List of Li’l Gideon Gleeful facts:-
Li’l Gideon Gleeful is a character from the animated television series “Gravity Falls”.
He is voiced by actor and comedian, Thurop Van Orman.
Gideon is the main antagonist of the first season of the show.
He is a young, blonde-haired boy with a southern accent and a prominent cowlick.
Gideon’s full name is Gideon Charles Gleeful.
He is the owner of the Tent of Telepathy, a tourist attraction in Gravity Falls, Oregon.
Gideon claims to be a psychic, although his abilities are mostly fraudulent.
He wears a white suit with a black bowtie and red shoes.
Gideon is often seen carrying a cane with a golden top.
He has a crush on Mabel Pines, one of the show’s main characters.
Gideon’s parents are Bud and Mrs. Gleeful, who are also his biggest enablers.
He has a rivalry with Dipper Pines, Mabel’s twin brother.
Gideon has a secret room hidden behind a painting in the Tent of Telepathy.
He keeps a journal in his secret room that contains information about Gravity Falls’ mysteries.
Gideon is willing to do whatever it takes to get his hands on the journals, including making deals with demons.
He has a group of henchmen who do his bidding, called the “Gideonbots”.
Gideon is a master of manipulation and deception.
He has a high-pitched, maniacal laugh that he uses to intimidate others.
Gideon is shown to have a short temper and can be easily angered.
He is a skilled ventriloquist and uses his dummy, Lil’ Old Man McGucket, to fool people.
Gideon has a hidden laboratory under the Tent of Telepathy where he conducts experiments.
He has a giant robot, the Gideon-bot, that he uses to attack his enemies.
Gideon’s ultimate goal is to use the journals to unlock the secrets of Gravity Falls and gain ultimate power.
He is the main villain of the episode “Gideon Rises”, where he is finally defeated by the Pines family.
Gideon makes a cameo appearance in the “Gravity Falls” graphic novel “Lost Legends”.
He is also mentioned in the episode “Weirdmageddon Part 1”, where his capture is revealed.
Gideon’s catchphrase is “Hoo-hoo! Boy howdy, am I excited!”
He is a recurring character in the “Gravity Falls” mobile game “Gravity Falls: Mystery Shack Attack”.
Gideon is considered one of the most iconic villains in modern children’s television.
Thurop Van Orman, the voice actor for Gideon, also created and voiced the main character of the animated series “The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack”.
Gideon’s design was inspired by real-life televangelists and con men.
He has a tattoo of a six-fingered hand, a symbol of the mysterious author of the journals.
Gideon’s character was originally supposed to be a one-off villain, but was expanded due to his popularity.
He is the youngest villain in the show, at only 9 years old.
Gideon has a collection of unicorn hair that he believes gives him mystical powers.
He is a talented singer and performer, and often uses these skills to manipulate others.
Gideon is shown to have a sweet tooth, and is often seen eating candy or drinking soda.
He has a pet pig named Gompers, who he often mistreats.
Gideon’s voice actor, Thurop Van Orman, also worked on the animated series “Adventure Time”.
He has a cameo appearance in the “Phineas and Ferb” episode “Phineas and Ferb: Mission Marvel”.
Gideon has a secret crush on his own babysitter, Melody.
He is a fan of the fictional character, Duck-tective, and has a Duck-tective-themed room in his mansion.
Gideon’s favorite color is red, which is reflected in his clothing and decor.
He has a habit of referring to himself in the third person.
Gideon’s cane is revealed to be a weapon that can shoot energy blasts.
He has a rivalry with another Gravity Falls villain, Bill Cipher.
Gideon’s personality is modeled after classic Disney villains, such as Jafar and Scar.
He is shown to have a talent for robotics and engineering.
Gideon’s character was partially inspired by actor and magician Ricky Jay.
He is a character in the “Gravity Falls” board game, “Gravity Falls: Six Strange Tales”.
Gideon’s father, Bud, is voiced by Stephen Root, who also voiced Bill Dauterive in “King of the Hill”.
He has a theme song, “Taking Over Midnight”, which plays in the episode “The Hand That Rocks the Mabel”.
Gideon’s character was originally intended to be a parody of televangelist Joel Osteen.
He is the first villain to learn the true identity of the author of the journals.
Gideon’s mansion is modeled after the Winchester Mystery House in California.
He has a fear of heights, which is exploited by the Pines family in “Gideon Rises”.
Gideon is briefly seen in the opening credits of “Gravity Falls”, driving a small car.
He is referenced in the Disney Channel show “Bunk’d”, when a character says they visited the Tent of Telepathy.
Gideon is a playable character in the “Disney Infinity” video game series.
He is known for his iconic line, “Bow down to me, the great and powerful Triangulum!” in the episode “Dreamscaperers”.