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Gideon Charles Gleeful (born early July 2002)[5] is a former fraudulent child psychic, whose hunger for ultimate power motivates him to manipulate and intimidate others into giving him what he wants. A sworn enemy of the Pines family, he serves as the main antagonist in Season 1, until his eventual defeat and incarceration. He was largely absent from the first half of Season 2 but returned during the final half of the season as the secondary antagonist, serving Bill. Despite being an antagonist throughout the majority of the show, he later sees the error of his ways during Weirdmageddon and is currently trying to restart his life as an ordinary citizen.

Gideon represents the one-eyed pentagram associated with the Bill Cipher Zodiac, due to his usage of it as the insignia of his former business, the Tent of Telepathy.


Season 1

Gideon is first shown (as a cameo) in an advertisement on the back of an issue of "Wacky News" in the episode "The Legend of the Gobblewonker," with the words "Child psychic."

After Soos shows the twins Gideon's commercial in "The Hand That Rocks the Mabel," they decide to test him as a psychic. They go to one of Gideon's shows at the Tent of Telepathy, even though Stan forbids them from doing so due to Gideon often causing him trouble.

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Gideon's date with Mabel Pines.

At the show, Gideon meets Mabel, and quickly develops a huge crush on her. He shows up at the Mystery Shack the next day, and asks her if she wants to go to his dressing room so they can perform makeovers on each other. Mabel accepts the offer. Gideon then reveals he wants to be more than friends with Mabel; however, she doesn't feel the same way. He manages to convince her to go on a date with him. At the date, he convinces him to go on yet another date with him, after announcing it to everyone at the restaurant they were dining at. Mabel really didn't want to, but many people in the restaurant expecting him to say "yes" put pressure on her, and she gives in to him.

Dipper sees that Gideon has become a problem for Mabel and offers her the idea of him breaking up with Gideon instead of her, causing Gideon to believe that Dipper had come between them. Gideon gives Toby Shandra's phone number. In exchange, Toby calls Dipper, telling him to go to Gideon's factory. Gideon confronts Dipper there and nearly kills him with his amulet and lamb shears. However, Mabel shows up to tell Gideon that she just wants to be friends, and she sees Gideon trying to kill Dipper. Mabel then formally breaks up with Gideon and uses the amulet to defeat him, destroying it afterwards. Gideon is then seen backing up into the forest, saying "This isn't the last you'll see of widdle ol' me."

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Gideon makes a playset of the Mystery Shack.

Afterwards, he creates a little play set of the Mystery Shack (including crude wooden dolls of Dipper, Mabel, and Stan), and starts planning revenge. It is then shown that he owns Journal 2.[1]

Gideon makes his next appearance in "Irrational Treasure." He dresses up as a tomato farmer on Pioneer Day and teases Stan by throwing tomatoes at his eyes after Stan insulted Gideon by saying he looks less girly than usual in his costume.

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Gideon threatens to squash Dipper.

In "Little Dipper," Gideon is playing with his Mystery Shack set, and decides that taking over the Shack would be the perfect way to get revenge. He first tries to get Stan to sign over the Mystery Shack, but Stan is not fooled. He tries to set termites on the Shack, but Stan smashes the jar, and the termites go after Gideon's bat and his hair instead. After failing twice, Gideon discovers Dipper's crystal flashlight, which can grow and shrink things. He shrinks the twins and brings them back to his house. He calls Stan and tells him he has the twins in his possession, but Stan doesn't believe him. Deciding to use the flashlight to shrink Stan instead, Gideon heads over to the Shack while Dipper and Mabel escape. Gideon catches them again and shrinks Soos, believing he was Stan. He then corners Stan in the Maze of Mirrors. Dipper and Mabel tickle his armpit, immobilizing him and allowing the twins to take back the flashlight. Stan then teases and literally kicks Gideon out of the Shack.

Soon after, he paces around his house. His dad tells him he'll get his revenge one day, but Gideon angrily tells his dad that it's not just about revenge; he wants the Shack so he can find "something."

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Stan fed up with Gideon's taunts.

Gideon is mentioned in "Bottomless Pit!" when Mabel threw all of his love letters into the Bottomless pit. He is even shown on a picture in the same scene in the same episode.

