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Stitch and Experiments is an American animated television series that has aired from 2017 to today as a part of Disney's One Saturday Morning on ABC. It is a spinoff of the Lilo and Stitch franchise and focuses on Stitch, the other experiments that Jumba has made, Lilo, and the many problems that any of them come across from troubles in high school to experimental problems.

Production

The series is a collaborate effort between many talents. Chris Sanders and Dean DeBlois, creators of Lilo and Stitch. Producers Scott Rudin and Adam Schoreder of Flatliners, Pacific Heights, The Addams Family, Regarding Henry, Sister Act, Life with Mikey, The Firm, Addams Family Values, Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit, Searching for Bobby Fisher, IQ, Nobody's Fool, SabrinaCluelessThe First Wives Club, Ransom, In and Out, Twilight, The Truman Show, A Civil Action, South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut, Sleepy Hollow, Bringing Out the Dead, Angela's Ashes, Wonder Boys, Rules of Engagement, Shaft, ZoolanderOrange County, The Hours, School of Rock, The Stepford Wives, The Villiage, The Manchurian Candidate (2004), I Heart Huckabees, Team America World PoliceLemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate EventsFailure to Launch, Doubt, Revolutionary Road, Fantastic Mr Fox, It's Complicated, Greenberg, The Social Network, True Grit (2010), Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, The Dictator, Moonrise Kingdom, Aloha and Ouran High School Host Club. Animator Richard Raynis of The Simpsons, King of the Hill, Futurama, Extreme Ghostbusters, Men in Black: The Series, Godzilla: The Series and Jackie Chan Adventures. Ford Riley the creator of The Lion Guard, And last but not least, Lilo and Stitch fan Harry Shoemaker, not to mention Disney TV Animation veterans Tony Craig and Roberts Gannaway.  The writers said that the Stitch anime is not canon and this is the series that takes place a couple of years after Leroy and Stitch.  The writers and producers also gave us 628 as a new villian alongside Hamsterviel. Originally the experiments were supposed to talk to each other while they spoke Tantalog to the humans and other characters but ABC and Shoemaker decided that it wouldn't be marketbale enough so they decided to let the experiments speak. Some of Shoemaker's inspirations for story ideas in episodes include Peanuts, Doug, Rugrats, Hey Arnold!, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Boy Meets WorldSeinfeld, Home Improvement, Kenan and KelRocko's Modern LifeRecess, Pepper Ann, The Simpsons, Men in Black: The Series, Hamtaro, Johnny Bravo, South Park, Beavis and Butt-HeadKing of the Hill, The Wild Thornberrys, Martin, Sister Sister, The Big Bang Theory, Community, Friends, Looney TunesSpongebob SquarePants, DariaThe Angry Beavers, CatDog, Extreme Ghostbusters, Batman Beyond, Family GuyFuturama, The Powerpuff Girls, Frasier, Codename: Kids Next Door, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Dexter's Lab, Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, Freakazoid, Teen Titans, Ed Edd'N Eddy, Kim PossibleLloyd in Space, Phineas and Ferb, The Lion Guard, My Little Pony: Friendship is MagicThe Looney Tunes ShowPokemon, Adventure Time, Godzilla: The Series, Steven Universe, Jackie Chan Adventures, Ranma 1/2The Weekenders, Harvey Street Kids, The Loud House and Los Casagrandes among others as well as Shoemaker's own personal childhood, adolescent and adult experiences.  Due to Rudin's track record with musicals he has allowed music by actual artists to appear on the show making it the first Disney animated series in history to have licensed music from other artists. Also due to the many voice actors and actresses from different shows this holds the Guinness World Record for the biggest ensemble cast in an animated cartoon television series.

