This episode inspired me for (hopefully) a cartoon series of my own. A character that appears to be stupid yet is highly intelligent. The goofy side also reminds me of what fun I had as a child (which seems to be fading as i get older and my anxiety slowly takes over my life (as Jumba said in "Swapper"): "long story, don't ask".
I agree with Fallen_Angel363 I do think that Lilo is nowhere near as "stupid' as she thinks she is.
Pyreo (again), you seem to be a type of reviewer who writes without thinking too much of others (writers), aren't you? "makes no sense" "exploits the stupid side..." I'd like to see some reviews written more objectively instead of stated as fact when they are opinion.
Please, please think of the writers more instead of pushing words down our throats! Yes, I am referring to how you phrased it. (instead of stating it 'as it is' instead maybe write it more like: "I think", "in my opinion" "Personally" etc. IDK just sounds more polite to me, that's all.
My question is: what's wrong with exploiting stupidity?
It doesn't HAVE to make sense for a fictional cartoon series! Seems to me people these days care a little too much about "sense" and "reality"...I'm sorry for posting such long comments like these but things like this really get to me (it's OCD unfortuntely).