In "The Deep End," he is seen at the local pool, taking the best spot right before Stan can get to it. Stan's efforts to get the spot back end in failure, even when he sneaks into the pool at night to sit on the deckchair until the pool opens; Gideon, having anticipated this tactic, reveals to Stan that he put glue on the chair.

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Gideon makes a deal with Bill Cipher.

In "Dreamscaperers," Gideon summons a mind demon by the name of Bill Cipher to enter Stan's mind in order to retrieve the code to a safe holding the deed to Mystery Shack. His plan fails, so Gideon resorts to Plan B; dynamite. He blows up the safe, takes the deed and has his father use a wrecking ball to destroy the Mystery Shack's sign.

Gideon plays a prominent role in the season finale, "Gideon Rises." He reveals the purpose of the journals, and tells his father (and the viewing audience) that he still requires the other one, Journal 1. Upon stealing Journal 3 from Dipper, however, he discovers that there are three journals and he pursues the Pines twins (who were forced to leave town around this time) in a giant robot under the assumption that Dipper kept the first one for himself. He catches them, attempting to reclaim Mabel as his bride, and almost succeeds. He is stopped at the last moment by Dipper, however, and the robot crashes after a brief skirmish in the control center.


Gideon swears vengeance as he is arrested.

He attempts to have the Pines twins arrested, but Stan reveals the falsehood of Gideon's supposed powers: his special pins are hidden cameras. The scorned townsfolk turn on Gideon and arrest him, but not before Stan reclaims his deed, as well as secretly stealing Journal 2 from Gideon in order to finish creating the machine in his secret laboratory.

When taken to court, he planned to use his "cute" act, but unfortunately for him Manly Dan is in the jury. Mayor Befufftlefumpter then personally arranges him to be sent to Gravity Falls Maximum Security Prison. Fortunately for him, the inmates at the Gravity Falls jail love his psychic act and have been looking for a new leader.[8]

Season 2

He briefly appears in "Scary-oke," seeing the light from Stan's machine in his jail cell.

Later in "Society of the Blind Eye," a picture of him is seen in Mabel's scrapbook.

In "Blendin's Game," he is briefly seen as a baby on Bud Gleeful's advertisement poster and in a baby stroller as his parents take him down the street.

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Gideon possesses his father.

In "The Stanchurian Candidate," after the death of Mayor Befufftlefumpter, he has Bud run for mayor, so he can pardon his son and get him out of prison. During the campaign, he communicates with his father from a screen in prison. When Bud starts falling behind in the race, Gideon decides to take control of his body with a spell from a page from Journal 2 he kept in his hair. During the final debate, he reveals himself to Dipper and Mabel, and tries to blow them up with fireworks, but fails. His actions cause his father to lose the debate and the mayorship. Later, he rips a poster off the wall of his cell and draws an eye on the Zodiac, saying he's ready to make a deal with Bill.

In "The Last Mabelcorn," Gideon is mentioned when Bill is explaining to Ford that he's been making deals and chatting with old friends for his eventual return.

In "Weirdmageddon Part 1," Gideon and his fellow inmates break out of prison and are recruited by Bill to protect the cage of Mabel. However, Dipper manages to convince Gideon that Mabel would not love him should he not let the trio free her, and in the end, after being promised Dipper would tell Mabel what Gideon had done, he leads his inmates to fend off the oncoming minions of Bill Cipher.

In "Weirdmageddon 2: Escape From Reality," Gideon is mentioned when Keyhole informs Bill that he allowed the Pines twins to escape and enter Mabel's bubble. Bill tells Keyhole to bring Gideon to him.

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Gideon's attempt at being a regular kid.

In "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls," Gideon is shown in a cage, and explains that Bill captured him and has been forcing him to do cute dances for all of eternity, traumatizing him to the point where he announces that he is "sick of being cute". He then tells Dipper how to undo the throne of human agony, which results in one of the residents knocking his cage down, setting him free for good. When Ford draws the Zodiac on the floor, Gideon is instructed to stand on the Tent of Telepathy sign. However, due to Stan and Ford's bickering, Bill's wheel does not work, and Gideon along with every other non-Pines is turned into a tapestry. Fortunately, Stan manages to destroy Bill by tricking him into going into his mind, allowing Ford to erase Stan's memory in order to wipe Bill from existence, which finally turned Gideon and the others back to normal. After Weirdmageddon ended, Gideon and his family came to Dipper and Mabel's 13th birthday party, and he states that thanks to their heroic efforts, he will no longer do evil anymore and try to be little a regular kid from now on. However, it seems like he still maintains a mischievous streak since he had his prison friends beat up a kid that made fun of him.


