Leroy and Stitch


but it's just because

they don't want me to be sad.

They'll be OK without me, right?

Oh, Lilo.

You're showing so much aloha spirit

letting them go.

And the aloha you give

will always come back to you.

It's like a circle.

Aloha means hello,

but it also means goodbye.

It's hard to say goodbye.

I know, baby.

Goodbye, laundry!

Goodbye, dirty dishes!

Goodbye, dust bunnies.

Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye!

Nani says that letting you go

shows aloha spirit,

and that the aloha you give

will always come back to you.

Eh, interesting theory

but scientifically impossible.

I'm estimating 23 percent aloha

- is lost in giving process.

- [beakers break]

You know, aloha is one of those

Earth concepts I never did understand.

Come, Pleakley. Oof!

What is in here, bricks?

Concrete, adobe, terra cotta...

You name the brick, it's in there.

My students are sure

to find them fascinating.

Jumba, you belong back in

your real evil genius laboratory.

But if you're ever missing Kauai,

you can play this.

It's my favorite Elvis record.

Pleakley, you belong

at Galactic Alliance Community College

teaching Earth stuff to aliens.

That's why I'm giving you this rock.

Here it's just a dumb old paperweight,

but out there it'll be a dumb old

paperweight from another planet.

I'll keep it with me always.

And, Stitch, you belong...

I'll miss you too.

But you belong out in space,

catching bad guys

with the Big Red Battleship.

This is a very special necklace.

I kept it hidden in a sock

for three years.

It's Ku Tiki, the god of strength.

Promise to never take it off?

- Promise.

- You're number 626.

- Name:

- [camera clicks]



[alarm blares]

Don't worry, Dr. Hamsterviel,

your escape will soon be complete.

What do you mean "complete"?

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