List of Lab Rats episodes

Lab Rats, also known as Lab Rats: Bionic Island for the fourth season, is an American comedy television series created by Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore that aired on Disney XD from February 27, 2012 to February 3, 2016. The series stars Billy Unger, Spencer Boldman, Kelli Berglund, Tyrel Jackson Williams, and Hal Sparks.

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Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 19 February 27, 2012 (2012-02-27) November 5, 2012 (2012-11-05)
2 25 February 25, 2013 (2013-02-25) January 13, 2014 (2014-01-13)
3 23 February 17, 2014 (2014-02-17) February 5, 2015 (2015-02-05)
4 22 March 18, 2015 (2015-03-18) February 3, 2016 (2016-02-03)

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1 1 “Crush, Chop, and Burn” Victor Gonzalez Chris Peterson & Bryan Moore February 27, 2012 (2012-02-27) 101–102 1.27[4]

In the fictional town of Mission Creek, Leo and his mother, Tasha, move in with billionaire inventor Donald Davenport, Leo’s step-father. In a secret underground lab in Davenport’s high-tech home, Leo discovers three bionic superhuman teenagers named Chase, Adam, and Bree, known as the Lab Rats. Leo learns they have lived their whole lives in the lab, where they have been training their bionic abilities for future classified missions. Leo secretly takes them to his school, Mission Creek High, where their lack of experience with the outside world causes chaos, in part because their bionics can be inadvertently activated through their emotions. When Davenport finds out, he bans Chase, Adam, and Bree from having contact with the outside world. However, Leo, in appreciation for making him more popular at school, throws a party for Chase, Adam, and Bree in Davenport’s house, only to get caught when Davenport and Tasha return home during the festivities.

After disobeying his orders, Davenport decides it is best to send Chase, Adam, and Bree to his top secret facility in the Arctic to finish their bionic training. Davenport creates robot versions of them to hang out with Leo, but the real Lab Rats switch places with their replacements. However, Tasha decides that she does not want Leo to hang out with robots and tells Davenport to recycle them, not knowing they were the real children. Once at the recycling plant, Chase, Adam, and Bree use their bionics to avoid various hazards, but must backtrack when Leo arrives to rescue them. Davenport and Tasha learn of the mix-up and arrive at the plant. After seeing the children risk their lives for each other, Davenport decides to let them stay at home to complete their training. He also agrees to let them attend school, as long as they maintain their bionic secret and control their emotions to prevent further glitches.

Guest stars: Angel Parker as Tasha, Cody Christian as Kavan, Will Forte as the voice of Eddy

Note: This is a double-length special episode.

2 2 “Commando App” Victor Gonzalez Gigi McCreery & Perry Rein March 5, 2012 (2012-03-05) 103 1.16[5]

Chase, Adam, and Bree attend their first day at Leo’s school, despite Davenport’s concerns about Chase’s dangerous “Commando App”, which activates in response to a threat and transforms him into Spike, a fearless and quick-tempered individual with increased physical strength. Adam, Bree and Leo promise Davenport they will keep Chase out of trouble, but his Commando App is triggered when he encounters Trent, an unfriendly player on the school football team. As Spike, Chase defends himself against the football team, which is upset that he is sitting at their “cool table” in the cafeteria. Following the confrontation with Spike, the football team is forced to sit at a different table and subsequently loses motivation to win an upcoming game, so Principal Perry attempts to retrieve the table for them. Spike, Adam, Bree, and Leo agree to play against the team in a football game, with the winning team being allowed to keep the table for themselves. Spike and his team nearly win the game, until he reverts to Chase near the end. Meanwhile, Davenport is irritated by interruptions from Eddy, his smart home security system which has its own personality.

