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LEO AND HIS BIONIC SIBLINGS ARE LEFT HOME ALONE
IN A NEW EPISODE OF "LAB RATS,"
THURSDAY, JULY 5 ON DISNEY XD
"Drone Alone" - When Tasha and Davenport go on a vacation, it is up to Leo to make sure that nothing happens to his stepdad's prized possessions. Leo and the Lab Rats all promise to behave, but the second they're gone, Leo instantly heads to the lab and plays with a new gadget inadvertently causing Adam, Bree and Chase to glitch. However, their fun must come to an end when a Davenport Industries Solar Drone crashes through the window of the great room, in a new episode of "Lab Rats," THURSDAY, JULY 5 (7:30-8:00 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney XD.
"Lab Rats" stars Billy Unger as Chase, Spencer Boldman as Adam, Kelli Berglund as Bree, with Tyrel Jackson Williams as Leo and Hal Sparks as Davenport.
Recurring are Angel Parker as Tasha and Will Forte as the voice of Eddy.
"Drone Alone" was written by Mark Brazill and directed by Jody Margolin Hahn.
DESCRIPTION: (from Disney XD's press release, January 2013) The season two premiere of "Lab Rats," the hit bionic comedy series that has ranked as Disney XD's #1 series since its 2012 premiere, will be presented MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25 (9:00-9:30 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney XD. The sophomore season will include a guest appearance by Madison Pettis ("Jake and the Never Land Pirates") and will follow Leo and his siblings, teen super-humans - Adam, Bree and Chase - as they embark on critical missions with high stakes while learning more about each other and navigating everyday teenage life. Launching at the top of year as Disney XD's #1 series premiere ever, "Lab Rats" ranked as the network's #1 series of 2012 in Total Viewers (941,000) and across target demos, including Kids 2-11 (585,000/1.4 rating), Kids 6-11 (489,000/2.0 rating) and Kids 6-14 (615,000/1.7 rating). The series also accounts for Disney XD's Top 2 original series telecasts in the network's history in Kids 6-14 and Boys 6-14.* [Source: NTI, U.S. ratings, Live + 7, 12/26/11-12/30-12]