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America guy[1] is a resident of Gravity Falls, Oregon. He is shown to be a very patriotic person.


Season 1

In "Irrational Treasure," when Mabel tries to pump up the crowd, she shouts "USA" and the man joins in, shedding several tears as he does so.

Season 2

In "The Love God," he attends the Woodstick Festival.

America guy outside Northwest Manor.

In "Northwest Mansion Mystery," he's among the townspeople trying to catch a glance of the party inside the Northwest Manor. He also managed to get inside the party after Pacifica opened the main gate.

In "Not What He Seems," he is with Bud at Gleeful's Auto Sale during one of the moments when gravity is reversed.

In "The Stanchurian Candidate," he is seen among the crowd of the Wednesday Stump Speech listening to Stan, shedding tears while doing so. Later, he's seen distributing bird seed in the Friday Debate.

In "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls," he is seen to have avoided capture and madness, and has found refuge in the Mystery Shack. Later, he is shown huddling around a fire with other survivors. Later, he is last seen in the crowd following Bill's defeat.


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He wears a yellow tank top that says "America" with a picture of the American flag below it. His hat is also stylized with an American flag. He has waist-long brown hair, and stubbles of a beard. He also has a version of the Great Seal of the United States tattoed on his chest.


Season 1

Season 2


"Good! He's saying all the right things!"
—America guy[source]

"Seed here! Support your favorite candidate by throwing election seed!"
—America guy[source]


  • In "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls," he is first seen as a refugee inside the Mystery Shack. But later, he was seen in town along with the other survivors, which results a plot inconsistency.


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  1. I'm Matt Braly, Storyboard Artist and Director on Gravity Falls. Ask me anything!. Reddit (June 20, 2015). Retrieved on June 20, 2015.

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