The Bennett FamilyJack Bennett
Powers: Super Senses, Eye Beams
- Ace Pilot
- Expy: Jack has got to be one of Steve Austin, The Six Million Dollar Man. It's even evident in the title Bionic Six.
- Lethal Chef: Jack serves health food-type dinners which the family doesn't like.
- Team Dad
Powers: Psychic Powers, Master of Illusion
Powers: Super Strength, enhanced intelligence
Powers: Selective Magnetism
- Verbal Tic: Uses lots of baseball terms.
Powers: Super Speed, Make Me Wanna Shout.
- Neologism: "So-LAR!" "Ultra-(whatever)", etc.
- Only Sane Man: On two occasions within the series, Meg's sonic powers protected her from brainwashing.
- Power of Rock: She turns rock 'n roll music into potent sonic blasts.
- Super Speed: Even faster than the rest of the team!
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Meg appears punkish whereas her mom, Helen, is more feminine.
Powers: Superhuman martial arts (probably an overall boost to his agility and dexterity), mystical abilities.
- Asian Airhead: To a degree.
- Cute Bruiser
- Happily Adopted
- New Powers as the Plot Demands: Bunji seems to have a great deal of ill-defined mystical potential, which has become a plot point on occasion.
- Parental Abandonment: His birth father appears to have Ascended to a Higher Plane of Existence.
- Plucky Comic Relief
EnemiesDr. Scarab, a.k.a Wilmer Sharp
- Agony Beam: His favored form of punishment.
- Bald of Evil
- Big Bad
- Cain and Abel: With his brother Amadeus Sharp.
- Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Some of his inventions really are brilliant and could have made him very rich. But his main goal is eternal life and eternal youth, so being rich doesn't interest him as much.
- Fat Bastard: He doesn't exactly look graceful.
- Large and in Charge
- Laughably Evil: By way of lots of wisecracks.
- Mad Scientist
- Morally Ambiguous Doctorate
- The Dragon
- Dragon with an Agenda
- Frank Welker
- Macross Missile Massacre: You'd be surprised of the number missiles fired from his glove.
- Meaningful Name: His main weapon is a cybernetic gauntlet.
- The Starscream
- Walking Shirtless Scene
- Does Not Wear Shoes
- Dumb Muscle: Oh, lord, yes.
- Frank Welker: with Glove and Chopper
- Impossibly Cool Weapon: He has a gun that shoot blades.
- Minion with an F in Evil: Not only was he the most likely to exhibit Dumb Is Good tendencies, he didn't even live up to his name. Instead of fixing machines, he tended to break them. (But he did specialize in oddball mechanical weapons)
- Kept His Skin Colour: Mechanic was the only henchman to keep his human flesh tones, the package art of Chopper's action figure was an error!
- Green-Skinned Space Babe: Blue-Skinned Mutant Babe
- Everything Sounds Sexier in French: Everything Sounds Sexier In Pseudo-Hungarian
- Malevolent Masked Woman
- Make Me Wanna Shout: Her Weapon of Choice is a harp which shoots sonic blasts.
- Never Mess with Granny: Technically, she's senior despite looking youthful.
- Older Than They Look: Prior to her transformation, she appeared to be at least sixty years old.
- Pink Means Feminine: Wears a pink costume.
- Shout-Out: Her lingo is similar to the Gabor sisters.
- Attack Reflector: Though it doesn't show up often, Klunk can reflect energy attacks.
- Dumb Muscle: Even dumber than Mechanic.
- Interspecies Romance: In one episode Klunk falls in love with an intelligent jellyfish. It...it doesn't work out.
- Gonk: Klunk is the most inhuman of all the characters in appearance.
- Muck Monster
- The Unintelligible
- Was Once a Man
- Frank Welker: Using the same exact voice and Verbal Tic as the identically-named character from Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch. Whether this was a deliberate Shout-Out or whether he just forgot about the earlier series is unknown.
- Meaningful Name: he is dressed like one of those street bikers.
- Mr. Fixit: Unlike Mechanic, who breaks machinery, Chopper has the knack for fixing and tweaking Dr. Scarab' vehicles.
- Verba-Hrrung-rung-rung-rung-al Tic