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    Robbie Stacey Valentino
"Yeah, I got some new, super tight jeans; thought she might want to check them out."
Voiced by: T.J. Miller

A friend of Wendy's, and a former rival of Dipper's for her affection. He is currently dating Tambry.

  • Bad Liar: Manipulative, certainly, but he's terrible at actual deception.
    Robbie: So I was attacked by this magic kung-fu guy that was throwing, like, balls of FIRE at me... [Proudly] I kicked his butt, though.
    Blind Ivan: [Clearly exasperated] Robbie, speak HONESTLY.
    Robbie: [Ashamed] ...I was saved by a 12-year-old.
    • Taken to ridiculous extremes in "The Love God''. After Wendy and her friends hear a brief snippet of a song he wrote about their breakup, he claims that it was written about another girl named Wendy. Nobody believes him for a second.
  • Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Tambry. Even before Mabel brought out the love potion, you could tell there was something there.
  • Birds of a Feather: In "The Love God", he ends up in a relationship with Tambry, a girl just as gloomy as he is.
  • Break the Haughty: His appearances in the first season collectively amount to this, and culminate in Wendy finally dumping him after he tries brainwashing her into staying with him.
  • Butt-Monkey: Has shown shades of this trope in his appearances in season 2 thus far.
  • Card-Carrying Villain: Downplayed. He's not a villain, just slightly antagonistic, though he isn't at all displeased in "The Love God" when Mabel tells him that she once thought of him as a creepy jerk and the "human version of rat poison."
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: Probably why he picks on Dipper so much for liking Wendy.
  • The Dandy: He does seem quite a bit metrosexual. Besides sporting Guyliner, he shows off his new jeans by striking a pose in "The Time Traveler's Pig," and in "The Love God," he references stealing Wendy's make-up.
    • In the final part of Weirdmageddon, Pacifica freaks out when her hair catches fire (in a manner mocking her vanity), and Robbie then freaks out in a similar fashion when his also catches fire.
    • In Dipper's and Mabel's Guide to Mystery and Nonstop Fun!, Mabel writes about Robbie, "He wears more makeup than I do!".
  • Dartboard of Hate: Has one in his room with Dipper's picture on it, with "Die Dipper Die" written next to it.
  • Dirty Coward: His immediate reaction to seeing his friends get attacked by ghosts in "The Inconveniencing" was to flee and save his own skin.
  • Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette: Has some of the palest skin in the cast, possibly even rivaling Gideon.
  • Embarrassing Middle Name: Robbie Stacey Valentino.
  • Emo Teen: He meets all criteria of the stereotype: Dark clothing, makeup, and he's in a band. Furthermore, Word of God is that after the breakup he's been taking angsty selfies in the cemetery (one such example seen in "Into the Bunker"), and he has angsty poetry written on the walls of his room.
  • Enfant Terrible: "Blendin's Game" shows that he was a Jerkass in his kindergarten years too. It might have just been a phase however, as the pictures of him shown in "Love God" show him starting off as a seemingly cheerful boy, and getting progressively darker as he gets older, until he reached his present state.
  • Everyone Has Standards: He's generally seen as a Jerkass, especially towards Dipper. Despite this, he couldn't bring himself to hit the latter, even when Dipper told him to.
  • Fingerless Gloves: Wears them, and if "The Love God" is any indication, he gets quite defensive whenever someone implies that they aren't cool looking.
  • Gag Nose: Has the third longest nose, after Deputy Durland, and Old Man McGucket.
  • Gender-Blender Name: His middle name, Stacey, can be a boy's name, but it's uncommon.
  • Good Parents: As opposed to his grumpy and jerkish personality his parents are actually very loving and cheerful, especially jarring given that they work as funeral directors.
  • Goth: See Emo Teen. Mabel refers to him as "gothy".
  • Guyliner: Robbie is seen wearing some in the poster for his band, Robbie V and the Tombstones.
    "It's eye paint for men."
  • Heel–Face Brainwashing: Robbie is a much different person ever since Mabel used a love potion on him and Tambry. Mabel doesn't undo it even after getting an anti-love potion because it would only make an even bigger mess of things. Then again, he's still his usual grumpy self in subsequent appearances, so him being kinder towards Dipper probably WAS sincere.
  • Hidden Depths: "The Time Traveler's Pig" does a good job of showing him as a nervous teen trying to admit his feelings to someone he likes.
  • Hidden Heart of Gold: Underneath all that Jerkassness, there is a lonely boy who just wants to be loved.
    • "Gideon Rises" shows him genuinely upset that Wendy dumped him. He's a little obsessive and he definitely deserves it, but...
    • Furthered in "Love God" where after starting to date Tambry, he starts to become nicer, even thanking Mabel for hooking them up.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: In Boyz Crazy, he tells Dipper—as he's on his date with Wendy—"Catch you on the rewind". This, and Grunkle Stan, gives Dipper the Eureka Moment to figure out that there's backmasked subliminal messaging in the song he wrote for Wendy. That—and the fact that he lied about ripping it off some other band—was enough for Wendy to break up with him. Furthermore, she was on the verge of breaking up with him anyway due to him being a terrible boyfriend.
