Sup Dami, it's me Don! I got Donyark globaled for a stupid reason involving Donald Trump so I'm using this account until things get worked out...but they probably won't since Wikia hates me and thinks I'm a "troll" just for making a parody account. Anywho, definitely wanna catch up with you sometime! -Don
Per this forum http://gravityfalls.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:109035 you are one of the 14 users I have selected to nominate be our Message Wall and Forum moderators. You have been selected due to your trustworthiness, activity on threads, and reputability on this wiki and others. Your only expectations are to remove and close threads when appropriate. Please let me know if you accept the nomination by Wednesday. TuckydMessage Me! 00:43, January 26, 2015 (UTC)
I don't hate it or anything, and that could change in the future when new episodes come out. I'm just not a huge fan of Wendipper and the only actual interesting moments in the episode IMO is when they explored the bunker (except the scenes with the shape shifter) and the ending when the "briefcase" that Soos found turned out to be a laptop.
AbercrombieFizzwidget wrote: Off-topic- I'd love to see a show with a realistic view of a dysfunctional family. (Not like Family Guy saying abuse victims should stay with abusers for their benefit, grr..)
Anyway, this conversation is pretty much resolved.
I'd say to not write his father as abusive until it is said or implied specifically in the show.
The Simpsons is a good example (with the exception of Homer and Bart's occasional violence against each other) of a modern dysfunctional family. Live-action shows like Modern Family, Married...With Children, The Middles, Malcolm in the Middle, and Breaking Bad also show prime examples of dysfunctual (some more than others) families too.