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Tourist Trapped 

Dipper suspects that Mabel's new boyfriend is a zombie.

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Mabel Pines (voice)
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Dipper Pines (voice) (as Jason Morgan)
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Dipper and Mabel Pines arrive in the remote town of Gravity Falls, Oregon to live with their Great Uncle Stan over the summer at his tourist trap, the Mystery Shack. Dipper begins to discover the town's paranormal side when he discovers a mysterious book detailing strange occurrences that have happened in Gravity Falls, and when he suspects that Mabel's new boyfriend might be a zombie. Written by Anonymous

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15 June 2012 (USA)  »

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Soos: My wisdom is both a blessing and a curse.
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References Gulliver's Travels (1939) See more »

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I now get the fuss
28 April 2016 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

I've heard a lot about this series and so I thought it was time to get my hands on it, the best decision I've made in a while. This pilot is one of the better ones I've seen; it differs a bit from the rest of the episodes but it does so to really show the series potential and wide spectrum when it comes to age specific humour. I should probably mention that I am no fan of Disney shows nor cartoons or animated series in general, so an 8/10 rating on this show (which fits into both above named categories) is a great deal. The thing that I think contributes the most to making this such a great pilot is the humour. A seven-year-old can enjoy it for it's silliness and goofiness, but a 20-, 30- or even 40-year-old can enjoy it just the same thanks to the witty and sometimes dark comedy hidden between the frames. It also manages to capture people of all ages's interest with the beginning of a great mystery...

Totally got me to want to watch more, as a pilot should do.


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