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Gravity Falls

American animated television series for Disney

Gravity Falls is an American mystery-comedyanimated television series created by Alex Hirsch for Disney Channel and Disney XD. The series ran from June 15, , to February 15, [9][10][11]

The series follows the adventures of Dipper Pines (voiced by Jason Ritter) and his twin sister Mabel (voiced by Kristen Schaal) who are sent to spend the summer with their great-uncle (or "Grunkle") Stan (voiced by Hirsch) in Gravity Falls, Oregon, a mysterious town full of paranormal incidents and supernatural creatures. The kids help Stan run "The Mystery Shack", the tourist trap that he owns, while also investigating the local mysteries.

On November 20, , Hirsch announced that the series would finish with its second season, stating that this was "% [his] choice" and that "the show isn't being cancelled- it's being finished" and was simply reaching its natural conclusion.[12][13] The show ended on February 15, , with a one-hour finale, "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls".[14][15] Hirsch later stated that he remains open to continuing the series with additional episodes or specials.[16]

Gravity Falls received critical acclaim[17][18] with praise directed at its writing, characters, humor, and multi-generational appeal. Additionally, the series won two Emmy Awards, three Annie Awards, and a BAFTA Children's Award, among various other wins and nominations. Gravity Falls garnered high viewership amongst kids, teenagers, and young adults[5] during its run and was Disney XD's highest rated show in [19] and early ,[20] while also setting several ratings records for the network.[19][21] The series has attracted a broad and passionate fandom[2] and has been considered to be an influence for many animated shows that followed it.[2][22] The series has also inspired a variety of official merchandise including books, toys, and a video game.

In February , on the second anniversary of the final episode of the show, Hirsch used a cipher to announce Gravity Falls: Lost Legends,[23] a continuation of the Gravity Falls story in a new graphic novel that was later released on July 24, [24] On August 8, , Disney Channel aired a Gravity Falls-inspired episode of the show Amphibia, created by Matt Braly who served as a storyboard artist and director for the show. The episode is titled "Wax Museum", with Hirsch guest-starring. On October 3, , show villain Bill Cipher made a cameo in The Simpsons episode titled "Bart's in Jail," with Alex Hirsch guest voicing him.

Plot summary[edit]

Main articles: Gravity Falls (season 1) and Gravity Falls (season 2)

For their summer vacation, year-old twins Dipper and Mabel Pines are dropped off from their home in Piedmont, California, to the fictitious town of Gravity Falls, Roadkill County, Oregon to spend the summer with their Great Uncle Stan Pines (often shortened to Grunkle Stan), who runs a tourist trap called the "Mystery Shack". Things are not what they seem in this small town, and with the help of a mysterious journal that Dipper finds in the forest, they begin unraveling the local mysteries. With appearances from Wendy Corduroy, Mystery Shack cashier; Soos Ramirez, a friend of Dipper and Mabel and handyman to Grunkle Stan; plus an assortment of other characters, Dipper and Mabel always have an intriguing day to look forward to.[3]

Episodes[edit]

Main article: List of Gravity Falls episodes

Main series

Shorts

Characters[edit]

Main article: List of Gravity Falls characters

Main characters

Production[edit]

Conception[edit]

Gravity Falls'main production offices were located at Disney Television Animation in Glendale, California.

Prior to working on the series, series creator Alex Hirsch's primary inspiration growing up was the popular animated sitcomThe Simpsons, where he observed that "animation could be funnier than live-action.[28] That animation didn't have to just be for kids. That it could be satirical and observational and grounded in a sense of character interaction".[28] Hirsch graduated from the California Institute of the Arts, and was hired to work as writer and storyboard artist for the Cartoon Network series The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, where he was paired up with Pendleton Ward, the creator of Adventure Time.[28] Afterwards, he moved on to co-develop the Disney Channel animated series Fish Hooks; shortly before he pitched (and was subsequently green-lit) Gravity Falls.[28]

Hirsch says he was at the California Institute of the Arts when he turned down DreamWorks Animation executive Jeffrey Katzenberg out of a desire to work for Disney.[29] He first coined the concept for the show in an minute low-budget student film that he made at the institute.[30] Hirsch was called in to do a pitch for Disney Channel for a show based on the short pilot.[30] Disney Channel bought the idea and the series premiered on June 15, [10]

The series was inspired by Hirsch's own childhood experiences and his relationship with his own twin sister growing up during their summer vacations.[31] He placed many of his real-life experiences in the show, like living in Piedmont and trick-or-treating with his sister as kids.[32]Dipper Pines is based on Hirsch's memory of how it felt to be a kid. When Hirsch was around Dipper's age, he "would record [him]self and play it backwards and try to learn to speak backwards".[33] Hirsch described himself as "that neurotic kid who would carry 16 disposable cameras everywhere I went".[31]Mabel Pines was inspired by his twin sister, Ariel Hirsch.[34] According to Hirsch, just like Mabel, his sister "really did wear wacky sweaters and have a different ridiculous crush, every week."[31] In the series Mabel gets a pet pig, just like his sister had always wanted when she was a kid.[35]Grunkle Stan was inspired by Hirsch's grandpa Stan, who according to Hirsch "was a guy that told tall tales and would frequently mess with us to get a rise out of us. So, my family really inspired the characters on the show."[31]

Writing[edit]

Hirsch explained in an interview with The A.V. Club that during the production of season 1, that a typical episode is conceived in a room reserved for writers, where a simple synopsis is presented, and from then on dramatic structure is defined, and the plot is modified to include a character-driven subplot, which Hirsch expresses as "the hardest thing to find a character story that actually uncovers, explores, or pushes tension—on something our characters care about—that is properly explored via the magic or monster or impossibility of the week."[28]

B- and A-stories are created and are given to a writer to produce an outline, which is then subsequently checked-off by Hirsch for feedback. The writer produces a draft from these edits, where more notes may be given. Hirsch states that he and creative director Mike Rianda may personally create a draft for themselves before a final script is produced, in which the dialogue from the draft received from the writer is significantly revised; Hirsch states that the revising process "is not a discredit to our writers—it's just we have a very particular vision. In particular, I usually rewrite almost all of Dipper's dialogue and most of Mabel's dialogue, just because I have them in my head. Me and Mike will stay up for about 24 hours prior to the delivery of every script. We'll take the weekend, we'll work all night, we'll drink Red Bull, we'll sleep on the couch in shifts like maniacs, we'll slap each other in the face."[28]

Animation[edit]

After a script is delivered, an episode then gets translated into a storyboard, where feedback is received from Hirsch to the board artists if a certain element, such as a gag, doesn't work. Afterwards, a pitch for the episode is given to the network, where they do a read-through, and then the episode is either checked out by the network, or retooled in the small amount of time allocated before an animation studio must receive something to work with.[28] The series is animated by Rough Draft Korea, Digital eMation and Yearim Productions.[36] However, whenever a sequence was deemed too important for the outside animation studios to realize, it was animated in-house by storyboard artist and supervisor Dana Terrace.[37]

Broadcast[edit]

Initial broadcast[edit]

The first twelve episodes of Gravity Falls aired in a regular weekly slot on Disney Channel starting in mid, but subsequent episodes were broadcast without similar regularity; it took until August to broadcast the remaining eight episodes of the first season. The second season began airing a year later in August , transitioning over to Disney XD, but again without any regularity as to when new episodes would be first broadcast. The first nine episodes aired from August to November , the following two in February and March , the next eight from July to November , and the finale aired on February 15, According to Disney XD, as each episode took about six months of work to complete, they opted against stockpiling episodes to show weekly but instead take advantage of the serial nature of the show, broadcasting each episode as it was completed and making an event out of it.[38] On April 2, , reruns of the show started airing on Disney Channel, although reruns of the show still air on Disney XD.[39]

International broadcast[edit]

The series began airing on Disney Channel Canada on September 1, , following Corus Entertainment's acquisition of Disney Channel rights in Canada. In Canada the show began airing on Disney XD starting on December 1, , following the launch of Disney XD. The show started broadcasting in the United Kingdom and Ireland on July 20, , as a preview and officially premiered on September 7, [40] In Australia and New Zealand it previewed on August 17, , and premiered on September 24, [41] It also premiered in Southeast Asia on October 27, [42] In India, it premiered on September 16, [43] In the Middle East region, the series was previewed on October 19, , and premiered on November 10, [citation needed]

