Lab Rats (American TV series)
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.
A young teenager named Leo Dooley lives a normal life until the day his mother Tasha gets married to billionaire inventor Donald Davenport, with whom they move in. While trying to find his bedroom, Leo accidentally discovers teenage siblings with bionic superpowers living in his new basement. The series follows the bionic teens as they unravel in adventurous situations in an attempt to live life like a normal family in the fictional town of Mission Creek, California.
As the series progresses, the series introduces various new characters, including Davenport's younger brother Douglas and Douglas' android son Marcus; Krane and his bionic soldiers Taylor, formerly known as S-1, and Sebastian, formerly known as S-3; and scientist Giselle and her android Troy West. In the third season, Davenport opens up a bionic academy on a bionic island to train Krane's soldiers to be the world's new bionic heroes.
Main article: List of Lab Rats episodes
Main article: List of Lab Rats characters
On May 10, 2010, Disney XDgreen-lit a pilot under the title of Billion Dollar Freshmen, created by Chris Peterson and Bryan Moore, as executive producers alongside Mark Brazill. The pilot was filmed in the summer of 2010. On July 13, 2011, Disney XD officially ordered Lab Rats, with production to begin in September 2011 in Hollywood for a 2012 premiere. Starring in the series are Tyrel Jackson Williams as Leo, Billy Unger as Chase, Spencer Boldman as Adam, Kelli Berglund as Bree, and Hal Sparks as Davenport.
On May 18, 2012, Disney XD renewed the series for a second season. On July 26, 2013, Disney XD renewed the series for a third season. On May 9, 2014, Disney XD renewed the series for a fourth season. On June 25, 2015, Kelli Berglund stated in an interview that the fourth season would be the final season.
The series originally premiered on Disney XD on February 27, 2012, and on Disney Channel on March 2, 2012. In Canada, it first aired on Disney XD on February 24, 2012. It later stopped airing on Disney XD in Canada and moved to Disney Channel due to DHX Media losing Disney rights. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, it first aired as a preview on March 29, 2012, and officially premiered on April 19, 2012. In South Africa, it premiered on Disney XD on June 10, 2012. In Australia and New Zealand, it first aired on Disney Channel on December 31, 2012, and officially premiered on January 10, 2013.
Variety television critic Brian Lowry knocked the series' one-hour premiere for failing "to exhibit basic elements of coherence" and for featuring "too many lapses in logic".
The series launch of Lab Rats in February 2012 was the most-watched series premiere in Disney XD history, drawing 1.27 million viewers and performing well in key demographics. The followup encore of the premiere that aired on Disney Channel on March 2, 2012, ranked as the number-one telecast in kids 2–11 for the week of February 27–March 4, 2012, drawing 2.3 million viewers in the demographic.
Awards and nominations
Lab Rats: Elite Force spinoff series
On September 3, 2015, it was announced that Lab Rats would have a joint spinoff series with Mighty Med under the title of Lab Rats: Elite Force. Only Billy Unger and Kelli Berglund from Lab Rats were reported to be returning for the new series, alongside Bradley Steven Perry, Jake Short, and Paris Berelc from Mighty Med. It was subsequently announced that Lab Rats: Elite Force would premiere on Disney XD on March 2, 2016.
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Characters / Lab Rats
Characters appearing in Disney's Lab Rats franchise, both in the original and spin-off. For tropes relating to the characters in the earlier DC Comics series see Lab Rats.
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Introduced in Lab Rats
Played by: Billy Unger (billed as William Brent in 'Elite Force.)
- Anti-Hero: He's a good guy, and is noble and responsible, but it's hard to deny that he's pretty whiny, childishly petty and arrogant.
- Academic Alpha Bastard: To the point he wants things done his way, not anyone else's. This is why Adam tells his students "Don't be like Chase!"
- Arbitrary Skepticism: Chase doesn't understand the whole concept of superpowers, even though superpowers work in more or less the same manner as their bionics. This is understandable, as bionic abilities are derived from technology, which Chase understands, but superpowers are a phenomenon that defy reason.
- Badass Armfold: Take a look at the picture.
- Badass Baritone: As Spike.
- Badass Bookworm: He's gotten to show off his martial arts skills many times in the show.
- Barrier Warrior: One of his later abilities is a forcefield.
- Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: The Brains.
- Berserk Button: Don't say you're smarter than he is. Sebastian learned that the hard way. That goes for you too, Donald. Another one is when Bree flirts with some other boy, though he had no problem with Bree flirting with Oliver.
Chase: (to Sebastian) Don't EVER say that again!
- Brainy Brunet
- Big Damn Heroes: When he managed to outsmart Giselle.
- Butt-Monkey: He's always picked on for his inability to get girls or for being short. Although by Elite Force, he gets more respect, but at Oliver's expense.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Inverted. Just about everyone who's ever wanted to be his friend has ended up having ulterior motives: first Marcus, who was working for Douglas, than Sebastian, who was planning a rebellion and needed access to passwords and his chip schematics and such, and then Reese, who just needed to get to Mission Control. Those are basically all of the people he's ever been friends with who weren't on a mission team with him, which was a big factor in his inferiority complex.
- Competition Freak: He'll jump into any contest that could prove his superiority, and isn't afraid to cheat to win.
- Control Freak: Lampshaded by Bree in "Unauthorized Mission", and even Kaz thinks so too. It's later revealed in Lab Rats: Elite Force why he can be so bossy—being mission leader was always a part of him, and it was something that he didn't want to lose. After being rescued by Kaz, Oliver and Bree, and thinking about Skylar's performance in her first mission in a long time, he abolishes the Mission Leader title.
- Deadpan Snarker: He and Leo are the master snarkers of the show.
- Enraged by Idiocy: Especially around Season 3 and 4, and in the spinoff.
- Et Tu, Brute?: Chase was greatly hurt when Sebastian betrayed him after he thought he was as innocent as all the other soldiers were. In One of Us, he believed S-1 may do the same, showing just how badly Sebastian wounded him.
- Flanderization: He changed from a uptight Control Freak with heart to a short-tempered, egotistical and power-hungry perfectionist in the later episodes of Bionic Island.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible to Adam, Bree, and Leo's Foolish.
- For Science!: In "Spike vs. Spikette", he intentionally activated Kate's commando app (despite Douglas explicitly telling him not to), so he could see the app work from the outside.
- Four-Temperament Ensemble: Chase basically cycles through all of these at some point. He starts out as Sanguine, but then as his confidence levels go way, way down, he becomes Melancholic. Then in late Bionic Island, he becomes a more stubborn, arrogant version of Choleric. He stays Choleric for the beginning of Elite Force, but after he abolishes the Mission Leader title he gets much, much kinder and goes to Phlegmatic.
- The Friend/Sibling Nobody Likes: Due to his Type A personality and being an Insufferable Genius, people don't seem to like him. Bree said it herself:
Bree: And you wonder why no one at school likes you.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: Do NOT piss this guy off. When his temper gets driven high, he will become Spike.
- The Hero: Seems to share the role with Leo. They're also the same age.
- Hero Antagonist: He sometimes gets into this. An example is in "Zip It" he destroyed Bree's only chance of having a job as a normal teenager. Ever since Season 4, it stuck to him.
- Hollywood Nerd
- Inferiority Superiority Complex: Chase is highly arrogant and obnoxious with his intelligence and leadership skills, but he's also by far the most insecure of the Lab Rats, and it's been shown that although he brushes it off, Adam's constant teasing does get to him.
- Insufferable Genius: All the time. He never misses an opportunity to remind others that he's the "smartest man on Earth".
- Jerkass Teenage Son: Shows this often in the later episodes of Bionic Island. Bree is much worse than he is though, at least at the beginning.
- Large Ham: As seasons develop more and more, he becomes the most dramatic of all the main characters due to his intensity and neurotic personality.
- The Leader: Chase has been mission leader since he was 12, and he's the one who leads the team because of his smarts. It was something that was a part of him. In Lab Rats: Elite Force, Chase later sees how much his other team members were able to step up, and abolishes the position of Mission Leader altogether.
- Like Father, Like Son: Technically, uncle. Chase and Donald are both snarky Insufferable Geniuses.
- A straighter example is him and his actual father, Douglas. To begin with, both were picked on by their older sibling. Both are geniuses who feel like they are overshadowed by their older siblings, and seek recognition. This is what Douglas tries to exploit in Chase.
- Mind over Matter: Called 'molecularkinesis', it's one of Chase's hidden bionic abilities.
- Mr. Fanservice: Although he doesn't have a shirtless scene, his shirt is often unbuttoned a little lower than is necessary, especially in later seasons.
- My Sister Is Off-Limits!: Every time Sebastian hits on Bree, he always yells at him for it. If Bob does it, it's hilarious. (Most likely because he knows Bob stands no chance with Bree and just enjoys watching her get annoyed.)
- Nerd Action Hero
- Nerds Are Sexy: Billy Unger has a lot of fangirls. In-universe however, girls almost never ask him out. One episode of Elite Force features him making a series of attempts at creating a robot girlfriend and all of them preferring Kaz.
- He actually does land a girlfriend in two or three different episodes of Lab Rats, and in a kind of Negative Continuity it's always treated like it's the first time ever.
- Never My Fault: In keeping with his Insufferable Genius traits, Chase hardly ever admits to making mistakes, instead blaming others for not following his orders correctly. When he does make a mistake and actually owns up to it, it stays with him (as seen with Sebastians betrayal leading him to be distrusting of S-1.)
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: When he told Sebastian the truth about Krane being killed off in Unauthorized Mission it causes Sebastian to start a rebellion. In the next episode, the fourth season premiere AKA Bionic Rebellion, Chase unlocks a new ability for Sebastian, tells him Davenport's password for unlocking new abilities, and leaves Sebastian alone so he can give himself every ability. Almost the entire season four premiere was a Nice Job Breaking It, Hero! moment for Chase, to the point where Adam says "It was all Chase's fault".
- When S-1 came to the island, Chase made sure NOT to make the same mistake of assuming any lead soldier of Krane is an innocent blank slate, because he remembered what happened the last time he did. Chase ended up being wrong about S-1, but it showed he was affected by what happened with Sebastian.
- Not Quite Flight: In "Bionic Showdown", Chase revealed that he has a second hidden bionic ability - the power to levitate himself.
- No Indoor Voice: He has a tendency to yell a lot, especially when he states things in matter-of-factly, or overreacts.
- No Social Skills: More so than Adam and Bree. Chase just can't understand what other people would like. This showed in "Smart and Smarter" when his attempts to gain favor for the "Student of the Semester" award involved such things as a device that berated his classmates for their choice of lunch, or having a student put into detention for being just a little late (on the grounds that the student would "thank" him for "putting him on the right path").
- Only Sane Man: Having Adam and Leo joking around in very serious and uncalled moments, Bree being the Bratty Teenage Daughter, and Donald being unmistakably crazy, Chase is definitely sharing this trope with Douglas (even though Douglas has destructive tendencies and doesn't always play by the rules).
- Parental Favoritism: Bree states that he is Donald's favorite of the three. Given his potential to be the most powerful, it seems he is Douglas's favorite too.
- Personality Blood Types: Type A. He is bossy, controlling and a workaholic.
- Properly Paranoid: Chase has become more cautious in Elite Force, such that he falls victim to the Idiot Ball much less. After Kaz introduced the Superhero Communications Network to him, Chase made it a point not to visit any superheroes, because someone could be watching. He was right—Skylar visited Crossbow and led Roman right to her.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: His bossiness and Type A personality makes him the Red to Adam's, Bree's, and Kaz's Blue
- Relationship Sabotage:
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: Savvy Guy to Bree's Energetic Girl
- Shorter Means Smarter: But don't emphasize the "short" part, it's a source of angst for him.
- The Smart Guy
- Smug Snake: At times. The principle Adam has his students follow is "Don't be like Chase".
- The Spock
- Super Intelligence: Doesn't mean he can account for every flaw when he solves a problem. However, he is shown to be even more intelligent than Horace Diaz, that Kaz had to borrow it to cure him.
- Superpowered Evil Side: Well, not exactly evil, but Spike is far more anti-heroic than Chase.
- Teen Genius: Subverted, his intelligence is literally stored in his chip. Without his chip, he only has somewhat above average intelligence, and only a rough idea of how to solve problems.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Not so much compared to Adam, but he did become more egotistical and cocky in later seasons, which leads to his incompetence as a mentor. This was changed in Elite Force, where he Took a Level in Kindness in comparison to Bionic Island.
- The B Grade: Freaked out when he got an A- in "Smart and Smarter"
- Youngest Child Wins: It turns out when Douglas created the Lab Rats, Chase's bionic chip was a later version of Adam's and Bree's, which means he theoretically has more room for upgrades. It's later subverted because we find out he is not the youngest.
Played by: Billy Unger
- The Big Guy: Spike loves to break stuff. He can break anything with his head and it doesn't even hurt.
- The Brute: Indeed.
- Hair-Trigger Temper
- Hot-Blooded: You simply can't calm Spike down. As Donald once said, He's like a wild animal. All you can do is wait for the threat to pass or defeat him in battle.
- Jerkass: Spike can slip into this at times
- Knight in Sour Armor: Despite the fact that Spike was meant to help the Lab Rats, he possesses a very hostile and argumentative attitude (but in a humorous way of course).
- Super Strength: ... Which he uses to break stuff.
- Wouldn't Hit a Girl: When Kate's Commando App causes her to go on an endless rampage of destruction, Spike is activated with the intent of fighting her to a standstill. Then they learn that Spike doesn't fight girls. And then he joins her in the rampage of destruction.
Played by: Spencer Boldman
- Aesop Amnesia: Notably averted by Season 4. In Adam Steps Up, he didn't take his position as a mentor seriously, but learned his lesson. It apparently stuck in Simulation Manipulation, where he does indeed take his job seriously and noticed Chase might have been using his students to cheat.
- Badass Baritone: in Bionic Showdown, Adam demonstrates this when he goes into Explosive Overclocking and activates his personal Kamehame Hadoken attack.
- Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: The Brawn.
- Beware the Silly Ones: His huge concern for safety after a dislocation was an even bigger liability than his usual silliness.
- Big Brother Bully: He always makes fun of Chase being short, or picks on Bree for no reason.
- Big Brother Instinct: Despite the above, Adam also has these moments. If he sees Bree or Chase being bullied by the other kids at school, Adam will stand up for them. As such, in the episode Taken, when Krane shoots a fireball at Bree, Adam gets really angry and pushes him under the lab and starts to punch and beat Krane up with his super strength. He also does his best to protect them; for example, in Parallel Universe, upon being told Donald's new device could gravely injure them, Adam quickly pushed both Bree and Chase behind him.
