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List of 2-Series experiments

    List of 2-Series experiments 
Tropes for any of these experiments can be found in either the "General" folder back on the main Experiments page or in the folder below this list.
Name Pod
color
Description Appearances
200 Adam   Experiment unseen  
201 Geigenstein White This experiment's pod was in Mrs. Hasagawa's dish in "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", but it was not activated. Its function is unknown.  
202 Jam Red A purple bat/lizard-like experiment with four arms, a lion-like tail, large wings on his shoulders and a Stitch-like face. He is designed to jam radars with his high-pitched screech. He was activated at the end of Stitch! The Movie, although his pod was mislabeled as 455. He is voiced by Frank Welker. Stitch! The Movie, Leroy & Stitch
203 Snipe Green This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.  
204 Nosox Blue A gray experiment shaped like a four-legged washing machine. He is designed to make socks disappear. He was among the twelve new pods Lilo and Stitch brought home in "Drowsy". Nosox was one of the experiments rescued in "Snafu", because Gantu caught him around "Amnesio". "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
205 Cheney  This experiment's pod was seen in "Skip". Its function is unknown.  
206 Maggie   Experiment unseen  
207 Barcode   Experiment unseen  
208 Hoax   Experiment unseen  
209 Smoot   Experiment unseen  
210 Retro Blue A small orange mammalian/reptilian dinosaur-like experiment with a purple nose, tiny gold-tipped ears, gold markings on his back and spots around his eyes and a thick, short tail and legs. He is designed to turn enemy weapons and technology into their most primitive state by wrapping his tongue around the object, rendering the object useless as he lets go. This process also works on people and other items, and it can be reversed by spanking his bottom three times while his tongue is wrapped around the de-evolved person or thing. His one true place is making a prehistoric zoo. He is voiced by Frank Welker. His appearance under Hämsterviel's possession in "Woops" was an error. In the Stitch! anime, it is also shown that Retro's ability can also work on experiments, as when Stitch was hit by Retro's powers in one episode, he reverted to his original destructive programming. "Retro", "Woops", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
211 Jangle   Experiment unseen  
212 2-Late   Experiment unseen  
213 UHF   Experiment unseen  
214 Pix  A blue camera-like experiment with small arms and three legs that are similar to a tripod. He is designed to take only bad pictures of people. He takes the pictures with his "nose" and develops the pictures like an instant camera with the pictures coming out of his mouth. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats". "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
215 Crammer   Experiment unseen  
216 Key   Experiment unseen  
217 Rat   Experiment unseen  
218 Target   Experiment unseen  
219 Missy   Experiment unseen  
220 Millie  A giant green millipede-like experiment with a koala-like face, a wide mouth, a big blue nose, black eyes, Nosy (199)-like ears and ten short tentacle limbs. This experiment is designed to plug the holes in an air filter crucial to all hyperdrives. Leroy & Stitch
221 Sparky Green See folder below Stitch! The Movie, "Elastico", "The Asteroid", "Angel", "Skip", "Checkers", "Ploot", "Remmy", "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!, Lilo & Stitch 2: Hämsterviel Havoc, Disney Stitch Jam,note  Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep,note  Disney Stitch Jam 2,note  Disney Tsum Tsumnote 
222 Poxy Green A tiny pale green-grey germ-like experiment with pink-purple spots and four white grey-tipped antennae. He is designed to transmit disease to popular planetary leaders and disable them. The symptoms are purple pimples, smelly feet, a swollen eye, and uncontrollable burping. When he turns to good, he could cure health problems. Ends up with (actually in) Gantu. He was rescued in "Snafu" and later uses his powers to cure people according to a game on the Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch DVD. He is voiced by Tress MacNeille. This experiment's design was first shown on the Lilo & Stitch DVD's "Create Your Own Alien Experiment" bonus feature game, alongside two experiments who were never seen in The Series. "Poxy", "Snafu"
