Lab Rats Season 4 Episode 6
The Lab Rats are on a mission to save people from a wildfire; when the people start to chant Adam, Bree, and Chase’s names, Leo gets jealous and wants to become known. Douglas gets put in charge to develop a new technology for the academy, but can only come up with things that can hurt the students. Douglas gets an idea for a lie-detecting chair. If a person lies, they are spun in the chair at mach speed. Bob then unintentionally annoys Douglas by suggesting ideas for things that have already been invented. Later, the Lab Rats get a mission alert. When they arrive at the site, they find an old lady who claims her cat ran up a tree, but it is actually a raccoon. Her cat is on the ground next to her. Then five more mission alerts come up. Back at the academy, after 15 straight missions and none of which were actual emergencies, Adam, Bree, and Chase find out that Leo had made 10,000 business cards and a commercial in English and Spanish for a bionic emergency rescue service. Getting mission alerts from all over the country, Chase decides not to go because at least half of the alerts are not emergencies. Leo feels he needs to fulfill his promises and save people, so he goes on a mission alone. As Bob continues to drive Douglas crazy, he and Spin see all the mission alerts and start answering calls. Arriving at the mission site, Leo finds a helicopter about to fall over a side of a building. Using his super strength, he tries to pull the helicopter back down, but it is too heavy. Calling Bob for help, Leo gets put on a 20-minute hold. Adam starts to help Spin and Bob answer calls and picks up Leo’s second call, but hangs up. Chase finds out from Adam that Leo called and rushes to the site of Leo’s call. Arriving with Adam and Bree, Chase stabilizes the helicopter, while Bree helps the passengers out. When she goes back to check for anyone else, her suit gets stuck and the helicopter starts to fall. Leo grabs a hold of her just in time and realizes that it is not about the fame, but about saving lives. Douglas uses the technology from the lie-detecting chair to tell if the mission alerts are real or not.