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Many of Stitch's "cousins" are featured in this group photo taken at the end of Leroy & Stitch.

This is a list of experiments from the Disney animated Lilo & Stitch franchise, most of them making their first appearance in Lilo & Stitch: The Series. These fictional experiments, also referred to as Stitch's cousins, are genetically engineered creatures created by Dr. Jumba Jookiba in his lab at "Galaxy Defense Industries", with the assistance of Dr. Jacques von Hämsterviel who funded the projects with "shady" business deals. Prior to the events of Lilo & Stitch, every experiment created was dehydrated into a small orb called an "experiment pod" and stored in a special container for transport. In Stitch! The Movie, the container was accidentally opened and the pods rained down on the island of Kauai. The experiments within the pods are reactivated upon contact in water, a point of concern because many of the experiments are dangerous and Kauai hosts one of the wettest spots on Earth.

Upon encountering each experiment, Stitch's human friend and partner Lilo gives the experiment a name just as she gave Stitch his name. The two then attempt to rehabilitate the experiments and find a purpose for them on Earth that suits their specific abilities, referred to as the "one true place" they belong.

Stitch, inspired by Hawaii's terminology, refers to the other experiments as his "cousins" and considers them all a part of his ʻohana, or "extended family". All of Jumba's original 626 experiments have their names and numbers listed alongside the credits in Leroy & Stitch.



Due to different experiments' original purposes, the majority of experiments each have a unique appearance, powers, and weaknesses. Though all experiments have unique capabilities and functions, most of them have some abilities in common due to Jumba reusing DNA from one experiment as a prototype for a different experiment, like the similarities of body shape, appearance, and even for powers like in the case of Jumba reusing some of Twang (021)'s DNA in the creation of Bragg (145), granting the latter musical ability. Most seem capable of scaling walls like a gecko (as Stitch frequently does); many are able to grow and retract an extra pair of arms. Since they are genetic experiments each created with multiple kinds of DNA that Jumba sampled throughout the galaxy, they all age quite differently than creatures on Earth as seen with Lilo and the rest of humanity when time is lapsed 20 years in "Skip".

It is also shown that some experiments' powers (such as Mr. Stenchy (254)'s cuteness, and Checkers (029)'s hypnotic effect) do not affect other experiments, possibly so that these powers do not prevent other experiments from carrying out their primary functions. If affected by other experiments' powers, it might be temporary as Stitch managed to recover from Drowsy (360)'s sleep-inducing program without being exposed to water. Though Angel (624) primarily reverts other experiments (before her time) to evil, Amnesio (303) and Retro (210) can do so as well.

It is also shown that when an experiment is dehydrated, they will deactivate and turn into a small orb called an experiment pod. If an experiment pod gets wet, the experiment will be reactivated and released. According to Jumba, a home food dehydrator is the only known method of deactivating an experiment a second time.


Upon each experiment's creation, it is important that their molecules be charged. If an experiment's molecules are not fully charged, about a year after their creation, they will suffer glitches, during which they will experience seizures and temporarily revert to their original programming. If the molecular charging process is not completed, these glitches will eventually burn out the experiment's circuits and kill them.

Experiment series

The first digit of the experiment numbers reflects what series of experiments they belong to. The official series of experiments, as stated by Jess Winfield, one of the executive producers, are as follows:

  • 0-Series: Jumba's test batch, including many household helpers.
  • 1-Series: Civic disturbances.
  • 2-Series: Technological and scientific.
  • 3-Series: Psychological.
  • 4-Series: Top Secret and mysterious series of militaristic and mostly failed experiments.
  • 5-Series: Elemental and environmental manipulators.
  • 6-Series: Battlefield and doomsday experiments with galactic implications.

For the most part, the colors of the experiment pods correspond to the series numbers; however, some of the pods are colored incorrectly.

List of experiments

0-Series: Jumba's test batch, including many household helpers

Num Pod Color Nickname Short Description Episode
000 Cyber A purple version of Stitch with the same abilities, but he is turning into a black, cyborg experiment, part machine part alien. His alien form resembles a cross between some sort of lizard, and koala (and robot) with bat-like face. He has two cyborg arms, three spider-like legs, and half-helmet (right half of his face is metal) with big black cyclopic-like right eye from some unknown incident. His cyborg arms serve many purposes such as cybernatic wiry rope, laser guns, forked harpoon, and welding tool, and his cyborg eye has zoom functions and improves his aim. He is an evil experiment that is a cyborg version of Stitch. He then attempts to put an early ending to their emerging rivalry by proceeding in kidnapping Angel. He is voiced by Paul St. Peter. Stitch!
001 Red Shrink A small purple experiment with a lilac lower jaw and chest, three wobbly legs, two stubby little arms and two floppy antennae with two rings on each antenna. Designed to zap a green ray from his antennae to change the size of objects. He also has the ability to levitate. His picture appears on a newspaper clipping on the wall of Jumba's lab in Leroy & Stitch, along with several other pictures of Jumba and Dr. Hämsterviel's early accomplishments. His name appears under said picture, suggesting that he was named well before the events of the original film. Leroy & Stitch
002 Doubledip A purple opossum-like experiment with two light purple stripes on the back of his ears, beady eyes and an orange nose (In Leroy & Stitch, his nose is dark purple). Designed to double-dip food. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats". He somehow changed in size in Leroy & Stitch. 220, Leroy & Stitch
003 Howcome N/A Leroy & Stitch
004 Squawk N/A Leroy & Stitch
005 Truxx N/A Leroy & Stitch
006 Percy N/A Leroy & Stitch
007 Gigi (also known as "Yapper") She is a white Shih Tzu-like experiment with a purple bow. Designed to annoy people with her constant barking. She behaves like a typical "good dog": does tricks, licks her owner's face, fetches the morning paper, etc. Because of her appearance and behavior, 007 was adopted by Mertle and wasn't recognized as an experiment until Jumba saw her. Her episode is named "Yapper" after the nickname Lilo gave her, but she is officially "Gigi" on the experiment name list in Leroy & Stitch. Her one true place is with Mertle as her pet. In Leroy & Stitch, it is revealed that she can speak English very well. At the end of the movie, Mertle joins Lilo and Stitch's ʻohana because Gigi wants to be in it with the rest of Jumba's experiments. She is voiced by Tress MacNeille. 108, 118, 209, Leroy & Stitch
008 Carmine N/A Leroy & Stitch
009 Pop A small orange and caramel-colored monkey-like experiment with two pink orbs on the top of his head with three stubby multi-colored antennae. Pop has a tan face and stomach and a small red nose, as well as yellow markings on his rear and back. Pop's tail is a pump which he uses to blow up pink balloons which reform on his tail after they pop. He is designed to use his tail to blow up a balloon to the size of the room he is in, then popping the balloon, discombobulating those involved near the explosion of the balloon and causing frizzy hair. Stitch!
010 Felix/Oscar A green anteater/elephant-like experiment with a small body, mouth, arms and legs, a thin tail with a brushy fuzz at the end, a vacuum-like trunk that can fire lasers, dark eyes, short ears, and three dark-tipped spines. Designed to sterilize, disinfect, and clean everything in sight. However, his programming began to cause him to take extreme and dangerous measures to keep everything clean: he threw anything away, assuming it was trash, and tried to "sterilize" anyone, assuming they were germs. 010 was then upgraded by Jumba to make him less of a neat-freak; however, the upgrade malfunctioned, and instead, 010 was turned into a dirt-maker (renamed Oscar), so Lilo gave him to Gantu, who sent 010 to Hämsterviel, who sent him back to Gantu when Woops almost blew his cover. Felix was later rescued in "Snafu". The only word that 010 can say is "dirty"; as Felix he says it disgustedly, while when upgraded to "Oscar" he exclaims it happily as he makes a mess. Both of 010's nicknames are a reference to the main characters of The Odd Couple. He is voiced by Tress MacNeille. 131, 224, 226, Leroy & Stitch
011 Inkstain N/A Leroy & Stitch
012 Antitherm N/A Leroy & Stitch
013 Furry N/A Leroy & Stitch
014 Kernel A tan gourd-shaped experiment with a large opening at the top of his head. Designed to pop popcorn. His one true place is in a movie theater. Was mentioned in "Angel" when Jumba falsely said, "624 is harmless early experiment. Designed to...pop popcorn for Jumba's movie night." Leroy & Stitch
015 Ruggles N/A Leroy & Stitch
016 Malt N/A Leroy & Stitch
017 Lidds N/A Leroy & Stitch
018 Puck N/A Leroy & Stitch
019 White Clumsy Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Pod says 19 instead of 019. Leroy & Stitch
020 Slick A fast-talking, pink experiment with a resemblance to Jumba and Cannonball (520), but with a smaller face and two ebony-black eyes who wears a straw boater hat and bowtie, carries a cane, and acts as a salesperson who never turns down a customer. Designed to be able to sell anything to anyone. Lilo used him to get ahead in the chocolate bar selling contest/fundraiser, but Mertle took him. When Lilo took him back, Mertle took him back again. Lilo tried to take him back once more, but found out Mertle sold him to Reuben. Slick was rescued, but Lilo had to give up the contest by giving her last chocolate bar to Gantu as a swap for Slick. His one true place is at a fundraiser, following which he began working for charity, not profit. Slick was one of the experiments Lilo turned to for the capture of Ploot, but besides selling her an umbrella that she later used against Ploot, he didn't/couldn't help. He is voiced by Jeff Glen Bennett. 205, 217, Leroy & Stitch
021 Green Twang Designed to annoy people by playing folk music of Jumba's home planet. In the Japanese anime, it is mentioned that some of Twang's DNA was used by Jumba when he created Experiment 145, giving Bragg the ability to play the folksy flute.

Note: Bragg (Experiment 145) was called 021 in the Japanese episode, but still called Bragg. This lead to some media thinking Twang appeared in Stitch!, when Experiment 021 technically hasn't made any appearances, though Bragg was created using some of Twang's DNA. The English dub corrected Bragg's number to 145 and Yuna gave him the name Flute. Twang still has not appeared in any media.

