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I was a big fan of the original movie, and I did like the video sequel (which is really just the pilot for the series). Some people compare the series/sequel to Pokemon, but I don't think that is fair. The series is quite good and stands on its own. While not every episode is a gem, a good majority of them are. Sure, they are fun for the kids, but there are also lots of inside/adult/meta jokes that only older people will get. There are lots of similarities to Animaniacs, if you liked them. One nice change is the Pleakley character. In the first two movies, he was just kind of there, but in the series, he gets many of the funniest lines. I'm talking about laugh out loud funny, too.
So, if you are a fan of Lilo and Stitch, check out the series! It's fun!
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