Using his super strength, he tries to pull the helicopter back down, but it is too heavy. To make it up to Leo, they let him try out their mission simulator in which they train their skills against artificial enemies. Later, Perry unfortunately slips from the tightrope after the attack drone flies past her, though she manages to grab onto the rope before falling. The effects of the potion eventually wear off and Kaz returns to his former self. Meanwhile, Leo and Douglas snoop in Davenport's briefcase and compete for what they think to be his new vice-president, only to find out it was for the Davenport Industries softball team. The running time of each new episode is about 24 minutes.
Scarlett plans to kill them by lowering their metal cage into a lava pit. Leo makes multiple purchases at Tech Town and eventually becomes the one-millionth customer, but Scott informs him that family members of employees are ineligible to win the prize. However, she and her cameraman have repeated trouble getting the train on camera until it is stopped. Working together, they reverse the polarity of the magnets that propel the elevator and it begins coming down ten times as fast. Douglas gives the super intelligence to the rest of the students, but when Adam tries restoring Bob to his former self, he accidentally gives all the students the intelligence of farm animals, reducing them to mindless zombies who aimlessly wander around. As Bree is about to tell Tasha, Chase realizes how to turn Naomi back, and successfully does so without Tasha finding out what happened.
As Agent Graham arrives, Douglas reveals that Krane and S-1 are the bionic villains. Special guest star: as Troy West Guest stars: Jeremy Kent Jackson as Douglas, as Giselle Absent: Hal Sparks as Davenport Note: This is a double-length special episode. At the competition, Chase tells Kaz and Oliver that the drone they activated is an attack drone designed to destroy any threat it senses. Skylar becomes upset and attacks Roman and Riker, forcing them to retreat. Davenport then lets Leo use Davenport's helicopter to take Janelle on a date.
We can't believe that is ending so soon! Meanwhile, Chase and Sebastian work to create a virtual training simulator to help train the many students at the academy. Leo is upset when he discovers that Davenport told his mother, but later forgives him. Upon learning of Chase's location, Adam and Bree go to rescue him. The next day, Bree thinks she has patched things up with Jake, but it is really Principal Perry wearing a cyber cloak. Adam pretends to be infected with the virus so he can get close enough to inject Chase and Bree, thereby curing them. At the same time, Chase and Adam try to pull a prank on the girls. Later, Davenport uses his nasal vacuum on Eddy and the pill is extracted.
During the battle, Leo and Tasha are trapped in an exothermic energy field to fry them. Because of Adam's low intelligence, they ignore his idea for bringing Tasha home. When Davenport and Tasha attend the ceremony, Chase, Adam and Bree decide to lock Leo in the lab while they put together a surprise party for him. Eddy is then restored to his former location on a wall monitor. Adam implements several ideas of his own to help Chase become popular with the students, but Chase does not acknowledge the success of Adam's ideas, leading him to run against Chase for Student of the Semester. Since Bree made indirect contact with the Arcturion, she gains new superpowers known as thermo touch and proton ring generation.
While demonstrating his abilities to Oliver and Skylar, Kaz turns himself into a sheep, but then does not revert to his human appearance. Meanwhile, Davenport has grown tired of Pierce, Clayton's obnoxious ultra-rich father, and decides to end their feud through a stock car race, with the loser having to give up their house. Davenport arranges for Chase, Adam, and Bree to go on a mission in Antarctica to obtain the element needed to power his new freezing gun. Chase decides to give up the job after Adam reveals that he would miss Chase and did not want him to leave. However, his inventions wind up being dangerous to the students, due to his lack of experience with trying to help people rather than harm them. Oliver learns that Kaz is a hoarder and has been unknowingly keeping the Arcturion in storage among many other items. Later, Oliver discovers a new superpower that he calls cyclone fingers, but when he shows Davenport his new superpower on the penthouse terrace, things go awry and he accidentally sends Davenport flying over the railing.
However, Davenport learns of a headed toward Earth. Bree is annoyed by Tasha's persistent presence in her new room, and she eventually decides to move back into the lab. Later, Douglas uses the technology from the lie-detecting chair to tell if the mission alerts are real or not. Perry slips from the tightrope after the attack drone flies past her, although she manages to grab onto the rope before falling. Meanwhile, when Bree says Skylar is like a sister to her, Skylar begins rough-housing with Bree. Using Davenport as bait, they lure Chase, Adam, and Bree to their lair.
When Chase and Kaz get Bree's message, they head for Caldera. Leo steadily tries to teach Daniel, but Daniel proves to be unteachable. Oliver is initially unsure of himself in healing a non-superhero, but after a pep talk from Skylar, he realizes a way to instantly heal Clutch's foot by using one of his powers. Adam, Bree, Chase, and Leo battle against Sebastian and his two allies, eventually defeating them. After Davenport's interview, the children restore him to normal.