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Radar: Gravity Falls
Along with the supernatural and paranormal occurrences, it seems that the radar seems to be a little sketchy as well. Considering some people who worked on certain shows worked on Gravity Falls, this isn't that surprising.

"Tourist Trapped"
  • The statue of Sasquatch wearing underwear is titled "Sascrotch". It's even said out loud. Really, Disney?
  • The gnomes' plan for Mabel to marry all of them. She's just twelve, and it's mentioned that there's at least a thousand of them. You do the math.
  • Mabel practices kissing with a leaf blower.

"The Legend of the Gobblewonker"
  • When Stan is getting the milk out of the fridge, the cow on the carton seems very ... enthusiastic about giving milk.
  • "Who wants to put on some blindfolds and get into my car?!"
    • Made even worse because it was "Family Bonding Day".
    • Dipper's line of "Wait; what?" doesn't help matters.
  • There's also the bit where he's trying to befriend a little boy, who is chased off by his parents later in the episode.
  • And then this amazing line:
    "I thought you kids were playing Spin the Bottle with Soos!"
  • After Dipper asks her to imagine what she could do with five hundred dollars, Mabel has an Imagine Spot in which she buys a human-sized hamster ball. She then fantasizes about rolling up next to two boys in their car and hitting on them, saying "You can look, but you can't touch." before rolling away.
  • Most of the stuff with the beavers.

"Headhunters"

"The Hand That Rocks the Mabel"
  • Gideon playing with a doll of himself.
  • Mabel bending over Soos in The Tag looks kinda suggestive until he turns around.
  • When Gideon's father offers Stan Columbian coffee, Stan replies that he once got arrested there. Make of that what you will.

"The Inconveniencing"
  • The Smile Dip pretty obviously makes Mabel high. It's not even subtle...
  • The Lamby Lamby Dance Song gets away with the use of the word, "mammy." (Then again, the word is also literally an old-fashioned variant on "mother" that's still used without offensive connotation in parts of the world today. So YMMV.)

"Dipper vs. Manliness"
  • The whole episode is pretty much about Dipper wanting chest hair. Not to mention that, at one point, one of the manotaurs said he has fists for nipples. He even said the word "nipples". And then we get a close-up.
    • This was edited out of the episode's re-runs for a while, but they eventually put it back. Nipple-fists for all!
  • How this line got past the censors, the world will never know...
    Dipper: So what if I don't have hair in certain places?!
    • Also, one of the Manotaurs is named Pubeator.
  • Instead of genitals, the Multibear's crotches have bear heads. note 
  • After Mabel gets her Eureka moment on how to get Grunkle Stan and Lazy Susan together...
    Mabel: Grunkle Stan, come with me to the diner! And leave your pants at home!
    Stan: With pleasure!
  • Dipper wants to prove his manliness on one of those grip-strength measuring machines.
    Dipper: Time to man-handle this... man-handle.
  • The biker was looking at a stuffed hairy bass, and asked if there are any other animals like it.
  • There's a rather dark moment when the old Manotaur is eaten. And unlike the Summerween episode he doesn't come back, so he's probably dead.

"Double Dipper"
  • Dipper scraps a name he chose for his clone named "Tyrone".
    Dipper: I shall call you "Number 2"!
    Tyrone: Definitely not...

"Irrational Treasure"
  • The eighth and a half President of the United States makes Mabel a Congressman. Mabel's response?
    Mabel: I'm legalizing everything!
  • Also in this episode:
    Dipper: Okay, look out for booby traps.
    Mabel: Hah! Booby traps.
  • Apparently it is legal for the people of Gravity Falls to marry woodpeckers. The implications of a man marrying a woodpecker (and on a Disney show, no less!) are...something.
  • "If you're watching this, then you are one of the eight people in these United States with clearance to view this information. In fact, I myself will be shot as soon as the filming is complete. (looks offscreen) What? No? Hah! Well, that's a relief!"
  • At the the end, Trembley tells the twins about the time George Washington chased him around and spanked him for three hours.
    "Bottom line, George Washington was a jerk."
    • Anything Trembley does really. He's the reason you can marry a woodpecker, and issued the Depantsipation Proclamation. Meaning he himself spends the episode in a pair of old-timey underpants.