022 Red Hertz Donut A dark-green, seahorse-like experiment with lips shaped like a doughnut. Designed to project donuts which can restrain and immobilize movement. First he asks, “Ever had a Hertz Donut?” Then he fires energy which solidifies into a donut around the target, and says, “Hurts, don’t it?” Stitch!
023 Cyclo N/A Leroy & Stitch
024 Hamlette An experiment designed to turn objects into ham. It was activated when Mrs. Hasagawa's cats were activated, as indicated by Gantu's experiment computer, but did not physically appear in the episode. It was referred to in Remmy when Pleakley said, "Is that the one that turns everything into ham?" 215, 220
025 White Topper A small yellow star-shaped creature with a little antenna on his head. Designed to be a beacon to signal the alien attack fleet, but the official Disney website states his purpose is to keep people awake with his bright light. Topper is given to a little girl as a Christmas present, then placed atop the local Christmas tree and emits a light so bright that aliens from other galaxies can see him from Earth. His number is likely a reference to Christmas Day (December 25). He is voiced by Tress MacNeille. 114, 132, Leroy & Stitch
026 Pawn N/A Leroy & Stitch
027 Plushy N/A Leroy & Stitch
028 White Lori N/A Leroy & Stitch
029 Checkers A yellow and purple centipede-like experiment that sits curled up like a crown on people's heads. Designed to make his wearer a king or queen by hypnotizing those around them, with the exception of higher experiments. The victims retain their normal personality while under its control, and the effect immediately wears off once Checkers is removed. Lilo first donned him, but her good intentions got many people arrested by Mertle for being "troublemakers" when they accidentally disobeyed Lilo's rules. When Lilo decided to step down, Gantu took Checkers and was in power until Stitch gathered several experiments to help overthrow him. His one true place is as a decorative crown for festivals. He is voiced by Billy West. 207, Leroy & Stitch
030 Vialet N/A Leroy & Stitch
031 Gotchu An orange lobster-like experiment. Designed to run around and pinches things with his four pincers. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220, Leroy & Stitch
032 Fibber A small orange experiment with small body, arms and legs, a large head with dark orange mark on the forehead, little antennae, a little mouth, a round nose, black eyes and four ears. Designed to detect lies. When a lie is told, he beeps loudly and the pattern on his forehead lights up. The bigger the lie, the louder he beeps, and the brighter the pattern lights up. Fibber was captured by Gantu, but rescued by Lilo and Stitch in "Snafu." He was also part of Pleakley's E.A.R.W.A.X. group in "Spike." Which was a blooper in the episode since he was captured by Gantu at the time. He is voiced by Jeff Glen Bennett. 113, 201, 224, 226, Leroy & Stitch
033 Hammerface A blue dinosaur-like experiment with short forearms and a thick tail and legs. Designed to drive in nails around Jumba's house with his hammer-shaped head/face, but at times he will pound living things. He was used by Gantu to defeat Stitch in "Dupe" and rescued by Lilo's rescue team in "Snafu." 033 was called "Hammerhead" by Pleakley in "The Asteroid". In "Stitch! The Movie", his number is 124. 109, 126, 213, 215, 224, 226, Leroy & Stitch
034 Splort N/A Leroy & Stitch
035 Philip N/A Leroy & Stitch
036 Poki A small yellow and brown opossum-like experiment with a spiked tail. Designed to poke holes in liquid containers. He was seen in "Shoe," where he helped turn Jumba's ship into a hotel by putting up an umbrella over an outdoor table and holding a palette for Lilo to paint an arrow sign titled "Jumba & Pleakley's Bed & Not Breakfast." 203, 215, Leroy & Stitch
037 Snipper N/A Leroy & Stitch
038 Plats N/A Leroy & Stitch
039 Atlas N/A Leroy & Stitch
040 Backhoe A gray mole-like experiment with large black claws. Designed to scrape up vegetation, and is also an efficient digger. He was first seen in "Shoe," where he dug the pool for "Jumba & Pleakley's Bed & Not Breakfast," and was part of the "rebellion" in "Checkers." 203, 207, 215, Leroy & Stitch
041 Kitsch N/A Leroy & Stitch
042 Itch N/A Leroy & Stitch
043 Cubesteak N/A Leroy & Stitch
044 Green Forehead A pink, four-headed mustached experiment with four arms and four red bowties on his necks that speaks English. Designed to sing barbershop music off-key, agonizing anyone who hears it. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220, Leroy & Stitch
045 Melvin N/A Leroy & Stitch
046 Wedgie N/A Leroy & Stitch
047 Green Lorider A blue platypus-like experiment with an accordion body. Designed to pull down people's pants, therefore causing public humiliation. Stitch!
048 Purple Echo N/A Leroy & Stitch
049 White Picker This experiment was seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Its pod says 49 instead of 049, possibly due to the angle. Stitch! The Movie
050 Dunk N/A Leroy & Stitch
051 Green Hocker A green experiment with a huge blue nose and a yellow spot around his eyes and a yellow stripe on his ears and tail (in his episode the spots and stripes were originally red). Designed to spit acidic saliva that can burn through wood in about three seconds. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220, Leroy & Stitch
052 White Coco A chocolate-colored pink-haired lizard/Stitch-like experiment. Designed to turn things into chocolate (from a Disney Adventures magazine). He was given to Lilo by Stitch for her birthday. Disney Adventures Magazine
053 Whine N/A Leroy & Stitch
054 Blue or Red Fudgy An experiment made of chocolate that looks like a blob. Designed to drown people in his sticky sweetness. When he was activated, he was called 119, and he was mistaken for experiment 611. The mistake with his number was due to Jumba's untidy database, although Jumba later corrected this mistake. Was rescued in "Snafu." 119, 226
055 Snarfhonk N/A Leroy & Stitch
056 Nibbiolo N/A Leroy & Stitch
057 Tenderizer N/A Leroy & Stitch
058 Shortsheet N/A Leroy & Stitch
059 Tornette N/A Leroy & Stitch
060 Plink N/A Leroy & Stitch
061 Anachronator N/A Leroy & Stitch
062 White Frenchfry A small gray and white mustached experiment with four arms with three fingers on each hand, black eyes, a round nose, a little mouth, short ears, a chef's hat, and a spatula for a tail. Designed to use his lightning speed, which allows him to instantly prepare food or whip up a mini-tornado in battle. He is also the only experiment in the series that speaks French. Designed to be Jumba's personal chef, but instead made unhealthy food that quickly made people fat and overweight, then ate the fattened victims. However, he stopped when he learned that healthy food could be just as delicious. His one true place is running a healthy French fry hut. He is voiced by Rob Paulsen. 202, Leroy & Stitch
063 Pufferizer N/A Leroy & Stitch
064 Nappifier N/A Leroy & Stitch
065 Britfood N/A Leroy & Stitch
066 Glam N/A Leroy & Stitch
067 Shady N/A Leroy & Stitch
068 Tom N/A Leroy & Stitch
069 H. T. N/A Leroy & Stitch
070 White Flopjack Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Pod says 70 instead of 070. Stitch! The Movie
071 Yellow Penny Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Pod says 71 instead of 071. Leroy & Stitch
072 Stickystuck N/A Leroy & Stitch
073 Cornerpiece N/A Leroy & Stitch
074 Welco A pink balloon dog-like experiment with dark blue humanoid eyes, big lips and a heart-shaped tail. Welco can blow indestructible bubbles that last only temporarily. Her bubbles can somewhat stick together, and therefore can be formed into a cloud. Her body contains a form of helium or another light air, and this causes her to float. This experiment was seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Pod says 74 instead of 074. Stitch!
075 WooWoo N/A Leroy & Stitch
076 Bath Matt N/A Leroy & Stitch
077 Zawp A fat purple Nosy (199)-like experiment with black nails, a dark blue stripe around his torso between his chest and stomach, a dark blue circle on the top of his head, dark blue-striped ears, a larger belly and a slightly smaller, gold nose. Designed to irritate people with his constant snoring. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220, Leroy & Stitch
078 White Snozzle Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Pod says 78 instead of 078. Leroy & Stitch
079 Fogger N/A Leroy & Stitch
080 Dan N/A Leroy & Stitch
081 Backscratcher N/A Leroy & Stitch
082 White Plunge Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Pod says 82 instead of 082. Stitch! The Movie
083 Grimple N/A Leroy & Stitch
084 Subwoof N/A Leroy & Stitch
085 Screwup N/A Leroy & Stitch
086 Clink A big, green, mouthless, crab-like experiment with four legs, two large claws and a window on its chest. Able to capture and confine any other experiment inside the holding tank in his stomach by splitting in half, surrounding whatever he wants to catch, and joining together again. When Clink splits in two, he works with himself, yet he seems to have a separate mind for each half. 20 years in an alternate future, Lilo, Stitch, and Skip encountered Clink in the possession of Hämsterviel, who ruled Earth and the rest of the universe. 206
087 Puddles N/A Leroy & Stitch
088 Decrisper N/A Leroy & Stitch
089 Skip A pudgy, purple hourglass-shaped experiment with small ears, a big round nose, and a stubby tail. Designed to skip time by 10 minutes, because Jumba was too impatient to wait for his microwave to reheat his leftovers. However, there was an error in his program, so he skips time by ten years instead of ten minutes. Fortunately, he has a reset button on top of his head (seen as a light green patch); when activated, Skip turns upside-down and reverses the time back to normal. Lilo used him to jump ahead 10 years and become a teenager, then 20 years later to become a full-fledged adult. However, since Lilo and Stitch were gone for 20 years, no one was there to catch experiments except Gantu. So 20 years later, Hämsterviel ruled Earth. 206, Leroy & Stitch
090 Fetchit This experiment was activated when Mrs. Hasagawa's cats were. 220
091 Nutsy N/A Leroy & Stitch
092 Gutman N/A Leroy & Stitch
093 Unkind N/A Leroy & Stitch
094 White Louis B. Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Pod says 94 instead of 094. Stitch! The Movie
095 Coaster N/A Leroy & Stitch
096 Cable Dude N/A Leroy & Stitch
097 Dogalarm N/A Leroy & Stitch
098 Cooper N/A Leroy & Stitch
099 Spot A spotlight experiment that was supposed to be in "Spike" but was removed, and was supposed to appear later. Originally 201 (but was removed)