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Gideon enacting his plan to shrink the Pines family and take the Mystery Shack for himself.

Li'l Gideon is a self-proclaimed television psychic whose real mission is to take down his competition, the Mystery Shack. He uses his "cuteness" as an advantage to get what he wants and admits that people have a hard time saying "no" to him because of it. It seems that he can be kind when he needs to be, as seen with most of his dates with Mabel.

He is manipulative, cunning, and sly, tricking Stan in "The Deep End" into getting glued to the deckchair. He speaks with a Southern American dialect. He is spoiled, ungrateful, bratty, selfish, and abusive towards his parents in ways such as throwing ice cream, yelling at them, making a fuss, and breaking lamps. His mother appears to fear him. He's also very vengeful and jealous, even to the point of trying to murder Dipper, and then Mabel in "The Stanchurian Candidate" after being rejected by Mabel once again and losing the debate to Stan.

He can also be very rude, obnoxious, and argumentative; an example is shown in "Little Dipper," where people are buying cars from his dad and he calls them "Mouth-breathing fools" behind their backs.

He is deeply arrogant, believing himself to be above everyone else in Gravity Falls, at one point claiming that they are "sheep" who need him.

He is enemies with Dipper because he believed Dipper got in between Mabel and him during "The Hand That Rocks the Mabel." He is also enemies with Stan Pines, being a competitor towards the Mystery Shack.

He also seems to be completely obsessed with obtaining the power that the journals would give him, going so far as to attempt to track down Dipper and Mabel when they were leaving Gravity Falls and ignoring their claims to not have the first journal.

He is extremely manipulative, lying to the residents of Gravity Falls to get them to do what he wants, such as telling them Dipper and Mabel blew up his "statue" with dynamite to try to get them arrested.

Due to getting almost everything he wants, Gideon can become severely unhinged when something is beyond his reach.

He refuses to accept the fact that Mabel wants nothing to do with him, being in complete denial about him feelings; At one point, he claimed she loved him, but just didn't know it yet (which may have been incited by Bill telling him they were "destined" to be together).

However, in "Weirdmageddon Part 1," after Dipper explains to him that he can't force Mabel to love him, he decides to be less selfish and is determined to prove himself as a "hero," later remembering that he's no one's servant. He acknowledges he's been wrong in the way he's treated Mabel and decides to fight Bill and his army, even if he won't survive.

By the end of the show, Gideon vows that seeing the Pines twins' goodness has made him want to change, he says he will not do anymore "evil doings" and will try to be like a regular kid. However, he does still indulge in over the top vengeance, as shown when he had members of his prison gang beat up a kid who had insulted him.


Li'l Gideon is a short, stout kid with a pompadour hair bigger than his head. His hair is ice blond, although it was speculated that the color was the cause of the amulet. This is proven wrong in "Blendin's Game" where he appears as a baby with ice blond on a defaced poster. He has an upturned nose, blue eyes[9] and three freckles on each of his cheeks. He wears a baby blue suit, a black shirt, and an American flag pin on the left side of his collar, with brown, polished shoes. He wore a jade amulet on his tie until Mabel destroyed it in "The Hand That Rocks the Mabel." In "Irrational Treasure," it is replaced by a white tie. Also in "Irrational Treasure," he makes his hair curly to look like a "humble tomato farmer." In "The Deep End," Gideon goes to the pool and wears swimming trunks with the American flag on them, and swimming goggles that reflect sunlight.

In "Weirdmageddon Part 1," his outfit changes again, as Bill has made him "Sheriff" of Gravity Falls he is dressed in a blue suit, similar in color to his original, however with yellow fringes on the sleeves, pink buttons and a white outline around the collar of the blazer. Underneath he wears a white frilled shirt with a yellow bow tie, he has a brown belt with a bull on it and white fancy boots.

