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This is the list of episodes for Lilo & Stitch: The Series, a Spin-Off of the 42nd Disney animated film Lilo & Stitch that ran for 65 episodes from September 20, 2003 to July 29, 2006 over two seasons. Each episode recap also contains a list of experiments that appeared or were mentioned in each episode (other than the latter title character, who is in every episode to begin with).

The episodes are listed in their airing order based on their initial broadcasts in the United States (as listed on Wikipedia and IMDb). Production order and discrepancies between airings in other countries are noted below where applicable.note 


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    Direct-to-Video Film Pilot (2003) 
  • Stitch! The Movie: While Stitch has difficulty fitting in with the locals on Kaua'i, ex-Captain Gantu kidnaps Jumba for the scientist's former partner Dr. Jacques von Hämsterviel, who wants the experiments he funded the creation of back from Jumba. Lilo and Stitch activate one of them to save Jumba and prevent Stitch's "cousins" from falling into Hämsterviel's clutches.

    Season One (2003–2004) 
  1. "Richter":note  Earthquakes erupt around Kaua'i when a purple Ankylosaurus-like experiment designed to cause them activates. Lilo and Stitch must tame this experiment before the earthquakes split the Earth into two, while Stitch must also learn to take care of an orange ball.
  2. "Phantasmo":note  A green ghostly experiment causes destruction at the Pelekai residence, framing Stitch for it all, and Lilo must prove Stitch's innocence to Nani as a result.
  3. "Clip":note  Lilo and Stitch capture a hair-eating experiment, and Mertle mocks Lilo's supposedly "unruly" hair. Lilo tries to get revenge on her rival by using the newly-captured experiment, but the experiment flees and starts eating hair all around Kokaua Town.
  4. "Mr. Stenchy":note  A cute stinkbomb of an experiment helps Lilo to be accepted by the hula girls, causing Stitch to become jealous of all the attention the experiment gets. When he lets Gantu have the experiment, however, he soon becomes guilty for his actions and goes out to take Mr. Stenchy back.
  5. "Holio":note  Mertle gets a new charm bracelet for her birthday, but Lilo and Stitch find out that one of the charms is the pod of an experiment that can create black holes. Lilo gets into trouble with a local police officer as she tries to take the pod before Mertle gets it wet. Meanwhile, Nani is cleaning up her rental hut for an upcoming inspection.
  6. "Spooky":note  A green blob-like experiment activates on Halloween night and scares Stitch. He and Lilo must face their fears in order to capture the experiment, who leads them to an abandoned house.
  7. "Cannonball":note  An experiment that can create massive tidal waves threatens to flood the Earth should he jump into the Pacific Ocean. As Lilo and Stitch try to prevent him from washing away the planet, she must also make a sand sculpture for a competition on Lahui Beach.
  8. "Yapper":note  Mertle gets a new pet dog she names "Gigi" and enters her in a dog show in Honolulu. Lilo enters Stitch in the same dog show in hopes of winning Mertle's friendship by beating her. During the dog show, Jumba and Pleakley find Gantu looking for an experiment in the Hawaiian capital city.
  9. "Yin-Yang":note  Two experiments, one that shoots water and one that shoots lava, threaten to cause devastation should they meet. Lilo and Stitch argue over who's better at catching experiments and try to catch one of the two experiments first to prove who is the better experiment hunter.
  10. "Kixx":note  A muscular, four-armed experiment begins to beat up people around Kauaʻi just as Stitch loses his fighting ability from eating macadamia nuts and a tennis shoe. Lilo must re-train Stitch so he can defeat the experiment.
  11. 'Splodyhead':note  To be provided
  12. 'Amnesio':note  To be provided
  13. 'Swirly':note  To be provided
  14. "Fibber":note  Lilo and Stitch find a Living Lie Detector experiment. Meanwhile, Pleakley tries to lie his way out of an Arranged Marriage by saying that he is already engaged, but it backfires when his family shows up.
  15. 'Tank':note  To be provided
  16. 'Sprout':note  To be provided
  17. 'Elastico':note  To be provided
  18. 'Yaarp':note  To be provided
  19. '627':note  Stitch develops an ego when he breaks his experiment catching record, so Jumba activates his newest, strongest, and most evil experiment to knock Stitch down a peg. However, the new experiment joins Gantu and captures several experiments for him so easily that he's unbeatable... or so it seems.
  20. 'The Asteroid':note  Lilo and Stitch hear from Cobra Bubbles about an asteroid that is about to hit and devastate Earth, so they go out into space using Jumba's ship to destroy it. They then find an alien living on the rock, forcing the duo to decide which home they need to sacrifice to save the other.
  21. 'Topper':note  To be provided
  22. 'Melty':note  Lilo invokes Time Travel in order to keep herself from humiliating herself in front of Keoni.
  23. 'Houdini':note  To be provided
  24. 'Sinker':note  To be provided
  25. 'Nosy':note  To be provided
  26. 'Finder':note  To be provided
  27. 'Slushy':note  To be provided
  28. 'Dupe':note  To be provided
  29. 'Short Stuff':note  To be provided
  30. "Angel":note  Stitch runs into a beautiful female experiment and falls in love with her, but Lilo is suspicious of this one. It turns out that Angel is actually designed to turn good experiments back to evil by singing a siren song and is working for Gantu and Hämsterviel. However, Stitch's dedication to her wins her heart, causing her to regret working for his enemies.
  31. 'Felix':note  To be provided
  32. 'Poxy':note  To be provided
  33. 'Hunkahunka':note  To be provided
  34. 'Sample':note  To be provided
  35. 'Baby-Fier':note  To be provided
  36. 'Bonnie & Clyde':note  To be provided
  37. 'Slugger':note  To be provided
  38. 'Bad Stitch':note  To be provided
  39. 'Drowsy':note  To be provided