1-Series: Civic disturbances

Num Pod Color Nickname Short Description Episode
100 Trickster N/A Leroy & Stitch
101 Trike N/A Leroy & Stitch
102 Stopgo A yellow experiment with a long, narrow neck like a traffic pole, and a traffic light-shaped head with a green and red light (most likely his eyes, oriented vertically) on each side of his head. Designed to cause traffic jams. He was seen in pod form in "Drowsy" and seen activated in Leroy & Stitch. When he first appeared, he was called 239 due to Jumba's untidy database, but this mistake was corrected. His one true place is as a traffic light. 137, Leroy & Stitch
103 Stamen A tan-gray, upside-down ice cream-shaped, mouse-like experiment with an oval body, little arms and legs, big ears, a big mouth, no tail, black eyes, a round blue nose and rabbit-like ears. Designed to prevent pollination of flowers by attracting alien "bees" to himself. He was first seen being rescued in "Snafu." 226, Leroy & Stitch
104 Lapse N/A Leroy & Stitch
105 Fold N/A Leroy & Stitch
106 Spindle N/A Leroy & Stitch
107 Yellow or Purple Mutilate Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. In one scene his pod was yellow, but in another it was purple. Stitch! The Movie
108 Nudge N/A Leroy & Stitch
109 Sounder N/A Leroy & Stitch
110 Red Squeak A small red mouse-like experiment, vaguely resembling animator Friz Freleng's character Little Blabbermouse from the Warner Brothers Merrie Melodies series. Designed to annoy entire planets with his never-ending talking. He first appeared in "Spike, when Jumba was testing his "Evilliminator", a new idea for turning experiments from bad to good, on him and it did not work. He later appeared in Leroy & Stitch when he recalled to Mertle about a nightmare he once had, but was immediately stopped when Leroy fired a blaster close to him. He is voiced by Rob Paulsen. 201, Leroy & Stitch
111 Blue Mulch A red experiment that resembles a push-mower. Designed to tear up the ground beneath his feet. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220, Leroy & Stitch
112 Green Toons A yellow platypus-like experiment with an orange mane and a rectangular vacuum-like mouth.  Designed to scan 2-dimensional objects in pictures and make them real. Once a book, picture, or drawing is inserted into his mouth, 112 either morphs into or projects the image into 3-dimensional life. Spinning 112’s collar counterclockwise reverts its creations back to their original state. Stitch!
113 Purple Shoe A green and white sloth-like experiment with a wiry body and a round face with black eyes, a small dark purple round nose, a wide mouth and two long, curved horns. Able to control luck. When his horns are up, they cause good luck. When down, they cause bad luck. He can be switched from bad luck to good luck by flipping his horseshoe. His one true place is at a miniature golf course, where he makes people score holes-in-one. 203, Leroy & Stitch
114 Skyooz N/A Leroy & Stitch
115 Sellby N/A Leroy & Stitch
116 Switch N/A Leroy & Stitch
117 Tock N/A Leroy & Stitch
118 Fink N/A Leroy & Stitch
119 Inverto Experiment 054 (Fudgy), an experiment who drowns people in his sticky, chocolaty sweetness was mistakenly labeled 119 and misunderstood as Experiment 611 because his pod was inverted. An ironic coincidence given Experiment 119's code name. 119, Leroy & Stitch
120 Purple Snafu A small, dark green-teal cephalopod-like experiment with a roughly reptilian face with wide mouth, small white eyes with black pupils, a small round body, little arms and legs with small hands and feet, little tail, black markings on his back, and six tentacles on his large dome head; three on each end of his head. Designed to foil enemy plans by any possible means. He will ruin any plans to catch him. The only way to catch him is by accident. Named for the acronym SNAFU. 226
121 Sappy N/A Leroy & Stitch
122 Blue Dorkifier A pink calf-like experiment with two horns. Designed to cause people to look ridiculous in order to humiliate them and compromise their self-respect. Though 122 is not actually evil, he is the only one who can reverse the process. When his horns are pointed upwards, his ray causes humiliating appearances. Turning his horns downwards reverses the process. Stitch!
123 Red Carmen A pink, blue-eyed, antennaless, Angel (624)-like experiment, wearing a headdress of fruits and holding a maraca in each of her four hands. Designed to make people dance until they drop, after her namesake Carmen Miranda. Leroy & Stitch
124 Rhymer Hammerface was mistakenly labeled 124 in Stitch! The Movie due to Jumba's untidy database. Leroy & Stitch
125 Gibberish N/A Leroy & Stitch
126 Stank N/A Leroy & Stitch
127 Dembums N/A Leroy & Stitch
128 Purple Bugby A small green mosquito-like experiment with four eyes. Designed to turn whole civilizations into harmless little insects. Anyone turned into an insect can understand all other insects and arachnids. The only way to reverse the effect is with a machine built by Jumba. 128 was later reprogrammed to only turn inanimate objects into insects. His one true place is helping farmers by turning rocks into swarms of aphid-eating ladybugs. 223
129 Crutch N/A Leroy & Stitch
130 Bonez N/A Leroy & Stitch
131 Poik N/A Leroy & Stitch
132 Spoony N/A Leroy & Stitch
133 White PJ An orange and tan koala-like experiment with a white face, a wide mouth, red nose, black eyes, yellow-tipped antennae that mix with thin rabbit-like ears, and a functioning blow-horn for a tail (reminiscent of Harpo Marx's trademark horn) which he squeaks instead of speaking. He wears joke eyeglasses with a fake nose and mustache resembling those of Groucho Marx. Designed to play practical jokes on people, hence his name P(ractical) J(oker). His one true place is as an opening act for Moses's Hula gig. In the group photo taken at the end of Leroy & Stitch and the Lilo and Stitch experiment gallery, PJ is seen without his glasses. 209
134 Shredder A green experiment with sharp steel teeth, large ears and a blue nose. Designed to shred important documents. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220
135 Remote N/A Leroy & Stitch
136 Yellow Gloomy Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
137 Flip N/A Leroy & Stitch
138 Dropsy N/A Leroy & Stitch
139 I Know You Are But What Am I N/A Leroy & Stitch
140 Changeling N/A Leroy & Stitch
141 Burr N/A Leroy & Stitch
142 Blondie N/A Leroy & Stitch
143 Clog Mentioned in "Skip" when Reuben said, "That one whose hair is always clogging the sink." Designed to clog up drains with his hair, as Reuben implied. 206
144 Samolean N/A Leroy & Stitch
145 Green Bragg Originally an ugly, green ogre-like experiment designed to annoy people by telling tale tales. Jumba re-purposed some of Experiment 021's DNA when creating him, granting him musical ability. In Stitch!, Hämsterviel alters his appearance, turning him yellow and more rabbit/cat-like with blue fluff in his ears. Hämsterviel also transmuted Bragg to gain power from sympathy as he tells sad stories and acts generally cute. Bragg is very manipulative and sly. Bragg was designed to be an excellent liar, has super intelligence, extraordinary athletic ability, advanced language programming and musical talent, specifically that of the flute and harmonica, helping him gain the approval of others. He uses popularity and sympathy as steroids, getting stronger as he receives more and more attention. This allows him to grow multiple arms and gain physical muscle mass.

Note: Bragg was mistakenly called 021 in the Japanese episode and other media, but still referred to by name as Bragg in the Japanese episode. Translating the Kanji in the episode (試作品021号ブラッグ) reads: "Prototype 021 Bragg". In the English dub he is given the name Flute by Yuna and referred to by his correct number. The Japanese language episode specifies that Jumba re-purposed some of 021's DNA when he created 145, which may have added onto the confusion.

146 Blue Flashbomb Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
147 Newton N/A Leroy & Stitch
148 Weasel A brown weasel-like experiment. Designed to climb up planetary leader's pant legs during public appearances. Leroy & Stitch
149 Purple Bonnie

A light-green koala-like experiment smaller than Stitch with a yellow stomach, a slim body, small antennae, big dark blue eyes, a big head, a wide mouth with two fangs sticking out, a round nose, rabbit-like ears, two dark green marks on the back of her head, dark green, arrow-like patches on arms and legs, and a yellow V-shaped stripe on her forehead, found with 150. Named after bank robber Bonnie Parker. Designed to steal things without the victim's knowledge, as well as her special weapons are pistol and plasma gun. 149 and 150 are captured and end up in prison as convicts, but they are paroled as part of the rescue party in "Snafu." She is voiced by Tress MacNeille.

'Note: She is called 349 in her debut episode and in her Stitch! episode, but she is officially 149 according to the experiments list in the closing credits of Leroy & Stitch.

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150 Purple Clyde

A light brown bear-like experiment with a bulky, roundly built body, a round face with a wide mouth, a small black nose, little pointed ears, little stubby antennae, black eyes, and a lantern chin, with a sort of Swiss army knife-like gun for a right hand on a cybernetic arm from the elbow down, found with 149. Named after bank robber Clyde Barrow. Designed to steal things without the victim's knowledge. 149 and 150 are captured and end up in prison as convicts, but they are paroled as part of the rescue party in "Snafu. Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. He is voiced by Rocky McMurray.

Note: He is called 350 in his debut episode and in his Stitch! episode, but he is officially 150 according to the experiments list in the closing credits of Leroy & Stitch.

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151 White Babyfier A small pink koala/fairy-like experiment with a big head with a baby-like face, tiny purple insect-like wings, stubby legs, short stubby ears, plump cheeks, blue nose, a yellow pacifier in his mouth, and a long dark-pink-striped baby-rattle-shaped tail. Designed to disable planets by turning adults into babies with a pink powder shaken from his rattle-like tail. The antidote is a mix of two teaspoons of applesauce, one cup of milk, three bananas, and 100% Kona coffee. His one true place is at the animal shelter making older dogs young again, thus making them more appealing to potential adopters. 136
152 Mama Frita N/A Leroy & Stitch
153 XYZ Mentioned by Pleakley in the English dub of the Stitch! episode "A Recurring Nightmare" to be "the pants zipper opener". Leroy & Stitch
154 Frapp N/A Leroy & Stitch
155 Burger N/A Leroy & Stitch
156 Shopahol N/A Leroy & Stitch
157 Red Hotl Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
158 Finder

A red aardvark/shrew-like experiment with little arms and legs, no tail, a long snout, black eyes, and large rabbit-like ears. Designed to find anything and honk when he finds it, even spinning his ears like helicopter blades if necessary in order to find what he has been asked to locate. His one true place is operating a "Lost and Found" service on the beach. He was in the rescue party for "Snafu."

Note: Finder is called 458 in his episode but on Disney website, and in Skip's episode, he is called 158.

159 Nacho N/A Leroy & Stitch
160 Rabbit N/A Leroy & Stitch
161 Grumbelly N/A Leroy & Stitch
162 Tub N/A Leroy & Stitch
163 Dumbell N/A Leroy & Stitch
164 Lesdyxia This experiment's name is a hidden joke: Dyslexia read by a dyslexic person. Leroy & Stitch
165 Sandy N/A Leroy & Stitch
166 Peppah N/A Leroy & Stitch
167 Frizzy N/A Leroy & Stitch
168 Redped N/A Leroy & Stitch
169 Rolo N/A Leroy & Stitch
170 Daze N/A Leroy & Stitch
171 Rich N/A Leroy & Stitch
172 Yellow Ditch This experiment was seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
173 Mitch N/A Leroy & Stitch
174 Nopost N/A Leroy & Stitch
175 Kite N/A Leroy & Stitch
176 Yellow Allsox This experiment was seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
177 White Clip A small yellow hairball-like experiment with a pink bow, dark blue eyes, and long scissor-like claws. Designed to eat Uburnium (an efficient, cheap, and abundant fuel used in outer space) in order to create a fuel crisis. However, in Jumba's native language, the word "Uburnium" closely resembles the word for "hair", so she eats hair instead of Uburnium (in fact, Jumba had more before her creation). As 177 eats more hair, she grows larger and larger, to where she can only be tamed by shampoo and hair conditioning products. Her one true place is cutting hair at the beauty salon. 112, Leroy & Stitch
178 Barkleigh N/A Leroy & Stitch
179 Yellow Bumper Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Leroy & Stitch, Stitch! The Movie
180 Boggle N/A Leroy & Stitch
181 Roberts N/A Leroy & Stitch
182 Ollie N/A Leroy & Stitch
183 Detour N/A Leroy & Stitch
184 NPH N/A Leroy & Stitch
185 Splutter N/A Leroy & Stitch
186 Laakso N/A Leroy & Stitch
187 Cal N/A Leroy & Stitch
188 Forward N/A Leroy & Stitch
189 Hotcold N/A Leroy & Stitch
190 Florrie N/A Leroy & Stitch
191 Roxy N/A Leroy & Stitch
192 Breakup N/A Leroy & Stitch
193 Will N/A Leroy & Stitch
194 Trax N/A Leroy & Stitch
195 Whoooa! N/A Leroy & Stitch
196 Escalater N/A Leroy & Stitch
197 Pretzel N/A Leroy & Stitch
198 Carat N/A Leroy & Stitch
199 Red Nosy A red pig-like experiment with a pink stomach from the chin down, a roundly built body with thick legs, huge arms with three small fingers on each hand, a wide mouth, a very big nose, little black eyes, little rabbit-like ears, black markings on his back and black stripes on the front of his legs. Designed to snoop out enemy secrets but ends up finding out mostly useless gossip. Also, Jumba programmed 199 to be an expert escape artist. He was later caught by Gantu, who thought that 199 would tell him all of Lilo and Stitch's files. Instead, he only talked about useless information and revealed secrets about Gantu to 625. Woops (600) "accidentally" broke Nosy's capsule on Gantu's ship, freeing him. He is voiced by Bobcat Goldthwait. 128, 224

