I really don't blame Mabel for not dating him. Heck, if I had been in her place I would do the same as her and avoid him like the plague. Not only is he creepy, but he's a total jerk, especially to Dipper.
She actually says "You were, like, attacking my brother, what the heck?", which I found absolutely hilarious.
And I don't think Gideon will be the main villain of the show. It seems to me like it's more of a "several threats" kinda deal with this cartoon. It's obvious Gideon will be a recurring villain and possibly the most important rival of the twins, but we haven't seen enough yet to rule him as the main antagonist of the whole series. He definitely has his part to play, but with all the other suspicious characters going around there's simply no telling. I personally wouldn't mind seeing him again though; he's a good source of conflict for Mabel and Dipper and has a lot of potential as a full-fledged character.
Thanks for the part! English is not my native language, so sometimes things get complicated, especially with accents and incoherent speech
Agree with second part too. I wonder who Stan really is, when Wendy is gonna get her peri... <scratch that> her spot in the limelight and why Soos is so friendly.
But my biggest question so far is: how far will Alex Hirsch be able to push his luck with all those jokes, references and hints. I mean, c'mon: "Sascrotch"! "Put on your blindfolds and get into my car" etc.
Haha, true, it's surprising he managed to get the Sascrotch and other border-line jokes in a Disney cartoon. But I think that as long as the show is successful and gathers enough money, Disney doesn't actually care. The only way I can see them draw a strict line would be if someone complains about the jokes to the point that it actually becomes a problem. But seeing as the show is targeted towards young teens and is regarded as a teen cartoon by most, I doubt it will come to that. It's those kind of jokes that makes its charm, after all.