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** Another theory is that [[spoiler: Stan and Ford's father Filbrick was actually possessed by Bill, whose manipulations ensured the twins would have a falling out and wind up creating the Rift that frees him. Of course, this theory hinges on the fact that we've never seen Filbrick without his glasses.]]

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** Another theory is that [[spoiler: Stan and Ford's father Filbrick was actually possessed by Bill, whose manipulations ensured the twins would have a falling out and wind up creating the Rift that frees him. Of course, this theory hinges on the fact that [[MemeticMutation we've never seen Filbrick without his glasses.]]]]]]


** A vocal part of the fandom semi-regularly describes Mabel using the words "Savior" and "Messiah." There was a tag at one point called [=OnlyHero!Mabel=], an actual prediction of the end of the series involving Dipper being [[RonTheDeathEater the secret true villain of Gravity Falls]] that only Mabel can save everyone from. While Mabel ''is'' an AllLovingHero, this is still a pretty obvious {{Flanderization}} of her (and her brother's) character, which ignores her flaws.

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** A vocal part of the fandom semi-regularly describes Mabel using the words "Savior" and "Messiah." There was a tag at one point called [=OnlyHero!Mabel=], an actual prediction of the end of the series involving Dipper being [[RonTheDeathEater the secret true villain of Gravity Falls]] that only Mabel can save everyone from. While Mabel ''is'' an AllLovingHero, this is still a pretty obvious {{Flanderization}} of her (and her brother's) character, which ignores her flaws. [[spoiler:It also becomes HilariousInHindsight, considering that in the actual ending of the show it's Mabel who ends up the weak point that Bill exploits to almost end the world in a scenario that could be compared to Eve and the Snake.]]


** Goths: Robbie is one who lives in a funeral home, hates his parents, and has no outside relationships.

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** Goths: The emo subculture: Robbie is one who lives in a funeral home, hates his parents, and has no outside relationships.


** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. From critics' perspective, this writing choice to appease Mabel's selfishness at Dipper's expense, rather than confront and address the underlying character flaws that caused the conflict, further cast into doubt whether Mabel actually earned the resolution she was given or even truly cared about the negative affects her selfishness has on others. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the latter with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].

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** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. From critics' perspective, this writing choice to appease Mabel's selfishness at Dipper's expense, rather than confront and address the underlying character flaws that caused the conflict, further cast into doubt whether Mabel actually earned the resolution she was given or even truly cared about the negative affects effect of her selfishness has flaws on others.others enough to change. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the latter with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].


** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. From critics' perspective, this writing choice to appease Mabel's selfishness at Dipper's expense, rather than confront and address the underlying character flaws that caused the conflict, further cast into doubt whether Mabel actually earned the resolution she was given or even truly cared about the negative affects of her selfishness enough to try to change. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the latter with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].

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** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. From critics' perspective, this writing choice to appease Mabel's selfishness at Dipper's expense, rather than confront and address the underlying character flaws that caused the conflict, further cast into doubt whether Mabel actually earned the resolution she was given or even truly cared about the negative affects of her selfishness enough to try to change.has on others. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the latter with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].


** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. From critics' perspective, this writing choice to appease Mabel's selfishness at Dipper's expense, rather than confront and address the underlying character flaws that caused the conflict, further cast into doubt whether Mabel actually earned the resolution she was given or even truly realized she was in the wrong. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the former with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].

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** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. From critics' perspective, this writing choice to appease Mabel's selfishness at Dipper's expense, rather than confront and address the underlying character flaws that caused the conflict, further cast into doubt whether Mabel actually earned the resolution she was given or even truly realized she was in cared about the wrong. negative affects of her selfishness enough to try to change. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the former latter with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].


** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. From critics' perspective, this writing choice to appease Mabel's selfishness at Dipper's expense, rather than confront and address the underlying character flaws that caused the conflict, further cast into doubt whether Mabel actually earned the resolution she was given. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the former with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].

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** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. From critics' perspective, this writing choice to appease Mabel's selfishness at Dipper's expense, rather than confront and address the underlying character flaws that caused the conflict, further cast into doubt whether Mabel actually earned the resolution she was given.given or even truly realized she was in the wrong. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the former with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].


** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. This appeasement, rather than addressing the flaw that caused the conflict, further caused fans to doubt whether Mabel learned anything at all. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the former with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].

