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17th Feb '17 7:23:26 PM ngh93
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-->'''Gantu :''' (''banging on ship wall'') 625! Open the door!\\

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-->'''Gantu :''' -->'''Gantu:''' (''banging on ship wall'') 625! Open the door!\\
16th Feb '17 12:49:29 PM ngh93
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-->'''Gantu :''' (''banging on ship wall'') 625, Open the door!\\

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-->'''Gantu :''' (''banging on ship wall'') 625, 625! Open the door!\\
11th Jan '17 11:11:42 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* GrandFinale: "Snafu" for the normal run of ''The Series'' (though "Link" was the last broadcast). ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'' was this for ''The Series'' proper as well as the whole franchise until [[Anime/{{Stitch}} the anime]] came along [[note]]creator Chris Sanders confirms the anime isn't canon[[/note]].

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* GrandFinale: "Snafu" for the normal run of ''The Series'' (though "Link" was the last broadcast). ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'' was this for ''The Series'' proper as well as the whole franchise until [[Anime/{{Stitch}} the anime]] came along [[note]]creator Chris Sanders confirms the anime isn't canon[[/note]].along.
10th Jan '17 11:08:25 PM KagSwirby
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* GrandFinale: "Snafu" for the normal run of ''The Series'' (though "Link" was the last broadcast). ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'' was this for ''The Series'' proper as well as the whole franchise until [[Anime/{{Stitch}} the anime]] came along.

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* GrandFinale: "Snafu" for the normal run of ''The Series'' (though "Link" was the last broadcast). ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'' was this for ''The Series'' proper as well as the whole franchise until [[Anime/{{Stitch}} the anime]] came along.along [[note]]creator Chris Sanders confirms the anime isn't canon[[/note]].
7th Jan '17 10:34:16 PM RisefromYourGrave
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As ''The Series'' begins, it is revealed that [[Characters/LiloAndStitchExperiments many other experiments of Stitch's lineage]], of which he is number 626, have landed near Hawaii by accident (as shown in the direct-to-video {{pilot|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 Gantu, the now disgraced former galactic captain guard, who seeks to enslave the experiments for the even-eviler Doctor Hämsterviel. After two seasons (the first season was largely extended to fill the [[SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon 65-episode]] count), ''The Series'' closed out with the fourth and final movie, ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'', which was followed by the anime ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'' two years later in Japan. [[note]]Though it's still debateable if that series is canon with this one.[[/note]]

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As ''The Series'' begins, it is revealed that [[Characters/LiloAndStitchExperiments many other experiments of Stitch's lineage]], of which he is number 626, have landed near Hawaii by accident (as shown in the direct-to-video {{pilot|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 Gantu, the now disgraced former galactic captain guard, who seeks to enslave the experiments for the even-eviler Doctor Hämsterviel. After two seasons (the first season was largely extended to fill the [[SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon 65-episode]] count), ''The Series'' closed out with the fourth and final movie, ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'', which was followed by the anime ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'' two years later in Japan. [[note]]Though it's still debateable debatable if that series is canon with this one.[[/note]]
6th Jan '17 10:47:28 PM CASCHero
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As ''The Series'' begins, it is revealed that [[Characters/LiloAndStitchExperiments many other experiments of Stitch's lineage]], of which he is number 626, have landed near Hawaii by accident (as shown in the direct-to-video {{pilot|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 Gantu, the now disgraced former galactic captain guard, who seeks to enslave the experiments for the even-eviler Doctor Hämsterviel. After two seasons (the first season was largely extended to fill the [[SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon 65-episode]] count), ''The Series'' closed out with the fourth and final movie, ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'', which was followed by the anime ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'' two years later in Japan.

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As ''The Series'' begins, it is revealed that [[Characters/LiloAndStitchExperiments many other experiments of Stitch's lineage]], of which he is number 626, have landed near Hawaii by accident (as shown in the direct-to-video {{pilot|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 Gantu, the now disgraced former galactic captain guard, who seeks to enslave the experiments for the even-eviler Doctor Hämsterviel. After two seasons (the first season was largely extended to fill the [[SixtyFiveEpisodeCartoon 65-episode]] count), ''The Series'' closed out with the fourth and final movie, ''WesternAnimation/LeroyAndStitch'', which was followed by the anime ''Anime/{{Stitch}}'' two years later in Japan. \n [[note]]Though it's still debateable if that series is canon with this one.[[/note]]
2nd Jan '17 7:50:48 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* FantasticVoyagePlot: In "Pox", Lilo and Stitch go inside Pleakley to catch the experiment that was making him sick.

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* FantasticVoyagePlot: In "Pox", "Poxy", Lilo and Stitch go inside Pleakley to catch the experiment that was making him sick.
15th Dec '16 11:53:34 PM RisefromYourGrave
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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.
** Also Hammerface (Experiment 033). He appeared in "The Asteroid", despite that episode being produced ''and'' airing before Hammerface's actual debut in "Dupe". And it can be said that the events of "Dupe" happened before "The Asteroid", but it was obvious that Gantu captured him immediately after the episode (with Heat, Plasmoid and Thresher) because he was among the experiments that needed to be rescued in "Snafu".

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* SeriesContinuityError: Since Disney Channel aired the episodes out of production order, there were several continuity errors throughout the show. Even then, the production order itself is not seamless either.
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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.
** Also Hammerface (Experiment 033). He appeared in "The Asteroid", despite that episode being produced ''and'' airing before Hammerface's actual debut in "Dupe". And it can be said that the events of "Dupe" happened before "The Asteroid", but it was obvious that Gantu captured him immediately after the episode (with Heat, Plasmoid and Thresher) Thresher), because he was among the experiments that needed to be rescued in "Snafu".
11th Dec '16 2:26:13 PM RisefromYourGrave
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* ArcWords: As with the movie, "Ohana means family..." and adding "the one place [the experiment of the week] truly belongs." [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in "Heckler."

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* ArcWords: As with the movie, "Ohana "'Ohana means family..." and adding "the one place [the experiment of the week] truly belongs." [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in "Heckler."



* ArtShift: The series has a simpler and thicker lined style than the original film.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: When Stitch is too short to ride an amusement park ride, he uses Jumba's growth ray to make him much larger (as big as Lilo's house, in fact). The freshly caught experiment, Shortstuff (297), also gets zapped to an enormous size and wreaks havoc onto the fair until he is pinned down by the now regular-sized Stitch. Lilo and Stitch didn't even bother to change him back to normal size; his one true place is being a living fair ride.

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* ArtShift: The series ''The Series'' has a simpler and thicker lined thicker-lined style than the original film.
film. Stitch also has a somewhat redesigned look to make him easier to animate for television; among other changes, his body has a more rigid build (he looks less "fluffy"), his head shape is more elliptical than round (it looks sort of "flatter"), his eyes are more almond-shaped (making him look like he has a slight squint), and his fur color is a lighter, more saturated shade of blue.
* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: This trope was used several times in ''The Series''.
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When Stitch is too short to ride an amusement park ride, he uses Jumba's growth ray to make him much larger (as big as Lilo's house, in fact). The freshly caught experiment, Shortstuff (297), also gets zapped to an enormous size and wreaks havoc onto the fair until he is pinned down by the now regular-sized Stitch. Lilo and Stitch didn't even bother to change him back to normal size; his one true place is being a living fair ride.
11th Dec '16 5:55:24 AM TroperNo9001
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* BaseballEpisode: "Slugger" revolved around an experiment who could deflect projectiles with his tail, and just so happened to activate while the cast was playing baseball.
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