LILO and STITCH (with Erika Moen!): An Underrated, Progressive Classic


Disney’s LILO and STITCH is an unheralded classic! And we’re joined by ERIKA MOEN (Oh Joy Sex Toy! DAR! Bucko!) to celebrate it!

The three of us talk about what the movie meant to our 16 year old selves, what it means to us now, and how it beautifully tells the story of outsiders building their own family. Plus, we discuss its great representation of women of color, and its respect for authentic Hawaiian culture. Also, NUCLEAR BLOOD FAMILY.

We were absolutely delighted to be joined once again by Erika, especially after an attempted Emperor’s New Groove podcast that… didn’t record. But this one DID record. So enjoy it! Erika’s the smartest and best, and if you don’t already read it, make sure you check out every tuesday! You can also support her stellar, sex positive cartooning on Patreon! Plus, find her collected works at Do all of those things – you won’t regret it.

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  1. Hi Chris & Brian! I loved watching Lilo and Stich as a child, your episode reminded me of my sweet memories 🙂 Really funny and just awesome work, guys! Please do more childhood classic series 😀
    Much Love from Italy!

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