- As Leo's step-brother, he is very kind to him and plays with him a lot. Just like his biological siblings, he cares about Leo and will stand up for him as often as possible.
- The Big Guy: Adam is the muscle of the group due to his large height and super strength.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Turns out Adam has become a much better mentor around Season 4, even with his low intelligence. What makes him a more effective mentor is that he motivates his students. Unfortunately, Adam motivates his students with words that are at Chase's expense.
- Casanova Wannabe: He claims he can get girls better than Chase, but he's just as bad as he is at getting girls.
- Cool Teacher: For the students at the Bionic Academy. He treats the student he mentors like friends, encouraging and guiding them.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: He usually has no idea what's going on, even if it's something simple to understand, but he is still the strongest Lab Rat.
- His inner Badass truly shows up in Bionic Showdown when he destroys Marcus with simply one Kamehame Hadoken attack.
- Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?: He took out The Crusher, the World's Strongest Man (even though it was by accident).
- The Ditz
- Dumb Muscle: He does become aware about this later on.
- Dumb Jock/Lovable Jock/Jerk Jock
- Dumbass Has a Point: This is coming more and more into play as Season Two progresses.
- Dumbass Teenage Son
- Eye Beams: Has this power whenever he gets very angry (although he learns to control it in later seasons).
- Flanderization: His Big Brother Bully tendencies gradually increase throughout the series, to the point where he can barely go one scene without insulting or hitting Chase.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish to Chase, Bree, and sometimes Leo's Responsible. When Adam did start to act more responsible in terms of safety, it developed into paranoia and created a lot more problems for the team than those that result from his usual carelessness.
- The Fool: He jokes around at the most inappropriate times.
- Gentle Giant: Adam is portrayed by Spencer Boldman, who is the tallest of the entire Lab Rats cast at 6' 2". Adam may dwarf everyone with his height, but doesn't deliberately harm anyone except Chase. He is very careless, though, which sometimes leads to others accidentally getting hurt.
- Hand Blast: Has this power whenever he gets very excited, afraid or angry.
- Hidden Depths: While not possessing Obfuscating Stupidity by any means, Adam is occasionally far more clever than anyone gives him credit for.
- Horrible Judge of Character: He has a problem with this, especially with Douglas Davenport, and flirting with S-1, an evil bionic soldier.
- Hypocrite: Adam always makes fun of Chase for being unable to get girls to notice him, yet no girl wants to be with Adam either. The only girl to ever show interest in him was an Abhorrent Admirer that he tried everything to get away from.
- Jerkass: Can be this to his siblings quite frequently, especially Chase, whom he thinks it's funny to punch.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He can be an egotistical Big Brother Bully at times, but he really does care about his siblings, and is ready to make up for his mistakes when he's realizes he's crossed a line.
- Jerkass Realization: When he ruined Chase's chance of having a girlfriend, due to Envy over not having anyone himself, Adam started taking action for his responsibilities for once, and saved their relationship.
- Kamehame Hadoken: Adam's hidden bionic ability, it's a Hand Blast powerful enough to instantly drop superpowered androids with one shot, and does enough collateral damage to collapse hidden underground lairs.
- The Kirk
- The Lancer
- Mr. Fanservice: Seen shirtless in Rise Of The Secret Soldiers.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: He's one of the main reasons Chase has such a big inferiority complex. Plus, his klutziness and immaturity tend to break important things they need to survive.
- Noodle Incident: In Space Elevator Adam thinks a government agent is coming to take him away, and implies he might have broken the law.
- Personality Blood Types: Type B. He seems to be more relaxed and even let his team think for themselves. His important lesson is "Don't be like Chase!"
- The Worf Effect: He once lost a fight against Spike.
- The Pollyanna
- Took a Level in Jerkass: He became more annoying and mean-spirited in later seasons. Justified that it is only shown later that he truly loves pushing his sibling's buttons. If Lab Rats: Elite Force is any indication, Adam throwing Chase around was his way of showing his brotherly love.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Blue to Chase and Bree's Red (at times, he's the Red).
- Relationship Sabotage: He tried to interfere with Chase and Sabrina's relationship in Spike Fright, because his jealously of Chase got the best of him. He does it again to Bree and Jake Chambers in the next episode (but directed more towards Chase, who is disguised as a lady). That time around, he had no reason to do so.
- Sadist Teacher: In Lab Rats vs. Mighty Med, he doesn't think it's fun to do an exercise without using bionics, because no one will get hurt. This is a problem because Kaz and Oliver don't have bionics.
- Sensitive Guy and Manly Man: Manly Man to Leo's and sometimes Chase's Sensitive Guy. He tells Leo that his manhood is missing after he finds out that Leo has a fear of Sharks due to an incident involving a rubber shark.
- Spear Counterpart: To Bree (without the Alpha Bitch qualities).
- Super Not-Drowning Skills: In the season 3 premiere it is revealed he can breath underwater.
- Super Strength: His main power, and he's so strong that he knocked out The Crusher, something no human or any other being had ever done.
Played by:Kelli Berglund
- Action Girl
- Alpha Bitch: Moreso in Season 4 of Lab Rats, but zigzagged because her behavior borders more on childishness. Fittingly, her students are called the "Alpha Girls".
- Badass Adorable
- Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: The Beauty.
- Brought Down to Normal: As of Three Minus Bree, Bree destroys her bionic chip so she can live a normal life. When she realizes the consequences of not being part of the team, she wants her bionics back. Unfortunately, Douglas was the one who designed the Lab Rats' bionic chips, so there's no way for Donald to build a new chip.
- Thankfully Leo convinces Douglas to help build her one in the next episode, restoring her to her former powers.
- Bratty Teenage Daughter: Becomes a plot point in Three Minus Bree. Her Evil Counterpart is much worse.
- The Chick: She's the only girl of the group and she can also breaks up fights and arguments between her siblings when they get out of hand.
- Cute and Psycho: Only when she's Spikerella.
- Distaff Counterpart: To Adam (without the jock qualities). However, in a sheer twist of irony, Skylar filled that role more than Bree in an episode of Elite Force, when Bree starts receiving the treatment that Chase usually gets from Adam.
- Deadpan Snarker: Although not as much as Chase or Leo, she definitely has her sassy moments.
- Drama Queen: She is prone to overreacting to a lot of minor things. Her Evil Counterpart in Parallel Universe, however, is much worse, to the point of being a Mall Rat.
- Flanderization: She becomes a bit ruder in Season 4.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The foolish to Chase's responsible, and the responsible to Adam and Leo's foolish.
- Fragile Speedster: Played with. She is the fastest, and like her brothers she can survive punishment that would kill ordinary humans, however of the three she is the least durable, to the point that she easily got thrashed by a de-powered Skylar Storm in Elite Force.
- Genki Girl: While Bree can be a rational person, she can also be very reckless, childish and irresponsible.
- Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak: While she's proud of her own femininity, she's also a skilled fighter, can be a immature slob on occasion and even challenges people to do loogie contests with her.
- Hero Antagonist: Becomes a plot point in "Three Minus Bree", but it was this event that led to Douglas's official HeelFace Turn.
- I Just Want to Be Normal:
- Irony: Bree made fun of Chase a lot for getting pushed around by Adam (not that he didn't do the same to her), but in an episode of Elite Force, Skylar roughhouses her because Calderian sisters treat each other like brothers. When she knew how Chase felt, being the sibling who got the short end of the physical strength stick, she lampshaded the treatment Adam gives to Chase.
- Jerkette with a Heart of Gold: Her vanity and brattiness do really come out in a few episodes, Three Minus Bree being the most notable, but she's brutal when it does.
- It's All About Me: In "Three Minus Bree", she destroyed her chip so she could live like a normal girl, not giving a single thought as to how the team would be affected by her actions.
- Lovable Alpha Bitch
- Love Freak: It's her inability to keep a boyfriend, especially Oliver. Oliver did return her feelings, but Skylar killed the moment.
- Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter: Not of Donald, but of Douglas Davenport, and sadly the only one.
- Manipulative Bastard: She uses her "girl cry" to trick Donald, but he didn't fall for that.
- Middle Child Syndrome: In "Concert in a Can" and "Three Minus Bree". Technically, she's no longer the middle child with the addition of Daniel, but she was raised as it, as well as being the only girl in the family.
- Ms. Fanservice: Like her brothers, her good looks is part of the reason she was chosen. Especially in her new Spy Catsuit, as pictured above.
- Outnumbered Sibling: She's the only girl in the family, and often wishes she had a sister. This angst is part of what contributes to her current behavior. Thankfully, she has a sister who's about to be born, and she gets Skylar as a surrogate sister.
- Personality Blood Types: Type O. She sometimes acts like an Alpha Bitch
- Phoneaholic Teenager: She can't go one minute without her phone. Taken Up to Eleven in Bionic Dog, where she takes Leo's smartphone and becomes romantically attracted to the phone's personal assistant.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Both. Red to Adam, Blue to Chase.
- Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: The Energetic Girl to Chase's Savvy Guy.
- Sadist Teacher: Implied in The Vanishing. Either that or she takes a snoozefest.
- Slapstick Knows No Gender: Due to the Double Standard, she has had far less Amusing Injuries than her brothers (i.e., in "Robot Fight Club", she's the only one of the Rats not on the receiving end of an Aikido throw). However she still occasionally has her fair share of injuries in episodes like "Quarantined" (slamming into a wall and falling down a flight of stairs) and "Prank You Very Much" (getting covered in spoiled milk and slipping on a wet floor). Then in Lab Rats: Elite Force, she gets thrown around (and given a wedgie) by Skylar.
- Smarter Than You Look: She's not the Brainy Brunette Chase is, but she's much smarter than Adam. She shows off her resourcefulness in "Bionic Showdown", and also in the Lab Rats: Elite Force episode, "Follow The Leader", especially when she suggested that Kaz and Oliver use their experience in a game they invented to free Chase and Skylar without collapsing the unstable building.
- The Smurfette Principle: Until Skylar Storm joined in Lab Rats: Elite Force, Bree was the only girl on the team.
- Super Speed: He signature power.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: She isn't really nice as she was in the first season. To be fair, she got better when she had a Skylar being a sister figure to talk to.
- Team Mom: Starts becoming this when the Bionic Island comes around. She's quite annoyed with herself when she starts acting like Chase and Sebastian's mom.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Skylar's Tomboy.
- Voice Changeling: Vocal Manipulation is one of Bree's hidden bionic abilities.
Played by: Tyrel Jackson Williams
- Action Survivor: A given when your living with the most biologically advanced humans on the planet. In addition, Leo has survived a lot of things that almost killed him. This is deconstructed in You Posted What?!, where S-1 made a beam collapse on Leo and destroyed his arm. Had the fire department not acted quickly, Leo would have died of blood loss. It's also lampshaded in Forbidden Hero, when the Lab Rats joke about Leo nearly dying on virtually every mission.
- Artificial Limbs: Douglas had to install bionics in his right arm, because it was completely damaged beyond repair. Later in the series he gains a bionic leg after a botched rescue attempt to save Donald (Leo used his bionic arm to catch falling shuttle only to find out right after that Donald parachuted out at the last moment). The shuttle was too heavy and accelerating too fast for Leo's arm to handle, so he tried to jump clear of it only for the shuttle to crush his leg.
- Audience Surrogate: In Season 1.
- Badbutt: He saved the Lab Rats from being crushed (and nearly bought the farm himself), went to help Davenport in the tunnel when the other couldn't, stopped a virus-crazed Eddy, and stood up to Marcus, even when threatened with his Eye Beams (and after Marcus had already tried to kill him once before, because he saw Leo as a threat).
- Took a Level in Badass: In You Posted What?!, Douglas enhances Leo's arm after it is crushed and it is now bionic. Giving him the bionic abilities include healing quickly, throwing energy balls, and increased physical strength. But only in his right arm. However, his aim is quite terrible, and he still needed more practice.
- Upgraded his status again in "Rise of the Secret Soldiers" when Douglas unlocked his new bionic power of energy transference (which allows his to absorb any form of energy from a source and redirect it back at a target and he used it in his one-on-one battle against S-1 and easily defeated her.
- Took a Level in Badass: In You Posted What?!, Douglas enhances Leo's arm after it is crushed and it is now bionic. Giving him the bionic abilities include healing quickly, throwing energy balls, and increased physical strength. But only in his right arm. However, his aim is quite terrible, and he still needed more practice.
- Black and Nerdy: While not as smart as Donald and Chase, Leo is quite intelligent and resourceful for his age.
- Butt-Monkey: He's usually the most bullied kid in school due to his scrawny nature and nerdy personality. Even his own siblings likes to poke fun at him though they do love him but still find his impulsiveness and brash attitude quite obnoxious.
- Cassandra Truth: No one believes him when he says Marcus is a "bad dude".
- Child Prodigy: Despite Donald's criticism, Leo's 'attack orbs' were very admirable. They were certainly flawed, but still impressive for a teenager to have built in a day or so.
- Clingy Costume: Solidly under the Rule of Funny, as it's adhered to him in a way he's no longer comfortable with.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: A bit goofy and impulsive, but he still had the guts to stand up to both Marcus and Krane.
- Ditzy Genius: His strategies are good, but he's a real klutz.
- Deadpan Snarker: He and Chase are the master snarkers of the show.
- Deuteragonist: Leo is often this to the main trio, but a good number of episodes center on his character, to the point where he's arguably a full protagonist as well.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The foolish to Bree and Chase's responsible, and the responsible to Adam's foolish.
- Genre Savvy: In Curse of The Screaming Skull, Leo describes everything he recently saw in a horror movie marathon, and cites specific scenes in relation to what is happening regarding a metal skull that Perry took from an uncharted island.
- Hypocrite: In Bionic Birthday Fail, Leo ended up not getting invited to his own birthday celebration, yet Leo had no problem taking part in Chase's 16th birthday celebration that Chase himself wasn't invited to, even though he knows what that felt like. He also gets very upset when the Lab Rats make fun of his height, but does it fairly often to Chase.
- I Just Want to Be Special: No matter how far Leo gets, he still feels this way every time.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Leo can be an arrogant, self-absorbed and devious manipulator but he's also very caring, friendly and loyal to his family. He's rarely a cruel type of jerk, although he gets mean when he gets jealous. This is especially apparent in Leo's Jam, when he embarrasses Chase in front of the entire school so that he can win over the girl he likes (who at the time likes Chase).
- The Klutz: Apparently, he's broken a lot of Donald's stuff.
- Literal-Minded: His response to Perry after she wakes up:
Perry: What is all the yelling about? I didn't have time to put my face on!
Leo: Wait, that thing's removable?
