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List of 5-Series experiments

    List of 5-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 folders below this list.

Name Pod
color
Description Appearances
500 Cooler  Believed to be a large, plump blue experiment with an orange nose. An experiment matching this description can be seen in Leroy & Stitch. Leroy & Stitch (supposedly)
501 Yin Blue See folder below "Yin-Yang", "Elastico", "Houdini", "Finder", "Dupe", "Angel", "Slugger", "Shoe", "Checkers", "Remmy", "Ace", Leroy & Stitch, Disney Tsum Tsumnote 
502 Yang Blue See folder below "Yin-Yang", "Elastico", "Houdini", "Finder", "Dupe", "Angel", "Slugger", "Remmy", "Ace", Leroy & Stitch, Lilo & Stitch 2: Hämsterviel Havoc, Disney Tsum Tsumnote 
503 Comet Green This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.  
504 Bling Bling   Experiment unseen  
505 Ploot  A small, blue-green, gastropod-like experiment with a small pouch, black beady eyes, green crab-like claws, and two spinning sweeper brushes for feet. He makes dolphin-like sounds at normal size, and monstrous roaring sounds when he has grown to a massive size. He is designed to flood entire cities with thick black sludge made from ordinary trash and pollution that he collects. His two antennae become like giant smoke stacks, emitting clouds of pollution into the air like smog. Air freshener can dissolve his sludge and make him clean instead of pollute. His one true place is cleaning Lahui Beach. In his episode, he is referred to as 515, which is Deforestator's number and who also appears in that episode. The episode this experiment was featured in was first aired on Earth Day. "Ploot", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
506 Ug   Experiment unseen  
507 Woody Blue A brown beaver-like experiment with insect-like pincers who is able to eat wood at a rapid pace. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats". "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
508 Phil   Experiment unseen  
509 Sprout Blue A plant-like experiment with a green stem, leaf-like body, tentacle-like vines, and a purple head with lizard-like face, little sharp teeth, dark blue pupil-less eyes, and a single antenna. He is designed to sprout into an uncontrollable forest of destruction. Lilo entered Sprout in an orchid competition, but the experiment began to grow out of control. Lilo and Stitch ended up catching Sprout after he had grown enormous, and Stitch planted him in an old water tower that was slated for demolition. However, in the battle between the Leroy army and the experiments at the end of Leroy & Stitch, Sprout did not sprout into an uncontrollable forest of destruction as he did on his episode. He is a parody of Audrey II from The Little Shop of Horrors, and is voiced by Frank Welker. In the Stitch! anime, it's revealed that he can also produce seed pods and launch them into space. One of these pods landed on Izayoi Island and was activated as Sproutling (509-A), who had his father's original programming. The original Sprout did reappear in the anime under Hämsterviel's control. "Sprout", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
510 Drill   Experiment unseen  
511 Wilt   Experiment unseen  
512 Bog   Experiment unseen  
513 Richter Blue or Purple See folder below "Richter", "Holio", "Elastico", "The Asteroid", "Finder", "Dupe", "Angel", "Slugger", "Checkers", "Ploot", "Ace",note  Leroy & Stitch, Lilo & Stitch 2: Hämsterviel Havoc
514 Cone   Experiment unseen  
515 Deforestator White A big purple roughly wombat-like experiment about three feet tall with long blade-like claws on his front paws and blade-like neck. He is designed to cut down entire forests. He first appeared just before Jumba activated 627, when Stitch started bragging about how easily he catches experiments (catching Deforestator in two minutes). He is voiced by Frank Welker. "627", "Shoe", "Checkers", "Ploot", "Remmy", "Ace",note  Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
516 Auntie   Experiment unseen  
517 Parch   Experiment unseen  
518 Flame   Experiment unseen  
519 Splat Green A large green experiment with two cone-shaped antennae and a roller between his front legs who is designed to level entire cities with his deceptively small roller. His one true place is as a road roller. Leroy & Stitch
520 Cannonball Blue See folder below "Cannonball", "Elastico", "Houdini", "Swirly", "Finder", "Dupe", "Angel", "Felix", "Checkers", "Remmy", Leroy & Stitch
521 Wrapper  A yellow-orange experiment designed to wrap things up like a mummy using his roll of paper for a tail. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats". "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
522 Tarantula   Experiment unseen  
523 Slushy Blue See folder below "Elastico", "Slushy", "Angel", "Slugger", "Spike", "Checkers", "Remmy", "Ace"note , "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!, Lilo & Stitch 2: Hämsterviel Havoc, Disney Stitch Jam,note  Disney Stitch Jam 2,note  Disney Tsum Tsumnote 
524 Shoveler   Experiment unseen  
525 Stoneface Blue This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.  
526 Gus   Experiment unseennote   
527 Chip   Experiment unseen  
528 SPF   Experiment unseen  
529 Digger Purple A tan meerkat-like experiment with a long drill-shaped tail, a round body, short arms and legs with sharp claws, a round head with sharp teeth, a dark round nose, dark blue eyes and a row of spikes from his head down to his tail. He is designed to drill holes through planets. His one true place is in the mines. He was activated at the end of Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie, "The Asteroid", "Checkers", Leroy & Stitch
530 Crybaby   Experiment unseen  