Guest stars: Maile Flanagan as Principal Perry, Eddie Perino as Trent, Will Forte as the voice of Eddy

3 3 “Leo’s Jam” Victor Gonzalez Heather Flanders March 12, 2012 (2012-03-12) 105 1.05[6]

Leo likes a school student named Danielle, but is unsuccessful in asking her to an upcoming school dance. When Chase learns that Danielle wants to go with someone heroic, he devises a plan in which Adam lays beneath a wall of lockers at school and uses his strength to push them up when Danielle walks by, while giving the appearance that Leo has pulled the lockers off of Adam to rescue him. However, once the plan is played out, Danielle instead becomes interested in Adam, who accepts her offer to the dance. Chase tries to convince Danielle to go with Leo instead, but she then asks Chase to the dance, which he accepts. As revenge, Leo tells Chase about a new dance craze that is actually nonexistent. At the dance, Danielle leaves Chase after he exhibits his unusual dance moves, and she winds up having a bad time with Adam as well. Leo impresses Danielle with his dance moves and gains her attention, but he decides to spend the rest of the evening with Adam and Chase, feeling sorry for them as this is their first school dance. Meanwhile, Bree likes a student named Ethan but becomes nervous when he is around. They agree to go to the dance, where he admits that he was also nervous about asking her out.

Guest stars: Angel Parker as Tasha, Garrett Backstrom as Ethan, Ginny Gardner as Danielle

Absent: Hal Sparks as Davenport

4 4 “Rats on a Train” Victor Gonzalez Ken Blankstein March 19, 2012 (2012-03-19) 107 0.86[7]

Because of a mistake by the engineer, Davenport’s high-speed bullet freight train speeds out of control toward a town, with enough toxic chemicals onboard to wipe it out. Chase, Adam, and Bree convince Davenport to send them out to stop the train, marking their first mission after years of training. Leo, upset that Davenport will not allow him on the mission, sneaks along by hiding in a bag. However, Chase, Adam, and Bree realize that Leo removed the decelerating device from the bag so he could fit in it. They devise an alternate plan to stop the train and are successful. Meanwhile, Tasha, a local news reporter, gets her first big reporting job by covering the runaway train. However, she and her cameraman have repeated trouble getting the train on camera until it is stopped.

Guest star: Angel Parker as Tasha

5 5 “Exoskeleton vs. Grandma” Victor Gonzalez Ron Rappaport April 6, 2012 (2012-04-06)[lower-alpha 1] 106 2.24[9][lower-alpha 1]

When Tasha’s mother, Rose, comes to visit the family, Tasha must pretend that Chase, Adam, and Bree are her staff to maintain their bionic secret. Meanwhile, Davenport has an upcoming web presentation in the lab, and Chase becomes upset when Leo is chosen over him to present Davenport’s new exoskeleton suit. To get back at Leo, Chase reverses the controls on the exoskeleton, but it malfunctions when Leo tries to present it. The exoskeleton is stopped but later breaks out of the lab on its own and becomes a threat to the family, while also making Rose suspicious. Chase and Leo reconcile and work together to stop the exoskeleton. Afterward, when Rose demands answers, Davenport tells her that the Lab Rats are his brother’s children, who he says he adopted after his brother fell into a volcano.

Guest stars: Angel Parker as Tasha, Telma Hopkins as Grandma Rose

6 6 “Smart and Smarter” Guy Distad Chris Peterson & Bryan Moore April 23, 2012 (2012-04-23) 110 0.82[10]

Chase launches a campaign to become Student of the Semester at Mission Creek High, by implementing ideas such as healthier food choices. However, his ideas are not well received by the students. Adam implements several ideas of his own to help Chase become popular with the students, but Chase does not acknowledge the success of Adam’s ideas, leading him to run against Chase for Student of the Semester. Bree helps Chase realize that he regularly makes Adam feel unintelligent, so he decides to help Adam win instead. Meanwhile, Leo is almost late for one of his school classes. With no one around to see her bionics, Leo convinces Bree to use her bionic superspeed to get him there while he holds onto her. Leo begins consistently using Bree’s superspeed around school despite her annoyance, eventually leading him to stop.

