List of Lab Rats episodes

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The following is a list of episodes for the Disney XD series Lab Rats that began airing on February 27, 2012. The show is about a teenager named Leo who discovers three teens with bionic powers in the basement (lab) of his home. Starring Billy Unger, Spencer Boldman, Kelli Berglund, Tyrel Jackson Williams, and Hal Sparks.

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired (U.S. dates)
Season premiereSeason finale
120February 27, 2012 (2012-02-27)November 5, 2012 (2012-11-05)
225February 25, 2013 (2013-02-25)January 13, 2014 (2014-01-13)[1]
3TBAFebruary 17, 2014 (2014-02-17)[2]TBA

Episode list[edit]

Season 1 (2012)[edit]

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11"Crush, Chop and Burn" (Part 1)Victor GonzalezChris Peterson & Bryan MooreFebruary 27, 2012 (2012-02-27)[4]1011.3[5]
When Leo and his mom, Tasha move into his step-dad, Donald Davenport's house, Leo discovers three super-human teens (bionic) called Adam, Bree and Chase, living in a secret underground lab in the high-tech home. He takes the bionics to school, where they cause chaos, causing Davenport to ban them from ever leaving the lab. However, Leo, Adam, Bree and Chase disobey Davenport's rules and have a party, only to get caught with consequences when Davenport finds out. 
22"Crush, Chop and Burn" (Part 2)Victor GonzalezChris Peterson & Bryan MooreFebruary 28, 2012 (2012-02-28)[4]102
After Adam, Bree and Chase disobey Davenport's orders, he decides it's best they are sent to a top secret lab. To replace them, Davenport creates robot versions of them, but the lab rats switch places with the robots. However, Tasha, Leo's mom, decides that she doesn't want Leo to hang out with robots, so she tells Davenport to recycle the robots, not knowing they were real. so Leo has to rescue Adam, Bree and Chase, resulting to them all working together to get through the obstacles. When Davenport sees this, he decides to let Adam, Bree and Chase stay, as long as they can control their glitches. 
33"Commando App"Victor GonzalezGigi McCreery & Perry ReinMarch 5, 2012 (2012-03-05)1031.2[6]

On the Lab Rats' first day of school, all goes awry when Chase is confronted by a football player and his "Commando App" is triggered, transforming him into Spike, an unruly drill sergeant. When Spike defies Principal Perry, the school principal, she puts the Lab Rats up against the football team to battle it out for the coveted cafeteria table.

Guest stars: Will Forte as Eddy, Maile Flanagan as Principal Perry, and Eddie Perino as Trent 
44"Leo's Jam"Victor GonzalezHeather FlandersMarch 12, 2012 (2012-03-12)1051.1[7]

When Leo needs help asking a girl to the school dance, Adam and Chase step in to help, but the plan backfires when she falls for the wrong brother. The boys decide to settle their differences on the dance floor and each show off their best moves. Meanwhile, Bree gets to know her crush, Ethan, but he gets to know her glitches, or in this case, her bionics![8]

Guest star: Garrett Backstrom as Ethan
Absent: Hal Sparks as Donald Davenport

Note:this is the first time that Hal Sparks is absent and first member absent. 
55"Rats on a Train"Victor GonzalezKen BlanksteinMarch 19, 2012 (2012-03-19)1071.4[6]
The Lab Rats get their first mission to stop Davenport's hi-tech super fast train from speeding out of control. Leo sneaks along, but when the Lab Rats discover he accidentally discarded the braking system they were supposed to install, they must improvise a way to stop the train before it crashes into a nearby town. Meanwhile, Tasha is given her big break at the TV news station when her boss asks her to cover the runaway train. She misses to see the train and fails the report. After Leo stops the train, Tasha finds out and she grounds Leo for two weeks in his room without television, video games and not leaving the house, but Leo shortens his grounding to one week without Tasha knowing.[9] 
66"Exoskeleton vs. Grandma"Victor GonzalezRon RappaportApril 6, 2012 (2012-04-06) (Disney Channel)
April 30, 2012 (2012-04-30) (Disney XD)
1062.2[10]
0.7[11]

Tasha's mom comes to visit and she must pretend that Adam, Bree and Chase are their staff. Meanwhile Davenport's prized invention, a super strength and laser empowered exoskeleton suit, malfunctions, after Chase reverses its controls, to get back at Leo for stealing his presenting job. However, it ends up unleashing destructive power on the household, making Leo's grandma even more suspicious of the family.

Note: In Bionic Showdown (season 2), Donald's lie turned out to be mostly true. He did adopt the lab rats from his brother, but not because his brother was dead. He did, however, think his brother was dead, as stated in Bionic Showdown. Bionic Showdown is also the second appearance of the exoskeleton, which proves to be better, but is still a prototype.

