One Piece (Dub) Episode 626
Since the show is continuing, it will have over 1000 episodes and not every episode is canon in One Piece. For people looking to skip filler, here's the watch order and filler episodes that can be skipped in One Piece. All these episodes can be skipped if the One Piece fans wish to, since they are not much important for the storyline.
One Piece (Dub) Episode 626
These arcs mentioned above are all filler. One interesting fact about One Piece is that only 10 percent of the show is filler. Which means someone who is new to the anime will still have to watch over 900 episodes to catch up with the weekly release.
experiment 626 StitchDisguised formTrue formMediaVoiced byChris Sanders
Frank Welker (growling noises)
Benjamin Diskin (Stitch!, Stitch & Ai)
First appearanceLilo & StitchFilmsLilo & Stitch
Stitch! The Movie
Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch
Leroy & Stitch
Television seriesLilo & Stitch: The Series
Stitch & Ai
Video gamesNearly all Lilo & Stitch video games
Kingdom Hearts series
Meteos: Disney Magic
Disney TH!NK Fast
Kinect: Disneyland Adventures
Disney Infinity series
Disney Magical World
Disney Magical World 2
Disney Tsum Tsum
Disney Emoji Blitz
Disney Crossy Road
Disney Magical Dice
Disney Magic Kingdoms
Disney Heroes: Battle Mode
Disney Epic Quest
Disney Tsum Tsum Festival
Disney Sorcerer's Arena
Disney Getaway Blast
Disney Star Smash
Disney POP TOWN (costume)
Disney My Little Doll
Disney Dreamlight Valley
Lilo & Stitch: The Series episodesAll episodesStitch! episodesAll episodesStitch & Ai episodesAll episodesGeneral informationSpeciesGenetic experimentGenderMaleNicknames and aliasesLittle Monster (by Pleakley)
626 (by Jumba, Hämsterviel and Gantu)
Boojiboo (by Angel)
Trog or Abomination (by Gantu)
Blue raccoon (by Yamato Meison)
OccupationLilo's "pet"/best friend
Captain of the B.R.B. 9000 (Leroy & Stitch)
Yuna's best friend (Stitch!)
Ai's "pet"/best friend (Stitch & Ai)
Part of Yamato's army (Stitch & the Samurai)
Pod colorUnknown; Stitch has never been dehydrated into pod formOriginal functionTo cause chaos and destructionTrue placeWith LiloAbilitiesSuper strength
Improved sense of smell
Limited poison resistance
Can climb walls and ceilings
Retractable body parts
High dexterity with four arms
Contortion (can roll up into a ball)
Sonar blasts due to sensitive hearing
Finite lifting limit of three-thousand times his size and weight
Ingesting certain chemical compounds causes training loss
ʻOhana (both the concept and his family)
His "cousins" (almost all of them)
Food and drink (especially coconut cake and coffee)
Playing the guitar
Compassion and acceptance
Causing mischief, mayhem, and destruction
The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Anderson
Loneliness and rejection
Harm and/or threats to his family
The TV show Look at This!
He is also affected by fourteen experiments' powers: Amnesio wipes out his memory; Babyfier turns him into a baby (along with Nani, Jumba, and Pleakley); Spike makes him goofy; Bugby turns him into an insect; Spooky turns into water and nearly drowns him (thus traumatizing him in the process until he overcomes it); Lax makes him lazy; Dupe clones him into four, weakening his strength; Frenchfry serves him unhealthy meals (along with Lilo and Pleakley) and fattens him up into a giant bowling ball; Swapper switches Stitch and Lilo's minds; Yaarp blasts his megaphone, temporarily deafening Stitch; Snooty sucks out his mucus, temporarily putting him out of commission; Swirly hypnotizes him; Drowsy (in the episode "PJ") puts him to sleep; and Houdini makes him invisible. He also meets Experiment 624 (Angel), who is introduced as a love interest for Stitch.
Stitch's ears both have a little notch missing, though both in different places (although in Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch, it was shown that he initially had pierced ears); his lower left ear and upper right ear have a triangular piece of flesh that is missing from them. He has got large black eyes that turn green when using his night vision, red when using infrared vision, bright green when using x-ray vision, purple when using ultraviolet vision, and white when using binocular vision.
With over 1,000 episodes to watch, not to mention the various films, specials, OVAs and shorts that are also available, it can be a pretty daunting task in working out how to watch One Piece in order.
In total, you could stay up for two weeks straight and still not have time to binge through this entire saga of over 100 episodes. And that doesn't even include the upcoming One Piece live-action adaptation. In comparison, watching Dragon Ball in order would be significantly quicker, with just over 600 episodes.
As there are over 1,000 episodes to watch, you might be tempted to jump in at a later starting point, but to really enjoy the full experience properly, we do recommend starting at the very beginning and watching One Piece in chronological order.
Alternatively, you could just skip the following filler episodes, instead. While the arcs mentioned above don't add much to the One Piece storyline and canon, they are still entertaining. However, these episodes are slightly different. Anime often use episodes to recap past adventures and give the animators a chance to breathe, so you're not really missing out if these particular episodes don't make it onto your watchlist. Here's a look at the One Piece filler episodes:
If you really want to whizz through One Piece for a taste of what it's like, you could also focus solely on the 15 films that have been released to date. This isn't ideal, though, as a lot happens in the regular episodes between each movie. Still, if that's all you've got time for, here are all the One Piece movies in order of release, as well as how they relate to the main show.
Another option you have is to watch it on Funimation, which has the Japanese dub, and up to Season 9 or the Fish-Man Island Saga dubbed in English as well (the English dub does require a subscription for most episodes though). 041b061a72