Guest star: Garrett Backstrom as Ethan

Absent: Hal Sparks as Davenport

7 7 “Bionic Birthday Fail” Victor Gonzalez Ron Rappaport May 7, 2012 (2012-05-07) 111 0.81[11]

Tasha wins an award for her reporting, but the awards ceremony is on the same night as Leo’s birthday. Although she plans for the family to celebrate his birthday on the following night, Leo is convinced that he will actually receive a surprise party on the night of his birthday. When Davenport and Tasha attend the ceremony, Chase, Adam and Bree decide to lock Leo in the lab while they put together a surprise party for him. Chase, Adam and Bree invite several of their favorite entertainers to the party and forget to let Leo out so he can enjoy it, only realizing their mistake after the party ends. To make it up to Leo, they let him try out their mission simulator in which they train their skills against artificial enemies.

Guest stars: Angel Parker as Tasha, Will Forte as the voice of Eddy

8 8 “Death Spiral Smackdown” Sean McNamara Gigi McCreery & Perry Rein June 7, 2012 (2012-06-07) 108 0.48[12]

For Fitness Challenge Week, Mission Creek High holds its Death Spiral Smackdown competition, in which student teams fight against each other while trying to knock opponents off a rotating platform. Leo chooses Adam as his teammate because of his bionic strength. Leo secretly feeds Adam power pellets that increase his adrenaline, and they win against all the other teams. Principal Perry then reveals that Leo and Adam must go against each other in a final round set for the following day. Leo is concerned about the final round, as Adam has become unstoppable from eating too many pellets. The next day, Leo locks Adam in the lab but he breaks free and consumes more power pellets. Meanwhile, Chase is upset when he learns that Bree lied to him about having to study for a test; she actually wanted to spend time with her new friends rather than him. To get revenge, Chase activates his Override App, which gives him control over Adam and Bree in emergencies. Chase uses his Override App to control Bree and embarrass her in front of her friends, but he and Bree later reconcile. During the final round of the Death Spiral Smackdown, Chase takes control of Adam using the Override App, to prevent him from harming Leo.

Guest stars: Maile Flanagan as Principal Perry, Tucker Albrizzi as Gordo

Absent: Hal Sparks as Davenport

9 9 “Can I Borrow the Helicopter?” Victor Gonzalez Gigi McCreery & Perry Rein June 14, 2012 (2012-06-14) 112 0.71[13]

Leo confides to Davenport that he has a crush on a student named Janelle, and Davenport, excited by the father-son moment, tells Tasha about the crush. Leo is upset when he discovers that Davenport told his mother, but later forgives him. Davenport then lets Leo use Davenport’s helicopter to take Janelle on a date. Meanwhile, Bree is annoyed by her brothers and wants her own room, and Tasha offers Bree her sewing room. This eventually causes tensions to increase between Chase and Adam who were initially excited to have the lab to themselves and end up dividing the lab in half. Bree is annoyed by Tasha’s persistent presence in her new room, and she eventually decides to move back into the lab.

Guest stars: Angel Parker as Tasha, Madison Pettis as Janelle

10 10 “Back from the Future” Victor Gonzalez Ron Rappaport June 21, 2012 (2012-06-21) 116 0.71[14]

Davenport decides to send Adam, Bree and Chase to stop a particle collider before it creates a black hole that will implode the Earth. Future Leo travels seven years into the past to tell Leo and Davenport that Chase, Adam, and Bree will not make it to the future and that the only way to save them is to not let them go on their particle collider mission. Davenport decides to send an automated rover in their place, but Chase, Adam, and Bree go, anyway, since the whole world is in their hands. They successfully stop the particle collider. Leo goes after them and saves their life by pushing them aside when the dome collides, becoming trapped himself. Adam digs up Leo who ended up saving every one of them. Leo misses his date with Janelle which causes Future Leo to end up with a dog instead of Janelle as his bride.

