History WesternAnimation / LiloAndStitchTheSeries

9th Feb '16 6:50:34 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* ClipShow: The "Ace" segment of "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats/Ace".

* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode title is the name(s) of the featured experiment(s), except for "The Asteroid", "Bad Stitch", "[[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Rufus]]", and "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats".[[note]]The last one is because there are too many experiments to have their individual names put in the episode's title.[[/note]]
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* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode title is the name(s) of the featured experiment(s), except for "The Asteroid", Asteroid",[[note]]The subject is about [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin an asteroid]] headed towards Earth.[[/note]] "Bad Stitch", Stitch",[[note]]Technically not a true example of an exception, since Stitch ''is'' an experiment and is the focus of this episode, but he's in every episode anyway.[[/note]] "[[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Rufus]]", Rufus]]",[[note]]Named after one of the guest characters that appears in this {{crossover}} episode.[[/note]] and "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats".[[note]]The last one is because there [[note]]There are too many experiments to have their individual names put in the episode's title.[[/note]]

* SeriesContinuityError: In his debut episode, Fibber gets kidnapped by Gantu, but appears unharmed in "Spike".
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* SeriesContinuityError: In his debut episode, Fibber gets kidnapped by Gantu, but appears unharmed in "Spike". Likewise, Nosy also appears in "Spike" despite his capture by Gantu.

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* SeriesContinuityError: In his debut episode, Fibber gets kidnapped by Gantu, but appears unharmed in "Spike".TwoShorts: "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats/Ace" and "Glitch/Woops". All the other episodes are full 22-minute episodes.
3rd Feb '16 10:04:03 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* FreakyFridayFlip: "Swapper", where Lilo and Stitch get their bodies swapped by the two-headed experiment (355), then are swapped again along with Jumba and Pleakley later in the episode.
25th Jan '16 8:35:23 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* HarmfulHealing
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25th Dec '15 6:16:32 PM RisefromYourGrave
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Added link to Leroy & Stitch's page in the picture (since that's where the screencap comes from).
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23rd Dec '15 9:06:55 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* BlatantLies: After being converted to evil by her siren song, Jumba describes Angel as a "harmless early experiment designed to pop popcorn." While repeatedly referring to her as Experiment 624. * BrickJoke: In "Angel", a "re-eviled" Jumba lies to Lilo that the titular experiment of the episode was supposedly an early experiment designed to [[MundaneUtility "pop popcorn for Jumba's movie night"]]. In ''Leroy & Stitch'', a brief scene shows that he did indeed make an early experiment that popped popcorn, Kernel (014), with his one true place being at a concession stand for the local movie theater.
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* BlatantLies: After being converted to evil by her siren song, Jumba describes Angel as a "harmless early experiment designed to pop popcorn.popcorn for Jumba's movie night." While repeatedly referring to her as Experiment 624. * BrickJoke: In "Angel", a "re-eviled" Jumba lies to Lilo that the titular experiment of the episode was supposedly an early experiment designed to [[MundaneUtility "pop popcorn for Jumba's movie night"]]. ** MetaphoricallyTrue[=/=]BrickJoke: In ''Leroy & Stitch'', a brief scene shows that he did indeed make an early experiment that popped pops popcorn, Kernel (014), with his one true place being at a concession stand for the local movie theater.
23rd Dec '15 9:03:48 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* AlphaBitch: Myrtle.
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* AlphaBitch: Myrtle.Mertle.

* AlphaBitch: Myrtle.BrickJoke: In "Angel", a "re-eviled" Jumba lies to Lilo that the titular experiment of the episode was supposedly an early experiment designed to [[MundaneUtility "pop popcorn for Jumba's movie night"]]. In ''Leroy & Stitch'', a brief scene shows that he did indeed make an early experiment that popped popcorn, Kernel (014), with his one true place being at a concession stand for the local movie theater.

* TheBully[=/=]TheRival: Myrtle is to Lilo. Her friends could also count but the main reason they avoid Lilo is because of Myrtle's influence.
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* TheBully[=/=]TheRival: Myrtle Mertle is to Lilo. Her friends could also count but the main reason they avoid Lilo is because of Myrtle's Mertle's influence.

* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: In one episode, Myrtle and her friends have a Future Hawaiian Girls of Hawaii tea party.
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* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: In one episode, Myrtle Mertle and her friends have a Future Hawaiian Girls of Hawaii tea party.

* ForWantOfANail: "Melty" * FreezeFrameBonus: In the episode where Lilo was traveling through time, there is a quick shot of when they are in the future where you can see a poster of Myrtle older in a military outfit, suggesting she took over the world. * FrickinLaserBeams: The only type of firearms that appear in the series, being a kid's show and all. Technically averted in that they aren't really lasers, but "plasma". At least two of the experiments have this power as well.
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* ForWantOfANail: "Melty" "Melty". * FreezeFrameBonus: In the episode where Lilo was traveling through time, there is a quick shot of when they are in the future where you can see a poster of Myrtle Mertle older in a military outfit, suggesting she took over the world. * FrickinLaserBeams: The only type of firearms that appear in the series, ''The Series'', being a kid's kids' show and all. Technically averted in that they aren't really lasers, but "plasma". At least two of the experiments have this power as well.

* HartmanHips: Nani, Myrtle's mom and aunt, and most of the women.
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* HartmanHips: Nani, Myrtle's Mertle's mom and aunt, and most of the women.

* KarmaHoudini: True that Myrtle does get HoistByHerOwnPetard on some occasions, she truly gets away with a lot in bullying Lilo.
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* KarmaHoudini: True that Myrtle Mertle does get HoistByHerOwnPetard on some occasions, she truly gets away with a lot in bullying Lilo.

* {{Meganekko}}: Inverted in Myrtle's case. She wears glasses, but she's a bully. Her mom and aunt also wear glasses, as does Dr. Oprah.
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* {{Meganekko}}: Inverted in Myrtle's Mertle's case. She wears glasses, but she's a bully. Her mom and aunt also wear glasses, as does Dr. Oprah.
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* IAmNotWeasel: Dr. Hamsterviel is frequently mistaken for a gerbil or other small rodent, insisting that he is, in fact "hamster-like". Though he really does look considerably more like a gerbil/rabbit hybrid than a hamster. * IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode title is the name of the featured experiment(s), except for "The Asteroid", "Bad Stitch", and "[[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Rufus]]". * IdiotBall: Nearly every character gets a hold of it within the pilot movie. * InformedAbility: 625 "Reuben" is said to be as strong as Stitch, but is too lazy to use this strength effectively. Lampshaded repeatedly, mostly by himself. Finally gets to show off his strength in the GrandFinale, if only for a little bit, after Lilo names him.
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* IAmNotWeasel: Dr. Hamsterviel Hämsterviel is frequently mistaken for a gerbil or other small rodent, insisting that he is, in fact "hamster-like". Though he really does look considerably more like a gerbil/rabbit hybrid than a hamster. * IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every episode title is the name name(s) of the featured experiment(s), except for "The Asteroid", "Bad Stitch", and "[[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Rufus]]". Rufus]]", and "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats".[[note]]The last one is because there are too many experiments to have their individual names put in the episode's title.[[/note]] * IdiotBall: Nearly every character gets a hold of it within [[WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie the pilot movie. movie]]. * InformedAbility: 625 "Reuben" Reuben (625) is said to be as strong as Stitch, but is too lazy to use this strength effectively. Lampshaded [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] repeatedly, mostly by himself. Finally gets to show off his strength in the GrandFinale, if only for a little bit, after Lilo names him.

* IWantYouToMeetAnOldFriendOfMine: Pleakley is voiced by [=Kevin MacDonald=] from ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall''; when his family came to visit, his former castmates provided their voices. [[CrossDressingVoices Scott Thompson was his mom, Bruce McCullough was his sister]] and Mark Mc Kinney was his brother. [[ItMakesSenseInContext Dave Foley was the priest]]. * TheImp: Experiment 625
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* IWantYouToMeetAnOldFriendOfMine: Pleakley is voiced by [=Kevin MacDonald=] from ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall''; when his family came to visit, his former castmates provided their voices. [[CrossDressingVoices Scott Thompson was his mom, Bruce McCullough was his sister]] and Mark Mc Kinney [=Mark McKinney=] was his brother. [[ItMakesSenseInContext Dave Foley was the priest]]. * TheImp: Experiment 625Reuben (625).

