Desperately Seeking Skylar is the third episode of Elite ANT Force.


When Skylar starts dying, Angus, Oliver, Chase, Olive, and Donald invent a time machine to save her powers from the Annihilator. Meanwhile, Chyna, Bree, Kaz, Fletcher, and Skylar have fun playing games, but it inadvertently leads Chyna and Skylar into a huge fight about Oliver and Fletcher that the others join.

Main Cast

Jake Short as Oliver Quimby  (also archival footage) and Fletcher Quimby 

China Anne McClain as Chyna Parks

Bradley Steven Perry as Kaz Duncan (also archival footage)

Sierra McCormick as Olive Doyle

Kelli Berglund as Bree Davenport

Paris Berelc as Skylar Storm (also archival footage)

Recurring Cast 

Aedin Mincks as Angus Chestnut

William Brent as Chase Davenport

Hal Sparks as Donald Davenport

Chase McFly as Jesse McFly

Carlos Lacamera as Horace Diaz

Morgan Benoit as The Annihilator


  • Just like the original Elite Force series, the 3rd episode involves getting Skylar's powers back. However, that episode's continuity apparently no longer exists, as Skylar has bionics at the beginning of this show.
    • The Elite Force Season 2 Series proves it, as its first 13 episodes were an alternate version of Lab Rats: Elite Force. The first 13 episodes are often grouped separately from the rest of the season, being released as a separate series called Lab Rats: Bionic Skylar. EAF sometimes refers to the original series as canon. The Fall of Five, in fact, is directly responsible for Elite Force Season 2 as it alters the past up to Unraveled: The Last of Gao-Krane, meaning that the original episodes of EAF did not occur with Lab Rats: Bionic Skylar, meaning that Reese only remembered Crossbow due to the timeline change. This means that, while EAF has a few continuity errors, it remains in the original show's timeline, especially with the clones.
  • This episode's working title was "Power Play".