that the star is a puzzle, and to complete it, they need to meet five different heroes. The kids then agree to travel back in time.
His tweet included a picture of a water bottle saying "Yadina Riddle President 2056". Given that she is approximately 6 years old sometime during the years of 2018-2020 (see timeline), this would indicate that she would be in her late thirties when running.
Amelia Earhart is visited for a second time, making her the first historical hero to be visited twice.
Also, her moral in this special is different from the one featured in her debut episode.
This is the first installment of the franchise to feature five heroes: Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Amelia Earhart, Junko Tabei, Sally Ride, and Susan B. Anthony.
Sally Ride is the first LGBTQ+ character to appear in the series, as she had a relationship with a woman. However, no reference to it is made in the movie. Otherwise, the special would be banned in Alabama.
However, towards the end, a very tiny rainbow flag can be seen at the bottom of her statue at the Museum.
Jackie Joyner-Kersee is the first hero in the series to still be alive.
Some screencaps, renders, and morals for Kersee, Earhart, and Tabei were revealed on the Hero Maker game.
This movie reveals that the gang's great-great-grandparents founded the museum.
This is the very first installment of the television series to feature an on-screen death, as Berby briefly dies after she runs out of power. However, she comes back to life.
The movie was nominated for an Annie Award.
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