- Mission Control: As of "Missin' The Mission".
- Muggle: He's slowly moving out of this, as he's becoming more and more involved with missions and the overall operations side of the Lab Rats' work.
- Plucky Comic Relief: He wants to be seen as more than that, but even the President thinks that all he brings to the team is comic relief. He grows out of this role after he learns to effectively use his bionic arm and becomes an important part of the team.
- Secret Keeper: Though some of Davenport's projects are public knowledge.
- Screams Like a Little Girl: Stated explicitly in Cyborg Shark Attack: "Even girls said you screamed like a girl".
- Shorter Means Smarter: As short as Chase, but he is nowhere near as smart as him or a doctor.
- The Strategist: He often comes up with the plan, and as of "Missin' The Mission", he's been promoted to strategic mission specialist.
- Stylish Protection Gear: Leo's new team uniform. It looks good, with a hood and a red right sleeve (the hood's also red).
- Tag Along Kid: He was this during the Lab Rats' first mission. Other times, he's had to come along because the situation was desperate, and in one mission, it was just him and Donald.
- The Team Wannabe: He becomes a part of the team as their mission specialist later on, but he's always desperately wanted to be bionic. He gets his wish, of course, in You Posted What?!, and becomes a full member of the team as of the second part of "Rise of the Secret Soldiers."
- What the Hell, Hero?: In Rise of The Secret Soldiers, he gives this to the Lab Rats when they argue and let fame go to their heads, leading to their downfall.
Played by: Hal Sparks
- Anti-Hero: It's a bit hard to think of him as a hero after seeing how he treats his own family, like seeming to take pleasure from some of the Lab Rats' more physically exhausting or even painful training sessions. Even moreso after finding out that the reason Douglas was such a megalomaniac is because Donald used to make fun of him and beat him up.
- Abusive Parent: Became a plot point in "The Lab Rats Strike Back". Apart from that he's generally a good man, he just seems have trouble balancing his responsibilities, and figuring out how to balance the Lab Rats' normal lives and their bionics.
- Action Dad
- Alliterative Name
- Amazingly Embarrassing Parents: Both he and Tasha can be this, but he's the worst case of it because he clearly doesn't understand youth subculture. Whenever he tries to integrate himself in it, it's met with complete embarrassment.
- Badass Bookworm: In Quarantined, Davenport showed that he has some serious fighting skills - which were actually foreshadowed in Bionic Birthday Fail.
- Badass in Charge: He's the leader, but he's also pretty competent.
- Big Brother Bully: He was this towards Douglas in the whole of their childhood, and even invented a robot just to beat him up. In fact, that's the reason why Douglas hated him so much before his HeelFace Turn.
- Bumbling Dad: Adoptive dad, technically.
- Cain and Abel: He's the Abel to Douglas' Cain. However, if Douglas's grievances regarding Donald are of any indication, such as building a cruel robot to beat up Douglas, Donald wasn't much of a nice guy in the past either, even though he was the more responsible one. As the series progresses, it's pretty clear he's just as in the wrong as much as Douglas, especially when one takes into account his jerkass behavior, and he fact that he's been lying to the kids for years.
- Catchphrase: "BOOM!"
- Cool Uncle: In Concert In a Can, he describes himself more as a "fun Uncle". Turns out, this statement is very accurate. Bionic Showdown reveals he's the uncle to Adam, Bree, and Chase. Then we find out he has another nephew—Daniel, and he tries to be the cool uncle to him.
- Deadpan Snarker: To Tasha or Leo, usually.
- Demoted to Extra: In season 4, he has been appearing in fewer episodes and Douglas seems to be replacing him. His disappearance is justifiable, as he has Davenport Industries to run, and he needs Douglas to take care of the academy when he's really busy. This is really played straight in Elite Force, because not only does he have a company to run, he probably has to check up on Adam and Leo at the Bionic Academy, and he's got a baby daughter who's about to be born.
- Embarrassing Nickname: Douglas and Perry call him "Donnie".
- Expy: He has some similarities to Tony Stark.
- Good Is Not Nice
- Fatherly Scientist: Although he can be mean to them at times, he really cares about the Lab Rats.
- Hair-Trigger Temper: He gets angry rather easily.
- Happily Married: To Tasha.
- Hated by All: It seems no one really likes him, and in Bionic Rebellion, it's shown everyone's usually glad when he's not around.
- Hypocrite: All the time.
- This is perhaps most prominent when he's telling Adam to lay off of Chase, considering he did the exact same thing to Douglas when they were kids.
- In addition, Donald calls out Douglas for doing bad things and lying about them when he's no different himself, especially when it's revealed that Donald killed most of Leo's pets and lied to Leo about it for years.
- Insufferable Genius: He always feels the need to remind everyone that he's a billionaire scientist.
- In-Series Nickname: Leo usually refers to Davenport as "Big D". However, Leo feels only he has the right to use that nickname.
- It's All About Me: He doesn't like sharing the spotlight, as he mentioned in Robot Fight Club.
- Jerkass: Usually when he dabbles in his ego. He's not very respectful towards others, especially his employees and brother, and he has a self-righteous attitude.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He genuinely and wholly loves his family, and when he's able to keep his ego in check he's a nice guy.
- Karma Houdini: Out of all the cast, he seems to learn his lesson the least, though he only gets comeuppance in episodes where his selfishness has serious consequences.
- Laser-Guided Karma: In Lab Rats vs. Mighty Med, Donald was such a colossal Jerkass to Chase by not letting him talk, nor caring a damn for his opinion, and it was about an invention Chase helped him build. Donald even went with a company that would pay the most, and without consulting Chase at all. Afterwards, The Incapacitator maims Donald, forcibly copies his retinal signature, and steals the invention. The Incapacitator may have been a ruthless villain, but the punishment Donald received from him was well deserved.
- Mad Scientist: Under Rule of Funny
- Manchild: The man's got a bedroom full of video games and action figures, and loves superheroes.
- Psychopathic Manchild: Especially in "The Lab Rats Strike Back". Also, in Face Off, where he puts Leo and Douglas through sadistic tests for revenge and laughs.
- Mission Control
- Moral Myopia: Donald is very self-righteous to the point where he feels when he does something people can see as bad, it's justified, and he will dismiss it, but when Douglas does something bad, it's despicable.
- Mr. Vice Guy: He's on the good side, and loves his family, but some things do set him off. He can be very selfish at times, he loves himself a bit too much for his own good, is way too inflexible when it comes to being the leader, gets very impatient when he wants something, and enjoys torturing people.
- Nephewism: He never told the Lab Rats that their real father is his brother, Douglas, technically making Donald their uncle and Leo their cousin by marriage. But he's also their adoptive father, so...
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Despite claiming that Douglas being a former villain ruined the family, The way Donald acted as a child is partially responsible for Douglas's past actions, and he absolutely refuses to admit that.
- Never My Fault: Happens in several episodes, but special mention goes to Brother Battle. He blames Douglas for upsetting the balance within the team, however, the whole mess could've been avoided if Donald had just done something sooner to help Chase. It could be argued that Donald was somewhat sympathetic towards Adam, having been that brother in the past, and that that's why he didn't say anything, and that Douglas was sympathetic towards Chase, hence why he helped him out by giving him the Laser Bo.
- Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Donald's a brilliant inventor, engineer, mechanic, theoretical physicist and pretty much every field of science.
- Parental Favoritism:
- It's subtle, but he seems to hold this toward Adam, barely ever reprimanding him for his treatment of Chase. In "Brother Battle", when Douglas unlocks an ability for Chase that allows him to actually fight back against Adam's brute force, Donald is outraged.
- He has shades this regarding Eddy, often disregarding how the computer treats everyone else, and openly calling him his best friend.
- Pride: Donald thinks too highly of himself, enough that he can't learn to be pragmatic even in the toughest of situations. His pride ends up becoming problematic in Which Father Knows Best?, when he refuses to accept any help from Douglas, even though he's the one who created Bree's chip in the first place. Donald stubbornly believed he could fix Bree's chip, but Leo knew he wasn't fooling anyone.
- Secret Keeper: Donald is aware of the superhero world, but he kept it secret without any prompting from anyone. This was why he was the only person Kaz, Oliver and Skylar could come to when Mighty Med got destroyed.
- Skewed Priorities: In Which Father Knows Best?, Bree's chip fix caused her to run without stopping, but Donald was too busy trying to slam Douglas as he always does:
Bree: Help me!
Donald: Bree, do you mind? The adults are trying to have a conversation here.
- Suspiciously Similar Substitute: In Elite Force he he takes Horace Diaz's place as Kaz and Oliver's eccentric, wacky boss, though more annoying in Skylar's eyes.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Lab Rats Strike Back makes him look like a complete douche, and gives him an even bigger ego than before.
- What the Hell, Hero?: While he has been the one giving this to the Lab Rats whenever they start acting selfish, he himself has been on the receiving end of it in several occasions. For example, Chase and his siblings gave him this for being ungrateful when Douglas saved them from Krane, or when Donald kicked Douglas even though he showed promise after fixing Bree's chip. Ironically, even Douglas himself, of all people has given his brother this at least once, such as when Donald yelled at Leo for doing the right thing when things were desperate for Bree.
- The Worf Effect: Like Douglas, he's good at keeping up with the villains, but often gets defeated due to not being bionic,
- You're Insane!: He's on the receiving end of this in Face Off with Douglas and Leo. They both got tired of all the painful tests Donald put them through, which leads Douglas to deliver this line to his brother:
Douglas: At least when Krane gave me electric shocks, he explained why!
Introduced in Elite Force
Played by:Angel Parker
- Deadpan Snarker: It's how she usually reacts to the insanity that plays around her.
- Fake Guest Star: She is a recurring character who appears quite frequently.
- Happily Married: To Donald.
- Kent Brockman News: Her job mostly consists of stories of babies that look like ex-presidents and stuff. The runaway train was her first real assignment according to her.
- Obnoxious In-Laws: Inverted between her and Donald's brother Douglas. Tasha is mistrustful of Douglas due to him giving Leo bionics.
- Only Sane Woman: Towards Bree and Donald.
- Parental Favoritism: Tasha is still not set on the Lab Rats living in the house, which is why she tends to show favoritism towards her own son and Bree.
- Parental Substitute: To the lab rats, but especially to Bree who often comes to Tasha for advice.
- Sassy Black Woman: Definitely, even though she's the more sane one.
- Secret Keeper: For the Lab Rats until their secret was exposed to the world. Tasha became this for Leo's bionics until he accidentally revealed them in Rise of The Secret Soldiers.
- Unfazed Everyman: She eventually grows into this.
- Women Are Wiser
Played by: Pearce Joza
- Cain and Abel: Abel to his android brother Marcus' Cain, which became evident in The Vanishing.
- 11th-Hour Ranger: Introduced in And Then There Were Four as the fourth Davenport sibling, and joins the main cast in the finale against Marcus and Giselle.
- Long-Lost Relative: Daniel is the fourth Davenport sibling created by Douglas. He was a baby when Donald rescued the the first three kids from Douglas, but Douglas had to put him up for adoption because he couldn't raise him while on the run.
- Power Copying: Daniel can replicate bionic abilities of bionic soldiers and androids. However, the next set he duplicates will delete the previous set he copied.
- Story-Breaker Power: Daniel's Power Copying ability proved to be a story breaker because it means he will be as powerful as the next bionic person he comes in contact with. Since Marcus was the most powerful, Daniel could copy all his abilities, and turn them against him in minutes.
- Youngest Child Wins: Daniel was the only Davenport sibling with a bionic operating system compatible with an upgrade Donald created, even though Daniel was created before Krane's bionic soldiers (their bionic operating system is the latest compared to the Lab Rats). This gets solved when the original three Lab Rats' chips got destroyed, but ended up replaced with a compatible operating system.
Voiced by: Will Forte
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Surprisingly averted. Eddy is a pain in the butt but for the most part glitch-free (or is he, really?), while the AI in Davenport's car in Speed Trapped only went awry because of Marcus. On the other hand, he's not always as helpful as people expect.
- Deadpan Snarker
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He does genuinely care for Donald if nothing else. However, this seems to have ended in "Human Eddy", because he called Donald a has-been, and that was where Donald drew the line.
- Evil vs. Evil: More like Jerkass vs. Jerkass with Perry, but in the main characters' eyes, they're both despicable. In "Human Eddy", the two duke it out because there's only room for one of them.
- Fake Guest Star: The only reason Will Forte isn't in the opening credits is because he only provides his voice. He does get a chance to play him on screen when Donald makes a android body for him.
- Feel No Pain: After Perry restore his original personalty when he's in his new android body. He states he can't feel any pain so any damage they inflict on him won't work...least until Perry blasts him to pieces with a energy rifle.
- Jerkass: To everyone save Donald, course considering Donald created him...He's much worse when he's got an android body, because that allows him to be capable of physically harming someone. Apparently, he's so much a jerk that he makes Perry more tolerable.
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: He only claimed to help Leo save the Lab Rats just to annoy him afterwards.
- Grand Theft Me: Thanks to a flawed pill Leo created, Eddy ends up in Tasha's body, and does everything he can to ruin her life, not to mention numerous attempts to HURT her.
- Kick the Son of a Bitch: Although not quite a villain, he was big meanie to Tasha. When it looks like Eddy is destroyed along with the lab, Tasha feels Eddy got what he truly deserved for being mean to her all these years.
- Perry blasts Eddy's new synthetic human body into pieces. To be fair, he HAD that coming.
- Mission Control Is Off Its Meds
- The Snark Knight
- Token Evil Teammate
- Took a Level in Kindness: Temporarily. when Donald makes a body for him in the 4th season. He re-writes Eddy's personality to be kinder and more helpful. Perry, however, found this annoying and re-wired him back to his old personality, not realizing that doing this to him when he's in a human body causes a whole heap of trouble.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: In "Scramble the Orbs", Chase used an early version of Eddy's programming to sell as a personal assistant. This version was polite and helpful, a far cry from the unhelpful Jerkass he eventually became.
Played by: Madison Pettis
Played by: Michaela Carrozzo
- Ambiguous Disorder: It's regularly implied that Caitlin suffers from some sort of disorder showing very poor social skills, low intelligence but great creativity (especially with dominoes) and is extremely eccentric, exactly what however is unspecified.
- Competition Freak: When it comes to Domino competitions, Caitlin takes these to the point that she only cares about annihilating the other opponents.
- Drama Queen: She almost always complains about her boyfriend breakup troubles.
- Took a Level in Jerkass: Starting from Llama Drama, Caitlin has been quite a jerk towards Bree, such as working her like a dog in the Domino competition and not allowing her breaks, getting Bree to work with her at Tech Town so that she doesn't get the bad jobs anymore, etc.