2-Series: Technological and scientific

Num Pod Color Nickname Short Description Episode
200 Adam N/A Leroy & Stitch
201 White Geigenstein This experiment was one of the pods in Mrs. Hasagawa's dish that was not activated. 220
202 Red Jam A purple bat/lizard-like experiment with four arms, a lion-like tail, large wings on his shoulders and a Stitch-like face. Designed to jam radars with his high-pitched screech. Activated at the end of Stitch! The Movie, although his pod was mislabeled as 455. Stitch! The Movie
203 Green Snipe Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
204 Blue Nosox A gray experiment shaped like a four-legged washing machine designed to make socks disappear. 204 was among the 12 new pods Lilo and Stitch brought home. Nosox was one of the experiments rescued in "Snafu", because Gantu caught him around "Amnesio". 137, 226
205 Cheney Seen in pod form. 206
206 Maggie N/A Leroy & Stitch
207 Barcode N/A Leroy & Stitch
208 Hoax N/A Leroy & Stitch
209 Smoot N/A Leroy & Stitch
210 Blue Retro A small orange dinosaur-like experiment with a purple nose, tiny gold-tipped ears, gold markings on his back and spots around his eyes and a thick, short tail and legs. Designed to turn enemy weapons and technology into their most primitive state by wrapping his tongue around the object, rendering the object useless as he lets go. This process also works on people and other items, and it can be reversed by spanking 210's bottom three times while his tongue is wrapped around the de-evolved person or thing. His one true place is making a prehistoric zoo. 214, 224, Leroy & Stitch
211 Jangle N/A Leroy & Stitch
212 2-Late N/A Leroy & Stitch
213 UHF N/A Leroy & Stitch
214 Pix A blue camera-like experiment with arms with three legs similar to a tripod. Designed to take only bad pictures of people. He takes the pictures with his "nose" and develops the pictures like a Polaroid camera with the pictures coming out of his mouth. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220
215 Crammer N/A Leroy & Stitch
216 Key N/A Leroy & Stitch
217 Rat N/A Leroy & Stitch
218 Target N/A Leroy & Stitch
219 Missy N/A Leroy & Stitch
220 Millie A giant green millipede-like experiment with a koala-like face, a wide mouth, a big blue nose, black eyes, Nosy-like ears and ten short tentacle limbs. Designed to plug the holes in air filters crucial to all H-drives with its multiple legs. Leroy & Stitch
221 Green Sparky A small light yellow koala/sloth/gecko/Chinese dragon-like creature with skinny arms, legs, and body, a slightly twisted yet pointed tail, a large head with a wide mouth, a round nose, dark blue eyes and long antennae that can create crippling electric surges. His body can turn into an electrical current, so he can also fly or travel through outlets, power lines, and machines. He was the first experiment that Lilo and Stitch met and rehabilitated, first appearing in Stitch! The Movie. His one true place is powering the old lighthouse that had been abandoned for requiring too much electricity, though he offers Stitch aid. He is voiced by Frank Welker in the series. Sparky also appears as a boss in the PSP game Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, fighting Terra within Gantu's ship. 226, Stitch! The Movie, Leroy & Stitch
222 Green Poxy A tiny pale green-grey single-celled experiment with pink-purple spots and four white grey-tipped antennae. Designed to transmit disease to popular planetary leaders and disable them. The symptoms are purple pimples, smelly feet, a swollen eye, and uncontrollable burping. When he turns to good, he could cure health problems. Ends up with (actually in) Gantu until he was rescued in "Snafu" and later uses his powers to cure people according to a game in the DVD for Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch. He is voiced by Frank Welker. 101, 226
223 Green Glitch A bright green experiment with a round torso, pudgy arms and legs, a large round head with little mouth, round nose, dark green eyes, a small arrow-shaped mark above his face (In his episode, his marking was originally V-shaped) and two thin antennae that resembles a cross between Morpholomew (316) and Poxy (222). Designed to use technopathy to turn technology against its user by entering machines and making them malfunction, operating like a computer virus. Lilo tricked him into being downloaded into her video game. He was released as of Leroy & Stitch to help fight the Leroy clones. His one true place is Lilo's video game, rendering the games harder. 224
224 Tweak Designed to reset important valves and dials to “maximum chaos.” Leroy & Stitch
225 Mashy A light blue dinosaur-like experiment, with a huge mouth, with tiny horns above each nostril, 2 large ears, and a large body. Designed to crush orbs of nearly indestructible Uburnium to useless pulp. Clip (177) was originally made to eat, but due to an error on Jumba's part, 177 ended up eating hair. Leroy & Stitch
226 Combo N/A Leroy & Stitch
227 Butter A large tan mammoth-like creature with two tiny little antennae, a big round green nose instead of trunk, green markings on his back, legs at the middle of his torso with external toes, a big hump near his face, and tusks as large as the entire front of his body. Able to batter through even the thickest doors. Leroy & Stitch
228 Green Melty A small red dragon-like experiment with small bat-like wings, a reptilian head with thin pointed ears, black eyes and a thin body. Designed to melt enemy fortresses, weapons, and transportation, among other things, with the bright blue blasts from his mouth. His one true place is burning metal at the recycling plant. He is voiced by Tress MacNeille. 134
229 Green Kingpin An unlucky experiment that looks like a yellow bowling pin with rabbit ears. Designed as a target for military war games. Leroy & Stitch
230 Checkup N/A Leroy & Stitch
231 Blue Sprok Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
232 Green Poser Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie.
233 Pitch Leroy & Stitch
234 Green Shush A reddish-pink weasel/mouse-like experiment with black eyes, large ears, and a speaker at the end of his long and fluffy raccoon-like ringed tail. Designed to eavesdrop on private enemy conversations. To stop him from eavesdropping, someone has to pat him on the head so he curls up his speaker-like tail and folds his large ears downward. His one true place is with Cobra Bubbles as a CIA operative. 222
235 White Docker This experiment was one of the pods in Mrs. Hasagawa's dish that was not activated. 220
236 Green Charger Seen in pod form in the game "Stitch Speed Chase" on the Disney website. Leroy & Stitch
237 Blip N/A Leroy & Stitch
238 Green Bworp Seen in pod form in Stitch Speed Chase on the Disney Site. Leroy & Stitch
239 Clickster This experiment is mentioned in "Drowsy" when Pleakley said, "experiment 239 designed to cause traffic jams" However he does not cause traffic jams, he was mistaken for Stopgo, experiment 102. Its actual function is unknown. Leroy & Stitch
240 Sap N/A Leroy & Stitch
241 Press-5 N/A Leroy & Stitch
242 Brownout N/A Leroy & Stitch
243 Pane N/A Leroy & Stitch
244 Bore N/A Leroy & Stitch
245 Sournote N/A Leroy & Stitch
246 Creamer N/A Leroy & Stitch
247 Qwerty N/A Leroy & Stitch
248 Belle A small blue experiment with a pitchfork-shaped head with an upside-down arrow-shaped mark on her forehead, a small body, thin arms and a small lion-like tail and that looks like a cross between Holio and Heat. Designed to scare people with a loud high-pitched shriek. Her one true place is Nani's alarm clock. She is voiced by Grey DeLisle. 216
249 Sproing A dark blue and white roughly koala-like experiment with a spring-like body, a wide mouth, round nose, dark eyes, two little ears and little antennae. Designed to launch boulders. Her one true place is helping people reach high places. Leroy & Stitch
250 Lacrosse N/A Leroy & Stitch
251 Green Link A small yellow vaguely rabbit-like experiment with red eyes and long antennae that shoot a sticky substance that will only dissolve in mud. Designed to bind together incompatible individuals, usually by the hand or wrist. His one true place is helping arguing couples bungee jump. 212
252 Crete N/A Leroy & Stitch
253 Uncrete N/A Leroy & Stitch
254 Green Mr. Stenchy An irresistibly cute pink experiment with a big head with big blue eyes, puffy antennae and a small hair and a small body. Designed to be so irresistibly cute that he can infiltrate any target area. Other experiments are immune to his charms. Once at his target location, he is a ticking stink bomb. Forty-two hours after his activation, he begins to emit an odor so noxious it will make a 40-square mile area uninhabitable for decades. Luckily, he eventually stops emitting the vile fumes. If 254’s sour emissions intermix with 255’s nauseatingly sweet emissions, the chemical reaction will cause a cataclysmic explosion destroying the planetary body they inhabit. 

Somehow he ended up back on Earth in Leroy & Stitch, stench-free, suggesting he can either control the smell or it wears off after a while. He is voiced by Frank Welker.

255 Mrs. Sickly A light blue experiment with a strong resemblance to Mr. Stenchy (254), with golden eyes, puffier antennae and smaller hair. Designed to make people sick with her nauseatingly sweet fumes. If 255’s emissions intermix with 254’s sour emissions, the chemical reaction will cause a cataclysmic explosion capable of destroying the planetary body they inhabit. Stitch!
256 Addy N/A Leroy & Stitch
257 Rattat N/A Leroy & Stitch
258 White or Blue Sample A bright orange koala/cat-like experiment with a wide mouth, a big round nose which functions as a microphone, black pupil-less eyes, and big round ears resembling speakers. Designed to annoy enemies by looping random sounds with his mouth or his ears and can also climb walls. His one true place is providing backbeats for an originally rhythm-less musical group. Was in the rescue mission for "Snafu." 138, 226
259 Rash N/A Leroy & Stitch
260 GPS N/A Leroy & Stitch
261 B. V. Beaverton N/A Leroy & Stitch
262 Green Ace A bright red, roughly koala/dragon/superhero-like experiment with a muscular body, yellow chest and stomach, a manly face, white gloves-style front paws, a wide mouth, a blue nose, dark eyes, pointed ears and small antennae as well as four arms, super strength, warm ice-melting breath, and dazzling teeth. 262 has one fatal error: he has no evil function; a failed experiment that is pure good, and to top it off, he is the only experiment programmed not to cause trouble. When Jumba had his membership revoked from E.G.O. (Evil Genius Organization), Lilo and Stitch tried to trick the head of E.G.O. into thinking that Jumba was still evil. The plan worked until the head of E.G.O. saw a screen of Ace rescuing a cat from a house on fire. His one true place is balancing out Jumba's evil and acting as a local do-gooder. His experiment number – 262 – is the inverse of 626 – Stitch's number; Ace is a purely heroic experiment, and Stitch had been designed to be purely destructive, thus the opposite of 262. He is voiced by Jeff Bennett. 220
263 SFS N/A Leroy & Stitch
264 Poach N/A Leroy & Stitch
265 Wip N/A Leroy & Stitch
266 10x N/A Leroy & Stitch
267 Green Wishy-Washy A lavender-bluish teddy bear-like experiment with fairy-like wings that enable him to fly. He also has a "wand" on his head that lights up every time a wish is granted, and is also good for throwing an unsuspecting opponent, like Stitch. Designed to be a wish giver that grants any wish he hears, but the wishes are granted literally and may not turn out quite as expected. In addition to rejecting wishes for more wishes, he also has a wish limit, indicated by a small meter on his stomach which starts out completely red. As wishes are granted, the meter slowly goes down. When white, all the wishes are gone, and 267 is deemed useless. 221
268 Celsenheit N/A Leroy & Stitch
269 Gyrotta N/A Leroy & Stitch
270 Gillmore N/A Leroy & Stitch
271 Noso N/A Leroy & Stitch
272 Wormhole A purple and cyan caterpillar-like experiment with black eyes, two dark purple-tipped antennae, four dark purple-tipped legs and blue mouth inside. Designed to generate portals to parallel universes. However, 272 has no control over which universe the portal leads to. Not naturally evil in nature, 272 has a skittish and sensitive temperament, but also stubborn and loyal to his creator. 272 has advanced language programing to assist him as he traverses alternate realities. Jumba implanted a tracking device into 272 so that he would be able to locate the experiment in whatever universe his creation travels to. Once a transdimensional portal is created, it only lasts for a short period of time. Luckily, 272 has the ability to locate any portal he creates. 

At the end of Leroy & Stitch, 272 is called Mamf and Wormhole is listed as 275 which is Tickle Tummy's number in Stitch!.

273 Boxboom N/A Leroy & Stitch
274 Alexander An experiment designed to make lots of long distance telephone calls. He makes calls on your phone to run up the cost on your phone bill.[1] One of the 12 new pods found by Lilo & Stitch. His name is obviously taken from Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone. 137
275 Tickle-Tummy A round, pink experiment with rabbit-like ears, no legs, a clownish face, two hands with long fingers and a large patterned torso, which she uses to jump really high. Designed to be able to tickle anyone into submission. She has long fingers that she uses to immobilize people in a state of continuous laughter. This includes Reuben who denied being ticklish. She was caught by Gantu and rescued in "Snafu".

Tickle-Tummy was originally left off the master list at the end of Leroy & Stitch. She's number 275 in the Stitch! anime.