The series preview debuted in Canada on June 15, , and premiered on July 6, , on Family Channel, until January when it moved to the local Disney XD channel following Corus Entertainment's acquisition of Disney Channel rights in Canada from Family's owner DHX Media.[44] In Australia, the show airs on Disney XD and 7mate[45] while in Chile, the show was broadcast on Canal 13 on November 24, , under its programming block CuBox. In the Philippines, the show was shown on TV5 beginning on May 4, , while in Brazil, the show also began airing on Rede Globo on May 10, [46] In Indonesia, the show premiered on RCTI on August 17, [47]

Broadcast edits[edit]

The symbol on Grunkle Stan's fez was changed from a crescent shape resembling the Islamic crescent to a fish-like symbol mid-way through the first season's broadcast.[48] The symbol represents his membership in the Royal Order of the Holy Mackerel.[48] When the series was put on Disney+, the crescent-shaped symbol was edited out entirely, leaving a symbol-less fez in the early episodes—later episodes featuring the fish-like symbol were unaffected.[48] However, the crescent symbol remains in the thumbnails, and on the zodiac wheel in the title sequence.[48] Hirsch drew attention to the change on Twitter. Disney has not commented on why it was removed.[48] Sometime later, the symbol on the fez was restored.[48]

In , Disney Channel redubbed Louis C.K.'s minor role as "The Horrifying Sweaty One-Armed Monstrosity" in the episode "Weirdmageddon: Part 1", as well as its follow-up episode, "Weirdmageddon: Part 3: Take Back The Falls", following the comedian's admission of sexual misconduct. Series creator Alex Hirsch is now credited as playing the character.[49][50]

Merchandise[edit]

Home media[edit]

DVDs
Title Release date Discs EpisodesRef.
Gravity Falls: Six Strange TalesOctober 15, 1 1–6 [51]
Gravity Falls: Even StrangerAugust 26, 1 7–14 [52]
Gravity Falls: The Complete SeriesJuly 24, 7 All [53]

On March 27, , Shout! Factory announced that they would release the complete series as a box set on July 24, , on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.[8][54] The box set is available in a "Collector's Edition", which includes an exclusive bonus features disc.[8][54] The complete series has only been released in the United States and Canada.[8][54]

Books[edit]

Title Author(s) Publisher Release date ISBN Notes Ref.
Gravity Falls: Happy Summerween!/The Convenience Store . . . of Horrors!Samantha Brooke Disney PressJuly 22, ISBN&#;[55]
Gravity Falls: Pining AwayDisney Book GroupISBN&#;[56]
Gravity Falls: Once Upon a SwineOctober 7, ISBN&#;[57]
Gravity Falls: Dipper and Mabel's Guide to Mystery and Nonstop Fun!Rob Renzetti and Shane Houghton ISBN&#;[58]
Gravity Falls Cinestory Comic Vol. 1Disney Joe Books Inc. December 8, ISBN&#;[59]
Gravity Falls: Journal 3Alex Hirsch and Rob Renzetti Disney Press July 26, ISBN&#;No. 1 New York Times Best Seller[60][61]
A special edition was released on June 13, , and limited to 10, copies[62][63]
[64]
Gravity Falls: Dipper and Mabel and the Curse of the Time Pirates' Treasure!: A "Select Your Own Choose-Venture!"Jeffrey Rowe ISBN&#;[65]
Gravity Falls Cinestory Comic Vol. 2Disney Joe Books Inc. September 20, ISBN&#;[66]
Gravity Falls Cinestory Comic Vol. 3December 13, ISBN&#;[67]
Gravity Falls Don't Color This Book!: It's Cursed!Emmy Cicierega Disney Press July 18, ISBN&#;[68]
Gravity Falls Shorts: Just West of WeirdDisney Joe Books LTD September 26, ISBN&#;[69]
Gravity Falls Weirdmageddon Cinestory ComicJanuary 1, ISBN&#;[70]
Gravity Falls Mad LibsLaura Macchiarola Mad LibsFebruary 20, ISBN&#;[71]
Gravity Falls Cinestory Comic Vol. 4Disney Joe Books Inc. April 10, ISBN&#;[72]
Gravity Falls: Lost Legends: 4 All-New Adventures!Alex Hirsch Disney Press July 24, ISBN&#;New York Times Best Seller[73][74]
Gravity Falls: Tales of the Strange and Unexplained (Bedtime Stories Based on Your Favorite Episodes!)Disney February 23, ISBN&#;[75]

Video game[edit]

A video game was created from the series, namely Gravity Falls: Legend of the Gnome Gemulets.[76][77] The game was released exclusively on Nintendo 3DS on October 20, [76][77] It was developed and published by Ubisoft and produced by Disney Interactive Studios.[76][77] The game is a platformer and uses the same graphics as the series.[76][77]

Reception[edit]

Critical reception[edit]

Both seasons of Gravity Falls hold a % approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.[78][79] On Rotten Tomatoes, season one has an average critic score of out of 10 based on 10 reviews.[78] Season two has an average critic score of out of 10 based on 7 reviews.[79] The website's critical consensus for season one reads: "Gravity Falls' warm humor and bright performances elevate this children's cartoon to a show for all ages",[78] while the website's critical consensus for season two reads: "Gravity Falls continues to blend old fashioned storytelling with a modern sense of humor to create a uniquely enjoyable viewing experience."[79]

Brian Lowry of Variety stated: "The show has a breezy quality that should play to kids, and tickle some twinges of nostalgia among their parents."[80]Los Angeles Times Robert Lloyd referred to the program as "gently twisted, with some Disneyfied action and heart-warming folded in".[81] In his review, David Hinckley of New York Daily News called Gravity Falls "quirky and endearing", and offered praise for the character of Mabel Pines.[82] Matt Blum, writing for Wired, favorably compared the show to Cartoon Network's Regular Show and Disney Channel's Phineas and Ferb, hailing Gravity Falls as "clever, strange, and somewhat poignant".[83] Erik Kain of Forbes called Gravity Falls "the best thing on TV at the moment," saying "I don't care how old you are, if you're not watching Gravity Falls you're missing out on some of the cleverest, most enjoyable television you can find".[84] Kayla Cobb of Decider called Gravity Falls "one of the most structurally smart shows ever created".[85] Matt Fowler from IGN called Gravity Falls "a quirky and gently twisted heart-warmer for all ages. Smart, satirical, and sweet. Gravity Falls was a one-of-a-kind gem."[86]

Michelle Jaworski writing for The Daily Dot described Gravity Falls as "[A] classic summer story woven into a smart and addictive show tackling the paranormal, the supernatural, and the pains of growing up."[87]IndieWire’s Michael Schneider said "Gravity Falls is a kids’ show so dense with mythology, pop culture jokes, Easter eggs, and mystery that grown-ups were often more invested."[88] Joey Keogh from Den of Geek wrote "Gravity Falls, is a spooky-cute must-watch for adults who never grew out of Halloween."[89] Donna Dickens from Uproxx said "Not only does Gravity Falls deal with the inexplicable supernatural occurrences in the town, the whole thing is just one big puzzle of secrets waiting for fans to uncover and solve."[90] Myles McNutt from The A.V. Club said "With a complex mythology and a deep lexicon of cultural references, there’s sophistication to the show’s epic storytelling that immediately drew the attention of a wider audience."[91] Liz Baessler writing for Film School Rejects said "Gravity Falls is an exceptional kids’ show — brilliant, hilarious, and carefully crafted."[92]

In , Uproxx ranked Gravity Falls as the 3rd Current Kids Cartoon That Adults Need to be Watching.[90] In , IndieWire ranked Gravity Falls at number 12 on their list of The 50 Best Animated Series Of All Time.[88] In , Yardbarker ranked Gravity Falls at number 21 on their list of The 25 Greatest Animated Shows of All Time.[93] Also in , IGN placed Gravity Falls at Number 19 on their list titled The 25 Best Adult Cartoon TV Series[86] and The A.V. Club placed Gravity Falls at number 48 on their list of The Best TV Shows of the s.[91]