531 Hisee  A green mole/chimp-like experiment with six hairs on his head, a very small body and a stubby tail. He appeared in some Disney Adventures comics set before the original film. The events of these comics appear to have been retconned. However, he could still have the same physical appearance. His function is unknown. Disney Adventures
532 Strata  This experiment was mentioned in "Skip" when Gantu said, "The one with that thing that goes bzzz." Its function is unknown.  
533 Blowhard Blue A purple anteater-like experiment with an elephant-like head with a long trunk and a bellows on the back of his head. He is designed to immobilize any object by flying it like a kite. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats". "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!, Disney Stitch Jam 2note 
534 Crabweed   Experiment unseen  
535 Spectrum Blue This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.  
536 Polar   Experiment unseen  
537 Rust   Experiment unseen  
538 Autumn   Experiment unseen  
539 Algae Turquoise This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.  
540 Phoon Blue A small round red elephant-like experiment with a small trunk, two tails, clawed feet, and bright green eyes with long lashes. She is designed to create massive typhoon-like winds. She mutated into a massive stronger form after being zapped by Jumba's ray, but was reverted to her original form after Stitch put her to sleep. Her one true place is creating winds for windsurfers on Lahui Beach. She is voiced by Grey DeLisle. Both her normal and mutated forms appear in Leroy & Stitch, suggesting that she learned to change between the forms. While Phoon is referred to with female pronouns on This Very Wiki and the Disney Fandom Wiki, they are referred to with male pronouns by Lilo at the end of their debut episode. "Phoon", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
541 Swell   Experiment unseen  
542 Hallie   Experiment unseen  
543 Franklin Green This experiment's pod was seen in Stitch! The Movie. Its function is unknown.  
544 Thresher Purple A small rough purple gastropod-like experiment with a slim, upright body, a wide mouth, two eyes on two stocks, six spiky mace-like tentacles and three short legs. He is designed to thrash crops with his tentacles. Thresher was found (in pod form), activated, named, and trained by Gantu. He was sent to Dr. Hämsterviel, but was rescued by Lilo and Stitch in "Snafu". In Leroy & Stitch, he can be seen playing the marimba during the impromptu "Aloha 'Oe" concert. "Dupe", "Remmy", "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Stitch!
545 Pompey   Experiment unseen  
546 Rip   Experiment unseen  
547 Cam   Experiment unseen  
548 Cheesy   Experiment unseen  
549 Supersweet   Experiment unseen  
550 Clammy   Experiment unseen  
551 Dryheat   Experiment unseen  
552 Astro   Experiment unseen  
553 Clipse   Experiment unseen  
554 Sol   Experiment unseen  
555 Liquefactor   Experiment unseen  
556 Berg II   Experiment unseen  
557 Cauldron   Experiment unseen  
558 Sepia   Experiment unseen  
559 Midasminus 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.  
560 Prism   Experiment unseen  
561 He   Experiment unseen  
562 Hardy   Experiment unseen  
563 Silbert   Experiment unseen  
564 Lot's Wife   Experiment unseen  
565 Phosphor   Experiment unseen  
566 Derrick  A grey dinosaur-like experiment with a drill-like tail, wearing a construction helmet. He is designed to drill potholes. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats". "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats", Leroy & Stitch
567 Eva Blue This experiment's pod was seen in "627" where it was caught by Gantu. Its function is unknown.  
568 Slenky   Experiment unseen  
569 Glenn   Experiment unseen  
570 Frosty D.   Experiment unseen  
571 Dusty   Experiment unseen  
572 Dropcall   Experiment unseen  
573 Handoman   Experiment unseen  
574 Lardo 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.  
575 Magnarette   Experiment unseen  
576 Darn   Experiment unseen  
577 Oof   Experiment unseen  
578 Carrie   Experiment unseen  
579 Spinster   Experiment unseen  
580 Friday   Experiment unseen  
581 Roadie   Experiment unseen  
582 Spout   Experiment unseen  
583 Blake  This experiment was mentioned in Disney's Stitch: Experiment 626 video game as a flying experiment. A red fly-like experiment with a bear-like head that looks similar to Faffy from Dave the Barbarian seen in a Disney Adventures comic is believed to be this experiment. A teal experiment with a similar design can be seen in the "Create Your Own Alien Experiment" bonus feature game on the Lilo & Stitch DVD, alongside Poxy (222) and Blandzilla (612), although this design has also been speculated to be Icecrusher (595). Its function is unknown.  
584 Balar   Experiment unseen  
585 Petrifier   Experiment unseen  
586 Tank Blue A round orange armadillo/bulldog-like experiment with thick legs, sharp teeth, and a short tail. He is designed to eat metal; the more metal he consumes, the larger he grows. He is eventually caught by Gantu and sent to Hämsterviel, but rescued in "Snafu". He shrunk between his two episodes in The Series, suggesting that he returns to normal size after a while. He is voiced by Frank Welker. "Tank", "Snafu", Leroy & Stitch, Disney Tsum Tsumnote 
587 Noviz   Experiment unseen  
588 Sa   Experiment unseen  
589 Stoopinslide   Experiment unseen  
590 Baron Meter   Experiment unseen  
591 Squidly   Experiment unseen  
592 Deodorant   Experiment unseen  
593 Heatwaver   Experiment unseen  
594 Ruth   Experiment unseen  
595 Icecrusher   Experiment unseen  
596 El Carbon   Experiment unseen  
597 Zirconia   Experiment unseen  
598 Gluteous   Experiment unseen  
599 Tattoo   Experiment unseen  