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276 Green Remmy A blue experiment with a huge head that resembles a Pac-Man ghost. Designed to enter a sleeping person's head and turn dreams into nightmares. If the person wakes up while he is still inside, 276 will remain there permanently to turn all future dreams into nightmares. Also, 276 was designed to attack at peak of the subconscious enjoyment. His one true place is making virtual reality games. His name is in reference to the REM stage of sleep, in which dreams occur. He is voiced by Rob Paulsen. 215, Leroy & Stitch
277 Red or White Snooty A light purple bat-like experiment with a furless, triangle-like body, little legs, two fingers and a thumb on each of his wings, hardly any neck, fanged wide mouth, two little nostrils, pointed ears and black eyes. Designed to find and enrich "Snootonium," a rare element that becomes extremely dangerous once enriched. Snootonium has a similar chemical makeup as that of mucus on Earth. To help clear her sinuses, Lilo's friend Victoria decides to keep Snooty as a pet, as his one true place. 213 and 220
278 Pasthole N/A Leroy & Stitch
279 Yellow Futurehole Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
280 Benedict Arnold N/A Leroy & Stitch
281 Ray N/A Leroy & Stitch
282 Click N/A Leroy & Stitch
283 Quarklifter N/A Leroy & Stitch
284 Pixel N/A Leroy & Stitch
285 Green Lax A purple parrot-like experiment with a small antenna, a beak and tail feathers. Designed to fire a green ray from his antenna that will cause anything it hits to stop working, and can also climb walls. A person hit with 285's ray will relax, and even a machine hit with the ray will shut down. The ray can be blocked or bounced off reflective surfaces. However, the ray wears off in time. His one true place is at the airport, making grouchy business people enjoy their vacation. Leroy & Stitch
286 Red Gellasifier Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
287 Burl N/A Leroy & Stitch
288 Boomer A small white and brown experiment with a curved head and lightweight body. Designed to be a living boomerang. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220, Leroy & Stitch
289 Red Stringulator Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
290 U-port N/A Leroy & Stitch
291 Catalyst N/A Leroy & Stitch
292 Whatsamattafoyou N/A Leroy & Stitch
293 Vacuum N/A Leroy & Stitch
294 Poppapoppup N/A Leroy & Stitch
295 Spineless N/A Leroy & Stitch
296 Green Crash Seen in pod form in Stitch Speed Chase on the Disney Site. Leroy & Stitch
297 Green Shortstuff A red-orange crab-like experiment with four claws, four legs, dark blue eyes and two antennae on his head, able to swivel at the waist more than 360°. Designed to destroy machinery by going inside and cutting the mechanism and electrical wiring. His size was greatly increased by accident, thanks to Jumba's growth ray. His one true place is as an amusement park ride. He is voiced by Nancy Cartwright. 133
298 Cat N/A Leroy & Stitch
299 Dimensionator N/A Leroy & Stitch

3-Series: Psychological

Num Pod Color Nickname Short Description Episode
300 Green or Red Spooky A green blob-like experiment with olive green eyes, a wide mouth and three round, short, stubby spikes on his back, greatly resembling the other Disney (and Halloween based) character Oogie Boogie. Designed to scare people by morphing/shapeshifting into their worst horrifying fears. Appears during Halloween. His one true place is as a greeter for trick-or-treaters during Halloween, and at an old house believed to be haunted during the rest of the year. 103
301 Progno N/A Leroy & Stitch
302 Noidster N/A Leroy & Stitch
303 Yellow Amnesio A small blue beetle-like creature with a round body, two thick arms, two thick legs, a purple mark on his stomach, two large wings on his back, a round face with large black eyes, a little mouth, and two antennae. Designed to erase people's memory by zapping a red laser vision in their eyes. The password "ʻohana" must be spoken to reverse its effects. (How Jumba knew this word, which is Hawaiian, and why he chose that particular word before he came to Earth are unknown.) 303 was given to Dr. Hämsterviel, who promptly lost his memory. He was rescued in "Snafu." He is voiced by Tress MacNeille. 118, 226
304 Drag N/A Leroy & Stitch
305 Purple Spunky Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
306 Roadrage N/A Leroy & Stitch
307 Anna Stesia N/A Leroy & Stitch
308 Jenny N/A Leroy & Stitch
309 Smiler N/A Leroy & Stitch
310 Fritzabrain N/A Leroy & Stitch
311 Yellow Yellowstone N/A Stitch! The Movie
312 Ben N/A Leroy & Stitch
313 Red Thinktank Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Leroy & Stitch
314 Jones N/A Leroy & Stitch
315 Chum N/A Leroy & Stitch
316 Yellow Morpholomew

A small red blob-like experiment with two arms, two legs, a thin mouth and dark eyes. Designed to morph organisms into any other organism, after seeing the target organism or a photo of the target organism at least once before. However, someone who has been morphed keeps the same voice and needs 316 to change back. He is known to love chicken legs (called by Jumba "over-sized Earth-fowl legs"). Morpholomew's one true place is at a costume store, temporarily transforming people into the person or character of their choice. Jake Long (when in his dragon form) was mistaken for this experiment by Gantu. One of Jake Long's friends, Spud, gave Morpholomew his name when it was agreed that Lilo's name for this experiment ("Changer") was not interesting enough.

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317 Hyuckster N/A Leroy & Stitch
318 Chortle N/A Leroy & Stitch
319 Yellow or White Spike A large dark blue porcupine-like experiment, with large white-tipped spines on his tail, back, front legs and head, a red nose, large black eyes, and black claws. He can throw the spines on his long tail like darts. Designed to make 99% of the population silly and useless by pricking them with his spines, leaving only 1% of the population clever (which Jumba used to explain why he never got hurt by one of the quills of Spike). When Lilo discovers Mertle cheating in a contest by getting the answers from Teresa, she uses 319 on Teresa to have her give Mertle completely silly answers. Despite his initially grouchy demeanor, Spike is actually very affectionate, and his one true place is hugging — and thus taming — truant experiments at Pleakley's E.A.R.W.A.X. group, after he is given protective armor to cover his silliness-inducing spines. 201
320 Cloudy A grey cloud-like experiment. Designed to depress others with constant rain. His one true place is raining on Mrs. Hasagawa's fruit, thus keeping them fresh longer. Leroy & Stitch
321 Lightfoot Designed to be a diversionary experiment that distracts the enemy with his entertaining tap dance. Leroy & Stitch
322 Heckler An orange experiment that resembles 625 and 627, with short pointed ears, small beady eyes, large fangs, a shirt and bowtie imprint on his body. Designed to verbally insult people by appearance and personality. His insults can be defused by accepting that they are true. His one true place is sitting over a dunk tank where he provokes people to try and dunk him. He is voiced by Will Sasso. 218
323 Hunkahunka A pink/purple hummingbird-like experiment. Designed to peck people, making them artificially fall in love with the first person they see. The effect is reversed by being sprayed with water. Named after a lyric in the Elvis song "Burning Love", Lilo refers to him as a "Hunkahunka bird of love". 323 was given to Dr. Hämsterviel, who fell in love with Gantu after being pecked. Despite this, Hämsterviel still insulted Gantu like he would on a regular basis. Was rescued in "Snafu". 121, 226
324 Ruinit N/A Leroy & Stitch
325 Rack N/A Leroy & Stitch
326 Pannix N/A Leroy & Stitch
327 Molar N/A Leroy & Stitch
328 Bugle N/A Leroy & Stitch
329 Ava N/A Leroy & Stitch
330 Serum N/A Leroy & Stitch
331 Shagdog N/A Leroy & Stitch
332 Cackle N/A Leroy & Stitch
333 Hairy N/A Leroy & Stitch
334 Miranda N/A Leroy & Stitch
335 Popquiz N/A Leroy & Stitch
336 Blooz N/A Leroy & Stitch
337 Guilttrip N/A Leroy & Stitch
338 Crow N/A Leroy & Stitch
339 Crowsfoot N/A Leroy & Stitch
340 Nodesserto (Whatsisname) Designed to cause mass depression by stealing puddings, cakes, pies, and other sweets.[1] His name is often forgotten, and so he is called "Whatsisname". 118,226, and Leroy & Stitch
341 Wafty N/A Leroy & Stitch
342 Greensleeves N/A Leroy & Stitch
343 Chaching N/A Leroy & Stitch
344 Dupe A small gold monkey/lemur-like experiment with relatively flat ears, a brown-striped tail and brown-striped prehensile appendage protruding from his head. Able to generate clones with the appendage on his head; however, the traits of the cloned object become divided amongst the original and the clones; in other words, each duplicate is not as powerful as the original. He has a reverse function that can send duplicates back into the original. His one true place is making low-fat, low-calorie ice cream cones at Luki's Shave Ice with Experiment 523 (Slushy). 126
345 Elastico A green, furless, earless, clownish, roughly monkey-like creature with no tail, a large red round clown nose, white face and stomach, wide mouth, black eyes, neck frill, three huge tendrils on his head that resemble a jester's cap, and a purple spot on his stomach. Designed to distract enemies by performing tricks with his elastic body. He was found already activated and in his one true place: the circus. 132
346 Stuckup N/A Leroy & Stitch
347 Slobber A green lizard-like experiment that appeared in Disney Adventures Magazine. Its function is unknown. Disney Adventure Magazine
348 Snappish N/A Leroy & Stitch
349 Blue Lotuseater Bonnie was called this in his episode but it was proclaimed on the Disney website that Bonnie was 149. Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
350 Yellow Addly Clyde was called this in his episode but it was proclaimed on the Disney website that Clyde was 150. 125 and Leroy & Stitch
351 Whoover N/A Leroy & Stitch
352 Yvonne N/A Leroy & Stitch
353 Blackoutro N/A Leroy & Stitch
354 Red Jesstifer This experiment is named after Jess Winfield's user name at TVTome/ Leroy & Stitch
355 Swapper A two-headed, four-armed green lizard-like experiment. Able to switch people's minds. Only this same experiment can undo the switch. In his episode, he switches Lilo with Stitch, Jumba with Pleakley, Hamsterviel with Gantu, and eventually switches all four protagonists' minds back into their original bodies. 204
356 Rippington N/A Leroy & Stitch
357 Downes N/A Leroy & Stitch
358 Manners A black penguin or orca-like experiment that acts like a doorman or butler. Designed to make people too polite to fight back against bullies, by sprinkling a special dust from his finger onto them. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." One of the few experiments that can speak English. 220
359 Phoebe N/A Leroy & Stitch
360 Yellow Drowsy A gray sheep-like experiment with striped ears and that can walk on its hind legs. Designed to put people to sleep by bleating, although the effect is near permanent. The surest way to reverse 360's effect is with a splash of water. Lilo put Stitch to sleep with 360 in order to release PJ (133), but Stitch managed to wake up on his own. He's one true place is putting insomniacs to sleep. 137
361 Aron N/A Leroy & Stitch
362 Putdown N/A Leroy & Stitch
363 Crankster N/A Leroy & Stitch
364 'Sgo N/A Leroy & Stitch
365 Queasy N/A Leroy & Stitch
366 Xanad N/A Leroy & Stitch
367 Ob N/A Leroy & Stitch
368 Luddi N/A Leroy & Stitch
369 Thomas N/A Leroy & Stitch
370 Blueblood N/A Leroy & Stitch
371 Simpatico N/A Leroy & Stitch
372 Eve N/A Leroy & Stitch
373 Worrywart N/A Leroy & Stitch
374 Demotifier N/A Leroy & Stitch
375 Yellow Phantasmo A green phantom-like experiment with short arms, a large conehead with two stripes, a squeaky voice, a koala-like face, long rabbit-like ears, and dark pupil-less eyes. Able to possess inanimate objects and bring them to life. Being a ghostlike experiment , he can also travel through weapons and materials typically used to capture experiments, such as nets and bottles which can keep experiments under containment. His one true place is at the Macky Macaw's restaurant, possessing the robotic body of Macky Macaw. He is voiced by Nancy Cartwright. 110
376 Cassandra N/A Leroy & Stitch
377 Annie N/A Leroy & Stitch
378 Lonelyhearts N/A Leroy & Stitch
379 Purple Grudge N/A Leroy & Stitch
380 Judy N/A Leroy & Stitch
381 Neg N/A Leroy & Stitch
382 1-Imp N/A Leroy & Stitch
383 Yellow Swirly A small turquoise koala-like experiment with a large head, an expressionless face with a little mouth, little nose, big black eyes (with white swirling patterns when using powers), rabbit-like ears, a single small antenna on the middle of his head, and a large lizard-like tail. Able to hypnotize anyone into obeying the next command that person hears. The effect can be undone by snapping one's fingers. His one true place is hypnotizing people at children's parties, causing the hypnotized person to act silly to provide harmless entertainment. 129
384 Woesmy N/A Leroy & Stitch
385 Hoobie N/A Leroy & Stitch
386 Hitch N/A Leroy & Stitch
387 Substein N/A Leroy & Stitch
388 Megan N/A Leroy & Stitch
389 Facepainter N/A Leroy & Stitch
390 Red Slimy A large green slug-like experiment with three spines on his back. Designed to leave a slippery snail-like trail to trip up enemies. He first appeared at the end of Stitch! The Movie. 390 was captured by Gantu in "627" and rescued later in "Snafu." Stitch! The Movie, 123, 226
391 Green Barry N/A Leroy & Stitch
392 Margaret N/A Leroy & Stitch
393 Missandra N/A Leroy & Stitch
394 Joe N/A Leroy & Stitch
395 Polly N/A Leroy & Stitch
396 Connie N/A Leroy & Stitch
397 Yellow Spats A small yellow squirrel/cat-like creature with orange markings on his back, small pointed antennae, a catlike face, pointed fangs, a green tongue, orange spots on his forehead and two prongs on the end of his long bushy tail, seen when it is unfurled. Designed to make individuals fight with each other by zapping them with a beam fired from the ends of his tail. The cure for this is to stop and count to ten. 397's one true place is in Wizard Kelly's professional wrestling show, where Spats can make pro wrestlers fight more convincingly. Seen in The Proud Family crossover episode. He is voiced by Frank Welker. Leroy & Stitch
398 Gus the Second N/A Leroy & Stitch
399 Super-X N/A Leroy & Stitch