"The Time-Traveler's Pig"
  • Mabel and Dipper get their hands on a time machine. When discussing what points in time to go to, Mabel has this suggestion:
    Mabel: We should get two dodos and force them to make out!
  • Also in that episode Robbie wants to show Wendy his new tight pants. And then he thrusts.
  • At the fair, there's a Tunnel of Love and Corn Dogs.
  • When Dipper and Mabel wind up in pioneer days, they meet a pregnant woman surrounded by a bunch of kids. Her name? "Fertillia".

"Fight Fighters"
  • It should be pointed out that the last few words that Mabel has Rumble read off the cards are...
    Rumble: (from card) Poop. Poop and Butts.
  • "Studies show that keeping a ladder in your house is more dangerous than a loaded gun. That's why I own ten guns, just in case some maniac tries to sneak in with a ladder." For a Disney show, Gravity Falls mentions guns and shooting quite often.

"Summerween"
  • The Trickster actually eats one child on-screen He is shown as alive when the Trickster dies, however.
    • "I've been twamatized!"
  • Near the end, Stan readies for his bath and his bathrobe drops to the floor. Two kids to walk in on him, scream in horror, and run away. It's shown a few seconds later that he was still wearing boxers, but the implication couldn't have been clearer.
  • When Mabel is showing the scrapbook pictures where she and Dipper dress in twin-themed costumes, the first two are adorable combinations while the last picture shows the two dressed as zombies with Dipper "eating" a cord of Mabel's intestine with red fake blood in the background. It's only there for a second, which is probably how they got it on air in the first place.
  • On a poster for Tambry's party, there is a warning that says nothing better end up online. What exactly do the kids do at these parties...?
    • The poster also originally said "Bottles will be spun", but Standards and Practice disagreed with a Spin the Bottle reference (despite 'Spin the Bottle' actually being said out loud in an earlier episode), so it was replaced with "Not S&P approved".
  • Soos kills The Trickster by chest-bursting out of it and eating its heart.
  • Wendy saying that the party ended early because Robbie ate a particular candy "first" and had to go home sick. This sounds an awful lot like the old standard about pacing yourself when you drink alcohol.

"Boss Mabel"
  • "If you throw money at him, he dances!"
    • Made even funnier by the fact that, at that time, Dipper had been forced into a half-naked wolf-boy costume.
  • In one point, Stan wins the Cash Shower on a game show he is on. Let's just say he takes "shower" a little bit too seriously and leave it at that.
    Cash Wheel Host: Uh, Mr. Pines, you don't need to take your clothes off—go to commercial! GO TO COMMERCIAL! (runs up to the camera and covers it just as Stan takes his undies off).

"Bottomless Pit!"

"The Deep End"
  • Wendy boasts about her assistant lifeguard position, claiming she has "the best seat in the house." Dipper loudly replies "Yeah, you do!"
  • Mabel successfully distracts Dipper by claiming Wendy is standing behind him wearing a bikini.
    Dipper: Really?! At night?!
  • "Continue licking!"
  • Mabel takes a photo of Dipper giving Mermando "reverse CPR".
    • Although she does it for the blackmail value, which isn't much better...
  • The fence-posts around the pool look VERY phallic...
    • Not to mention that Poolcheck's package is very...defined in several scenes.
  • Also the gay subtext with the two cops again. One scene of them rubbing suntan lotion on each other, and Blubs's line, "With you, every day is a dream" as he places his hand tenderly on the deputy's shoulder....