Guest star: Telma Hopkins as Grandma 
77"Smart and Smarter"Guy DistadChris Peterson & Bryan MooreApril 23, 2012 (2012-04-23)[12]1100.8[13]

When Chase refuses to admit that Adam has good ideas, Adam decides to run against him for student of the semester. Meanwhile, Leo takes advantage of Bree's super speed and starts using her as his personal taxi.

Guest star: Garrett Backstrom as Ethan

Absent: Hal Sparks as Donald Davenport 
88"Bionic Birthday Fail"Victor GonzalezRon RappaportMay 7, 2012 (2012-05-07)1110.8[14]

When Adam, Bree and Chase forget to invite Leo to his own surprise birthday party, they must make it up to him, so they take Leo into the ultra-cool virtual mission simulator and show him what it's like to be bionic.

Note: This is the first time Leo knows what it's like to be bionic, the next one is in Parallel Universe (season 2) 
99"Death Spiral Smackdown"Sean McNamaraGigi McCreery & Perry ReinJune 7, 2012 (2012-06-07)1080.5[15]

Leo teams up with Adam in the school fitness challenge 'Death Spiral Smackdown,' hoping that Adam's bionic powers will be his secret weapon; the plan backfires when they end up going head-to-head in the finals. Meanwhile, Bree and Chase use their bionic abilities against one another.

Guest Star: Tucker Albrizzi as Gordo

Absent: Hal Sparks as Donald Davenport 
1010"Can I Borrow the Helicopter?"Victor GonzalezGigi McCreery & Perry ReinJune 14, 2012 (2012-06-14)1120.7[16]

Leo borrows Donald's helicopter to take his crush, Janelle on a flight date. Meanwhile, Bree gets her own room, and Adam & Chase are excited to have the room to themselves. But things get out of hand and Chase winds up dividing the room up.

Guest star: Madison Pettis as Janelle 
1111"Back From the Future"Victor GonzalezRon RappaportJune 21, 2012 (2012-06-21)1160.7[17]

Future Leo travels back in time to tell Leo that Chase, Bree, and Adam won't make it to the future and that the only way to stop them is to not let them go to their ultra collider mission. Adam, Bree and Chase go anyway since the whole world is in their hands. After Leo goes after them and saves their life by pushing them aside when the dome collided, Adam digs up Leo ending up saving everyone of them. Leo misses his date with Janelle, and Future Leo ends up with a dog instead of Janelle.

Guest star: Tyler James Williams as Future Leo , Madison Pettis as Janelle 
1212"Chip Switch"[18]Victor GonzalezKen BlanksteinJune 28, 2012 (2012-06-28)1191.8[19]

The Rats switch their bionic chips after Leo mentions it. Adam has Bree's speed; Bree has Chase's intelligence; and Chase has Adam's strength. Ignoring Davenport's warning, they go to school and Chase, not used to heat vision, accidentally traps Leo and Principal Perry inside the elevator during a fire drill as part of Emergency Preparedness Week at the school after Bree complains about the noise the fire alarm bell makes. Chase is unable to do anything, so the Rats race home try to switch back their chips, but accidentally end up with Chase with Bree's speed, Bree with Adam's strength, and Adam with Chase's intelligence. Adam figures out that Bree can pull the elevator cables, lifting Leo and Principal Perry to safety. This works, but Davenport busts them, but is glad that they learn their lesson about chip switching. (In this episode Principal Perry's full name is revealed as Terry Cherry Perry.)

Guest star: Maile Flanagan as Principal Perry 
1313"Drone Alone"[20]Jody Margolin HahnMark BrazillJuly 5, 2012 (2012-07-05)114N/A
When Tasha and Davenport go on a vacation, it is up to Leo to make sure that nothing happens to his stepdad's prized possessions. Leo and the Lab Rats all promise to behave, but the second they're gone, Leo instantly heads to the lab and plays with a new gadget inadvertently causing Adam, Bree and Chase to glitch. However, their fun must come to an end when a Davenport Industries Solar Drone crashes through the window of the great room. 
1414"Chore Wars"[20]Sean McNamaraHeather FlandersJuly 12, 2012 (2012-07-12)109N/A
Adam, Bree and Chase learn about chores and earn allowance for the first time. In hopes of raising more money, the Lab Rats decide to host a yard sale but they accidentally sell an antique jewelry box that Davenport was restoring for Tasha. Meanwhile, Leo and Davenport bond over the latest 'Pig Zombie' movie. When Tasha finds out about her son disobeying her rule and lying to her and Davenport, she grounds Leo and forbids him to watch television for a week, but Tasha later lets Leo watch the 'Pig Zombie' movie marathon and she extends Leo's grounding to a month. Davenport finds out about the jewelry box's disappearance, he punishes Adam, Bree and Chase by making them do every filthy, disgusting chore in the house without their bionics for a month. 
1515"Dude, Where's My Lab?"[20]Victor GonzalezMarcus Alexander HartJuly 16, 2012 (2012-07-16)115N/A
Tasha takes the entire family on a nice 'tech free' beach weekend in the RV, but when Davenport discovers a solar flare headed in the Earth's direction, he secretly enlists the help of the Lab Rats. While Davenport distracts Tasha, the trio is forced to wait in the RV-turned portable lab for their rocket launch window. Cooped up inside during their first summer vacation, Leo and the gang sneak out for a quick jaunt on the boardwalk but when they return the RV is gone. 
1616"Air Leo"[21]Guy DistadHeather FlandersOctober 8, 2012 (2012-10-08)1170.6[22]

