Cartoon Resource entry #012 - Bionic Six (1987)

BIONIC SIX

ORIGINAL AIRDATES: Apr 19, 1987-Nov 1989 in syndication
RERUNS: 1995-1997 on Sci-Fi Channel
EPISODES: 65
ANIMATION BY: TMS Entertainment
DISTRIBUTED and OWNED BY: NBC/Universal


BIONIC SIX SUMMARY:

Professor Sharp augmented Jack Bennett with bionic parts to battle the evil Dr. Scarab. In a battle with Scarab, Jack's wife and four kids were injured, so Professor Sharp gave them bionics as well.  So now the Bionic Six, a superhero family, fight evil together.


EPISODE GUIDE (production order)
1st Season (Spring 1987)

#01 Valley of the Shadows (04.19.1987)
#02 Enter the Bunji (04.19.1987)
#03 Eric Bats a Thousand (04.26.1987)
#04 Klunk In Love (04.26.1987)
#05 Radio Scarab (05.03.1987)
#06 Family Affair (05.03.1987)
#07 Back To the Past Part 1 (05.24.1987)
#08 Back To the Past Part 2 (05.24.1987)
#09 Happy Birthday, Amadeus (05.10.1987)
#10 Brain Food (05.10.1987)
#11 Just a Little Handicap (05.17.1987)
#12 Bionics On! The First Adventure (05.17.1987)
#13 Nick of Time (05.31.1987)
#14 Fugitive F.L.U.F.F.I. (05.31.1987)
#15 Youth Or Consequences (06.07.1987)
#16 Extra Innings (06.07.1987)
#17 Return of the Bunji (06.14.1987)
#18 Crown of the Scarab King (06.14.1987)
#19 1001 Bionic Knights (06.21.1987)
#20 The Perceptor File (06.21.1987)
#21 Masterpiece (06.28.1987)
#22 House Rules (06.28.1987)

2nd Season (Fall 1987)

#23 Holidaze (09.08.1987)
#24 Nightmare On Cypress Cove (09.09.1987)
#25 Music Power (09.10.1987)
#26 The Hive (09.11.1987)
#27 Mind Link (09.14.1987)
#28 I Compute, Therefore I Am (09.15.1987)
#29 Pass/Fail (09.16.1987)
#30 Born To Be Bad (09.17.1987)
#31 A Clean Slate Part 1 (09.18.1987)
#32 A Clean Slate Part 2 (09.21.1987)
#33 Spin Out (09.22.1987)
#34 The Man In the Moon (09.23.1987)
#35 The Case of the Baker Street Bionics (09.24.1987)
#36 Now You See Me (09.25.1987)
#37 The Glitch (10.19.1987)
#38 Crystal Clear (09.28.1987)
#39 You've Come a Long Way Baby (09.29.1987)
#40 Up and Atom (09.30.1987)
#41 Home Movies (10.01.1987)
#42 Scarabscan (10.02.1987)
#43 Kaleidoscope (10.05.1987)
#44 Once Upon a Crime (10.06.1987)
#45 Bone of Contention (11.09.1987)
#46 Mrs. Scarab (10.07.1987)
#47 The Secret of Wellington Forsby (10.08.1987)
#48 The Fungus Among Us (10.09.1987)
#49 Bottom of the Ninth Planet (10.12.1987)
#50 Triple Cross (10.13.1987)
#51 I, Scarab Part 1 (10.14.1987)
#52 I, Scarab Part 2 (10.15.1987)
#53 Scarabcadabra (10.16.1987)
#54 A Matter of Gravity (10.20.1987)
#55 Call of the Bunji (11.02.1987)
#56 A Super Bunch of Guys (11.03.1987)
#57 The Monkey Has Landed (11.04.1987)
#58 The Elemental (10.21.1987)
#59 I Am the Viper (10.22.1987)
#60 Junk Heap (11.10.1987)
#61 Shadow Boxer (10.23.1987)
#62 Ready, Aim, Fired (11.05.1987)
#63 Love Note (11.06.1987)
#64 The Return of Mrs. Scarab (11.11.1987)
#65 That's All Folks! (11.12.1987)

VOICE ACTORS

Norman Bernard (1954) as IQ/J.D. Bennett
Carol Bilger as Mother-1/Helen Bennett
Jennifer Darling (1946) as Madam O
Jim MacGeorge (1928) as Dr. Scarab
Howard Morris (1919-2005) as Dr. Hugo Fish
Alan Oppenheimer (1930) as Bionic-1/Jack Bennett, Prof. Amadeus Sharp and Metalhead
Samantha Paris (credited as Bobbie Block) (1960) as Rock-1/Meg Bennett
Hal Rayle (1955) as Sport-1/Eric Bennett
Neil Ross (1944) as F.L.U.F.F.I.E. and Perceptor
John Stephenson (1923-2015) as Klunk
Brian Tochi (1959) as Karate-1/Bunji Bennett
Frank Welker (1946) as Chopper, Glove and Mechanic

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