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Lab Rats 

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A scrawny 14-year-old, having discovered his inventor stepdad has three bionic, super-powered teens living cloistered in a secret lab beneath their home, brings them out into the world.
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2016   2015   2014   2013   2012  
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Series cast summary:
William Brent ...  Chase Davenport / ... 98 episodes, 2012-2016
Spencer Boldman ...  Adam Davenport 98 episodes, 2012-2016
Kelli Berglund ...  Bree Davenport / ... 98 episodes, 2012-2016
Tyrel Jackson Williams ...  Leo Dooley 98 episodes, 2012-2016
Hal Sparks ...  Donald Davenport 98 episodes, 2012-2016
Maile Flanagan ...  Principal Perry / ... 45 episodes, 2012-2016
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When 14-year-old Leo's mom Tasha Dooley marries billionaire inventor Donald Davenport, he moves up in the world, but neither he nor his mom in their wildest dreams imagine that Leo will soon find three bionic super-powered teenagers - Adam, Bree and Chase - living within a secret lab beneath the inventor's expansive home. Now Leo has three older "siblings" to watch out for him while he introduces them to the outside world. School life and super-adventures await them all. Written by statmanjeff

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Hal Sparks and Jeremy Kent Jackson share a real-life birthday of September 25. See more »

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Announcer: The world's first bionic superhumans. They're stronger than us, faster, smarter... The next generation of the human race is...
Leo Dooley: ...living in my basement?
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Referenced in Mighty Med: Lab Rats vs. Mighty Med: Part 2 (2015) See more »

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Lab Rats Theme
Performed by DJ Lunar and BIA
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The Best Live Action Disney Show Currently Airing
4 September 2015 | by pseudosanity-97735See all my reviews

Lab Rats is a pretty great show, especially coming from the live action department of Disney. It's my third favorite Disney XD show, preceded by Gravity Falls and Phineas and Ferb.

The characters, for the most part are well written. Finally: the stereotypical "strong, tall guy" isn't the bully. And while Adam is fairly unintelligent, he has his moments (ex. in Leo vs Evil he comes up a simple solution when everyone else was trying to over-complicate things). The stereotypical "small, nerdy kid" actually has self esteem, and is able to fight. And Bree, the only girl of the main cast, IS NOT A LOVE INTEREST! Sure, she has crushes, but what girl doesn't, and they are such a small part of the show. Even Tasha, part of the supporting cast, is more of a mother figure than a love interest for Donald. Plus she has a career and is able to manage probably the four most destructive kids in the planet. And Janelle, the love interest whose smart, doesn't put up with crap, and isn't even all that romantic, is a breath of fresh air. You go, girls! I will admit that there are some still very poorly written characters. Trent, for example, is your typical football jock bully. Principal Perry is that typical mean authority figure that everyone hates yet has to put up with (although I do like her in the episode Chip Switch). And Mr. Davenport himself is way too self absorbed (although I still like how he is a legitimate authority figure for the kids).

The plot of Lab Rats, which really starts to pick up in Season 2, is great. And I love how some of the first supporting characters you see in season one are seen all the way up into season four (ex Janelle and Principle Perry). (That is one thing that really bothers me about Disney's Kickin' It: Eddie is a main character for the first two seasons, but then he disappears without explanation and everyone else acts like he never even existed.) This show has its fair share of problems, but, all in all, is a pretty great show. If I were showing this to my kids, I would explain why some things shouldn't be tried in real life, and make sure they understand that its portrayal of school is not accurate at all, and then let them enjoy!


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Lab Rats: Bionic Island See more »

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