Bill waited an eternity for this moment. Favorite Scene: The reveal of Grunkle Stan's aforementioned coalition, up to and including the Multi-bear and the Manotaur. He then melts a statue of as the townspeople watch in despair. Dipper assures Mabel that she won't have to deal with reality alone, because he plans on going back home with her; he's turning down Ford's apprenticeship, comparing staying in Gravity Falls and surrounding himself in magic and mystery to be a similar form of escapism. Mabel, unable to get the group's attention, uses her powers to suspend everything in the room, arranging them so that the group is seated and the guards peaceful.
As he moves to pick them up, he triggers a trap and is caught in a net. Meanwhile, Stan plans to steal a kiddie robot for the Mystery Shack. Likewise, the evidence that her lawyers bring up of reality being awful— one bad picture day and Dipper not getting Valentines— end up being used to prove his case that she can Dipper can handle real life together. Wendy also reveals she ran into earlier, who joins their group. For the Photo Day incident, Dipper had shaved the center of his head, and while this made him look ridiculous, it convinced Mabel to follow suit, causing them both to have a good laugh out of it and have their photos taken. When he turns back to the tree, it has returned to its original adorable state.
. Penguins arrive with bowls of punch, which Soos nearly consumes before Dipper slaps it out of his hand, reminding them that this world was created by Mabel's delusions and brought to life with Bill's dark powers, advising them not to get comfortable in Mabeland. If the user ever comes to his or her senses, everything that Mabel's mind creates will turn against her and keep everyone in there forever. Dipper reacts as well as he can, which is not well at all. Basically, having the inside of her bubble reflect her feelings may have been pointless, as it would just restate what we already know about Mabel and doesn't really give a reason for her to even stay in the bubble to begin with. Dipper, Soos, and Wendy prepare to save Mabel within the. A massive group of animals, including the and a , stampede out of the forests and away from Bill, knocking Dipper over.
Dipper then tells Gideon that Mabel doesn't love him, and never did. In fact, watching it again it seems impossible for the show to continue after the events of these final few episodes. Are waffles the root of all evil? When the agents don't believe anything written in the journal, Dipper ends up conjuring up to prove to them he's not crazy. Mabel no longer has to grow up and experience one of life's most depressing points. Blendin escapes unharmed and teleports away. I don't wanna get too personal with you guys, but I found this episode to be a very touching and important turning point in the series.
Their best shot is to knock him back into the rift from where he came before Weirdmageddon spreads across the entire world. On November 20, 2015, creator of the show announced that the second season would be the show's last and that it was his decision to end the show, not the network's. Toby tries to steal an air freshener but is knocked unconscious by tranquilizer darts. The Future, and the entirety of Wierdmageddon, is essentially a manifestation of how the end of one's childhood can feel like the end of the world. Ford refuses, saying he'd rather die, so Bill turns him into a golden statue to use as a back-scratcher. It would mean rejecting one's ultimate fantasies.
Retrieved on November 19, 2015. This scene was deleted because it was too violent. Before he does so, Wendy attacks Ghost-Eyes and steals the key from Gideon. Mabel decides that there's only one way to settle this: in Mabeland's court! Therefore, I do have to concur with the fans who felt that Mabel got off relatively easily, and also believe that this particular conflict appears to be too easily wrapped up. Meanwhile, Stan tries to help Dipper get over Wendy.
Speaking of which, the ultimate resolution of the plot - Dipper deciding to reject Ford's apprenticeship - also raised eyebrows in some elements of the fandom. Even Mabeland could've been better. I know that Bill's pretty damn strong, but that still sorta limits the stakes. However, if Mabel represented by Xyler and Craz wins, she will stay in Mabeland, and Dipper would be banished and replaced by Dippy Fresh, who has become a town favorite. He announces his plan to take Weirdmageddon worldwide, and the demons make their way toward the edge of Gravity Falls. Together, the reunited team looks towards the decimated town. We know that she's scared of being alone and left behind because she says that the world is perfect only when her friends arrive, and, when they tell her she needs to leave, she brings out the fan-favorite Dippy-Fresh.
Wendy, tempted by a lust for rebellion. Wendy begins to side with Dipper, taking into mind the dire state of Gravity Falls, but is interrupted by her friends, who plan to ride a monster truck filled with explosives to a high school, destroy it, and stick a plunger on the principal's head, something that Wendy has always wanted to do, causing her to leave with her friends. Now back in the dark reality, Mabel tells Dipper that he doesn't have to give up his apprenticeship just for her, but Dipper has made up his mind. Because if my fears are confirmed, we're facing a rather disappointing ending. While it would've been more realistic for Mabel to have to come to that conclusion herself, it wouldn't do anything for the audience but tell them how horrible life is, and would be sending the message that people are required to do things out of obligation, and obligation alone, because grown ups live out of obligation As someone who was sort of disappointed that Mabel didn't come to the conclusion to leave on her own, I have to say that this a great point that I never considered. This causes Mabel's reign and control over Mabeland to be undone, and all the creatures, except Xyler and Craz, to reveal their true corrupted selves.
Xyler and Craz used this incident to justify how cruel reality was, and when Dipper argues it was just one bad day, they bring up another memory, targeted at him. I still think he can go to hell, though. Least Favorite Scene: The resolution to the end of Mabel's conflict was underwhelming. She is surprised that reality seemed just as horrible under Bill's reign as her nightmarish prison, but Dipper assures her that now that they were together, they would restore Gravity Falls and defeat Bill. It's a real waste of her character. Guest stars: as Probabilitor, J.