Gravity Falls Creator Shares Weirdest Emails From Disney Censors



Gravity Falls turns 10, and as such, creator Alex Hirsch gave fans a long-awaited treat: emails from Disney’s Standards and Practices trying to censor and change the story, dialogue, and characters.

Hirsch, who also provided voiceovers for the show, posted on his Twitter account genuine emails and concerns from Disney and his responses in turn. Things go from how Mabel and Dipper would insult other characters at Disney being afraid of words that might have a sexual connotation. Hirsch fired back with most of them as the level of ridiculousness grew as the series went on.

Hirsch also published an article about a singular incident involving a scene with a limerick and even though he changed it, Disney insisted it could still be interpreted as something dirty. It’s also worth noting that Disney wanted to change the nature of the relationship between Officers Durland and Blurb and even had Hirsch revise a simple arm around a shoulder, with Hirsch stating that “they’re…buddies.” Gravity Falls can be seen in the Celebrate Pride Month section of Disney+.

After Gravity Falls ended, Hirsch worked as a story consultant for Oscar-nominated The Mitchells vs the Machines and co-created the very adult-oriented Inside Job for Netflix.

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