Gravity Falls: Bill Cipher Murder File


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15. case 15:Refences to other stuff

Characters frequently drink "Pitt" cola. Given the similarity in the name and color of the can, this is a reference to Mr. Pibb soda. It was also likely named after Joe Pitt, one of the directors of the series.

Many aspects of Gravity Falls can be traced back to TVs Punky Brewster.

Opening

When Dipper is exploring the cave, there are characters that look like runes. However, one of them does not match a known rune and the others do not translate into anything intelligible in English.

Mabel and Dipper walk past a taxidermy Jackalope in one scene.

For one frame, an image of Bigfoot flashes in the same pose as the alleged Bigfoot in the Patterson-Gimlin film.

Among the Polaroids are photos of Jackalopes, a Fiji mermaid, flying saucers, and the tabloid character Bat Boy.

Bill Cipher is a reference to the Eye of Providence.

Journal page

By TheHeartlessHero June 29, 2012

In the ending, it shows a photo with the logo on it, and if you look on the top right corner, you see 2 flying saucers, and the position is an allusion to the fake photo of two saucers over the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

The Konami Code is also visible.

A statue of Paul Bunyan appears in the first few seconds of the theme song. The most famous Paul Bunyan statue is in Portland, Oregon.

In the animatic version of the theme song, Mabel and Dipper arrive on a "Fast Dog" bus. This is an allusion to Greyhound Lines buses.

In the released version, it has changed to "Speedy Beaver." It may still be an allusion to the Greyhound Lines buses, though.

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