Principal Terry Perry
Played by: Maile Flanagan
- Abhorrent Admirer: First to Joey Logano, then to Douglas Davenport, as of "You Posted What?!". Apparently, she stuck to the latter.
- Authority Equals Asskicking: Perry is a principal, but is the toughest authority figure in school, so it's not a good idea to mess with her. She was the only person in the school capable of taking down Chase when he was in Spike mode, and she was once a female Mexican wrestler.
- Arson, Murder, and Admiration: When Perry returns in the Elite Force episode Follow The Leader, she calls out Chase for locking Skylar in Mission Command so that she wouldn't upstage him, gives Chase a What the Hell, Hero? moment by telling him they're not so different after all, then gets impressed by telling him "You really could be my son!"
- Badass Normal: Took down Spike all by herself and (maybe) single-handedly defeated a military robot version of herself, and doesn't even have bionics. Then she has a tendency to survive a lot of punishment. In You Posted What?, it's revealed she has metal implants in her left hip, left shoulder, and skull.
- Big Bad: In Season 1, as she was the closest to a main antagonist at that time. She becomes a Token Evil Teammate in Season 3.
- Blackmail: Perry blackmails Donald to pay her when she needs it, or for him to help her with some antics, because It's the only way she will keep their secret. Since the world now knows about their secret, her blackmail is now useless.
- Bullying a Dragon: She makes the Lab Rats her bionic servants now that she knows their secret. It ends when Lab Rats are outed to the rest of the world however to her dismay. On the other hand, she has more respect for Superheroes, because their powers are real compared to bionic people, the latter of whom she regards as robots.
- Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Apparenly, the one job she's better at is her job as the Bionic Academy's head of security, even though she's still being Perry along the way. After all, that was the kind of job she's had before becoming principal.
- Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them: This is her sentiment towards the Davenports. Perry doesn't like them, but she enjoys having them around to hate. If anything bad actually happens to them, she would be devastated.
- Card-Carrying Villain: According to herself, Perry exists to crush people's dreams and ruin their fun. Perry even openly admits to being deceitful and manipulative in Alien Gladiators, and also stealing in Under Siege. Her song, which is a blatant rip off of Canada's national anthem, very much highlights her as this.
- Cassandra Truth: Just like Leo with Marcus, no one believes her when she knows Sebastian is evil. Given everyone's history with her, and that she's a chronic liar, it's not hard to understand why they wouldn't believe her.
- Child Hater: By Unauthorized Mission however, she decides that tormenting other kids isn't as enjoyable anymore, because Adam, Bree and Chase's absence made her life feel empty.
- Crying Wolf: Perry is a chronic liar, and says a lot of things that are unbelievable. It's later revealed she got fired from many jobs because she kept lying. You'd have to wonder how she kept her job as principal.
- Dating Catwoman: She tries this with Douglas - It doesn't work very well, because he's not in love with her. They almost got married in one episode. However, the only reason why he plays along is because he doesn't want to hurt her feelings.
- The Dreaded: Leo wants to stay away from her as much as possible, except when real villains threaten him. However fate just loves to throw the two together. Taken Up to Eleven in Lab Rats: Elite Force, where vermin are stated to be terrified of her.
- Drill Sergeant Nasty: Perry gets to be one to Bob to toughen him up, but all she did was tell Bob a few Perry war stories.
- Drunk with Power: In Bob Zombie, Perry realized that she could register the Bionic Island as a country, and eventually takes ownership. When she does, she goes full-blown egomaniac, acting like a dictator than an administrator. It came to the point where she names the island after herself, puts her face on everything, and stuns (with 15,000 volts) anyone who questions her.
- Embarrassing First Name/Embarrassing Middle Name: Her full name is Terry Cherry Perry.
- Enemy Mine: Joins Leo and Douglas against Victor Krane. Basically, she'll help the Lab Rats only if the situation is dangerous enough.
- Fantastic Racism: She refers to bionic people as "robots" or "robotic people". Superheroes on the other hand, she adores.
- Fat Bitch
- For the Evulz: Her primary motivation for tormenting the students on a daily basis.
- Friendly Enemy: Perry used to hate the Davenport kids for no reason and considered them the bane of her existence. By Season 3 however, tormenting them specifically was what added meaning to her life. In fact, she admitted to missing the Lab Rats, because life just feels empty without them to make miserable. So basically, she doesn't torment them because she hates them, she just likes to hate them.
- Freudian Excuse: She's had several of these from her lifetime that are part of the reason she is cruel—kids would make fun of her first and middle name, and she was rejected from several things. In Little Brother, it's implied that most of her problems are because of her mother.
- The Heavy
- HeelFace Revolving Door: Depending on the plot, Perry is either an ally, antagonist, neutral or a combination of two of those.
- If I Wanted You Dead...: Says this word per word to Donald in Spike Fright, telling him "If I wanted you gone, I'd have done that a long time ago". She may be a jerk, but she's not entirely horrible.
- Jerkass: She bullies her students, yells at her employees, and basically does everything she can to make people miserable. By later seasons, she's at least upfront and honest about being a jerk, and she is more or less understanding when people point this out to her.
- Jerkass Has a Point: As much of a jerk and chronic liar Perry is, she figured out Chase purposefully locked Skylar in Mission Command, and even revealed it all to Skylar while they were trapped behind a pile of rubble. Sure, she may favor Skylar over Chase, but Perry did seem legitimately angry with Chase when revealing the truth. It's one of the only things she does right in the franchise.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: A side she mostly shows to Leo. Later on, she shares it with the rest of the Davenports. Sure, she's mean to them, but she genuinely enjoys being around them, and she's still on their side, even if she claims that she only cares about herself. In Space Elevator, Perry claims that she was hard on the Lab Rats because she wanted to toughen them up, and claims she succeeded.
- Jerk with a Heart of Jerk: Zig-zagged. Though she does care about the Davenports in one way or another, most of the things she does to help them is for her own selfish causes.
- Kick the Dog: Now that she knows the Lab Rats' secret, she stepped up her game even further by making them her bionic servants.
- A minor instance where after Leo gets promoted, she gives him his orange shirt, only to find she wore it to keep herself warm. When Leo asks why she didn't use a blanket, her response is "Because I wanted to stretch your shirt".
- Lack of Empathy: Admits she only cares about herself, and not about others' feelings.
- Laser-Guided Karma: She finally gets her comeuppance in Little Brother. Happens again in Ultimate Tailgate Challenge, where she attempts to steal the Davenports' tickets just because they wouldn't invite her, and she burns them. Her punishment for this one? Game gets cancelled.
- Locked in a Room: Twice. First with Leo in Chip Switch, then with Donald in Bionic Rebellion. Keep in mind the people she is locked with DON'T like her.
- Narcissist: She thinks she's superior to everyone else, and straight out admits that she doesn't care about anyone but herself (though it is revealed later that's not entirely true).
- Nominal Hero: In Season 3 onward she seems to be shaping up to this. Perry is on the heroes' side because she only cares about self-interest, and just wants to have them around to torment.
- Obviously Evil: Moreso in Season 3 onward. While it's played straight in that she has a foreboding voice and comes off as selfish, callous no-good, Perry is the least malevolent antagonist involved.
- Percussive Maintenance: The only method Perry employs to fix broken technology, brute force.
- Pet the Dog: She actually cared enough to send Leo and Douglas to the hospital after Krane and S-1's attack. At the end of You Posted What?!, she admits she does care about Leo a little bit. Sure, if a real villain like Krane threatens Leo, of course she wouldn't let her favorite student to torment die.
- Then in Space Colony, she constantly entertains the idea of the Lab Rats dying, but wished Adam good luck and claims he was always her favorite. When it seemed Adam died, Perry was for once, genuinely saddened at this, showing that she really meant what she said about Adam being her favorite. She also comforted Brew when they thought Adam was dead and hugged Chase upon learning Adam had survived.
- Running Gag: No matter where the Davenports end up, Perry ends up there too. At an Alien Gladiators convention, in the middle of the ocean, and in space. Even in Lab Rats: Elite Force she ends up making a presence.
- Sadist Teacher: Justified since she was a tough prison guard.
- Secret Keeper: As of "No Going Back", but only if Donald pays her and does what she wants when asked. Doesn't work anymore. She also keeps the secret that Kaz, Oliver and Skylar are superheroes.
- Shell-Shocked Veteran: Perry fought many battles in her lifetime, even though she never fought with the military, yet it seemed to contribute to her current behavior. If Space Elevator is of any indication, her war stories scarred Bob, implying that she herself is still traumatized by her own experiences.
- Sixth Ranger: She's more or less on the Lab Rats' side now, being more involved in what they do (albeit for her own reasons).
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: With everyone she's allied with.
- Token Evil Teammate: She's mostly this in Season 3 onward. Perry may (mostly) be on the Davenports' side, but she's the most morally bankrupt, openly adhering to classical villain traits. In the end, the only side that matters to her is "the winning side".
- Took a Level in Badass: In Spike's Got Talent - she beat down Spike.Case closed.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Played with. Perry is still a jerk, but she has gained enough respect for the Lab Rats, because to her, they're not as weak as she believed. In the darkest of situations, she can show real kindness.
- Tyke Bomb: Her mother advised her to rule with an iron fist.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Perry, of all people, gives this to Chase for purposely locking Skylar in Mission Command, coldly telling him he's not so different from herself by doing so.
Played by: Jeremy Kent Jackson
- Anti-Hero: He certainly isn't the most moral fellow even now (though not at Perry's level). However, he is on the good side regardless.
- Anti-Villain: In the beggining of season 3, he was one, due to Krane being Eviler Than Thou.
- Affably Evil: Though, he certainly started out as a villain, he was, even back then, geniunely a carefree, and jovial guy. He even suggested that the Lab Rats could work for him, while still spending family night to show that he still loves them.
- Abusive Parents: Played with; he didn't really care about Marcus—he forgot Marcus' birthday and didn't care that Marcus was going to burn out before he reaches his 16th birthday, AND left him for dead. That said, Marcus was an android, so it's understandable that Douglas wouldn't really care about his feelings, seeing as he didn't technically have any. That would backfire on him two years later when Marcus came Back from the Dead. As for the Lab Rats, he didn't care about their birthdays either and wanted to enslave them and have them commit crimes for him. However, after his HeelFace Turn, he wanted to make time for family game nights, at least to show he can still be their dad.
- It's implied that his parents always ignored him over Donald.
- Afraid of Needles: in a throwaway gag, he reveals that he kicked out of med school because he kept screaming every time he saw needles. Oddly enough, this did not seem to be a problem when he cobbled together a harpoon that has a needle.
- Axe-Crazy: Especially before his HeelFace Turn.
- Alliterative Name
- Ambiguously Bi: Played with. They make tons of references to Douglas' and Krane's relationship being like that of a married couple, many of which come from Douglas himself.
Douglas: Kids, this is my partner, Victor Krane.
Adam: Wait, so now we have three dads?
- Ambiguously Evil: Douglas is an example where he gets more ambiguous with each appearance after Bionic Showdown. When he was officially introduced, his agenda was hinted at involving renting out bionic humans to dictators and terrorists, and enslaving Adam, Bree, and Chase for his own evil purposes. Then when discussed in Avalanche, Chase wondered if Douglas was gonna build some bombs, take over a tiny country, steal money from old ladies. Douglas said he could do those things (albeit not in that order), but then he says he just wants to get back at his brother and beat him at something. Then in his next few appearances, every thing he does is done just to spite Donald, including blowing up the lab and stealing all of his money. Finally, in ''Which Father Knows Best?", Douglas finds out Bree smashed her chip, and Donald can't fix it, he saw that as another thing he could rub his brother's face in, but Leo reminds him that there are more important things than winning against his brother.
- Annoying Younger Sibling:...Turned evil. He lets go of this trait after his HeelFace Turn, and he has to stay on his brother's good side.
- Archnemesis Dad: To Adam, Bree, and Chase, although they didn't know it at the time.
- Badass Bookworm: He's just as good a fighter (and a much more brutal one) as his brother and is more intelligent. He got a little rusty later on though.
- Badass Boast:
- "Do you want me to blow up the lab again? I'm good at it."
- "Guess i just have to be the bigger man!"
- Badass Normal: Even without any powers, he went up against Krane, who was at the time the most powerful character, and came close to defeating him.
- Byronic Hero: He still doesn't have any morals, but he is on the good side.
- Beware the Silly Ones: He's comedic and a bit light hearted. But formerly, he was a cold blooded super villain, who would stop at nothing to achieve his goals and was the most dangerous force they've faced, at least until Krane came along. Even now, you just don't hurt his family, for he will make it bite you in the arse.
- Big Damn Heroes: When he saved the Lab Rats from Krane.
- Big Bad: Of the second Season, but his presence was hinted at by the end of Season 1.
- Big Bad Duumvirate: Has formed one with Victor Krane ever since he got kicked out of Davenport Industries, but it wasn't apparent until the beginning of Season 3. However Krane goes completely insane, betrays him and tries to kill him. It's later revealed they weren't as tight as thieves either.
- Belligerent Sexual Tension: Perry's dragging him into this.
- Butt-Monkey: He never really gets the respect he deserves. The President sees him as nothing more than a "help", nearly all jokes are aimed at him (especially in You Posted What), and he's also getting harassed by Perry.
- Cain and Abel: With Donald. At this point, it's gotten very petty. Cain to Donald's Abel. This is explored a little further in Brother Battle, and it's revealed that they always tried to beat each other up.
- Character Development: Douglas gets a deep one, in how he started out as a veangence-filled megalomaniac obsessed with getting back at Donald. However, "Avalanche" showed that Donald had partially driven him into it. He softened a little after teaming up with the Lab Rats to fight Krane, but he wasn't fully redeemed just yet. However, Leo convinces him that it wasn't that important to get the upper hand to Donald, and Douglas slowly gained their trust.
- Chekhov's Gunman: Douglas is vaguely mentioned in Exoskeleton vs. Grandma, but supposedly as part of a lie for Donald to come up with an explanation. Eventually, Douglas makes his appearance, and everything Donald said to Leo's grandma regarding Douglas turned out to be accurate (except for him falling into a volcano).
- Chekhov's Skill: Remember how Douglas hacked into Davenport Industries and liquidated all their assets? He uses his hacking skills to create a virus to fry all of Giselle's servers.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: Inverted. Two of Douglas's partners betrayed him: Victor Krane attempted to kill him when he was done with him, and Giselle betrayed him by using a movie as a front to eliminate the Lab Rats.