In "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls," he wore a dark blue tuxedo with a large purple bowtie with sparkles. Each ends of his hair are curled up. He wears a purple sailor hat with a yellow-orange stripe. He wore hot pink shoes that also have sparkles. Underneath his tux, he wore black pants. He had dark pink cheeks and black eyeshadow. Gideon soon tore up this outfit and returned to his normal clothes after being freed from his cage.


Mabel Pines

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Mabel throws out love letters from Gideon.

Shortly after his first encounter with Mabel, Gideon fell head over heels for her and continually attempts to get Mabel to return the feeling through various schemes, but to no avail. Despite his crush, Gideon seeks revenge on Mabel and her family (whom he views as the only thing standing between him and a successful relationship).[1] Mabel, on the other hand, finds Gideon to be creepy and unattractive, totally evil, and despises him and every attempt he makes to enact his vengeance.[6]

Dipper Pines

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Gideon tries to maim Dipper with lamb shears.

Gideon and Dipper are mortal enemies and are frequently in combat. Gideon sees Dipper and the rest of his family as a threat to be dealt with, so as to get revenge, win Mabel's love, and seize control of the Mystery Shack and its secrets. Thus, he spends his free time plotting and executing complex schemes, none of which succeed. At the same time, Dipper dislikes Gideon just as much and is the frequent victim and stopper of his young enemy's evil plans.[1][6] Ultimately; however, Dipper was able to persuade Gideon to have a change of heart, resulting in him leading his men in a diversionary attack on Bill's eyeball bat minions, enabling Dipper, Soos, and Wendy to reach Mabel's bubble prison.

Stan Pines

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Gideon steals Stan's lawn chair to annoy him.

For unknown reasons, a rivalry has existed between Stan and Gideon for years, ever since Gideon moved into the town.[6] Business rivals to begin with, their rather competitive personalities fuel their feud further.[1] Gideon wishes to eliminate Stan for numerous reasons, namely to take control of his business and a strange secret it possesses and to remove the "obstacle" to winning Mabel's affection, and he plots day and night to figure out a means of revenge,[6] though he is sometimes satisfied with simply irritating Stan.[10] Stan doubts Gideon's abilities and constantly teases him and calls him names.[6]

Bud Gleeful

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Gideon yells at Bud.

Though a father traditionally has authority over his son, Gideon's and Bud's situation seems to be the complete opposite: Gideon bosses Bud around and Bud submits without a second thought. While Gideon just utilizes his father as a tool to help him reach his goals, Bud nonetheless loves his son and is willing to do much for him, seeing the boy as "precious."[6] However, he is quoted as saying that Gideon "could use a time out" in an article about Gideon's arrest.[11] However in "The Stanchurian Candidate," he didn't agree with Gideon using "spooky spells". Nevertheless, Bud remains loyal and loving to Gideon.

Mrs. Gleeful

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Mrs. Gleeful trembles as her angry son plots.

Due to her son's sinister and intimidating nature, Mrs. Gleeful is submissive to Gideon and fears him, trembling at the mere sight of the young boy. Gideon lacks respect for her and treats her abusively.[6] In "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls" however, we see that things have changed, Gideon is with his mother and father and they all appear happy, a vast improvement from his mother's previous fear of him.

Bill Cipher

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Gideon and Bill make a deal.

Gideon has an uneasy relationship with Bill. He likes having the ear of someone so powerful, but he hates the idea of being second-fiddle to someone more powerful than him. After his big break from prison is prevented in "The Stanchurian Candidate," he decides to swallow his pride and summon him as a drastic measure,[12] but in "Weirdmageddon Part 1," he finally turns against Bill and challenges him.


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Gideon lifting various objects with his amulet.

Gideon's greatest talents are charm, deceit, and scheming. In "The Hand That Rocks the Mabel," he attempts to maim Dipper Pines using lamb shears after he "turned Mabel against him." Later in "Little Dipper," he formulates many plans to exact vengeance on the Pines family, ultimately leading to shrinking the twins to take possession of the Mystery Shack. He also once possessed 2, a prequel to Dipper's 3 that appears to contain mainly alchemical secrets, and, therefore, knew of and had access to many supernatural items, such as a Mystic Amulet that gave him telekinesis – an ability to control objects with your mind (which was destroyed by Mabel), and cursed Egyptian super termites. He also has used several spells and incantations from 2 to further his ends, such as a ritual to summon Bill Cipher and a possession spell to temporarily inhabit the body of Bud Gleeful. He can make people love/like him very quickly and usually gets what he wants.