When Leo wants to impress Janelle by beating school bully Trent in basketball, Chase lends him Mr.Davenport's anti-gravity boots. But when Trent steals the shoes, can Leo still win the game? Meanwhile Bree and Adam compete for a spot on the cheer leading squad. Adam wins, but when Stephanie makes fun of Bree, Adam quits, and him and Bree make their own cheer and ashame Stephanie and the cheerleaders out of the court.

Guest star: Madison Pettis as Janelle and Eddie Perino as Trent

Absent: Hal Sparks as Donald Davenport 
1717"Night of the Living Virus"[23]Victor GonzalezMark BrazillOctober 15, 2012 (2012-10-15)1040.6[24]

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, while Adam and Chase try to pull a prank on the girls.

Note: This is technically the first appearance of Caitlin, according to production order. She is shown way before this, but since this was the Halloween episode, and one of the last ones, she already exists in the Lab Rats Universe. 
1818"Mission Invisible"[25]Victor GonzalezCarla Banks WaddlesOctober 22, 2012 (2012-10-22)1130.6[26]

After using their bionics to save Leo from a falling air conditioning unit, a suspicious Principal Perry catches Adam, Bree and Chase on video using their bionics, but luckily hasn't viewed the hard drive yet. In order to stop her from showing Davenport and Tasha the film on Parent-Teacher night (and risk Davenport pulling them out of school for using their bionics) Leo uses Davenport's invisibility cloak to sneak into her office. But after Leo gets caught, the Lab Rats must think of a new plan.

Guest star: Maile Flanagan as Principal Perry 
1919"Concert in a Can"[27]Victor GonzalezMark BrazillOctober 29, 2012 (2012-10-29)1180.6[28]

Adam and Chase befriend new kid Marcus from school. They form a band but when Leo gets suspicious he joins the band only to get blamed for breaking Marcus's guitar. Meanwhile, Bree plans to bond with Mr. Davenport on Career Day, but gets upset when she finds out Davenport had 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's guitar, but before he shows everyone Marcus confesses and finally tells everyone the truth. After a pretend breakdown, he then tells Leo to never tell on him again or else.

Guest star: Mateus Ward as Marcus 
2020"Mission: Space"Victor GonzalezChris Peterson & Bryan MooreNovember 5, 2012 (2012-11-05)1200.8[29]

Leo, Adam, Bree, and Chase are at school where Marcus asked them if he could stay at their house for the weekend because his dad is out of town and he doesn't want to stay with his not-dead grandma. They let him come in. Then it is revealed Chase and the others have secret abilities (Chase is being able to move objects with his mind), but when they confront Davenport, they find out that he doesn't know the type of ability they will have or the time it will come. Marcus comes to their house, but unfortunately, they have to go to space because Davenport's satellite was about to get hit by a meteor shower and the breach got locked. They get there and fix the breach but Adam accidentally (with his heat vision) breaks his security rope. All goes fine except Marcus found out about the lab's security camera tablet. At the end of the episode Marcus is shown in a place where he notifies a mysterious man who is probably Davenport's enemy about the infiltration in Davenport's lab that he just did.

Guest star: Mateus Ward as Marcus 

Season 2 (2013/14)[edit]

On May 17, 2012, Lab Rats was renewed for a second season.

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211"Speed Trapped"[30]Victor GonzalezChris Peterson & Bryan MooreFebruary 25, 2013 (2013-02-25)2031.0[31]

Adam, Bree, and Chase sneak out in Davenport’s new self-driving sports car. When Leo tries to stop them, his nemesis Marcus traps him inside the car and programs it to take him on a wild, high-speed ride bound for the bottom of the Pacific Ocean. In the end Marcus reveals to Leo he is bionic like Adam, Bree and Chase, and that if Leo tells any one, Marcus will tell the world about the Rats' secret, thus ending with them going away to a facility and Mr. Davenport ending up in The Big House.

