Gravity Falls is an animated series that aired on Disney Channel and Disney XD from 2012 to 2016. The series follows the adventures of twin brother and sister Mabel and Dipper Pines, who investigate paranormal happenings with their uncle.
- In the second season episode "Sock Opera", the end credits features a brief live-action sequence depicting the characters as puppets. Grunkle Stan and Old Man McGucket are shown watching the show in a balcony and commentating à la Statler and Waldorf.
- In a Nerdist writer's panel podcast, creator Alex Hirsch revealed an abandoned story idea for an episode that would have parodied Labyrinth featuring Dipper as the brother who was stolen, and Mabel as the reluctant sister who would rather hang out with the "Groblin" King. It would have begun with Mabel watching a Labyrinth-like movie for the nth time, and Dipper complaining about it so much that she wishes him away. Dipper would eventually reveal the reason why he hates the movie is because he's terrified of puppets. The episode went unproduced because Disney Channel executives didn't think anyone would understand the reference.
- Dee Bradley Baker voiced Waddles
- Lance Bass voiced Sev'ral Times on "Boyz Crazy".
- Linda Cardellini voiced Wendy Corduroy
- Coolio voiced Wax Coolio in "Headhunters"
- Jessica DiCicco voiced Tambry and .GIFany
- Mark Hamill voiced Bats Biker and Shape Shifter
- Larry King voiced Wax Larry King in "Headhunters"
- John O'Hurley voiced the Head Light Lilliputtian in "The Golf War".
- Nick Offerman voiced Agent Powers
- John Oliver voiced Wax Sherlock Holmes in "Headhunters"
- Patton Oswalt voiced Franz in "The Golf War"
- Chelsea Peretti voiced Darlene in "Roadside Attraction"
- Kevin Michael Richardson voiced Sheriff Blubs and others
- Stephen Root voiced Bud Gleeful
- Horatio Sanz voiced several characters
- Kristen Schaal voiced Mabel Pines
- Peter Serafinowicz voiced Blind Ivan on "Society of the Blind Eye"
- Jon Stewart voiced Judge Kitty Kitty Meow Meow Face-Shwartstein in "Weirdmageddon 2"
- Tara Strong provided several voices
- Neil deGrasse Tyson voiced "Smart" Waddles
- Frank Welker voiced Gompers
- "Weird Al" Yankovic voiced Probabilitor the Annoying in "Dungeons, Dungeons, and More Dungeons"
- Nerdist Writer's Panel #97 July 16, 2013
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