* KarmaHoudini: True Myrtle does get HoistByHerOwnPetard on some occasions, she truly gets away with a lot in bullying Lilo.
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* KarmaHoudini: True that Myrtle does get HoistByHerOwnPetard on some occasions, she truly gets away with a lot in bullying Lilo.

* TheKlutz: Woops. If he can't wreck something directly, he'll set off [[DisasterDominoes a chain reaction that ends with the target being wrecked]]. * LethalChef: Pleakley - who thinks dog food is incredibly convenient because "it makes its own gravy" - and to a lesser extent Nani. * LimitedWardrobe: Lampshaded in "Glitch." --> '''Lilo''' (writing a letter): "Dear Uncle Joe. Aloha and mahalo for the red dress. I've worn it every day for the last three years! Love, Lilo!"
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* TheKlutz: Woops.Woops (600). If he can't wreck something directly, he'll set off [[DisasterDominoes a chain reaction that ends with the target being wrecked]]. * LethalChef: Pleakley - Pleakley, who thinks dog food is incredibly convenient because "it makes its own gravy" - gravy", and to a lesser extent extent, Nani. * LimitedWardrobe: Lampshaded [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in "Glitch." "Glitch". --> '''Lilo''' (writing ''(writing a letter): letter)'': "Dear Uncle Joe. Aloha and mahalo for the red dress. I've worn it every day for the last three years! Love, Lilo!"

* MakeAWish: One of the experiments.
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* MakeAWish: One of the experiments.Wishy-Washy (267).

* MonsterOfTheWeek: With the Disney twist; the monster is tamed and becomes your 'cousin'.
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* MonsterOfTheWeek: With the Disney twist; the monster is tamed and becomes your 'cousin'."cousin".

* OutlawCouple: 149 and 150, nicknamed BonnieAndClyde. It helps that they were designed for theft and evasion. * PlotTailoredToTheParty: The Meteor episode; it would be justified as all of the experiments were supposed to come but only a handful showed up. Yet all of them were useful.
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* OutlawCouple: 149 and 150, nicknamed BonnieAndClyde.respectively named Film/BonnieAndClyde. It helps that they were designed for theft and evasion. * PlotTailoredToTheParty: The Meteor episode; "The Asteroid"; it would be justified as all of the experiments were supposed to come but only a handful showed up. Yet all of them were useful.

* PresentPeeking: In the episode "Topper" it's shown Lilo has peeked at the gifts so often she knows how to open her presents carefully so Nani can't tell she did.
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* PresentPeeking: In the episode "Topper" "Topper", it's shown Lilo has peeked at the gifts so often she knows how to open her presents carefully so Nani can't tell she did.

* ProtagonistTitle
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* ProtagonistTitleProtagonistTitle: Although, as explained on the page for ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie'', it was only going to have Stitch's name.

** Squeak (110), a small mouse-like experiment with distinctive ears "designed to annoy enemies with non-stop talking", is a shout out to the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes character "Sniffles".
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** Squeak (110), a small mouse-like experiment with distinctive ears "designed to annoy enemies with non-stop talking", is a shout out to the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes character "Sniffles".character, Little Blabbermouse.

** The compulsive cleaning experiment [[Theatre/TheOddCouple Felix]], who's later reversed into a destructive slob, at which point, Lilo refers to him as "an Oscar".
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** The [[NeatFreak compulsive cleaning cleaning]] experiment [[Theatre/TheOddCouple Felix]], who's later reversed into [[TrashOfTheTitans a destructive slob, slob]], at which point, Lilo refers to him as "an Oscar".

* SpannerInTheWorks: Snafu and Woops have this as their entire function.
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* SpannerInTheWorks: Snafu (120) and Woops (600) have this as their entire function.

* SuperstitionEpisode: The episode featuring Shoe, who causes bad luck. At the end, the characters discover that he can be set to cause ''good'' luck instead.
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* SuperstitionEpisode: The episode featuring Shoe, Shoe (113), who causes bad luck. At the end, the characters discover that he can be set to cause ''good'' luck instead.

