Bionic Six

The BEST episodes of Bionic Six

Every episode of Bionic Six ever, ranked from best to worst by thousands of votes from fans of the show. The best episodes of Bionic Six!

In the near future, Professor Sharp, head of the Special Projects Labs (SPL), creates a new form of technology to augment humans through bionics. His first subject was Jack Bennett, a test pilot who secretly acted as Sharp's field agent, Bionic-1. On a family ski vacation in the Himalayas, an alien spacecraft triggers an avalanche that buries the entire family, exposing them to the unusual radiation of a mysterious buried object. Jack frees himself but discovers his family in a comatose state. Theorizing that Jack's bionics protected him from the radiation, Professor Sharp implants bionic technology in the others, awakening them. Afterward, the family operates incognito as a publicly lauded team of adventuring superheroes, the Bionic Six.

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Pass/Fail
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#1 - Pass/Fail

Season 2 - Episode 7 - Aired 9/16/1987

After Prof. Sharp creates a Bio-Energy Replicator, he debuts this new invention. Meg Bennett and Bim attend the demonstration to interview Prof. Sharp for their science project. When Scarab, Glove, and Madame-O try to steal Prof. Sharp's device, Bim gets brave and tries to stop them. Scarab captures Bim and Meg, thinking that Bim may be a member of the Bionic Six.

Spin Out
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#2 - Spin Out

Season 2 - Episode 11 - Aired 9/22/1987

A recent geologic alert has discovered an abundance of emeralds in nearby Mineral Flats. Professor Sharp sends the Bionic Six to investigate. The heroes encounter "Sparky", a restorer of antique planes. They agree to help Sparky raise money by putting on an antique air show. Scarab realizes that the antique aircraft Lulubelle, a B-25 bomber, was lost with a load of emeralds. Scarab's team sets out to steal the aircraft.

The Case of the Baker Street Bionics
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#3 - The Case of the Baker Street Bionics

Season 2 - Episode 13 - Aired 9/24/1987

The Bionic Six are nominated as Crime Solvers of the Year by the Crime Solvers Society. However, the nomination is objected by Irene Hughes, citing that the Bionic Six solve crimes with brawn rather than brains. She challenges the Bionic Six to a competition sponsored by her uncle Mycroft Hughes (a billionaire scientist and fan of Sherlock Holmes). Karate-1 and I.Q. accept, but Scarab and Madame-O crash the party.

Now You See Me...
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#4 - Now You See Me...

Season 2 - Episode 14 - Aired 9/25/1987

When Bunji tries a new meditation technique to gain invisibility, the rest of the Bennett kids trick him into thinking it worked. Unfortunately, their trick backfires when a non-invisible Bunji tries to take on Scarab's goons single-handedly. When Karate-1 gets captured, the Bionic Six and the ghost of Bunji's father come to his aid.

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You've Come a Long Way, Baby!
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#5 - You've Come a Long Way, Baby!

Season 2 - Episode 16 - Aired 9/29/1987

The Bennett family awakens to find a baby on their doorstep, delivered there overnight by two energy beings. Scarab, discovering the night before an interdimensional doorway opened, travels to Cypress Cove to investigate. Meanwhile, the Bennett's new baby is draining light, electrical energy, and bionic energy from all around him.

Up and Atom
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#6 - Up and Atom

Season 2 - Episode 17 - Aired 9/30/1987

During a battle against Madame-O and Klunk, Rock-1 becomes distracted by a voice in her head calling for help from the Bionic Six. Prof. Sharp discovers the source of the sound: a distress call from a sub-atomic anti-matter world. Rock-1, Sport-1, and I.Q. are transported to a sub-atomic ship by Captain Stereopolis. The captain's world is being destroyed by Scarab's current experiment. The Bionic Six must stop Scarab's anti-matter experiment.

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Scarabscam
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#7 - Scarabscam

Season 2 - Episode 19 - Aired 10/2/1987

The Bennett kids and Prof. Sharp meet up with Hokey McCoy, an old time con artist and friend of Prof. Sharp. Afterwards, the Bionic Six are sent to investigate the emergence of a strange green tar that has erupted from a mining site. Scarab also shows an interest in the tar (and the possible Burtonium underneath), and assaults the mining site. Scarab captures the tar pit, and sets up an anti-bionic field. Sharp calls upon Hokey's skills to con Scarab into giving up the site.