Note: This is the second time Davenport has a hydrogen car.

Note 2: This takes place the next day after "Mission: Space", because Davenport says "Did you forget your little buddy Marcus found the lab yesterday?"

Guest star: Mateus Ward as Marcus

Note 3:This episode reveals that Marcus is bionic 
222"Spy Fly"[32]Guy DistadKen BlanksteinMarch 4, 2013 (2013-03-04)2010.7[33]

Leo uses a robotic fly to spy on Adam, Bree and Chase, but he goes to far when he uses it to cheat off Bree's test. When Bree scolds Leo for copying, Principal Perry gives her an F for talking during a test. But when Principal Perry finds and keeps Leo's robotic fly, he accidentally releases a swarm of them which all paralyze the students, but the only way Bree will help is if Leo confesses he cheated. In the end Leo confessed and Bree created a tornado with her speed to capture the flies in the container. Meanwhile Adam and Chase must take care of dolls (which if you hurt you lose a point) for a class, but it ends up in a battle between them with them hurting each other's babies in various ways.

Guest star: Malie Flanagan as Principal Perry

Absent: Hal Sparks as Donald Davenport 
233"Missin' the Mission"[34]Victor GonzalezHayes JacksonMarch 11, 2013 (2013-03-11)2020.4[35]
Leo wants to be a part of the team, but Davenport won't let him. When Davenport discovers a gas leak, he calls Adam, Bree and Chase, but they're stuck in detention with Principal Perry from missing school on their other missions. Leo goes instead, much to Davenport's dismay. Leo soon proves to be worthy when he saves the day. In the end Leo is officially a member of the team as someone who watches over the mission and gives ideas/advice. Meanwhile Davenport gives Eddy a body. 
244"Quarantined"[36]Victor GonzalezMarcus Alexander HartMarch 18, 2013 (2013-03-18)2050.6[37]

While going on a mission to receive samples to bust criminals, Bree is exposed to some of the chemicals she is collecting when she isn't paying attention. Davenport, Adam, and Chase try to figure out what's wrong with her and how to undo it. Leo tries to make sure Bree doesn't reveal her bionics when she sneaks out to see her crush's art. At the art show, the side effects of the chemical Bree was exposed to manifest.

Note: Bree seems to have broken up with Ethan, as she is now interested in Owen. 
255"Robot Fight Club"[38]Sean LambertHayes JacksonMarch 25, 2013 (2013-03-25)2100.6[39]

Chase and Leo decide to enter a build-your-own-bot Robot Throwdown, when Davenport wants to join their team, they agree, but kick him off when he wrecks their robot. He then enters the competition himself, going head to head against Chase and Leo. Meanwhile, Bree accidentally exposes her bionics to Caitlin, who then leaves in a fluster. Caitlin confesses she has a crush on Adam and he becomes her boyfriend so that he can convince her she didn't see anything. When Caitlin and Adam are on their date Caitlin confesses she wears glasses so she didn't see anything. Adam, who doesn't like Caitlin gets mad, his anger activates his bionics and Bree tackles Caitlin to the ground both to protect her and to stop her from seeing Adam's heat vision. Later, Adam finally gets Caitlin off his back by showing her who her true crush is - Chase. However, her "true crush" doesn't really want to cooperate.

Guest star: Mark Christopher Lawrence as Robot Throwdown announcer; Michaela Carrozzo as Caitlin 
266"Bro Down"[40]Victor GonzalezMark BrazillApril 1, 2013 (2013-04-01)2040.9[41]
Chase pulls a prank on Adam, ending with Adam dislocating his arm, and Adam then gets worried because the world is so dangerous. He quits the team because he doesn't want to get hurt. Chase and Bree realize they can't do it alone, so Chase and Davenport come up with a plan to get Adam back on the team, but things go wrong. Meanwhile, Bree discovers her secret ability, and gets grounded for using it to make fun of Principal Perry. Leo later gets grounded. 
277"The Rats Strike Back"[42]Victor GonzalezJulia MirandaApril 8, 2013 (2013-04-08)2060.5[43]
Leo, Bree, Adam, and Chase go on strike due to Davenport's unfair treatment. When he needs them for a special presentation, he must admit that he is wrong, or risk his entire career. But instead he gets Leo to be his pilot for the presentation. But little did Leo know Davenport is using him to get the lab rats to cave. In the end Davenport's presentation is blown and Adam, Bree, and Chase forgive Leo for going with Davenport. 
288"Parallel Universe"[44]Guy DistadRon RappaportJune 17, 2013 (2013-06-17)0.74[45]

During movie time, one of Davenports inventions accidentally sucks Leo into a parallel universe. Where the Lab Rats are powerless and Leo's the one with Bionics and everyone's thing is backwards Principal Perry is nice, Adam is a nerd, Chase is a Jock, and Bree is popular. The Lab Rats don't know Leo. And Leo accidentally exposes his Bionics to the Lab Rats which freaks them out. They then tell the F.B.I., who come for Leo. He and Davenport have to get Leo back to his universe before Leo ends up in government lockdown.