223 Glitch Green A bright green experiment that resembles a cross between Morpholomew (316) and Poxy (222) with a round torso, pudgy arms and legs, a large round head with a little mouth, a round nose, dark green eyes, a small arrow-shaped mark above his facenote  and two thin antennae. He is designed to turn technology against its user by entering machines and electronics, using technopathy, and making them malfunction, operating like a computer virus. Lilo tricked him into being downloaded into her video game. He was released as of Leroy & Stitch to help fight the Leroy clones. His one true place is Lilo's video game, rendering the games harder. "Glitch", Leroy & Stitch
224 Tweak   Experiment unseen  
225 Mashy  Believed to be a light blue dinosaur-like experiment, with a huge mouth, with tiny horns above each nostril, two large ears, and a large body. An experiment matching that description can be seen in Leroy & Stitch. He was presumably designed to crush orbs of precious uburnium in his mouth, which Clip (177) was originally made to do, due to an error on Jumba's part, uburnium being close to the word for hair on his planet. Leroy & Stitch (supposedly)
226 Combo   Experiment unseen  
227 Butter  A large tan mammoth-like creature with two tiny little antennae, a big round green nose instead of a trunk, green markings on his back, legs at the middle of his torso with external toes, a big hump near his face, and tusks as large as the entire front of his body. Able to batter through even the thickest doors. Leroy & Stitch
228 Melty Green A small, red, dragon-like experiment with small bat-like wings, a reptilian head with thin pointed ears, black eyes, and a thin body. He is designed to melt enemy fortresses, weapons, and transportation, among other things, with the bright blue blasts from his mouth. His one true place is burning metal at a recycling plant. He is voiced by Tress MacNeille. "Melty", "Remmy", Leroy & Stitch
229 Kingpin  Believed to be an unlucky experiment that looks like a yellow ten-pin bowling pin with rabbit ears, black eyes, white stomach, and a large light blue nose. An experiment matching that description can be seen in Leroy & Stitch. He is presumably designed as a target for military war games. Leroy & Stitch (supposedly)
230 Checkup   Experiment unseen  
231 Sprok 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.  
232 Poser Green This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.  
233 Pitch   Experiment unseen  
234 Shush Green A reddish-pink opossum/mouse-like experiment with black eyes, large ears and a speaker at the end of its long and fluffy raccoon-like ringed tail. It is designed to eavesdrop on private enemy conversations. To stop this experiment from eavesdropping, someone must pat it on the head, so it curls up its speaker-like tail and folds its large ears downward. Shush's one true place is with Cobra Bubbles as a CIA operative. This experiment's gender is disputed; the experiment was referred to as male by Lilo and Pleakley in its episode, but fan wikis label the experiment as female. "Shush", Leroy & Stitch
235 Docker White This experiment's pod was in Mrs. Hasagawa's dish in "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", but it was not activated. Its function is unknown.  
236 Charger Green This experiment's pod was seen in the Flash game Stitch Speed Chase on Disney Channel's website. Its function is unknown.  
237 Blip   Experiment unseen  
238 Bworp  This experiment's pod was seen in the Flash game Stitch Speed Chase on Disney Channel's website. Its function is unknown.  
239 Clickster  This experiment is mentioned in "Drowsy" when Pleakley said, "Experiment 239 designed to cause traffic jams." However, it does not cause traffic jams; it was mistaken for Stopgo (102). Its actual function is unknown.  
