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Gravity Falls Public Access TV is a series of television networks in Gravity Falls, Oregon.
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Why You Ackin' So Cray-Cray? is a talk show hosted by Sassica, whose famous catchphrase is, "Why you ackin' so cray-cray?" The show itself is a talk show with, apparently, many ladies in the audience. People who have appeared on this show include Sassica and Lazy Susan. Mabel Pines and Waddles watch the program briefly in "Fight Fighters." In the episode they watch, Sassica questions a thin, blonde woman on why she is acting so "cray-cray." The show later appears in "TV Shorts 2," where Sassica proceeds to declare multiple women, including Lazy Susan, to be acting "cray-cray" as well. When the audience expects her to repeat her signature line, she grows offended, claiming she isn't their puppet.
- The show is a parody of many daytime talk shows such as The Tyra Banks Show and Oprah.
- Alex Hirsch said on Reddit that the show started as an inside joke with him and his friends in which he tricked all of them into believing Why You Ackin' So Cray-Cray was to be an upcoming show hosted by Raven-Symoné.
World's Most Terrifying Skydiving is a TV program about, as the name states, the world's most terrifying skydiving. This show is playing during the episode "Fight Fighters." Stan Pines reacted to it with terror, confirming to Mabel that he had a major fear of heights.
Soos Says Some Words is a bumper show hosted by Soos. He shares his "profound" thoughts and wisdom with the audience at home.
Teenz Talk is a public service ad (PSA) hosted by Sheriff Blubs and Deputy Durland. The ad's purpose is to spread messages about teen-related issues. Blubs and Durland play the characters: Rick, Craig, Stacy, and Tom-Tom, ordinary teens in an ordinary high-school gymnasium. People who have appeared on the show include Sheriff Blubs, Deputy Durland, and inadvertently: Wendy, Lee, and Nate. Stan watches it in "TV Shorts 2." Sheriff Blubs and Deputy Durland are playing all the characters in the show - Stacy and Craig are played by Deputy Durland, and Tom-Tom and Rick are played by Sheriff Blubs. The show focuses on peer pressure in teenagers and how to solve this. In the beginning, Craig and Tom-Tom are throwing a ball together, when Stacy and Rick show up. Stacy suggests they all go "drink expired apple juice and kiss each other". Sheriff Blubs cuts in and says to say these simple words. Tom-Tom then says, "Uh-Uh, no, no, bibbity-bop, kazow, I can't be pressured, no way, no how!" Stacy then apologizes and thanks them for helping her realize how wrong the behavior was, before Lee and Nate steal the cops' uniforms, and drive away with Wendy in the stolen police car.
"Uh-uh, no no, Bibbity-Bop Ka-Zow! I can't be pressured, no way, no how!"
- When the screen shows the way to get out of peer pressure, it says "MT" instead of "TM."
- The logo is likely a reference to the 1990s NBC sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Li'l Gideon's Big House! is a show hosted by Gideon Gleeful since his incarceration at Gravity Falls Maximum Security Prison after the events where it was revealed he is a fraud to the denizens of Gravity Falls, Oregon. The show is about how Gideon is making the lives of other prisoners better and improving them through therapy, arts, and exercise. The show airs weekdays at 6:00 until he gets out.
Duck-tective is about the duck who is a detective. He speaks only in quacks, which are translated in English subtitles. He solves a variety of crimes including murder and theft. The characters include: Duck-tective, his faithful Constable, Steve, and Duck-tective's evil twin brother.
Black and White Period Piece Old Lady Boring Movie Channel
The Duchess Approves is a black and white movie about the duchess, who is "also a woman." The duchess can't accept all of the things her mother tells her to do.
With the actors: Sturly Stembleburgiss as the Duchess and Grampton St. Rumpterfrabble as the irascible coxswain Saunterblugget Hampterfuppinshire.
The Fear Guy From Terror Town Street - A parody of classic horror films, in "Summerween," it is played by as part of a Summerween movie marathon.
Gravity Falls Bargain Movie Showcase
Gravity Falls Bargain Movie Showcase is a movie channel, that exclusively marathons B movies.
Nearly Almost Dead But Not Quite! is a black and white horror movie about zombies who are almost nearly dead, but not quite. It stars two teenage characters named Chadley and Trixandra.
- The Widdlest Wampire
- The Planet People of Planet Planet
- Help! My Mummy's a Werewolf!
- Help! My Mummy's a Werewolf! 2: This Again
- Attack of the Exclamation Points!!!!!!!!!!
- The Man With No Taste
- Ghost Turtle
Used to be About History Channel
The Used to be About History Channel is a supposedly "educational" network, whose primary programming consists of crack conspiracy documentaries and reality shows. It is a parody of the History channel.
Known programs include:
Ghost Harassers - a paranormal reality television series.
In "Northwest Mansion Mystery," the Used to be About History Channel airs a 48-hour marathon of the series that Dipper planned to watch. The show was also mentioned in Dipper's and Mabel's Guide to Mystery and Nonstop Fun!. At the end of "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls," Dipper receives a boxed set of the series as a birthday gift.
- The series is based on Ghost Hunters, the two starring paranormal researchers also look like the real-life hosts Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson.
- The series could also be a reference to the Ghostbusters films, as the stars are seen wearing similar outfits (and backpacks) to the titular quartet.
- Did Aliens Write the Constitution?
- Crawdads in Tiaras
- Florida: The Show
Baby Fights is a live television show Stan likes to watch, which shows babies fighting in a crib with a wire mesh. There are usually captions to translate the babbling of the babies, who are sometimes pressured to fight by getting poked with a stick.
In "Carpet Diem," while Stan was switching through all channels on his TV, this was one of the shows he saw.
The logo of Baby Fights is sometimes "BABY" spelled out of cubes and "FIGHTS" written in 3-D below and sometimes "BABY FIGHTS" written in steel.
- 202. "Into the Bunker"
- 203. "The Golf War"
- 210. "Northwest Mansion Mystery"
- 213. "Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons"