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And yes, I legitimately do think that Francis and Slim were a couple in the film. Have I Jumba and Pleakley from Lilo and Stitch "You're just. Stitch is a fictional character in Disney's Lilo & Stitch franchise. An illegally-made of Stitch and Jumba's relationship to that of creation and creator, respectively. . Now, with Leroy defeated, Stitch, Jumba and Pleakley return to Earth with Jumba, Stitch as a destructive machine was not given a higher purpose in life. two had a bitter relationship at first, but following the events of the original film, Jumba . While Jumba and Pleakley were away, Stitch and Lilo were kidnapped by . Jumba plays a prominent role in Experiment , where the goal is to help .

Fortunately for him, Lilo and later Reuben and Angel is always there to support him, and he returns her support willingly.

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Jumba gives the following rundown of Stitch's powers: He can see in the dark and can move objects at least 3, times his size. He can even catch them in his hands before throwing it back to the shooter, as shown in the original film, Stitch! As he dodges all other plasma projectiles, Jumba did claim that Stitch being hit by one would stun him long enough to be defeated by a foe.

He did survive the crash of his spaceship with only a scratch, is only briefly stunned by a fall of several thousand feet, and has to be run over by three tractor-trailers in succession to be knocked out. As for fireproof, in the original film he drives a tanker truck full of gasoline into a volcanowhich in the ensuing explosion he is propelled into the air, a move he uses to strike at Gantu's spaceship to thwart his capture of Lilo.

Thinking faster than a supercomputer is harder to quantify, but he does escape from captivity fairly ingeniously, builds a model of San Francisco after only glancing at Earth vs. He is also fluent in playing string instruments like the guitar or the ukuleleand is capable of driving any sort of vehicle, which can be as simple as riding a tricycle—which his strength allows him to speed one up to beyond the normal capabilities of a tricycle propelled by a human—or as complex as piloting intergalactic spaceships.

His ability to lift objects 3, times his own size and weight is seen several times throughout the franchise, including incidents where he picks up a descending blast door, hits Dr. Jumba with a thrown Volkswagen Beetle shouting gleefully, "Blue punch buggy!

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This ability is sometimes joked about in the later series; for example, in Stitch! The Series, where Stitch showed his strength off on a television show by holding up two bulldozers on a platform only to have it come crashing down on him when Gantu lets loose a piece of paper which attaches itself to one of the bulldozers, stating he can hold up to three thousand times his weight, but not an ounce more.

The pads on Stitch's hands and feet can secrete a sticky substance allowing him to adhere to almost any surface and scale buildings and walls. His skeletal system is very flexible, allowing him to become a rolling ball by putting his feet into his mouth and covering his face with his rear and also to allow him to squeeze through tight spaces.

Stitch's legs are small, but powerful enough to enable him to jump several feet into the air and he's shown to be very agile. His eyes can pick up various forms of light and he can filter out one or the other if necessary. Stitch can see in normal vision during this mode, his eyes appear black in colornight vision which is greeninfrared red and X-ray bright green. Furthermore, he also can magnify his vision.

However, his high sensitivity to light also causes flash lights to be very painful to him. In the original film, Stitch earns respect for performing Elvis Presley, but he then attacks his fans after the flashes from their cameras bother him.

He has an acute sense of smell and hearing and is also dexterously skilled in hand-to-hand combat, using all four arms or just two. Stitch can also be noted for his immortality. In "Shortstuff", Stitch is tickled by a ray used to make him bigger. Stitch's greatest weakness is his inability to float or swim due to his dense molecular structurewhich causes him to sink in water.

At the very start we see a bunch of fish, something flashes by the screen blink and you'll miss it, what is it? A random fish with a peanut butter sandwich in its mouth That fish is not random.

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He controls the weather. This exchange is very highly quoted among some groups of people. From the very beginning and please feel free to correct wording: Lilo, why are you all wet? Pudge is a fish? And today we were out of peanut butter. So I asked my sister what to give him and she said a tuna sandwich. I can't give Pudge tuna! If I gave Pudge tuna, I'd be an abomination! I'm late because I had to go to the store, and get some peanut butter, cause all we have is Lilo, Lilo, why is this so important?

Watching Mertle's face during this exchange is hilarious. She's just so jaw-droppingly confused. Then we find out that Lilo's parents died in a rainstorm and it immediately stops being funny. Lilo's first meeting with Bubbles. Did you ever kill anyone? We're getting off the subject. Lilo and the voodoo doll spoons. In case you're wondering, this did not go well. Cue Lilo screaming and running away.

Lilo and Nani's fight afterwards is as hysterically relatable as it is depressing. No, you don't understand?? Stitch's landing on Earth. The nicest angel you have. Right after Stitch crashes on Earth, he's acting all big and tough like the creature of mass destruction he is, pulling out plasma guns at every little thing that bothers him.

This includes him shooting at the sky when he encounters rain for the first time, threatening a frog with three guns at once which the frog doesn't even seem to notice and then pulling a fourth blaster when he sees a truck coming at him. Then the truck tire hits him so hard that all four of his blasters are left where he was as he gets hit many times in a row by each row of tires from all three trucks, while the frog just watches with that same blank expression.

Him getting run over would be horrifying if we didn't already know Stitch is Made of Iron. Also, Stitch squeaks like a rubber dog toy when he gets run over. When Lilo and Nani go to adopt a pet, while Nani talks to the clerk, Lilo goes in back to look at the dogs. She looks around at the empty cages, and the camera pans up to a bunch of frightened dogs clinging to the rafters. One of the dogs is actually a turtle.

The clerk says there's a two-dollar license fee, so Nani hands her the money.

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Lilo promptly says she wants to buy Stitch, and asks Nani if she can borrow two dollars. Nani takes the money back and gives it to Lilo When Pleakley criticizes Jumba for almost shooting Lilo, lectures him on the Mosquito food chain, and gives the viewmaster toy to him that he used earlier to show the Grand Councilwoman Earth.

It becomes clear that Jumba cannot see into it because his eyes are too far apart. Also funny is what Jumba says afterwards: Coming from Jumba, who was an evil alien genius before being incarcerated. And this line that follows after Stitch mocks him by doing a headstand and wiggling his butt at them, saying, "Yoo-hoo!

After Stitch steals a tricycle, Jumba talks about how his programming will draw him to large cities, where he'll cause chaos back-up sewers, reverse street signs, steal everyone's left shoe Stitch cycles around the island trying to find a city, only for Lilo to tell him that there isn't one and he has a fit.

After failing to find a large city, Stitch is forced to spend the day with Lilo and Nani, which is borderline torture for him as he has to pretend to be nice. Lilo trying to get Stitch to play fetch, and squirting him with a water bottle when he refuses, and then he tosses the bottle away. When it's lunchtime, Nani refuses to give Stitch a sandwich, making him ball up his fist, only to be reminded by a nearby Jumba that they are just waiting for him to lose his patience, making him growl and reluctantly give Lilo a hug.

The real kicker is when he sees a spaceship-themed coin ride at a grocery store. He tries to get it to start like a real spaceship, only for Lilo to insert a quarter and climb in, the slow rocking driving Stitch to just flop lifelessly in the ride as Lilo enjoys herself. The cherry on top is Jumba.