* TastesLikeDiabetes: Mr. Stenchy was [[InvokedTrope designed]] this way, in order to get people to let their guard down before he releases his foul odor.
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* TastesLikeDiabetes: Mr. Stenchy (254) was [[InvokedTrope designed]] this way, in order to get people to let their guard down before he releases his foul odor.

** Lilo herself names the experiments. * TheUnintelligible: Stitch's Tantalog speech is very hard to understand, and most other experiments make animal or robotic noises.
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** Lilo herself names the experiments. experiments, though some experiments were named by others. (e.g. Mertle named 007, Gigi, without realizing that she adopted an experiment, and Pleakley named 613, Yaarp, after a word from his planet.) * TheUnintelligible: Stitch's Tantalog [[{{Fictionary}} Tantalog]] speech is very hard to understand, and most other experiments make animal or robotic noises.

* VillainTeamUp: In "[[{{Crossover}} Rufus]]", Hamsterviel teams up with [[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Dr. Drakken and Shego]]. Sadly, fans were denied the opportunity to see Shego & Gantu work together, as the latter didn't appear in that episode.
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* VillainTeamUp: In "[[{{Crossover}} Rufus]]", Hamsterviel Hämsterviel teams up with [[WesternAnimation/KimPossible Dr. Drakken and Shego]]. Sadly, fans were denied the opportunity to see Shego & and Gantu work together, as the latter didn't appear in that episode.

* WhatTheHellHero: Nosy calls Lilo out in "Snafu" for willingly letting several experiments go to Gantu, himself included. Considering she plucked him from the harmless life he was leading and ''gave'' him to Gantu after she decided he annoyed her, he actually goes incredibly easy on her.
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* WhatTheHellHero: Nosy (199) calls Lilo out in "Snafu" for willingly letting several experiments go to Gantu, himself included. Considering she plucked him from the harmless life he was leading and ''gave'' him to Gantu after she decided he annoyed her, he actually goes incredibly easy on her.

* YouMustBeThisTallToRide: Lilo tried to use one of the experiments to get past this limitation only to learn there's a maximum height requirements as well.
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* YouMustBeThisTallToRide: Lilo tried to use one of the experiments to get past this limitation only to learn there's a maximum height requirements requirement as well.
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As the series begins, it is revealed that many other experiments of Stitch's lineage, of which he is number 626, have landed near Hawaii by accident (as shown in the straight for video movie ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie''). Stored in pods that activate one by one in freak occurrences (usually by dropping into water), each specialized experiment uses its unique power to wreak havoc on the island until it is captured. Lilo and Stitch's goal is to find a place in which each of Stitch's "cousins" can be useful and happy. Competing with them for each capture is movie bad-guy Captain Gantu, the now disgraced former galactic captain guard, who seeks to enslave the experiments for the even-eviler Doctor Hamsterviel. After three seasons (technically two, but the first season was largely extended to fill the [[SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon 65-episode]] count. Most fans just split the list and cite the later half the third season), the series closed out with the fourth and final movie, ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch''. For more information about the characters, especially those introduced during the series, [[Characters/LiloAndStitch see the franchise's character sheet.]]
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As the series begins, it is revealed that [[Characters/LiloAndStitchExperiments many other experiments of Stitch's lineage, lineage]], of which he is number 626, have landed near Hawaii by accident (as shown in the straight for video direct-to-video movie ''WesternAnimation/StitchTheMovie''). Stored in pods that activate one by one in freak occurrences (usually by dropping into water), each specialized experiment uses its unique power to wreak havoc on the island until it is captured. Lilo and Stitch's goal is to find a place in which each of Stitch's "cousins" can be useful and happy. Competing with them for each capture is movie bad-guy Captain bad guy Gantu, the now disgraced former galactic captain guard, who seeks to enslave the experiments for the even-eviler Doctor Hamsterviel. Hämsterviel. After three two seasons (technically two, but the (the first season was largely extended to fill the [[SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon 65-episode]] count. Most fans just split the list and cite the later half the third season), the series count), ''The Series'' closed out with the fourth and final movie, ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch''. For more information about the characters, especially those introduced during the series, ''The Series'', [[Characters/LiloAndStitch see the franchise's character sheet.]]

