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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 02:23, February 28, 2016

The 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.

Sightings

Season 1

Games

Trivia

  • 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. Stan and he will bond over a love of not paying taxes."[1] He later posted that the comment was a prank.[2]

References

  1. Hirsch, Alex (August 28, 2012). Twitter number 240513836061433856 (Twitter). Retrieved on August 29, 2012.
  2. Hirsch, Alex (August 28, 2012). Twitter number 240527292307238913 (Twitter). Retrieved on August 29, 2012.

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