Lilo Pelekai and Stitch (Experiment 626) | Major Characters | Minor Characters | Stitch! anime | Stitch & Ai
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List of 1-Series experiments
|102||Stopgo||A tall experiment resembling a traffic light pole who is designed to cause traffic jams. Its one true place is on a busy intersection directing traffic using its signals. It was seen during Leroy & Stitch when Lilo was making her rounds checking up on experiments.||Leroy & Stitch|
|103||Stamen||A tan-gray, upside-down ice cream-shaped, mouse-like experiment with an oval body, little arms and legs, big ears, a big mouth, no tail, black eyes, a round blue nose and rabbit-like ears. He is designed to prevent the pollination of flowers by attracting alien "bees" to himself. He was first seen being rescued in "Snafu".||"Snafu", Leroy & Stitch|
|107||Mutilate||Yellow or Purple||This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown. The 1-series' corresponding color was originally going to be yellow, but was changed to purple for reasons unknown.|
|110||Squeak||A small red mouse-like experiment that vaguely resembles Sniffles from Warner Bros.' Merrie Melodies series. He is designed to annoy entire planets with his never-ending talking. He first appeared in "Spike", when Jumba was testing his "Evilliminator", a new idea for turning experiments from bad to good, on him and it did not work. He later appeared in Leroy & Stitch when he recalled to Mertle about a nightmare he once had, but was immediately stopped when Leroy fired a blaster close to him. He is voiced by Rob Paulsen.||"Spike", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!|
|111||Mulch||Blue||A red experiment that resembles a push mower who is designed to tear up the ground beneath his feet. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats".||"Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", Leroy & Stitch|
|112||Toons||Green||A yellow platypus-like experiment with an orange mane and a rectangular vacuum-like mouth who can bring 2D images to life by consuming a 2D subject and spitting it back out, making it 3D.||Stitch!|
|113||Shoe||Purple||A green and white sloth-like experiment with a wiry body and a round face with black eyes, a small dark purple round nose, a wide mouth and two long, curved horns. He is able to control luck with his horseshoe-like horns, causing good luck when they are up and bad luck they are down. His mode can be switched by flipping the horns. His one true place is at a miniature golf course, where he makes people score holes-in-one.||"Shoe", Leroy & Stitch|
|119||Inverto||Blue||This experiment was misunderstood as Experiment 611, as Gantu read its pod upside-down in "Houdini". He was reported by Dr. Hämsterviel as a chocolate experiment who drives people into his sweetness, which is actually Experiment 054 (Fudgy).|
|120||Snafu||Purple||A small, dark green and teal, octopus-like experiment with a roughly reptilian face, a wide mouth, small white eyes with black pupils, a small round body, little arms and legs with small hands and feet, a little tail, black markings on his back, and six tentacles on his large dome head; three on each end of his head. He is designed to foil enemy plans by any possible means. He will ruin any plans to catch him; the only way to do so is by accident. Named for the military acronym SNAFU (Situation Normal: All Fouled Up).||"Snafu", Leroy & Stitch|
|122||Dorkifier||Blue||A pink and white calf-like experiment with two horns, a red nose and purple hooves. He is designed to zap a pink ray from his horns that changes anyone's appearance into something ridiculous. The new dorky clothes can only be taken off when his horns are turned down.||Stitch!|
|123||Carmen||Pink||A pink, blue-eyed, antenna-less, Angel (624)-like experiment, wearing a headdress of fruits and holding a maraca in each of her four hands. She is designed to make people dance until they drop by firing pink balls of energy out of her maracas at victims. The effect can be canceled when she claps her maracas together. She is modeled after her namesake Carmen Miranda. She is voiced by Tress MacNeille in the anime's English dub.||"Remmy", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!|
|124||Rhymer||Hammerface was mistakenly labeled 124 in Stitch! The Movie due to Jumba's untidy database. This experiment's appearance, as well as its function, remain unknown.|
|128||Bugby||Purple||A small green mosquito-like experiment with four eyes who was designed to turn whole civilizations into harmless little insects. Anyone turned into an insect can understand all other insects and arachnids. The only way to reverse the effect is with a machine built by Jumba. He was later reprogrammed to only turn inanimate objects into insects. His one true place is helping farmers by turning rocks into swarms of aphid-eating ladybugs. He is voiced by Grey DeLisle.||"Bugby", Leroy & Stitch|
|133||PJ||White||An orange and tan koala-like experiment with a white face, a wide mouth, red nose, black eyes, yellow-tipped antennae that mix with thin rabbit-like ears, and a functioning blow-horn for a tail (reminiscent of Harpo Marx's trademark horn) which he squeaks instead of speaking. He wears joke eyeglasses with a fake nose and mustache resembling those of Groucho Marx. He is designed to play practical jokes on people, hence his name P(ractical) J(oker). His one true place is as an opening act for Moses's hula gig. In the impromptu "Aloha ʻOe" concert and group photo taken at the end of Leroy & Stitch, and on Disney.com's now-removed experiment gallery, PJ is seen without his glasses.||"PJ", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!|
|134||Shredder||A green experiment with sharp steel teeth, large ears and a blue nose. He is designed to shred important documents. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats".||"Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", Leroy & Stitch|