* AliensSpeakingEnglish: As well as the experiment Frenchfry who can speak French.
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* AliensSpeakingEnglish: As Virtually all non-experiment aliens as well as several experiments themselves; check out [[Characters/LiloAndStitchExperiments the experiment Frenchfry experiments' Character sheet]] for the list of those experiments who can speak French.English. In addition, Frenchfry (062) can speak [[GratuitousFrench French]].

* ArcWords: As with the movie, "Ohana means family..." and adding "the one place [the experiment of the week] truly belongs." Lampshaded in "Heckler." -->'''Heckler''': "Again with the 'ohana' and the 'one true place!' I see you've read the dictionary of two phrases cover to cover!"
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* ArcWords: As with the movie, "Ohana means family..." and adding "the one place [the experiment of the week] truly belongs." Lampshaded [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in "Heckler." -->'''Heckler''': "Again with the 'ohana' "'ohana" and the 'one "one true place!' place"! I see you've read the dictionary of two phrases cover to cover!"

-->'''Gantu:''' (to Clip, who is fleeing on a bus) "Hairball! I am Gantu, Captain... former... of the Galactic Alliance! Conqueror of the Postiverous Militia! And Vanguard Commander of Black Hole Ops! (DramaticThunder) '''''YOU WILL NOT ESCAPE ME!''''"([[{{Beat}} notices a pair of terrified kids watching him]]) "I mean I... uh... missed my bus..." * BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: All of the experiments are capable of doing this, as seen in 'The Asteroid', whether they have been specifically designed to survive in vacuum or just can hold their breath a long time is debatable.
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-->'''Gantu:''' (to Clip, who is fleeing on a bus) "Hairball! I am Gantu, Captain... former... of the Galactic Alliance! Conqueror of the Postiverous Militia! And Vanguard Commander of Black Hole Ops! (DramaticThunder) ''(DramaticThunder)'' '''''YOU WILL NOT ESCAPE ME!''''"([[{{Beat}} ME!''''" ''([[{{Beat}} notices a pair of terrified kids watching him]]) him]])'' "I mean I... uh... missed my bus..." * BatmanCanBreatheInSpace: All of the experiments are capable of doing this, as seen in 'The Asteroid', "The Asteroid", whether they have been specifically designed to survive in vacuum or just can hold their breath a long time is debatable.

* BlatantLies: After being converted to evil by her siren song, Jumba describes Angel as a "harmless early experiment designed to pop popcorn." While repeatedly referring to her as experiment 624. * BrokenAesop: Ohana may mean family, and family may mean that nobody's left behind, etc. etc., but Lilo can be astonishingly cold to some of the experiments. The episode ''Snafu'' hinged on this fact.
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* BlatantLies: After being converted to evil by her siren song, Jumba describes Angel as a "harmless early experiment designed to pop popcorn." While repeatedly referring to her as experiment Experiment 624. * BrokenAesop: Ohana 'Ohana may mean family, and family may mean that nobody's left behind, etc. etc., ''et cetera'', ''et cetera'', but Lilo can be astonishingly cold to some of the experiments. The episode ''Snafu'' "Snafu" hinged on this fact.

* CheatersNeverProsper: Subverted in one case where Mertle actually won a dog contest through cheating but relinquished the the trophy after the duo helped saved her pet (which was an experiment) from Gantu. Played straight in a later episode via a trivia contest. * ChristmasEpisode: "Topper"
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* CheatersNeverProsper: Subverted {{Subverted|Trope}} in one case where Mertle actually won a dog contest through cheating cheating, but relinquished the the trophy after the duo helped saved her pet (which was an experiment) from Gantu. Played straight in a later episode via a trivia contest. * ChristmasEpisode: "Topper""Topper".

