In all likelihood, you probably don't know what it's like to live in a place that most people only visit. Keeping this in mind, you can't help but be on Lilo's side when she fakes a tsunami warning to clear the beach of annoying tourists. Making all of these edits may have made for a more family-friendly film, but it did so at the price of de-toothing one of its main characters. When deadlines were tight, Stanton would toss some penciled butts and boobs Ditko's way to provide the inks, in return for a split of the proceeds and the chance to draw some porn, because hey, porn. In the theatrical edition of the movie, Lilo's house blows up because a carrot causes Jumba's gun to backfire. The family structure is threatened by a large, threatening social worker. But in the original cut , Stitch does this by hijacking a Maybe some Disney suit figured that this sober reflection of America might offend some mouth-breathers who wouldn't understand the irony of a white person being offended by white people being offensive. Here's "another bondage classic by Eric Stanton," Sweeter Gwen: An omnitool that includes an axe, a buzzsaw and a dart is inherently ridiculous and far removed from reality, but it was excised all the same in favor of something out of Tiny Toons. The finale was heavily revamped, and the setting of the climactic chase scene shifted from the city to the mountains, thus saving millions of parents everywhere from whispering under their breath "Oh The alien Jumba had just been fired from his mission that required him to use safe and clandestine methods to capture Stitch -- which he took to mean "Now I can use dangerous and loud methods to capture Stitch. Jumba's original Swiss Army Knife of Doom was goofy from the start. This will become uncomfortably appropriate in just a moment.