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Episode 28 Season 2
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Picks up where Stitch! The Movie left off, with the experiment pods scattered all over the Hawaiian island of Kauai.

The series followed Lilo and Stitch, as they rounded up Stitch's cousins (the other experiments) and repurposed those that they caught to their abilities for helpful purposes.
The series only had two seasons. The items listed in Season 3 of this guide are movies or other stuff.

Another straight to video movie (Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch) hit shelves on August 30, 2005. This movie takes place after the first movie, but prior to Stitch! The Movie.

A television movie (Leroy & Stitch) aired on Disney Channel on June 23, 2006, and was released on DVD four days later on June 27. This movie wrapped up the series and the original parts of the Lilo & Stitch franchise prior to the Stitch! anime series (2008—15).

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.

1-Series: Civic disturbances.

2-Series: Technological and Scientific.

3-Series: Psychological.

4-Series: Mysterious series of mostly failed experiments, that's why not many are seen.

5-Series: Elemental manipulators.

6-Series: Battlefield or doomsday experiments with galactic implications.

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