240 Sap   Experiment unseen  
241 Press-5   Experiment unseen  
242 Brownout   Experiment unseen  
243 Pane   Experiment unseen  
244 Bore   Experiment unseen  
245 Sournote   Experiment unseen  
246 Creamer   Experiment unseen  
247 Qwerty   Experiment unseen  
248 Belle  A small cyan experiment with a pitchfork-shaped head with an upside-down arrow-shaped mark on her forehead, a small body, thin arms, and a small lion-like tail. She is designed to scare people with a loud high-pitched shriek. Her one true place is Nani's alarm clock. She is voiced by Tara Strong. "Belle", Leroy & Stitch
249 Sproing  A dark blue and white roughly koala-like experiment with a spring-like body, a wide mouth, round nose, dark eyes, two little ears and little antennae who is designed to launch boulders. Sproing's one true place is helping people reach high places. Leroy & Stitch
250 Lacrosse   Experiment unseen  
251 Link Green A small bright yellow, pudgy, vaguely rabbit-like experiment with red eyes, a small round nose, and long striped antennae that shoot a slimy bluish glue-like substance that will only dissolve in mud. He is designed to bind together incompatible individuals, usually by the hand or wrist. His one true place is helping arguing couples bungee jump. "Link", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
252 Crete   Experiment unseen  
253 Uncrete   Experiment unseen  
254 Mr. Stenchy  An irresistibly cute pink experiment with a round head, big blue eyes, two puffy antennae and a small tuft of hair atop his head, a small pudgy body, and a fluffy stomach. He is designed to trick his enemies into taking him into their homes. Once there, Mr. Stenchy lets out a noxious odor, released 42 hours after activation. Mr. Stenchy's one true place is on Pleakley's home planet of Plorgonar, where his stench is considered a rare and valuable perfume. He somehow ended up back on Earth for Leroy & Stitch, stench-free, suggesting he can either control the smell or it wears off after a while. He is voiced by Frank Welker in The Series. "Mr. Stenchy", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!, Disney Stitch Jam 2note 
255 Mrs. Sickly  An experiment that bears a striking resemblance to Mr. Stenchy, except for her pale green coloration. Like Mr. Stenchy, she is designed to be an irresistibly cute stink-bomb. She appeared in the Stitch! anime and lived with Mr. Stenchy. Apparently, if the two of them are put together, they can devastate entire planets. She is voiced by Tara Strong. Stitch!
256 Addy   Experiment unseen  
257 Rattat   Experiment unseen  
258 Sample White A small, bright orange,note  koala/cat-like experiment with a wide mouth, a big round nose which functions as a microphone, stubby and soft paws, a fluffy stomach, black pupil-less eyes, and big round ears resembling speakers. He is designed to annoy enemies by looping random sounds with his mouth or his ears. He can also roll into a ball and climb walls, much like Stitch. His one true place is providing backbeats for an originally rhythm-less band named Fox Roswell. He has no voice actor due to his unique ability. He was in the rescue mission for "Snafu". In the Stitch! anime, he was modified by Hämsterviel to fire yellow rings of dust from his ears. Those who touch this dust will dance uncontrollably, similar to Carmen (123)'s ability. "Sample", "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!', Disney Tsum Tsum''note 
259 Rash   Experiment unseen  
260 GPS   Experiment unseen  
261 B. V. Beaverton   Experiment unseen  
262 Ace Yellow A bright red, roughly koala/dragon/superhero-like experiment with a muscular body, yellow chest and stomach, a manly face, White Gloves-style front paws (hands), a wide mouth, a blue nose, dark eyes, pointed ears and small antennae as well as four arms, Super Strength, warm ice-melting breath, and dazzling teeth. He has one fatal error: he has no evil function; a failed experiment that is pure good, and to top it off, he is the only experiment programmed not to cause trouble. When Jumba had his membership revoked from E.G.O. (Evil Genius Organization), Lilo and Stitch tried to trick the head of E.G.O. into thinking that Jumba was still evil. The plan worked until the head of E.G.O. saw a screen of Ace rescuing a cat from a house on fire. His one true place is balancing out Jumba's evil and acting as a local do-gooder. His experiment number-–262-–is the inverse of 626-–Stitch's number; Ace is a purely heroic experiment, and Stitch had been designed to be purely destructive, thus, the opposite of 262. Ace is voiced by Jeff Bennett. He also appeared in a special episode of the Stitch! animenote  where he's also shown to speak English and has the ability to fly. "Ace", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