Cast

  • Leroy-Vincent D'Onofrio
  • Chopsuey-Chris Sanders
  • Dupe and Mertle Edmonds-Lilliana Mumy
  • Sparky, Coaster, Guilttrip, Phillip, Charger, Snipper, Cable Dude and Dorkifier-Billy West
  • Yang and Hocker-Scott Menville
  • Felix, Thrasher, Elastico, Topper, Wrapper, Cloudy, Poki, Snafu and Kernel-Tom Kenny
  • Sample- Jeff Bennet (Seasons 1 and 2) Carlos PanVega (Season 3 and 4) John DiMaggio (Seasons 5 and 6)
  • Fibber, Hammerface, Doubledip, Pop, Gotchu, Stopgo, Kingpin and Hamsterviel-Jeff Bennett
  • Slick-Jeff Bennett (Seasons 1 and 2) Charlie Adler (Season 3 onward)
  • Slushy, Swapper and Shredder-Greg Cipes
  • Plasmoid-Nick Bakay
  • 628 (Marvin)-Eric Bauza
  • Reuben, Houdini, Squeak, Frenchfry, Manners, Forehead, Lax, PJ and Weasel-Rob Paulsen
  • Clyde, Richter, Tank, Nosox, Mashy, Choppers and Hertz Donut-John DiMaggio
  • Cannonball-Justin Shenkarow
  • Zawp-Bill Faggerbakke
  • Ace and Mr Jameson-Joshua Seth
  • Yaarp-Sean Astin
  • Clip, Phoon, Precious, Mary, Mr Stenchy, Mrs Sickly, Checkers, Hamlette, Welco, Twang, Plushy, Witch, Mrs Hasagawa and Tigerlily-Grey Griffin
  • Gigi and Tickle-Tummy-Christina Puccelli
  • Finder, Link and Slimy-Justin Rolland
  • Swirly, Heat, Spike and Cooler-Richard Steven Horvitz
  • Sinker, Slugger, Glitch, Poxy, Fudgy and Spooky-Steven Blum
  • Morpholomew, Mulch and Inkstain-Bob Bergen
  • Amnesio-Yeadley Smith
  • Spats, Jam and Victoria Deja-Jessica DiCicco
  • Lily-Kristin Wiig
  • Sproing, Stamen and Teresa Baxter-Francesca Marie Smith
  • Shush and Mrs Regina Laybourne (Lilo's teacher)-Lara Jill Miller
  • HunkaHunka-Hynden Walch
  • Drowsy-Stephen Stanton
  • Sprout, Backhoe and Clink-Gary Anthony Williams
  • Huggo, Brownout, Carmine, Vialet and Lady Delia-Cree Summer
  • Stank-Breanna Yde
  • Punk-Toby Huss
  • Crete and Uncrete-Mike Judge
  • UHF-Weird Al Yankovich
  • Malt-Dave Willis
  • Cyber-David Warner
  • Wedgie-David Lander
  • Lori-Kathy Najimy
  • Shopahol-Alicia Silverstone (first 2 appearances) Cheryl Chase
  • Megan-Susan Egan (first 3 appearances) Melissa Joan Hart
  • Flashbomb-Keith Ferguson
  • Trickster-Richard Ian Cox
  • Picker-Pat Pinney
  • Ruggles-Pat Fraley
  • Alexander-Khary Payton
  • Lorider-Eddie Deezen
  • Pufferizer-Rodger Bumpass
  • Bling Bling-Nick Cannon
  • Lidds-Michael Bell
  • Clumsy-Bill Farmer
  • Whine-Pamela Hayden
  • Lucky-Charity James
  • Breakup-Cole and Dylan Sprouse
  • Comet-Brian Donovan
  • Tarantula-Briane Siddall
  • Supersweet-Kari Whalgren
  • Chortle-Jon Lovitz
  • Truxx-Drake Bell
  • Bragg-Mayim Bialik
  • Wendy Pleakley-Kevin MacDonald
  • David Kawena-Rino Romano
  • Principal John Eisner-William Daniels (first 2 seasons) Tom Kane
  • Lona-EG Daily
  • Gwen Jackson-Wendy Hoopes
  • Yuna-Janice Kawaye
  • Ai-Danielle Judovits
  • Penny-Anndi McAffee
  • Kenny-Derek Stephen Prince
  • Douglas Raynis-Cam Clarke
  • Danny Raynis-David Kaufman

Additional Voices

  • Scott Menville
  • Jeff Bennett
  • Greg Cipes
  • Johnny Kassir
  • Bill Faggerbakke
  • Joshua Seth
  • Christina Puccelii
  • Richard Steven Horvitz
  • Steven Blum
  • Bob Bergen
  • Jessica DiCicco
  • Francesca Marie Smith
  • Lara Jill Miller
  • Hynden Walch
  • Rino Romano
  • Mona Marshall
  • Jeff Bergman
  • Anndi McAfee
  • Catherine Taber
  • Tony Sampson
  • Samuel Vincent
  • Matt Hill
  • Keith Ferguson
  • Dave Willis
  • Derek Stephen Prince
  • Melissa Fahn 
  • Laraine Newman
  • Michael Bell
  • Charity James
  • Tia Mowry
  • Tamera Mowry
  • Tahj Mowry
  • Tom Kane
  • Sam Gifaldi
