|“||What’s going on? Why are the bionic soldiers who tried to kill us IN OUR HOUSE?!?!||”|
Davenport lays in critical condition after the battle between the Lab Rats and Victor Krane's bionic soldiers. In an attempt to save him, Leo risks his life, to perform a dangerous bionic process. Meanwhile, after being deactivated from the Triton App, Krane’s former bionic soldiers have nowhere to go, and follow Adam home.
While hanging at home, Chase, Bree and Leo realized that the bionic soldiers are still out there because their no longer controlled through the Triton App as they go looking for them. However, Adam tells them that the bionic soldiers have followed him home because they have nowhere to go. Leo visits Davenport in the hospital to find out he wasn't doing as well as Tasha said. Mr. President tells Chase and Bree that he is looking for the soldiers and their unsure whether or not to tell him that they have the soldiers. Leo uses his energy tranference ability to save Davenport but that causes him to rapidly age. When more soldiers arrived, Bree and Chase realized that Krane made more soldiers than they thought, and Adam decided to throw a bionic house party. Once Tasha and Donald return home with a aging Leo, they discover the party as they explain to them that the government wants to lock them up. However, Donald wants the soldier to be locked up but Adam, Bree and Chase don't want that for them because they not only know that their actions weren't their fault but Krane's but also that their bionic just like them. The President sends Agent Reed to pick up the soldiers but the first time she comes they geo-leap away. However, after seeing them save Leo from dying of old age, the President is convinced that the soldiers can be good and drops their chargers because their actions were done by Krane not them. In the end, Davenport makes The Davenport Bionic Academy to send the bionic soldiers their so they can train and go on missions like Adam, Bree, Chase, and Leo.
- Billy Unger as Chase Davenport
- Spencer Boldman as Adam Davenport
- Kelli Berglund as Bree Davenport
- Tyrel Jackson Williams as Leo Davenport
- Hal Sparks as Donald Davenport
- When Tasha tells Donald not to take on government agents, she is referring to the events of "You Posted What?!?"
- This episode foreshadows the "Escape To The Bionic Island" story-arc.
- S-1 is mentioned by both Leo and Adam in this episode.
- This episode bears similarity to Crush, Chop and Burn, with the soldiers partying like teenagers and the President planning to have them placed in cells.
- This is the third time a party is thrown. The first being Crush, Chop and Burn, and the second being Bionic Birthday Fail.
- Leo states that Tasha still doesn't like Adam, Bree, and Chase living with them.
- It appears the public has forgiven the team after their power surge blunder and now accepts them again. However, they're still mistrustful of the surviving members of Krane's Bionic Army.
- The team tried to protect the soldiers from being captured.
- S-1 is the only soldier not accounted for. Sebastian's signal may not have reached since Leo blasted her unconscious at the junkyard.
- As a running gag, Sebastian kept doing the opposite of what Chase says.
- The soldiers proved themselves to be good by transferring their energy to Leo in front of the president.
- Donald and Leo both almost died in this episode.
- This took place 24 hours after Rise of the Secret Soldiers, and deals with the aftermath of Krane's disappearance.
- Leo saved Donald's life by transferring energy from himself to him.
- This caused him to make his aging process much faster.
- Ironically, Leo's right (bionic) arm is the arm he uses with his walking stick when he turns old.
- The Bionic Academy is introduced in this episode.
- Krane's Bionic Soldiers thought that Adam was their Leader since Krane is missing.
- Donald went to the same hospital Leo ended up in, in You Posted What?!?
- Tasha didn't know Douglas gave Leo an energy transference ability.
- Leo used his energy transference to bring Donold back to life is similar to the Mighty Med episode Storm's End where Horace brings Skylar back to life. In both cases Horace and Leo received a terrible side-effect, but Horace's side-effect wasn't very serious.
- This is the last episode of using the house and mission creek school.
- Adam says, "S-1 through 29, welcome home!" despite the fact that S-1 was blasted away by Leo in the previous episode. Given that Adam isn't very bright, he may have just been unaware of S-1's absence, or he misidentified the soldiers. It's confirmed in One of Us that she wasn't among the soldiers rounded up.
- When Leo accidently causes Davenport's heart to stop in the hospital, the heart monitor states that Davenport's has a heart rate of 120 BPM, however a normal human's BPM is 60 to 100 BPM, meaning that Davenport's BPM should be spiking rather than stopping.
- Also, during the scene, the BPM doesn't change.
- When the camera switches to Donald after the Lab Rats are arguing for the bionic soldiers to remain free, none of the soldiers are visible in the background. When the camera switches again, all of them are still in the living room.
- When the trio is talking to S-3, Leo is seen in several of the background shots, interacting with various soldiers. He moves places several times that don't line up with the shot. At one point, he comes over to stand next to the trio, but in the next shot, he is walking over again. This is likely due to the fact the clips were edited together.
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