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13th Feb '16 10:22:48 AM brolaf
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* The tie was created to hide Ronald Reagan's Alzheimer's.
12th Feb '16 6:01:30 AM BenjaminHua
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** Or lost and wandering tourists in the area of the Mystery Shack that succumbed to the horrors of Gravity Falls.
12th Feb '16 5:57:44 AM BenjaminHua
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** This maybe a bit of a [[FridgeBrilliance smart]][[LamePun move]] of the Shape Shifter in hindsight to be freed.
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** This maybe a bit of a [[FridgeBrilliance smart]][[LamePun smart]] [[LamePun move]] of the Shape Shifter in hindsight to be freed.
12th Feb '16 5:55:49 AM BenjaminHua
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** This maybe a bit of a [[FridgeBrilliance smart]][[LamePun move]] of the Shape Shifter in hindsight to be freed.
12th Feb '16 5:42:42 AM BenjaminHua
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** Mabel's nervousness, on the other hand, foreshadows how [[spoiler:she's the one who breaks the "we won't end up like them" pact: she ''does'' repeat their mistakes, ironically ''[[SelfFulfillingProphecy because]]'' of her paranoia over their relationship dissolving and her inability to handle ''any'' distance between them due to that paranoia.]]
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** Mabel's nervousness, on the other hand, foreshadows how [[spoiler:she's the one who breaks the "we won't end up like them" pact: she ''does'' repeat their mistakes, ironically ''[[SelfFulfillingProphecy because]]'' of her paranoia over their relationship dissolving and her inability to handle ''any'' distance between them due to that paranoia. She is indeed like her Grunkle Stanley Pines.]]
12th Feb '16 5:37:01 AM BenjaminHua
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** Even pulling a CrowningMomentOfAwesome in rectifying a lie he told Mabel and threw punches to the pterodactyl with Waddles in tow.
12th Feb '16 5:22:41 AM BenjaminHua
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** [[spoiler: Yes, apparently; upon the twins, Wendy and Soos' return to the shack, it was commented it was like how they had left it and inside is Grunkle Stan and those that realized the shack is indeed safe from the weirdness waves and bubbles.]]
12th Feb '16 5:05:02 AM BenjaminHua
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* Mabel, though always wearing a different patterned sweater, is always seen wearing a nightgown with a 3.5 floppy disk on it before bed, perhaps saving at the end of each day in her mind.
10th Feb '16 7:57:59 PM Ekelai
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* As discouraging it was to see Dipper take back his decision to be Ford's apprentice to get Mabel to leave Mabeland, there's actually a valid reason why the apprenticeship may not be the best thing, beyond the pat "Dipper's a Jerk For Wanting to Leave Mabel"; Escapism. Throughout the series, there's been a subtle theme of how ignoring the things that make you uncomfortable only makes life harder to deal with. Dipper's attempts to use Gravity Falls' weirdness to his benefit (Magic clones arranging a dance with Wendy, time-travel to undo an event he doesn't like, bringing a video game character to life in order to fight off a bully) backfired or had negative repercussions. Mabel's preference to live life according to her wacky fantasies have caused their own problems (In the first episode, she wanted an epic romance so badly that she went to a secluded location with a strange guy she only knew for less than a day). Stan's determination to ignore the town's anomalies resulted in refusing to take Dipper's claims of monsters seriously, leading him to involve Agents Powers and Trigger which nearly led to the Pines Family breaking apart. The Society of the Blind Eye was formed because [=McGucket=] couldn't deal with the things he saw working with Ford, and led to the town's retardation. Mabeland, born from Mabel's attempt to freeze time and avoid growing up, is the biggest escapism of all. It's acknowledged that if Dipper becomes Ford's full-time apprentice, he'd have to drop out of school. Ford's offered to home-school the kid, but that still means Dipper can avoid the one thing he's always had trouble dealing with, socialization. While researching Gravity Falls wouldn't be the easiest thing in the world, and is certainly dangerous, it's still something Dipper is more at ease with doing, as opposed to dealing with his peers and contemporaries, which was part of Mabel's argument that fantasy was better than reality. To her credit, Mabel seems just as uncomfortable as we are that Dipper is giving up something he loves for her sake once she comes to her senses. Hopefully, the series
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* As discouraging it was to see Dipper take back his decision to be Ford's apprentice to get Mabel to leave Mabeland, there's actually a valid reason why the apprenticeship may not be the best thing, beyond the pat "Dipper's a Jerk For Wanting to Leave Mabel"; Escapism. Throughout the series, there's been a subtle theme of how ignoring the things that make you uncomfortable only makes life harder to deal with. Dipper's attempts to use Gravity Falls' weirdness to his benefit (Magic clones arranging a dance with Wendy, time-travel to undo an event he doesn't like, bringing a video game character to life in order to fight off a bully) backfired or had negative repercussions. Mabel's preference to live life according to her wacky fantasies have caused their own problems (In the first episode, she wanted an epic romance so badly that she went to a secluded location with a strange guy she only knew for less than a day). Stan's determination to ignore the town's anomalies resulted in refusing to take Dipper's claims of monsters seriously, leading him to involve Agents Powers and Trigger which nearly led to the Pines Family breaking apart. The Society of the Blind Eye was formed because [=McGucket=] couldn't deal with the things he saw working with Ford, and led to the town's retardation. Mabeland, born from Mabel's attempt to freeze time and avoid growing up, is the biggest escapism of all. It's acknowledged that if Dipper becomes Ford's full-time apprentice, he'd have to drop out of school. Ford's offered to home-school the kid, but that still means Dipper can avoid the one thing he's always had trouble dealing with, socialization. While researching Gravity Falls wouldn't be the easiest thing in the world, and is certainly dangerous, it's still something Dipper is more at ease with doing, as opposed to dealing with his peers and contemporaries, which was part of Mabel's argument that fantasy was better than reality. To her credit, Mabel seems just as uncomfortable as we are that Dipper is giving up something he loves for her sake once she comes to her senses. Hopefully, senses. ** Of course, there is one problem with that - while Dipper was shown to have problems socializing in Piedmont, he's become much better at it in Gravity Falls. Notably, flashbacks show Dipper having very few friends in Piedmont, to the series point that Mabel received a bunch of cards on Valentine's Day while Dipper received not a single one. In Gravity Falls, however, Dipper has pushed himself to socialize more through his crush on Wendy, and as a result is not only friends with her but has been generally accepted as a pretty cool guy by basically all of her friends save Robbie, on top of the fact that he's found a friend who prefers ''not'' to tease him in Ford.
5th Feb '16 6:48:29 PM 1dominatio
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[[/folder]]h **That explains why did Soos's dad appeared even though he already forgot about him and replaced him with Stan, he expected him to get offended but underestimated the effects of weirdmaggedon. **Ditto for Wendy which she knows by fact her friends were captured by Bill. [[/folder]]
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