"Carpet Diem"
  • Stan telling Mabel (in Dipper's body) about "the birds and the bees."
    Stan: It all begins with this little fella, the pituitary gland. He may be little but he has big plans!
    (Later)
    Stan: And now you know where babies come from!
    (Mabel as) Dipper: Goodbye, childhood.
    • Not to mention the whole reason he gives The Talk is because he thinks Dipper is spying on the girls' sleepover. He even says "Oh, you're at that creepy age where you like to spy on girls." Or words to that effect.
  • The age-inappropriate romance novels Grenda brings to the sleepover.
  • After the first sleepover. Mabel wakes up with "Party Gurl" written on her forehead, Candy is duct taped to the ceiling, and Grenda comes out of a small closet, covered with kiss-shaped lipstick marks, and says:
    Grenda: I don't know what I was kissing in there, but I have no regrets!
  • Soos, after being burned multiple times, says the last one started to feel good.
  • Old Man McGucket, after switching bodies with Candy, starts dancing around and saying "I regained my innocence!"

"Boyz Crazy"
  • Robbie asks Wendy to join him at Lookout Point.
    • And, to Robbie's "surprise", they ended up alone, in a car, up there.
  • "Grenda Time".
  • After telling Dipper an anecdote from the '70s, Stan notes that his memories get a little "hallucination-y" at the end.
    • He's also rather fixated on his ex-girlfriend's hot pants.
  • The guy from the Boy Band who gets very into kissing a tree during The Tag.
    "Dang girl."

"Land Before Swine"

"Dreamscaperers"
  • "Stan-Vac: It sucks more than anything! *beat* Gotta work on that."
  • The blood-splattered pages in the journal for Bill.
  • Soos: This is Stan's mind? I figured there'd be a lot more hot old ladies.
  • This episode features a child summoning a demon, even referring to him as such.
  • The British Dog Man asks Soos, "Who's crike for a stick in the pudding?"

"Gideon Rises"
  • Dipper's nose was bleeding when a robot version of Gideon knocked him onto the edge of a cliff and into a rock, marking the first instance of realnote  blood in the show.
  • Not only do we see Jeff the gnome bathing in squirrels, but after tossing Mabel and Dipper out of the shack he calls more over to jump in his pants. Who ever was censoring this episode was in a coma.
    • He even has a bottle of lotion next to him.
  • The way Bud pronounces his 'th's like 'd's makes it sound like he's saying "Shouldn't you be celebrating Gideon Land instead of stickin' your head in that damn book all day?"
  • Maybel finds "miscelanious fluids" under the seat during a game of "bus seat treasure hunt".
  • Dipper's No Holds Barred Beat Down of Gideon.
    • Especially when one considers that it's a straight up fist fight with no fantastic elements like super powers. (Besides the fact that they're in a robot.) Usually when that happens it's A Very Special Episode where the kids learn not to fight, but here Dipper straight up punching someone saved the day.
  • A despondent Grunkle Stan orders "your strongest, most expired cider." When cider ferments it becomes alcoholic.

"Dipper's Guide to the Unexplained"
  • Dipper tried to spy on Stan in the shower to see his tattoo.
  • After Dipper discovered that tiny alien-like creatures were actually controlling the left-sided man, they all committed suicide. Right there on the screen.
    • Even worse, one tries to get out of it, saying "I can't do this man, I have a family". Then we watch as his boss tells him he knew what he signed up for, and shoves the pill in his mouth.
  • Soos asks the all knowing mail-box what his dream woman would be. It spits out a picture of a body builder babe and when Soos sees it he says "Whoa, hot tamales! Save that one for the archives!" as he tucks it into his shirt.

Mabel's Guide To Life
  • In the "Mabel's Guide To Fashion" short, Old Man McGuckett can be spitting something, possibly tobacco, into a bucket.
  • In the "Mabel's Guide To Art" intro, one of the many fun activities Mabel has to show us is "milking things". She also attempts to milk a dog.

Fixin' It With Soos
  • In the second short, Soos attempts to fix a broken cuckoo clock, which he describes as, "Tore up from the floor up."
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