|136||Gloomy||Yellow||This experiment's pod was seen in the experiment profiler special feature on the Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch DVD. Its function is unknown.|
|139||I Know You Are But What Am I||Experiment unseen|
|143||Clog||Mentioned in "Skip" when Reuben said, "That one whose hair is always clogging the sink." Its function is unknown.|
|145||Bragg (a.k.a. Flute)||An orange and yellow long-eared cat/rabbit-like experiment with a white stomach and orange heart-shaped markings on his forehead and all down his back. He has blue tufts of fur coming out of his ears and violet-colored eyes and a red nose. He is designed to play music from Jumba's home planet, increasing his power and growth through the sympathy he receives from his beautiful music. However, he also grows meaner and uglier the more powerful he gets. A talented player of the harmonica and flute, he's also super-smart and athletic, making him very popular. His name and experiment number has been inconsistent between appearances; in the original Japanese version of the Stitch! anime, he was named "Bragg" but was numbered 021 in error; in the end credits of Leroy & Stitch, 021 is named "Twang" while "Bragg" is supposed to be numbered 145. This led to some official media referring to him as Experiment 021/Twang. The English dub corrected the experiment's number to 145, but renamed him as "Flute" to more explicitly point out what he plays.||Stitch!|
|146||Flashbomb||Blue||This experiment's pod was seen in the experiment profiler special feature on the Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch DVD. Its function is unknown.|
|148||Weasel||Believed to be a brown weasel-like experiment who is designed to climb up planetary leaders' pant legs during public appearances. An experiment matching that visual description can be seen in Leroy & Stitch.||Leroy & Stitch (supposedly)|
|149||Bonnie||Purple||See folder below||"Bonnie & Clyde", "Spike", "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!|
|150||Clyde||Purple||See folder below||"Bonnie & Clyde", "Spike", "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!|
|151||Babyfier||White||A small, pink, koala/fairy-like experiment with a big head with a baby-like face, tiny purple insect-like wings, stubby legs, short stubby ears, plump cheeks, blue nose, a yellow pacifier in his mouth and a long, dark pink-striped, rattle-shaped tail. He is designed to disable planets by turning adults into babies with a pink powder shaken from his rattle-like tail. The antidote is a mix of two teaspoons of applesauce, one cup of milk, three bananas, and 100% Kona coffee. His one true place is at the animal shelter making older dogs young again, thus making them more appealing to potential adopters. In the Stitch! anime's third season, he was reprogrammed by Hämsterviel to turn people into toddlers instead of babies, and was renamed "Toddler-fier" in this appearance.||"Babyfier", "Ploot", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!, Disney Tsum Tsumnote|
|152||Mama Frita||Experiment unseen|
|153||XYZ||Pleakley described this experiment in the Stitch! anime as "the pants zipper opener".|
|157||Hotl||Red||This experiment's pod was seen in the experiment profiler special feature on the Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch DVD. Its function is unknown.|
|158||Finder||Purple||A red aardvark/shrew-like experiment with little arms and legs, a short, stumpy tail, a long snout, black eyes, and large rabbit-like ears. He is designed to find anything and honk when he finds it, even spin his ears like helicopter blades to be able to fly if necessary, in order to find what he has been asked to locate. His one true place is operating a "Lost and Found" service on Lahui Beach, with "Lost and" struck-out. He was in the rescue party for "Snafu". He is called 458 in his episode, but in Skip's episode and the credits for Leroy & Stitch, he is called 158.||"Finder", "Drowsy", "Skip", "Ploot", "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Disney Stitch Jamnote|
|172||Ditch||Yellow||This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.|
|176||Allsox||Yellow||This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.|
|177||Clip||White||A small, yellow hairball-like experiment with a pink bow, dark blue eyes, and long scissor-like claws. She was designed to eat uburnium (an efficient, cheap, and abundant fuel used in outer space) in order to create a fuel crisis. However, in Jumba's native language, the word "uburnium" closely resembles the word for "hair", so she eats hair instead of uburnium. As she eats more hair, she grows larger and larger, to the point where she can only be tamed by shampoo and hair conditioning products. Her one true place is cutting hair at Kokaua Town's beauty salon. Stitch tried to suggest the name "Hairy" to Lilo. In the anime, she appears to also have the ability to fly. She is voiced by Tress MacNeille.||"Clip", "Elastico", "Checkers", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!, Disney Tsum Tsumnote|
|179||Bumper||Yellow||This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.|
|199||Nosy||Red||See folder below||"Nosy", "Spike", "Woops", "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!|
Notable 1-Series experiments
Clyde voiced by: Rocky McMurray (Lilo & Stitch: The Series), Jeff Bennett (Leroy & Stitch)
Debuted in: 'Bonnie & Clyde' (Lilo & Stitch: The Series Season 1, Episode 36)
An experiment duo who are designed to steal things. Bonnie is a small, female, green koala-like experiment with a (supposedly) cunning mind, while Clyde is a large, male, yellow-brown bear-like experiment with a cybernetic left arm. They are the only rehabilitated experiments who were convicted criminals; their "one true place" was in the Kokaua Town Prison, though they were paroled in "Snafu".