4-Series: Military

Num Pod Color Nickname Short Description Episode
400 Precious Designed to control all the other experiments. To neutralize this experiment, she has to be thrown into a volcano. Her name, powers, and neutralization procedure are based on the One Ring from The Lord of the Rings. She was originally supposed to have her own episode, a parody of The Lord of the Rings, but Disney scrapped it due to copyright issues. Leroy & Stitch
401 Chafe N/A Leroy & Stitch
402 Chile N/A Leroy & Stitch
403 Zinger N/A Leroy & Stitch
404 Bloom N/A Leroy & Stitch
405 Lucy N/A Leroy & Stitch
406 China N/A Leroy & Stitch
407 Yellow Punk Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
408 Berg I N/A Leroy & Stitch
409 Gumshoe N/A Leroy & Stitch
410 Jay N/A Leroy & Stitch
411 Red Cowlick Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
412 Char Designed to burn bagels. Was mentioned in "Link" when Reuben was searching the experiment database. 212
413 Botulator Designed to spoil food. Was mentioned in "Link" when Reuben was searching the experiment database. 212
414 Crusty Designed to spread mold on bread. Was mentioned in "Link" when Reuben was searching the experiment database. 212
415 Patter Designed to eat a single sock in each pair. Was mentioned in "Link" when Reuben was searching the experiment database. 212
416 Parslifier N/A Leroy & Stitch
417 Sageonomificator N/A Leroy & Stitch
418 Rosemary N/A Leroy & Stitch
419 Vane N/A Leroy & Stitch
420 Curdle N/A Leroy & Stitch
421 Bustduster N/A Leroy & Stitch
422 Doublecross N/A Leroy & Stitch
423 Filibuster N/A Leroy & Stitch
424 Decayer N/A Leroy & Stitch
425 Mr. Brown N/A Leroy & Stitch
426 Rewind N/A Leroy & Stitch
427 Toepoke N/A Leroy & Stitch
428 Gameover N/A Leroy & Stitch
429 Klamp N/A Leroy & Stitch
430 Slipknot N/A Leroy & Stitch
431 Purple Bluerinse Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
432 Tonix N/A Leroy & Stitch
433 Speck N/A Leroy & Stitch
434 Monochrome N/A Leroy & Stitch
435 Tony N/A Leroy & Stitch
436 Steve N/A Leroy & Stitch
437 Honk N/A Leroy & Stitch
438 Potter N/A Leroy & Stitch
439 Winceslaws N/A Leroy & Stitch
440 Waistrel N/A Leroy & Stitch
441 Choppers N/A Leroy & Stitch
442 Moldavia N/A Leroy & Stitch
443 Taps N/A Leroy & Stitch
444 Pooperson N/A Leroy & Stitch
445 No-C N/A Leroy & Stitch
446 Jacob N/A Leroy & Stitch
447 Handprint N/A Leroy & Stitch
448 Diesel N/A Leroy & Stitch
449 Bellyup N/A Leroy & Stitch
450 Sapsucker N/A Leroy & Stitch
451 Pullplug N/A Leroy & Stitch
452 Bob A possible reference to Bob from the CG animated series ReBoot. Bob's "Guardian" number is also 452. Leroy & Stitch
453 Trip N/A Leroy & Stitch
454 Blackhead N/A Leroy & Stitch
455 Red Mary A big, round peach-colored experiment with two long white-tipped ears, three large white stripes on her back, a white stomach and a red nose. Activated at the end of Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
456 Nub N/A Leroy & Stitch
457 Hangnail N/A Leroy & Stitch
458 Greaseprint N/A Leroy & Stitch
459 Nobyte N/A Leroy & Stitch
460 Noise N/A Leroy & Stitch
461 Pacer N/A Leroy & Stitch
462 Flat N/A Leroy & Stitch
463 Keyz N/A Leroy & Stitch
464 Sharpflat N/A Leroy & Stitch
465 Skid N/A Leroy & Stitch
466 Loomiere This experiment name may be a reference to the character Lumiere, from the Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Leroy & Stitch
467 Scale N/A Leroy & Stitch
468 Undewey N/A Leroy & Stitch
469 Jitters N/A Leroy & Stitch
470 Octopalmer N/A Leroy & Stitch
471 Sneak N/A Leroy & Stitch
472 Red Little Dorrat Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Possibly a reference to the Dickens character Little Dorrit. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
473 Tripsy N/A Leroy & Stitch
474 Dizzifier N/A Leroy & Stitch
475 Therman N/A Leroy & Stitch
476 Haasinator N/A Leroy & Stitch
477 Buzzcut N/A Leroy & Stitch
478 Tire Slasher N/A Leroy & Stitch
479 Lotta N/A Leroy & Stitch
480 Tappity N/A Leroy & Stitch
481 Yellow Twitch Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
482 Gesundt N/A Leroy & Stitch
483 Hiver N/A Leroy & Stitch
484 Buffie N/A Leroy & Stitch
485 Period N/A Leroy & Stitch
486 Grindz N/A Leroy & Stitch
487 Crunkle N/A Leroy & Stitch
488 Speirs N/A Leroy & Stitch
489 Green or Red Huggo A large, red/blue cephalopod-like experiment, but with six tentacles. Designed to squeeze the life out of a person. Activated at the end of Stitch! The Movie. In one scene his pod was green, and in another it was red. Stitch! The Movie
490 Stones N/A Leroy & Stitch
491 Spikyhands N/A Leroy & Stitch
492 Milston N/A Leroy & Stitch
493 Enguard N/A Leroy & Stitch
494 Mortamer N/A Leroy & Stitch
495 Joy N/A Leroy & Stitch
496 Froggifier N/A Leroy & Stitch
497 Copywronger N/A Leroy & Stitch
498 Floods N/A Leroy & Stitch
499 Brad N/A Leroy & Stitch