  • Inferiority Superiority Complex: While he tries to act like he's the coolest guy around, his ego is easily bruised. He's also insecure enough to see the twelve-year-old Dipper as an actual threat to his relationship with Wendy.
  • Jerkass: To Dipper, big time. Who wastes his energy antagonizing a child just because the kid likes his girlfriend?
    • Wendy's not safe from it either, given that he resorted to Mind-Control Music.
    • He's this in general. He was belittling Dipper well before he figured out about his crush on Wendy, once helped himself to a chunk of Mabel's cotton candy without asking, referred to Soos as "Big Dude" in such a way that Soos took it as a jab about his weight, and his relationship with Wendy had at least one occurrence of him standing her up on a date - not to mention Wendy's exasperation at his generally abrasive and dishonest personality.
  • Laser-Guided Amnesia: His memories of "Fight Fighters" were completely erased by the Society of the Blind Eye.
  • Laser-Guided Karma: He used mind controlling music to manipulate Wendy into dating him while Mabel used a love potion to make him date Tambry.
  • Lean and Mean: Is skinny and a huge jerk to Dipper.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: The Feminine Boy to Wendy's Masculine Girl; he's a melodramatic Dandy and she's an athletic Ladette.
  • Mind-Control Music: Uses this on Wendy so she won't break up with him in "Boyz Crazy".
  • Never My Fault: Blames Dipper for his break up with Wendy in "The Love God" yet seems to not realize a good chuck of that was from his own selfishness. By the end of the series, while both Gideon and Pacifica have been shown to recognize and regret their failings and try to be better people, Robbie has not had any on-screen moment of him admitting his own failings. All he does is move on and forgive Dipper for things the latter didn't do.
  • Occidental Otaku: Dipper's and Mabel's Guide to Mystery and Nonstop Fun! reveals he enjoys drawing in manga/anime style (an example of which is shown in "The Love God), and a shuriken is one of the items thrown at his Dartboard of Hate.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: Implied. Clearly not to the same extent as Tambry, but Dipper mentions that Robbie posts a "really annoying" amount of status updates, and during Weirdmageddon, Wendy states that he would have avoided being captured by Bill Cipher in the cemetery, had he not have stopped to take a selfie.
  • The Rockstar: He may aspire to be this. He plays lead guitar in a rock band called Robbie V. and the Tombstones and is shown to own a band van.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: To Dipper. And also vice-versa oddly enough. He feels threatened by Dipper and Wendy's friendship and while Dipper is naive to think to think their friendship could be more than that, Robbie is ridiculously insecure to consider him a rival.
    • An earlier start to their rivalry may have been "The Inconveniencing" where Robbie takes offence to Dipper pointing out how much his explosion graffiti looks like a muffin.
  • Taken for Granite: Stated to have been captured by the Eye-Bats during "Weirdmageddon Part 1", in part due to his own narcissism and stupidity.
  • Tall, Dark, and Snarky: Robbie is constantly sarcastic and makes a lot of jerkish comments, plus he's taller than Wendy and as dark as they come.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: He finally stops acting like a poor sack mourning for Wendy's break up with him by moving on and falling in love with Tambry in "The Love God" and also seemingly makes amends with Wendy and the rest of their gang.
  • Too Dumb to Live: "Weirdmageddon Part 1" has Wendy reveal that Robbie could have escaped Bill's Eye-Bat army, but decided to take a selfie when all his friends had been captured, leading to them getting him too.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: Time will tell if this change is permanent, but during the events of "The Love God", he starts a relationship with Tambry. As a result, he becomes much happier and more pleasant. He even sincerely thanks Mabel for helping him move on from his breakup with Wendy. Part of this, however, is due to the love potion that Mabel administered. He doesn't however, lose his angsty attitude. Given that he and his crew were kind enough to attend Dipper and Mabel's birthday celebration and even sign Dipper's farewell card, it's safe to say he has changed for the better.
  • Used to Be a Sweet Kid: If the photos that we see of him as a young boy are anything to go by, Robbie used to be a happy, pleasant child. For some unexplained reason, however, his adolescence embittered him and turned him into the person he currently is.
    • "Blendin's Game" shows us that he was willing to randomly shoot people with a water gun when he was a kid, though, so some of the jerkassery was present even in the early years.
    • Furthermore, he does mention his views on his parents' happy demeanor in contrast to having such a grim job. Being grown up in a home and exposed to death frequently probably was the result of his dark emo state.
  • When He Smiles: A genuine, happy one that is.
  • Wouldn't Hurt a Child: He challenges Dipper to a fistfight, but can't seem to bring himself to actually hit him, even right after Dipper almost got him killed. For all intents and purposes, he might have been trying to just intimidate Dipper into backing off, or could have possibly been too shaken from the day's events to even bother.