Special guest star: Tyler James Williams as Future Leo

Guest star: Madison Pettis as Janelle

11 11 “Chip Switch” Victor Gonzalez Ken Blankstein June 28, 2012 (2012-06-28) 119 N/A

Chase, Adam, and Bree switch their bionic chips after Leo mentions such an idea. Chase has Adam’s strength, Adam has Bree’s speed, and Bree has Chase’s intelligence. Ignoring Davenport’s warning, they go to school which is having Emergency Preparedness Week. When the fire alarm goes off during a drill, Bree complains about the noise due to her heightened sense of hearing which Chase has conditioned himself to. Chase tries to destroy the bell with his heat vision; however, he is not used to it and accidentally traps Leo and Principal Perry inside an elevator. Chase is unable to devise a solution to free them, so Chase, Adam, and Bree race home and try to switch back their chips, but it backfires when Chase ends up with Bree’s speed, Adam ends up with Chase’s intelligence, and Bree ends up with Adam’s strength. Back at the school, Adam figures out that Bree can pull the elevator cables, lifting Leo and Principal Perry to safety. This works, but Davenport later busts them, though he is glad that they have learned their lesson about chip switching.

Guest star: Maile Flanagan as Principal Perry

12 12 “Drone Alone” Jody Margolin Hahn Mark Brazill July 5, 2012 (2012-07-05) 114 N/A

While Davenport and Tasha go on vacation, Chase, Adam, Bree, and Leo all promise to behave; however, the promise is not kept. At night, Leo turns on Davenport’s electromagnetic pulse device, thinking it is a nightlight. In the morning, Leo wakes up to find that Chase can only see pixels and Adam is talking backward. They tell Leo that Bree began running in the night and that they do not know where she went. Leo learns that their glitches occurred because of the electromagnetic pulse. Chase uses the computer to track Bree and give her coordinates to return. Chase also manages to fix his and Adam’s glitches. Bree manages to run home by using a map and Chase finds out he tracked one of Davenport’s drones by mistake which controls Davenport’s plane, forcing Eddy to steer the plane back. Later, Davenport returns and grounds Chase, Adam, Bree, and Leo.

Guest stars: Angel Parker as Tasha, Will Forte as the voice of Eddy

13 13 “Chore Wars” Sean McNamara Heather Flanders July 12, 2012 (2012-07-12) 109 N/A

Chase, Adam, and Bree start doing chores around the house to earn an allowance like Leo does. However, it goes awry when they get greedy and accidentally sell an old jewelry box Davenport was fixing for Tasha. Meanwhile, Leo wants to see a new Pig Zombie film which Tasha forbids him to go to. He gets Davenport to go with him, with Davenport not knowing Tasha said no. Later, Davenport finds out about the jewelry box’s disappearance and punishes Chase, Adam, and Bree by making them do every filthy, disgusting chore in the house without their bionics for a month. Meanwhile, when Tasha finds out that Leo disobeyed her and lied to Davenport, she grounds Leo and forbids him to watch television for a week. Tasha later allows Leo to watch the Pig Zombie movie marathon in exchange for extending Leo’s grounding to a month.

Guest stars: Angel Parker as Tasha, Will Forte as the voice of Eddy

14 14 “Dude, Where’s My Lab?” Victor Gonzalez Marcus Alexander Hart July 16, 2012 (2012-07-16) 115 N/A

Davenport and Tasha take the family on a trip to the beach, where Tasha hopes for the family to have a day without technology. However, Davenport learns of a solar flare headed toward Earth. Davenport and Tasha spend time on the beach, while he has Adam, Bree and Chase stay in the family’s RV, which contains a secret built-in lab where they must wait for the appropriate time to launch a rocket that will prevent the solar flare. Adam, Bree and Chase sneak out of the RV to briefly spend time with Leo on the boardwalk, but they return to find that the RV has been towed away. They use their bionic abilities, passing them off as special talents, to perform at the boardwalk and earn money to retrieve the RV. However, they are jailed for not having performance permits. Davenport, Leo and the Lab Rats eventually get the RV back and stop the solar flare.

