It's Summerween, and Dipper and Mabel are visited by a monster called the Trickster, who informs them they must collect 500 pieces of candy, or be eaten.

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Cast

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Mabel Pines (voice)
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Dipper Pines (voice)
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Wendy Corduroy (voice)
Carl Faruolo ...
Grenda (voice)
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Robbie (voice)
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Toby Determined (voice)
Niki Yang ...
Candy Chiu (voice)
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Mummy Kid (voice)
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Lazy Susan (voice)
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Gorney (voice)
Keith Ferguson ...
Deputy Durland (voice)
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Sheriff Blubs (voice)
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Soldier Kid (voice)

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Despite being told by Wendy that trick-or-treating is childish, Dipper reluctantly goes trick-or-treating with Mabel and her friends for Summerween after a monster known as the Summerween Trickster threatens to eat them if they don't collect 500 pieces of candy by the time the last watermelon lantern is blown out at the end of the night. Meanwhile, Grunkle Stan tries desperately to scare off a pair of kids that want candy but aren't scared of Grunkle Stan's tricks. Written by Anonymous

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5 October 2012 (USA)  »

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Dipper Pines: Everyone stay quiet.
Mabel Pines: Oh, now you're worried about the monster! I thought all you cared about was Wendy.
Dipper Pines: Mabel, you know that's not true. just - I felt like I was getting a little too old to go trick-or-treating.
Mabel Pines: That's exactly why we need to go trick-or-treating, Dipper. We're getting older. There's not that many Halloweens left.
Mabel Pines: [Gasps] I guess I didn't realize it was already our last one.
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References Frankenstein (1931) See more »

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Written and Performed by Dolly Parton
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