263 SFS   Experiment unseen  
264 Poach   Experiment unseen  
265 Wip   Experiment unseen  
266 10x   Experiment unseen  
267 Wishy-Washy Green A pudgy lavender-bluish teddy bear-like experiment with fairy-like wings that enable him to fly. He also has a "wand" on his head that lights up every time a wish is granted, and is also good for throwing an unsuspecting opponent, like Stitch. He is designed to be a wish giver that grants any wish he hears, but the wishes are granted literally and may not turn out quite as expected. In addition to rejecting wishes for more wishes, he also has a wish limit, indicated by a small meter on his stomach which starts out completely red. As wishes are granted, the meter slowly goes down. When white, all the wishes are gone, and he is deemed useless. "Wishy-Washy", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
268 Celsenheit   Experiment unseen  
269 Gyrotta   Experiment unseen  
270 Gillmore   Experiment unseen  
271 Noso   Experiment unseen  
272 Wormhole  A purple and cyan caterpillar-like experiment with black eyes, two dark purple-tipped antennae, four dark purple-tipped legs and blue mouth inside. He first appeared in the Stitch! anime, where he is shown to be nice instead of evil and can speak fluent English. His antennae also flicker and light up. He can fold himself into a ball while in a levitating-like position, and this opens up a wormhole directly behind him, specially designed to connect to the exact moment that one enters, but in a parallel universe. These wormholes last for a few days period, and Wormhole can locate any one of them which is open. While he can create one at any time, he has absolutely no power over which universe they may lead to. Leroy & Stitch erroneously gave him the number 275, which is Tickle-Tummy's number. Stitch!
273 Boxboom   Experiment unseen  
274 Alexander Green This experiment's pod was seen in "Drowsy" under Lilo and Stitch's possession. Its function is to make lots of long distance calls on your telephone to run up the cost of your phone bill.  
275 Tickle-Tummy White A round, pink experiment with rabbit-like ears, no legs, a clownish face, two hands with long fingers and a large patterned torso, which she uses to jump really high. Her primary function is to tickle people, since she tickled Reuben into hysterics after he denied being ticklish. She was caught by Gantu and rescued in "Snafu". Fans speculated that she may be Experiment 628 since she was not listed in the end credits of Leroy & Stitch (where 275 was Wormhole, thus 272 being listed as "Mamf"), but the creators confirmed that she was simply forgotten in the credits. It is revealed in Stitch! that she is indeed Experiment 275 and Wormhole has taken Experiment 272. "Snafu", Stitch!
276 Remmy Green A blue experiment with a huge head that resembles Inky from Pac-Man. He is designed to enter a sleeping person's head and turn dreams into nightmares. If the person wakes up while he is still inside, he will remain there permanently to turn all future dreams into nightmares. Also, 276 was designed to attack at peak of the subconscious enjoyment. His one true place is making Virtual Reality games. His name is in reference to the REMnote  stage of sleep, in which dreams occur. He is voiced by Jeff Bennett. "Remmy", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
277 Snooty Red or White A light purple bat-like experiment with a furless, triangle-like body, little legs, two fingers and a thumb on each of his wings, hardly any neck, fanged wide mouth, two little nostrils, pointed ears and black eyes. He is designed to find and enrich "Snootonium," a rare element that becomes extremely dangerous once enriched, which has a similar chemical makeup as that of mucus on Earth. To help clear her sinuses, Lilo's friend Victoria decides to keep Snooty as a pet, as his one true place. Snooty's pod was seen in "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", where it was colored white instead of red. "Snooty", Leroy & Stitch
