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April 14, 2012 - June 15, 2012
"When life gives you lemons, extract the juice and use it to draw a treasure map in invisible ink. That really works! Seriously!" —Dipper on lemons
Smart and conventional, Dipper Pines can't wait to leave adolescence in the rear view mirror. A born adventurer at heart, Dipper can't sit still, and is always looking for the next riddle to solve. His scrupulous attention to detail comes in handy when he is off figuring out the mystery of the day, but sometimes his overzealousness leaves others questioning his credibility. He is wise beyond his years, and his refusal to sit still when there are puzzles to be solved leaves him restless in everyday situations. (Read more...)
June 16, 2012 - June 22, 2012
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"When life gives you lemons, draw faces on those lemons and wrap them in a blanket. Ta-daaa! Now you have Lemon babies." —Mabel on lemons
Mabel Pines is a buoyant and energetic optimist who skips through life with a braces-filled smile and an assortment of extremely colorful knit sweaters. It is her outgoing personality and fearless curiosity that comes in handy when Dipper needs help solving a mystery, even if she isn't always aware of it. Mabel lives in a world of pre-teen novels, and her fixation on finding her one true love occasionally lands her in sticky situations which ultimately require her brother's help. Still, despite the weirdness in Gravity Falls, Mabel is always a "glass half full" kind of girl. (Read more...)
Alex Hirsch is the creator, executive producer, and director of Gravity Falls. He voices Grunkle Stan and Soos. He is also the creative consultant of Fish Hooks, where he portrays Clamantha, and was the writer and storyboard artist for The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. He graduated from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) in Los Angeles County, California, in 2007. (Read more...)
June 23, 2012 - June 29, 2012
"We understand.. We will never forget you Mabel.... Because we are going to kidnap you!" —Jeff in Tourist Trapped
The Gnomes appear in the episode "Tourist Trapped" where they capture Mabel Pines to make her their queen. Dipper saves his sister from them. The book, 3, classifies them as "little men of the Gravity Falls Forest." There were no known weaknesses until Dipper and Mabel blew the gnomes away with a leaf blower. The gnomes were first disguised as "Norman" whom Dipper believed was a zombie. Mabel has a crush on them because she thought that "Norman" was a vampire. Their leader is Jeff. In the book 3, their creature number is 24. (Read more...)
Kristen Schaal (born January 24, 1978) is an American actress, model, writer and comedian, best known for her role as Mel in the HBO series Flight of the Conchords, as Louise in Bob's Burgers and as a contributor on The Daily Show. She is now starring in Gravity Falls. Schaal was born in Longmont, Colorado, to a Lutheran family of Dutch descent. She was raised on her family's cattle farm, in a rural area near Boulder. Her father is a construction worker and her mother is a secretary. Schaal also has a brother who is three years older. (Read more...)
Soos is a portly and lovable employee whose desire to be where the action is makes him an excellent resource for the twins when they need a ride about town. He likes to be in the center of the action, whether that’s tagging along on Dipper’s and Mabel’s adventures or helping Grunkle Stan with his latest scheme. Aside from the kids, he’s the only other person who sees all the strange things happening in Gravity Falls. (Read more...)
Jason Morgan Ritter (born February 17, 1980) is an American actor, son of the late actor John Ritter and actress Nancy Morgan. Ritter is probably best known for his role as Kevin Girardi in the television series Joan of Arcadia and as Sean Walker in the NBC series The Event. Ritter was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of Nancy Morgan and the late John Ritter, and the grandson of musician/actor Tex Ritter and Dorothy Fay. His stepmother is Amy Yasbeck. He has three siblings. (Read more...)
Wendy is an unusually tall high school girl with a part-time job at the Mystery Shack. Dipper has a crush on her. In the perspective of Dipper and Mabel, hanging out with Wendy can be fun, until her rambunctious teenage friends show up. She is voiced by Linda Cardellini, and is a supporting character in the show. She is first seen when Grunkle Stan asks her to put signs up in the woods. She is seen reading a magazine, and says it's too far away for her to do.(Read more...)
Pacifica Northwest is the most popular girl in Gravity Falls, Oregon. She is the great-great-granddaughter of the supposed founder of Gravity Falls, Nathaniel Northwest. However, he is soon revealed to be a fraud. Pacifica first appears in Double Dipper, where she competes with Mabel for the title of Party Queen at the Mystery Shack party. The crowd clearly favors Mabel; however, she is able to bribe and threaten her way to the top. She then leaves with a large part of the crowd to go to the after-party on her parents' boat.
In Irrational Treasure, she makes a speech for Pioneer Day, and insults Mabel for her silliness. She taunts Grunkle Stan when he's put in the stockade. She is later informed by Dipper that her great-great-grandfather, supposedly the founder of Gravity Falls, was a fraud. This causes her great worry, as it would discredit her entire family.(Read more...)