    Candy Chiu & Grenda Grendinator
That's Grenda on the left and Candy on the right.
Candy: "Maybe we don't have as many friends as Pacifica, but we have each other, and that is pretty good I think."
Grenda: "I wanna put her in a headlock and make her feel pain!"
Candy Voiced by: Niki Yang
Grenda Voiced by: Carl Faruolo

A pair of girls who befriend Mabel.

Tropes applying to both

  • Action Girl: Grenda proves herself as this in "Summerween" and "Dungeons, Dungeons and More Dungeons". Candy has shades of this as well. Candy shows more than this in "Roadside Attraction".
  • Ascended Extra: Candy and Grenda have shown up in every episode since "Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons".
  • Audience Surrogate: In the ending of Weirdmageddon Part 3.
  • Badass Adorable: Downplayed; they don't often play a major part in the conflicts, but the one time did, they proved to do quite well.
  • Beauty, Brains and Brawn: Candy's the Brains and Grenda's the Brawn to Mabel's Beauty.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: They're both very nice and are good friends to Mabel, but as shown in "Summerween", they're a force to be reckoned with if need be.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: Both of them appear to be slightly psychotic in their own ways; Candy has shown signs of mental instability and obsession, including muttering to herself, in the past, while Grenda can be surprisingly callous and violent on occasion (assaulting an ogre from behind in "Dungeons, Dungeons and More Dungeons", then calmly agreeing with Stan's suggestion that they leave the body in the woods).
  • Cute Bruiser : Both of them prove to be this in "Summerween".
  • Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: One of the townsfolk to actively stand up to Bill during the opening sequence of "Weirdmageddon Part 1".
  • Fat and Skinny: Grenda and Candy respectively.
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Grenda's the upfront, Hot-Blooded Red to Candy's demure, Shrinking Violet Blue.
  • Shipper on Deck:
    • Mabel and Candy agree to be "co-bridesmaids" at Grenda and Marius' future wedding.
    • Grenda and Mabel try to hook up Candy with Dipper in "Roadside Attraction".
  • Those Two Girls: Are always seen together until Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons, which features Grenda without Candy.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: In "Northwest Mansion Mystery", when they attempt to backstab each other (along with Mabel) and fight amongst themselves to compete for a rich kid's affections. They quickly make up and forgive each other though, implying that it wasn't that serious.
  • Town Girls: Candy's the Neither and Grenda's the Butch to Mabel's Femme.

