The episode aired on February 15, 2016. With Dipper literally petrified of the relationship with her, he can't bring himself to tell her. I was actually a bit scared that they were overcompensating for her past absences. So Soos decides to fix and decorate it along with. I'm also willing to note a lack of focus on Wendy's flaws on trying to establish the character. Future episodes, hopefully, will flesh her out, try and make her more of a deep-ish character. Given that there are 18 other episodes in this season, it was doubtful that the question would be answered in the episode.
Wendy responded by blasting Dipper and Robbie's misogynistic, self-serving manoeuvres, before running off distraught. That's fine, though: the episode was focused more on character rather than plot. It featured clips from the series finale added in. They showed a darker side to our favourite characters. Need I mention the technical aspects of the episode? Sure, fireflies aren't native to Oregon, according to the Gravity Falls Wiki, but I'll give this episode the benefit of the doubt.
It's one of the most bittersweet moments in the show: it settles their relationship for the time being, but also leaves the path open for more adventures with the two. Archived from on September 30, 2015. As I mentioned earlier, the main focus in this episode is on Dipper and Wendy, showing the latter getting involved in the investigations that Dipper does for the first time, and the two getting stuck together at the worst possible time for the former. He could be taken out of the episode, and there would be relatively little taken away. She manages to nail several things about the bunker in her first try the entry to the bunker, deducing the disguise of the antagonist, hatching a plan to take out the antagonist. Let's keep the momentum going! Archived from on November 21, 2014.
This, in turn, drags both him and Wendy deeper into the insanity that is the Bunker. You could feel just how sick she was when she realised what her actions almost did to Dipper. When Dipper finds an old journal in the forest, their everyday lifestyle changes with odd things and creatures they encounter. If you have time to watch the episode. Archived from on December 13, 2014. And I loved it all. It's dark themes in both its plot and subplot were striking, yet also realistic.
And, boy, oh boy, there is a lot of character focus in this episode. It can take a six megaton blast. A botched attempt at a confession drives Wendy into one of Dipper's investigations: exploring the bunker under the tree where 3 was first found. As of March 2, 2016, this episode has sometimes been split up into two separate 22 minute episodes. But, yet again, what is Gravity Falls's great strength? However, even with those flaws, this episode is still pretty damn awesome. Plus, Mark Hamill plays the antagonist. .
Hopelessly in love, Dipper is also hopelessly petrified to confess his emotions. During the course of the series, 40 episodes of Gravity Falls aired over two seasons. It's a pretty deep moment: a sign where his insensitive manoeuvres have almost killed his best friend, his crush. Probably the greatest feat that this episode did was bring Wendy to the centre of the episode. Dipper looking heartbroken, all alone in the forest, as the sun appears to set on him, as the fireflies just keep moving. Could her father have been trying to take the family's mind off of a divorce, or death? A creature never seen before. Archived from on February 21, 2015.
Soos is really the only thing close to a liability in character: he just seemed there for comic relief. Once Wendy is nearly killed, Dipper realises that his inability to confess drove the two into this madness. Now, I think Red Dwarf did both just a bit more cleverly, but that's not a huge strike against Gravity Falls: its twists were quite creative. As Dipper, Wendy, Mabel, and Soos dive down into the bunker, events conspire that drive Dipper closer to the breaking point, the duo to what seems to be a figure of local lore, and the quartet close to their demise. It's a hell of a dark episode.
The use of darker colours sets the mood perfectly, the backgrounds are incredibly detailed, the character designs are wickedly creative, character movement is fluid. This show is originaly produced and first released by Disney Television Animation on 15th June 2012 in United States for Disney Channel. I will admit, though, that the fact that this seemingly lazy character can go on the offensive when it comes to pure danger? They soon realize that the mysterious town holds plenty of secrets. I do think, however, that there was a reason why Mabel and Soos provided a comic relief team. For example, take a long, long look at this scene image taken from the Gravity Falls Wiki : I believe that this is the most moving image of the episode. On March 12, 2013, the show was renewed for a second season.
Once Dipper gets the nerve to ask Wendy out after her pretty bad split with Robbie, you realise that she's thinking that Dipper's just going to use her. In so doing, they have made an episode that further reaffirmed just how far the writing for the show has gone. You begin noticing little things, such as facial expressions and minor lines of dialogue. After I first watched the episode, I was sort of conflicted on her character. He deserves an Annie, a Nebula, anything for the effort put into the art. Sure, her disgust is short term relations between the two warmed up considerably within three episodes , but looking back.