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Mayor Tyler Cutebiker[1] is the the town's local enthusiasm enthusiast and mayor of Gravity Falls.[1] He is mostly well known for saying the words, "Git 'em! Git 'em!" multiple times throughout the entire series.


Season 1

Tyler cheers for Manly Dan at Skull Fracture.

He first appears in "The Legend of the Gobblewonker" at the opening day of fishing season at the lake along with other residents of Gravity Falls. He follows Manly Dan's boat and cheers for him as he catches a fish from underwater and starts punching it.

In "Headhunters," when Dipper interrogates Manly Dan on the murder of Wax Stan in Skull Fracture, he walks up to Manly Dan and starts to cheer him on as he rips off the robotic arm from the arm-wrestling machine and starts beating the machine with it.

In "The Hand That Rocks the Mabel," he is among the crowd surrounding Mabel and Gideon on their first "date," and pressures Mabel to accept Gideon's invitation to a ballroom dance.

Tyler goes Christmas shopping.

He appears once again in "Dipper vs. Manliness" at the Mystery Shack, wanting to get his Christmas shopping done early, and asks Stan that there's anything in "the spirit of the season." Grunkle Stan shows him a bowl full of "crystals" and he remarks, "Ha, ha, looks like broken glass." Stan asks him, "What are you, a cop?" He is also seen looking at a fur trout and asks if Stan has it in a different animal. Eventually he is locked inside the Mystery Shack so that Mabel, Dipper, and Grunkle Stan can go to Greasy's Diner, and Tyler is seen trying to decide between buying a puma shirt or a panther shirt.

Manly Dan and Tyler eat meat together on Pioneer Day.

Tyler appears in "Irrational Treasure,"eating meat with Manly Dan on Pioneer Day.

At the Mystery Fair in "The Time Traveler's Pig," Mabel bumps into Tyler while she is running off to win a pig, causing him to drop his drink.

Tyler reappears in "The Deep End," where he cheers for Mr. Poolcheck as he chases Soos at the Gravity Falls Pool.

Tyler and the other town folk finds out the truth about Gideon.

He is seen again in "Boyz Crazy" watching Sev'ral Timez play at the Gravity Falls Civic Center and Buffet. He cheers for Pacifica's friends as they fight each other during the concert.

In "Gideon Rises," he is among the disappointed townspeople when it is revealed that Gideon has been spying on the entire town to compensate for his fake psychic abilities. As Sheriff Blubs is about to arrest Gideon, the officer turns to Tyler for his cue. He tearfully says his catchphrase, "Git 'em, git 'em!"

Season 2

In "Scary-oke," he attends the party wearing a shirt that's half the puma and half the panther designs from the shirts in "Dipper vs. Manliness." In "Sock Opera," he attends Mabel's sock puppet performance, "Glove Story: A Sock Opera." In the "Little Gift Shop of Horrors," Tyler runs a stall selling wind chimes called "Sev'ral Chimez," a reference to Sev'ral Timez. Later, he is seen at the bowling alley where he trips over a bowling ball accidentally thrown by Stan.

In "The Love God," he is shown as being one of the Love God's groupies. In "Northwest Mansion Mystery," when the doors are open to common folk such as him for the Northwest Fest, he says "git it, git it," and storms into the Northwest Manor along with the rest of the crowd. In "Not What He Seems," as he is walking through town, the Universe portal causes Earth to lose its gravity, and thus he and the others are rose from the ground but falls back down shortly after. As Tyler wonders what happened, he believes the Earth hiccupped, but Lazy Susan assures him that it was probably just a baby-sized earthquake, and Tyler responds by saying, "Aww, baby-sized!"

In "A Tale of Two Stans," his younger self is shown cycling in front of Stanford's cabin with his mother. The portal causes a blackout and beams of light to escape the shack. Later, he visits the Mystery Shack (or Murder Hut) as one of its first customers. In "The Stanchurian Candidate," he appears as one of the candidates for mayor of Gravity Falls. At the end of the episode, he becomes mayor as he was the only eligible candidate due to Stan Pines having a large criminal record and Bud being possessed by Gideon. Also, Tyler was the only candidate who actually filled out their paperwork.