Tropes applying to Candy

  • All Chinese People Know Kung-Fu: Candy took a mock kung fu stance at the end of "Weirdmageddon part 2". Either she knows kung fu, or more likely, the show parodied this trope.
  • All Girls Want Bad Boys: Downplayed. Candy was briefly attracted to Dipper in "Roadside Attraction" when he showed more confidence by hiding a Hidden Heart of Gold, but was upset by his philandering.
  • Alliterative Name: Candy Chiu.
  • Asian and Nerdy: She's Korean and portrayed as eccentrically brainy. Other than her "improvement of human being" scene in her debut episode, she suggests reflecting a rainbow from a waterfall to the Mystery Shack with a mirror in "Mabel's Guide to Color", enjoys reading informative pamphlets during a road trip in "Roadside Attraction", and is implied to have academically strict parents.
  • Awesomeness by Analysis: Candy gets a shining moment of it in "Roadside Attraction", using the information from travel pamphlets to perfectly time a seemingly suicidal action to solve all the group's problems.
  • Blush Sticker: Has a pair on her cheeks similar to Mabel's.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Candy has forks taped to her fingers in her first appearance. She uses them to grab more food. She calls it "improvement of human being."
  • Education Mama: Implied to be the case with her parents who apparently send her to music camp towards the end of each summer.
    Candy: There is no escape from music camp.
  • Gratuitous Foreign Language: A Korean variant. Candy spoke two sentences of it in "Sock Opera", to hide how she wants to steal Gabe away from Mabel.
  • Hair Antennae: Often shown with two strands of hair sticking up, which fits her quirky nature.
  • Meganekko: In an Adorkable, Asian and Nerdy package.
  • Punny Name: Candy Chiu.
  • Shrinking Violet: Candy is shy and insecure, largely due to being put down by popular girls like Pacifica, though she's outgoing and unabashedly eccentric when with her friends.
  • The Smart Girl: She's good at thinking on her feet, as shown in "Roadside Attraction" when she saved she, Grenda, and the Pines family from being either captured by Darlene or falling to their death.
  • Third-Person Person: She sometimes refers to herself in the third person.

Tropes applying to Grenda

  • Acrofatic: Grenda performs a good Ceiling Cling in "Boyz Crazy". The art style makes it difficult to determine if she's really fat, or just muscular, however.
  • Alliterative Name: Grenda Grendinator.
  • Beauty Mark: Grenda has one under her left eye.
  • Big Fun: Grenda is fairly rotund, but a good girl.
  • Brawn Hilda: Played With. She generally comes across as this, but Marius sees her as more of an Amazonian Beauty, in spite of Mabel and Candy's expectations.
  • Characterization Marches On: In her first appearance, Grenda speaks normally until Pacifica says she sounds like a wrestler. Ever since, all her lines have been shouted.
    • Also, she's introduced having a lizard on her shoulder as her shtick (being referred to as "the lizard girl" in her debut episode) but after the first episode her lizard is never seen, and her shtick becomes Wrestler in All of Us.
  • Cross-Dressing Voice: Grenda is voiced by a man, and it's what allows her to do a Druidic chant.
  • Fat Best Friend: Grenda to Candy and Mabel.

    Nate, Lee, Thompson and Tambry
Left to right: Nate, Lee, Tambry, and Thompson.
Voiced by: Scott Menville (Nate), Michael Rianda (Lee/Thompson), Jessica DiCicco (Tambry)

Wendy and Robbie's friends and local youth.

