A young teen accidentally discovers bionic teenagers with bionic powers. The bionic teens unravel in adventerous situations in an attempt to live life like a normal family.
- Chase Davenport (Billy Unger) is the fifteen-year-old lab rat with an incredible intelligence rate. His bionic powers are due to his leadership. His senses could be considered additional powers.
- Adam Davenport (Spencer Boldman) is the seventeen-year-old lab rat with a shocking strength rate. His bionic powers are due to his tall height. His frustration could be considered additional powers.
- Bree Davenport (Kelli Berglund) is the sixteen-year-old lab rat with an accelerating speed rate. Her bionic powers are due to her lean figure. Her body could be considered additional powers of use.
- Leo Francis Dooley (Tyrel Jackson Williams) is the fourteen-year-old teen without any abilities. He is considered an social outcast due to most circumstances considering his short amount of friends.
- Donald "Big D" Davenport (Hal Sparks) is the thirty-eight-year old billionaire inventor.
- Tasha Davenport (Angel Parker) is Leo's mom, Donald's wife, and a T.V. reporter. She also acts as a mother figure for Adam, Bree, and Chase, but mostly Bree, because they are the only girls in the house. No one thinks she's a good reporter.
- Eddy (Will Forte) is the sarcastic, smart-home system who controls the Lab Rats' house and hates Tasha and the kids.
- Ethan (Garrett Backstrom) is Bree's boyfriend. It appeared that him and Bree talk equations to each other. Appeared in "Leo's Jam" and "Smart and Smarter."
- Terry Cherry Perry (Maile Flanagan) is the principal of Mission Creek High School. It is unknown why, but she dislikes Leo the most.
- Janelle (Madison Pettis) is Leo's crush. Appeared in "Can I Borrow the Helicopter?" and "Back From the Future."
Note: The names of the Lab Rats; Adam, Bree and Chase, are implying that they were originally known as subjects A, B and C. This is further shown by the fact that Adam (Subject A), was born first, followed by Bree (Subject B), and finally Chase (Subject C).
Disney XD is adding another original series to their ranks by having another #1 show in Lab Rats. Lab Rats is coming off being the most watched show on the network in January, and is so far the second most watched show overall in prime in total viewers of kids 2-11 and kids 6-14.
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