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** The plot in the second half of season two that was left at a cliffhanger in the season finale, which ended up becomming the series finale because Disney rushed into ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'' instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.

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** The plot [[spoiler:Mr. Terror is Oliver's mother, Bridget, and she agreed to marry Horace Diaz in order to abuse his resurrection power so the Arcturion does not kill her]] in the second half of season two that was left at a cliffhanger in the season finale, which ended up becomming the series finale because Disney rushed into ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'' instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.


** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'' instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.

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** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with that was left at a cliffhanger that in the season finale, which ended up being becomming the series finale because Disney rushed into ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'' instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.


** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into ''LabRatsEliteForce'' instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.

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** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into ''LabRatsEliteForce'' ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'' instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.


** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into LabRatsEliteForce instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.

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** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into LabRatsEliteForce ''LabRatsEliteForce'' instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.


** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'' instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.

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** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'' LabRatsEliteForce instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.


** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into LabRatsEliteForce instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.

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** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into LabRatsEliteForce ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'' instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.


** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into LabRats:EliteForce instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.

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** The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into LabRats:EliteForce LabRatsEliteForce instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.


** Debatable, while the series has a lot of humour, there is also a strong blend with seriousness. It happy explores the characters dynamics, relationships etc. while opening up many interesting plots. And it does have darker elements while the majority of the villains fall into LaughablyEvil, they are still present as being very dangerous (for example a lot of stories actually involve heroes in the hospital needing immediate treatment following there most recent battle going wrong), many come very close to outright killing the protagonists. All the action scenes are always played straight. Likewise season two is noticeably darker, with new BigBad the Annihilator being considerably more competent and dangerous than the previous one.

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** Debatable, while the series has a lot of humour, there is also a strong blend with seriousness. It happy explores the characters dynamics, relationships etc. while opening up many interesting plots. And it does have darker elements while the majority of the villains fall into LaughablyEvil, they are still present as being very dangerous (for example a lot of stories actually involve heroes in the hospital needing immediate treatment following there most recent battle going wrong), many come very close to outright killing the protagonists. All the action scenes are always played straight. Likewise season two is noticeably darker, with new BigBad the Annihilator being considerably more competent and dangerous than the previous one.one.
**The plot built up in the second half of season two and culminating in a season finale with a cliffhanger that ended up being the series finale because Disney rushed into LabRats:EliteForce instead of giving Mighty Med a season 3 first.


** Looks like the student who [[Film/{{Accepted}} "wanna blow sh*t up with with (his) mind"]] not only had his wish fulfilled but it backfired on him, too, blowing his mind out of proportion.[[note]]That freaky student and Philip are [[ActorAllusion played by the same actor]], Jeremy Howard[[/note]].

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** Looks like the student who [[Film/{{Accepted}} "wanna blow sh*t up with with (his) mind"]] not only had his wish fulfilled but it backfired on him, too, blowing his mind out of proportion.[[note]]That freaky student and Philip are [[ActorAllusion played by the same actor]], actor, Jeremy Howard[[/note]].


* HilariousInHindsight: In "Atomic Blast From The Past", Skylar (as Connie) tells Stephanie that Skylar Storm would never fight in high heels as it destroys her legacy. By the time of ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'', Skylar's new costume has heels.

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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight
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In "Atomic Blast From The Past", Skylar (as Connie) tells Stephanie that Skylar Storm would never fight in high heels as it destroys her legacy. By the time of ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'', Skylar's new costume has heels. heels.
** Looks like the student who [[Film/{{Accepted}} "wanna blow sh*t up with with (his) mind"]] not only had his wish fulfilled but it backfired on him, too, blowing his mind out of proportion.[[note]]That freaky student and Philip are [[ActorAllusion played by the same actor]], Jeremy Howard[[/note]].


* PlayingAgainstType: In ''GoodLuckCharlie'' and ''ANTFarm'' the savvy one and the [[TooDumbToLive not so bright one]] are played by Bradley and Jake respectively - the roles are essentially reversed in this show.

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* PlayingAgainstType: In ''GoodLuckCharlie'' ''Series/GoodLuckCharlie'' and ''ANTFarm'' ''Series/ANTFarm'' the savvy one and the [[TooDumbToLive not so bright one]] are played by Bradley and Jake respectively - the roles are essentially reversed in this show.


* HilariousInHindsight: In "Atomic Blast From The Past", Skylar (as Connie) tells Stephanie that Skylar Storm would never fight in high heels as it destroys her legacy. By the time of ''Series/LabRatsEliteForce'', Skylar's new costume has heels.



** However, Bradley's character is still very much careless and a magnet for mischief, like Gabe.

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** However, Bradley's character is still very much careless careless, lazy and a magnet for mischief, like Gabe.Gabe.


* EvilIsCool: Special mention goes to [[spoiler:Skylar Storm]] in Season 2.
* EvilIsSexy:[[spoiler:Skylar Storm]] in Season 2.

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* EvilIsCool: Special mention goes to [[spoiler:Skylar Storm]] in Season 2. Her becoming a villain added more appeal to her character.
* EvilIsSexy:[[spoiler:Skylar EvilIsSexy: [[spoiler:Skylar Storm]] in Season 2.

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* EvilIsSexy:[[spoiler:Skylar Storm]] in Season 2.


* EnsembleDarkhorse: Jordan. Many fans of the show like her Emo/Deadpan Snarker personality, plus she's played by Cozi Zuehlsdorff, a star who despite being largely unknown has a dedicated cult following. She's become the go-to girl when fan works use a female character other than Skylar.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Jordan. Many fans of the show like her Emo/Deadpan Snarker personality, plus she's played by Cozi Zuehlsdorff, a star who despite being largely unknown has a dedicated cult following. She's become the go-to girl when fan works use a female character other than Skylar. In particular, she's popular to ship with Kaz.

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