** In the episode "Remmy", Nani makes a sandwich for Lilo. When she rejects it, Stitch then proceeds to eat it - and when Nani scolds him, he retrieves it -- just like the cake scene in the [[Disney/LiloAndStitch original movie]]. * ComicBookTime: Several later episodes mention that it has been approximately three years or so since the experiment hunt began with Sparky, which would make the time since Stitch first landed in Hawaii only slightly longer - but it seems more for setting than anything: despite this, nothing of consequence changes in the characters' lives. This can likely be attributed to the fact that the show's run was three years.
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** In the episode "Remmy", Nani makes a sandwich for Lilo. When she rejects it, Stitch then proceeds to eat it - -- and when Nani scolds him, he retrieves it -- just like the cake scene in the [[Disney/LiloAndStitch original movie]]. * ComicBookTime: Several later episodes mention that it has been approximately three years or so since the experiment hunt began with Sparky, which would make the time since Stitch first landed in Hawaii only slightly longer - -- but it seems more for setting than anything: despite anything. Despite this, nothing of consequence changes in the characters' lives. This can likely be attributed to the fact that the show's run was three years.

* {{Crossover}}: A series of episodes in which the characters from other Disney Channel shows came to visit the islands. The series also holds the honor of having the most crossovers in a Disney series, which include:
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* {{Crossover}}: A series of episodes in which the characters from other Disney Channel shows came to visit the islands. The series Also counts as CanonWelding, as beforehand there was little indication ''The Series'' occurred in the same universe. ''The Series'' also holds the honor of having the most crossovers in a Disney series, which include:

*** Also counts as CanonWelding, as beforehand there was little indication the series occurred in the same universe.

* DefeatMeansFriendship: Stitch generally has to fight his cousins before they'll accept being 'ohana'.
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* DefeatMeansFriendship: Stitch generally has to fight his cousins before they'll accept being 'ohana'."'ohana".

* DrunkWithPower: One episode features "Checkers", a crown-shaped experiment which sits upon its user's head and makes others cater to them like royalty. Naturally, an under-appreciated feeling Lilo puts it on, takes over the town and goes power mad immediately - passing insane laws and condoning her friends getting locked in a dungeon when they don't follow. She ultimately realizes how far she's been going and how poorly she's been acting, but right after she realizes this Gantu gets his hands on Checkers and everything gets ten times worse. Luckily, the other experiments are unaffected by Checkers' mind control and can do something about it.
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* DrunkWithPower: One episode features "Checkers", a crown-shaped experiment which sits upon its user's head and makes others cater to them like royalty. Naturally, an under-appreciated feeling Lilo puts it on, takes over the town and goes power mad immediately - immediately, passing insane laws and condoning her friends getting locked in a dungeon when they don't follow. She ultimately realizes how far she's been going and how poorly she's been acting, but right after she realizes this Gantu gets his hands on Checkers and everything gets ten times worse. Luckily, the other experiments are unaffected by Checkers' mind control and can do something about it.

* EvilChef: Frenchfry. He cooks some good food, but [[ImAHumanitarian his favorite food...]] * EvilRedhead: Mertle
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* EvilChef: Frenchfry.Frenchfry (062). He cooks some good food, but [[ImAHumanitarian his favorite food...]] * EvilRedhead: MertleMertle.

* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Angel" when Angel is about to go to bed she gives Stitch a look that says "Come to bed with me" and Stitch is all too eager to, but then Lilo makes them sleep in separate beds.
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "Angel" "Angel", when Angel is about to go to bed she gives Stitch a look that says "Come "come to bed with me" and Stitch is all too eager to, but then Lilo makes them sleep in separate beds.

* GoodAngelBadAngel: Mr. Stenchy's intro shows that Stitch has two bad angels. * GottaCatchThemAll: Lilo won't rest until all the experiments have fond their One True Place. * GrandFinale: "Snafu" for the TV series and ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'' for the series proper.
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* GoodAngelBadAngel: Mr. Stenchy's Stenchy (254)'s intro shows that Stitch has two bad angels. * GottaCatchThemAll: Lilo won't rest until all the experiments have fond their One True Place."one true place". * GrandFinale: "Snafu" for the TV series and normal run of ''The Series'' (though "Link" was the last broadcast). ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'' was this for ''The Series'' proper as well as the series proper.whole franchise until [[Anime/{{Stitch}} the anime]] came along.
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* AbnormalLimbRotationRange: Shortstuff (#297) has a knack for this.
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* AbnormalLimbRotationRange: Shortstuff (#297) (297) has a knack for this.