Guest star: Angel Parker as Tasha, Judson Mills as Beach Sheriff

15 15 “Air Leo” Guy Distad Heather Flanders October 8, 2012 (2012-10-08) 117 0.64[15]

When Leo wants to impress Janelle by beating the school bully Trent in basketball, Chase lends him Davenport’s anti-gravity shoes. However, when Trent steals the shoes, Chase uses a gadget that makes the shoes dance with Trent in them. Trent takes the shoes off and Janelle discovers what has been going on. After Janelle talks with Leo about why she dislikes people like Trent, in the second round, Leo scores a goal by himself. Meanwhile, Adam and Bree compete for a spot on the cheerleading squad. Adam wins, but when squad member Stephanie makes fun of Bree, Adam quits, and he and Bree make their own cheer and shame Stephanie and the cheerleaders out of the court.

Guest stars: Madison Pettis as Janelle, Eddie Perino as Trent, Oana Gregory as Stephanie

Absent: Hal Sparks as Davenport

16 16 “Night of the Living Virus” Victor Gonzalez Mark Brazill October 15, 2012 (2012-10-15) 104 0.59[16]

Leo desperately wants to be Davenport’s lab assistant, but he accidentally corrupts the smart-home system, turning Eddy into an evil demonic virus named Teddy. Meanwhile, Bree holds a sleepover with her friends, unaware that they only wanted to come because of the house she lives in. At the same time, Chase and Adam try to pull a prank on the girls.

Guest stars: Angel Parker as Tasha, Oana Gregory as Stephanie, Michaela Carrozzo as Caitlin, Will Forte as the voice of Eddy

17 17 “Mission Invisible” Victor Gonzalez Carla Banks Waddles October 22, 2012 (2012-10-22) 113 0.60[17]

After using their bionics to save Leo from a falling air conditioning unit at school, Chase, Adam and Bree learn their bionics have been caught on Principal Perry’s surveillance camera, but she has not viewed the footage yet. In order to stop her from showing Davenport and Tasha the film on parent-teacher night, Leo uses Davenport’s invisibility cloak to sneak into her office. However, when Leo gets caught, Chase, Adam, and Bree must think of a new plan.

Guest stars: Angel Parker as Tasha, Maile Flanagan as Principal Perry

18 18 “Concert in a Can” Victor Gonzalez Mark Brazill October 29, 2012 (2012-10-29) 118 0.59[18]

Chase and Adam befriend a new student named Marcus at school and form a band with him, but Leo is suspicious of Marcus. After Leo joins the band, Marcus breaks his own guitar and blames Leo. Meanwhile, Bree plans to bond with Davenport on Career Day at school, but gets upset when she finds out Davenport has been planning something with the boys. Leo brings along a tablet with Eddy’s home system recording installed on it, showing that he did not break Marcus’ guitar, but before he shows everyone, Marcus confesses to breaking the guitar. After a pretend breakdown, he then tells Leo to never tell on him again or else.

Guest stars: Mateus Ward as Marcus, Will Forte as the voice of Eddy

19 19 “Mission: Space” Victor Gonzalez Chris Peterson & Bryan Moore November 5, 2012 (2012-11-05) 120 0.85[19]

At school, Chase, Adam, and Bree agree to let Marcus stay at their house for the weekend because his father is out of town and he does not want to stay with his grandmother. Chase, Adam, and Bree discover they have secret bionic abilities, but when they confront Davenport, they find out that he does not know what their secret abilities are or when they will become known. When Marcus comes over, Chase, Adam, and Bree have to go into space because Davenport’s satellite is about to get hit by a meteor shower due to a breach. They get there and fix the breach, but Adam accidentally breaks his tether with his heat vision and Bree ends up rescuing him, with help from Chase and his newly discovered molecularkinesis ability. Marcus infiltrates the lab and places a microscopic spy camera inside. Later, Marcus notifies a mysterious man about his infiltration in Davenport’s lab.

Guest star: Mateus Ward as Marcus

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