Eagle: When a power company worker finds an abandoned eagle's nest precariously perched atop a wind turbine the SECRET LAB KIDS build a homemade rocket to fire a rope up to him so he can lower the nest to safety. Bee: When JD and Kent discover there's a shortage of beeswax for their surfboards, it leads to the discovery that all the local honeybees have vanished from the beehives.
Golden: When Angie loses her mother's favorite - and valuable - gold bracelet at the beach, our heroes build a homemade metal detector to find it. Fossil: When Kent discovers a dinosaur fossil, the SECRET LAB KIDS learn about fossils, DNA and even go back to prehistoric times to determine if Kent has discovered a completely new dinosaur!
Volts: During a sailing trip, Von Bolt begins to malfunction, endangering ALVA and Edison, so the Secret Lab Kids investigate elements, compounds and alloys to diagnose the problem. Zombies: When a virus turns JD into a donut-craving zombie, Angie has to come up with not only a cure, but an inoculation against the virus. Fortunately, Jonas Salk can help.
Gravity: The SECRET LAB KIDS are ready to demo their new science song for web entrepreneur Mook Zookerboom when he learns that a satellite is coming down out of orbit, panics and heads for the airport. So the team must gather some data on gravity to convince him to return. Pirate: Angie's great-uncle Thaddeus and JD are sure a local nautical antique shop has the missing treasure chest of Greybeard the Pirate - but Angie, Nicky and Kent suspect the shop owner is the true pirate here.
Electric: Kent discovers one of Edison's secret inventions - an exo-bodysuit: a steampunk Ironman device that turns him into a klutzy superhero. Fashion: Ever-confident Nicky finds herself competing with Sheila in a "Project Runway"-type show, and, needing the perfect model to show off her designs on the runway, she decides to clone herself.