Ratings[edit]

A special preview of the series following the Disney Channel Original Movie Let It Shine was watched by &#;million viewers.[94] The series garnered high viewership on its fifth episode, which aired on July 13, , and attracted &#;million viewers. On March 15, , the episode "The Deep End" was watched by &#;million viewers after the premiere of Wizards of Waverly Place'sThe Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex, becoming the highest-rated episode of the series.[95]

Later moving on to Disney XD, the episode "A Tale of Two Stans" became the highest-rated telecast ever on Disney XD, with &#;million viewers.[96] In addition to total viewers, "A Tale of Two Stans" also set a network record in kids ages 2–11 (&#;million), boys ages 2–11 (,), boys ages 6–11 (,), kids ages 6–14 (&#;million) and boys ages 6–14 (,).[21] In , Gravity Falls accounted for Disney XD's top seven regular animated series telecasts of all time among kids ages 6–[21] During the week of July 12–18, , Gravity Falls was the top-rated program in its &#;p.m. timeslot across kids and boys ages 2–11, 6–11 and 6– That same week, it was also cable TV's number 1 scripted telecast in total viewers, according to estimates from Nielsen Ratings.[21][97]

Gravity Falls ranked as Disney XD's number 1 series of across all target demographics[19] with an average of &#;million viewers per episode.[5] Additionally, Gravity Falls ranked as 's third animated cable TV series in boys ages 9–[19] In kids ages 6–11, the series averaged , viewers and , in kids ages 2– Among boys ages 6–14 it pulled in , views.[5] That is strong viewership in Disney XD's core demographics, but it also makes it clear that older teens and young adults make up more than half of the show's audience according to Variety.[5]

In February , Gravity Falls was the number 1 regular series telecast on record across kids ages 6–11 (&#;million/ rating), boys ages 6–11 (,/ rating), kids ages 2–11 (&#;million/ rating) and boys ages 2–11 (,/ rating).[20] The series finale "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls" beat the ratings record previously held by "A Tale of Two Stans" becoming Disney XD's most-watched telecast ever, with &#;million viewers in the United States. "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls" also established new all-time network highs in kids ages 6–14 (&#;million/ rating) and boys ages 6–14 (,/ rating).[20] The all-day Gravity Falls marathon that preceded the premiere of "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls" generated &#;million unique total viewers, of which &#;million were kids ages 2–[20]

Influence and legacy[edit]

Gravity Falls has been considered to be an influence for many animated shows that followed it, including Steven Universe, Star vs. the Forces of Evil, The Owl House, Amphibia and Rick and Morty.[2][22] Other examples of the show's influence include LGBT representation and series-long story arcs as opposed to isolated single-episode stories.[2][22][98][99] The show also maintains a loyal and passionate fandom, even years after the series finale.[2][][] The creator of the show hid a variety of codes, cryptograms, backwards messages, and other secret clues for fans find in every episode, which often contributed to the show's mysteries and lore.[1][][][][] Some have compared Gravity Falls to more adult-oriented mystery shows like Lost,[5][]Twin Peaks[1][][][][] and The X-Files.[5][][] While it was on the air, the show was Disney XD's highest rated series, with an average of million viewers per episode.[5][][]

In the summer of , Gravity Falls' creator Alex Hirsch threw an international treasure hunt known as the "Cipher Hunt", the goal of which was to find the real-life Bill Cipher statue briefly glimpsed in the series finale.[][][][] It began on July 20, [] and finished on August 3, [] The hunt involved retrieving and decoding riddles and codes hidden in various locations all over the world.[][] One clue involved a 2,piece jigsaw puzzle that took several days to complete with someone almost always working on it.[][] On August 3, , the statue was found in a forest in Reedsport, Oregon.[] While the first ones to the statue received various prizes,[][] Hirsch made it clear that the hunt itself was the real treasure.[][] On August 3, the statue was removed by authorities due to a property dispute[][] and was temporarily held at the Reedsport police department while Hirsch arranged for it to be moved somewhere else.[] By August 5, the statue temporarily ended up in Bicentennial Park in Reedsport,[] before being permanently relocated to Confusion Hill in Piercy, California a few weeks later.[][]

In celebration of the release of Journal 3 and the end of the Gravity Falls series,&#;Oh My Disney and Cyclops Print Works teamed up with Gallery Nucleus[] in Alhambra, California to hold an official Gravity Fallsart show, titled Farewell to the Falls: A Gravity Falls Art Show, on August 6–21, [][][] Creator Alex Hirsch along with other production staff and professional illustrators contributed new and original artwork to this exhibition. Some fans camped out overnight to see the show[] and some works of art sold for over $1,[]

On August 8, , Disney Channel aired a Gravity Falls-inspired episode of the show Amphibia titled "Wax Museum",[] which was intended to be a tribute to Gravity Falls and features series creator Alex Hirsch in a voice role.[]

On September 11, , a short was released on the Disney Channel YouTube channel called "Gravity Falls x Line Rider".[] The short is based on the Internet game Line Rider.[] It is the first of a new series of shorts for Disney.[] Disney partnered with Line Rider artists&#;Mark Robbins, Ben Harvey and David Lu for the series.[]

On September 25, , a Gravity Falls short was released on the Disney Channel YouTube channel called "Call Me Maybe Parody".[] In the short, Mabel sings "Call Me Mabel", a parody of Carly Rae Jepsen's song "Call Me Maybe".[] The short was released as a part of a series called "Broken Karaoke" where various Disney characters sing parodies of pop songs.[]