* TheAce: Even named Ace (#262), He has the appearance of a superhero and doesn't have the slightest bit of evil in him.
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* TheAce: Even named Ace (#262), (262), He has the appearance of a superhero and doesn't have the slightest bit of evil in him.

* AnimateInanimateObject: The ghost-like Phantasmo (#375) has the ability to possess any inanimate object from [[HauntedTechnology kitchen appliances]] to [[LivingToys Lilo's doll Scrump]]. He eventually takes up residence in a broken animatronic macaw in a restaurant.
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* AnimateInanimateObject: The ghost-like Phantasmo (#375) (375) has the ability to possess any inanimate object from [[HauntedTechnology kitchen appliances]] to [[LivingToys Lilo's doll Scrump]]. He eventually takes up residence in a broken animatronic macaw in a restaurant.

* EarthquakeMachine: Richter (#513) ** Cannonball (#520), to an extent. * ElementalPowers: Several of the experiments, most notably Yin (#501) and Yang (#502). In fact, the entire 500 series of experiments have been stated to have some form of elemental abilities.
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* EarthquakeMachine: Richter (#513) (513) ** Cannonball (#520), (520), to an extent. * ElementalPowers: Several of the experiments, most notably Yin (#501) (501) and Yang (#502).(502). In fact, the entire 500 series of experiments have been stated to have some form of elemental abilities.

* FlawedPrototype: Some of Stitch's 'cousins' are regarded as failures by Jumba. The two most notable ones are Reuben (#625) and Woops (#600), both of which were prototypes for Stitch but had negative traits (laziness and clumsiness, respectively). Ace (#262) is considered by Jumba to be [[MyGreatestFailure his greatest failure]] for not having ''any'' evil traits at all, instead being a hero by default.
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* FlawedPrototype: Some of Stitch's 'cousins' "cousins" are regarded as failures by Jumba. The two most notable ones are Reuben (#625) (625) and Woops (#600), (600), both of which were prototypes for Stitch but had negative traits (laziness and clumsiness, respectively). Ace (#262) (262) is considered by Jumba to be [[MyGreatestFailure his greatest failure]] for not having ''any'' evil traits at all, instead being a hero by default.

* HypnoFool: Gantu, Lilo, Stitch, and some other random islanders in one episode; caused by Swirly (#383). * HypnoticEyes: Swirly (#383)'s power.
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* HypnoFool: Gantu, Lilo, Stitch, and some other random islanders in one episode; caused by Swirly (#383). (383). * HypnoticEyes: Swirly (#383)'s (383)'s power.

* LovePotion: In the form of a hummingbird-like experiment pecking people - Hunkahunka (#323).
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* LovePotion: In the form of a hummingbird-like experiment pecking people - Hunkahunka (#323).(323).

* MesACrowd: Dupe (#314), with the classic [[ConservationOfNinjutsu "divide your abilities amongst the clones"]] side effect.
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* MesACrowd: Dupe (#314), (314), with the classic [[ConservationOfNinjutsu "divide your abilities amongst the clones"]] side effect.

* MindControlEyes: Victims of Swirly (#383)'s hypnotic powers will have the spiral variant.
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* MindControlEyes: Victims of Swirly (#383)'s (383)'s hypnotic powers will have the spiral variant.

* NightmareFuel: In-universe, Spooky (#300) has the ability to turn into anyone's [[YourWorstNightmare worst fear]]. He turns into Cobra Bubbles and tries to take Lilo away from Nani, a torrent of water that nearly succeeds at ''drowning'' Stitch, and a MonsterClown to scare Lilo.
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* NightmareFuel: In-universe, Spooky (#300) (300) has the ability to turn into anyone's [[YourWorstNightmare worst fear]]. He turns into Cobra Bubbles and tries to take Lilo away from Nani, a torrent of water that nearly succeeds at ''drowning'' Stitch, and a MonsterClown to scare Lilo.

