• Max LIVE: Gettin’ Goofy With It • Mickey and the Magical Map • One Man's Dream II: The Magic Lives On • Mickey presents: "Happy Anniversary Disneyland Paris" • Stitch's Supersonic Celebration • The Golden Mickeys She demands he cleans it but he instead runs off to the beach where he unknowingly picks up the magical tail brush of Muun, who lost his brush as he swung it round saying he had lost his desire to draw. Halloween: Halloween Pop'n LIVE • Re-Villains! However Stitch is hit by both Retro and Shrink, turning him into a giant version of his old self. In the English dub, the next episode previews are removed. "Stitch was Robbed of Memories" (English dub title: The Return of Amnesio).
Deila finishes making a new experiment who is stronger than Stitch named "Dark End". With the help of Kijumnaa Yuna and Stitch set out to find her. DS: Rhythm de Rakugaki Daisakusen, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_Stitch!_episodes&oldid=985868940, Lists of Disney television series episodes, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles containing Japanese-language text, Articles with failed verification from May 2018, Articles with Japanese-language sources (ja), Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "Ichariba Choodee (When We Meet, We Become Family)" (English dub title: Ichariba Chodei), In the pilot episode, after the events of. ~Itazura Alien no Daibouken~ The Best: Lovely Alien, Stitch! "The Small Lie That Expanded Too Much" (English dub title: Pteranodon! The first season began airing in the English language on Disney Channel (Australia) on December 4, 2009, and went to also air in English later on Disney Channel Asia on December 19, 2009. Papa Has Become a Cool Guy!" He eventually goes too far by breaking the wind-chime Yuna made for Obaa, which Yuna then blames on Angel, upsetting Angel so she leaves. Invite "That" to the End of the World" (English dub title: Hämsterviel's Epic Secret).
Soundtracks: Original soundtrack • Lilo & Stitch: Island Favorites • Lilo & Stitch Hawaiian Album The anime is also broadcast in other Scandinavian countries on the Disney Channel, and on Disney Cinemagic in the UK.
• Mickey's New Year's Eve Parade • Move It! aired on TV Asahi on July 6, 2010. With Tigerlily more preoccupied for an upcoming date, Stitch is running himself ragged keeping the kids in check.
Where the Hawaiian culture was featured in the original version, the culture of Okinawa Prefecture and the other Ryukyu Islands is featured.
Its target audience is young children below 10 years and is a Japanese children's program, which is about the same target demographic audience as that of an American cartoon with a low TV-Y rating. A third yet different series from the first two-season anime, entitled Stitch! Jugyō Sankan, Papa mo Arashi Moyattekuru! Yuna's father returns to the island, but he isn't acting himself. In the English dub, the next episode previews are removed. Dance and Play It! Where the Hawaiian culture was featured in the original version, the culture of Okinawa Prefecture and the other Ryukyu Islands is featured. Disney's Lilo & Stitch: Trouble in Paradise, Motto! Released Video game characters: Dr. Habbitrale Stitch and Hiroman swap bodies.
In the original Japanese version, each episode ended with a next episode preview. When Penny kicks a boy from her group out of their entourage he wishes he could ruin Penny's Christmas party and Wishy-Washy accidentally turns her Christmas tree into a monster and with no more wishes Stitch and the others must save Penny. It debuted in Japan in October 2008.
The Dutch version aired on Disney XD Netherlands and Disney Channel Netherlands as well as on the Disney Channel in Belgium. However, unlike the earlier movies and American series, the anime contains some darker and mature content.
Angel then leaves on a cruise ship, waving goodbye to Yuna and Stitch. Two different TV specials were released after the series' original run; Stitch and the Planet of Sand (スティッチと砂の惑星|Sutitchi to Suna no Wakusei) in 2012 and Stitch!
(English dub title: Stitch Power). Hiroman's team is going to be on TV, and everyone's getting excited for the event. Stitch is scolded by Yuna for making a mess.
Yuna's student Taro doesn't like eating healthy food to win the black belt competition and when Reuben comes he makes riceballs with secret food in it so Taro can win.
"Showdown! After Jumba finally gets Stitch back to normal, Stitch and Yuna start to worry after Obaa gives Stitch a note from Angel that reads "Goodbye" After failing to find her, they head home sorrowfully when Kijimuna reveals he found her and is taking care of her. "Stitch Becomes a Mama" (English dub title: Babeechik). Stitch!
It's Christmas time and when Gantu accidentally sends Experiment 267 (Wishy-Wishy) instead of Experiment 297 (Shortstuff) Stitch decides to use its good wishes to raise up his good deed counter. In addition, three characters, Angel, Sparky and Felix, also appear in the anime due to their popularity from the English franchise.