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome/What Happened to the Mouse?: His absence during the Bionic Island arc is mostly justified, as his knowledge of Krane and bionics would be a Story-Breaker Power and would've resulted in most of the problems occurring in that arc being solved too easily. He is mentioned in Bionic Rebellion and returns in Under Siege.
- Dating Catwoman: Perry attempts this with him. It doesn't succeed. Even if he's afraid to tell her, he doesn't love her back, frankly because she's about in her late 50's. However, he doesn't want to hurt her feelings, so he plays along, but clearly doesn't enjoy it. One has to wonder why he doesn't just use a cybermask to hide himself from Perry.
- Deliberately Bad Example: Douglas' main purpose was to offset Donald's unpopular traits, showing that while Donald can be a jerk to everyone, he means a lot to the kids, whereas Douglas was very ruthless to the point that he would use bionic humans as weapons. After Douglas's HeelFace Turn, he's supposed to serve as this trope in a different manner, by almost always breaking the rules, and by making decisions that even Donald knows are legitimately reckless and probably illegal, while making Donald maintain his reputation of being more responsible. This doesn't work because Donald's stubbornness and ego-driven jerkassery ends up looking more disreputable, causing Douglas's actions to be glossed over, which is ironic considering Douglas has a similar mentality to his brother.
- Diabolical Mastermind: Able to create bionic humans and high tech gear. Unfortunately, it fell in the wrong hands.
- Didn't Think This Through: Douglas didn't think Leo needed a capsule because only his arm is bionic. Leo's arm act up because it hadn't been calibrated to his nervous system.
- Dude, Where's My Respect?: Douglas just doesn't get enough respect. The President just says he's "the help".
- Enemy Mine: He is fed up with Victor Krane after being betrayed by him and teams up with the Lab Rats in Taken. Afterwards, he truly joins the Lab Rats.
- This happens again in Which Father Knows Best?, where Leo had to find Douglas, because he was the only one who could restore Bree's bionics.
- Envy: Towards his older brother Donald. Is implied to be at least partially responsible for him turning evil.
- He overcomes this after his HeelFace Turn, though he still slips into this every now and then, and all he's been trying to do is stay on Donald's good side.
- Even Evil Has Standards: When Krane tells him to use his Triton App update to destroy Adam, Bree and Chase, Douglas says with a reluctant expression that destroying the Lab Rats was never part of his plan. Krane tells him they're using his plan now and leaves. Douglas later reemphasized that he had no intentions of hurting Adam, Bree and Chase, but Leo was fair game to him, hence why he ordered Marcus to murder him. However, this is questionable, as it's later revealed he tried to kill the Lab Rats 522 times.
- It's later revealed in Rise of The Secret Soldiers that when he designed their chips, he installed a protocol that will allow them to fuse their bionics, but he didn't tell them because the results would be catastrophic and it was only to be used as a last resort. It's clear now that he never wanted to kill them in the first place.
- In One of Us, it's revealed Victor Krane wanted to put a doomsday virus in the Triton App. Douglas refused, but Krane added it anyways when he upgraded the Triton App.
- We also find out he made another kid, Daniel, who was a baby when Donald took the original three Lab Rats. As much as he wanted to raise Adam, Bree and Chase as weapons, he couldn't raise Daniel while on the run, and chose to put him up for adoption to keep him away from all his chaos.
- Even Evil Has Loved Ones: He geniunely loved the Lab Rats, even back in his villain days, to the point where he suggested that they could work for him while still spending quality time with them, as to show that he does love and appreciate them. Sure, he might have been a bad influence, but still...
- He also loves his dog, Otis. When he discovers Krane turned Otis into his personal henchman, Douglas still couldn't hurt him.
- Evil Genius
- Evil Step-Uncle: To Leo, which the latter jokingly lampshades in Face Off. After his HeelFace Turn, it's now an honorary title.
- Exact Words: Donald got angry at him for upsetting the balance of power on the team, because he gave Chase a new ability. Donald wants him to restore balance on the team, so Douglas complies by giving Adam a new ability.
- Friendly Enemy: To Donald and the Lab Rats back in his villain days. He acted friendly towards them, even while fighting them. Leo however, was the bane of his existence, because he found out about his plan before everyone did. He only first approached Leo as a friend in Taken.
- Faking the Dead: He's really good at doing this. He was presumed dead prior to the start of the series.
- Faux Affably Evil: In his villain days, Douglas was a straight example of this: Always cheerful and friendly, but underneath it all was cold blooded and ruthless, case point him suggesting they (he Adam, Bree and Chase) plan family game night while working to enslave them.
- Switches to Affably Evil in Season 3, and the evil part is gone (mostly) after Sink or Swim.
- Forgiven, but Not Forgotten: While his family has accepted him, the things he did while he was evil are almost always brought up. Douglas still has a long way to go in earning everyone's trust, and he does so by making himself useful. Of course, he is in enough trouble with Donald as it is, and Douglas does his best to get back on his good side. Plus, he's been keeping too many secrets that end up causing damage.
- Give Him a Normal Life: What he wanted with his son, Daniel, when he sent to prison.
- Good Is Not Soft: He is a nice guy, but don't except him to go easy on a villain for that reason.
- HeelFace Turn: Following Krane deciding he wants to kill Adam, Bree and Chase he begins to have second thoughts. Then as Krane gets more and more insane he starts to drift away and actually turns on him, saving Adam, Bree and Chase. However he truly redeems himself when he builds Bree and new chip and actually agrees to work with Donald to save her when it malfunctions. After some prompting Donald agree's to give him a second chance.
- Cemented in "You Posted What" where he's now fully joins the others, though he might have committed a few felonies afterwards if Brother Battle is any indication. However, it was most likely in a playful intention. Nonetheless, all the things he did during his evil days come back to bite him as the series goes on.
- Heroic Comedic Sociopath: In You Posted What?, he suggested that he could blow up the lab just to get rid of all the agents looking for them. However, the intention was more to get away than to kill them, seeing as he had panicked. Falls into this a lot after switching sides, as he still admits that he has gone against the law, like it's no big deal. Usually, his response is to resort to the violent option if he's in a tight spot.
- Human Popsicle: Gets frozen solid by his brother's new freeze ray after Chase tricked him.
- Insufferable Genius
- It's All About Me: Though it's because Donald's the one one-upping him and getting all the attention. However, after his Character Development, he gets rid of this mentality, and becomes more selfless and caring.
- Just a Machine: He's pretty indifferent, almost amused by the fact that his son is going to die before turning 16 because Marcus is 'just an android'. This did NOT bode well for him when Marcus came back. Dialogue during Bionic Action Hero implies he does miss Marcus.
- Knight of Cerebus: He was much darker than most of the show's other villains, as well as most Disney villains in general. Although still portrayed as somewhat light hearted, he is a realistic mad scientist who's engaged in experimenting on children, has no problems committing outright murder (even to his own family) and before redeeming himself, his long term goal was a mixture of brainwashing, slavery and Child Soldiers.
- Even after his HeelFace Turn, while now a good guy, he still casually and (mostly) shamelessly admits to having committed countless crimes. However, that's closer to Comedic Sociopathy.
- Lack of Empathy: Douglas has trouble grasping the concept of empathy, back when he was a villain this made him incredibly dangerous. Even after his HeelFace Turn, he still seems to have trouble with it outside his own family, such as describing potential horrific effects or even deaths in a way that always relates to himself. However, he does have a sense of empathy despite that. When he saw just how evil Krane was, he thought Krane was going too far, and decided to go against him, not to mention how guilty he feels for his past actions.
- Laughably Evil: Sure, he's threatening...but he's also just as crazy as Donald is. He even posted hilarious updates that Adam has been reading. His jokes however, are really terrible.
- The Lancer: He's now the Donald's right hand man, and takes over the Bionic Academy when he's not there. Of course, if something goes wrong, he's the one who gets held responsible.
- Large Ham: Probably the biggest ham on the show. Especially when name rivaling with his brother, Donald, or in this case, "Donny!"
- The first thing he did when he came on screen was yell "I'M BAAAAACK!!!".
- Luke, I Am Your Father: He's the one who created Adam, Bree, and Chase. So yes, he is their real father, which means everything Donald said in Exoskeleton vs. Grandma was accurate all along.
- Manly Man and Sensitive Guy: The Manly Man to Leo's sensitive guy. Also, Manly Man to Donald's sensitive guy, as Donald is shown to be a sissy in most cases.
- Mad Scientist: An interesting example, rather than being a stereotypical mad scientist. Douglas is instead presented as someone who is closer to realistically dangerously insane, and is also a super genius scientist. Of course, there's also the fact that he has trouble making an invention that won't end with someone getting hurt. It's also said that he turned his brother's dead gerbil into a zombie.
- In "Spider Island" he reveals that before he went into technology he tried to bring extinct species of animals back from the dead. However he never cracked it, so the part about reanimating a dead gerbil might not have been a stretch.
- The Man Behind the Man: Douglas's actions had a strong influence on every bionic-related incident that had occurred throughout the series, as it was his idea to implant bionics into human beings. He gave Krane bionic abilities as well as technology and research, which led Krane to become a power-hungry, psycopathic mastermind. In addition, Douglas giving Krane his technology led Krane to go behind his back and genetically engineer bionic soldiers. Douglas is also indirectly responsible for Giselle, who was his ex-girlfriend and he gave her his research on androids.
- Mr. Fixit: In the academy, he's the guy responsible for all their tech needs, supplies, etc.
- Mr. Vice Guy: Despite his Insufferable Genius traits and somewhat psychopathic behaviour, he's otherwise a pretty nice guy.
- Morally Ambiguous Doctorate: He never got one, because he failed.
- Omnidisciplinary Scientist: Just like his brother, Douglas is a specialist in bionics, engineering, genetics and a whole lot more.
- Only Sane Man: He shares this trope with Chase. Unlike Donald, Douglas has matured after his HeelFace Turn, though he doesn't always play by the rules.
- Pet the Dog: Quite literally. The one being he actually cared for after being kicked out from Davenport Industries was his pet dog, Otis. Chase and co. are surprised that a bad guy like Douglas actually had someone he cared for.
- Punch-Clock Villain: Even back when he was a villain, Douglas was still an all-around fun guy. He even shared a few jokes with Donald and the Lab Rats. This goes to the point where he suggested that he would plan family game night to show them that he can still be their dad, while enslaving them.
- Psychopathic Man Child
- Revenge: Formerly on Donald for screwing his life up emotionally. Donald was a Big Brother Bully who did everything to drag Douglas down his whole life, leaving them with some unsolved issues with each other. He lets go of revenge, not that Donald sees himself as responsible for the cause in the first place.
- Shadow Archetype: Formerly to Donald. Donald may have been an arrogant jerk who doesn't always treat Leo or the Lab Rats with proper respect, but he at least tries to keep it in check. Douglas on the other hand is far worse—he is basically Donald if the latter did not keep his arrogance and pride in check, and became completely ambitious. However, it's a subversion because it was Donald who screwed his life up in the past and is responsible for who he was back then, but didn't take responsibility for it, so it's up to debate who has the real role.
- This side of him is gone after his HeelFace Turn, and it all gets turned around, as Donald starts to become this to Douglas. It's played with in a different manner such that even though Douglas is portrayed as less responsible and breaking the rules (i.e. experimenting on the kids), Douglas is a better father in how he's more tolerant of their mistakes, and can relate to them better than Donald, who just has way too much pride to notice how they feel. This is especially shown, as Douglas is willing to call Donald out, when he treats them poorly.
- Take Me Instead: When he sees Marcus torture Daniel, Douglas offers his life up, as he is the one whom Marcus hates the most. However, it is subverted in that it's a trick to get Daniel to copy Marcus's abilities. Even so, the fact that Douglas offered himself as the bait and not Donald shows Douglas was willing to take responsibility and pay for what he did to Marcus.
- Tragic Villain: The reason why he started out as a villain was that Donald mistreated him as a brother for so long that he became obsessed with getting the upper hand of Donald, until Leo convinced him that family is more important than Revenge.
- The Worf Effect: Though he's very good at keeping up against Krane and other bionic villains, he sometimes falls into this, mostly to have the Lab Rats save the day.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: Donald doesn't trust Douglas to be a part of Davenport Industries again, but he does let Douglas take care of the Academy when he can't be around.
- Truly Single Parent: It's already known Douglas never married, but he created Adam, Bree, and Chase and later Daniel via genetic engineering.
- Villain Respect: To Donald and the Lab Rats when he was a villain. Leo, he had no qualms.
- We Can Rule Together: Tries this with Chase. It backfires horribly.
- Would Hurt a Child: Not his own, but Leo was fair game because he kept interfering with his plans.
- Uncertain Doom: In the season finale of Elite Force (which became its series finale after its cancellation) he is attacked and left for dead by Reese. His actor later confirmed that Douglas was alive, but it remains unknown whether he retained serious lasting damage from the attack or not.
Introduced in Lab Rats
Played by: Mateus Ward
- Always Someone Better: Douglas designed Marcus with all of the Rats' powers - at greater levels of effect.
- Antagonistic Offspring: Giselle brought him back to life, and Marcus wants revenge against Douglas for abandoning him and leaving him to die.
- Arch-Enemy: To Leo.
- Artificial Human: Marcus is a super-powered android.
- Back from the Dead: Giselle repaired him and got him working again. That doesn't last because Douglas blasts him with a weapon that melted him good.
- Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: If you've seen what he did to the Lab Rats, you'll most likely find out.
- Crocodile Tears: At the end of Concert in a Can.
- Cute and Psycho: Doe-eyed and adorable, but very dangerous.
- The Dog Bites Back: After being rebuilt, Marcus realized that Douglas never treated him like a son, so he proceeds to go after Douglas and make him and the rest of his family suffer.
- The Dragon: Originally this to Douglas. Later on, Giselle plans to make him into her Dragon in place of Troy.
- Eviler Than Thou: He was far more evil than his father was as a villain. At least Douglas had redeeming qualities, but Marcus did not. But even with him, there is a sympathetic angle to him—deep down there's a part of him that wanted to be loved, because he never had any love in his life.
- Evil Counterpart: Marcus seems to be this for Adam, Bree and Chase. He doesn't however, have any of Daniel's powers.
- Evil Nephew: To Donald Davenport, and ambushed him with this fact.
- Et Tu, Brute?: Feels this way after Douglas abandoned him to his death in Bionic Showdown.
- Fascinating Eyebrow: Lampshaded by Leo on a few occasions.
- For the Evulz: Came off as Marcus' motivation, until it was revealed that he was probably just programmed that way. That may be the case, but in the finale, it came across strongly that Marcus never had any love from his father which is why he became so full of hate for his father and the rest of his family.