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** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her actions, she only leaves once Dipper [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her as she wishes]]. This appeasement, From critics' perspective, this writing choice to appease Mabel's selfishness at Dipper's expense, rather than addressing confront and address the flaw underlying character flaws that caused the conflict, further caused fans to cast into doubt whether Mabel learned anything at all.actually earned the resolution she was given. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the former with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].


** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze time to avoid growing up]] come off as a continuation of this as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness: she became an UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom and got trapped in a LotusEaterMachine that seemingly made her unaware of her role, and only leaves once Dipper reassures her that [[spoiler:he's returning home with her and will turn down the apprenticeship]]. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the former with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].

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** Mabel Pines is narratively depicted as an AllLovingHero and NiceGirl, but had enough InnocentlyInsensitive and AllTakeAndNoGive moments that some viewers questioned her kindness. The latter is brought into the spotlight in "Sock Opera", where Bill exploits Dipper's determination and gives Mabel a JerkassRealization that [[AesopAmnesia didn't quite stick]]. This left some fans feeling that her later unknowing DealWithTheDevil in "Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future" to [[spoiler: freeze Gravity Falls in time to avoid growing up]] come off as prevent people and situations around her from changing in ways that upset her]] was a continuation of this the flaws she never grew out of as opposed to a MomentOfWeakness: she became an UnwittingInstigatorOfDoom and got trapped MomentOfWeakness. After getting put in a LotusEaterMachine that seemingly made [[LotusEaterMachine magic bubble prison]] designed to mimic her unaware idea of a perfect world, which shielded her and only her from the horrifying consequences of her role, and actions, she only leaves once Dipper reassures her that [[spoiler:he's returning home [[spoiler:promises to rescind his acceptance of Ford's apprenticeship in order to stay with her and will turn down as she wishes]]. This appeasement, rather than addressing the apprenticeship]].flaw that caused the conflict, further caused fans to doubt whether Mabel learned anything at all. ''ComicBook/GravityFallsLostLegends'' addresses the former with an AuthorsSavingThrow, where after Weirdmageddon, she [[spoiler: nearly gets stuck on a planet with other lost Mabels, admits to them that she "caused an entire apocalypse just to get one more day of summer" and promises to never be selfish again if she can get back to her dimension, and apologizes to Dipper for being self-centered during their summer vacation]].


** The girls in "Roadside Attraction" are supposed to be justifiably upset with Dipper flirting with others behind their backs in an allegory for infidelity. But they only had one simple, non-romantic conversation with him, gave Dipper their numbers to keep in touch, and really had no expectations to ever see him again, making this reaction come off as grossly excessive. Mabel angrily calling Dipper "''Betrayer!''" when he tries to apologize is hypocritical, not only because her EstablishingCharacterMoment of the pilot is her ''aggressively'' flirting with multiple guys (to the point where one runs away in fear) and her multiple simultaneous crushes, but also because as she had previously [[ShipperOnDeck made Dipper a list of possible rebound crushes]]. Candy's more justifiable anger due to her crush on Dipper is hurt by her failure to see how clearly uncomfortable Dipper was with her [[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace very forward advances]].

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** The girls in "Roadside Attraction" are supposed to be justifiably upset with Dipper for flirting with others multiple girls behind their backs in an allegory for infidelity. But they each girl only had one simple, non-romantic conversation interaction with him, gave Dipper their numbers to keep in touch, and really had no expectations to ever see him again, making this reaction come off as grossly excessive. Mabel angrily calling Dipper "''Betrayer!''" when he tries to apologize is hypocritical, not only because her EstablishingCharacterMoment of the pilot is her ''aggressively'' flirting with multiple guys (to the point where one runs away in fear) and because of her multiple simultaneous crushes, crushes throughout the series, but also because as she had previously [[ShipperOnDeck made Dipper a list of possible rebound crushes]]. Candy's more justifiable anger due to her crush on Dipper is hurt by her failure to see how clearly uncomfortable Dipper was with her [[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace very forward advances]].


