When the mum-of-three is not writing, you can find her floating in the pool, watching princess movies, frolicking on the beach, bouncing her baby to sleep or nagging her older kids to put on their pants. As he ran, Mayor Humdinger is in the vehicle announcing the steps of their grand masterplan. They then reverse the vehicle and start driving away with Ryder landing next to Chase. He then builds a food-making robot to demonstrate but it fails to his dismay. The pups soon reach the meteor and are amazed by the golden glow it was giving out. As the vehicle approached, Marshall did so and made the wheels on the vehicle stuck, stopping Harold in his tracks.
They are then bombarded by loud cheers from the people of Adventure Bay for saving the day. He then decides to clear Adventure Bay away from the impact and has Everest to clear the beach while they clear the town area. Mayor Goodway agrees with the plan and leads Marshall and Zuma towards her trampled tulips. Chase then questions Ryder on his decision commenting on his previous flaws, but is encouraged by Ryder, saying that a good leader never gives up and that he has faith in him. As they reach the top, they are greeted by Ryder, who flies in from above using a jet-pack.
To the pups shock, a giant robot was revealed. With a small bounce, Farmer Al is saved, and he thanks them for the help. As the pups take cover, Chase notices the meteor heading towards him and he runs for cover. Back at the bottom of the Lookout, Chase briefs the pups that they need to find a way up to the Lookout and rescue Ryder. This colourful presentation is jam-packed with action, but in its undercurrent, it also delivers a positive message of what makes a great leader.
Chase then asks Zuma and Everest to create solid ice at both rockets and they do so immediately, causing the rockets to stop working. He then lifts off into the sky with amazement but soon regrets it upon forgetting to place an off-switch. Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters See our Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Grab your excited little ones and make an appointment with the mighty pups from Paw Patrol. He then asks Marshall to use his paws to melt the nets trapping him, Zuma and Everest, and Rubble to use his super strength to break Rocky and Skye free. Despite this, Chase finds another way through their difficulties and asks Marshall to use his bubble blaster to shut off the rockets on the robot. As soon as Farmer Al starts falling upon his popped balloon, Ryder quickly orders Chase to catch him using his net.
He immediately disagrees and ends the call. However, as Zuma places his paws on the meteor, he releases a powerful jet of water, pushing the meteor forward and soaking Harold all over. He then calls out Everest to freeze the vehicle as it falls, hindering their movement. As he does so, Harold flies onto the Lookout and decides to make it his new headquarters before getting the meteor. Harold misses Chase whenever he tries to catch him and when his over-sized helmet blinds him, Chase releases his drag chute and makes Harold run into a nearby cliffside.
However, as he is about to announce another step, they are stopped by Chase with a warning. Chase then calls for help and is asked by Ryder to prepare his ball launcher. The pups are back and bigger than ever. Marshall then warms them up using his paws and melts the snow pile into a puddle. It fails, but he does not give up. Upon the weird things happening to the pups, Rocky comments that something weird was happening and when he raises his right paw, he creates super tools in the sky.
Glowing cracks of luminous light bestow secret superpowers on the puppies as they approach and there are some really sweet and humorous moments as they clumsily discover and fine-tune their magical new skills. The pups all start looking all over the robot as the clock ticked. The duo then head towards Adventure Bay towards Town Hall. Soon after, the ground around them begins to shake and the Lookout starts glowing. As Mayor Humdinger mocks the pups over the big screen, Ryder gets atop the Lookout and orders the Humdingers to stop. They all agree in excitement and they all run towards the lift, as the meteor emits its final glow. As Ryder rushes to their aid, the falling meteor passes the Lookout and causes it to gain a thunder-like aura and the ground around it to shake.
Tickets will be sent directly to the winners. As they drive, Harold activates the tinted windows option on their vehicle to keep anonymous but is hindered from seeing properly. Rubble then asks on what they were going to do with the meteor and is recommended by Mayor Goodway for it to not be put in Town Hall. As they came out, Rocky then decides that they all check out the meteor and the pups all run towards it with excitement without a disappointed Chase. Everest then reports in to tell Ryder that everyone was cleared and chances upon the fallen meteor. Ryder then asks the pups to look out the Lookout window and to their surprise, the Lookout launcher transformed into a landing pad. Image: Handout Parents will also be glad to know that they haven't got to sit through a full feature length film worth of Paw Patrol antics.
He then comments that the rock was too high a temperature to push but is assured by Zuma. Harold then decides to build a super vehicle to steal the meteor in Town Hall together with his uncle. Age: 3-6 About Nick Jr. After reuniting with Marshall with Rubble and Zuma, Chase exclaims that Ryder was the best leader a pup could have, and they all agree. A mysterious asteroid is heading to the make-belief shores of Adventure Bay.