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Shouldn't the wax murder suspects section contain only the ones we haven't seen much of? Why is Robbie there?
Sorry about that(see above)
When Stan and Ford kicks the former out for sabotaging the latter's science project, their mother is seen holding a baby. Doesn't it seem more than likely that this is Shermy? DanMat6288 (talk) 19:48, July 20, 2015 (UTC)
I was about to comment on Shermy actually being seen, but then I found this discussion and well on second tought he seems too young (as the scene is set only about 30 years before Mabel & Dipper's birth)... But the point is that it's clearly implied to be Shermy, while we can't be sure it's what they're suggesting! So I added mention of the baby. I believe it's better to give readers all informations and let them decide, rather than not mentioning the scene at all.--Kombatgod (talk) 19:00, July 25, 2015 (UTC)
The situation with Shermy drives me crasy. I've counted - Stan and Ford were about 58-59 in 2012, Shermy is 18 years yonger, so in 2012 he was 40-41 and he had (I can't understand this!!!) 12 years old grandchildren. That means, he became grandpa when he was less than 30!!! How?! Maybe we should write a letter or something like that to Alex Hirsch and ask him about it?MailJeevas89 (talk) 20:49, December 5, 2016 (UTC)
If Abuelita is Soos' maternal grandmother, as her page speculates, why is her deceased husband named here as Grandpa Ramirez? We have no information about his last name. --RockSunner (talk) 23:46, December 18, 2015 (UTC)
There has been a general idea on the wiki that Soos took his mother's last name (because it is a Spanish name, and his mother is Hispanic while his father is Caucasian), and thus that Soos shares his surname with his maternal grandparents. However, if you ask me, we don't know for sure. (Soos could have taken his father's name, and his father could be Spanish, for example). But it doesn't say "Grandpa Ramirez", anyway. Where did you see that? Mr BKnew yourfather I did! 03:55, December 19, 2015 (UTC)
Why does it say Baron Sneer-Snout never appeared in an episode? I thought he was seen laughing that interesting laugh and being turned to wood in one episode. --Boot Lover/Riverdale Chauffeur (Wanna Discuss Something?) 00:10, February 10, 2019 (UTC)