Alex Hirsch
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If this show is based on Alex hirschs childhood than we to find Hirschs uncle and find the portal in his basement
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#2
I'm sorry, what?
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#3
Rofl. So we can go to the real Gravity Falls?
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Part of me wants to go explore the Oregon wilderness, find a waterfall, establish a town around it, and name that town Gravity Falls.
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^Well apparently that's our mission here. ONWARDS TO FIND HIRSCH'S UNCLE!
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#6
Stan's based on Alex's grandfather.

If you do found Gravity Falls, I'll move there and start up a mattress store. Then later we can turn it into a Laser Tag place.
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Oregon is the closest thing we have in real life. If they ever were to make a Gravity Falls live-action movie, Oregon would an ideal place to film in.
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(11-25-2015, 09:17 PM)Sir Dippingsauce Wrote: Oregon is the closest thing we have in real life. If they ever were to make a Gravity Falls live-action movie, Oregon would an ideal place to film in.

I don't think that a live action GF movie could work.
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(11-25-2015, 01:27 PM)GravityFallsGirl Wrote: Part of me wants to go explore the Oregon wilderness, find a waterfall, establish a town around it, and name that town Gravity Falls.

I actually think that would be AWESOME! I mean, there's gotta be some currently townless area in the middle-ish area of Oregon near a waterfall, right? That place should be found and somehow funded into a real town named Gravity Falls, with a Mystery Shack and everything.Happy
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(11-25-2015, 10:43 PM)AwesomeDude1 Wrote:
(11-25-2015, 09:17 PM)Sir Dippingsauce Wrote: Oregon is the closest thing we have in real life. If they ever were to make a Gravity Falls live-action movie, Oregon would an ideal place to film in.

I don't think that a live action GF movie could work.

How do you know? I didn't say they would make it, but if they were to make it.

Emphasis on the word "if".
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