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See also: Tyrone, Paper Jam Dipper, and Tracey and Quattro

The Dipper clones are replicas of Dipper Pines that were created by using the cloning copy machine.


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Dipper, Tyrone, clone #3, and Paper Jam Dipper in Stan's office.

In "Double Dipper," Dipper accidentally activates the aforementioned copy machine and creates a copy of his arm, which he destroys with his soda. Dipper later creates Tyrone to help execute his complicated plan to get Wendy a dance with him. Eventually, Dipper creates nine more clones to help. While things go smoothly for a time, the clones turn on each other when the original Dipper deviates from the procedure by "talking to Wendy like a normal person," with clones #5 through #10 and Paper Jam Dipper disintegrating in the process. After Dipper and Tyrone realize their mistakes, they make up and opt to get some sodas, though Tyrone is melted upon drinking his. Clones #3 and #4 are living in some part of the forest, surviving by wearing rain coats.[1]

List of clones[]

Copies made by Dipper Pines of himself using a copy machine in "Double Dipper," all of whom look and act exactly like him.


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First sign of cloning.

The arm is an accidental, incomplete clone of Dipper. It is created when Dipper leans on the copy machine. Upon emerging from the paper, it crawls toward Dipper and Mabel. Dipper disintegrates it with his soda.


Main article: Tyrone

Tyrone is the first complete Dipper clone. Numbered 2, he acts as the clones' leader when their original counterpart goes against their complex plan. He melts after drinking soda.


Main article: Tracey and Quattro

Clone #3, he was created to steal Robbie's bike. Once he is created, he voices concerns that Robbie would catch him, prompting Dipper to make another clone, Paper Jam Dipper, who is extremely disfigured and incoherent. Tracey refuses to work with Paper Jam Dipper, necessitating the creation of a fourth clone. Once Clone #4, Quattro, is created, they steal Robbie's bike and ride into the woods. He is seen camping along with Quattro in the credits roll of "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls." He plays the banjo, as seen in the same credits. In Gravity Falls: Journal 3, he reveals his name to be Tracey.

Paper Jam Dipper[]

Main article: Paper Jam Dipper

Paper Jam Dipper is a failed attempt at a fourth Dipper clone. He is extremely deformed due to a paper jam while copying, causing him to turn out looking nothing like the other clones, nor speaking like them, with his speech being garbled yelling. He is dissolved in the fire sprinklers along with the other clones. While he is degenerating his last words are that this is probably better for him.


Main article: Tracey and Quattro

Clone #4. He is made to assist Tracey in taking Robbie's bike and never returns after carrying out this task. He is seen camping along with Tracey in the credits roll of "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls." In Gravity Falls: Journal 3, he revealed his name to be Quattro. Dipper worries about him, because he ran outside with Tracey when it was supposed to rain the next day, but he is shown to survive, wearing a poncho and sharing a tent with Tracey.

Clone #5[]

He is made with clones #6 through #10 in order to help Tyrone and Dipper form a plan B. He pulls down the shades in the party room, is the first to note that Dipper should not dance with Wendy because he did not follow through with the plan, drags Dipper to the closet, fights with his counterparts, and melts along with most of the other clones.

Clone #6[]

He is created for the same purpose as clones #5 through #10. He helps form a plan B, lets Dipper and Tyrone know that everything is in place, drags Dipper to the closet, fights with his counterparts, and melts with most of the other clones.

Clone #7[]

He is made for the same purpose as the other clones #5 through #9. He re-evaluates the plan with the other clones, adds a pink tint to the spotlight in the party room and helps the other clones drag Dipper to a closet. When the original Dipper tries to leave during the clone fight, he tapes a piece of paper to his hat that says "7," attempting to pose as #7. However, the real #7 affirms that Dipper is not, in fact, him. #7 is disintegrated by the fire sprinklers along with most of the other clones.

Clone #8[]

He is created for the same purpose as the other clones #5 through #9. He helps revise Dipper's plan, distracts Stan with money, fights with the other copies and is ultimately melted by fire sprinklers.

Clone #9[]

He is created for the same purpose as the other clones #5 through #9. He helps revise the plan to dance with Wendy, announces a "clone fight" after Dipper punches Tyrone, fights with and melts along with the other clones.

Clone #10[]

He is made for the same purpose as the other clones #5 through #9. He helps revise the plan, fights with the other clones and is melted by fire sprinklers. He distracts Soos with a laser pointer for fifteen minutes straight and puts the "Wendy Mix" CD in the player. He suggests that he should get to dance with Wendy because he was "around [Wendy] the least."

Dippy Fresh[]

Main article: Dippy Fresh

Dippy Fresh is a clone Mabel created for her own fantasy world to substitute Dipper.


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The clones going over their plans.

Each clone created is shown to have the same personality, knowledge and skills as the original, with the exception of Paper Jam Dipper and Quattro. They seem to focus on a single task and may even turn on the original and even each other for deviations from said task. Additionally, they appear to be able to share thoughts with Dipper and each other.

Clones that come out of paper jams have extreme mental and physical handicaps, to the point of not being able to eat or speak intelligibly.


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Tyrone, the first clone (left) with Paper Jam Dipper (right).

If the clone comes out perfectly they will resemble the original almost exactly, albeit with small changes. For example, the Dipper clones didn't have a pine tree on their hats (Dipper drew a number on each of them with a marker in the place where the pine tree would've been). They also lack the bow tie Dipper wore every time he cloned himself. The clones' skin and clothes are paler than their original. In the event of a paper jam, the clone still comes to life, but is severely misshapen and inconsistently colored.


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"If you're not gonna stick to the plan, then maybe you shouldn't be the Dipper to dance with Wendy."
—Clone #5[source]

"Fair point, fair point. Counter-point: Maybe I should get to dance with her because I've been around her the least."
—Clone #10[source]

"Clone fight!"
—Clone #9[source]


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  1. "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls." Shion Takeuchi, Mark Rizzo, Jeff Rowe, Josh Weinstein, Alex Hirsch (writers) & Stephen Sandoval (director). Gravity Falls. Disney XD. February 15, 2016. No. 20-21, season 2.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Gravity Falls: Journal 3 by Disney Book Group. July 26, 2016. Published by Disney Press. Page(s) Clone schedule page. ISBN: 978-1484746691.

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