Season 1


Season 2



"Dang it old man, now's not the time!"
—Gideon to Stan[source]

"Dipper Pines, you don't know what you've done! You've just made the biggest mistake of your life!"
—Gideon Gleeful[source]

"I can buy and sell you, old man!"
—Gideon to Bud[source]

"This isn't over. This isn't the last you'll see of li'l.... ol'.... me...."
—Gideon Gleeful[source]

"Finally after all these years, after every humiliation! Your business, your family, everything will finally be mine! You have no one to protect you now!"
—Gideon to Stan[source]

"Face it, kid, you're nothing without that journal. No muscles. No brains. What are you gonna do kid, huh? What are you gonna do?"
—Gideon to Dipper[source]

"The shack is hereby signed over to.. SUCK A LEMON LITTLE MAN?!"
—Gideon when he reads the contract Stan told him to[source]


  • The character was originally inspired by a child psychic Alex Hirsch's mother saw on TV.[13]
  • In the original pilot pitch bible for the series, Gideon has a few differences to his final series version...
    • He is known as "Lil Gideon Garrymore" instead of Lil Gideon Gleeful.
    • He is able to play the guitar.
    • Gideon is also a radio personality.
    • Alongside reading minds, Gideon claims to be able to talk to the dead.
    • Instead of wanting to destroy the Mystery Shack to find Journal 1, he just wants to destroy it to eventually turn the whole town into a theme park known as Garrymore-Land.
    • He fights dirty, by doing things like putting sugar in Stan's gas tank, painting over his roads signs, and generally petitioning to have the Mystery Shack bulldozered and claiming to have been alerted to "sinister effects on the town."
    • Gideon and Dipper were to have a bitter rivalry, similar to what eventually became the rivalry between Mabel and Pacifica in the series.
  • Gideon goes to Gravity Falls Elementary School.[6] Gravity Falls: Journal 3 reveals that this is where he found Journal 2.
    • Gideon's school ID number is 618, which is also the Mystery Shack's address and Alex Hirsch's birthday.[6]
  • In Rumble's Revenge, a cryptogram references Gideon searching for an object of some sort, later revealed to be Journal 1.
  • The reason why Gideon's skin is so soft is because he steals Wendy's moisturizer.[14][7]
  • Gideon has been to summer programming classes.[2]
  • Despite his age, Gideon was sent to an adult prison due to Gravity Falls' arcane charter laws drafted by its legally insane founder, Quentin Trembley.[8]
  • Gideon thought he'd be able to talk his way out of his sentence, but the jury included Manly Dan.[8]
  • He is apparently able to speak French.[1]
  • Gideon's full name, "Gideon Gleeful," is a play on the phrase "Giddy 'n Gleeful."
  • Gideon's birthday can be presumed to be in July, as a poster for his father's business announcing his birth is seen in "Blendin's Game" on July 13, 2002, which would make Gideon 10 years old in Season 2.
    • Also this poster has been defaced, apparently by a young Robbie Valentino, denouncing Gideon as a demon, hinting towards his future personality.
  • In Creepy Letters from Lil' Gideon, Gideon explicitly states in a letter to the Pines family that he will be breaking getting out of jail soon, foreshadowing the events of "Weirdmageddon Part 1."
  • Matt Braly said in an AMA on Reddit that there was originally going to be a scene with an innocent Gideon becoming corrupted by power when he finds the journal.[15]
  • At some point, Gideon was intended to become Mayor of Gravity Falls.[16]
  • The cryptogram in "The Stanchurian Candidate" was a reference to Gideon, saying "BE WARY OF WHOM YOU BELITTLE, BIG PROBLEMS CAN START OUT WIDDLE."
  • For some reason, Gideon makes a cameo in the manga-based Heart Captor Dokidoki Nekochan in "Comix Up" in Gravity Falls: Lost Legends. He requests Mabel's help in finding the "Seven Crystal Sailor Angel Capture Cards" before they kiss, but she angrily refused, much to his dismay.
  • According to Alex Hirsch, Gideon serves as a dark reflection of Dipper; while Dipper utilized Journal 3 for benevolence and to solve the mysteries of Gravity Falls, Gideon harnessed Journal 2 to gain power for his own nefarious purposes.[17]
  • Alex Hirsch stated in the Between the Pines special that an original plan for Gideon was that he had a malformed twin hidden in his hair, this being the reason Gideon styled his hair so large. He later stated that he doesn't think Gideon has this anymore.
  • Gideon's original last name was intended to be Garrymore instead of Gleeful. It is currently unknown why it was changed.
  • Despite being a child, Gideon has five fingers, compared to most other child characters' four.
  • Gideon's hair is white because of the amulet he used in "The Hand that Rocks the Mabel" as revealed in Journal 3's special edition. When talking about Journal 2, Ford mentions that the amulet "whitens your hair".
  • It is often theorized that Stan Pines was the only Gravity Falls citizen to doubt Gideon's psychic abilities because Gideon referred to him as "Stanford" which was later revealed to be a false name stolen from his brother. If Gideon truly was psychic, he would've seen through this and called him by his real name- Stanley.
  • In the original pilot and early test animation for the show, Gideon's hair was golden instead of white.


