Television Gravity Falls

Discussion in 'Movies & Media' started by Rayku, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. Rayku Kingdom Keeper

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    Ok, so I didn't find any threads about this show on Disney Channel

    Which is honestly surprising because its becoming a huge hit on the channel or at least to older kids.

    Basically, 12 year old Twins Dipper and Mabel Pines are sent off to their Grunkle Stan (Grand Uncle) who works in the Mystery Shack in Gravity Falls, Oregon. Grunkle Stan rips off people with his tourist trap attraction that deals with the paranormal and etc.

    All seems normal for the twins until Dipper finds a mysterious book saying not everything in Gravity Falls is normal, and soon mysterious events starts happening to the twins dealing with Vampires, Monsters and the like. Dipper and Mabel set out to solve the mystery behind the town, and also in turn, their Grunkle Stan.

    Its actually a really hilarious and cute show but also fairly interesting with theories and codes within the show that the fans started cracking (and have actually happened). I recommend watching it, it recently just started not that long ago and only 7 episodes (I believe) are out so far.
     
  2. reptar REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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    God, I love this show. Its brilliantly animated, and the voice acting is great. I also love the humor, since it has the same writer of Flapjack which I also loved.

    I REALLY RECOMMEND THIS SHOW.
     
  3. jafar custom title

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    I absolutely love this show. I'm surprised they haven't really aired it outside of new episodes. No re-runs, nothin'. :c

    But I didn't know about those hidden codes, I'll have to look into that. That should be exciting, even though I'm terrible at code-breaking.
     
  4. Krowley Super Moderator

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    Not fond of Disney channel, but I'm definitely more favorable to the animated shows.
    I enjoy the way Mable and Dipper play off each other and the cleverness put into the writing