  • Affectionate Nickname: Nate calls Tambry, "Tambers", though Tambry herself isn't very fond of it. Interestingly enough, Tambry isn't bothered if Robbie calls her Tambers.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Tambry.
  • Butt-Monkey: Thompson is generally not given a whole lot of respect, and tends to be the butt of the others' jokes and the first one assigned an unpleasant task. Anytime something bad happening to him, his friends usually egg him on from the sidelines without helping, even if it's their fault. In "The Love God" Thompson states he actively invokes this status, and had been deliberately letting them make fun of him for years to keep the group united. It seems to work, given his public humiliation ended up bringing his friends back together.
  • Creator Cameo: Lee and Thompson are voiced by Michael Rianda, a former writer and creative director for the show.
  • Desperately Craves Affection: Thompson's only friends are in the teen group, so he'll do anything for their approval.
  • Emo Teen: While not quite as apparent as Robbie, Tambry seems to be fairly downbeat compared to the others, with her design seeming reminiscent of a Scene Girl. It's probably what makes them work when they get together.
  • Extreme Doormat: Thompson, as suggested above. Particularly in "The Love God", where it's revealed that he's been the group's doormat for years since he wouldn't have any friends otherwise.
  • Flat Character: While Robbie and Wendy have had prominent roles, the rest of the teens have only had a major part in "The Inconveniencing", and otherwise have little characterization outside of common teen stereotypes. Season two has plans to give them more development.
    • Even in the shorts between the episodes, we see that Thompson is a strict and neurotic manager of the local theater, banning the Pines family simply for accidentally bringing in "outside food or drink" (a single candy bar).
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: Lee and Nate seem to be closest to each other compared to the rest of the group. It's most apparent in "The Love God" where Lee becomes upset about Nate telling Robbie and not him about his crush on Tambry.
  • Hypocrite: He'll ban entire families from the theater for sneaking in snacks, but if it means acceptance from his peers, Thompson's not above becoming a condiment mule.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: Thompson to a rather depressing extent as seen in "The Love God".
  • Last-Name Basis: Thompson.
  • Multicolored Hair: Tambry's hair is purple with a pink highlight.
  • Nice Hat: Nate wears a dark aqua green and white cap.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: Tambry is always on her phone, snapping pictures, using social networks and of course texting. It gets to the point that looking up for a second is considered ground breaking. If her younger self's shirt in "Blendin's Game" is any indication, she's had a fascination with phones her whole life. However, as of "The Love God", she may be slowly growing out of this now that she's in a relationship with Robbie and has someone she can care about more than her phone.
  • Recurring Extra: Often seen in the background or given minor roles.
  • Taken for Granite: Captured by Eye-Bats during the events of "Weirdmageddon Part 1."
  • Teens Are Monsters: Averted. They're snarky, subject each other to a lot of good-natured ribbing, dare each other to do stupid things, play pranks, love mischief, etc.—but it's all in good fun, and they never intend to seriously harm anyone. The most serious kind of trouble any of them ever get up to is graffitiing here and there, and maybe some drinking, as a party at Tambry's house is advertised with a flyer reading, "No photos better end up online!".
    • Their debut episode "The Inconveniencing" can be seen as a Take That! to this trope. The abandoned convenience store Dusk 2 Dawn is haunted by the ghosts of Ma and Pa Duskerton, its former owners who didn't like teenagers hanging around the store when they were alive, "with their boomy boxes and disrespectful short pants", so they banned them. However, the teens retaliated... by playing incredibly tame rap music with lyrics like "Homework's whack, and so are rules! Tuckin' in your shirt's for fools!", and dancing in the parking lot. Additionally, the "offenses" that Tambry, Thompson, Lee, and Nate get taken hostage for are texting, playing video games, being sarcastic, and yelling.
  • Those Two Guys: Lee and Nate.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: "Mabel's Scrapbook" shows that Thompson can be more than the Butt-Monkey for his friends' amusement.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Wendy and Tambry, respectively. While not immediately obvious, Wendy wears flannels and likes to act like One of the Boys while Tambry wears a skirt, dyes her hair and spends almost all of her time texting. Becomes more apparent when we see the two of them in kindergarten, where Wendy has her hair in pigtails and wears overalls while Tambry has longer hair and is dressed in bright colors with flowers on them.
  • Took a Level in Jerkass: Lee and Nate in "The Love God," who both split up in a blind rage upon learning Tambry and Robbie are dating. But they eventually got back together in the end. Nate's rage and his refusal to speak to Lee when he gets angered at him in return for not sharing this personal issue with him is partially justified, as he was afraid to confide to Lee about his feelings for Tambry out of fear of ridicule, while Lee was being inconsiderate to that and only cared that Nate never spoke to him about this before and only to Robbie, so out of the two, it's really Lee who really Took a Level in Jerkass. As for Nate, while it's understandable, to be outright inconsiderate about unleashing your anger to a twelve-year old child trying to ease the tensions and ignoring the pleas of a lonely Butt-Monkey who doesn't want to be alone and the fact he spent all his money and watch to get him tickets, but then you declined out of your selfish reasons (and then punching his mailbox against his pleas not to) is still kind of mean-spirited, this is also attributed to Lee.
  • True Companions: Played with, they all get angry and split up after Tambry and Robbie start dating for various reasons, and Thompson reveals he has to work at keeping the group together, but their reason for getting back together and forgiving one another is pretty small.
  • When She Smiles: Tambry is usually shown with an apathetic frown on her face. After getting together with Robbie in "The Love God", however, we see her smile several times. It's rather adorable.
  • Wild Teen Party: Tambry throwing one is alluded to (but not shown) in "Summerween," when Robbie and Wendy say that they are going to a party at Tambry's house while her parents are out of town.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Tambry has purple hair with a strand of her left hair being pink; "Blendin's Game" shows that it's been that way since she was in Kindergarten.

