字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Welcome to the very first episode of “Gravity Falls Uncovered”. You know the opener you just watched? That's what we're focusing on today. You've probably already seen multiple videos about the opener, and that's where I got a lot of my information. There are so many different secrets hidden within the opening theme of “Gravity Falls”. For those of you who might not know what I'm referencing, Gravity Falls is an animated TV show by Disney about a pair of twins named Dipper and Mabel Pines who visit their Great-Uncle Stanley Pines in the small, quiet town of Gravity Falls in Oregon, USA. The not-so-serene community is actually plagued by supernatural beings, all of which are recorded in a set of three journals, the author of said journals is still unknown. The opener is the first clues to just how mysterious this town is. The very first secret is a shadowed figure visible in only one frame of the opener. He's large, he's hairy, he's tall, and he's in a myth-riddled town. Who on Earth could this be? The most common theory, and makes the most sense, is Bigfoot. Some people claim that he may be the author of the journals, if so, then that guy has a massive hair growth problem. The second secret that you may have missed is all the photos. Here we can see Blendin Blandin, Lil' Gideon, A gnome, and the Monster of Summerween, and the p-teradactyl. All of whom have been featured in episodes. Could this mean that the other photos are hints as to what baddies are to come? If so, then I'm psyched for the UFOs. Our third secret is the whisper at the end of the opener when the title is finally displayed. When you listen closely, it sounds like it is saying “I'm still here”. But if you play it backwards, the voice is saying “Three Letters Back”, a Caesarian Code where you take each letter of the alphabet and count three letters behind it, coding your phrases. (A becomes X, B becomes Y, C becomes Z, and so on.) This code is used at the end of each episode during the very end of the credits, at which time a coded phrase is displayed for the watcher to decode. Finally, the biggest secret of them all. The one that unlocks the entire show for the viewer. The Bill Cipher circle. For one frame only the Bill Cipher circle appears. It is on the same stationary that the rest of Dipper's journal appears on, and has a drawing of Bill Cipher, a demon that can enter people's dreams as well as possess and persuade. Many believe that Bill Cipher is reminiscent to the All-Seeing-Eye that represents the illuminati on the dollar bill. But that's not important right now. The most important items on this image is the surrounding circle. Each part of the circle has a symbol that theorists believe represent each main member of the show. The pine tree represents Dipper, because of the pine tree on his hat. The claw represents Grunkle Stan, a symbol on his fez. Many believe that the ice symbolizes Wendy, because she is usually calm, cool, and collected. But that isn't a solid theory. The question mark could possibly represent either Soos or the Mystery Shack, both of which sport question marks constantly. The glasses are another theory of Grunkle Stan's secret twin Stanley Pines. The stitched heart is a symbol for Robbie, a menacing, rather annoying character. This symbol appears on Robbie's jacket. The shooting star many believe is the representation of Mabel, who owns a sweater with this symbol upon it (It's pink). The llama has a lot of controversy over it as well. Either the hypothesized Lebam, Mabel's doppelgänger, or Pacifica, who is Mabel's opposite. The hand can only represent the author of the journals, the identity of whom is still a mystery. And the star represents Lil' Gideon, the nasty brat who is a fake psychic. But so is Stan. Alongside the circle is more code which reads, when translated, “Stan is not what he seems”. What could this be a reference to? Mere speculation is all that answers my own question. At the end of season one, however, we find out that Stan has a hidden room in the Mystery Shack behind a vending machine. And in that room, he possesses all three journals out of which he is creating a portal of some sort. This may be what the code is referring to, but some believe that Stan himself might be the author of the journals. If so, then why would he need them to open a portal designed by his own hand? Those are the secrets of the opening title. Stay tuned for more secrets of Gravity Falls. Thanks for watching “Gravity Falls Uncovered”.