** The girls in "Roadside Attraction" are supposed to be justifiably upset with Dipper flirting with others behind their backs in an allegory for infidelity. But they only had one simple, non-romantic conversation with him, gave Dipper their numbers to keep in touch, and really had no expectations to ever see him again, making this reaction come off as grossly excessive. Mabel angrily calling Dipper "''Betrayer!''" when he tries to apologize is hypocritical, not only because her EstablishingCharacterMoment of the pilot is her ''aggressively'' flirting with multiple guys (to the point where one runs away in fear), but also because as she had previously [[ShipperOnDeck made Dipper a list of possible rebound crushes]]. Candy's more justifiable anger due to her crush on Dipper is hurt by her failure to see how clearly uncomfortable Dipper was with her [[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace very forward advances]].

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** The girls in "Roadside Attraction" are supposed to be justifiably upset with Dipper flirting with others behind their backs in an allegory for infidelity. But they only had one simple, non-romantic conversation with him, gave Dipper their numbers to keep in touch, and really had no expectations to ever see him again, making this reaction come off as grossly excessive. Mabel angrily calling Dipper "''Betrayer!''" when he tries to apologize is hypocritical, not only because her EstablishingCharacterMoment of the pilot is her ''aggressively'' flirting with multiple guys (to the point where one runs away in fear), fear) and her multiple simultaneous crushes, but also because as she had previously [[ShipperOnDeck made Dipper a list of possible rebound crushes]]. Candy's more justifiable anger due to her crush on Dipper is hurt by her failure to see how clearly uncomfortable Dipper was with her [[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace very forward advances]].


** The girls in "Roadside Attraction" are supposed to be justifiably upset with Dipper flirting with others behind their backs in an allegory for infidelity. But they only had one simple, non-romantic conversation with him, gave Dipper their numbers to keep in touch, and really had no expectations to ever see him again, making this reaction come off as grossly excessive. Mabel angrily calling Dipper "''Betrayer!''" when he tries to apologize is hypocritical as she has multiple crushes and previously [[ShipperOnDeck supported this such she made him a list of rebound crushes]]. Candy's more justifiable anger due to her crush on Dipper is hurt by her failure to see how uncomfortable Dipper was with her [[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace advances]].

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** The girls in "Roadside Attraction" are supposed to be justifiably upset with Dipper flirting with others behind their backs in an allegory for infidelity. But they only had one simple, non-romantic conversation with him, gave Dipper their numbers to keep in touch, and really had no expectations to ever see him again, making this reaction come off as grossly excessive. Mabel angrily calling Dipper "''Betrayer!''" when he tries to apologize is hypocritical as she has hypocritical, not only because her EstablishingCharacterMoment of the pilot is her ''aggressively'' flirting with multiple crushes and guys (to the point where one runs away in fear), but also because as she had previously [[ShipperOnDeck supported this such she made him Dipper a list of possible rebound crushes]]. Candy's more justifiable anger due to her crush on Dipper is hurt by her failure to see how clearly uncomfortable Dipper was with her [[NoSenseOfPersonalSpace very forward advances]].


** Blendin Blandin loses his career with the TimePolice ''and'' arrested due to [[StableTimeLoop causing the time anomalies he was supposed to fix]] due to Dipper and Mabel "borrowing" his TimeMachine. But this happened because Blendin was bad at his job; failing to stay hidden, easily tricked into removing his time machine, causing the anomalies trying to get it back. When Dipper and Mabel lean what happened, they feel sorry for Blendin and make the Time Police give him another chance, with which he's tricked by [[spoiler:Bill Cipher]] into helping bring [[ApocalypseHow/ClassX4 Weirdmageddon]]. ''Literature/GravityFallsJournal3'' reveals this was due to the Time Police taunting him which [[ExactWords he was promised would stop]], but Blendin ultimately brought much of this upon himself with his ineptitude and bad judgement.

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** Blendin Blandin loses his career with the TimePolice ''and'' arrested due to [[StableTimeLoop causing the time anomalies he was supposed to fix]] due to Dipper and Mabel "borrowing" his TimeMachine. But this happened because Blendin was bad at his job; failing to stay hidden, easily tricked into removing his time machine, causing the anomalies trying to get it back. When Dipper and Mabel lean learn what happened, they feel sorry for Blendin and make the Time Police give him another chance, with which he's tricked by [[spoiler:Bill Cipher]] into helping bring [[ApocalypseHow/ClassX4 Weirdmageddon]]. ''Literature/GravityFallsJournal3'' reveals this was due to the Time Police taunting him which [[ExactWords he was promised would stop]], but Blendin ultimately brought much of this upon himself with his ineptitude and bad judgement.

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