As in past presentations, the narrator makes a roll call of the presidents, with a spotlight briefly illuminating each one, who nods at the audience when his name is called. After George W. Bush, though, Obama’s name does not immediately follow. Instead, the George Washington animatronic stands up and delivers a brief speech, explaining to his audience that he only had the confidence to take office because he took an oath, just thirty-five simple words that have been repeated by every president ever since.

This provides the cue for Obama, and he recites the oath of office.