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The '''woodpecker's husband''' is a minor character in ''[[Gravity Falls (TV series)|Gravity Falls]]''. His first and currently only appearance is in "[[Irrational Treasure]]", marrying a woodpecker. [[Mabel]] finds this very odd, but [[Dipper]] tells her that it used to be legal to marry a woodpecker in their [[Gravity Falls, Oregon|town]]. The newlywed husband then corrects him, saying that it is still "very legal" to do wed the animal. Later, he argues with his wife about going south for the winter, stating that their home is in Gravity Falls. After his wife pecks at the table, he storms off, shouting that she always says that. Ironically, they live in a wooden house with wooden furniture.
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The '''woodpecker's husband''' is a minor character in ''[[Gravity Falls (TV series)|Gravity Falls]]''. His first and currently only appearance is in "[[Irrational Treasure]]", marrying a woodpecker. [[Mabel]] finds this very odd, but [[Dipper]] tells her that it used to be legal to marry a woodpecker in their [[Gravity Falls, Oregon|town]]. The newlywed husband then corrects him, saying that it is still "very legal" to wed the animal. Later, he argues with his 'wife' about going south for the winter, stating that their home is in Gravity Falls. After his wife pecks at the table, he storms off, shouting that she always says that. Ironically, they live in a wooden house with wooden furniture.
   
 
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Revision as of 20:13, February 18, 2013

The woodpecker's husband is a minor character in Gravity Falls. His first and currently only appearance is in "Irrational Treasure", marrying a woodpecker. Mabel finds this very odd, but Dipper tells her that it used to be legal to marry a woodpecker in their town. The newlywed husband then corrects him, saying that it is still "very legal" to wed the animal. Later, he argues with his 'wife' about going south for the winter, stating that their home is in Gravity Falls. After his wife pecks at the table, he storms off, shouting that she always says that. Ironically, they live in a wooden house with wooden furniture.

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