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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 "The Hand That Rocks the Mabel." Zach Paez, Alex Hirsch (writers) & John Aoshima (director). Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. July 6, 2012. No. 4, season 1.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "PinesQuest" by DisneyGames. Published August 16, 2013. Official webpage.
  3. "TV Shorts 1." Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. April 23, 2014. No. 14, inter-season animated shorts.
  4. "Weirdmageddon Part 1." Josh Weinstein, Alex Hirsch (writers) & Sunil Hall (director). Gravity Falls. Disney XD. October 26, 2015. No. 18, season 2.
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Blendin's Game." Jeff Rowe, Alex Hirsch (writers) & Matt Braly (director). Gravity Falls. Disney XD. November 10, 2014. No. 8, season 2.
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 "Little Dipper." Tim McKeon (writer) & Joe Pitt, Aaron Springer (directors). Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. September 28, 2012. No. 11, season 1.
  7. 7.0 7.1 "Dreamscaperers." Matt Chapman, Tim McKeon, Alex Hirsch (writers) & John Aoshima, Joe Pitt (directors). Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. July 12, 2013. No. 19, season 1.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 I am Alex Hirsch, creator of Gravity Falls. Ask me anything!. Reddit (August 16, 2013).
  9. Hirsch, Alex (October 22, 2012). Tweet Number 260514979969646592.
  10. "The Deep End." Nancy Cohen (writer) & Joe Pitt, Aaron Springer (directors). Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. March 15, 2013. No. 15, season 1.
  11. "Gideon Rises." Matt Chapman, Michael Rianda, Alex Hirsch (writers) & John Aoshima, Joe Pitt (directors). Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. August 2, 2013. No. 20, season 1.
  12. Drew Taylor (August, 2015). EXCLUSIVE: GRAVITY FALLS CREATOR ALEX HIRSCH ON THE STANCHURIAN CANDIDATE. Oh my Disney. Archived from the original on November 14, 2020. Retrieved on August 18, 2016. “Gideon has an uneasy relationship with Bill. He likes having the ear of someone so powerful, but he hates the idea of being second-fiddle to someone more powerful than him. He's been biding his time in jail waiting for the chance for his big break, and now that it's been foiled he's finally decided to swallow his pride and take drastic measures.”
  13. Gravity Falls 2013 Comic Con Panel. YouTube. Squirrel On A Wire (July 22, 2013).
  14. I am Alex Hirsch, creator of Gravity Falls. Ask me anything!. Reddit (August 16, 2013).
  15. I'm Matt Braly, Storyboard Artist and Director on Gravity Falls. Ask me anything!. Reddit (Jun 20, 2015). Retrieved on August 23, 2016. “In an old deleted scene he was just a kid who while playing in the woods by himself finds [Journal 1]. It's funny because it's pretty clear he was just a normal little boy before finding the book and becoming the monster he is today. Power corrupts I guess.”
  16. Gravity Falls Comic Con 2015. YouTube. Squirrel On A Wire (July 16, 2015).
  17. Gravity Falls - Alex Hirsch at Amazing Houston Comic Con. YouTube. The Mystery of Gravity Falls (September 6, 2015).

