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"Big Hero 6 The Series" takes place after the events of the film "Big Hero 6" and continues the adventures of 14-year-old tech genius Hiro Hamada. He is joined by the compassionate robot Baymax which is created by Hiro's brother, Tadashi. Hiro and Baymax are also joined by their friends, including Wasabi, Honey Lemon, Go Go and Fred, as they embark upon new high-tech adventures to protect their home from villains. Hiro also faces challenges with his everyday life, including his academic work and social tribulations.

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Honey Lemon secretly takes art classes at SFIT's rival, SFAI, and soon finds herself caught in the middle of both schools' annual Rivalry Week tradition of pranking each other.
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Hiro, Fred and Baymax follow the Go Go into the mysterious Muirahara Woods where they get lost and everything electronic strangely fails -- including Baymax.
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Hiro refuses to listen to Baymax or his team and insists that he shouldn't stay on the sidelines.
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Hiro decides to upgrade himself with super strength, but his new tech backfires and causes problems at home and at school.
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Hiro becomes demoralized when his latest school project fails spectacularly; the team must take on the incompetent villain, Globby.
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When super-villain Baron Von Steamer crashes Fred's Bro-Tillion, Big Hero 6 springs into action.
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Wasabi's need for order clashes with Hiro's chaotic work style when they collaborate on a school project.
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A purse thief gets more than he bargained for when he steals Honey Lemon's chem-lab purse and it turns him into a monster.
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Go Go and Fred dive deep into comic book mythology to try to find a way to defeat High Voltage, a mother-daughter duo who use electricity and the art of dance in their crimes.
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When Aunt Cass stumbles into an underground cooking competition, she thrives and becomes addicted to the excitement.
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Shortly following the defeat of Callaghan and Hiro's first day at San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, Hiro discovers Baymax's personality chip and proceeds to rebuild his skeleton.
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Shortly following the defeat of Callaghan and Hiro's first day at San Fransokyo Institute of Technology, Hiro discovers Baymax's personality chip and proceeds to rebuild his skeleton.
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Hiro invents a tiny robot, Mini-Max, to supervise and be a sidekick to Fred while the rest of the team is in class.
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Richardson Mole goads Fred into accidentally revealing Big Hero 6's secret identities and then blackmails his way into the team, becoming its seventh member.
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Aunt Cass believes that Hiro is a member of Big Hero 6, so Hiro tries to find her a boyfriend to distract her.
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Hiro and the others plan the ultimate birthday surprise for Wasabi by recovering his car from the bottom of the bay, but Baron Von Steamer ruins the celebration.
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Hiro is drawn back into the world of bot-fighting, where he meets Trina, a young bot-fighter.
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Karmi starts posting fan fiction about Big Hero 6, depicting Hiro as her boyfriend.
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Hiro becomes frustrated when he is deemed too young to attend a science workshop hosted by SFIT's most famous alumnus, Dr. Trevor Trengrove.
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Mr. Sparkles threatens Mochi, forcing Go Go to get over her fear of looking stupid in public.
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Big Hero 6 faces its greatest challenge as Obake unleashes his plan on San Fransokyo.

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