and really underused in terms of how much I was given to do. There was a lot of me balancing my pencil on my nose waiting for more shit to do.
Locit wrote:-Fewer exposition yells! I think you can trust viewers to remember that Dipper is on his way to save his sister, even if you're coming back from a commercial break. Same goes for "He's getting away with our queen!" During the chase sequence on the golf cart I think not having Mabel say "I'll save you Dipper!" and just having her go straight to punching him/the gnome on his face would have been much funnier.
G.Silver wrote: If I had a particular suggestion for the show (to appeal to me, anyway) it would be to go more in that kind of "authentic" roadside-attraction-creature direction rather than the more traditional monsters (werewolf, vampire, gnome) in the first episode.
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