- Killed Off for Real: Marcus was killed by the falling rubble of Douglas's lair, but it seems Giselle wants to bring him back. She succeeds, but he's reduced down to his exoskeleton after the final confrontation and finally melted into metallic puddle by Douglas.
- Knight of Cerebus: Even more so than his father (Though only after Douglas mellows).
- The Heavy: In season 2, for Douglas Davenport.
- I Have No Son!: Inverted. In the series finale, Marcus renounces Douglas as his father, pointing out that Douglas doesn't see him as a son the same way he viewed Daniel.
- Jerkass: He betrayed the Lab Rats and threatens Leo whenever no one else is around.
- Manipulative Bastard: He was viewed as this to Leo, he happily used his seeming innocence to manipulate others.
- Never My Fault: Marcus blames Douglas for leaving him for dead. Sure, Douglas did run away, but it was Marcus' own stubbornness and arrogance that did him in, because he made the choice to stay behind and attempt to take out the Lab Rats.
- Redemption Rejection: In "The Vanishing", Douglas apologizes for the way he treated Marcus, and asks for him to let him try to be a real parent to him. Marcus refuses, preferring Revenge against everyone who wronged him instead. He does, however, seem to briefly consider it.
- Revenge: In the series finale, Marcus's main motivation was to get revenge on Douglas for leaving him for dead in Bionic Showdown.
- Ridiculously Human Robots: Marcus looks, moves, and speaks exactly like a human. Also, he can eat and drink for no real reason.
- Robotic Psychopath: Is really an android built by Douglas, likewise he fitseverytraitapsychopathneeds.
- We Are as Mayflies: Bionic abilities in androids leads to them burning out very quickly. According to Douglas, Marcus had very little time left. Giselle fixed him so he could last longer.
- "Well Done, Son!" Guy: To Douglas, who sees him as nothing more than a weapon, and Marcus has a cranky relationship with him because of this. Also seems to latch onto Giselle very quickly, calling her "Mom" until she says that they're not there yet.
- What Measure Is a Non-Human?: Douglas casually states that hell essentially die by the time hes sixteen, clearly not caring at all despite presumably creating and raising him.
- A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing: Does this to get what he wants.
- Would Hit a Girl: He's got no problems with kicking Bree in the stomach.
Played by: Graham Shiels
- Ax-Crazy: Due to his stoicism its not so obvious, but really the guy loves destruction.
- Bald of Evil
- Beard of Evil: In his first appearance, he's shaved it off by his second, but its back by "You Posted What".
- Body Horror: The right side of his face has some scars due to implanting some bionics into his body.
- Card-Carrying Villain: He does nothing to hide any of his evil actions.
- The Comically Serious: Sometimes his deadly serious, "no nonsense mastermind" attitude can be viewed as somewhat humorous, especially in some of his interactions with Douglas.
- Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Despite his intelligence, this guy has never won anything.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Paid Douglas a huge sum of money so he could become bionic and has no problem injuring the Lab Rats or having them brainwashed and hurting other people.
- Krane knew Douglas would go into hiding, so after Douglas turned on him, Krane tampered with the bionics of Douglas's pet dog Otis, so that Otis could track down Douglas and eliminate him. Even if Krane is gone, Otis still had Krane's directive.
- Krane also installed a doomsday virus when he upgraded the Triton App, so that if something happens to him the virus would trigger after a certain period of time and cause the soldiers to self-destruct. Doing so would prevent anyone else from controlling them.
- Diabolical Mastermind: He absorbs the characteristics of a realistic evil mastermind. From his obsession of destruction, and taking over, down to his constantly serious personality.
- Darth Vader Clone: Minus a tragic backstory, he commonly wears black, intimidates everyone, and his powers also bring to mind Darth Vader. His personality also brings to mind Vader, taken even further during his one appearance in Bionic Island where Dr. Gao gives him a breathing helmet and he attacks the Teams spaceship Ina. Similar fashion to Darth Vader with his OWN spaceship.
- Energy Absorption: He can absorb energy from anything.
- Evil Genius: An evil genius bent on world domination. He even creates software that would take even Douglas months to decrypt.
- Evil Is Bigger: He's much taller than Douglas, likewise he's more evil as well.
- Evil Is Petty: Krane is an egomaniac with a bid for world domination, but he went out of his way to be a jerk to Douglas, such as not going on vacation to the Florida Keys, even though he said he would. He would also threaten to kill Douglas if Douglas kept doing impressions of him at dinner parties.
- Eviler Than Thou: He's this to Douglas, and decides that Douglas's plan is too weak. Even back when Douglas was still an antagonist, Krane made him look like a saint compared to himself.
- Evil Wears Black
- Greater-Scope Villain: Victor Krane is said to be the ultimate, "all around bad guy" Douglas has ever known. Krane is Douglas's secret benefactor ever since the latter got kicked out of Davenport Industries. Krane gave Douglas a lot of money to continue his evil plans, provided Douglas can give Krane his bionic research. When he revealed the Lab Rats' secret, he's indirectly responsible for Giselle becoming obsessed with destroying the Lab Rats and bionic soldiers.
- It's All About Me: To frightening levels, Krane's egomania is to the point he rigged all his soldiers so they would die, if something happened to him. Him taking on the heroes is partially down to being unable to except anyone else having powers similar to his, outside of his own control.
- Knight of Cerebus: Frighteningly serious with deadly powers and is considered Eviler Than Thou when compared to Douglas.
- Lack of Empathy: Complete and utter lack that is, the rights and even lives of anyone but Krane, is not even a blip on his radar. Douglas, of all people, is shocked at how far Krane goes.
- Mind over Matter: One of his powers, he tries to use it to strangle Douglas.
- Misanthrope Supreme: His plan is to replace all humans in the world with bionic humans.
- Mysterious Past
- No-Nonsense Nemesis: Comparing him to Douglas, he's always take his job seriously.
- Not Quite Dead: Turns out Krane wasn't killed off—he survived being shot into the atmosphere, but just barely. A Mad Scientist named Dr. Gao found him and made him a Dark Lord on Life Support. However, that didn't last because the Lab Rats fired a missile at his ship in space, which killed him off for good.
- Omnicidal Maniac: He and Dr. Gao built a large rocket that would wipe out all life on Earth so that they can populate it with their new bionic soldiers.
- Psychic Strangle: Apparently, this is his commonly-used tactic.
- Shock and Awe: Douglas gave him the power to shoot electricity from his hands.
- The Stoic: He's not really the joking type which makes him contrast drastically with Douglas whenever they interact. When he interacts with Douglas during You Posted What?!?, he's more Faux Affably Evil.
- The Social Darwinist: By "Rise of The Super Soldiers" Krane now believes being Bionic makes you superior to normal people, and plans to create a bionic empire with himself as the dictator.
- The Sociopath: His lack of empathy and disregard for human life disgusts Douglas. He possesses no sympathy, guilt or remorse and will gladly murder anyone who gets in his way.
- Super Strength: Douglas empowered him with Super strength.
- Taking You with Me: He reprogrammed the Triton App, so that if something happened to him, after a while all his Bionic soldiers would die also. However, since the Lab Rats also had the Triton App, that means he takes his enemies with him too.
- Villainous Legacy: Krane may have been gone after Rise Of The Secret Soldiers, but his legacy took root and was still a threat to the heroes:
- In one instance, Chase told Sebastian, who was one of Krane's lead soldiers, about him and it led Sebastian to continue the legacy his "father" started—by wanting to eliminate Donald Davenport, bend the bionic soldiers to his will with lies about Davenport, and rule over humanity.
- It is discovered that sometime after Douglas betrayed him, Krane turned Otis, Douglas's long-lost dog, into his personal assassin by encoding a directive to eliminate his owner. Unlike the Triton App, this directive would not be affected by Krane's supposed death.
- If Krane got killed, he upgraded the Triton App so that it would give off a doomsday virus that would take effect after months in the event he got killed.
- With Great Power Comes Great Insanity: Implanting himself with more bionics has driven him completely insane.
- Big Bad: For Season 4. She wants to create an army of androids to eliminate all bionic superhumans. Her androids now lie in pieces, but now she wants to repair and rebuild Marcus and add his super intelligence to all her androids.
- Big "NO!": Screams this after she accidentally protrudes her own whip around herself, leading to her falling apart.
- Corrupt Corporate Executive: Was in the film industry and the robotics industry. She likewise is unrealistically ruthless in both areas.
- Dark Action Girl: Is pretty good in a fight.
- Dirty Coward: Sure she's high and mighty when she's in control, but just watch her crumble when she looses the upper hand.
- Distaff Counterpart: She's this to Douglas (back when he was evil).
- Evil Former Friend: Also an evil former Girlfriend to Douglas. Apparently she became evil long after Douglas did.
- Evil Genius: Even Douglas admits that her androids are sophisticated beyond what he is capable of, which greatly angers him.
- Family-Unfriendly Death: Although offscreen, it's heavily implied she was sliced from the spine up.
- Faux Affably Evil: Happy to turn on the charm, until she gets what she wants.
- For the Evulz: After she succeeds in locking up the Lab Rats and declares that the magnetic waves are powerful enough to melt their bionic chips claiming that once their bionics are gone that they will finally be rid of bionic humans. Chase rebuffs by asking that if her Androids are so much better than bionics than why does she need to destroy their chips. Giselle claims she doesn't, she just wants to watch them suffer a slow and painful death.
- Genre Blind: Really shouldn't have told Troy he was outdated, and going to be replaced by her new brand of androids.
- Greed: Her main motivation for wanting to wipe out the bionic heroes? So that her androids don't have any competition.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: She ends up meeting her end when she accidentally retracts her whip around herself presumably slicing her in half.
- Hot Scientist: She's pretty easy on the eyes for a selfish murderer.
- Killed Offscreen: We never actually see her death.
- Lack of Empathy: Concepts such as empathy, don't even seem to register with her. The only time she shows any care for another person, its purely manipulative.
- Older Than They Look: Is about Douglas's age, but could pass for being younger.
- Pet the Dog: Though Pragmatic Villainy may be in effect, after the bionic students, along with the Lab Rats escape the room they were locked in due to Leo. They confront Giselle when Adam, Bree and Chase tell them to leave she doesn't even attempt to stop them claiming that Adam, Bree and Chase are the ones who keep getting in her way.
- Pragmatic Villainy: Giselle doesn't bother trying to stop the bionic soldiers from escaping after the Lab Rats tell them to escape, deciding they're not of any interest to her.
- Pride: Is pretty arrogant, she for instance considers her android technology superior to bionics, despite admitting to failing to figure out Chase's abilities.
- Smug Snake: Really as dangerous as she is, she's a bit to full of herself for her own good.
- The Sociopath: Like Victor Krane, she has no regard for human life and will gladly murder anyone who gets in her way.
- Whip It Good: In her second appearance she's seen using an electric whip as her primary weapon. It's sharp and powerful enough to smash cameras and cut through steel.
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- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Because Giselle mistreated him he decides to turn on her and eliminate ALL humans.
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Time has seriously flown by! It’s been more than eight years since Lab Rats first premiered on Disney XD on February 27, 2012!
The fan-favorite series stayed on the air for four epic seasons and came to an end on February 3, 2016. The show starred William Brent, Kelli Berglund, Tyrel Jackson Williams, Hal Sparks, Maile Flanagan, Angel Parker, Jeremy Kent Jackson, Spencer Boldman, Brandon Salgado Telis, Madison Pettis and more. It was all about a normal boy named Leo whose life got turned upside down after he discovered a secret underground lab that housed three superhuman teenagers. The trio — Adam, the strong one, Bree, the fast one and Chase, the smart one — joined Leo at school, where they had to fit in while hiding their unpredictable bionic strengths.
It was definitely a big part of a lot of people’s childhoods, and when it went off the air, it was truly the end of an era! Then the show had its own spinoff series, Lab Rats: Elite Force, which aired for one season in 2016. After both shows said goodbye to DisneyXD, one of the stars, Spencer, took to Twitter and penned a heartfelt goodbye to the entire franchise.
“Lab Rats has forever changed my life,” the actor wrote on Twitter in October 2016. “[I] will never be able to thank the fans enough for my four years on the show, and want to congratulate the new cast on this past season. Over 100 episodes later, it’s because of all of you I’ve been afforded the opportunities in my life … That show, and our entire cast and crew, will always have a piece of my heart. Unbelievably excited to see what the future has in store for everyone who has been a part of the show, new and old. I’m so proud of what we did.”
But what have the stars been up to since then? J-14 decided to investigate, and it turns out, some of them went on to land a bunch of roles, while others stepped out of the spotlight to start a family of their own! See for yourself! Scroll through our gallery to find out what the cast of Lab Rats is up to now.
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William Brent played Chase Davenport
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What is William Brent up to now?
After Lab Rats, William (who used to be known as Billy Unger but changed his name!) continued his role as Chase Davenport in the spinoff show Lab Rats: Elite Force. But after that, he completely fell off the grid! He hasn’t starred in anything since the show ended in 2016. According to Instagram, he’s focusing on his music career and being a dad!
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Kelli Berglund played Bree Davenport
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What is Kelli Berglund up to now?
Kelli did not slow down after Lab Rats ended! She went on to act in Lab Rats: Elite Force, Now Apocalypse, Ghost in the Graveyard, Cherry, Animal Kingdom and more. She’s currently starring show called Heels, and fans cannot wait!
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Spencer Boldman played Adam Davenport
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What is Spencer Boldman up to now?
Spencer continued to act after Lab Rats came to an end, starring in the 2018 movie Cruise. Besides acting, the former Disney star also loves to travel and work out!
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Tyrel Jackson Williams played Leo Dooley
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What is Tyrel Jackson Williams up to now?
Lab Rats was just the beginning for Tyrel. He went on to star in Nobodies, The Bachelors, Future-Worm!, Brockmire and more. He’s got a new movie called Thunder Force that’s set to come out in 2020, so yeah, the list seriously goes on and on!
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Hal Sparks played Donald Davenport
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What is Hal Sparks up to now?
Hal accomplished a lot after starring in Lab Rats. He went on to appear in Year 3000, Bachelor Lions and episodes of Fuller House, Grey’s Anatomy, Milo Murphy’s Law and Famously Afraid. That’s not all! The actor is also the lead singer and guitarist for a band called ZERO 1. He’s also embarked on two stand-up comedy tours and is busy raising his son, Camden Harrison Sparks.
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Maile Flanagan played Principal Perry
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What is Maile Flanagan up to now?
Maile may always be Principal Perry in fans’ hearts, but that didn’t stop her from landing a lot of roles after Lab Rats ended! She acted in 3 Bears Christmas, Trouble, Pig Goat Banana Cricket, Naruto: Shippûden, Boruto: Naruto Next Generations, Lab Rats: Elite Force and more! She also lent her voice to various video games, and married Lesa Hammett in 2008.