On October 3, , the television show The Simpsons aired the episode "Bart's in Jail!" which featured a brief cameo of Bill Cipher as one of Loki's many incarnations, voiced by Alex Hirsch in a guest role.[]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Nominee Result Ref.
2nd Annual Behind the Voice Actor Awards Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series – Comedy/Musical Kristen Schaal as "Mabel Pines" Won []
Linda Cardellini as "Wendy" Nominated
Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role – Comedy/Musical Jennifer Coolidge as "Lazy Susan" Nominated
Teen Choice AwardsChoice TV: Animated Show Gravity FallsNominated []
40th Annie AwardsOutstanding Achievement, Production Design in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Ian Worrel for "Tourist Trapped" Nominated [][]
Outstanding Achievement, Voice Acting in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production Kristen Schaal as "Mabel Pines" in "Tourist Trapped" Won
Promax AwardsPromotion/Marketing Presentation – Print Or Specialty – Gold Disney Channel's Gravity Falls Affiliate Mailer Won []
3rd Annual Behind the Voice Actor Awards Best Female Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series – Comedy/Musical Kristen Schaal as "Mabel Pines" Won []
Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role – Comedy/Musical Linda Cardellini as "Wendy" Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Best Animated Series Gravity FallsNominated []
2nd Annual PAAFTJ Television AwardsBest Animated Series Gravity FallsNominated [citation needed]
Best Directing for an Animated Series John Aoshima for "Tourist Trapped" Nominated
Best Writing for an Animated Series Mike Rianda and Alex Hirsch for "The Inconveniencing" Nominated
Best Voice Actor in an Animated Series Alex Hirsch Nominated
Best Voice Actress in an Animated Series Kristen Schaal Nominated
Best Artistic/Visual Achievement in an Animated Series Phil Rynda (production design), Ian Worrel (art direction), Chris Houghton and ‘C’ Raggio IV (character design) and Mark Garcia (storyboard) for "Fight Fighters" Nominated
Best Main Title Theme Music (New Shows Only) Gravity FallsWon
Kids' Choice AwardsFavorite Animated Animal Sidekick Waddles Nominated []
66th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy AwardsOutstanding Individual Achievement in Animation Ian Worrel for "Dreamscaperers" Won []
41st Annie AwardsBest Animated TV/Broadcast Production For Children's AudienceGravity FallsNominated [][]
Outstanding Achievement for Directing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production John Aoshima Nominated
Outstanding Achievement for Storyboarding in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production Alonso Ramos-Ramirez Nominated
61st Golden Reel AwardsBest Sound Editing – Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR Animation in Television Heather Olsen, Robbi Smith, Aran Tanchum and John Lampinen for "Gideon Rises" Nominated []
Teen Choice AwardsChoice TV: Animated Show Gravity FallsNominated []
4th Annual Behind the Voice Actor Awards Best Male Lead Vocal Performance in a Television Series – Comedy/Musical Alex Hirsch as "Grunkle Stan" Nominated []
Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role – Comedy/Musical Jessica DiCicco as "Tambry" Nominated
Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role – Comedy/Musical Peter Serafinowicz as "Blind Ivan" Nominated
Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Guest Role – Comedy/Musical Jessica DiCicco as "Giffany" Nominated
Best Vocal Ensemble in a Television Series – Comedy/Musical Gravity FallsNominated
42nd Annie AwardsBest Animated TV/Broadcast Production for Children's AudienceGravity FallsWon []
Outstanding Achievement, Directing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production Rob RenzettiNominated
Outstanding Achievement, Storyboarding in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production Luke Weber, Alonso Ramirez Ramos, Neil Graf, and Steve Heneveld Nominated
5th Critics' Choice Television AwardsBest Animated SeriesGravity FallsNominated []
67th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy AwardsOutstanding Individual Achievement in AnimationAlonso Ramirez Ramos for "Not What He Seems" Won []
20th BAFTA Children's AwardsBest International Series Production team of Gravity FallsWon [][]
62nd Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR Animation in Television Heather Olsen, Robbi Smith, Aran Tanchum and John Lampinen for "Into the Bunker" Nominated []
Teen Choice AwardsChoice TV: Animated Show Gravity FallsNominated []
5th Annual Behind the Voice Actor Awards Best Male Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role J.K. Simmons as "Ford Pines" Won []
Best Female Vocal Performance in a Television Series in a Supporting Role Niki Yang as "Candy Chiu" Nominated
Best Vocal Ensemble in a Television Series Gravity FallsNominated
43rd Annie AwardsBest Animated TV/Broadcast Production For Children's Audience "Not What He Seems" Nominated []
Outstanding Achievement, Directing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production Matt Braly for "Northwest Mansion Mystery" Won
Outstanding Achievement, Production Design in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production Ian Worrel and Jeffrey Thompson for "Xpcveaoqfoxso (Weirdmageddon)" Nominated
Outstanding Achievement, Writing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production Alex Hirsch, Shion Takeuchi, Josh Weinstein, Jeff Rowe, and Matt Chapman for "Not What He Seems" Nominated
Kids' Choice AwardsFavorite CartoonGravity FallsNominated []
75th Annual Peabody AwardsExcellence in Children's/Youth Programming Gravity FallsNominated [][]
Teen Choice AwardsChoice TV Show: Animated Gravity FallsNominated []
Kids' Choice Awards MexicoFavorite Cartoon Gravity FallsNominated []
Kids' Choice Awards ArgentinaFavorite Cartoon Gravity FallsWon []
Kids' Choice Awards Brazil Favourite International Animation Gravity FallsNominated []
63rd Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR Animation in Television Heather Olsen for Gravity FallsNominated []
44th Annie AwardsOutstanding Achievement, Writing in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production Shion Takeuchi, Mark Rizzo, Jeff Rowe, Josh Weinstein and Alex Hirsch for "Weirdmageddon Part 3: Take Back the Falls" Nominated []
Outstanding Achievement, Editorial in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production Kevin Locarro, Andrew Sorcini, Nancy Frazen and Tony Mizgalski for "Weirdmageddon Part 3: Take Back the Falls" Nominated
Teen Choice AwardsChoice TV: Animated Show Gravity FallsNominated []
64th Golden Reel Awards Best Sound Editing – Sound Effects, Foley, Dialogue and ADR in Television Animation Heather Olsen, Robbi Smith, Aran Tanchum and John Lampinen for "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back the Falls" Nominated []
Kids' Choice Awards Mexico Favorite Animated Series Gravity FallsNominated []
Kids' Choice Awards Brazil Favourite Cartoon Gravity FallsNominated []
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Favorite Animated Series Gravity FallsNominated []

Future[edit]

On July 14, , Hirsch revealed that he and Disney had talked about making a Gravity Falls film. Disney ultimately passed on the project, as the studio felt the show "wasn't big enough to warrant [a film]"; Hirsch said he was still interested in the idea.[]

During an interview with Inverse in , Hirsch expressed interest in continuing the story of Gravity Falls in the form of a video game that "is really, really in-depth to the lore of the series and includes new canon that has been in the periphery of the series."[]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^This is the date the pilot was released on DVD. Prior to this, the pilot was released online on August 3, as a reward from Alex Hirsch for completing the 2, piece jigsaw puzzle that was a clue in the Cipher Hunt.
  2. ^The first episode of season 1 premiered as a series preview. The series made its official premiere on Disney Channel on June 29,
  3. ^The first episode of season 2 premiered on Disney Channel. The second season officially began on August 4, on Disney XD, the new network for the series.

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The following is a list of cryptograms from Gravity Falls. There is a cryptogram during the credits of each episode. They use Caesar ciphers, Atbash ciphers, A1Z26 cipher and the keyed Vigenère ciphers. Episodes use the Caesar cipher, episodes use Atbash ciphers, episodes use the A1Z26 cipher, episode 20 uses a combined cipher (a combination of any given cipher), and episodes present use a Vigenère cipher.

Episode 1) Tourists Trapped

During the end credits of this episode, there was a cryptogram that read "ZHOFRPH WR JUDYLWB IDOOV." Once decoded, it reads "WELCOME TO GRAVITY FALLS." This isn't really relevant, it is just the first episode though.

Episode 2) The legend of the Gobblewonker

During the end credits of this episode, the cryptogram read "QHAW ZHHN: UHWXUQ WR EXWW LVODQG." Once decoded, it reads "NEXT WEEK: RETURN TO BUTT ISLAND."

Episode 3) Head Hunters

During the end credits of this episode, there is a cryptogram that reads "KH'V VWLOO LQ WKH YHQWV." Once decoded, it reads "HE'S STILL IN THE VENTS." It is referring to Wax Larry King's head. Which makes sense, since after all the end of this episode he got away and his head , which wasn't destroyed , was still hopping around in the vents even though Mabel and Dipper thought they got rid of them.
So that means, even in the latest episodes , he was in the vents. Creepy, huh?

Episode 4) The Hand That Rocks The Mabel

During the end credits of this episode, there was a cryptogram that read "FDUOD, ZKB ZROW BRY FDOO PH?" Once decoded, it reads, "CARLA, WHY WONT YOU CALL ME?" 'Carla' was mentioned in the end of Tent of Telepathy commercial. Someone in the show might have had a past relationship with " Carla ".

Episode 5) The Inconveniencing

During the end credits of this episode, there is a cryptogram that reads "RQZDUGV DRVKLPD!" Once decoded, it reads "ONWARDS AOSHIMA!" referring to what Mabel said while hallucinating.

Episode 6) Dipper vs. Manliness

During the end credits of this episode, there is a cryptogram that reads "PU. FDHVDULDQ ZLOO EH RXW QHAW ZHHN. PU. DWEDVK ZLOO VXEVWLWXWH." Once decoded, it reads "MR. CAESARIAN WILL BE OUT NEXT WEEK. MR. ATBASH WILL SUBSTITUTE." This indicated that a new cipher (Atbash) was going to be used in subsequent episodes.

Episode 7) Double Dipper

The cryptogram in this episode says "KZKVI QZN WRKKVI HZBH: "ZFFTSDCJSTZWHZWFS!" Which, when translated using the Atbash Code says, "PAPER JAM DIPPER SAYS: "AUUGHWXQHGADSADUH!"