Waddles is Mabel's pet pig. She won him at the Mystery Fair in "The Time Traveler's Pig. Waddles' first appearance is with Mabel in the opening credits, where Mabel is hugging him. His official series debut is in "The Time Traveler's Pig", where Mabel wins him in a "Guess the Critter's Weight" game. She looked for a suitable pig when one said something that is either "Mabel" or "Doorbell." The pig, originally named "15-Poundie", was renamed Waddles (because he waddles when he walks). The bond between Mabel and Waddles is strengthened each time the twins travel through time, resulting in her spiraling into depression when she loses him to Pacifica Northwest in the only successful Dipper timeline. After realizing how much Waddles means to her, Dipper goes back in time and sacrifices his chance with Wendy to allow Mabel to re-win Waddles. To show her appreciation, Mabel sends Waddles to retrieve the caramel apple Robbie is sharing with his new girlfriend, Wendy.(Read more...)
(A voted cast member turned out to not be featured on the wiki, and therefore 'Keith Ferguson' was featured until the next week.)
March 11, 2013 - June 26, 2013
"Dipper, please, this is you you're talking about." —In "Double Dipper"
Tyrone is Dipper's first clone, excluding the arm, created by Dipper in the episode "Double Dipper."
Tyrone is created to help Dipper impress his crush, Wendy. Dipper was going to call him "Number 2", but he refuses to be called that and then suggests "the name he always wanted", Tyrone. He works at the ticket booth so Dipper can execute his plan to get Wendy to like him. When Robbie shows up, the two devise a plan to distract him by having two more clones steal his bike.
Stanford "Stan" Pines, better known as Grunkle Stan, is Mabel and Dipper's sly, cranky great uncle. He runs the Mystery Shack, a tourist trap full of questionable "oddities." While he's giving tours or sleeping on the couch, Dipper and Mabel are usually sneaking out to explore the town’s secrets, though Grunkle Stan may have some of his own mysterious secrets.
Mark "Thurop" Van Orman (born on April 26, 1976 in Norfolk, Virginia) is an American TV writer, director, producer, animator, storyboard artist, storyboard director, singer, and voice actor. He is the creator of the animated series The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, in which he voices the titular character, Flapjack. He voices Gideon Gleeful on Gravity Falls. (Read more...)
Robbie is a sarcastic, arrogant, goth teenager with a bad attitude who was Wendy's ex-boyfriend and serves as Dipper's biggest rival over her affections.
Dee Bradley Baker (born on August 31, 1962) is an American actor, voice actor, singer, former game show host, and comedian. He is well known for his portrayals of various animals in his voice acting. He is noted for his long-running-role as Klaus Heissler and Kisses in American Dad! (Read more...)
January 1, 2014 - February 28, 2014
"Our uncle transformed his house into a tourist trap he called 'The Mystery Shack.' The real mystery is why anyone came." —Dipper Pines[source]
The Mystery Shack is a tourist trap in Gravity Falls, which overcharges unlucky visitors. This museum is owned and inhabited by Grunkle Stan, and is the main house for Dipper and Mabel throughout the series. It is also their temporary home for the summer.
Brad Breeck is the series composer for Gravity Falls. Among the many pieces of music he's written for the show is the theme song, "Disco Girl," and "Don't Start Un-believing." (Read more...)
March 1, 2014 - May 21, 2014
There is a cryptogram during the credits of each episode. They use Caesar ciphers, Atbash ciphers, and the A1Z26 cipher. Episodes 1-6 use the Caesar cipher, Episodes 7-13 use Atbash ciphers, Episodes 14-19 use the A1Z26 cipher, and Episode 20 uses a Combined cipher (a combination of all three ciphers). Book 3 contains a Symbol substitution cipher. (Read more...)
Joe Pitt was a director and character designer on Gravity Falls. His name is the inspiration for Pitt Cola. He has also worked on The Princess and the Frog, Wreck-It Ralph, and Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film... (Read more...)
May 22, 2014 - July 9, 2014
The "Lamby Lamby Dance" is a dance and song that Dipper learned how to perform for his family. It involves the dancer wearing a lamb costume, and singing a small song... (Read more...)
Pitt Cola is a popular soft drink in Gravity Falls. Stan and Dipper are frequently seen drinking it, and empty cans of it can be seen around the Mystery Shack. One of its slogans is: "It's the Pitts!"... (Read more...)
Buddy "Bud" Gleeful is the father of Gideon Gleeful and the accompanist at the Tent of Telepathy. In addition to owning a factory that produces Li'l Gideon merchandise, Bud is a used car salesmen at Gleeful's Auto Sale.
Journal #3 is a cryptic journal owned by Dipper Pines. It is the third and presumably final installment in a series of books preceded by both Journal #1 and Journal #2. It contains an encyclopedic collection of information on the variety of paranormal and supernatural creatures living in Gravity Falls. (Read more...)
Dr. Stanford "Ford" Filbrick Pines, Ph.D., also known as The Author, is a paranormal investigator who came to Gravity Falls, Oregon, to study the huge concentration of supernatural activity in and around the town. After spending years of cataloging his research in a series of journals, he disappeared into an alternate dimension. His writings were left as the only evidence of his existence. (Read more...)
The Undead are one of the many creatures of Gravity Falls, Oregon. It is said that due to their pale skin and bad attitudes, they are often mistaken for teenagers. Initially thought to be invincible, they can be destroyed by singing a three-point harmony. (Read more...)
Creepy Letters from Lil' Gideon is a series of promotional advertisements for the series, Gravity Falls, is currently being aired on Disney XD. The promos feature a letter sent from Gideon Gleeful via Gravity Falls Maximum Security Prison, usually addressing a member of the Pines family or town in general. (Read more...)