** Experiment Mr. Stenchy is the only one of his cousins to have sclerae and pupils instead of the solid black eyes his "cousins" (including Stitch) actually all have.
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** Experiment Mr. Stenchy (254) is the only one of his cousins "cousins" to have sclerae and pupils instead of the single-colored or solid black eyes his "cousins" (including Stitch) actually all have.

* NoodleIncident: In one episode, Pleakley remembers 'the incident with the giant chicken'. * OffModel: Gantu's height can range from just over twice Jumba's size to taller than two stories, and everything in between. It was stated by [[WordofGod the producers]] that Gantu's sudden shrinkage between [[Disney/LiloAndStitch the movie]] and the series was so that Gantu could appear in frame without ridiculously dwarfing anything he stood over. (That doesn't explain the variance in the series itself, however...)
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* NoodleIncident: In one episode, Pleakley remembers 'the "the incident with the giant chicken'. chicken". * OffModel: Gantu's height can range from just over twice Jumba's size to taller than two stories, and everything in between. It was stated by [[WordofGod [[WordOfGod the producers]] that Gantu's sudden shrinkage between [[Disney/LiloAndStitch the movie]] and the series ''The Series'' was so that Gantu could appear in frame without ridiculously dwarfing anything he stood over. (That doesn't explain the variance in the series ''The Series'' itself, however...)

* PromotionToParent: Nani
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* PromotionToParent: NaniNani.

* ReunionShow: ''Fibber'', which, as mention above, features the ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' cast as Pleakley's family.
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* ReunionShow: ''Fibber'', "Fibber", which, as mention above, features the ''Series/TheKidsInTheHall'' cast as Pleakley's family.

* ShoutOut: Hämsterviel is ''not'' a space gerbil, he's clearly an alien version of the frenchman from ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''.
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* ShoutOut: Hämsterviel is ''not'' a space gerbil, he's clearly an alien version of the frenchman Frenchman from ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''.

** Phantasmo is an {{homage}} to Chucky from ''Film/ChildsPlay''. ** Experiment #110, a small mouse-like experiment with distinctive ears "designed to annoy enemies with non-stop talking" is a shout out to the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes character "Sniffles".
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** Phantasmo (375) is an {{homage}} to Chucky from ''Film/ChildsPlay''. ** Experiment #110, Squeak (110), a small mouse-like experiment with distinctive ears "designed to annoy enemies with non-stop talking" talking", is a shout out to the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes character "Sniffles".

* SuckECheeses: Macki Macaw's is an example of this trope. The Experiment of the episode (Phantasmo, #375) was convinced to take over the broken animatronics so it could indulge its attention-seeking nature and use its ability to control inanimate objects to help others instead of hurt them.
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* SuckECheeses: Macki Macaw's is an example of this trope. The Experiment experiment of the episode (Phantasmo, #375) 375) was convinced to take over the broken animatronics so it could indulge its attention-seeking nature and use its ability to control inanimate objects to help others instead of hurt them.

** Jumba: 'little girl', 'larger girl', 'one eyed one', etc
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** Jumba: 'little girl', 'larger girl', 'one eyed one', etcetc.

* TheUnintelligible: Stitch's speech is very hard to understand, and most other experiments make animal or robotic noises.
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* TheUnintelligible: Stitch's Tantalog speech is very hard to understand, and most other experiments make animal or robotic noises.

* TrueCompanions: [[CatchPhrase Ohana means family, and family means that no one gets left behind...or forgotten.]]
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* TrueCompanions: [[CatchPhrase Ohana 'Ohana means family, and family means that no one gets left behind...or forgotten.]]

** In the Frenchfry episode, Kumu doesn't seem to find it odd that the now fat Lilo is shaped so unrealistically or how she gained so much weight in so little time.
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** In the Frenchfry episode, "Frenchfry", Kumu doesn't seem to find it odd that the now fat now-fat Lilo is shaped so unrealistically or how she gained so much weight in so little time.
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Adding Line Of Sight Name example.
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* LineOfSightName: In the episode "Holio". While telling a story about a terrible monster that eats people (and birthday cakes), Lilo sees a gecko on the post of the hula building, which then licks its eye. Which gives her the name "Geckolicki".
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