  • Justin Shenkarow
  • Grant Palmer
  • Charlie Schlatter
  • Colleen Villard
  • Sarah Natochemy
  • Eric Stuart
  • Kate Higgins
  • Wendee Lee
  • Rachel Crane
  • Ashley Johnson
  • JK Simmons
  • Erik Von Detton
  • Nick Jameson
  • Brianne Siddall
  • Pat Pinney
  • Pat Fraley
  • Rodger Bumpass
  • Keith Diamond
  • Kahry Payton
  • Breanna Yde
  • Carlos Penavega
  • Jill Talley
  • Brian Donovan
  • Doug Erholtz
  • Kristin Wiig
  • Wendy Hoopes
  • Cam Clarke
  • Jenna Von Oy
  • Joey Lawrence
  • Matthew Lawrence
  • Andrew Lawrence
  • Malie Flannagan
  • Kathleen Willhoite
  • Marc Thompson
  • Ming Na Wen
  • Mae Whitman
  • Olivia Hack
  • Michael Reisz
  • Sherry Lynn
  • Pamela Hayden
  • David Kaufman
  • Nick Bakay
  • Ashly Burch
  • Courtenay Taylor
  • Lauren Lapkus
  • Mckenna Grace
  • Andre Robinson
  • Danielle Fishel
  • Ashly Burch

Episodes

  • S1E1 "Home is Where the Ohana Is" (Air date September 23 2017)
  • S1E2 "Growing Up is Hard to Do" (Air date September 30 2017)
  • S1E3 "Cape Stitch" (Air date October 7 2017)
  • S1E4 "School Dazed and Confused" (Air date October 14 2017)
  • S1E5 "Kleptomania" (Air date October 21 2017)
  • S1E6 "Between The Rock and a Hard Place" (Air date November 4 2017)
  • S1E7 "Angel: Pop Star or Girlfriend" (Air date November 11 2017)
  • S1E8 "Mertle Edmonds: Portrait of a Teenage Brat" (Air date November 18 2017)
  • S1E9 "It's Good to be the King" (Air date December 2 2017)
  • S1E10 "Jumba and Pleakley and Stitch and Angel" (Air date December 9 2017)
  • S1E11 "Slushy Heats Up" (Air date December 16 2017)
  • S1E12 "How Bonnie and Clyde Almost Stole Christmas" (Air date December 23 2017)
  • S1E13 "Slumber Party Snafu" (Air date January 6 2018)
  • S1E14 "Chewing the Fat" (Air date January 13 2018)
  • S1E15 "Love is a Many Experimental Thing" (Air date February 10 2018)
  • S1E16 "7 Experiments and a Stenchy" (Air date February 24 2018)
  • S1E17 "Jumba Jookiba: This is Your Life!" (Air date March 10 2018)
  • S1E18 "To Be Seen or Not To Be Seen" (Air date March 24 2018)
  • S1E19 "Reuben Comes Home" (Air date April 14 2018)
  • S1E20 "Remmy Player One" (Air date April 28 2018)
  • S1E21 "The Alien Behind the Mask" (Air date May 5 2018)
  • S1E22 "Nani's Birthday" (Air date May 12 2018)
  • S1E23 "The House at Stitch Corner" (Air date May 19 2018)
  • S1E24 "Big Heroes Stitch" (Air date May 26 2018)
  • S1E25 "628 Part 1" (Air date June 2 2018)
  • S1E26 "628 Part 2" (Air date June 9 2018)
  • S2E1 "Experiments in Black" (Air date September 22 2018)
  • S2E2 "Spats the Rules" (Air date September 29 2018)
  • S2E3 "Mrs Hasagawa We Hardly Knew Ye" (Air date October 6 2018)
  • S2E4 "How to Train Your Dragon (without really even trying)" (Air date October 13 2018)
  • S2E5 "Dirty Dancing with the Stars" (Air date October 20 2018)
  • S2E6 "Witches of Kauai" (Air date October 27 2018)
  • S2E7 "Lilo Gone Bad" (Air date November 3 2018)
  • S2E8 "Gantu's Coming to Dinner" (Air date November 24 2018)
  • S2E9 "Comic Cons and Pros" (Air date December 1 2018)
  • S2E10 "The Nutcracker Warfare" (Air date December 22 2018)
  • S2E11 "Static Sparky Plug" (Air date January 5 2019)
  • S2E12 "Swapping Saturday" (Air date January 12 2019)
  • S2E13 "The Day That Lilo's Parents Died" (Air date January 19 2019)
  • S2E14 "Invasion of the Stitch and Sparky Snatchers" (Air date January 26 2019)
  • S2E15 "Super Bowl Madness" (Air date February 2 2019)
  • S2E16 "Enter the Paintrix" (Air date March 16 2019)
  • S2E17 "Jameson and Pelekai's Cinderella (Air date March 23 2019)