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Angel Parker played Tasha Davenport
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What is Angel Parker up to now?
Angel continued to act after Lab Rats, appearing in American Crime Story, Trial & Error, The Strain, Relish, Runaways and more. She’s got a whopping three new movies in the works at the moment, so fans might want to keep their eyes peeled for her. She is married to actor Eric Nenninger, and they have two children together.
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Jeremy Kent Jackson played Douglas Davenport
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What is Jeremy Kent Jackson up to now?
After Lab Rats ended, Jeremy landed a few roles here and there including Rufus in You, Justin in Left for Dead and X-Ray in Avengers Assemble. He also founded a company called DiscoveryOnstage, which creates, develops and promotes arts-based education programming.
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Will Forte played Eddy
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What is Will Forte up to now?
Will went on to star in The Awesomes, The Ridiculous 6, Moonbeam City, Gravity Falls, Keanu, A Futile and Stupid Gesture, The Last Man on Earth, Bob’s Burgers, Extra Ordinary, Booksmart, Good Boys, Alien News Desk and more. Go Will!
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Brandon Salgado Telis played Bob
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What is Brandon Salgado Telis up to now?
The actor who played Bob in Lab Rats is living a pretty normal life now! Brandon hasn’t appeared in anything since 2017 and doesn’t use social media, so it’s hard to know what he’s up to these days.
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Madison Pettis played Janelle
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What is Madison Pettis up to now?
Madison went on to star in Do You Believe?, Jake and the Never Land Pirates, Late Bloomer, Five Points, The Lion Guard, The Fosters and more! She also kept pretty busy in the romance department. The actress was linked to Michael Porter Jr., Kalin White, Jaden Smith and Bryce Cass over the years.
List of Lab Rats characters
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Lab Rats, also known as Lab Rats: Bionic Island for its 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.
Chase (Billy Unger) is the team leader of the Lab Rats. He has incredible intelligence and is able to access a vast database of information at any time. He can take control over his siblings with his override app in emergencies, gaining full control of their bionics, body motions, and dialogue. He also has a magnetism app, allowing him to control magnetic objects. His senses are extremely powerful, including extremely sensitive hearing and the ability to see through solid matter. He can also create force fields which can be used as a weapon by shrinking them into his hand before launching them. When growing too nervous or angry, he activates his Commando app, which causes him to glitch and turn into Spike, a second personality who is rude and destructive. Spike has super strength, is almost as strong as Adam, and is skilled in hand-to-hand combat. A second glitch causes Chase to produce a sonic sneeze when his nose is irritated too much. One of his hidden abilities is molecularkinesis, the ability to manipulate energy around objects to freely move them, which he discovers in "Mission: Space"; in essence, he is telekinetic. When Chase was created, he was referred to as Subject C until Davenport gave him a name. Coincidentally, Billy Unger is skilled in martial arts and hand-to-hand combat, making portraying the role of Chase easy.
In "Bionic Showdown", it is revealed that Douglas is Chase's creator instead of Davenport. In "Brother Battle", Douglas gives Chase a new bionic ability: a bo staff that is also a laser which he can create with his fist. In "First Day of Bionic Academy", along with Adam and Bree, Chase becomes a mentor and trains Krane's ex-soldiers to become heroes. In the series finale, he and Bree take part in Davenport's next experiment which involves working with superheroes, as seen in Lab Rats: Elite Force.
Adam (Spencer Boldman) is the oldest and most powerful of the team, with superhuman strength which makes him one of the strongest men on the planet. Adam may not be the brightest of the team, but he makes up for it with his great strength. He also has laser vision that can produce focused, yet intense, heat beams. When he gets too happy, he can glitch, causing him to create pulse grenades. His first hidden ability is revealed in "Bionic Showdown", where he generates a powerful force blast of electricity called a blast wave in order to save Leo from Marcus. When Adam was created, he was referred to as Subject A until Davenport gave him a name.
In "Bionic Showdown", it is revealed that Douglas is Adam's creator instead of Davenport and that Adam has an obsessive love for food. In "Sink or Swim", it is revealed that Adam has the ability to breathe underwater. In "Brother Battle", Douglas gives Adam a new bionic ability: pressurized lung capacity, an extremely powerful wind which he blows from his mouth. In "First Day of Bionic Academy", along with Chase and Bree, Adam becomes a mentor and trains Krane's ex-soldiers to become heroes. In the series finale, he and Leo return to the bionic academy to oversee the other bionic students.
Bree (Kelli Berglund) can move at over 400 miles per hour, create a sonic cyclone, jump exceptionally high, and stick to walls and ceilings. Her speed also grants her equally great dexterity, letting her perform feats like typing with just as much speed. One of her hidden abilities is voice manipulation, where she can perfectly replicate any voice or sound she has heard at least once. When she gets too nervous, her voice manipulation ability will cause her to randomly use any of the voices she has heard all at once. She is the only member of the team to ever question how Perry still has her job despite everything she has done. When Bree was created, she was referred to as Subject B until Davenport gave her a name.
In "Bionic Showdown", it is revealed that Douglas is Bree's creator instead of Davenport. In "Brother Battle", Douglas gives Bree a new bionic ability: invisibility. In "Zip It", Chase and Bree get a part-time job at Tech Town. In "Three Minus Bree", Bree destroys her bionic chip after getting frustrated that she cannot go to a concert with Caitlin. After finding out that Chase, Adam, and Davenport almost died on a mission because she was not there to help with her abilities, she realizes that she was being selfish and asks Davenport to make her a new bionic chip. Unfortunately, because Douglas is the one who made the bionic chips, Davenport cannot repair Bree's bionic chip, leaving her with no bionics. When Leo goes to Douglas for help in "Which Father Knows Best?" Davenport and Douglas work together and repair Bree's chip. In "First Day of Bionic Academy", along with Chase and Adam, Bree becomes a mentor and trains Krane's ex-soldiers to become heroes. In the series finale, she and Chase take part in Davenport's next experiment which involves working with superheroes, as seen in Lab Rats: Elite Force.
Leo (Tyrel Jackson Williams) is the stepson of Davenport and son of Tasha. He is considered a social outcast, considering his small amount of friends. He accidentally discovers the lab and Chase, Adam, and Bree after he and his mother move in with Donald Davenport. He finds them, as well as Davenport's inventions, to be incredibly cool and quickly forms a sibling bond with them. Davenport distrusts Leo due to the accidental destruction that he causes.
In "Rats on a Train", it is revealed that his full name is Leo Francis Dooley. In "Missin' the Mission", Leo finally proves himself to Davenport and becomes the team's mission specialist. In "Leo vs. Evil", Leo discovers Marcus' true intentions and later battles him in the exoskeleton in "Bionic Showdown". In "Adam Up", Adam reveals that Leo has a goldfish named Beyoncé. In "No Going Back", he and Davenport are trapped in the lab's elevator after Douglas blows up the lab. In "Sink or Swim", Leo and Davenport are freed from the elevator when Leo switches on the emergency switch. In "You Posted What!?!" Douglas gives Leo bionic abilities after his right arm is badly injured during a fight against Krane and S-1 at Mission Creek High. Leo's bionic arm has super strength and can shoot laser orbs. Krane and S-1 discover this while they are fighting Leo and Douglas. Chase, Adam, Bree, and Davenport are shocked when they figure out that Leo has bionics when he knocks out Krane by blasting him during a fight. Tasha and Perry find out when Leo accidentally grips Perry's hand too tight during a handshake. In "Armed and Dangerous", Leo exposes his bionic arm to Janelle. In "Merry Glitchmas", Leo accidentally exposes his bionic arm to his grandmother. In "Rise of the Secret Soldiers", Leo accidentally exposes his bionic arm in front of an entire mob of angry protesters while trying to get them to leave the house. Additionally, Douglas unlocks a new bionic ability for Leo which allows him to use his bionic arm to absorb energy from any power source. Leo also receives his own mission suit. In "Bionic House Party", Leo transfers most of his energy to Davenport in order to save him, which causes him to turn old and nearly die. The bionic students later save him by transferring their energy to him. In "First Day of Bionic Academy", he becomes a student at the bionic academy and starts at the beginner level. In "Space Elevator", all of the students move up one level, while Leo moves up two levels. He later gets a bionic leg after stopping the crash-landing of Dr. Ryan's space elevator, injuring his leg in the process. In "Lab Rats: On the Edge", he becomes a mentor when he saves everyone, including Douglas, from a collapsing bridge after help from a reformed S-1, who is now known as Taylor, and Logan. In the series finale, he and Adam return to the bionic academy to oversee the other bionic students.
Donald Davenport (Hal Sparks) is the billionaire inventor who is Leo's stepfather and the older brother of Douglas. He is the father figure and seemingly the creator of Chase, Adam, and Bree, but it is later revealed that Douglas is the true creator of Chase, Adam and Bree. He usually seems self-centered, childish, and a bit selfish, but he does care about everyone. He can be strict at times, especially about Chase, Adam, and Bree's training or missions. Besides his intelligence, Davenport is very good at martial arts and taught the Chase, Adam, and Bree how to use hand-to-hand combat. He seems to be the only one to believe Leo when he says that Marcus is evil.
In "Bionic Showdown", after he, Chase, Adam, and Bree are captured by Douglas, he confesses to them that Douglas is the one who created them, but when he learned about Douglas' evil plan to turn them into dangerous bionic soldiers, he hid them in the lab to protect them. Later, Chase, Adam, and Bree tell Davenport that he is their true father whether or not Douglas is the one who made them. In "No Going Back", Davenport becomes broke because Douglas has escaped and maxed out his credit cards, hacked everything in Davenport Industries, and withdrew all of Davenport's money from the bank. Later, he and Leo are trapped in the lab's elevator after Douglas blows up the lab. In "Sink or Swim", Leo and Davenport are freed from the elevator when Leo switches on the emergency switch. In "The Jet Wing", Davenport does a death-defying stunt in order to raise money to make a new lab. In "Mission: Mission Creek High", Davenport builds a new lab, re-installs Eddy, and becomes rich again when he makes a contract with the government to make a rocket system to protect the Earth from rogue asteroids. In "Rise of the Secret Soldiers", Davenport gets seriously injured after battling Krane, resulting in him going to the hospital and having surgery, and it is unknown if he survives his injuries. Leo later saves his life in "Bionic House Party" by transferring some of his energy into him. In "Unauthorized Mission, Davenport is injured again by Sebastian while testing out the new mission simulator at the bionic academy. It is later revealed in "Bionic Rebellion" that his injuries are not serious. In "Space Colony", Davenport's newest space colony is nearly destroyed by Krane and Dr. Gao. In the series finale, Davenport begins his next experiment which involves two members from the team working with superheroes, as seen in Lab Rats: Elite Force. However, he has to return to Mission Creek so he can be there when his baby daughter is born.
Tasha (Angel Parker) is the mother of Leo, wife of Davenport, and a TV reporter. She also acts as a mother figure for Chase, Adam, and Bree, but bonds more with Bree because she is the only girl in the house. In the series finale, she reveals that she is pregnant with a baby girl, something that Bree has always wanted.
Eddy (voiced by Will Forte) is the six-year-old smart home system created by Davenport who controls the Davenport house. Eddy hates Chase, Adam, Bree, and Tasha, but is frenemies with Leo and loves Davenport. He believes Tasha is hideously unattractive.
In "No Going Back", Douglas blows up the lab, and it is later confirmed that Eddy has been destroyed, much to Tasha's delight. In "Mission: Mission Creek High", Eddy makes his return when Davenport rebuilds the lab and recreates him, much to the dismay of the others. In "Three Minus Bree", Eddy takes over Tasha's body when Leo's latest invention to try to make Tasha, who is sick, feel better goes awry. In "Human Eddy", Eddy shows up in the bionic academy's systems, where he states that he had been trying to get to island for months and has trapped Tasha in the closet. Davenport creates a synthetic body for Eddy, with an altered personality to help Perry with her security job. With Eddy's new personality starting to annoy Perry, Perry uses one of Davenport's passwords to restore Eddy's old personality. Afterward, Eddy starts to get payback on Leo and Bree by trapping them in a wall. Then Eddy starts hanging out with Davenport as Leo and Bree arrive to tell him what Eddy has done, only to find out that Eddy has doctored the security footage. To get even with Eddy, Leo and Bree tell Perry that Eddy might have her replaced with someone else. This causes Perry to make plans to keep Eddy from taking her job, and Perry confronts Eddy and fights him when he calls her a gnome; however, due to his body being synthetic, Eddy cannot feel pain. Chase, Adam, Bree, and Leo learn that Perry has reprogrammed him and Leo manages to kick Eddy with his bionic leg just as Davenport arrives upon being beard-dialed by Eddy. Davenport then struggles with Eddy and is accidentally thrown into a wall. Perry then destroys Eddy's synthetic body with a laser. Later, Davenport recreates Eddy and puts him back into the bionic academy's systems.
Principal Perry / Perry (Maile Flanagan) is the principal of Mission Creek High. It is never revealed why, but she dislikes Leo the most and is frenemies with him. Ever since the events of "Mission Invisible", she has been suspicious of the team's secret.
In "Chip Switch", her full name is revealed to be Theresa "Terry" Cherry Perry. In "My Little Brother", her mother is introduced and reveals that Terry is short for Theresa. In "No Going Back", she finally discovers Chase, Adam, and Bree's bionics. Despite wanting to turn them in, she blackmails Davenport to bribe her to keep her quiet; however, due to Douglas making him go broke, she leaves, but promises Davenport and Tasha that it is not over. In "Sink or Swim", she helps Leo, Davenport, and Tasha by letting them stay at the school so she can get her money sooner. In "You Posted What!?!" it is revealed that she and Douglas have some form of relationship that Douglas does not want to talk about. In "Face-Off", while Principal Perry is sick at home, Bree impersonates her using a cyber cloak to get revenge on Adam, and it is revealed that Principal Perry has a twin sister who has been missing for 11 years. In "Unauthorized Mission", she quits her job and manipulates Davenport so that he will let her work as the chief of security at the bionic academy. In "Bionic Rebellion", Perry tries to warn everyone about Sebastian stealing the explosives, but no one believes her. After Sebastian, Lexi, and Tank are defeated, Perry has them locked up.
Trent (Eddie Perino) is the bully and jock of Mission Creek High, who has an ongoing feud with Chase, Adam, Bree, and Leo. He has competed against Chase, Adam, Bree, and Leo in football and basketball and somehow always seems to come out with the short end of the stick. In "Trent Gets Schooled", he graduates thanks to the help of Chase and Leo; however, much to their shock, Perry hires him as the gym teacher.