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Supporting Abuelita | Agent Powers | Agent Trigger | Blendin Blandin | Bud Gleeful | Candy Chiu | Deputy Durland | Grenda Grendinator | Lazy Susan | Lee | Manly Dan | Nate | Old Man McGucket | Robbie Valentino | Shandra Jimenez | Pacifica Northwest | Preston Northwest | Priscilla Northwest | Sheriff Blubs | Sprott | Tambry | Tats | Thompson | Toby Determined | Tyler Cutebiker
Minor Alex Hirsch | Anti-Mabel | Ascot and Dickie Sibling | Billy | Blind Ivan | Bobby Renzobbi | Carla | Carla McCorkle | Caryn Pines | Charlie (kid) | Charlie (talk show host) | Crampelter | Davey | Deuce | Donna | Doug | Earl | Emma Sue | Emmet and D'Shawn | Ergman Bratsman | Fertilia Mecc | Filbrick Pines | Gabe Benson | Gary | Ghost-Eyes | Gorney | Grady Mecc | Granny Sweetkin | Greg and Janice Valentino | Handlebar Bros. | Hank | Harry Claymore | Jean-Luc | Jeffy Fresh, Byrone, and Rosie | Jimmy | Jorge and Rico | Justin Kerprank | Killbone | Lolph and Dundgren | Marcus, Kevin and Gus | Mariah | Marius von Fundshauser | Mayor Befufftlefumpter | Melody | Meredith | Mikey R. | Mr. and Mrs. Pines | Mr. Poolcheck | Mrs. Gleeful | Nathaniel Northwest | Nicolas | Quentin Trembley | Reggie | Reginald | Rich | Rosanna | Santiago | Sassica | Sergei | Shmipper and Smabble | Steve | Stretch | Sue | Tad Strange | Table Mabel | Tate McGucket | Thistle Downe | Tyler's mother | The Peaks Twins
Unnamed characters America guy | Angry lady | Aquatic restaurant cook | Bats Biker | BeeblyBoop's clerk | Billy's mother | Bus Driver | Charlie's mother | Corn costume guy | Corn maze girl | Greasy's Diner cook | Greasy's Diner shopkeeper | Greasy's Diner waitress | Hank's son | Hank's wife | Log Land girl | Mattress King | Mecc children | Meredith's crush | Mummy Kid | Pacifica's Friends | Pizza Guy | Pool Jail kid | Pop Pop | Principal of Glass Shard Beach High School | Prison Counselor | Reggie's fiancée | Soos' cousins | Soldier Kid | Summerween Superstore worker | TV Reporter Lady | Unnamed bald biker | Unnamed bearded fisherman | Unnamed beautiful woman | Unnamed big-chinned man | Unnamed big-nosed man | Unnamed biker | Unnamed blonde boy in teal | Unnamed blonde girl with pink bow | Unnamed blonde man in pink | Unnamed blonde woman in blue | Unnamed blue sweatshirt woman | Unnamed bouncer | Unnamed boy in blue | Unnamed boy in green | Unnamed boy in teal | Unnamed brown cap boy | Unnamed brown vest fisherman | Unnamed buck-toothed fisherman | Unnamed buck-toothed girl | Unnamed cat lady | Unnamed chubby man in black | Unnamed chubby boy in blue | Unnamed workman | Unnamed cook | Unnamed dispatcher | Unnamed doctor | Unnamed elderly man | Unnamed fanny pack man | Unnamed fanny pack woman | Unnamed fisherman with glasses | Unnamed football players | Unnamed girl in blue | Unnamed girl in light blue dress | Unnamed girl in pink | Unnamed girl with a ponytail in pink | Unnamed girl with a ponytail in purple | Unnamed girl with glasses | Unnamed girl with purple sweater | Unnamed goth | Unnamed gray mustache man | Unnamed hiker | Unnamed hillbilly | Unnamed lawyer | Unnamed librarian | Unnamed "Lil' Stanley" fan | Unnamed lumberjack | Unnamed mailman | Unnamed man in black | Unnamed man in blue | Unnamed man in blue shirt | Unnamed man in blue vest | Unnamed man in brown | Unnamed man in cat sweater | Unnamed man in