5-Series: Elemental manipulators

Num Pod Color Nickname Short Description Episode
500 Cooler N/A Leroy & Stitch
501 Blue Yin A blue cephalopod-like experiment. Designed to condense moisture in air into water and spray water from her tentacles. Yin was activated with Yang. Jumba said that should the two touch each other, they will cause a giant explosion, but they turned out to be a good example of Yin and Yang; they use fire and water to create a new island. Yin is seen in the episode "Finder" playing poker with Stitch, Yang, Richter and Cannonball and at Lilo's slumber party in the episode "Dupe" with Yang, Richter and Cannonball. 105, 126, 130, Leroy & Stitch
502 Blue Yang A red weasel/lizard/dragon-like experiment. Designed to shoot lava from the pits along his back, in a similar manner to the nasal opening on experiment 619's face. Yang was activated with Yin. Jumba said that should the two touch each other, they would cause a giant explosion, but they turned out to be a good example of Yin and Yang; they use fire and water to create a new island. Yang is seen in the episode "Finder" playing (and winning) poker against Stitch, Yin, Richter and Cannonball and at Lilo's slumber party in the episode "Dupe" with Yin, Richter and Cannonball. 105, 126, 130, Leroy & Stitch
503 Green Comet Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Leroy & Stitch, Stitch! The Movie
504 Bling Bling N/A Leroy & Stitch
505 Ploot A small blue-green gastropod-like experiment with a small pouch, black beady eyes, green crab-like claws, and two spinning sweeper brushes for feet. He makes dolphin-like sounds at normal size and monster sounds when grown to bigger size. Designed to flood entire cities with thick black sludge made from ordinary trash and pollution that he collects. His two antennae become like giant smoke stacks, letting pollution into the air. Air freshener can dissolve his sludge and make him clean instead of pollute. His one true place is cleaning the beach. In the episode he is referred to as 515 which is a number taken by Deforestator who as well appears in that episode. The episode he was in was aired on Earth Day. 217
506 Ug N/A Leroy & Stitch
507 Blue Woody A brown beaver-like experiment with insect-like pincers. Able to eat wood at a rapid pace. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220
508 Phil N/A Leroy & Stitch
509 Blue Sprout A plant-like experiment with a green stem, leaf-like body, tentacle-like vines, and a purple head with lizard-like face, little sharp teeth, dark blue pupil-less eyes, and a single antenna. Designed to sprout into an uncontrollable forest of destruction. Lilo and Stitch ended up catching him after he had grown enormous, deciding to put him in an old water tower that was slated for demolition. However, in the battle between the Leroy army and the experiments at the end of Leroy & Stitch, 509 did not grow into an uncontrollable forest of destruction like he did in his episode. He is voiced by Frank Welker. He is a parody of the alien plant monster Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors. 111, Leroy & Stitch
510 Drill N/A Leroy & Stitch
511 Wilt N/A Leroy & Stitch
512 Bog N/A Leroy & Stitch
513 Blue Richter A small purple ankylosaurus-like creature with a lavender stomach, a bulky body and legs, a huge tail with a triangle shape at the end, a round face with a wide mouth, a round nose, black eyes, short ears, a single horn on his head and tiny spikes down his back. Designed to cause vicious, Earth-shattering earthquakes with one thump of his tail. He is named after the Richter scale, and his one true place is making milkshakes. He is seen in the episode "Finder" playing poker with Stitch, Yin, Yang and Cannonball and at Lilo's slumber party in the episode "Dupe" with Yin, Yang and Cannonball. Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. He is voiced by Tress MacNeille. 106, Leroy & Stitch, Stitch! The Movie
514 Cone N/A Leroy & Stitch
515 White Deforestator A big purple roughly wombat-like creature about three feet tall with long blade-like claws on his front paws and blade-like neck. Designed to cut down entire forests. He first appeared just before Jumba created 627, when Stitch started bragging about how easily he catches experiments (overwhelming and rehabilitating Deforestator in two minutes). 123
516 Auntie N/A Leroy & Stitch
517 Parch N/A Leroy & Stitch
518 Flame N/A Leroy & Stitch
519 Green Splat A large green experiment, with two cone-shaped antenna and a roller between his front legs. Designed to level entire cities with his deceptively small roller. His one true place is as a road roller. Leroy & Stitch
520 Blue Cannonball A pink experiment with a big posterior and short stubby tail. Designed to make big waves (or tsunamis). Lilo and Stitch fear for Kauai because they think he is going to create an island-flooding tsunami, but it turns out that 520 can control his waves and creates one just big enough to send Gantu to San Francisco. His one true place is making waves for surfers. He is seen in the episode "Finder" playing poker with Stitch, Yin, Yang and Richter and at Lilo's slumber party in the episode "Dupe" with Yang, Yin, and Richter. He is voiced by Tress MacNeille. 104
521 Blue Wrapper A yellow-orange experiment designed to wrap things up like a mummy using his roll of paper for a tail. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220
522 Tarantula N/A Leroy & Stitch
523 Blue Slushy A small icy blue-colored koala-like creature with no ears, small arms and legs, a thin mouth, a large nose, dark blue eyes and three icicles behind his head. Designed to freeze land with his ice breath, generates ice, and also break apart into bits of ice and return to its original form. 523 chills the weather in Lilo's town during a very hot day. He makes it so cold that it starts to snow. Slushy also battles with Splodyhead (619). Splodyhead and Stitch overwhelm him, and the former restores the warm climate to the island. His one true place at the ice cream shop creating Shave Ice. In the episode "Snafu", he is shown at the Shave Ice stall working with Experiment 344 (Dupe). 127, 226
524 Shovel N/A Leroy & Stitch
525 Blue Stoneface Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
526 Gus N/A Leroy & Stitch
527 Chip N/A Leroy & Stitch
528 SPF N/A Leroy & Stitch
529 Red or Purple Digger A yellowish tan meerkat-like experiment with a long drill-shaped tail, a round body, short arms and legs with sharp claws, a round head with sharp teeth, a dark round nose, dark blue eyes and a row of spikes from his head down to his tail. Designed to drill holes through planets. His one true place is in the mines. He was activated at the end of Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie, Leroy & Stitch
530 Crybaby N/A Leroy & Stitch
531 N/A Hisee A green mole/chimp-like experiment with six hairs on its head, a very small body and a stubby tail. It appeared in some Disney Adventures comics (the ones where Jumba is creating Stitch). Its function is unknown. Disney Adventures Magazines
532 Yellow Strato N/A Leroy & Stitch
533 Blue Blowhard A purple anteater-like experiment with an elephant-like head with a long trunk and a bellows on the back of his head, designed to immobilize any object by flying it like a kite. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220
534 Crabweed N/A Leroy & Stitch
535 Blue Spectrum Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
536 Polar N/A Leroy & Stitch
537 Rust N/A Leroy & Stitch
538 Autumn N/A Leroy & Stitch
539 Blue Algae Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
540 Blue Phoon A small red elephant-like creature. Designed to create massive typhoon-like winds. She mutated into a stronger form after being shot by Jumba's ray but reverted to her original form after Stitch put her to sleep. Her one true place is creating winds for windsurfers on the beach. 210
541 Swell N/A Leroy & Stitch
542 Hallie N/A Leroy & Stitch
543 Green Franklin Seen in pod form in Stitch! The Movie. Stitch! The Movie
544 Thresher A small purple, roughly slug-like experiment with a slim body, a wide mouth, two eyes on two stocks, six spiky mace-like tentacles and three short legs. Designed to thrash crops with his mace-like appendages. Thresher was used by Gantu to defeat Stitch but was defeated in "Dupe". He is rescued by Lilo and Stitch in "Snafu". 126, 226
545 Pompey N/A Leroy & Stitch
546 Rip N/A Leroy & Stitch
547 Cam N/A Leroy & Stitch
548 Cheesy N/A Leroy & Stitch
549 Supersweet N/A Leroy & Stitch
550 Clammy N/A Leroy & Stitch
551 Dryheat N/A Leroy & Stitch
552 Astro N/A Leroy & Stitch
553 Clipse N/A Leroy & Stitch
554 Sol N/A Leroy & Stitch
555 Liquefactor N/A Leroy & Stitch
556 Berg II N/A Leroy & Stitch
557 Cauldron N/A Leroy & Stitch
558 Sepia N/A Leroy & Stitch
559 Blue Midasminus Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
560 Prism N/A Leroy & Stitch
561 He N/A Leroy & Stitch
562 Hardy Leroy & Stitch
563 Silbert N/A Leroy & Stitch
564 Lotis Wife N/A Leroy & Stitch
565 Phosphor N/A Leroy & Stitch
566 Derrick A grey dinosaur-like experiment with a drill-like tail, wearing a construction helmet. Designed to drill potholes. His one true place is with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her "cats." 220
567 Blue Eva Seen in pod form in 627. Pod caught by Gantu. 123
568 Slenky N/A Leroy & Stitch
569 Glenn N/A Leroy & Stitch
570 Frosty D. N/A Leroy & Stitch
571 Dusty N/A Leroy & Stitch
572 Dropcall N/A Leroy & Stitch
573 Handoman N/A Leroy & Stitch
574 Blue Lardo Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
575 Magnarette N/A Leroy & Stitch
576 Darn N/A Leroy & Stitch
577 Oof N/A Leroy & Stitch
578 Carrie N/A Leroy & Stitch
579 Spinster N/A Leroy & Stitch
580 Friday N/A Leroy & Stitch
581 Roadie N/A Leroy & Stitch
582 Spout N/A Leroy & Stitch
583 Blue Blake N/A Leroy & Stitch
584 Balar N/A Leroy & Stitch
585 Petrifier N/A Leroy & Stitch
586 Blue Tank A round orange armadillo/bulldog-like experiment with thick legs, sharp teeth, and a short tail. Designed to eat metal, and grows bigger each time he does. He is eventually caught by Gantu and sent to Hämsterviel, but rescued in "Snafu". Note that he shrunk between "Tank" and "Snafu", suggesting he returns to normal size after a while. 120, 226, Leroy & Stitch
587 Noviz N/A Leroy & Stitch
588 Sa N/A Leroy & Stitch
589 Stoopinslide N/A Leroy & Stitch
590 Baron Meter N/A Leroy & Stitch
591 Squidly N/A Leroy & Stitch
592 Deodorant N/A Leroy & Stitch
593 Heatwaver N/A Leroy & Stitch
594 Colm N/A Leroy & Stitch
595 Icecrusher N/A Leroy & Stitch
596 El Carbon N/A Leroy & Stitch
597 Zirconia N/A Leroy & Stitch
598 Gluteous N/A Leroy & Stitch
599 Tattoo N/A Leroy & Stitch

6-Series: Battlefield or doomsday experiments with galactic implications and world-ending properties, Jumba's strongest line