  • S2E18 "Regarding Jumby" (Air date March 30 2019)
  • S2E19 "Angel in the Outfield and Infield and Everywhere Else" (Air date April 13 2019)
  • S2E20 "Bad Hair Today Gone Tomorrow" (Air date April 20 2019)
  • S2E21 "Which wish is with Stitch" (Air date April 27 2019)
  • S2E22 "May the Farce be With You" (Air Date May 4 2019)
  • S2E23 "Experiment 000 Ain't no Hero" (Air date May 11 2019)
  • S2E24 "It's a Disney Disney Disney Disney Disney World Part 1" (Air date May 18 2019)
  • S2E25 "It's a Disney Disney Disney Disney Disney World Part 2" (Air date May 18 2019)
  • S2E26 "It's a Disney Disney Disney Disney Disney World Part 3" (Air date May 18 2019)
  • S3E1 "Mooning Off" (Air date September 7 2019)
  • S3E2 "Experiments are Back in Black" (Air date September 14 2019)
  • S3E3 "Driving Miss Pelekai" (Air date September 21 2019)
  • S3E4 "It's Raining Tunes" (Air date September 28 2019)
  • S3E5 "A Jinxed Rodent" (Air date October 12 2019)
  • S3E6 "Gigi's Living Color" (Air date October 19 2019)
  • S3E7 "The Ohana Zone" (Air date October 26 2019)
  • S3E8 "Poke-Phenomenon" (Air date November 2 2019)
  • S3E9 "The Newest Experiment" (Air date November 9 2019)
  • S3E10 "Pop Goes the Parade Route" (Air date November 23 2019)
  • S3E11 "Pulp Fan Fiction" (Air date December 14 2019)
  • S3E12 "Gantu Claus is Coming to Town" (Air date December 21 2019)
  • S3E13 "New Decade of Stitch" (Air date December 28 2019) 
  • S3E14 "Battle for the Simpsonian" (Air date January 11 2020) 
  • S3E15 "Slushy's Girl" (Air date January 11 2020) 
  • S3E16 "A Valentine for Reuben" (Air date February 8 2020) 
  • S3E17 "What's Rock Opera Doc" (Air date March 7 2020) 
  • S3E18 "Dumb Luck Charm" (Air date March 14 2020) 
  • S3E19 "Yuna and Ai Strike Back" (Air date March 21 2020) 
  • S3E20 "Going for the Gold (Air date March 28 2020) 
  • S3E21 "Devil May Dare" (Air date April 11 2020) 
  • S3E22 "Honey, I Shrunk the Teens" (Air date April 18 2020) 
  • S3E23 "Pools Paradise" (Air date May 16 2020) 
  • S3E24 "Spike Smarts" (Air date May 23 2020) 
  • S3E25 "Total Recess" (Air date May 30 2020) 
  • S3E26 "My Best Sister's Wedding" (Air date June 6 2020) 
  • S4E1 "Mall or Nothing (Air date September 12 2020) 
  • S4E2 "Lilo and Mertle's Hula School Reunion" (Air date September 19 2020) 
  • S4E3 "Saturday Night Live Fever" (Air date September 26 2020) 
  • S4E4 "The Concert" (Air date October 10 2020) 
  • S4E5 "Nani's New Job" (Air date October 17 2020) 
  • S4E6 "Undeath Becomes Her" (Air date October 31 2020) 
  • S4E7 "I am Nani Hear Me Roar" (Air date November 7 2020) 
  • S4E8 "When Harry Met Stitch and the Gang" (Air date November 14 2020) 
  • S4E9 "Disney Renaissance Man" (Air date November 21 2020) 
  • S4E10 "The Ungrateful Outdoors" (Air date December 5 2020) 
  • S4E11 "12 Angry Experiments" (Air date December 12 2020) 
  • S4E12 "A Stitch and Experiments Christmas" (Air date December 19 2020) 
  • S4E13 "Shush Hears a Who a What a Where a When and a Why" (Air date January 9 2021) 
  • S4E14 "Stitchery Science Theatre 2021" (Air date January 23 2021) 
  • S4E15 "Bratty and Brattier" (Air date February 20 2021) 
  • S4E16 "All Lies on Me" (Air date March 6 2021) 
  • S4E17 "March to the Madness" (Air date March 13 2021) 
  • S4E18 "Reuben's Sandwich Shack" (Air date March 20 2021) 
  • S4E19 "She Could Have a Baby" (Air date April 3 2021) 
  • S4E20 "While You Were Sleepwalking" (Air date April 10 2021) 
  • S4E21 "Strange Tales from Yuna" (Air date May 1 2021) 