278 Pasthole   Experiment unseen  
279 Futurehole 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.  
280 Benedict Arnold   Experiment unseen  
281 Ray   Experiment unseen  
282 Click   Experiment unseen  
283 Quarklifter   Experiment unseen  
284 Pixel   Experiment unseen  
285 Lax Green A purple parrot-like experiment with a small antenna, a beak and tail feathers. He is designed to fire a green ray from his antenna that will cause anything it hits to stop working, and can also climb walls. A person hit by his ray will relax, and a machine hit with the ray will shut down. The ray can be blocked or bounced off reflective surfaces. However, the ray wears off in time. The Recess gang helped Lilo capture 285. His one true place is at the airport, making grouchy business people enjoy their vacation. "Lax", Leroy & Stitch
286 Gellasifier 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.  
287 Burl   Experiment unseen  
288 Boomer Yellow A small white and brown experiment with a curved head and lightweight body. He is designed to be a living boomerang. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats". "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
289 Stringulator   Experiment unseen  
290 U-port   Experiment unseen  
291 Catalyst   Experiment unseen  
292 Whatsamattafoyou   Experiment unseen  
293 Vacuum   Experiment unseen  
294 Poppapoppup   Experiment unseen  
295 Spineless   Experiment unseen  
296 Crash Green This experiment's pod was seen in the Flash game Stitch Speed Chase on Disney Channel's website. Its function is unknown.  
297 Shortstuff Green A red-orange crab-like experiment with four claws, four legs, dark blue eyes and two antennae on his head, able to swivel at the waist more than 360°. He is designed to destroy machinery by entering the mechanism and cutting the internal electrical wiring with his claws. His size was greatly increased by accident when he was zapped by Jumba's growth ray. As a result of his growth, his one true place is as an amusement park ride. He is voiced by Nancy Cartwright. He was seen in the Stitch! anime back at his original size. "Shortstuff", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!, Disney Tsum Tsumnote 
298 Cat   Experiment unseen  
299 Dimensionator   Experiment unseen  

Notable 2-Series experiment

    Sparky (Experiment 221) 
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Voiced by: Frank Welker, Steve Blum (Stitch!)
Debuted in: Stitch! The Movie

A yellow Chinese-style dragon/monkey/gecko-like experiment with electrical powers, and the first experiment to be reactivated following the creation of Stitch. He can cause electrical outages when using his powers. The first experiment that Lilo and Stitch turned from bad to good, his "one true place" is powering the old Kīlauea Lighthouse as it was deactivated for a number of years due to it having become too expensive to keep it running.


  • Adaptational Villainy: In the video game, Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep, where he is a mandatory boss battle. Justified though as the game takes place at a time before the events of Lilo & Stitch, so he was still evil by then.
  • Ascended Extra: One of the more prominent experiments, eventually becoming the first of Stitch's cousins to appear in a Disney work outside of the Lilo & Stitch franchise. By extension, he is also the only Disney television character to appear in a Kingdom Hearts game so far. He has also made several appearances in the anime due to his popularity.
  • Big Damn Heroes: Gets several in Stitch! The Movie (see The Movie's page for more details on this trope).
  • Psycho Electro: An electric being that has a good bit of the mischievous personality that Stitch has, down to having his own Evil Laugh. It must run in their family.
  • Retractable Appendages: Has an extra pair of arms like Stitch, though he doesn't use them much. However, his first showing of his extra arms plays a role to Stitch accepting him as a cousin.
  • Ride the Lightning: He can travel through electrical currents and can fly through the air. This also changes his appearance, with the lower half of his body expanding to appear as a long electric streak.
  • Shock and Awe: His main ability and the basis for his name.
  • Small Role, Big Impact: While not exactly a minor character, Sparky's appearances in Lilo & Stitch: The Series are only occasional. However, his actions during Stitch! The Movie are the reason for why Gantu and Reuben (625) spend the series stranded on Earth in a spaceship too damaged to fly, preventing them from leaving even if they wanted to.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: A simple glass vase can trap him since glass is not conductive to electricity.

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