Num Pod Color Nickname Short Description Episode
600 Blue Woops A purple, skinny, Stitch-like experiment with huge yellow buckteeth, a football-shaped head with three short white-tipped antennae and a short white-tipped tail. Designed to be indestructible and able to do anything and has all the powers of Stitch, but is a klutz who accidentally bumps into everything. The only thing he can say is "Woops!" His one true purpose is being a valued member of Pleakley’s bowling team (because the one thing he can actually do is knock things over, including bowling pins). He is the first prototype of Stitch and is considered a failure due to his extreme clumsiness. He is voiced by Rob Paulsen. 224
601 Blue Kixx A large, purple, muscular, beastly, Tasmanian Devil-like creature with bulky legs and torso, four strong arms with three fingers on each paw, a blue oval spot on each elbow, short ears, hardly any neck, a wide mouth, a round nose, and black eyes. Designed to be a bully with special kickboxing skills. His one true place is teaching kickboxing, and has his own instructional video entitled "Kickboxing with Kixx". He is voiced by Frank Welker. 103, Leroy & Stitch
602 Blue Sinker A small, purple shark-like experiment designed to destroy and sink enemy ships with its large dorsal fin. His one true place is at a Japanese restaurant where he uses his large fin to cut up vegetables and fillet fish for the chefs to make sushi. 124
603 Zap A bright yellow, living laser beam and has lightning-shaped antennae, dark blue eyes, and a small limbless roughly dog-like body. He was caught by Gantu with the help of experiment 627 in "627", but was later rescued in "Snafu". 123, 226
604 Yellow Houdini A whitish-tan rabbit-like experiment with four brown spots on each elbow and knee, pink mark on his chest and stomach, purple markings on his back and ear tips and a little face with a small mouth, dark pink nose, and huge black eyes. Designed to make anything and himself disappear with a blink of his huge eyes, though he can also make them re-appear. His eyes are sensitive to intense light (i.e. camera flashes), which cause him to blink reflexively and randomly make surrounding objects or creatures disappear. He is named after Harry Houdini. His one true place is as a Hollywood magician. He was one of the twelve new pods found by Lilo and Stitch in "Drowsy". He is voiced by Rob Paulsen. 119
605 Warpstron N/A Leroy & Stitch
606 Blue Holio A small, red chipmunk-like experiment with a wide, large mouth, two thin antennae, and three thin back spines. Designed to create a matter-sucking black hole when he opens his mouth. His one true place is working in construction sites, clearing up waste by sucking in the unneeded matter. He is voiced by Frank Welker. 116, Leroy & Stitch
607 Blue Launch A tan naked mole rat-like experiment with four spines on his back. Designed to warp the fabric of time and space, causing the entire universe to collapse upon itself. 607 itself never actually appeared in the series, but he was the pod on the sandcastle in 627. Rufus the Mole Rat was mistaken for this experiment in the Lilo & Stitch/Kim Possible crossover episode until Stitch identified him as not being one of the "cousins". 123, 208
608 Blue Slugger A small, yellow, pterosaur-like experiment. Designed to deflect projectiles with his tail shaped like a baseball bat. His one true place is as a coaching assistant for Little League baseball. 139, Leroy & Stitch
609 Heat A small, red-orange vaguely dog-like experiment with small eyes, a big mouth, small drooping ears and a large shiny black oval embedded in his forehead. Designed to fire rays of flaming heat from the blowtorch-like feature on his forehead. Heat was found (in pod form), activated, named, and trained by Gantu. This experiment was sent to Dr. Hämsterviel, but was rescued by Lilo and Stitch in "Snafu". He is voiced by Ben Diskin. 126, 226
610 Green Witch A purple, ghost-like experiment with a white-striped witch hat extending from her head, a yellow heart-shaped mark on her white chest, and wavy arms similar to cloth. She is basically a witch. She was designed to utilize supernatural forces in order to subdue and abduct planetary leaders. Her powers include intangibility, animation, and various other reality-bending abilities. She is capable of possessing individuals and channeling her powers through their vessel. She can be forced out of her victim if she sees her reflection.  Stitch!
611 Blue El Fin (Doomsday) Designed to make the universe implode when Jumba speaks the password. Fortunately, Jumba forgot the password.[1] Called the "ultimate super weapon", Gantu thought that he had 611's pod in "Houdini" but he was actually reading 119's pod upside down. His original name was Doomsday, but this was changed due to a copyright issue. 119
612 Blandzilla N/A Leroy & Stitch
613 Yellow Yaarp A small, cyan lemur-like experiment with short, floppy Drowsy (360)-like ears (but with darker tips instead of stripes), four arms, a long tail with dark blue rings which he uses as a spring to quickly hop from place to place, and a single megaphone-like antenna on his head. He was designed to make a literally deafening sonic blast, unfurling his normally curled-up antenna to emit the blasts. Pleakley was sent out to capture 613 because he lacks ears, which made him immune to the experiment's sonic blasts; Pleakley also befriended and named 613 after saving him from a collapsing cave. Yaarp's one true place is as an "alien invasion alarm" and a buzzer for the hula school. He also operated the scoreboard for the trivia contest in "Spike". He is voiced by Grey DeLisle. Leroy & Stitch
614 Blue Gunner Seen in pod form in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch special feature the experiment profiler. Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
615 Yogee N/A Leroy & Stitch
616 Joey N/A Leroy & Stitch
617 Plasmoid A large green scorpion-like experiment with a pincer-less tail. Designed to shoot explosive balls of plasma from his tail. Plasmoid was found (in pod form), activated, named, and trained by Gantu in "Dupe". This experiment was sent to Dr. Hämsterviel, but was rescued in "Snafu". 126, 226
618 Crystallene N/A Leroy & Stitch
619 Blue or Red Splodyhead A small, red six-legged furred reptilian dragon-like experiment with a red-purple striped horn on his head, brick-red markings on his forehead and back, short red-orange-tipped ears, blue eyes with red-purple spots around them and a round hole-like nose. He is sometimes called "Splody" for short. Designed to shoot fiery red plasma blasts from his nose, as well as being able to see in the dark, and climb on walls and ceilings. His one true place is with David, lighting luau torches with his fiery blasts. In the "Slushy" episode, Splodyhead returned to help to fight Slushy with fire against ice. In this episode, Jumba erroneously refers to him as "515". 117, 127
620 Page N/A Leroy & Stitch
621 Chopsuey A green, skinny Stitch look-alike with a spiky yellow mohawk and two prominent fangs jutting from his lower jaw. He has all of Stitch's powers and is jealous of all the attention Stitch gets. In the PlayStation 2 game Disney's Stitch: Experiment 626 he steals the DNA that Stitch collects for Jumba, mutating into a stronger form. The plot of this game has since been retconned from canon continuity due to the events depicting Stitch being apprehended immediately after his creation in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has A Glitch. However, 621 could still have the same physical appearance and personality. He is both very physical and well-equipped. His weapons include Jet-Pack, Grapple-Gun, rocket-launching Big Gun, and Freeze Gun. The second true prototype of Stitch but he does not appear in the series and has no record from Disney so 625 or Reuben takes this prototype number. He also has the strange ability to mutate when power is charged at most extreme. He is voiced by Frank Welker. Disney's Stitch: Experiment 626, Leroy & Stitch
622 Jumby N/A Leroy & Stitch
623 Trainer N/A Leroy & Stitch
624 Angel A pink shapely female experiment with a strong feminine resemblance to Stitch and his primary love interest, with two long tendril-like violet-tipped antennae, violet-tipped ears, small eyelashes, white V-shaped symbol, slightly larger chest puffed out and dark pink Stitch-like back markings (originally upside-down heart-shaped or sometimes gone). Designed to sing a song that turns "good" experiments to "bad", though it also worked on Jumba. Stitch and Reuben are immune to her song's effect, as they were created after Angel. The spell can be reversed by Angel singing the song backwards or by playing a recording of her song in reverse. She is in love with Stitch and is the closest one to him. Angel was caught by Gantu after defecting from his side out love for Stitch but rescued in "Snafu". She is voiced by Tara Strong. 125, 215, 226, Leroy & Stitch, Stitch Jam, Stitch!
625 Blue Reuben A small, chubby golden-yellow marmot/koala-like experiment with short ears that flop down at the sides of his head, three small antennae that look like a tuft of fluffy fur, pointed fingers, a round pudgy stomach, short stumpy legs, an hourglass-shaped marking on his back, and two flat teeth sticking out of his mouth and overlapping his bottom lip. In the Disney Adventures comics before Lilo & Stitch, he was blue with smaller eyes instead of yellow with more typical large eyes. He has all the powers of Stitch, but is incredibly lazy and tends to be a coward, making him almost useless as a villain. His one true talent is the ability to produce large quantities of sandwiches, particularly cheese sandwiches. Only referred to as 625 in the series and Stitch! The Movie, he was finally named "Reuben" by Lilo in Leroy & Stitch. He speaks English with a hint of a Brooklyn accent. Reuben serves as Gantu's wisecracking sidekick during the series, making witty remarks and often taunting and verbally abusing him. He occasionally teams up with Stitch against Gantu, mainly if Stitch is acting alone. After receiving his name and working alongside Lilo in Leroy & Stitch, he found his one true place alongside a newly recommissioned (and redeemed) Captain Gantu as his Galley Officer, who had been growing fond of his egg salad. He is later an ally to Stitch. He is voiced by Rob Paulsen. Disney Adventures Magazine, Most episodes, Stitch! The Movie, Leroy & Stitch
626 Stitch A blue, koala-like experiment with large rabbit-like ears, a wide mouth, a round nose, black eyes, a small, short, stubby tail, two nose wrinkles, one chin wrinkle, three tuffs of sharp hair on top of his head and on his chest as well as two extra, retractable arms, three retractable spines that run down his back (the first spine is the shortest, then longest, then medium), sharp retractable claws on his front and back paws and two retractable antennae on his head. Designed to be abnormally strong, virtually indestructible, super intelligent and very mischievous. He can think faster than a supercomputer, he is fireproof and bulletproof, can spit acid, can hear in different hearing levels, can see in the dark, can jump really high, can climb up walls and walk on ceilings, can roll into a ball, have super sight and hearing and lift objects 3000 times his own weight (but not an ounce more). His only weakness is water, as he cannot swim due to his molecular density. When he becomes good, he has a heart of gold. His one true place is, of course, as Lilo's "dog." He is the first experiment to be created without Dr. Hämsterviel's funding. He is the most successful experiment Jumba has made. He's also the main character and hero in the series and in the movies. After learning of his older "cousins", he and his friend, Lilo, make it their mission to give them a new purpose beyond chaotic mayhem. He has a romantic relationship with Experiment 624, Angel and, later, acts like a brother to both her and Reuben. He is voiced by Chris Sanders. He is the first successful destructing experiment Jumba created after two failures: 600 and 625. All movies, episodes, and magazines
627 Blue N/A A red and yellow, coneheaded, purple-nosed, monstrous koala-like experiment that was designed to be a bigger, badder, stronger, and worse-mannered version of Stitch, with the same facial expression, ear notches at the top of each ear, a wiry body, dark eyes, four extra retractable arms, four retractable spines that run down his back, sharp black retractable claws on his front and back paws, retractable antennae, and an extra retractable head as well. He has a type of Alien-like extendable mouth. He is the first experiment to be created on Earth with limited alien technology and without Dr. Hämsterviel's funding. 627 was designed to have all the powers/strengths of Stitch, plus the powers of 20 other experiments, but he lacks their weaknesses. 627's other powers include telekinesis, electrokinesis, plasma shooting, and ice breath (cryokinesis). However, contrary to Stitch, 627's vocabulary is limited, as all he can say is "evil". Not only is 627 violent and powerful, but he is willfully cruel and rude, and acts like a bully; he seemingly cannot be reformed, and thus, has no true place. 627's only apparent weakness is his loud, uncontrollable laughter, which distracts him and causes him to become cataplectic; once he begins to laugh uncontrollably, he collapses and is rendered powerless. Even though seemingly "indestructible", 627 was finally outwitted by Stitch taking advantage of his weakness and causing him to collapse from laughter; after rendered powerless, 627 was dehydrated back into an experiment pod by Stitch and Lilo, using a commercially available home food dehydrator. After this, he did not appear again except for in a video recording in "Mrs. Hasagawa's Cats/Ace" and a dream sequence in "Remmy". He is also briefly mentioned in Leroy & Stitch. He is voiced by Chris Sanders in The Series. 627 is the only activated experiment to keep his number as a name, as Lilo did not give him one. 123
628 Blue N/A Created with 627 or after Stitch defeated 627. Seen only in pod form at the end of "627" as Jumba locked it away in a vault, saying, "So much for experiment 627. Perhaps I will have better luck next time". 123
629 Leroy Stitch's evil twin, with red fur, frilly ears, yellow teeth, bent antennae, three bent spines on his back, a fluffy tail, and a slightly deeper voice as well as two extra, retractable arms and retractable claws on his front paws. Jumba started creating him from a template similar to Stitch, until Dr. Hämsterviel captured him and forced him to make a "new version" of 626. Designed to have all of Stitch's powers, but he also has the ability to disguise himself as Stitch by changing his fur color from red to blue (Dr. Hämsterviel hates the color blue, so he told Jumba to make him resplendent red to match his cape) and instantly regrow his fur. Leroy is very physical, but also makes liberal use of his plasma gun. After naming him "Leroy", Dr. Hämsterviel used a cloning machine to create an army, then sent the original Leroy down to Earth to capture the 624 experiments remaining there. Fortunately, Jumba secretly programmed a failsafe into Leroy before he was charged: If Leroy (or his clones) hears the song "Aloha Oe", his nervous system will shut down. After his defeat, Leroy and his clones are all placed in jail with Hämsterviel. Leroy's number is never mentioned in the movie. Jumba tries to call him "627", but Gantu reminds him that he's already made experiment 627. He is voiced by Chris Sanders. He and all his clones are sent to jail at the end of the movie, where they are seen happily dancing to "Jailhouse Rock". Leroy & Stitch


  • According to Jess Winfield, during the development of Lilo & Stitch: The Series, the idea of it focusing on "the other 625 experiments" was birthed from an idea by artist and director Steve Lyons who "suggested that an evil villain clone Stitch into a bunch of different creatures that Lilo and Stitch would chase." Also, the phrase "the other 625 experiments" was coined either by Winfield himself, Bobs Gannaway, or possibly Barry Blumberg, although Winfield doesn't remember who was first to say it.[1]
  • Disney's Stitch: Experiment 626 featured an experiment series numbered as 700, which were mass-produced by Jumba and served as enemies in the game.
  • In Stitch!, eleven previously unseen experiments created by Jumba were introduced in addition to two experiments created by someone other than Jumba. The first, called Skunkuna, was created by Hämsterviel, and the second was Dark End, created by Delia. Since neither were created by Jumba, they do not fall under his numbering scheme.
  • In Stitch & Ai, Jumba creates new experiments based on ancient scrolls he is given. Most are based on Chinese mythical creatures, while others appear to be derived from some creatures. It is unknown whether or not Jumba considers these experiments a part of his existing numbering scheme.
  • According to the series episode "Skip" (as seen on a monitor) and the Magic Kingdom attraction Stitch's Great Escape! (as seen on wanted posters in the exit halls of the attraction), the official shorthand prefix for "Experiment" is "X-" (X with a hyphen). In addition, Jumba referred to Spooky as "X-300" (ex three hundred), Kixx as "X-601" (ex six-oh-one), and Morpholomew as "X-316" (ex three-one-six) in their respective eponymous episodes, further supporting this.
  • To date, there are only 125 of Jumba's experiments that have appeared and have their names, numbers, and functions confirmed. This includes Coco who has only appeared in the Disney Adventures comics and was confirmed by Jess Winfield, Experiment 621 from Disney's Stitch: Experiment 626, and Experiment 000 who first appeared in Stitch!. This numbering scheme does not count the new experiments Jumba made in Stitch & Ai as stated above.
  • In the Stitch! anime, Stitch typically prefaces the names of his fellow experiences (other than Angel) with "Cousin".

Continuity errors

  • Several experiments have been given multiple numbers, such as Bonnie and Clyde, who are called 349 and 350 in their episode, but called 149 and 150 in the end credits of Leroy & Stitch. The same goes for Finder and Ploot, who are called 458 and 515 in their respective episodes, but called 158 and 505 in the end credits of Leroy & Stitch.
  • Many of the experiments that appear in the background during the Aloha Stadium battle in Leroy & Stitch are duplicates or recolors and slight edits of existing experiments. They were put in as screen fillers to make it appear as if all 626 experiments were actually there. For example, Houdini appears five times in the frame, while Cannonball appears eight times; twice recolored, twice re-edited and four times copied. Phoon is also seen twice in the scene, both in normal and mutated form.
  • Experiment 272 was listed as "Mamf" in the end credits of Leroy & Stitch. However, in Stitch!, Wormhole is called 272 while 275 is given to Tickle-Tummy, who was mistakenly left off the list in the movie. When asked about the numbers of theses three, Jess Winfield stated: "The best I can tell you about Tickletummy/Wormhole is that Jumba's genius does not extend to keeping a tidy database. There is some confusion in his records regarding Tickletummy, Wormhole, and a third experiment named Mamf, with different lists giving different numbers for them. Perhaps it will be sorted out someday."


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 L&S Says Mahalo. TV Tome (December 17, 2004). Archived from the original on March 19, 2016. Retrieved on May 27, 2018.


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