Lab Rats / Memory Wipe

“Lab Rats is an American television sitcom that premiered on February 27, 2012 on Disney XD, which focuses on the life of teenager Leo Dooley, whose mother, Tasha, marries billionaire genius Donald Davenport,” writes Wikipedia.1

“The show is about a teenager named Leo who discovers three teens with bionic powers in the basement of his home,” notes the website. The site quotes Disney’s official description:

After inadvertently accessing a high tech wall panel that sends him plummeting into a secret underground lab, Leo discovers three teen super-humans – Adam the strong one, Bree the fast one and Chase the smart one. The three, eager to leave their confines, convince Leo to take them along to school, where they try to be normal teens while managing their bionic strengths. Along the way, they help Leo build confidence in himself, and figure out a way to keep their bionic abilities and dangerous missions a secret from the world.2

Wikipedia notes that “the names of the Lab Rats — Adam, Bree and Chase — imply that they were originally known as subjects A, B and C. This is further shown by the fact that Adam (Subject A), was born first, followed by Bree (Subject B), and finally Chase (Subject C).&#133 As the show progresses in seasons 2 & 3 it gets a bit darker with the destruction of the lab and the introduction of” sinister characters.3

Scientists Able To Erase, Restore Memories In Rats

A mouse. A laser beam. A manipulated memory.

Implanting false memories into mice

How Does Your Memory Work – BBC

Kihonne from describes the scene from “Memory Wipe” involving the scientist hiding from his lab creations:

Invisibility cloaks


We quietly made our way across the room. Just as we reached the kitchen however, the lights came on. “Busted!”

“AHH!” We screamed in surprised, spinning around to find the source of the voice. There was no one there. Suddenly, as if by magic, Big D appeared in his favourite chair, wearing a silver cloak. “AH!”

“Ha!” he laughed, very proud of himself for scaring the crap out of us like that. Chase stared at him.

“I don’t get it! I scanned the room!” he exclaimed. Big D smirked.

“And I foiled you with my invisibility cloak. Again, I say ‘Ha!'” He replied. I knew I had seen that cloak before! I once used it to sneak into Principal Perry’s office, but that’s a long story that I won’t get into now.

“Well, you got us.” I admitted. “Goodnight.” We all ran to escape, but Big D stopped us.

“You are all grounded. Three weeks.” Big D told us.

“What?” “That’s not fair!” “Come on!” “Is that all you’ve got?” We all stared at Adam. Why would he say that?4

World’s Scariest Drug (Documentary Exclusive)

“A hazardous drug that eliminates free will and can wipe the memory of its victims is currently being dealt on the streets of Colombia,” reports MailOnline. “The drug is called scopolamine, but is colloquially known as ‘The Devil’s Breath,’ and is derived from a particular type of tree common to South America.”

Stories surrounding the drug are the stuff of urban legends, with some telling horror stories of how people were raped, forced to empty their bank accounts, and even coerced into giving up an organ.…

[A Colombian drug dealer told’s Ryan Duffy] that Scopolamine can be blown in the face of a passer-by on the street, and within minutes, that person is under the drug’s effect – scopolamine is odourless and tasteless. “You can guide them wherever you want,” he explained. “It’s like they’re a child.”…

The drug, he said, turns people into complete zombies and blocks memories from forming. So even after the drug wears off, victims have no recollection as to what happened.… According to the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, the drug – also known as hyoscine – causes the same level of memory loss as diazepam.5

1 Lab Rats (TV series),, at (retrieved: 4 July 2014).

2 Disney XD “Lab Rats” Television Show,, 18 July 2011, at (retrieved: 4 July 2014).

3 Ibidem, Wikipedia.

4 Kihonne,, 15 August 2013, at (retrieved: 4 July 2014).

5 Beth Stebner, “The most dangerous drug in the world: ‘Devil’s Breath’ chemical from Colombia can block free will, wipe memory and even kill,” MailOnline, 13 May 2012, at (retrieved: 26 February 2013); See also Kevin J. Crosby, “Mickey Finn”, in Tinfoil Hat, at (retrieved: 4 July 2014).

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