    Season Two (2004–2006) 
  1. 'Spike': To be provided
  2. 'Frenchfry': Nani has been implementing a strict healthy diet for the house, so when she is away, Lilo, Stitch, and Pleakley activate Frenchfry, an experiment meant to serve as Jumba’s personal chef, to cook them delicious unhealthy food. However, when the three begin getting extremely fat, it becomes clear that Frenchfry is fattening them up to eat them.
  3. 'Swapper':note  To be provided
  4. 'Shoe':note  To be provided
  5. 'Slick': To be provided
  6. 'Skip': To be provided
  7. 'Checkers': To be provided
  8. 'PJ':note  To be provided
  9. 'Ploot':note  To be provided
  10. 'Snooty':note  To be provided
  11. 'Retro':note  To be provided
  12. 'Belle':note  To be provided
  13. 'Morpholomew':note  Crossover episode with American Dragon: Jake Long. Summary to be provided
  14. 'Spats':note  Crossover episode with The Proud Family. Summary to be provided
  15. 'Heckler':note  To be provided
  16. 'Wishy-Washy':note  To be provided
  17. 'Phoon':note  To be provided
  18. 'Bugby':note  To be provided
  19. 'Shush':note  To be provided
  20. 'Rufus':note  Crossover episode with Kim Possible. Summary to be provided
  21. 'Lax':note  Crossover episode with Recess. Summary to be provided
  22. 'Remmy':note  To be provided
  23. 'Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats / Ace':note  Two Shorts episode. Summaries to be provided
  24. 'Glitch / Woops': Two Shorts episode. Summaries to be provided
  25. 'Snafu':note  The Series Finale before Leroy & Stitch, but not the last broadcast. Summary to be provided
  26. 'Link':note  Last broadcast episode; broadcasted a month after Leroy & Stitch. Summary to be provided

    TV Film Finale (2006) 
  • Leroy & Stitch: Lilo, Stitch, Jumba, and Pleakley finish their mission of rehabilitating all of Jumba's experiments, but they go their separate ways after the aliens get new jobs from the United Galactic Federation.note  However, Gantu leaves Earth (and his partner 625 behind) and breaks Hämsterviel out of prison, and they force Jumba to create and clone a new experiment named "Leroy" so that Hämsterviel can take over the galaxy. Lilo and 625, now named "Reuben", must rescue Jumba, Stitch, and Pleakley to fight back against Hämsterviel before he and his Leroy army destroy the other 624 "cousins".

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