Janelle (Madison Pettis) is Leo's girlfriend, who is very smart and controlling. In "Can I Borrow the Helicopter?" Leo mentions that she also likes comics. In "Back from the Future", Future Leo reveals that he marries Janelle in the future, but when Leo skips his date with her to go save Chase, Adam, and Bree, Future Leo ends up living alone with a dog. In "Air Leo", it is revealed that she likes basketball. In "Avalanche!" Janelle returns, where Leo accidentally freezes her and Tasha with one of Davenport's inventions. In "Prank You Very Much", Leo's grandmothers disapproves of Janelle. In "Mission: Mission Creek High", Janelle believes Leo is bad luck because she always gets hurt when they are together. In "Scramble the Orbs", she no longer sees Leo as a jinx or bad luck, so she invites him to her play; however, Trent steals Leo's ticket and Leo and Trent ruin her play.
Caitlin (Michaela Carrozzo) is Bree's best friend. In "Robot Fight Club", it is revealed that she wears glasses and also has a crush on Adam, but later develops a crush on Chase. In "Zip It", she gets a part-time job at Tech Town and makes Bree do all her work. In "Not So Smart Phone", she is fired from Tech Town after she has an emotional breakdown and destroys an ePhone 7.
Marcus (Mateus Ward) is an android with all of Chase, Adam, and Bree's abilities and is Leo's arch-enemy. Marcus originally comes off as friendly and considerate, but it is all an act to lower suspicion on him and gain the others' trust. In "Mission: Space", he installs a hidden spy camera in Davenport's lab. In "Speed Trapped", Marcus reveals to Leo that he is also bionic and threatens to reveal Chase, Adam, and Bree's secret if he tells anyone the truth about him. In "Leo vs. Evil", it is revealed that Marcus has an evil lair right under his house and is also working for his father. In "Bionic Showdown", it is revealed that he is an android with all of Chase, Adam, and Bree's abilities combined and augmented. He was created by Douglas to capture Chase, Adam, and Bree. It is also revealed that Douglas is Chase, Adam, and Bree's true creator. Later, Marcus appears to be crushed and defeated. In "Bionic Action Hero", Giselle manages to track down Marcus' body, hinting at his return. In "The Vanishing Part 1" and "The Vanishing Part 2", Marcus is revealed to have been rebuilt by Giselle and battles Chase, Adam, Bree, Leo, Davenport, Douglas, and Daniel, before being defeated and destroyed by Daniel. When Leo later throws his parts on the floor at the lab out of frustration for everything that he has done, he automatically reassembles and attempts to battle Leo, before being blasted and destroyed by Douglas.
Douglas Davenport / Douglas (Jeremy Kent Jackson) is the creator of Chase, Adam, Bree, and Marcus, step-uncle of Leo, and younger brother of Donald Davenport, as revealed in "Bionic Showdown". He first appears in "Leo vs. Evil", where he is planning to capture Chase, Adam, Bree and ruin Davenport. He is credited as Shadowy Figure. Douglas returns in "Avalanche!" where he reveals that he is just like Chase, underappreciated by his own sibling. Although he tries to manipulate Chase into betraying the others, Chase double-crosses Douglas and freezes him, stating that he would never betray his own family. Davenport then has him sent to one of his facilities to be imprisoned.
In "No Going Back", Douglas is freed by a mysterious masked man; after he is freed, he contacts Davenport and tells him that he is the one who has maxed out his credit cards, hacked everything in Davenport Industries, and drained all of his money out of the bank. He also states that he is going after Chase, Adam, and Bree and blows up the lab, with Leo and Davenport trapped in the lab's elevator. In "Sink or Swim", Douglas impersonates Davenport and captures Chase, Adam, and Bree. It is later revealed that Douglas is working with billionaire Krane, who wants Chase, Adam, and Bree destroyed, much to Douglas's shock. In "Taken", Douglas saves Chase, Adam, and Bree from Krane; however, Davenport still does not trust him. After Bree destroys her bionic chip in "Three Minus Bree" and Davenport's attempts at rebuilding it fail, Leo goes to Douglas for help in "Which Father Knows Best?". With the help of Davenport, Bree's bionic chip is repaired. Still not trusting Douglas, however, Davenport kicks him out. Realizing that everyone deserves a second chance, Davenport later allows Douglas to stay with the family for a while. In "You Posted What!?!" still living with the Davenports, it is revealed that he and Principal Perry have some form of relationship that Douglas does not want to talk about. Douglas also gives Leo a bionic arm after his arm is badly injured by S-1. In "Armed and Dangerous", Douglas starts training Leo on how to use his bionic arm more responsibly. After Davenport builds Davenport Bionic Academy, Douglas becomes a part of the bionic academy's R&D and is often put in charge whenever Davenport is out. In "And Then They Were Four", Douglas reveals that he created a fourth bionic child named Daniel, who he did not tell was bionic. After Daniel's bionics are accidentally activated by Chase, Adam, Bree, and Leo and Davenport and Douglas find out, Douglas comes clean to Daniel and tells him that he has power-replicating abilities. After Adam and Daniel stop the leak of the hydroloop's fuel tank, Douglas apologizes to Daniel for lying about his bionics out of fear that he would freak out, and Daniel decides to give Douglas a second chance. Before Daniel leaves to go back to the mainland, Douglas tells him that he can come back anytime.
Victor Krane (Graham Shiels) is a billionaire who sports his own bionics, where he has super strength, super speed, expert fighting abilities, genius-level intellect, pyrokinesis, electrokinesis, molecularkinesis, energy absorption, geo-leaping, super jumping, enhanced durability, sonic screaming, and the Triton app. He works for and invests $80,000,000 in Douglas.
In "No Going Back", he breaks into the offshore facility to break Douglas out. In "Sink or Swim", he overthrows Douglas and forms his own plan after Douglas fails to control Chase, Adam, and Bree through the Triton app. In "Taken", he plans to destroy Chase, Adam, and Bree because they are a threat to him by kidnapping Leo and Tasha and using them as bait. In "You Posted What!?!" it is shown that Krane has an entire army of bionic soldiers, with the only one identified being S-1. Krane and S-1 are defeated by Chase, Adam, Bree, and Leo and arrested by the government. They are seen trapped in an electric cage; however, Krane is still able to awaken his other bionic experiments that are on the other side of the world. In "Rise of the Secret Soldiers", Krane and S-1 are freed by Krane's bionic soldiers and he plans to use the Triton app to control the world, which he demonstrates on the president. Krane is finally defeated when he is sent flying into the air by Chase, Adam, and Bree when they all combine their abilities together to disable the Triton app, which causes the remaining bionic soldiers to lose their memory and end up being trained at Davenport Bionic Academy. In "Bionic Dog", it is revealed that Krane had taken Otis, Douglas dog who he implanted with bionics, and put him under the Triton app and gives him the mission of destroying Douglas. Chase and Douglas later successfully remove Otis' bionic chip. In "One of Us", it is discovered that Krane had installed a doomsday virus in the Triton app, which would cause the bionic soldiers to self-destruct to prevent anyone else from controlling them in case he dies. In "Space Colony", it is revealed that Krane had survived his last battle with everyone, but suffered severe injuries. He collaborates with Dr. Gao in order to destroy Davenport's space colony. Krane later dies when a missile destroys his attacking space pod.
S-1 / Taylor
Taylor (Ashley Argota), formerly known as S-1, is one of the first bionic soldiers to be made by Krane. She is bionic and fights beside Krane. She can set her body temperature to adapt to her surroundings and possesses super strength, super speed, molecularkinesis, energy generation, and enhanced martial arts abilities. S-1 also appears to like Chase, much to Bree's shock. During Krane and S-1's fight with the team, S-1 takes on Bree in a speed-fighting match and loses after Krane is subdued. Both of them are arrested by the government and placed in an electric cage. She seems to have taken Marcus' place as Leo's arch-enemy until "One of Us", where she and Leo make a fresh start after a bionic virus left by Krane is stopped.
In "Rise of the Secret Soldiers", Krane and S-1 are freed by Krane's bionic soldiers as they plan to use the Triton app to control the world. S-1 takes on Leo in a battle and is sent flying far from the junkyard by him. In "Lab Rats: On the Edge", she becomes blind after an accident with Leo's laser sphere.
President (John Eric Bentley) is the fictional president of the United States. He becomes aware of Chase, Adam, and Bree after their activity is leaked on the Internet in "You Posted What!?!". He approves the Davenport Bionic Academy after he sees the bionic soldiers save Leo in "Bionic House Party". A running gag is that he thinks Leo is somewhat useless since he always laughs when Leo tries to show off and calls him funny.
S-3 / Sebastian
Sebastian (Cole Ewing), formerly known as S-3, is one of the bionic soldiers who works for Krane. Sebastian's bionic abilities include super intelligence, super senses, use of laser pitchforks, geo-leaping, energy generation, energy transference, molecularkinesis, electrokinesis, pyrokinesis, and heat vision. In "Rise of the Secret Soldiers", he takes on Chase and is defeated by him. Following Krane's defeat and the disabling of the Triton app, Sebastian is among the remaining bionic soldiers that are taken in by Davenport and enlisted at Davenport Bionic Academy. In "First Day at Bionic Academy", he develops a rivalry with Chase and develops a crush on Bree. In "Unauthorized Mission", he develops a friendship with Chase; however, he later turns evil after Chase tells him about Krane being his creator and what happened to him. In "Bionic Rebellion", Sebastian begins his plans for revenge against everyone, with the help of Lexi and Tank, fellow bionic soldiers, while using the knowledge he has learned from Chase to unlock several new abilities. After the team tricks Sebastian into overloading his bionic chip, which is later removed, Sebastian is imprisoned by Perry, alongside Lexi and Tank.
Spin (Max Charles) is a young bionic child who has taken up the name Spin because he can spin very fast in a tornado-like matter. At Davenport Bionic Academy, Spin develops a rivalry with Leo. In "Unauthorized Mission", he and Leo become friends after Leo saves him and Bob from quicksand. In "Bionic Rebellion", Spin and Bob help Leo escape from the other bionic students, but his level is later demoted back to beginner as discipline for his actions in "Unauthorized Mission". In "Space Elevator", all of the students move up one level, and Spin is now intermediate.
Bob (Brandon Salgado-Telis) is a bionic soldier. His bionic abilities include super strength and levitation. Whenever Bob sees Bree, he tries to impress her or use pick-up lines. Adam is the one who came up with his name. In "First Day at Bionic Academy", Adam becomes his mentor. In "Forbidden Hero", Bob becomes attracted to Caitlin and starts hanging around her, causing Bree to become jealous. However, Bob later reveals that he is not attracted to Caitlin and he was only using her to see if Bree likes him. In "Space Elevator", he almost fails the first semester, but Perry helps him become tough and he moves up one level like everyone else and is now intermediate.
Notable guest stars
Kavan (Cody Christian) appears in "Crush, Chop, and Burn".
Grandma Rose / Dooley
Grandma Rose (Telma Hopkins), credited as Grandma Dooley in "Prank You Very Much", is Leo's grandmother and Tasha's mother. She seems to protect and love Leo more than she does Tasha. She dislikes Davenport and Janelle; when Davenport injures her, he has to take care of her as a command from Tasha, but he makes her a mechanical wheelchair instead. Janelle is shown to dislike her as well as she tries to get rid of her when she wants to spend time with Leo.
Future Leo (Tyler James Williams) appears in "Back from the Future".
Agent Gordon (Tim Russ) appears in "Parallel Universe".
Joey Logano appears as himself in "The Bionic 500".
Dr. Evans (Noah Wyle) appears in " 'Twas the Mission Before Christmas".
Scott (Dustin Ingram) is the manager of Tech Town, who likes Chase and hates Bree and Caitlin. In "Not So Smart Phone", he fires Caitlin after she has an emotional breakdown and breaks a new ePhone 7. He is a goofy and obnoxious boss who likes technology, which is shown in "Scramble the Orbs", when he gives a $500 Tech Town gift card to an app contest winner.
Andre Ethier appears as himself in "Alien Gladiators".
Simon (Karan Brar) appears in "Alien Gladiators".
Tecton (Jilon VanOver) appears in "Lab Rats vs. Mighty Med".
Incapacitator (Damion Poitier) appears in "Lab Rats vs. Mighty Med".
Horace (Carlos Lacámara) appears in "Lab Rats vs. Mighty Med".
Troy West (Leo Howard) is an android with bionics who was created by Giselle, Douglas's ex-girlfriend, to act as an action film star. In "Bionic Action Hero", he appears at the bionic academy with Giselle for a movie with Chase, Adam, Bree, Leo, and Douglas. However, Bree discovers that the movie is just a cover and Troy and Giselle want to use Chase's bionic chip so that Giselle can implement her android army with his intelligence. Troy is later ultimately defeated by Bree when she exposes him to water.
Giselle (Jessalyn Wanlim) is a scientist and film director, who is a former colleague and girlfriend of Douglas and is known for creating androids. She first appears in "Bionic Action Hero", where she wants to make a movie about Chase, Adam, Bree, Leo, and Douglas as a cover for her and Troy West to steal Chase's bionic chip in order to improve her android army with his intelligence. After Troy and his rebels are defeated, she manages to locate Marcus' body as part of her plans to improve her androids. In "The Vanishing Part 1" and "The Vanishing Part 2", Giselle returns with Marcus, finally ready to execute her plan of destroying all bionic humans, and successfully destroys all of the bionic chips, except for Daniel's. However, Chase, Adam, Bree, and Leo fight back and Giselle is defeated when she accidentally wraps her electric whip around herself.
Logan (Emery Kelly) appears in "Lab Rats: On the Edge".
Willie McGinest (Willie McGinest) appears in "Ultimate Tailgate Challenge".
Daniel (Pearce Joza) is the younger bionic brother of Chase, Adam, and Bree and is the step-brother of Leo. He has been living a normal life with an adopted family and never knew that he had bionics until his siblings accidentally activate his chip while taking a group photo. It is revealed by Douglas that Daniel has an ability called power replication, in which he can touch someone and obtain whatever ability they have; however, when he touches another person, the old ability is replaced with the new one. After Adam and Daniel stop the leak of the hydroloop fuel tank, Douglas apologizes to Daniel for lying about his bionics out of fear that he would freak out, and Daniel decides to give Douglas a second chance. Before Daniel leaves to go back to the mainland, Douglas tells him that he can come back anytime. His original name is Subject D as he is the fourth bionic human that Douglas created.
Dr. Gao (Ping Wu) appears in "Space Colony".
- The episodes of Lab Rats that have aired are the source of most of the information in this article.
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