Guest star: Tim Russ as Agent Gordon

Note: Leo's abilities include all of Adam, Bree, and Chase's abilities, plus the ability to make lightening from his fingers by harnessing the static electricity around him, and geoleaping (going from one place to another just by thinking about it). The lab rats could possibly gain these powers in the future. 
299"Spike's Got Talent"[46]Guy DistadJulia MirandaJune 24, 2013 (2013-06-24)0.8[47]

When Chase is not pictured on the yearbook, he enters a talent show to show everyone he's popular by using his bionics to move a chair with his mind. But Leo messes with Chase's bionics to get back at him for taking Leo's spot. Chase gets mad so he goes into commando app mode. When Leo tries to interfere, he causes Spike's aggression levels to soar. Principal Perry then takes Spike down, reverting him to Chase. Meanwhile, Adam and Owen try to use butter as art.

Absent: Hal Sparks as Davenport 
3010"Leo vs. Evil"[48]Victor GonzalezRon RappaportJune 24, 2013 (2013-06-24)0.6[49]
Leo is trapped by Marcus at school, but escapes and follows Marcus to his house. He gets photographic evidence but is captured by Marcus with a robot. Leo escapes by outthinking Marcus with a move Chase used to beat Adam at arm wrestling. When Leo tries to bust Marcus, his phone is destroyed. Marcus' house appears normal except for a camera that Davenport suspiciously notices but doesn't mention. Marcus' dad reveals himself and says that Marcus has failed him and he will take care of Leo, Adam, Bree, Chase, and Davenport. Meanwhile, the Lab Rats teleport Tasha to Fresno, and must fix the teleporter to bring her back. 
3111"Hole In One"[50]Victor GonzalezSib VentressJuly 1, 2013 (2013-07-01)0.7[51]

When Davenport shows Leo and the Lab Rats his One Million Dollar painting they don't approve of it. While Davenport goes to work Leo and the Rats put the painting in Davenports art vault. Which has a bunch of paintings of Davenport. While Adam sneezes at the painting it triggers his heat vison and it burns a hole into the painting. The kids then try to cover it up by painting a new painting that looks exactly like the original. All does not go according to plan when the FBI shows up and accuse Davenport of forging art and almost discover the lab looking for more forged art.

Note: This is the first episode to reveal that there are floors above the lab. 
3212"Trucked Out"[52]Victor GonzalezHayes JacksonJuly 8, 2013 (2013-07-08)0.7[53]
Adam gets his driver's license. Davenport takes Adam to get a car, but Davenport has to leave early and Adam gets a monster truck instead of the intended car. Davenport is about to take back the truck, but him and Adam decide to keep it and take a joyride. Meanwhile Leo is bragging he was invited to a party, but when Tasha runs for PTA president and embarrasses him, he worries he will be uninvited, so Bree uses her voice manipulation powers to make Tasha seem like she is making fun of Principal Perry, and Perry then decides to run against Tasha. In the end Perry wins the vote when Adam and Davenport crash the Monster Truck into the school. 
3313"The Bionic 500"[54]Victor GonzalezJulia MirandaJuly 22, 2013 (2013-07-22)0.6[55]

Davenport's has grown tired of his obnoxious neighbor and decides to end their feud with a stock car race. But he quickly finds out that he'll need the help of the Lab Rats and Leo when his neighbor enlists the help of Joey Logano to win the race.

Note: Leo and Clayton's bet (getting the corner locker) was never directly stated in the show. This means either it was a deleted scene or Leo meant Clayton has to give him the locker since he'll be moving. Only Davenport and Pierce's bet was directly stated. 
3414"Bionic Showdown"Victor GonzalezChris Peterson & Bryan MooreAugust 5, 2013 (2013-08-05)1.4[56]

