Leroy and Stitch


If I succeed, my future is secured.

What about my future?

How am I supposed to pay the bills?

Why not make sandwiches?

It's all that you're good at.

- Maybe I will!

- Fine.

You're gonna miss my egg salad!

Not enough mayonnaise

and too much dill weed.

What did you call me?

- [generator starts]

- [beep]

- [crackling]

- [beeps]

Aagh! Primitive Earth science.

Jumba... what was your old lab like?

Ah ha ha ha!

Galaxy Defense Industries.

State-of-art genetic accelerator.

Endless uburnium energy supply.

Everything little boy Jumba

ever dreamed of having

in evil genius laboratory! [laughs]


Um, but popcorn power is good too.


[Pleakley] Welcome, students,

to Earthiana 101.

Quiet, class. Quiet!

Plooka, spit out that gum!

Lenlu, stop playing with your antenna.

- Pleakley.

- Aah! Oh, Lilo!

Don't pay any attention to me.

I wasn't pretending to be

a professor of Earth Studies,

just like I dreamed of

since before I could walk on three legs.

Not at all! I was just, uh,

uh... brushing my tongues!


Scrump, have I ever told you the story

of the Lonely Rooster?

Once there was a rooster named Pancake.

He was lonely.

So he went to the beach

to make friends.

He made friends

with a shell named Paula

and an empty can of soda named Jimmy

and a piece of a broken surfboard

named Steve.

They were good friends

and had fun playing together.

But then one day a big wave

splashed over the whole beach

and washed Paula and Jimmy

and Steve away.

[wave crashes]

Pancake was sad

that his friends were gone.

But Pancake was never lonely again,

because he could always remember them.

The end.

Lilo, are you OK?

Scrump and I are getting used to

the way things used to be.

So, you're letting them go.

They'll say they want to stay,

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