Once Upon a Crime
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#8 - Once Upon a Crime

Season 2 - Episode 21 - Aired 10/6/1987

As King Jonathan ascends to the throne of the fictional nation of Fredonia, he is transformed into a giant frog. A second Jonathan arrives, claiming the first to be a demon trying to take the throne. The whole scheme was orchestrated by Scarab in order to close Fredonia's border and use Fredonia's export of unique microcircuits. The Bionic Six are sent to investigate.

The Secret Life of Wellington Forsby
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#9 - The Secret Life of Wellington Forsby

Season 2 - Episode 23 - Aired 10/8/1987

Scarab and his goons break into Dynatech Industries late one night to steal a Sonic Multiplexer. The Bionic Six arrive on the scene, as does a new "hero" named Captain Confusion. Captain Confusion is actually Wellington Forsby, the smartest and most socially inept student at Albert Einstein High School. Forsby's plan is to capture Scarab to make his mark on the world, and continues to adopt superhero guises to take on Scarab, much to the chagrin of the Bionic Six.

Bottom of the Ninth Planet
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#10 - Bottom of the Ninth Planet

Season 2 - Episode 25 - Aired 10/12/1987

Artificial objects resembling "easter eggs" are hurtling towards Earth from outer space, targeting Undertown, Arizona and Mt. Vesuvius. The Bionic Six must split up to intercept both "eggs". The Bionic Six are teleported to Pluto, where a bunch of aliens are playing a game of solar system golf. The Bionic Six are challenged to a bunch of games, including an alien version of baseball.

I, Scarab (1)
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#11 - I, Scarab (1)

Season 2 - Episode 27 - Aired 10/14/1987

Dr. Scarab and his team break into Brianobian Laser Core Generating Plant to set up his Modifier. Though the Bionic Six arrive on the scene, they are too late to prevent Scarab's Modifier from activating, covering the entire Earth in an energy wave. As additional security arrives on the scene, the Bionic Six are shocked to find that the security team work for Scarab. The Bionic Six escape, but little do they know that General Brillig and the rest of the world are also under Scarab's rule. The Bionic Six are captured, and it appears Scarab has finally won. However, Prof. Sharp, with the aide of F.L.U.F.F.I., seek out those small few in the world unaffected by Scarab's Modifier: other bionic and android heroes and villains.

I, Scarab (2)
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#12 - I, Scarab (2)

Season 2 - Episode 28 - Aired 10/15/1987

In two days time, the effect of scarab's Modifier will become permanent, and everybody in the world will worship him. Prof. Sharp sends his new Bionic Six (Perceptor, Kaleidoscope, and the Bandroids) after the original Bionic Six, whom Scarab has captured and is holding in facilities around he world. Kaleidoscope frees Bionic-1, Perceptor frees Mother-1, and the Bandroids free the kids. The Bionic Six now becomes the Bionic Twelve, and, with Prof. Sharp's coordination, the team must assault Scarab's Palace (formerly the White House) and reverse the Modifier's effects.

The Glitch
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#13 - The Glitch

Season 2 - Episode 30 - Aired 10/19/1987

Prof. Sharp creates a Parallel Dimensional Viewer (or PDV), where he can view other parallel dimensions. However, Sharp is unable to view human-inhabited parallel worlds due to a "glitch" in the system. J.D. offers to help fix the glitch, and when he does so, he accidentally allows a creature from a parallel world to cross over. J.D. names this foot-tall, bright, orange, furry little creature "Glitch" and brings him home. Glitch causes chaos for both the Bionic Six and Scarab's goons, until Madame-O captures him. Now the Bionic Six must rescue Glitch.

The Elemental
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#14 - The Elemental

Season 2 - Episode 32 - Aired 10/21/1987

Scarab sends his goons below ground in Arizona to mine for Burtonium. Getting stir crazy, Glove convinces the rest of the goons to head above ground to rob some of the locals. Glove's actions alert the Bionic Six, who recruit local Navajo Wayne Earthbody to help them find Scarab's goons. Wayne Earthbody is an "Elemental", someone who has the ability to manipulate the elements.

I Am the Viper
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#15 - I Am the Viper

Season 2 - Episode 33 - Aired 10/22/1987

An experimental radar-defeating automated stealth plane prototype named Viper has crashed landed on a remote island in the south Pacific. Viper's AI programming is severely damaged, making it attack the Bionic Six. Meanwhile, Dr. Scarab has created a Molding Ray, a gun capable of merging more than one being into one. Scarab hunts down the Bionic Six on that same remote island, where, instead of hitting the Bionic Six, he hits the experimental plane. The plane merges with a snake, and becomes a new metallic snake-like entity set to destroy the Bionic Six.

