Season 2

8.3

2012

Duration  :  

22m

20 Episodes

Cast : Jason Ritter, Kristen Schaal, Alex Hirsch, Linda Cardellini, Carl Faruolo, Niki Yang, T. J. Miller, Jessica DiCicco, Scott Menville, Michael Rianda, Thurop Van Orman, Jackie Buscarino, Kevin Michael Richardson, Keith Ferguson, Gregg Turkington, Kari Wahlgren, Stephen Root, Nathan Fillion, John Roberts, Greg Cipes


Crew : Joe Pitt


Genres: Animation, Comedy, Mystery, Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Kids


Production Companies : Disney Television Animation.


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Episodes
Episode 1 : Scary-oke
8.7
Episode 2 : Into the Bunker
8.8
Episode 3 : The Golf War
7.7
Episode 4 : Sock Opera
7.4
Episode 5 : Soos and the Real Girl
8.6
Episode 6 : Little Gift Shop of Horrors
7.8
Episode 7 : Society of the Blind Eye
8.0
Episode 8 : Blendin's Game
8.9
Episode 9 : The Love God
7.8
Episode 10 : Northwest Mansion Noir
9.2
Episode 11 : Not What He Seems
9.4
Episode 12 : A Tale of Two Stans
9.3
Episode 13 : Dungeons, Dungeons, & More Dungeons
8.5
Episode 14 : The Stanchurian Candidate
8.2
Episode 15 : The Last Mabelcorn
8.5
Episode 16 : Roadside Attraction
7.5
Episode 17 : Dipper and Mabel vs. the Future
9.3
Episode 18 : Weirdmageddon Part I
9.8
Episode 19 : Weirdmageddon 2: Escape from Reality
9.2
Episode 20 : Weirdmageddon 3: Take Back the Falls
10.0

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