Gravity Falls 4: When a Leader Falls "Okay, I guess so, for just a minute." Mabel reluctantly followed Soos back to the Shack, glancing over her shoulder at the stairway to the attic, "Just a minute," she repeated to herself.More Like This
"Mabel," Stan glanced behind his niece, "Where's your brother?"
"He isn't feeling well," Mabel explained with a sniffle.
"Oh, and I suppose you're feeling just great," Stan rubbed his forehead.
"What do you need?" Mabel asked, impatient to get whatever her Grunkle wanted done and over with.
"Well, some of our signs fell off in the storm yesterday, and I needed the two of you to hang them back up," Stan explained, pulling a box of nails out from under the desk.
"Oh…well," That was perhaps the last thing Mabel wanted to wind up doing. Not because it was a bad job, Mabel enjoyed using a hammer, but doing it alone could take a long time, and if something were to happen to Dipper…
"Can we hold it off for a day or tw
Gravity Falls 2: Mud Puddles and Memory Loss "I know," Mabel said softly, "But it doesn't make any sense! How could you forget a whole day just like that?"More Like This
"I dunno," Dipper said, hanging his head, "but " he paused, "But I think it has to do with the book."
"We're going outside, Grunkle Stan!" Mabel called as she and Dipper made their way towards the door.
"In the rain?" Stan asked from his easy chair, "Is that the cure for memory loss?"
"It's only a little sprinkle," Mabel said, glancing out the window, where a few scattered raindrops still hit the glass.
"Fine by me," Stan said with a shrug.
The twins put on their jackets and boots before stepping out into the cold, wet land outside.
"Yay, puddles!" Mabel shouted, leaping into the largest one in sight, splashing mud all the way up her legs.
She jumped a few times, but stopped when she saw her brother standing distantly off to the side.
"C'mon Dipper!" she called, splashing again, "Stop worrying and have some fun for a while!"