Dipper realizes that they are close to Mabel's bubble, but have to make a gigantic jump across a canyon. 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. If Gideon failed to stop them, whoever enters Mabel's bubble would be trapped in a prison of their own deepest desires, never to return to reality. He gains a neon blue mohawk and starts dressing like a teenage punk, but he's just as incompetent as he was before. This causes him to break Mabeland's one rule: to never mention reality. We see Toby also got an arrow in his arm, and the on-screen wound is likewise bloodless. When he turns back to the tree, it has returned to its original adorable state.
Touched by this, Dipper makes his decision. Tell me below in the comments, because I want to hear about it. But no, Dipper takes up that burden and Mabel has to do in this episode is be an obstacle to Dipper, and make up with him at the end. And with him gone, the episode finally ends. Chains wrap around the bubble, trapping Mabel inside.
With the gun only armed for one attack, Ford locks Bill in his sights. Together, the reunited team looks towards the decimated town. He is suppressed by some waffle guards, who prepare to exile him back to reality forever. 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. Ford, pinned under rubble, tosses Dipper a bag with the three journals inside. Wendy comes up with a plan to get to Mabel's bubble.
When I saw this episode though, I treated it more like a standalone piece of animation, rather than it having to bear the responsibility of being the finale to the series. The pair head to Bud Gleeful's car lot for a ride, but are confronted by Lil' Gideon's gang, who have become Bill's enforcers. Side note - more I think about it, more I think that's the worst episode of Gravity Falls. This episode finishes up Dipper and Mabel's story by finally having them celebrate their 13th birthday. Realizing how uncomfortable Mabel was with the forced nature of their previous relationship, Gideon allows the Mystery Shack crew to leave so he and his gang can rebel against Bill. They arrive at a beach, crowded with more of Mabel's fantasy creatures. Mabel grabs a giant sewing needle and together they burst the bubble.
Soos assures Dipper that he remains committed to the mission, but his resolve is broken when he is heartwarmingly reunited with , conjured from his own imagination, as he is unable to remember how his father looked like. The problem is that a talking church bell throws off his aim. We recommend no more than 5 posts every 10 hours. The weirdness bubbles Gideon and Ghost-Eyes go through turn them into polygonal, female, and silent film versions of themselves. Second, and leading from the first, there were a few things I felt weren't addressed and could've been addressed. Damn, this show was dark from day 1. For the Valentine's Day incident, Mabel had used all her cards to form a huge card for Dipper, cheering him up.
As the waffle guards prepare to banish Dipper, Mabel saves him, forcing him to stand trial instead of getting booted outright. They agree that if they are to turn the tables against impossible odds, Dipper will need to rescue Mabel. As good as the Northwest episode was, all it really did was give Pacifica some real character development and allowed Dipper and Pacifica to become friends. Blendin then drops the trope name, and decides to disappear for his own safety. His attempt to fight Bill head-on is a total failure, and results in Bill incinerating the journals. Has to be seen to be believed, but I'll just say. Bill clinks a golden and announces the latest successes, which include turning citizens of the barren wasteland once known as into stone to be used as a throne for Bill.
Three days into Weirdmageddon, Gravity Falls has become a complete wasteland. Ford refuses, saying he'd rather die, so Bill turns him into a golden statue to use as a back-scratcher. Dipper is forced to flee, and Bill creates a floating pyramid from which to rule over the town in. They come to the conclusion that this is still. Retrieved on August 17, 2016. He resigns himself to a fate of starvation, crawling off screen to call his mother. Second, I want to address the elephant in the room, Mabel's character development.
During the party, Candy, Grenda and Mabel fight over a boy they all want to date. Mabel, lying asleep on a bed, is picked up by Soos, waking shortly after, while Wendy and Dipper barricade the doors, preventing more guards from entering. It was by using parts of this alien technology that Ford was able to construct the dimensional portal. I can see the argument about Mabel's character development, but at the same time, I am going to have to respectfully disagree. He announces his plan to take Weirdmageddon worldwide, and the demons make their way toward the edge of Gravity Falls. Bill vaporizes the Time Police holo-projections and Time Baby instantly, and the party resumes.
The Warriors take Gideon and start following them. And stylistically, we loved how opposite it was to the episode that came before it, which was more mired in the apocalyptic gloom of Bill and his evil plan this was so bright and colorful it bordered on abstraction. A man that, in spite of his vast intelligence, slipped up at the worst possible time, making a deal with a demon in an attempt to further his knowledge. Bill promptly unleashes the and all over town. Bill burns the Journals into ashes, taunting Dipper that there is no room for heroes in his world.
Dipper nearly accepts but realizes that Wendy would never say such things: she is only saying what he wants her to say. The prisoners' post apocalyptic style cars aren't bad either. Rules This is just an overview. Ford questions if Dipper is up to the task of helping him end Weirdmageddon. Weirdmageddon is a massive, multipart mini-movie that rounds out and finishes Season 2. Gideon is ecstatic over his new job, and he still believes that Mabel is destined to be his. The group storms the tower, with Soos taking a bite out of the guards and Wendy defeating the other before breaking down the door.