Make your own free website on Tripod.com

Yet Another Lilo & Stitch Fansite

Home | About | Info | Downloads | Links | Forum
Stuff > L&S Says Mahalo

L&S Says Mahalo

Page: Index 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Lilo & Stitch - Threads - L&S Says Mahalo
  Forum  
Paul Teevan

Registered: Jan 30, 2004
Posts: 129
Location:

Posted: Sat Dec 11, 2004 7:46 PM Title:
Orjan: Party pooper was a fanfic that cna be found on fanfiction.net. How it ended up on this site might be a better question......
BAM

Registered: Sep 25, 2004
Posts: 625
Location: Doing stupid stuff

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 1:09 AM Title:
Hey nachonaco2,it's me, seego, from the kim possible posts-anyway, what happened to lilo's parents, and how old is jumba LOL!!
Experiment626

Registered: Jun 15, 2004
Posts: 534
Location: Thousand Oaks, CA

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 1:31 AM Title:
seego, I already told you. Lilo's and Nani's parents died in a car crash. Lilo said so herself in the first movie.
BAM

Registered: Sep 25, 2004
Posts: 625
Location: Doing stupid stuff

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 1:43 AM Title:
^ not your opinion or awnser. I want his just to make sure.
Experiment626

Registered: Jun 15, 2004
Posts: 534
Location: Thousand Oaks, CA

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 2:09 AM Title:
I think if Lilo said so in the movie, than he's just going to say the same thing.
One Radical Dude

Registered: Oct 24, 2004
Posts: 60
Location:

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 2:31 AM Title:
Yeah, I don't think you're gonna a different answer from Winfield, seego. What happened to Lilo and Nani's parents is mentioned in the first film. They didn't go bungee jumping or anything like that. :p
nukerjsr

Registered: Feb 7, 2004
Posts: 478
Location: Somewhere thinking, probably in front of my computer

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 12:37 PM Title:
*smacks head* My bad guys, I told the characters from Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. I thought that was Kingdom Hearts 2. Stupid me.
PIcaRDMPC

Registered: Mar 23, 2004
Posts: 164
Location: :noitacoL

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 3:43 PM Title:
It's OK, nukerjser; I work for the Ansem Report, a Kingdom Hearts website that rabidly collects all info on KH:II, so that question was actually for the purpose of the site and not just personal curiosity. Trust me; I'll know before you do about everything with KH:II.
NIMHangel

Registered: Oct 9, 2004
Posts: 7
Location:

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 5:49 PM Title: Question:
I got a few more questions

1.How old is Jumba, exactly?

2.Pleakley(same thing)

Thanks!
stitch lvr

Registered: Dec 11, 2004
Posts: 65
Location:

Posted: Sun Dec 12, 2004 6:59 PM Title:
Why did you guys pick 626 as stitch's number.
One Radical Dude

Registered: Oct 24, 2004
Posts: 60
Location:

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 5:16 PM Title:
Very interesting questions, so far.
jesstifer

Registered: Jul 19, 2004
Posts: 22
Location: Los Angeles

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 5:37 PM Title:
Aloha, everyone.

Due to the large volume of questions, I simply won't address the ones I can't or shouldn't answer.

I must ask again, PLEASE don't submit story or character ideas either in this thread or by e-mail. I don't read them, and in any case the scripts for Season Two are finished. Also, I won't comment on any unannounced movie releases or specific plotlines for future episodes.

Here are answers to some questions, in no particular order. Again, pardon the long post.

