Lilo & Stitch: The Series

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  • Episode Guide
  • S 2 : Ep 27

    Leroy & Stitch (VIDEO)

    Aired 6/23/06

  • S 2 : Ep 26

    Snafu

    Aired 6/23/06

  • S 2 : Ep 25

    Morpholomew

    Aired 7/1/05

  • S 2 : Ep 24

    Glitch/Woops

    Aired 6/23/06

  • S 2 : Ep 23

    Bugby

    Aired 8/25/05

  • Cast & Crew
  • Jeff Bennett

    Dr Rubert "Jacques" Von Hamsterviel

  • Rob Paulsen

    625

  • Kevin Michael Richardson

    Gantu

  • Dee Bradley Baker

    David Kewena

  • David Ogden Stiers

    Jumba Jookiba

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  • Picks up where STITCH: THE MOVIE left off, with the experiment pods scattered all over the Hawaiian islands! The series followed Lilo and Stitch, as they rounded up Stitch's cousins (the other experiments) and repurposed those that they caught to do what they do best. The series only had 2 seasons. The items listed in Season 3 of this guide are movies or other stuffAnother straight to video movie (Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch has a Glitch) hit shelves on Aug 30/05. This movie takes place after the first movie, but prior to Stitch: The MovieAnother straight to video movie (Leroy & Stitch) will hit shelves on June 27/06. This movie wrap up the series. Theme Song: Aloha E Komo, Mai -- By Jump 5.Experiment series: (as stated by Jess Winfield)0-Series: Jumba's test batch, including many household helpers. 100 Series: Civic disturbances. 200 Series: Technological and Scientific. 300 Series: Psychological. 400 Series: Mysterious series of mostly failed experiments, that's why not many are seen. 500 Series: Elemental manipulators. 600 Series: Battlefield or doomsday experiments with galactic implications.moreless

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    • (Jumba puts a carrot in the plasma cannon) Jumba: (Sternly) You shouldn't play with guns Stitch: Oh. OK. (Gives Jumba the gun) Jumba: Thank you. (Sees it is about to explode) Oh. I just remembered. It's your birthday. Happy birthday. (Gives Stitch the gun and tries to move away) Stitch: (Throws the gun back) Merry Christmas Jumba: (Throws the gun back) It's not Christmas Stitch: (Throws the gun back) Happy Channukah! Jumba: (Throws the gun back) It's not Channukah! (Pleakley has picked up Lilo and escapes) Lilo: We're leaving Stitch? Pleakley: Trust me, this is not gonna end well! (Jumba and Stitch are throwing the gun back and forth with each line) Jumba: One potato! Stitch: Two potato! Jumba: Three potato! Stitch: Four! Jumba: Five potato! Stitch: Six potato! Jumba: Seven potato more! Stitch: My... Jumba: mother... Stitch: told... Jumba: me... Stitch: you... Jumba: are... Stitch: ...the best. Jumba: (Holding the gun) Ha! I win! (Gun explodes)

    • (Hamsterviel and Gantu see 625 eating sandwiches) Jumbaa: Funny thing, 625 has all powers the same as 626, even advanced language programming, unfortunately, he's also a lazy coward, but he makes good sandwiches. 625: Ham or Tuna? Hamsterviel: Grrr! I AM IRKED!

    • Lilo: I can't believe my butt is in the shadow of the butt of Elvis Presley.

    • Jumba: Stitch is having another episode!

    • Nani: While I was going out to dinner you went to Outer Space?!?!?!

    • Lilo: Mertle is goin' down! She's goin' way down! Nani: No more pro wrestling for you!

    • Lilo: Hmm...veeery interesting. Why don't you tell me what happened next? Stitch: WELL, Atishigaba, andena bam bam bam bam anden a AIEEE!!! anden ashiganalagulaag ana >gasp!< ....That's it... no more....

    • Lilo: No more caffeine for you.

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    Notes (283)

    • This movie was nominated for the 2004 Annie Award for "Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Home Entertainment Production". This movie was nominated for the 2004 Golden Reel Award for "Best Sound Editing in Direct to Video".

    • Awards and Nominations: - Won the 2006 Annie Award for "Best Home Entertainment Production" - Nominated for the 2006 Annie Award for "Best Production Design in an Animated Feature Production" - Nominated for the 2006 C.A.S. Award for "Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for DVD Original Programming"

    • Awards and Nominations: - Won the 2003 ASCAP Award for "Top Box Office Films" - Nominated for the 2003 Oscar Award for "Best Animated Feature" - Nominated for the 2003 Saturn Award for "Best Animated Film" - Daveigh Chase won the 2003 Annie Award for "Outstanding Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production" as the voice of "Lilo" - Nominated for nine 2003 Annie Awards for "Outstanding Achievement in an Animated Theatrical Feature", "Outstanding Character Animation", "Outstanding Character Design in an Animated Feature Production", "Outstanding Directing in an Animated Feature Production", "Outstanding Effects Animation", "Outstanding Effects Animation" for Bob Bennett, "Outstanding Effects Animation" for Garrett Wren, "Outstanding Music in an Animated Feature Production", "Outstanding Production Design in an Animated Feature Production" and "Outstanding Writing in an Animated Feature Production" - Nominated for the 2003 Critics Choice Award for "Best Animated Feature" - Won the 2003 Artios Award for "Best Casting for Animated Voice Over, Feature Film" - Nominated for two 2003 Golden Trailer Awards for "Best Animation/Family" and "Most Original" - Won the 2003 Sierra Award for "Best Animated Film" - Won the 2002 Special Citation Award for "Excellence in Character Design and Animation" - Won the 2003 Golden Reel Award for "Best Sound Editing in Animated Features - Music" - Nominated for the 2003 Golden Reel Award for "Best Sound Editing in Animated Features" - Nominated for the 2003 OFCS Award for "Best Animated Feature" - Nominated for three 2003 PFCS Awards for "Best Animated Film", "Best Use of Previously Published or Recorded Music" and "Best Performance by a Youth in a Leading or Supporting Role - Female" for Daveigh Chase - Won the 2002 Audience Award - Nominated for the 2003 Golden Satellite Award for "Best Motion Picture, Animated or Mixed Media" - Daveigh Chase won the 2003 Young Artist Award for "Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role - Age Ten or Under" - Nominated for the 2003 Young Artist Award for "Best Family Feature Film - Animation"