Call of the Bunji
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#16 - Call of the Bunji

Season 2 - Episode 35 - Aired 11/2/1987

On Bunji's birthday, the Bennett family throw him a surprise party. One of his presents is delivered by a hologram of his father. The hologram instructs Bunji that he is ready for the next step in his path to enlightenment, and that he must travel alone to visit the Temple of the Masters in the Himalayas. His test is to become one with the Ruby Obelisk, a source of powerful psionic power, however, he must ignore the temptation the obelisk offers.

The Monkey Has Landed
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#17 - The Monkey Has Landed

Season 2 - Episode 37 - Aired 11/4/1987

An unknown spacecraft from outside the solar system is heading towards Earth. Prof. Sharp sends the Bionic Six to make contact the ship before it lands. Both the Bionic Six and the United Air Patrol fail, and the spacecraft lands in front of the U.N. building, revealing its inhabitant: a sentient, English-speaking monkey. The monkey was sent by the Intergalactic Congress to review Earth for entry. However, Scarab has other plans.

Ready, Aim, Fired
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#18 - Ready, Aim, Fired

Season 2 - Episode 38 - Aired 11/5/1987

The Bionic Six is reviewed by Q10, a government agency responsible for reviewing all of Prof. Sharp's government-funded projects. However, the Q10 committee find the Bionic Six's responses lacking, since the team is willing to sacrifice the test's final goal to save Sport-1's life. After a live review in a battle against Scarab's goons, Mr. Noodnick exercises his ability to "fire" Prof. Sharp as leader of the Bionic Six.

Bone of Contention
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#19 - Bone of Contention

Season 2 - Episode 40 - Aired 11/9/1987

Dr. Scarab steals the Omega Amplifier, a hand-held machine capable of controlling electricity. However, Scarab's latest plan is delayed when a stray dog taken in by Mechanic runs away with the Omega Amplifier. The dog finds its way to the Bennett household, where they adopt him, not knowing that he is being tracked by Scarab and his goons.

The Return of Mrs. Scarab
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#20 - The Return of Mrs. Scarab

Season 2 - Episode 42 - Aired 11/11/1987

Scarab has developed a way to move his team's brains into new, indestructible bodies. Scarab's goons heads to Polymorph Plastics to get the last component he needs to complete the new bodies. However, before Dr. Scarab can begin, Scarabina (aka Mrs. Scarab) returns and tries to take over the gang. When she fails, she uses Scarab's bodies to create her own gang.

Music Power
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#21 - Music Power

Season 2 - Episode 3 - Aired 9/10/1987

Professor Sharp's colleague Dr. Bruce "Bad Brains" Huxter creates robotic musicians he calls the Bandroids: guitarist Rivet Rick, keyboardist Techno Tex, bassist Metalhand, and drummer Bob. The Bionic Six serve as bodyguards to the Bandroids' charity concert. Scarab kidnaps Rock-1 and the Bandroids, intending to reprogram the band into his unwitting accomplices in his goal for eternal youth.

The Hive
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#22 - The Hive

Season 2 - Episode 4 - Aired 9/11/1987

Miners in the Kalahari Desert have been disappearing, so Sharp sends the Bionic Six to investigate. Edward Tulley, mine manager, brings them to the mine. The Bionic Six do not realize that Tulley is actually on Scarab's payroll. This time, however, the threat isn't from Scarab; it is from the new inhabitants of the mine: the Hive.

Mindlink
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#23 - Mindlink

Season 2 - Episode 5 - Aired 9/14/1987

Prof. Sharp's colleague Dr. Halliwell Partridge is kidnapped by Chopper. Scarab has a new plan: kidnap four of the greatest analytical thinkers and connect them to Scarab's supercomputer. With three scientists in place, Scarab targets his fourth: Bionic Six member I.Q.

Born to Be Bad
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#24 - Born to Be Bad

Season 2 - Episode 8 - Aired 9/17/1987

At Albert Einstein High School, Charlie Wilder, a friend of J.D. Bennett, is awarded student of the year. However, his ceremony is interrupted by a gang called the Nukes. Charlie, who was once a Nuke, rejoins after his award is revoked. It is up to J.D. to stand up for his friend. When J.D. investigates, he finds out that Scarab is instigating a gang war between the Nukes and a rival gang, the Lasers.

The Man in the Moon
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#25 - The Man in the Moon

Season 2 - Episode 12 - Aired 9/23/1987

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