Episode 8) Irrational Treasure

During the ending credits of this episode, there is a cryptogram that reads "V. KOFIRYFH GIVNYOVB." Once decoded, it reads "E. PLURIBUS TREMBLEY." In Latin, this means, "Out of many, Trembley.", which is a reference to a phrase "E pluribus unum" ("Out of many, one") that appears on the Seal of the United States and was a de facto motto of the US until (This is hilarious if you get it)

Episode 9) The Time Travelers Pig

During the ending credits of this episode, there was a cryptogram that reads "MLG S.T. DVOOH ZKKILEVW." Once decoded, it reads "NOT H.G. WELLS APPROVED." This is because H.G. Wells wrote books about time travel.

Episode 10) Fight Fighters

During the end credits of this episode, there was a cryptogram that read "HLIIB, WRKKVI, YFG BLFI DVMWB RH RM ZMLGSVI XZHGOV." Once decoded, it reads "SORRY, DIPPER, BUT YOUR WENDY IS IN ANOTHER CASTLE." This refers to Super Mario Bros. games, in which Toad says to Mario when defeating a fake Bowser, "Thank you Mario! But our princess is in another castle!"

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End pictures of Gravity Falls (Updated)

2 episodes left to the end of season 2.  I can't wait to see the new episode. excited 

The skull is from the episode 1 - Scary-oke

The totem pole is from the episode 10 - Northwest Mansion Noir

The atom is from the episode 2 - Into the Bunker

The flying saucer is from the episode 17 - Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future

The picture of Bill is from the episode 18 - Weirdmageddon Part 1

The heart is from the episode 9 - The love God

Stan&#;s nose/ one eyed star is from the episode 14 - Stanchurian candidate

The hourglass is from the episode 8 - Blendin's game

The cyclops is from the episode 6 - Little gift shop of horror

The sock puppet is from the episode 4 &#; Sock opera

The six fingered hand is from the episode 12 - A tale of two Stans

Stanford&#;s face is from the episode 15 - The last Mabelcorn

The infinity sided dice is from the episode 13 - Dungeons Dungeons and more Dungeons

The mind eraser gun is from the episode 7 - Society of the Blind Eye

Stanford&#;s hair is from the episode 19 - Weirdmageddon Part 2 Escape from reality

The spider is from the episode 16 - Roadside attractions

The wind mill is from the episode 3 &#; The golf war

The portal is from the episode 11 - Not what he seems

The Bear-o is from the episode 5 &#; Soos and the real girl

Stanley's eyes and Pinetree is from the episode 20 - Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls.


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Credits Gag / Gravity Falls

There's a different cryptogram in the ending credits of each episode, typically using one of four different ciphers: Caesarian, Atbash, A1Z26, or Vigenère:


Season One

  • "Tourist Trapped": WELCOME TO GRAVITY FALLS.
  • "The Legend of the Gobblewonker": NEXT WEEK: RETURN TO BUTT ISLAND.
  • "Headhunters": HE'S STILL IN THE VENTS.
  • "The Hand That Rocks The Mabel": CARLA, WHY WONT YOU CALL ME?
  • "The Inconveniencing": ONWARDS AOSHIMA!
  • "Dipper vs. Manliness": MR. CAESARIAN WILL BE OUT NEXT WEEK. MR. ATBASH WILL SUBSTITUTE.note This indicates a transition from Caesarian cipher to Atbash cipher for the next set of codes.
  • "Double Dipper": PAPER JAM DIPPER SAYS: "AUUGHWXQHGADSADUH".
  • "Irrational Treasure": "E. PLURIBUS TREMBLEY".
  • "The Time Traveler's Pig": NOT H.G. WELLS APPROVED!
  • "Fight Fighters": SORRY, DIPPER, BUT YOUR WENDY IS IN ANOTHER CASTLE.
  • "Little Dipper": THE INVISIBLE WIZARD IS WATCHING.
  • "Summerween": BROUGHT TO YOU BY HOMEWORK: THE CANDY.
  • "Boss Mabel": HEAVY IS THE HEAD THAT WEARS THE FEZ.
  • "The Bottomless Pit": NEXT UP: "FOOTBOT TWO: GRUNKLE'S GREVENGE"
  • "The Deep End": VIVAN LOS PATOS DE LA PISCINAnote LONG LIVE THE POOL DUCKS
  • "Carpet Diem": BUT WHO STOLE THE CAPERS?
  • "Boyz Crazy": HAPPY NOW, ARIEL?note A reference to Ariel Hirsch's love of boy bands.
  • "Land Before Swine": IT WORKS FOR PIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGS!
  • "Dreamscaperers": TO BE CONTINUED
  • "Gideon Rises": This episode has two.
    • REVERSE THE CIPHERSnote This is a hint for how to solve the second code, which is another A1Z26 cipher, but it's reversed like an Atbash.
    • SEARCH FOR THE BLINDEYE

Season Two

Starting here, each episode has a second code as a Freeze-Frame Bonus after the credits.

