Krane and S-1 are eventually defeated in battle. However, Davenport learns of a headed toward Earth. After seeing the children risk their lives for each other, Davenport decides to let them stay at home to complete their training. Later, Leo officially becomes a member of the team as someone who watches over missions and gives ideas and advice, and Eddy is returned to his former location within the walls of Davenport's house. Adam, Bree, and Chase eventually arrive to help Leo and rescue the helicopter occupants.
Leo rescues Tasha and she becomes convinced that he is needed on the team. Douglas and Perry show up, and Douglas explains that Leo has been sleepwalking because his bionics have been glitching since he never got a capsule to keep his bionic arm under control. This time they truthfully help him study, using Leo's pain as inspiration. Meanwhile, Leo and Tasha go to see Janelle's school play, in which Adam has a small role. She manages to get onto the island and begs Davenport for a job at the academy as the head of security. Afterward, Krane uses a geo-leap ability to travel instantly from his lair to Davenport's lab, where he battles Adam, Bree, and Chase.
Because of Adam's low intelligence, they ignore his idea for bringing Tasha home. Meanwhile, an android attacks the academy, and Leo and Douglas stay behind to stop it. Chase and Leo reconcile and work together to stop the exoskeleton. Douglas gives Bree a Commando App and she and Spikette begin battling each other. However, he decides to let Davenport have the walk-on role. When Adam and Leo leave, Davenport asks Chase and Bree if they are ready to start their new adventure. While watching the students' progress on the screen, Chase mimics the maze, claiming it is his good luck dance.
Leo is surprised to learn that he will be competing against Principal Perry in the final battle. Upon learning of Chase's location, Adam and Bree go to rescue him. Chase, Adam, and Bree must then save Mission Creek High before the rocket hits. Douglas tells Daniel that he has the ability to replicate any bionic ability by touching another bionic person. Before the Coast Guard arrives, Chase, Adam, and Bree decide to use their bionics to save a nearby sinking submarine. Davenport and Douglas then fight over the Triton App remote. After Krane and S-1 leave, Douglas and Perry recover and take Leo to a hospital.
Without the capsules, their bionics are prone to eventual glitches. Bob goes ahead and steals Davenport's plane, but he inadvertently deactivates the auto-pilot and Chase, Adam, Bree, and Sebastian work together at the academy to save him. Davenport fires his pit crew, who have been paid by Pierce to sabotage his car, and Chase, Adam, Bree, and Leo become his new pit crew. Meanwhile, Chase and Adam must take care of baby dolls for a class, but it ends up in a battle between them, with them hurting each other's babies in various ways. However, they are jailed for not having performance permits.
He creates a duplicate of himself with Davenport's cellular duplicator; however, things get out of hand when the duplicate learns how to multiply himself. When Sabrina is uncomfortable with Spike's tough personality, she leaves. He gets Davenport to go with him, with Davenport not knowing Tasha said no. In order to stop her from showing Davenport and Tasha the film on parent-teacher night, Leo uses Davenport's invisibility cloak to sneak into her office. Gao Note: This is a double-length special episode.
Archived from on January 31, 2015. In the mentors' quarters, the Incapacitator blasts and injures Chase, making him unconscious. Archived from on March 3, 2016. Leo tells the others to evacuate while he rescues Chase. They agree to go to the dance, where he admits that he was also nervous about asking her out. Daniel initially bonds with Douglas, but his bionics are inadvertently activated later on after he poses for a picture in one of the capsules.
Leo returns to the lab and tries to bust Marcus, but he accidentally drops his phone into the teleporter, which destroys the phone. Principal Perry tells them that Trent would have graduated if he had passed the test and they convince her to let him take it again. Davenport has replaced Eddy's disrespectful personality to make him nicer. Douglas then built Marcus, an android. Because Leo has only had his bionic arm for six months, Davenport classifies him as one of the academy students rather than a mentor like Adam, Bree, and Chase. Meanwhile, Davenport has an upcoming web presentation in the lab, and Chase becomes upset when Leo is chosen over him to present Davenport's new suit.