It appears again in "Summerween," when the twins, Grenda, and Candy try to prevent Old Man McGucket from blowing out the light in his Jack-o'-melon. They succeed, only to accidentally put it out themselves with their sighs of relief.
In "Society of the Blind Eye," the twins, Soos and Wendy go there to question McGucket, who is seen trying to get rid of Nate and Lee, who were vandalizing his home. After Dipper and the gang confront McGucket, they leave to go to the Gravity Falls Museum of History.
In "Not What He Seems," the junkyard is among the locations affected by the gravitational anomalies caused by the Universe portal. Its interior is later seen again as McGucket is packing up to leave before the "apocalypse" happens.
The place is surrounded by a wooden fence, and there is a large sign over the entrance that says "Keep Out." In "Society of the Blind Eye," the sign has graffiti on it saying "It's a real dump!" It is filled with deposited and discarded cars and other metal materials, which are mostly kept in boxes. There's also a doghouse.
- 207. "Society of the Blind Eye"
- 211. "Not What He Seems"
- 220. "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls"
- In pre-production stages, the junkyard was referred to as "Old Man McGucket's car graveyard."
- Old Man McGucket's car is seen in PinesQuest, but the car is in the forest.
- In "The Legend of the Gobblewonker," Old Man McGucket says he learned to operate a stick shift with his beard, and in PinesQuest, when you go to the car, it reads that he learned to operate the stick shift with his beard.
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