  • "Scary-oke":
    • In credits: WELCOME BACK (the key is "Widdle" in Gideon's Cell).
    • After credits: THE MAN DOWNSTAIRS IS VERY CLEVER, CAN HE HIDE HIS PLANS FOREVER?
  • "Into the Bunker":
    • In credits: WHAT KIND OF DISASTER INDEED (the key is "Shifter" on a barrel in the bunker).
    • After credits: IMPROPER USE OF MACHINERY COULD LEAD TO UTTER CATASTROPHE
  • "The Golf War":
    • In credits: REMEMBER BIG HENRY (the key is "Whatevs" on the castle wall during the escape scene).
    • After credits: OLD MAN SLEEPING ON THE GREEN / CAN&#;T HELP BUT WONDER WHAT HE&#;S SEEN
  • "Sock Opera":
    • In credits: WE'VE ALL HAD SOME FUN TONIGHT, BUT LET'S NOT FORGET WHO THE REAL 'PUPPET MASTERS' ARE: REPTOIDS WHO HAVE INFILTRATED OUR GOVERNMENT (the key is "Cipher" on the attic's ceiling, seen after Bill hijacks Dipper's body).
    • After credits: NO PUPPET STRINGS CAN HOLD ME DOWN / SO PATIENTLY I WATCH THIS TOWN / ABNORMAL SOON WILL BE THE NORM / ENJOY THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM
  • "Soos and the Real Girl":
  • "Little Gift Shop of Horrors":
    • In credits: CHECK OUT DR. WADDLES&#; LATEST BOOK: "A BRIEF HISTORY OF OINK OINK OINK OINK OINK" (the key is "Noncanon," as seen on the side of the top railing in Harry Claymore's house.
    • After credits: ALL ANIMATION IS BLACK MAGIC
  • "Society of the Blind Eye":
    • In credits: IGNORANCE IS BLISS. BUT BLISS IS BORING (The key is "Erase"),
    • After credits: GIDEON&#;S TANTRUMS, MISSPELLED TATTOOS, SHANDRA'S REJECTIONS, SOCIETY'S VIEWS, A FEAR OF WITCHES, A LIFE OF REGRET, THESE ARE THE THINGS THEY TRY TO FORGET.
  • "Blendin's Game":
    • In credits: DON'T DO THE TIME CRIME IF YOU CAN'T DO THE TIME TIME (Key is "Capacitor", seen on a billboard during The Teaser)
    • After credits: JOIN THE TIME PARADOX AVOIDANCE ENFORCEMENT SQUADRON! GREAT HOURS! SOLID BENEFITS! SIGN UP YESTERDAY!
  • "The Love God":
    • In credits: I EAT KIDS (The key is "GoatAndAPig")
    • After credits: AT THE PLAY OR AT THE FAIR, I ALWAYS SEE THEM STANDING THERE. DRESSED IN BLACK THEY'RE ON MY LAWN, BUT WHEN I TURN MY HEAD THEY'RE GONE.
  • "Northwest Mansion Mystery":
    • In credits: NEXT UP ON UTBAHC: DID ALIENS WRITE THE CONSTITUTION? CRAWDADS IN TIARAS AND FLORIDA: THE SHOW(The key is "Cursed")
    • After credits: STANISNOTWHATHESEEMS STANISNOTWHATHESEEMS STANISNOTWHATHESEEMS
  • "Not What He Seems":
    • In credits THE ORIGINAL MYSTERY TWINS
    • After credits: THIRTY YEARS AND NOW HE'S BACK. THE MYSTERY IN THE MYSTERY SHACK. Talk about Wham Line.
  • "A Tale of Two Stans":
    • In credits: BACKUPSMORE UNIVERSITY: YOU TRIED (key is "Sixer" on young 'Ford's map)
    • After credits: A STUBBORN TOUGH NEW JERSEY NATIVE, FILBRICK WASN'T TOO CREATIVE. HAVING TWINS WAS NOT HIS PLAN, SO HE JUST SHRUGGED AND NAMED BOTH STAN.
  • "Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons": EXCELSI-WHATEVER (key is "radmaster") and after credits: FUN AND GAMES ARE GREAT DISTRACTIONS BUT SMALL THINGS CAN HAVE CHAIN REACTIONS.
  • "The Stanchurian Candidate": In credits: GIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTT 'EM! (Key is "Workinit") and after: BE WARY OF WHOM YOU BELITTLE. BIG PROBLEMS CAN START OUT WIDDLE.
  • "The Last Mabelcorn": In credits: A SIMPLE MAN WITH EAGER EARS MAY TRUST THE WHISPERS THAT HE HEARS (Key is "Schmendrick") and after credits: IN CIPHER'S GAME HE NEEDS A PAWN / BE SURE TO KNOW WHICH SIDE YOU'RE ON.
  • "Roadside Attraction: In credits: SOOS, LIKE A NOBLE GOLDEN RETRIEVER, EVENTUALLY FOUND HIS WAY HOMEWARD, AND BEFRIENDED A TALKING BULLDOG AND SASSY CAT ALONG THE WAY. (Key is "Dopper") And after the credits: CARLA MCCORKLE RETURNED ALL HIS FLOWERS / MARILYN DIVORCED AFTER ONLY SIX HOURS / BEATRICE SLAPPED HIM FOR BEING A CAD / OLD GOLDIE'S THE BEST GIRLFRIEND STAN EVER HAD
  • "Dipper and Mabel vs the Future": In credits: DID YOU MISS ME? (Key is "Bluebook") After the credits: THE PROPHECY SEEMED FAR AWAY BUT FINALLY WE'VE REACHED THE DAY. GIVE UP THE PAST. EMBRACE THE STRANGE. EVERYTHING YOU CARE ABOUT WILL CHANGE
  • "Weirdmageddon": In credits: IT WILL TAKE 1, YEARS FOR TIME BABY'S MOLECULES TO RECONSTITUTE, AND WHEN HE'S BACK, HE'S GOING TO BE VERY CRANKY. (Key is "Cillbipher") After credits: GAME IS OVER, AND I WON / NOW IT'S TIME TO START THE FUN / I ALWAYS LOVE CORRUPTING LIVES / NOW LET'S SEE WHICH PINES SURVIVES
  • "Weirdmageddon 2: Escape From Reality": In credits: CRAZ AND XYLER WENT ON TO RUN THE LEGAL DEPARTMENT AT A MAJOR CHILDREN'S TELEVISION NETWORK (Key is "Dippyfresh") After credits: WHEN ONE GETS TRAPPED INSIDE THE PAST / DREAMS CAN TURN TO NIGHTMARES FAST
  • "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back the Falls": In credits: SOOS LATER FORCED MCGUCKET TO WATCH ALL HOURS OF NEON CRISIS MECHABOT BOY: REVELATIONS (Key is "Shacktron") After credits: TEN SYMBOLS PLACED AROUND A WHEEL / HAND IN HAND THEY'LL BOND THE SEAL / BUT BREAK THE CHAIN, AND PAY THE COST / THE PROPHECY WILL ALL BE LOST
  • "Weirdmageddon 4: Somewhere in The Woods": In credits: GOODBYE GRAVITY FALLS (Key is "Axolotl") After credits: FADED PICTURES BLEACHED BY SUN / THE TALE'S TOLD, THE SUMMER'S DONE / IN MEMORIES THE PINES STILL PLAY / ON A SUNNY SUMMER'S DAY

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The show uses backwards messages, riddles, and a variety of codes and cryptograms for viewers to crack in order to uncover secret messages. These messages can be found in plain sight at the end of the credits in every episode and hidden throughout the actual episodes. Sometimes the messages can be decoded into something comical, but other times it will be something more serious that will reveal hints and important clues for future episodes or even extra lore on the story and characters. According to Alex Hirsch, the codes for every episode are written out by him and inserted into the episode at the last minute.

Gravity Falls is assumed to reside in the same canonical universe as the Adult Swim TV show Rick and Morty. In an episode of Gravity Falls, Stan's coffee mug, notepad and pen fly through a portal he is monitoring. In an episode of Rick and Morty, the same three items are seen falling through a portal in the background.

The character of Mabel is based on Alex Hirsch's twin sister, Ariel. Alex Hirsch used his own grandfather for the inspiration for Grunkle Stan. Soos is based on an old college buddy of Alex Hirsch's named Jesús Chambrot.

Unlike most Western animated TV series where characters have either 4 or 5 fingers, Gravity Falls manages to mix characters having either number. According to former series writer/creative director Micheal Rianda, this is because some characters look better having 4 or 5 fingers on them.

The Mystery Shack is based on the Oregon Vortex, a tourist trap that Alex Hirsch encountered while visiting Oregon during his college years.

On November 20, , Alex Hirsch announced via his Tumblr that Gravity Falls would be ending with it's second season in the form of the hour-long series finale. In the Tumblr post, Hirsch stated that the show wasn't being canceled, it was being finished and that this was % his choice not Disney's. Hirsch said he had planned out a story for Gravity Falls from the beginning and that it was simply reaching it's natural conclusion. Hirsch never wanted Gravity Falls to continue on with multiple seasons, just because it was popular, until it jumped the shark or faded into obscurity like numerous other children's cartoon shows. Additionally, Hirsch also said that by ending the show after it's second season, it just means that this chapter of the story is done and for now, he's done telling the story. Hirsch has been keen to remind fans that he has left the door open for future Gravity Falls stories and that he would be willing to return to the Gravity Falls world someday in the future.

Bill Cipher, the dream demon, can see through his depictions (a triangle with an eye). His depictions are everywhere in the show, which means he has an appearance in every episode of the show. The crew behind the show put his depictions everywhere so the audience knows that he is watching the Pines family ALL the time.

At the end of the intro song, there is a whisper that sounds like "I'm still here." in the first season. Reversing the audio reveals that it says "three letters back." In later episodes it says "switch a with z" and even later it says "26 letters". In season 2 it says "key vigenère". All of these are hints to the cryptogram at the end of the episode. In "Not what he seems" the whisper is changed to "Not what he seems"

Alex Hirsch based the entire series on the exciting summer he wished he and his twin sister, Ariel could have had as children. Since most of their actual summers were pretty boring, Hirsch would spend time daydreaming about encountering gnomes or solving mysteries.

There is a lot of continuity in Gravity Falls. Often times something will be changed and stay changed. Far from the only examples are the "S" in the Mystery Shack sign getting knocked off in "Head Hunters" and Stan wrapping his hand in a bandage at the end of "Society of the Blind eye". Many other things are permanently altered, some of which have a special significance to the show's lore, which is discussed in the behind the scenes special, "Between the Pines".

The symbol in Stan's fez (a form of crescent shape) was changed in the middle of season 1, due to an issue with a country where the symbol was considered offensive. In Gravity Falls: Boss Mabel (), the goat Gompers ate Stan's fez during the credit scene. In the next episode, Gravity Falls: Bottomless Pit! (), Stan appears with a different symbol on his hat (a shape resembling Pac-Man). This same symbol was used in the opening sequence. Oddly enough, the symbol was not changed in the picture with Bill Cipher's wheel displayed during the final split-second frame of the intro.

