Season 5, Episode 7
October 30, 2015
Fanmade episode by Andre132.
When a guy named Special Inspector Sam comes to visit, everyone assumes he is related to Special Agent Graham and is trying to get revenge. Meanwhile, Spin, Bob and Mary find out Perry killed someone.
A person named Special Inspector Sam comes to visit the school, but Adam, Bree, Chase, Leo and Donald think he's a close relative or brother of Special Agent Graham and is trying to clear his name. The rats attack him, finding out he's bionic. They also find out that Sam made the president close the school by capturing him and torturing him. The rats, along with Sam, save Mr. President, and the school doesn't get closed down.
Main Cast Edit
- Billy Unger as Chase Davenport
- Spencer Boldman as Adam Davenport
- Kelli Berglund as Bree Davenport
- Tyrel Jackson Williams as Leo Dooley
- Hal Sparks as Donald Davenport
- Maile Flanagan as Terry Perry
Recurring Cast Edit
- Jeremy Kent Jackson as Douglas Davenport
- Brandon Salgado-Telis as Bob Krane
- Michaela Carrozzo as Caitlin Crat/Future Caitlin Crat Hologram
- Max Charles as Spin Krane
- John Eric Bentley as Mr. President
- Ben Bode as Graham Ruck
- Tyler James Williams as Future Leo Dooley
- Skai Jackson as Mary Krane
- Murray Rundus as Sam Ruck
Guest Cast Edit
- Mick the Dog as Future Deo Hologram
Mentioned Cast Edit
- Jeremy Kent Jackson as Douglas Henderson
- Future Leo returns at the end of this episode.
- This is a Halloween special.
- Sam's first appearance.
- Sam is a lot like Marcus when he was evil. Sam also is pretending to be the rats' friend except he is doing it because his master or relative (Graham) ordered them to.
- Graham returns.
- It is revealed Sam and Graham are working for Parallel Douglas.
- This leads up to the one-hour special.
- Douglas can make holograms, which isn't a surprise as in both No Going Back and Sink or Swim, holograms are shown. It is unknown if Douglas knows Future Leo, Future Caitlin and Future Deo
- Adam now has the ability to fly by shooting lasers from his fists to the ground.