Experiment #509- SproutExperiment #509- Sprout (2003) Season 1 Episode 111- Disney's Lilo & Stitch Cartoon Episode Guide
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- Disney's Lilo & Stitch Cartoon Episode Guide
- Walt Disney Television Animation
- Distributed by: Buena Vista Television
- Cartoon Characters: Lilo, Stitch, Nani, Jumba, Mr. Pleakley, Experiment 625, Sprout, Myrtle.
- Originally Released in 2003.
- Season: 1
- Running Time: 30 minutes.
Lilo makes a bet with her enemy Mertle that her orchid will win the fair, but the problem is that Lilo knows nothing of orchids and the work that it takes to create one. She rushes over to Pleakley and begs him to help her. He offers his apologies but tells her of all the work it takes to grow an orchid. Lilo is very upset, as she has bet that if she loses she cannot visit a private beach the children frequent for a full week.
Meanwhile, Stitch is practicing for the local rodeo competition. Upset by the turn of events, Lilo activates the experiment that turns out to be an Agricultural plant that looks much like a Venus flytrap and eats like one, too. All goes well until the plant begins to eat and eat and eat, as it eats it grows in size until no one in town is safe. Lilo looks for a container that can hold the experiment and prevent it from growing any larger.
In the end with Stitches help she gets the experiment to live in the confining water tower that looks like a pineapple. Stitch loses his rodeo because of leaving to help Lilo in her mission. The cowboy who won teaches Lilo a valuable lesson by insisting that Stitch would have won if he hadn't had to leave and awards him the prize. Lilo takes a page from this lesson and though she was awarded the prize for her plant she gives it to Mertle and gives up one week on the beach to her. In the end she learns that hard work deserves to be rewarded honestly.
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