"Twik-owr-tweet! My name is Gorney."
Voiced by: Grey DeLisle

A little kid that shows up on Summerween only to get eaten by the Summerween Trickster.

  • The Cameo: Briefly shows up at the party in "Scary-oke".
  • Elmuh Fudd Syndwome: Most noticable when he says "Twik-owr-tweet!", and later when he cheerfully exclaims "I've been twaumatized!" after being freed from the Summerween Trickster.
  • Flat Character: Has very few lines due to not having much screen time.
  • Red Shirt: He literally is eaten by the Summerween Trickster seconds after he appears onscreen. Subverted in that he doesn't actually die. Since the Trickster is just made of candy, Gorney emerges from the candy at the end none the worse for wear, though he does say he's been traumatized.
  • Remember the New Guy?: Parodied. As he is eaten he shouts, "Remember me!" but doesn't play a big part in the story after that.
  • The Worf Effect: Appears only to get eaten by the Summerween Trickster and convince the gang that the Trickster is more dangerous than they originally thought.

     Gabe Bensen
"Really? People used to call me 'Puppet Crazy Gabe!"
Voiced by: Jorma Taccone

A local puppeteer who takes his craft very seriously.

  • Camp Straight: If it weren’t for the fact he shows some interest in Mabel, he could easily be considered Ambiguously Gay due to his stereotypically effeminate mannerisms and tone of voice.
  • Chick Magnet: Mabel, Candy, and Grenda fall head over heels for him.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Very, very passionate about and obsessed with puppets—to the point of kissing them as if they were living lovers. Even Mabel suddenly realizes she likely dodged a bullet there.
  • Companion Cube: Treats his puppets as if they were alive. Including making out with them.
  • Hand Puppet: Is always shown to have at least one hand puppet on, and wears two whenever he can.
  • Long-Haired Pretty Boy: Travels around on roller blades for the express purpose of drying his hair after showering, followed by a gratuitous Hair Flip.
  • Non-Standard Character Design: While most everyone in the show has black dots for pupils, Gabe noticeably has blue dots for pupils.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: Not to the extent of Gideon, but for someone supposed to be around Mabel's age, he sure tends to use those puppets to express lust a lot.
  • Younger Than They Look: When first introduced, he looks like an adult, though his lack of height shows he's somewhere around Mabel's age. (In a storyboarded scene that didn't make it into the episode, he refers to himself as being thirteen.)

     Marius von Fundshauser
Rich rich rich, rich, rich rich.
Voiced by: Matt Chapman

A rich teenage Austrian baron who attends the Northwest family's gala in "Northwest Mansion Mystery".

  • 555: Marius' phone number is 555-0176.
  • Amazon Chaser: Ironically, he ends up falling for Grenda due to her aggressive flirting style.
  • Beauty = Goodness: His appearance and mannerisms fit this trope.
  • Beauty Mark: Underneath his left eye.
  • Blue Blood: A baron. Artistic License applies here, as in Real Life, aristocracy of all kind is outlawed in Austria ever since the end of World War II.
  • Chick Magnet: In his debut appearance, Marius manages to win the attraction of Mabel, Candy, and Grenda.
  • Fiction 500: The repeated use of the word "rich" in his guestbook profile suggests this.
  • Insecure Love Interest: Implied. When asking out Grenda, he thinks she's out of his league.
  • Long-Distance Relationship: Grenda and Marius via phone calling.
  • Long Haired Prettyboy: Has brown shoulder-length hair and is attractive enough to cause a fight between three close friends.
  • Nice Guy: A perfect gentleman with a very sweet crush on Grenda.
  • Official Couple: Grenda and Marius begin a relationship with each other.
  • Requisite Royal Regalia: Is visibly dressed like a noble, with a fancy coat, cravat, and epaulets. The cravat and the epaulets are particularly justified in this case because, according to his guestbook profile, he inherited a factory that makes them.
  • Spoiled Sweet: What little screentime he has seems to demonstrate that he's decently kind, at least compared to Preston Northwest, and is quite courteous to Grenda despite her clearly lowbrow behavior.

     Jeffy Fresh, Byrone, and R-R-Rosie

A trio of teenagers who lived in Gravity Falls during the 90's. They were eventually killed by the Summerween Trickster as revealed in the online game "Pinesquest".


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