This a list of unseen characters who exist within Gravity Falls, but have not properly appeared in the series.
Boy in blue's mother
Cat lady's son
Deputy Durland's grandmother
.GIFfany's creators were the various programmers of the game Romance Academy 7. When programming the game the character .GIFfany eventually gained sentience. The programmers unsuccessfully attempted to delete her, and in response she "deleted" them.
Grenda's mother mentioned when her daughter first meets Mabel. Grenda called her mother about having a sleepover with her new friend. In "Carpet Diem," Grenda brings one of the her mother's "age-inappropriate" romance novels to a sleepover.
Jeffrey Cannuck is a victim of the Blind Eye Society's memory erasing. Based on where his memories are stored, it can be inferred that he knew notable information about Gravity Falls' supernatural side.
Mr. Northwest was a robber who lived some time between the 19th and 20th centuries. He is an ancestor of the modern Northwest family.
Dipper and Mabel's parents are the frequently mentioned parents of Dipper and Mabel Pines, who reside in Piedmont, California. While only their arms have physically been seen, a picture of them is featured in "Tourist Trapped."
Mr. and Mrs. Chiu
Mr. and Mrs. Chiu are Candy Chiu's parents. At one point, Candy spoke to her mother about having a sleepover with Mabel. Later, it's revealed that every last week of Summer vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Chiu force their daughter to attend music camp.
Northwest Fest guests
The Northwest Fest guests include several powerful individuals who attend the Northwest family's annual party.
Among who are pictured but do not physically appear include:
- Baron Sneer-Snout
- Mr. and Mrs. Drole
- Argyle Snif??r-foot
- Unnamed woman
Soos' father is Soos Ramirez's deadbeat father. Soos has not seen his father since he was at least four years old. Soos realized the extent of his father's neglect on his twelfth birthday, which led to a decade-long disdain for the date. In "Weirdmageddon 2: Escape From Reality," since he's never seen his dad, Soos fantasizes that he has the body of a pro wrestler and a face he once saw on a hot sauce bottle.
- According to Alex Hirsch, Soos' father is Caucasian while his mother is Hispanic.
- Soos' Spanish surname, Ramirez, suggests that he took his mother's surname.
Soos' mother is the daughter of Abuelita, Reggie's aunt (and therefore the sister of one of his parents) and the mother of Soos Ramirez. Little is known about Soos' mother, aside from her Latina heritage.
Steven is one of Old Man McGucket's friends. Steven has a wife and children and he hasn't seen McGucket in a long while.
Unnamed Li'l Gideon fan
An unnamed Li'l Gideon fan is mentioned by the child psychic on his date with Mabel Pines. He apparently shooed her away, telling her to "autograph her own headshot."
Wax John Wilkes Booth
Wax John Wilkes' Booth is one of several wax figures from the episode "Headhunters." He is a wax figure of the infamous actor and assassin of President Abraham Lincoln. When Wax Abraham Lincoln is found melted, Stan accuses Wax John Wilkes Booth of having done it.
Wendy's ex-boyfriends are numerous males formerly involved in romantic relationships with Wendy, whom she mentions when talking to Mabel about breakups. These individuals include:
- Russ Durham
- Eli Hall
- Stoney Davidson
- Psyche Wirley
- Nate Holt
- Unnamed guy with tattoos
- Danny Feldman
- Mark Epston
Wendy is uncertain as to whether or not she broke up with Mark, which explains his constant calls to her.
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