green | Unnamed man in pink | Unnamed man in red | Unnamed man in white | Unnamed miner | Unnamed mother and baby | Unnamed mustache man in red | Unnamed news anchor | Unnamed Northwest butler | Unnamed old man with a white visor | Unnamed old woman in pink | Unnamed old woman in purple | Unnamed pigtailed girl | Unnamed pointed nosed woman | Unnamed propeller cap boy | Unnamed puffy haired boy | Unnamed purple cap boy | Unnamed red cap man | Unnamed red vested woman | Unnamed rich man | Unnamed rich son | Unnamed scout lady | Unnamed singing hippie | Unnamed soul patch man in blue | Unnamed soul patch man in green | Unnamed sweaty man | Unnamed taxi driver | Unnamed ticket seller | Unnamed traveler | Unnamed turtle guy | Unnamed veteran | Unnamed woman in blue | Unnamed woman in blue overalls | Unnamed woman in green | Unnamed woman in orange | Unnamed woman in overalls | Unnamed woman in purple | Unnamed woman in teal | Unnamed woman in yellow | Unnamed workman | Upside-Down Town boss | Woodpecker guy | Unnamed man with Briefcase
Groups Discount Auto Mart Warriors | Football players | Globnar Tributes | Tourists | Pioneers | Real people | Unseen characters | Alternate Universe Versions of Mabel
Animals Cheekums | Donald, Sandy, and Mr. Cat Face | Gompers | List of animals | Northwests' dog | Waddles
Species and groups Arachnimorphs | Creatures of Weirdmageddon | Cursed Egyptian super termites | Dinosaurs | Dipper clones | Disembodied hands | Eye-Bats | Fairies | Floating Eyeballs | Flying skulls | Geodites | Ghosts | Giant Vampire Bats | Gnomes | Leprecorns | Lilliputtians | List of creatures | Little green men | Mabeland inhabitants | Manotaurs | Merpeople | Pan-dimensional beings | Plaidypuses | Snadger | The Undead | Unicorns | Wax figures
Resident creatures Archibald Corduroy | Baby pterodactyl | Bat Boy | Big Henry | Bigfoot | Bumblebeast | Candy monster | Celestabellebethabelle | Chutzpar | Cooler monster | Cycloptopus | Franz | Giant eyeball | .GIFfany | Gobblewonker | Gremloblin | Gremularth | Hide Behind | Island Head Beast | Leaderaur | Lilliputtian head knight | Lilliputtian pirate captain | Limby Jimmy | Ma and Pa Duskerton | Mr. What's-His-Face | Multi-Bear | Octavia | Paper Jam Dipper | Polly | Pterodactyl | Rumble McSkirmish | Sev'ral Timez | Shape Shifter | Sister Mary Hilda Miley | Steve | Summerween Trickster | Tentacle Monster | Thing 26 | Tracey and Quattro | Tyrone
Non-resident creatures Axolotl | Chamelius Pendraggin | Darlene | Jersey Devil | Kraken | Love God | Mermando | The Oracle | Purple Spy | Queen of the Manatees | Sarcasti-Pup | Space lizard
Fantasy creatures Aoshima | British dog man | Centaurtaur | Clay monsters | Dippy Fresh | Ernesto | Flavor Pups | Footbot | Griffin | Hand Witch | Hot Elf | Impossibeast | Judge Kitty Kitty Meow Meow Face-Shwartstein | Ogres | Probabilitor the Annoying | Shimmery Twinkleheart | Stuffed Animal Tree | Waffle Guards | Xyler and Craz
Creatures from the future Cyclocks | Time Baby
Creatures from the Nightmare Realm 8 Ball | Amorphous Shape | Bill Cipher | Creature with 88 different faces | C-3-lhu | Giant Ear | Hand Monstrosity | Hectorgon | The Horrifying Sweaty One-Armed Monstrosity | Keyhole | Kryptos | Lava Lamp Guy | Paci-Fire | Purple spider with arms in his mouth | Pyronica | Teeth | Zanthar
Sentient objects Cursed Doors | Mailbox | Tumbleweed Terror