    • This marks the first (and possibly only) time that Lilo, of all people, called Stitch a "Trog". The only other character who called him that was Gantu (who does not appear in this movie).

    • The lite blue fur on stitch has a green hew when he has a glitch episode.

    • Lilo and her hula classmates are all seven years old.

    • Mertle's father is named Carl, and he owns a successful souvenir store. (Mertle uses the hula contest to advertise for her father's store)

    • In this movie, many characters look younger than in the series. Lilo looks shorter and her face is smaller. Jumba is thinner, a tad shorter, and has an resemblance of a dog when he turns to his side. Gantu's skin is dark blue but in the series it's somewhat of teal, he's taller and has his mouth makes him look younger.

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    Trivia (312)

    • Trivia- In this movie Lilo and Stitch started using cars to get around: they first stole Cobra Bubble's car to get around the island and then they took the buggy at the end of the movie which became their experiment catching car in the series

    • When Disney Channel airs this movie, notice that the scene where Nani is chasing after Lilo when Cobra Bubbles left is cut.

    • No Disney movie has been animated with watercolors since "Dumbo," more than 60 years ago.

    • After the credits roll, Pleakley hopefully says to Jumba, "Hey! Maybe the Grand Councilwoman will let us go home with her this time!" Only to disappointed by hearing her ship launch.

    • When Pleakley is retrieving items for Jumba's fusion chamber, he retrieves a toaster from the kitchen. The toaster has no electrical plug, yet when the toaster is placed back on the kitchen counter and shown, the toaster has a plug. (When pleakley had the toaster in his hands you could see that the electrical plug was never attatched to begin with, in fact you never see the electrical plug whenever the toaster was lifted up, but if you see the toaster when it was placed on the table when pleakley was making toast, there you saw the electrical plug attatched to the toaster. When Nani talks to david about the toast in the house, you could see pleakley overheard her and the toaster is in his hands, but without the electrical plug attatched again.)

    • C: Today’s Experiments Info and Standard questions Names: Sparky and Experiment 625 Numbers: 221 and 625, respectively Pod Colours: 221 green, 625 blue Activated: Sparky is activated by Stitch after he drops his pod in a bathtub full of water; 625 is activated by Gantu and Hamsterveil using a glass of water in an attempt to interrogate Jumba. Function: Sparky creates powerful lightning surges; 625 has all of Stitch's abilites but is too lazy to use them, only real talent is making sandwiches (he was intended to be Stitch, but came out flawed). Gender: Both male One true place: Sparky is used to generate electric energy for an abandoned lighthouse, 625 stays with Gantu. Experiment Cameos: Richter is shown only in pod form. Who is missing? None Moral: Nani’s Job: Was the Buggy destroyed?: Character Nicknames

    • In this movie, Lilo's room is different from their room in the series. Here, they have an ordinary room, but in the series, thier room is a rooftop dome. How can this be? Did the house blow up and did they have to rebuilt it for the series?

    • When Lilo and Stitch are in their room, how did Stitch know how San Francisco looked like? He knew what it looked like from a postcard.

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    Allusions (110)

    • When Nani is looking through the book of different kinds of dogs, watch closely. One of the pages has Lafayette, one of the dogs in the Aristocats.

    • The tune Stitch plays on his guitar is actually the tune of "Devil in Disguise" which is another one of Elvis Presley's greatest hits.

    • The way Stitch unrolls after being created is similar to the way Mogwai copies (from Gremlins) unroll after they are made.

    • The scene where Lilo and Stitch are driving in Cobra's car and the signs where going over the front was from some movie.

    • During Stitch's destroying rampage, he breaks a drawing by Lilo and she claims that it belonged to her "Blue period", an obvious reference to the painter Pablo Picasso.

    • World Events This was the first episode produced, but could not air at the time because of the SARS epidemic.

    • Fantastic Voyage Lilo and Stitch's shrinking and voyage into Pleakley's bloodstream is a reference to the Fantastic Voyage film.

    • Place visited: The MAKIKA TRAIL

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  • Fan Reviews (142)
  • I like it

    By KatieLikesCartoons, Jul 31, 2014

  • I've seen the first movie and loved it then came this great TV series

    By MaryKelly88, Apr 06, 2014

  • A childhood show I liked

    By Raven77, Oct 17, 2013

  • A clever title goes here

    By huxiaoqi5, Oct 15, 2013

  • Not A Fan

    By ScampTVCritic, Jul 10, 2013

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