|Season 2, Episode 5|
|Air date||March 11, 2011|
|Written by||Man of Action|
|Directed by||Seung-Hyun Oh|
"Divide By Six"
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Rex discovers that Bobo has replaced himself with a robot duplicate.
Rex is fighting another Rabbit EVO when Bobo comes in and captures it, not with his usual gung-ho methods, but by feeding it a ball of alfalfa which calms it down. Rex observes that Bobo is not acting like himself, but is being helpful, strategic, and a good sport - a complete opposite of his normal personality.
When Rex starts asking questions, Dr. Holiday explains that before Bobo turned into an EVO he was a charity entertainer for children at hospitals and suspects this to be his true nature, a good-natured wise guy.
Still suspicious, Rex sets a trap for Bobo where he finds out that the Bobo there at Providence is a robot. The real Bobo contacts Rex via the robot and explains that every once in a while he has personal matters to attend to; when he does he brings out the robot to keep people from getting suspicious. He programed it to act nice so they would be too grateful he wasn't being a pain in the butt to be suspicious.
Rex decides to reprogram the "Robo Bobo" to act more like the real Bobo. He reprograms it so its moral is "good is bad and bad is good". Eventually it backfires when the Robo Bobo frees the rabbit, which is revealed to be a starving pregnant mother that has just given new meaning to the words "breeding like rabbits", and every other EVO in the Petting Zoo as part of the "ultimate practical joke".
The real Bobo arrives and fights his robotic double while Rex fights the mother, and Dr. Holiday, Agent Six and a squad of Providence agents round up the baby rabbits. Eventually Bobo crushes his double on the door to the Petting Zoo when it goes into lockdown. Bobo reveals via "flashback" that his personal time was catching up with his partner from his charity days. Bobo was chased by Rex in the end of the episode.
|Daryl Sabara||Rex Salazar|
|Wally Kurth||Agent Six|
|Grey DeLisle||Rebecca Holiday|
|John DiMaggio||Bobo Haha|
|Rob Paulsen||Agent Jackson (debut)|
Providence tech (debut)
- In a scene with Six and Dr. Holiday, Holiday's skirt is colored orange and her belt is missing, making it look like a dress.
- "Conejo" means "rabbit" in Spanish.