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JC

Posts: 9
Sun, 11 Jun 2017 09:01:51 MDT
To Stitchthebest36: I definitely will let you know!
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JC

Posts: 9
Fri, 2 Jun 2017 18:33:39 MDT
Hey guys! Just wanted to let you know: I asked Tony Craig a question on Facebook again, and I don't know if this was previously known information or not, but I asked him the name of Stitch's grey "brother" who tried turning Stitch evil in the finale.

His name is Scratch.
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JC

Posts: 9
Sun, 30 Apr 2017 18:13:47 MDT
To Elastico's Foot:

That's actually a pretty good point haha. I'm a bit surprised at Jumba for STILL keeping secrets from his ohana, even post-Leroy & Stitch. Ah well. He probably forgot about it. :P
And we specifically saw "The Origin of Stitch" short film in flashback for this series, so there's no disputing that the simulations shown on Jumba's computer were only for Stitch's "primary" form (the red space suit and alien appendages.) Maybe Jumba has a super-secret file for Stitch's true form...?
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JC

Posts: 9
Sun, 30 Apr 2017 17:03:42 MDT
I'll give you all more info as I come by it. He's been gracious enough to let me converse with him a bit, with benefit for you guys, as he also had a couple messages he seemed to want me relaying to you (the Stitch fandom).
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JC

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Sun, 30 Apr 2017 16:55:35 MDT
The first thing he directly addressed when asked... "Was Stitch's red-eyed, eight-limbed, plasma-shooting, giant monster form his TRUE form for destruction?"

His answer?

"Jumba hid the code that turns Stitch into that monster deep within Stitch. It's what he was supposed to turn into when he found a large city to destroy, but his love from Lilo and now from Ai suppressed it so deeply, it was unknown if it could be reactivated beyond the point of no return. Jumba had kept this secret from everyone, even Stitch. There were never any large towns on Kauai, nor up in the Huangshan Mountains, so it was never activated until he was guided to a city and coerced into being subconsciously turned into this creature in our series. Now, I don't know if he was near any large cities in the Japanese series or not. I wasn't involved with them, never have seen them[...]"
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JC

Posts: 9
Sun, 30 Apr 2017 16:52:14 MDT
Hey guys! I Facebook-messaged Tony Craig, and he gave me LOTS of good insight + new information about "Stitch & Ai," plus an update on the "Stitch!" anime's place in the franchise.

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JC

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Wed, 26 Apr 2017 09:07:50 MDT
I asked Tony Craig what age Lilo would be if she ever did appear in "Stitch & Ai." He responded saying he supposes it would depend on what the story needed.
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JC

Posts: 9
Tue, 25 Apr 2017 07:09:26 MDT
I sent my theory to Tony Craig via Facebook message. I'll update you all if he replies! :)
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JC

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Tue, 25 Apr 2017 06:42:39 MDT
I have a theory about why Stitch is not eager to return home to Lilo/Hawaii, and it ties into both Tony Craig's Lilo statement and the "Stitch!" anime. In the English dub for "Lilo," the big reunion episode in the anime, Pleakley mentions that while Lilo went to college, Stitch went on a mission for the Galactic Alliance. My thought is, (and the English dub may or may not slightly aid this theory), that Stitch was on a mission which led to his capture by space pirates as seen in the first episode. I know the second band of space pirates (the ones with the platypus-looking leader) are aiming to capture Stitch so they can make their own Experiments, but was that ever made clear to be the motivation of the first pirate group (The one with the green reptilian leader)? Maybe Stitch was on a mission to investigate and/or round up the initial space pirates, but was captured in the process. Lilo would never know Stitch was gone. With a four-year gap between Lilo leaving and their botched reunion on the beach, I feel that leaves quite a lot of time for "Stitch & Ai" to have its full series run without continuity troubles.

And hey, isn't it all the more emotional that one of Stitch's happy peaceful memories is of Lilo, that he thinks of her often, and the day he returns to Hawaii to reunite with her at last... she's not there...?
And it helps put the series on a more concrete place on the timeline, while preserving the fact that Stitch would UNDOUBTEDLY return IMMEDIATELY to Lilo if he knew she were waiting for him.

That's my theory! I hope you all liked it! Talk to you all on the message board!
-JC
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