- We've designed close to a hundred experiments altogether.
- 628 has never been activated, so no one but Jumba knows what he looks like.
- I don't know anything about a "629" or any "700" series experiments.
- "Mary" certainly sounds like a female, though with Lilo's penchant for quirky names, you never know!
- Santris correctly points out that Fibber and Nosy appear in "Spike," but last we saw they were in the clutches of Gantu and Hamsterviel. "Spike" obviously takes place at a somewhat later time. You'll have to keep tuning in to find out how they escaped.
- The change in 625's color from Disney Adventures magazine was an artistic choice, to more clearly separate him from Stitch.
- There hasn't been any "delay" in episodes, except that we switched "Shoe" and "Swapper" in the airing schedule because Shoe needed a little extra work. In fact, Season Two of the series is proceeding unusually smoothly. Disney Channel just isn't airing new episodes over the holidays... a pretty standard broadcasting practice.
- The two new experiments in "Shoe" were 040 "Backhoe" and 030 "Poki."
- I've worked as a writer, story editor and producer at Disney Television Animation for 8 years on House of Mouse, Hercules, Teacher's Pet, and Tarzan among others. I was asked by the company to help develop a Lilo and Stitch series before the first feature film was released.
- My idols growing up were Monty Python, William Shakespeare, Tom Stoppard, the band Yes, and Lakers guard Jerry West.
- Favorite episode: "Yinyang." Two cool experiments, a good Lilo and Stitch story, and the episode's theme all work really well together. Other faves: "Angel" and "Bonnie and Clyde."
- During development of the series, an artist and director here named Steve Lyons suggested that an evil villain clone Stitch into a bunch of different creatures that Lilo and Stitch would chase. That idea slowly became "the other 625 experiments." I honestly don't remember who first used that phrase... it might have been me, or Bobs Gannaway, or perhaps Barry Blumberg, President of Disney TVA.
- We would have loved to do an all-music episode, but they're very complex and expensive -- not feasible on our schedule and budget.
- Not sure how you define "human" vs. "animal" experiments. The experiments are what they are; though experiments like Clyde and (as you'll see in a few weeks), Slick certainly have some human characteristics.
- Letters about the show can be sent to:
Lilo and Stitch - The Series
Walt Disney Television Animation
500 S. Buena Vista St.
Burbank, CA 91521
- Thanks, Brandon, for the compliment about Season Two. No, our budget isn't any bigger; we're just getting better at making the show. We were able to choose the writers, artists, and animators that worked out well in Season One, and weed out those that didn't. Also, Tony Craig, who oversees the artistic elements of the show, was more directly involved this season. During the first season, he was concentrating on the look of "Stitch -- The Movie."
-There've been a lot of questions about Nani's role in the series. For various storytelling reasons, Nani tends to get relegated to the "authority figure." (Basically, Lilo can get into more fun trouble if Nani isn't around!) But I agree she got shortchanged in Season One. Look for a couple of fun Nani-centric episodes in Season Two.
- "Party Pooper" was never a real episode.
- The info at http://voices.fuzzy.com/show.idc?show_id=10930 is blitznak. Tom Hanks as "Sample?" I wish.
- Yes, Lilo's parents died in a car accident.
- Jumba and Pleakley have never stated their age.
- Chris Sanders told me that his original number for Stitch was "666." He was politely asked to change it, so the middle digit became "2", for no particular reason.
- Other Experiment info.
110 = "Squeak" annoys with nonstop babbling.
119 = "Fudgy" creates a sticky, chocolatey mess.
204 = "Nosox" makes socks disappear.
239 = "Stopgo" causes traffic jams.
274 = "Alexander" uses your phone to make long distance calls.
603 = "Zap" is a living laser bolt.
611 = "Doomsday" can cause the universe to implode with a single password. Fortunately, Jumba can't remember the word.


Today's fun trivia tidbit: the recurring "Yuppie Couple" first seen in "Kixx" are caricatures of Bobs Gannaway and his wife!

Jess
BAM

Registered: Sep 25, 2004
Posts: 625
Location: Doing stupid stuff

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 5:58 PM Title:
^ thank u for the awnsers, i got some questions
Is it true bunker was a real episode
Will lilo and stitch 2, be shown in 3-d
Will lilo and stitch 2, be a tv movie, or a theater movie

thank u so much
stitch lvr

Registered: Dec 11, 2004
Posts: 65
Location:

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 6:10 PM Title:
1. If there is ever going to be a lilo and stitch 2 and with disny changing to CG what are the odds its going to be CG.

2. What happened to Heat, Plasmoid, and Thrasher does gantu still have them or did lilo find a place for them

3. Stitch dies in water yet in spooky he was under warter and even talking.

4. Who comes up with the names for experements.

5. How did jumba program the password as ohana in Amnesio if he didn't even know what it ment before he came to earth.

6. Are there going to be anymore episodes that won't have any experement in them like in bad stitch.

7. Is 627 ever going to return and does he have a name.

8. are there going to be any two part episodes

9. Are there going to be any more E.A.R.W.A.X. group meetings

Sorry for asking so many things lilo and stitch is my life. (and i'm a 50 year old guy living with my mom) Thank god no:) But I am a huge lilo and stitch fan. Thanx for thinking lilo and stitch up and making it a cartoon!!!
One Radical Dude

Registered: Oct 24, 2004
Posts: 60
Location:

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 6:24 PM Title:
Again, Jess cannot give you specifics on Lilo & Stitch 2, or anything like that. He can't even tell you if it even is for real. Those are "reveal the answer, get a pink slip" type questions. :S

Thanks for answering my questions, Jess. "Yinyang" was a fun episode.
Santris15

Registered: Aug 31, 2004
Posts: 173
Location: Grants Pass, OR

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 6:39 PM Title:
Ahh, very interesting. Many thanks, Jess. I, too, would like to know if 627 and 625 have names, instead of just numbers. (I hope it's not Sandwich Boy...) And also, I think Plasmoid, Hammerface, Heat, and Thrasher were taken when Lilo and Stitch got Dupe back, else how would Hammerface have appeared in The Asteroid? Thanks again. (BTW, the 700's were in the Lilo & Stitch Playstation game, as well as 621.)
OranjTulip

Registered: Nov 3, 2003
Posts: 30
Location:

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 7:45 PM Title:
Thank you so much for answering my question. I saw "Party Pooper" listed in an episode guide somewhere. I am quite embarrassed now.