After Davenport seems to only point out what they do wrong, the Lab Rats begin to get annoyed at Davenport. Meanwhile, Marcus disables Eddy and he and his dad, Donald's brother Douglas capture Donald. Marcus and his dad show Donald trapped and try to lure them to their lair. Leo reveals that Marcus is also bionic with all their powers combined, and that he wanted to tell, but Marcus threatened to go to the authorities about Adam, Bree, and Chase. They go to Marcus's secret house in their new mission suits. Adam and Bree are easily defeated by Marcus, but Chase uses a new ability, levitation, to "beat" Marcus. Douglas transports them into Donald's cage, and reveals that he is their father. Douglas used to work with Donald, but got kicked out of the company for evil ideas. Douglas then built Marcus, an android who is dying fast. Leo arrives to rescue the gang with Eddy in watch form in tow, after learning everything along the way with the Lab Rats via video. Marcus comes outside and electrocutes Leo, but Leo survives by wearing a protection vest designed by Donald. Meanwhile, the Lab Rats ask Donald what happened and they manage to deflect the laser beam cage. However, Douglas reveals that he put a triton app on their chips and will control them as soon as he decodes Donald's block. Donald and Douglas fight for the triton app remote, and Donald ends up crushing it. Adam, Bree, and Chase take on Marcus, but are equally matched. Leo arrives in the exoskeleton, but Marcus easily defeats him, and just as Marcus is about to finally kill Leo, Adam gets angry and reveals a bionic ability, a bionic energy blast, that knocks out Donald, Douglas, Marcus, and Leo. Douglas escapes, and Donald tries to get them all out. Marcus gets back up, angry, but the lair collapses on him, killing him. Leo, Adam, Bree, Chase, and Donald escape back home, and Marcus' robotic hand rises from the rubble, but effectively shuts down, thus confirming his death. The Lab Rats say that Donald is their real father, and Donald says that he's proud of each and every one of them. When Donald tries to set Eddy's alarm on the house, Leo remembers that he left Eddy in watch form outside Marcus' house.

Note: This episode is a special one-hour episode.[57] IIn Australia this episode had 48,000 viewers when it premiered on December 4, 2013.[58]

Note: Durring the "Lab Rats Full Court Countdown", they split this episode into two parts. As a result, they cut out some lines of dialogue. The most noticeable are when Marcus tells Leo that they're busy and they cut out the part where he says "And frankly I've had it with you.", and when, after Donald kicks the remote out of Douglas' hand, they cut out when Douglas says "What are you wearing? Clogs?"

Guest Starring: Mateus Ward as Marcus and Jeremy Kent Jackson as Douglas Davenport. 
3515"Memory Wipe"Victor GonzalezRon RappaportAugust 19, 2013 (2013-08-19)0.5[59]
After Adam, Bree, Chase, and Leo get caught and are grounded for 3 weeks for coming home two hours past curfew by Davenport, Leo uses Davenport's memory erasing device to wipe Davenport's short term memory but accidentally erases 24 years instead of 24 hours, rendering him a teenager and wipe Davenport's memory again to 24 years as a four-and-a-half-year old. When Davenport discovers that Leo, Adam, Bree and Chase are using his memory erasing device after he returns to normal, he grounds Leo, Adam, Bree and Chase "forever". 
3616"Avalanche"Victor GonzalezMark BrazillSeptember 16, 2013 (2013-09-16)

Adam and Bree are always saying that super speed and super strength always make a good team, so Chase tries to prove to them and Davenport that super smarts can be good on its own. Davenport arranged for Adam, Bree, and Chase to go on a mission in Antarctica, but called it off because he thought that it was going to be too dangerous. Chase goes anyways, proving to Adam and Bree that he can complete a mission himself and ends up getting stuck. Adam and Bree go to rescue Chase, but before they do, Douglas rescues Chase and tells Chase to join him, and he will give him super speed and strength. Chase agrees, and he and Douglas go to Davenport's lab, but Chase then later reveals that he was tricking Douglas and that he would never turn his back on his family. Meanwhile, Leo asks Janelle over for a study date, but ends up accidentally freezing her and Tasha with Davenport's freeze ray. So he goes to Mr. Davenport for help but runs into a fight with Douglas. After Douglas tries to mend their problems but they deny it, Douglas takes out a blaster but Chase grabs the freeze ray and freezes him solid.

Guest Starring: Madison Pettis as Janelle and Jeremy Kent Jackson as Douglas Davenport.

Note: This is the first appearance of Janelle since season one in the episode Air Leo. She hints she has a crush on Leo when she says "I'm here because... I like hanging out with you." 
3717"Adam Up [60]"Victor GonzalezGreg SchafferSeptember 23, 2013 (2013-09-23)