  • S4E22 "My Enemy the Pet" (Air date May 8 2021) 
  • S4E23 "Stitch and Experiments vs the World" (Air date May 22 2021) 
  • S4E24 "Parent Teacher Conference" (Air date June 5 2021) 
  • S4E25 "My Fair Leroy" (Air date June 12 2021) 
  • S4E26 "Father Figure's Day" (Air date June 19 2021) 
  • S5E1 "New York Heroes" (Air date September 11 2021) 
  • S5E2 "Attack of the Hulaleaders" (Air date September 18 2021) 
  • S5E3 "Have Time Will Travel" (Air date September 25 2021) 
  • S5E4 "The First Borns Club" (Air date October 2 2021) 
  • S5E5 "An Arnold by Any Other Name" (Air date October 9 2021) 
  • S5E6 "Living it Loud" (Air date October 16 2021) 
  • S5E7 "Halloween Screams" (Air date October 30 2021) 
  • S5E8 "10 Things I Love About Saturday" (Air date November 6 2021) 
  • S5E9 "Moneyless Mertle" (Air date November 13 2021) 
  • S5E10 "Thanksgiving Riffing" (Air date November 20 2021) 
  • S5E11 "Chopsuey and Evile Do Kokaua Town" (Air date December 4 2021) 
  • S5E12 "Steven Spielberg, a Retrospective" (Air date December 18 2021) 
  • S5E13 "Home Alone with Clones on Christmas" (Air date December 25 2021) 
  • S5E14 "New Year's Revolutions" (Air date January 1 2022) 
  • S5E15 "Teresa's Lover" (Air date February 12 2022) 
  • S5E16 "Ai's Chinese New Year Party" (Air date February 26 2022) 
  • S5E17 "Anime-niacs" (Air date March 5 2022) 
  • S5E18 "Victoria's Secrets" (Air date March 12 2022) 
  • S5E19 "Chasing Daria" (Air date April 9 2022) 
  • S5E20 "It Came from the 90s" (Air date April 16 2022) 
  • S5E21 "Hawaiian Spice Girls" (Air date April 23 2022) 
  • S5E22 "Mr and Mrs Jameson" (Air date April 30 2022) 
  • S5E23 "Internetal Addiction" (Air date May 7 2022) 
  • S5E24 "The Tooth Hurts" (Air date May 28 2022) 
  • S5E25 "Back to the Day They First Met Part 1" (Air date June 11 2022) 
  • S5E26 "Back to the Day They First Met Part 2" (Air date June 18 2022) 
  • S6E1 "Nani and David's Anniversary" (Air date September 10 2022) 
  • S6E2 "Ohana Trek" (Air date September 17 2022) 
  • S6E3 "A Changed Hamster" (Air date September 24 2022) 
  • S6E4 "Like a Stitch in a Toy Store" (Air date October 8 2022) 
  • S6E5 "The Last Days of South Park" (Air date October 15 2022) 
  • S6E6 "Addamsholics Anonymous" (Air date October 29 2022) 
  • S6E7 "Keeping Up with the Jacksons" (Air date November 5 2022) 
  • S6E8 "Flaming Splodyhead" (Air date November 12 2022) 
  • S6E9 "Anastasia: Disney Ripoff or Cult Classic" (Air date November 19 2022) 
  • S6E10 "The Dark End of Delia" (Air date December 3 2022) 
  • S6E11 "Yin and Yang's Big Date" (Air date December 10 2022) 
  • S6E12 "Cruise Control" (Air date December 17 2022) 
  • S6E13 "It's a Not-So Wonderful Life" (Air date December 24 2022) 
  • S6E14 "The New Year of a Lifetime" (Air date December 31 2022) 
  • S6E15 "The Bride of Hamsterviel" (Air date February 11 2023) 
  • S6E16 "School President's Day" (Air date February 18 2023) 
  • S6E17 "The Big Prom" (Air date March 4 2023) 
  • S6E18 "Not-So Natural Disasters" (Air date March 18 2023) 
  • S6E19 "The Big Prank Off" (Air date April 1 2023) 
  • S6E20 "What Would Grand Councilwoman Do" (Air date April 8 2023) 
  • S6E21 "It's Not Easy Going Green" (Air date April 23 2023) 
  • S6E22 "How Now Cash Cow" (Air date May 13 2023)
  • S6E23 "Honor or Dishonor to Them All" (Air date May 20 2023) 
  • S6E24 "Eisner's Swan Song" (Air date May 27 2023) 
  • S6E25 "Armageddon Ready to Graduate Part 1" (Air date June 10 2023) 
  • S6E26 "Armageddon Ready to Graduate Part 2" (Final episode) (Air date June 10 2023)