History Fridge / LiloAndStitch

23rd Mar '18 4:39:15 PM NailsAndButterflies
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* Why was Jumba so easily convinced to help save Lilo? We know from the way Stitch used the word "ih" in response to Nani's question that it means "yes." All Stitch did was tell Jumba that yes, he expected them to help rescue Lilo. That's not exactly very persuasive. But, if you think about it, Jumba didn't NEED much persuading. We know he has a grudge against the Council, and given his reaction to being fired, he really doesn't like being on a leash. He agreed because he wanted to get back at Gantu and the Grand Councilwoman.
3rd Mar '18 12:54:37 AM RisefromYourGrave
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** In the TV Series, the episode "[[GreenAesop Ploot]]", it partially revolves around Lilo trying to clean up the bay where Pudge lives. This becomes meaningful as an allegory about how pollution can affect weather negatively. (The Greenhouse Effect, for one instance). In other words, Lilo is worried that the pollution (of Pudge's home) will worsen the greenhouse effect.
* As mentioned on the main page, Cobra Bubbles said he's the one they call when things go wrong. As was mentioned, in real life, Lilo would have been taken away first - Cobra probably fudged the paperwork because he heard about what happened to them, and really did not want to separate Lilo and Nani. If you know enough social workers in real life, you'd know that the TraumaCongaLine of young kids losing one or more family members in a car accident of some kind only to get put in foster care away from the rest of your family simply because they can't take care of you. He probably fudged paperwork so that he didn't have to take away Lilo unless he absolutely ''had'' to, since Lilo and Nani went through ''enough'' in a little while.

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** In the TV Series, the ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' episode "[[GreenAesop Ploot]]", it partially revolves around Lilo trying to clean up the bay where Pudge lives. This becomes meaningful as an allegory about how pollution can affect weather negatively. (The Greenhouse Effect, for one instance). In other words, Lilo is worried that the pollution (of Pudge's home) will worsen the greenhouse effect.
* As mentioned on the main page, Cobra Bubbles said he's the one they call when things go wrong. As was mentioned, in real life, Lilo would have been taken away first - Cobra probably fudged the paperwork because he heard about what happened to them, and really did not want to separate Lilo and Nani. If you know enough social workers in real life, you'd know that the TraumaCongaLine of young kids losing one or more family members in a car accident of some kind only to get put in foster care away from the rest of your family simply because they can't take care of you. He probably fudged paperwork so that he didn't have to take away Lilo unless he absolutely ''had'' to, since Lilo and Nani went through ''enough'' in a little while.
15th Feb '18 3:13:03 PM H8FearADRLuv
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** In the TV Series, the episode "[[GreenAesop Ploot]]", it partially revolves around Lilo trying to clean up the bay where Pudge lives. This becomes meaningful as an allegory about how pollution can affect weather negatively. (The Greenhouse Effect, for one instance). In other words, Lilo is worried that the pollution (of Pudge's home) will worsen the greenhouse effect.
5th Jan '18 6:13:32 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* In Lilo's character design notes by Chris Sanders, the storyboarder, he specifically mentions to put heavy emphasis on the lower eyelid, giving the eye a folded-look; in real life, prominent lower eyelids can either be from genetics, or a combination of stress and lack of sleep. It's likely that Lilo has been losing copious amounts of sleep from the trauma of her parents' death.

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* In Lilo's character design notes by Chris Sanders, the storyboarder, Creator/ChrisSanders, he specifically mentions to put heavy emphasis on the lower eyelid, giving the eye a folded-look; in real life, prominent lower eyelids can either be from genetics, or a combination of stress and lack of sleep. It's likely that Lilo has been losing copious amounts of sleep from the trauma of her parents' death.



* Lilo believes Stitch has FlashbackNightmares about his family, saying:
-> '''Lilo:''' I hear you cry at night. Do you dream about them?
Of course, this isn't the case since Stitch never had a family in the first place. But that raises the question: what the hell DID happen that could give Experiment 626 nightmares?

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* Lilo believes Stitch has FlashbackNightmares {{Flashback Nightmare}}s about his family, saying:
-> --> '''Lilo:''' I hear you cry at night. Do you dream about them?
** Of course, this isn't the case since Stitch never had a family in the first place. But that raises the question: what the hell DID happen that could give Experiment 626 nightmares?
24th Jul '17 1:00:29 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* Jumba and Pleakly join Lilo's family because, like Stitch, they are also misfits. Jumba is an 'evil genius' [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold with a heart of gold]]. Pleakly is more fascinated with Earth and its culture than any other alien.

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* Jumba and Pleakly Pleakley join Lilo's family because, like Stitch, they are also misfits. Jumba is an 'evil genius' [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold with a heart of gold]]. Pleakly Pleakley is more fascinated with Earth and its culture than any other alien.
24th Jul '17 7:16:29 AM H8FearADRLuv
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* Jumba and Pleakly join Lilo's family because, like Stitch, they are also misfits. Jumba is an 'evil genius' [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold with a heart of gold]]. Pleakly is more fascinated with Earth and its culture than any other alien.


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** Plus, it could also be burning fuel not common on Earth.
10th Jul '17 11:56:58 PM Omnigeek6
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* Lilo believes Stitch has FlashbackNightmares about his family, saying:
-> '''Lilo:''' I hear you cry at night. Do you dream about them?
Of course, this isn't the case since Stitch never had a family in the first place. But that raises the question: what the hell DID happen that could give Experiment 626 nightmares?
10th Jul '17 11:45:35 PM Omnigeek6
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** If you look closely, while Stitch's body compresses some, the "glass" and metal of the container itself also visibly deform. ''He's just so strong he was able to grab onto a tiny seam and nearly rip the thing apart.'' On the other hand, if he damaged the container in the process of doing this, his escape could have inadvertently doomed Lilo if he hadn't rescued her.
3rd Apr '17 10:28:40 PM AtarahDerek
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* A minor one for fans of ''Disney/{{Moana}}'' who were further introduced to Polynesian culture via that film: The necklace David wears? That's Maui's fishhook, a sacred symbol in Polynesian culture.
27th Mar '17 2:56:28 AM axle-k89
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* Why is the shuttle Stitch stole glowing green and on fire when Nani and Lilo see it before it crash lands? Because it burned up as it came through the atmosphere. Stitch only survived because he is fireproof, as Jumba confirmed earlier.
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