Alex Hirsch created a real life treasure hunt called "Cipher Hunt". The goal of the hunt was to find an actual statue of Bill Cipher, briefly glimpsed in the credits of the series finale, by retrieving clues and decoding codes, riddles and backwards messages hidden in various locations all around the world! Some clues were found in places as far away as Russia and Japan, but most were located within the USA. One clue involved a 2, piece puzzle, which took fans nearly a week and a half to complete with almost always someone working on it. While working on the puzzle, some fans took sleep shifts and others didn't sleep at all. After two long weeks, the statue was found in a forest in a small town called Reedsport, Oregon. The first ones to the statue received a prize, although some would say the hunt was mainly about the journey and not the destination. The hunt began on July 20, and finished on August 2, Both the Bill Cipher statue and the Cipher Hunt puzzle are now on display at Confusion Hill, a tourist trap very similar to the mystery shack. There is also a treasure chest in the gift shop for fans to take and leave treasures for future Cipher Hunters, as well as a log book for fans to write down what state or country they traveled from, the time and date they "found Bill" and also list the item(s) they left in the treasure chest.

Creator Alex Hirsch appears in the background of several episodes. He is the man in a red flannel jacket and red-ish brown hair.

Film director David Lynch was asked to voice Bill, but declined. Alex voices the character with what he calls a "bad impression" of Lynch.

Wendy and Robbie met at a 5th grade birthday party. He pulled her pigtails and she punched him in the face, chipping his tooth. He remembers but she doesn't.

Dipper and Mabel Pines are from Piedmont, California, the place where show creator, Alex Hirsch, is from.

If you search for the Gravity Falls location on Google Maps it'll take you to The Oregon Vortex.

According to Alex Hirsch, Dipper and Mabel's first names are their parents' middle names.

Gideon is at least 10 years old and can be seen as a baby when Dipper and Mabel travel back in time in Blendin's Game.

The Time Baby is "the last son of an extinct race of time giants" (according to Bill Cipher).

Mabel went to the hospital once for eating scratch-and-sniff stickers.

Dipper wrote a theme song for himself and he sings it in the shower.

All throughout Season 2, at various points in episodes, random words can be found etched into the background. These words are actually keys for solving Vigenère ciphers provided on a puzzle piece after the credits. These puzzle pieces fit together to create a Cryptic Page, with Grunkle Stan and Grunkle Ford's faces in the center of it. Along with these ciphers, combinations of Atbash, Caesar and numbered ciphers are seen after the credits in sections of a "Cryptic Page".

Northwest Mansion Mystery was the first episode that Stan didn't appear. He was not even mentioned. It was the second time Soos didn't appear but it was the first time he was not even mentioned.

During an interview with creator Alex Hirsch, he revealed that he is a huge fan of the X-Files and has been since he was a kid, and that Gravity Falls was influenced greatly by it during its creation.

Bigfoot can be seen in the opening for a split second. This is brought up by Bill Cipher in Gravity Falls: Dreamscaperers () when he displays a sequence of images showing that he knows lots of things though it probably is just an Easter egg.

The soda Pitt Cola is not only a joke (because of the peach pit inside it) but is a reference to Joe Pitt, one of the directors of the show.

Soos writes fan fictions about the Pines family (mainly about Grunkle Stan)

Grunkle Stan has been practicing the same coin trick since and still can't master it.

A supernatural creature highlighted in the show's mini-series, "Dipper's Guide to The Unexplained," called the Hide-Behind, was described first in a manner similar to the popular urban legend, Slenderman. On a similar note, a popular Gravity Falls meme was Slenderman making numerous vague appearances throughout episodes, which showed him photo shopped into episode screen caps, despite never making an official appearance.

Stan did "The Stan Wrong Song", featured in the end credits of Gravity Falls: Boss Mabel (), 48 times before he got it right.

Even though voicing Gruncle Stan and Soos, the oldest of the main characters, Alex Hirsch is actually the youngest of the the main cast. He is younger than Jason Ritter by 5 years, Kristen Schaal by 7 years, and Linda Cardellini by 10 years.

The town of Gravity Falls was inspired by the real life town of Boring, Oregon.

Dipper is the only character to appear in every episode of the series. Mabel is in every episode except "Weirdmageddon: Part 1," Grunkle Stan is in every episode except for "Northwest Mansion Mystery," and Soos is in every episode except for "Irrational Treasure," and "Northwest Mansion Mystery."

In the Gravity Falls Pilot, the book that Dipper has is called "Dr. Crackpot's Book of the Damned" rather than "Journal 3".

Some unused episode ideas include: Stan starting his own religion called "Stanentology", Wendy gaining weather controlling powers, Dipper and Mabel winning a trip to a twin convention where they realize they are the world's most boring Twins so they try to gain power over the other twins, Dipper meeting his future self, Mabel finding a sweater at a swap meet that is haunted by the ghost of the old lady who'd died wearing it who possesses her, an old biker friend of Stan's coming to town who has a Ghost Rider-esque curse, Waddles catching a severe illness with Mabel being forced to visit Gideon in jail as he was the one with the antidote, Stan taking the kids on a camping trip in the woods and staying in the cabin of a headless demon hunter, and Dipper and Mabel encountering a mysterious doll collector who wants to make them part of her collection.

In the real-life edition of Journal 3 it is revealed that Gruncle Stan stole a dinosaur egg from the caverns in the episode "The Land Before Swine" and it hatched into baby Compsognathus which they named Compy. Compy picked the pockets of tourists and scared away customers, taking their money. As a result, they had to give Compy away to Farmer Sprott.

Dipper's favorite band is a nerd rock band called "The Bad First Impressions." But he secretly listens to Top 40 hits as well.

The Gravity Falls Pilot that was used to sell the show to Disney initially went unaired and unreleased to the public for several years. A few screenshots of it were available online, but no voices, music, animation etc. It wasn't until the "Cipher Hunt" in that Alex Hirsch made the promise to finally release the unaired Pilot to the public, but only if fans completed the piece puzzle that was a clue in the hunt. It took a week, but fans succeeded in completing the puzzle. Upon its completion, Alex Hirsch made a surprise appearance and signed the puzzle and then signed autographs and took photos with the fans who were there. Hirsch kept his promise and uploaded the Gravity Falls Pilot to the Internet in weeks following the hunt. The Pilot can now also be found on the Gravity Falls complete series collectors edition DVD/Blu-Ray which was released in

Acclaimed filmmakers and authors Guillermo Del Toro and R. L. Stine are fans of the series.

In , Alex Hirsch and the Gravity Falls crew took a 4-day road trip called, "Mystery Tour ", to find "the weirdest tourist traps" all across Oregon and Northern California. Hirsch and company left behind several drawings of Bill Cipher in various spots, such as telephone poles, signs and trash cans, and released photos of them over Twitter for fans to find. The fans who took a picture of themselves in the same spots received varying "Mystery Prizes".

In the episode's "The Time Traveler's Pig" & "Blendin's Game" The two agents who take Blendin in and chasing after him are named "Lolph" and "Dundgren" an obvious reference to the Action Star: Dolph Lundgren.

Alex Hirsch provides the voice talent for more than five characters in Gravity Falls, including Grunkle Stan, Soos, Old Man McGucket, Bill Cipher and the gnomes.

Blendin's name (Blendin Blandin) is a pun, because he is hidden in the background. He is "Blendin'" with the crowd.

The evil demon, Bill Cipher, is based on the Eye of Providence symbol, but wearing a top hat and a bow tie.

The names of multiple characters make references to things in real life. Dipper is named after the Big Dipper constellation (due to him having the Big Dipper in the form of a birthmark on his forehead), Bill Cipher is named after the dollar BILL and the CIPHER wheel, and Pacifica Northwest is named after The Pacific Northwest.

According to Dipper, Gravity Falls is not on most maps. On Stan's campaign Twitter page, Stan explains that the reason for this is because he "got in a fistfight with the state mapmaker" causing Gravity Falls to be removed from maps years ago - part of Stan's campaign was to put Gravity Falls back on the map.

"Gravity Falls" has two ties to Scooby-Doo. The character of Wendy is voiced by Linda Cardellini, who played Velma in the two live-action theatrical Scooby-Doo movies, and Grey Griffin (formerly Grey DeLisle), who voices Daphne in many of the Scooby-Doo animated movies, provides additional voices on a regular basis for "Gravity Falls".