Notable 5-Series experiments

    Yin & Yang (Experiments 501 & 502) 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/yin_and_yang_experiment_501_and_502.png
Yin (501) on the left and Yang (502) on the right.
Both voiced by: Frank Welker
Debuted in: "Yin-Yang" (Lilo & Stitch: The Series Season 1, Episode 5)

An experiment duo who were designed for different purposes. Yin is a female teal octopus/squid-like experiment who sprays water at high pressures. Yang is a male orange-red weasel/lizard-like experiment who shoots lava. Their "one true place" are using their abilities together to create a whole new island.


  • Fire/Water Juxtaposition: Well, more like "Lava/Water Juxtaposition" in their case. The majority of their debut episode sets them up that they must never meet or the elemental clash would cause a deadly reaction, but it turns out Opposites Attract and their powers combined can create new landforms. Given that the franchise takes place in Hawaii, this could very well be a reference to the legend of Pele and Na'maka in Hawaiian mythology.
  • Lady Looks Like a Dude: Yin gets referred to as a male by Lilo throughout the experiment's debut, even though Yin is female.
  • Pink Girl, Blue Boy: Inverted; Yin is bluish while Yang is reddish. Justified considering their names.
  • Magma Man: Yang shoots lava through the four volcano-like spouts on his back.
  • Making a Splash: Yin sprays water through her eight hose-like tentacles.
  • Meaningful Name: Named after the famous concept in Taoism, in which water and femininity are represented by yin and fire and masculinity are represented by yang.
  • Meet Cute: Jumba warns that the Earth could be destroyed if Yin and Yang ever meet. They do, and this happens.
  • No Mouth: Yin is often drawn like this, but a few brief scenes in a couple episodes ("Angel" and "Slugger") show that she does indeed have one.
  • Opposites Attract: A (possibly) platonic example. They're fire and water, yet they're pretty much perfect for each other.
  • Platonic Life-Partners: After their debut, they're rarely seen apart.
  • Ship Tease: The Meet Cute mentioned above is a particularly noteworthy case.
  • Sequel Non-Entity: They were among the most recurring experiments in The Series, yet they never appear in an episode of the anime, although Yin is featured in one of the "Kung Fu Dragon Pleakley" segments and can also be seen in one of the theme song animations, while an image of Yang briefly appears on Jumba's computer at one point.