- Aliens Speaking English: They both speak English with Brooklyn accents, much like with Reuben.
- Brains and Brawn: Bonnie is the brains to Clyde's brawn.
- Donut Mess with a Cop: They were activated when Officer Kahiko, who bought a bag of doughnut holes which contained the experiments' pods, dipped their pods in his coffee. The two experiments proceeded to take his vehicle and his uniform from there.
- Didn't Think This Through: A major problem with Bonnie's schemes.
- Dumbass Has a Point: While Clyde doesn't talk or think much, he does question some of Bonnie's ideas. Also, in "Spike", he used Fibber (032) to call out Bonnie for not being as intelligent as she claims and for getting them thrown into prison.Clyde (holding Bonnie with his cybernetic arm): Hey, Bonnie. If you're so smart, how come we ended up in the slammer?
Bonnie: Oh, can it, Clyde! It's your fault we got nabbed in the first place.
Bonnie: (angrily shouting while Clyde laughs as he continues to hold her) Why, you little so-and-so, I'll mangle ya!
- Dumb Muscle: Clyde is the muscle of the duo, and he's shown to be pretty stupid.
- Foreshadowing: Clyde's pod was seen—correctly numbered—in Stitch! The Movie.
- HeelFace Turn: Subverted, due to their criminal programming, though they did get parole in "Snafu". Then the anime reveals that since then they've been in Galactic Prison, which they would escape from. As a result, it's hard to tell whether or not they've truly turned good.
- Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: Clyde's The Big Guy to Bonnie's tiny girl.
- Know-Nothing Know-It-All: Downplayed with Bonnie; although skilled in coming up with schemes, she does not think them through enough to make them completely effective. The Disney Wiki describes her as having "the qualities of having a true, albeit amateurish criminal mind." This is best seen in "Spike" when she says she's "too smart" for Pleakley's E.A.R.W.A.X. session, only for Fibber to buzz in response.
- Manipulative Bitch: Bonnie, who can sweet-talk the gullible into helping her out with her and Clyde's schemes.
- Never My Fault: Bonnie says that it was Clyde's fault for getting themselves thrown into prison. Fibber disagrees.
- Outlaw Couple: A female-male pair of thieving experiments named after the outlaw couple no less.
- Series Continuity Error: They were numbered 349 and 350 in their debut episode.
- Shout-Out: They are clearly named after the famous robber duo of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
- Sticky Fingers: Their main function. It's so hard-wired into them that they are a bit obsessive-compulsive when it comes to taking things. For example, in "Spike", Bonnie takes a videocassette from the Pelekais' VCR during Pleakley's E.A.R.W.A.X. session.
- Swiss Army Appendage: Clyde's robotic left hand can change into a variety of weapons and tools.
- Tomboy: Bonnie has a bit of this personality.
- Those Two Bad Guys: Two kleptomaniacs who work together to commit crimes.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: They have a tendency to argue with one another, especially over Bonnie's plans, but they are an effective pair of thieves who do seem to care about each other (as seen in "Spike" and at the end of Leroy & Stitch).
Debuted in: 'Nosy' (Lilo & Stitch: The Series Season 1, Episode 25)
A reddish wombat/pig-like experiment who is designed to snoop out and reveal people's most embarrassing secrets, though it's usually useless gossip. He was given to Gantu at the end of his episode, but escapes in "Woops".
- Aliens Speaking English: His function wouldn't have as much of an effect towards humans if he didn't speak English.
- Cannot Keep a Secret: 'Cause he's designed to expose them.
- Dirty Coward: To an extent, as he'll run off screaming if someone decides to attack him. Granted, he has no actual fighting ability whatsoever, so he would be useless in an actual fight.
- Escape Artist: Another one of his abilities, although he does gets captured more than once in his debut.
- Expy: Of Pain from Disney's Hercules, who has a similar personality, a similar appearance, and the same original voice actor.
- Gag Nose: Fittingly has a very large nose for his face.
- Multiple Reference Pun: His name refers to both his big nose and his primary function of prying into the affairs of others.
- Nothing Personal: He can be obnoxious at times, but he's never malicious about revealing other people's secrets; he's just doing what he was programmed to do. In Pleakley's therapy session, he even admits it's a compulsion that he somewhat regrets.
- Secret Chaser: He's designed to find out secrets from anyone.
- The Sneaky Guy: Does a bit of stealth and spying to fulfill his function.