I am probably one of the older members of this forum, being that I am 26 years old. Kind of embarrassing actually. I don't usually watch cartoons, but there is something about Lilo and Stitch that is so wonderful and hilarious (not to mention adorable), that I am glued to the television when it is on. I went with my sister-in-law to the movie theatre to see Lilo and Stitch when it came out. She is 4 years older than me!

Basically there is something to be said about Lilo and Stitch. People of every generation can truly appreciate the humor in the movies and the series. My friend's boss who is in his 40's watches the show whenever he can, because even he loves and appreciates the humor in the show.

So, kudos to you Mr. Winfield and to everyone involved in the writing, animating and voicing and every other area of the show. Everyone does a phenomenal job. Keep up the excellent work. I look forward to the upcoming episodes. (You know just how great a job you are doing when you get people of all ages LOVING your show!)
emmkay

Registered: Jul 1, 2003
Posts: 23
Location:

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 7:45 PM Title:
In "627", Jumba said that once an experiment had been hydrated, it could not be dehydrated. Then how did the experiments get dehydrated in the first place?
One Radical Dude

Registered: Oct 24, 2004
Posts: 60
Location:

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 8:15 PM Title:
Don't feel embarrassed. I was reluctant to tell some people that I watched the show a year ago. :p I'm 23 (I'm one of the older audiences, too). Yeah, the show is targeted towards the younger audiences, but hey, who says 20-something-year-olds can't tune in?
OranjTulip

Registered: Nov 3, 2003
Posts: 30
Location:

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 9:25 PM Title:
It's not fully targeted toward younger audiences. There is a lot of humor in there, that would go over a kid's head. Humor that only adults would get. Like if you read my post in the "Shoe" thread. I mentioned about the "American Gothic" pose that Jumba and Pleakly took in front of the Bed, not Breakfast. Adults would mainly be the ones to recognise that pose from the oil painting. Also, in the Yin-Yang episode, the Gloknar (or however you spell it.. that 1000 hour dance) when they do it, it is to the song (with changed lyrics of course) "Play that Funky Music" by Wild Cherry. Since the song was done back in the mid 70's (along with the 70's style clothing Jumba and Pleakly were wearing while dancing to it), an adult would get it. A kid wouldn't. Anyway, those are just some examples of the humor geared toward adults.

[Edited by OranjTulip Mon Dec 13, 2004 9:26 PM]
stitch lvr

Registered: Dec 11, 2004
Posts: 65
Location:

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 9:40 PM Title:
well im 13 (i'll be 14 by the end of this month) and my dad is telling me to grow up and stop waching a show that is for 2 year olds. Now im going to say 20 to 40 year old wach this show and that some of the things in it are for older people. 3 chears for the best show on disny channel!
Santris15

Registered: Aug 31, 2004
Posts: 173
Location: Grants Pass, OR

Posted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 11:35 PM Title:
Hmm... Amazing, probably my last set of questions!
What are the functions of Backhoe and Poki?
What are the names (if any) of 625 and 627?
And, if you could, a description/pic of Fudgey, Nosox, Stopgo, Alexander, and Doomsday?
EDIT: Thought of one more, do the colors of the pod mean anything?

[Edited by Santris15 Mon Dec 13, 2004 11:37 PM]
Waya5

Registered: Sep 24, 2003
Posts: 3
Location:

Posted: Tue Dec 14, 2004 12:26 AM Title: Thank you for taking the time...
To answer questions. I realize you're very busy. As you can tell, we're a passionate bunch. Just a question...

Any flashbacks coming anytime soon about Stitch's life prior to his arrest?

Just curious...thanks again...

Waya
wanderer:LSH

Registered: Aug 17, 2004
Posts: 325
Location: raheek tunnel, grey universe

Posted: Tue Dec 14, 2004 12:42 AM Title:
look at the deleted scenes for the first movie, that seems a pretty complete history, unless I am wrong in thinking that building was jumbaa's secret labratory.

as for a third season, it would be great, unless season two makes a logical end to the series. I really like those few shows that actually end. although they are likly more common than I think.



[Edited by wanderer:LSH Tue Dec 14, 2004 1:05 AM]
KixxStitchClub

Registered: Sep 18, 2004
Posts: 16
Location:

Posted: Tue Dec 14, 2004 1:00 PM Title:
Will Murtle and Lilo ever be friends? Or at least Murtle's posse and Lilo?
Lilo & Stitch - Threads - L&S Says Mahalo
Page: Index 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

The information on this page remains the intellectual copyright of the people who posted said information. Lilo and Stitch is copyright 2005 Disney Enterprises.
This page is provided as it was on Sunday 30th January 2005 at TVTome. HTML editing by Mark Ky-Balchin. CSS by TVTome.
This page is a part of Yet Another Lilo & Stitch Fansite, copyright 2005 Mark Ky-Balchin (http://markk-b.tripod.com).