    Richter (Experiment 513) 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/richter_experiment_513.png
Voiced by: Tress MacNeille
Debuted in: "Richter" (Lilo & Stitch: The Series debut episode)

A purple Ankylosaurus-like experiment designed to cause earthquakes with a slap of his tail. His "one true place" is making milkshakes in the Rental Hut on Lahui Beach.


  • Be the Ball: Not only can he curl up into a ball like Stitch can, but he is powerful enough to bust through cave walls while rolling.
  • Companion Cube: He likes to hold an orange ball that Stitch accidentally broke off from the shake machine seen earlier in the episode.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: His main ability is to cause earthquakes.
  • Earthquake Machine: A living example of this trope.
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: He resembles an Ankylosaurus.
  • Foreshadowing: His pod appears in Stitch! The Movie, colored purple instead of blue.
  • Meaningful Name: He is named after Charles Francis Richter, creator of the Richter magnitude scale.
  • Mundane Utility: His "one true place" involves using his shaking ability to mix a treat.
  • Purple Is Powerful: A purple experiment who can create massive earthquakes.
  • Sequel Non-Entity: Despite having been the first experiment to be caught and befriended in The Series proper (and probably the most commonly-recurring outside of Reuben and Stitch himself), he's never been in the anime.
  • Tail Slap: A variant where he attacks by slapping his tail on the ground, though he can also use his tail to attack enemies directly.
  • Wall Crawl: He may be a heavy guy, but he can climb on walls like Stitch can.

    Cannonball (Experiment 520) 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/cannonball_experiment_520.png
Voiced by: Tress MacNeille
Debuted in: "Cannonball" (Lilo & Stitch: The Series Season 1, Episode 7)

A pink experiment with a large posterior who has the ability to create massive tidal waves. His "one true place" is at Lahui Beach generating choice surfing waves.


  • Be the Ball: Like Stitch, he can contort himself into a ball and roll into enemies to attack.
  • 11th-Hour Superpower: He was not shown to have above-mentioned ability until Leroy & Stitch.
  • Giant Wall of Watery Doom: He was designed to cause these, and he makes a few in his episode, including one just for Gantu.
  • Making a Splash: His main ability. He actually has control over his waves, so much that he was able to make a massive wave that sent Gantu (and only Gantu) all the way to San Francisco.note 
  • Ocean Awe: He is naturally attracted to large bodies of water, and will try to dive into them. This played a role along with the above two tropes as to why Lilo and Stitch had to stop him before he reaches the Pacific in his episode.
  • Sequel Non-Entity: He does not show up at all in any episode of the anime despite his several appearances in The Series, although he does appear in a theme song animation.
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    Slushy (Experiment 523) 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/slushy_experiment_523.png
Voiced by: Frank Welker
Debuted in: 'Elastico' (Lilo & Stitch: The Series Season 1, Episode 17)

An icy blue-colored roughly koala-like experiment who has the ability to generate snow and ice. His "one true place" is making Hawaiian shave ice (a frozen dessert similar to a snow cone), with Dupe (Experiment 344) later joining him in making half-calorie shave ice.


  • Adaptational Villainy: He's on Hämsterviel's side in the anime.
  • Elemental Eye Colors: An ice-generating experiment with blue eyes (and body).
  • Healing Factor: He can regenerate himself after being broken into several ice blocks.
  • An Ice Person: His abilities are strong enough to create powerful blizzards, and he can also make weapons out of ice.
  • Mundane Utility: His "one true place" involves using his powers to make a dessert. He also sometimes uses his powers to make snowballs to throw at others.
  • The Rival: To Splodyhead (619), Slushy's opposite in elemental power, where they had an epic fight against one another in Slushy's episode. They resolved their issues with one another in "Spike" during Pleakley's E.A.R.W.A.X. sessions.
  • Series Continuity Error: Even though he had an episode of his own, he appeared a month earlier in "Elastico" where he was shown already rehabilitated.

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