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==History==
 
==History==
===Season 1===
 
 
In "[[Little Dipper]]," he comes to the [[Mystery Shack]] claiming that [[Stan Pines|Stan]] has won a million dollar [[Wikipedia:Cheque|check]] from [[Winninghouse Coupon Savers]] contest, until it is revealed to be a trick by [[Gideon Gleeful|Gideon]] in an attempt to steal the Mystery Shack.
 
In "[[Little Dipper]]," he comes to the [[Mystery Shack]] claiming that [[Stan Pines|Stan]] has won a million dollar [[Wikipedia:Cheque|check]] from [[Winninghouse Coupon Savers]] contest, until it is revealed to be a trick by [[Gideon Gleeful|Gideon]] in an attempt to steal the Mystery Shack.
 
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Revision as of 06:35, August 28, 2015

This lawyer is a man under the employment of the Gleeful family.

History

In "Little Dipper," he comes to the Mystery Shack claiming that Stan has won a million dollar check from Winninghouse Coupon Savers contest, until it is revealed to be a trick by Gideon in an attempt to steal the Mystery Shack.

Appearance

He wears a dark blue suit over a white polo, and a red and yellow striped tie. He has gray and black hair in a comb over haircut, a large square jaw and a long bulbous nose.

Alex Hirsch's Twitter prank

Just before the premiere of "Little Dipper," Alex Hirsch posted on Twitter a picture of the "Unnamed Lawyer," claiming that it was "Mitt Romney's appearance in an upcoming Gravity Falls episode" and that Stan Pines and he would bond over a "love of not paying taxes."[2] He later posted that the comment was a prank.[3]

Sightings

Season 1

Games

References

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