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Why Gravity Falls Is the Smartest Cartoon on Television
Spoiler alert! With so much happening in the hour-long series finale, we spoke to series creator Alex Hirsch to find out how he wanted to end the show. How does it feel now that the series is over? I feel very good. I am at peace.
When Gravity Falls came out in , what seemed at first just a nostalgia-inducing yet goofy show about twins having to stay with their great-uncle or grunkle in the woods became much more than just that. Here are ten hidden clues and referencesthat will blow your mind and show you just how smartly set up the series is when you re-watch Gravity Falls. This is something he does frequently, which eventually leads to his arrest at the end of this episode for breaking the Time Traveling Code of Conduct. The thing is, Blendin can be seen throughout the entire series, even before the audience meets him. Alex Hirsch and Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland are good friends in real life—which explains why both those cartoons have made references to the other. This, naturally, invites a question: Does Gravity Falls exist in the same universe as Rick and Morty?