In the episode titled “Doc McStuffins Goes to Washington,” a group of children visit 1600 Pennsylvania for a tour, and Mrs. Obama honors them for making a difference in their communities.
— The First Lady (@FLOTUS) September 26, 2015
The First Lady later appoints Doc McStuffins to the position of “official toy doctor” at the White House. As Madame Noire reports, this isn’t the first time the FLOTUS has partnered with the series. Last year, she also held a Veterans Day celebration at the White House where she screened a special episode of the series for military families.
Mrs. Obama’s episode airs October 5 on Disney Junior, which is also Child Health Day.
Watch a sneak peek from “Doc McStuffins Goes to Washington” below.
Meanwhile, during her appearance on the “Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Monday, Michelle confessed that she’s most looking forward to being able to open a window when the first family moves out of the White House.
“One day as a treat, my lead agent let us have the windows open,” Mrs. Obama recalled. “It was five minutes out” from Camp David.
She stopped by the show to promote her latest campaign to encourage educational opportunities for girls across the world.
As TIME reports, First Lady Michelle “announced #62MillionGirls over the weekend, part of her Let Girls Learn initiative, at the Global Citizen Festival in New York. The goal is to bring attention to the 62 million girls around the world who are not in school, in order to spark conversation and change.”
“Our goal is to make sure every girl on the planet gets the opportunity that our girls get,” Mrs. Obama said, speaking about her and the President’s two teenage daughters.