Tyler reverting to normal.

In "The Last Mabelcorn," a picture of him from "Gideon Rises" is shown as Bill mentions picking his next pawn. In "Weirdmageddon Part 1," Tyler appears briefly with a crowd of townspeople in an attempt to send Bill away from Gravity Falls at the start of Weirdmageddon. In "Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back The Falls," Tyler is mentioned by Gideon as being "the load-bearing human" and by pulling him out, it causes Bill's throne to collapse.


Tyler struggling to decide which shirt to buy.

Tyler appears to be good-hearted and nice. He is seen as a bit of a scatterbrain, not knowing what to buy when he visits the Mystery Shack[7]. He acts flamboyant and he is also noted for being very effeminate and indecisive[9]. He is a bit odd, due to doing his Christmas shopping in the summer[7]. He often encourages characters to fight and cheers their crazy actions on by saying "Git em', git em'!"


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Tyler without his hat.

Tyler wears a green and white trucker hat similar to Dipper's (without a pine tree), a white (pale green in earlier episodes) tank top with a very low neckline, blue jean shorts, a belt with a large buckle, and large brown boots. He has light brown hair, a mustache, some chest-hair and small visible eyelashes similar to Mabel's.

After being elected as the new mayor of Gravity Falls, he wears a black suit instead of white tank top, with a red-margin white sashes of blue "MAYOR" written.


Season 1

Season 2


"This is going to be adorable!"

"Looks like broken glass!"

"Puma shirt, panther shirt, puma shirt, panther shirt, puma shirt... panther shirt."

"Do you have this in another animal?"

"Is it just me, or did the entire world just hiccup?"

""Git 'em, git 'em!""

""Got it.""


  • Tyler's last name, Cutebiker, comes from his original placeholder name on his character sheet. The character was originally known as "the Cute Biker" or "Tyler the Cute Biker" in production, before Cutebiker (pronounced CUTE-bick-KER) officially became his name in canon.
  • Tyler has begun decorating his mansion with artisanal wind chimes.[6]
  • He plans to fight crime with his new “Cut That Out, Guys!” initiative which mainly involves putting pictures of himself in high crime areas making an adorable, pleading face.[6]
  • The message left for those who won the Cipher Hunt mentions the finder as the new mayor of Gravity Falls. It is unknown if this is canon or not, but if it is, this would mean that something either happened to Tyler, or he stepped down.


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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 "The Stanchurian Candidate." Jeff Rowe, Josh Weinstein, Alex Hirsch (writers) & Matt Braly (director). Gravity Falls. Disney XD. August 24, 2015. No. 14, season 2.
  2. Tyler's character sheet
  3. "A Tale of Two Stans." Matt Chapman, Josh Weinstein, Alex Hirsch (writers) & Sunil Hall (director). Gravity Falls. Disney XD. July 13, 2015. No. 12, season 2.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 "The Love God." Josh Weinstein, Alex Hirsch (writers) & Sunil Hall (director). Gravity Falls. Disney XD. November 26, 2014. No. 9, season 2.
  5. "Scary-oke." Matt Chapman, Jeff Rowe, Alex Hirsch (writers) & Rob Renzetti (director). Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. August 1, 2014. No. 1, season 2.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 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. “Local “Enthusiasm-Enthusiast” Tyler Cutebiker is passionate about 3 things: watching fights, wearing cutoff jean shorts, and ensuring the fiscal and infrastructural long term stability of Gravity Falls. He has already begun decorating his mansion with artisanal wind chimes and he plans to fight crime with his new “Cut That Out, Guys!” initiative which mainly involves putting pictures of himself in high crime areas making an adorable, pleading face.”
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 "Dipper vs. Manliness." Tim McKeon (writer) & Aaron Springer, Joe Pitt (directors). Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. July 20, 2012. No. 6, season 1.
  8. "Boyz Crazy." Matt Chapman, Alex Hirsch (writers) & John Aoshima (director). Gravity Falls. Disney Channel. April 19, 2013. No. 17, season 1.
  9. 9.0 9.1 "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.
  10. "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.

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