When Adam, Bree, and Chase are completing their training, Adam gets bored of training and wants to have fun. Chase tells Adam that he must finish his training. Leo tells Adam that if he could be in two places at once, then his duplicate can do his training for him. Adam then wishes he could duplicate himself so Eddy shows Adam and Leo the cellular duplicator. Adam makes a duplicate of himself and makes his duplicate go to school for him. But when Adam's duplicate finds out that Adam doesn't have to go to school, the duplicate duplicates himself, and so on. Then there are many duplicates of Adam roaming around the house. Meanwhile, Bree and Chase are told by Principal Perry to show her niece, Carrie around the school. Carrie behaves like an angel around Principal Perry but around Bree and Chase she is rude, and tells Bree and Chase to do her homework for her and pretend like they were watching over her while she ditched the classes. Then Principal Perry tells Bree and Chase to watch Carrie again, this time at their house. Carrie leaves and tells Bree and Chase to pretend like she was there the whole time. Meanwhile Adam and Leo are having a hard time getting rid of Adam's duplicates, so they turn to Chase for advice and he uses a zapper to zap the duplicates in order for them to leave. Principal Perry comes back to their house to pick up Carrie when there are many duplicates of Adam, and Chase zappes them all away, but there is one more duplicate left, and they try to make sure that Principal Perry doesn't see him, then they zap him. In the end they find out that one of Adam's duplicates got away and is working at a pizza delivery place.

Absent: Hal Sparks as Mr. Davenport 
3818"Llama Drama [61]"Guy DistadKen BlanksteinSeptember 30, 2013 (2013-09-30)

When the school mascot’s Dingo costume is stolen by the rival team, Adam seeks revenge by taking their mascot, a llama. When Chase and Adam try to return the llama they discover that the animal has swallowed hundreds of Davenport’s mechanical nanobots causing it to shoot acidic bionic spit. Meanwhile Bree and Leo compete against Caitlyn in The Domino War.

Absent: Hal Sparks as Mr. Davenport 
3919"The Haunting of Mission Creek High [62]"Jody Margolin HahnKen BlanksteinOctober 14, 2013 (2013-10-14)

After Principal Perry tells everyone a ghost story, Adam, Chase and Leo decide to take advantage of Trent's fear of ghost for a little revenge. However, they soon start to believe that the ghost is real. Meanwhile, Bree and Owen have different opinions on how to decorate the gym for the Homecoming dance. In the end it turns out to be Perry behind the whole thing.

Note: This episode did not have Marcus in it like rumored.

Absent: Hal Sparks as Mr. Davenport 
4020"Perry 2.0 [63]"David DeLuiseJulia MirandaNovember 11, 2013 (2013-11-11)0.96[64]

Mission Creek High is too old of a school, since the equipment is too old, and the textbooks seem to date back to the 1700s-1800s. Leo and Chase decide to do something to update the schools system, which leads to Mr. Davenport to want to help. They first say no, that his ego would get in the way. They eventually gave in. The school is updated with everything being electronic, and it's great for everyone, until Mr. Davenport made a robotic version of Principal Perry, because he wanted a wing with his name on it in the school. Everyone begins to hate Leo and Chase, which leads to them reprogramming Robo Perry before the school board sees it. Meanwhile, Adam and Bree try to prove that the new foreign exchange student, Allister, is a bionic spy, because Marcus was the new kid, and he turned out to be a bionic spy. They end up freaking him out and accidentally hurting him. The final straw comes when Adam accidentally picks up a whole shelf of weights. Since Chase and Leo tampered with Robo Perry, she reset to the original military use: search and destroy. She is attacking everyone on the school board and Principal Perry, which almost leads to Adam, Bree, and Chase revealing their bionics due to Davenport's orders, but before they can, Perry tackles Robo Perry, and rips her head off, so their secret is safe. In the end, it turns out Allister is not a bionic spy (due to evidence that made Adam and Bree think so, such as him being able to do different accents perfectly like Bree's vocal manipulation, and catches things with perfect reflexes, and uses terms that sound like he's an android), and all of the dodge balls Adam threw at him made him lose his memory of anything after dodge ball. Allister then shows Adam and Bree his dodge ball team made of exchange students. They throw balls at Adam and Bree and walk off.

Note: This is the first mentioning of Marcus since Bionic Showdown.

Note 2: This is the first appearance of Mr. Davenport since Avalanche.

Note 3: It is revealed that Chase did not like, even hated, Leo when he first met him, but got over it, according to Mr. Davenport. 
4121"My Little Brother [65]"Victor GonzalezJason DorrisNovember 18, 2013 (2013-11-18)

When Chase inadvertently causes Adam to shrink down to two inches, it's all fun and games until Adam ends up on Principal Perry's lunch tray. Meanwhile, Bree gets control of the school for a day.