In the Opening theme song of Phineas & Ferb, they show "something that doesn't exists" which resembles a Turtle mixed with a Unicorn; this same "Thing" appears in the Mystery Shack as a Skeleton, often used as a makeshift Table.

Several episodes make reference to the phrase, "Trust no one." This is a direct quote from "The X-Files", which heavily influenced the show.

The only sweater Mabel wears more than once is her shooting star sweater. She wears it in S1 E1 "Tourist Trapped", S1 E4 "The Hand That Rocked Mabel", and in parts 2&3 of the "Weirdmageddon" series. She also wears it in the title sequence. Mabel also technially wears the same sweater in the episodes "Not What He Seems" and "A Tale of Two Stans," but the events that happen in both episodes are back-to-back, so she wouldn't have been able to change her sweater.

To coincide with the release of journal 3, Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra, California held a Gravity Falls art show called, "Farewell to the Falls: A Gravity Falls Art Show" on August , 50+ artists, many of whom worked on the series, exhibited their work and series creator Alex Hirsch was there signing autographs. Some fans camped out overnight to see the show and some works of art sold for over $1,

Soos's license plate says 'FIXINIT1' which is also the password to his computer.

In "The Last Mabelcorn", "Abolish Electoral College" is on Mabel's list of good deeds.

On reflection, Alex Hirsch wishes he had done more episodes that revolve around Wendy.

As the Shape Shifter is being frozen at the end of "Into The Bunker" he transforms into Dipper giving off a horrified expression and claims this will be the final form that Dipper will ever take. At the end of "Northwest Mansion Mystery" Dipper is turned into wood and takes on the same expression that the Shape Shifter said would be his final form.

Episode titles are often movie references, examples include: The Time Traveler's Pig, Fight Fighters, Little Gift Shop of Horrors, Soos and the Real Girl, and Tourist Trapped.

Bill Cipher was originally going to be be colored green after the dollar bill he was named after. One of the artists thought that made him look like a leaf, so they made him yellow instead.

When asked about the Pines family's religious beliefs on Twitter, Alex Hirsch claims Stan and Ford were raised Jewish, but both later converted to Atheism. While Dipper and Mabel were raised Agnostic, but celebrate all holidays for fun at Mabels insistence.

The slogan for the The Gravity Falls Gossiper is "Now With Less Typo."

In "The Love God", Mabel's striped rainbow sweater is meant to be a reference to the rainbow pride flag.

Alex Hirsch came up with the name "Gravity Falls" while walking by the House of Pies in LA, California.

Bill Cipher was originally going to have his own Villain Song in Weirdmageddon Part 1 called "It's Gonna Get Weird". Unfortunately, the song was cut due to time constraints but you can watch a full animatic for it on YouTube, and as a deleted scene in the special features of the Gravity Falls complete series box set.

In the next three years following Gravity Falls' conclusion we got at least two new things related to Gravity Falls each summer. In summer we got "Journal 3", "Dipper and Mabel and the curse of the time pirates treasure", the "cipher hunt" and the official Gravity Falls art show. In summer we got the "Journal 3 special edition" and the official Gravity Falls coloring book, "don't color this book! It's cursed!" And in summer we got the Gravity Falls complete series DVD/Blu-Ray and "Gravity Falls Lost Legends".

Dipper's pine tree hat was originally going to be red (likely as a reference to the red woods), but Alex Hirsch thought it looked too much like Ash Ketchum's hat from Pokémon, so he changed it to be blue instead.

Creator Alex Hirsch was originally going to name Bill Cipher, Bill Black because he thought "Black" sounded dark and mysterious fitting with Bill's character. However, Disney was against the name because they were worried about getting sued by a real person named Bill Black. Hirsch eventually settled on the word "Cipher" for the character's surname as he found the word equally as dark and mysterious.

At the end of the opening intro, a picture is displayed of a wheel with Bill Cipher in the middle and symbols around him. Each symbol represents a character in the show, though the meanings behind the symbols are not revealed until the series finale. The picture also shows the Konami code and a cryptogram that says "Stan is not What He Seems." This is a reference to "The Owls are not What They Seem" from Twin Peaks and is a foreshadowing to the episode "Not What He Seems."

Before the premiere of Season 2, a 4Chan user posted an image to the website which depicted the character Old Man McGucket, sitting at a desk and writing in a journal. He is also depicted as having six fingers underneath his normally bandaged right hand, suggesting that he wrote the three journals seen throughout the show. The image appeared to be a piece of official production art drawn by the Gravity Falls crew and the user who posted the image claimed that they had spotted it while on a tour of Disney TVA Studios. However, in Episode 7 of Season 2, it is revealed that Old Man McGucket is in fact not the author of the journals. Creator Alex Hirsch later revealed that he had an artist who worked on the show draw this image and then leak it online to purposefully throw fans off track with their theories regarding who the author of the journals is. On reflection, this incident is referred to as "The McGucket Hoax".

The name of the main character Dipper Pines is actually a nickname he received due to a birthmark on his forehead that looks like The Big Dipper. His actual first name was not revealed within the show. It was only later after the series ended that Dipper's first name was revealed to be Mason. The inspiration for Dipper's birthmark came from Alex Hirch's childhood. When one of his friends had a huge acne problem. Hirsch would chart the constellations of his friend's acne in his sketchbook and one day he found that his acne formed a perfect Big Dipper on his forehead.

Blendin Blandin's first official appearance is in "The Time Traveler's Pig". The next episode he appears in is "Blendin's Game". However, if you look closely, you can see Blendin standing behind a bush in the forest in "Tourist Trapped", amongst a crowd of people for a brief moment in "The Mystery of The Gobblewonker" and at the end of "Gideon Rises", all before running off somewhere. All these appearances are revealed to be more than Easter eggs, and is actually him travelling back to numerous points in the past to amend time anomalies caused by Dipper and Mabel throughout the course of "The Time Traveler's Pig".

Before the release of the episode, the San Diego Comic Con trailer for Season 2 showed numerous snippets from "Soos and The Real Girl", namely shots of animatronics coming to life an attacking the main cast. Since then and up to the release of the episode, many have believed it to be a direct reference to the popular horror game franchise, Five Nights at Freddy's. It has however been confirmed that this is not the case, as the idea for the episode as well as numerous scenes had been animated and finalized before the release of the game.

For almost all promotional previews for future episodes of Gravity Falls, a split-second shot of the Cipher Wheel from the Journals written by Uncle Ford can be seen right after the Disney XD or Disney Channel title card. After Episode 17 of Season 2, Dipper and Mabel vs The Future, promotional previews for Episode 18, Weirdmageddon Part 1, show this Cipher Wheel slightly differently, as the drawing of Bill is replaced with a ripped hole in the shape of him adorning the page instead. This is a reference to how Bill Cipher had finally escaped from the Nightmare Realm and destroyed the rift between his dimension and Earth's, allowing him to truly take form.

Many episodes have alluded to an oncoming apocalypse. Bill Cipher references the onset of "something big" in Dreamscaperers and Sock Opera, he also tells Gideon that he has been working on something and describes "a darkness approaching. A day will come when everything you (The Pines family) care about will change." In the episode "Into The Bunker" it is possible to see that the Author predicted a catastrophic event and prepared enough supplies to last him several decades.

The number appears multiple times during the show, which is a reference to Alex Hirsch's birthday, June 18th. Examples of this include the number on the cash register in the Mystery Shack in the opening theme, the address of the mystery shack, the number painted onto the back of Gideon's truck in Weirdmageddon Part 1 and the experiment number for Uncle Ford's Quantum Destabilizer from the same episode.

The chase scene near the end of "Weirdmageddon Part 1" where Dipper and Wendy are pursued across a desolate landscape is a reference to Mad Max: Fury Road (), as well as one of Gideon's discount Road Warriors resembling Max.

During the chase scene in "Weirdmageddon: Part 1" Dipper and Wendy go through a portal and are briefly portrayed in person by Jason Ritter and Linda Cardellini, the same actors who voice the animated characters.

According to the DVD commentaries, the climax of Gravity Falls: Not What He Seems () was inspired by the climax to the anime FLCL ().

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