Absent: Hal Sparks as Mr. Davenport 
4222"Prank You Very Much [66]"Victor GonzalezKen BlanksteinNovember 25, 2013 (2013-11-25)

Adam and Chase are always pulling pranks on each other, to which Bree keeps getting caught in the cross fire. The final straw comes when Adam meant to dump 49 gallons of chunky milk in Chase's capsule, and accidentally calibrates it for Bree's. Davenport tells her to prank them back. She tries, but ends up getting caught in her own prank by Chase tricking her. Davenport tries to help her, only for Leo's Grandma to be caught in the crossfire. Donald then becomes her assistant. To get out of it, he makes her a scooter to ride around in. When the boys try to prank Bree, Tasha becomes the victim of the boy's prank. Tasha and Bree prank them the next day, to which it works. They offer them cookies, which has different things in it, not made with real cookie ingredients. They pick up their controllers which have glue on them. The controllers and the boys fly up when the giant magnet was activated. They demand Tasha and Bree let them down, to which Bree agrees, only to find that she let's them down into Adam's chunky milk and Expired meat. Meanwhile, Leo and Janelle keep trying to spend time together, only for Leo's grandma, Rose, to keep coming to keep Leo away from Janelle, most likely due to jealousy. Rose doesn't like Janelle, and does things like insult her, and go through her phone. When Rose gets hurt, Leo takes this as a great sign for him and Janelle to spend time together. Things quickly go back to bad when Rose gets the scooter. While Janelle distracts Rose, Leo programs the scooter's GPS for "home", allowing him and Janelle to spend time together. When Leo gets home, Donald asks where Rose is, and Leo says she should be home. They find out it was accidentally calibrated for Mission Creek, Illinois instead of California. In the end, Leo and Donald wheel Rose in with a wheelchair, only for her to get caught in the giant magnet that Adam was playing with, and what Bree and Tasha pranked Chase and Adam with.

Guest stars: Madison Pettis as Janelle; Telma Hopkins as Grandma Rose

Note: It strongly suggests Janelle and Leo are dating in this episode, as Leo calls her his "special lady" and they keep spending time together.

Note 2: If Leo and Janelle are dating, this means that the future is most likely set back to it's original way, where future Leo and Janelle are dating, as Future Leo said in back to the future. Future Leo told Present Leo "You better fix this. I'm not walking down the isle with that! (A dog)"

Note 3: This was shown as a special "Pranksgiving" advanced episode on OnDemand and the WATCHDisneyXD app. 
4323"Twas the Mission Before Christmas [67]"Guy DistadMark BrazillDecember 2, 2013 (2013-12-02)

Adam, Bree and Chase go on a mission to save Dr. Evans on Christmas Eve, due to a large volcanic eruption in the frozen tundra. After aiding Dr. Evans in stabilizing several of his machinery, an after shock causes his gamma-sphere to crack. Chase has to use his forcefield to contain the highly dangerous gamma rays. Meanwhile, Principal Perry stays in Davenport's mansion and makes Christmas miserable for Leo. In the end, she makes up for it by making a beautiful dinner for them to enjoy, although she makes Davenport pay for it.

Special guest star: Noah Wyle as Dr. Evans

Note: This is a Christmas episode 
4424"Trent Gets Schooled"Victor GonzalezJessica GaoJanuary 6, 2014 (2014-01-06)0.5[68]

Leo and Chase use Davenport's technology to get back at Trent on the day of a big test, making him fail. Meanwhile, Bree uses a hair growth cream that has unfortunate results.

Note: Trent will now be working there as a gym teacher. 
4525"No Going Back"Victor GonzalezChris Peterson and Bryan MooreJanuary 13, 2014 (2014-01-13)0.4[69]

The Lab Rats are forced to expose their bionics to save Principal Perry's life. Meanwhile, Davenport is attacked by a mysterious hacker. The hacker later uses all of Davenport's credit cards and hacks his computer networks. When Davenport loses the house, The Lab Rats then run off to hide from the FBI with no telling where they are. It is later revealed that Douglas is the hacker and was released by a mysterious masked man. At the end of the episode, Douglas sets off explosives in the lab and Davenport and Leo escape but are stuck in the elevator with no way out.

Note 1: This is the final episode of the second season.[1] Principal Perry finds out about their Bionics in the season 1 episode Mission Invisible. It is possible that Eddy might have died in the explosion of the lab or when the lab shutdown.

Note 2: Marcus may have been hiding under the white mask when the guy in the white mask was unfreezing Douglas. Plus, the guy hiding under the mask punched the ice cube open and this episode continues on a season 3 episode "Sink or Swim".

Guest Stars: Jeremy Kent Jackson as Douglas Davenport, Maile Flanagan as Principal Perry, Angel Parker as Tasha Davenport and Ben Cornish as the FBI Agent. 

Season 3 (2014)[edit]

On July 26, 2013, Disney XD renewed Lab Rats for a third season[70] Season three is scheduled to premiere February 17, 2014 with a one-hour episode.[2]

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461"Sink or Swim"[3]February 17, 2014

On the run and stowing away on a cargo ship, the Lab Rats are forced to choose to either keep quiet or help a submarine that is in danger, and risk being caught. Meanwhile, Donald and Leo try to find a way out of the elevator after getting trapped in it.

Note: This episode is a one-hour special and is a continuation of "No Going Back" 

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