A/N: I haven't posted anything in a week?! What's wrong with me? So anyway, there's this. It's been sitting on my computer for a while, but I've never gotten around to posting it. I'm shit at making up names, and even shittier at making up titles, so I took the one from the episode of Gravity Falls. Yes, it's a two-parter.

The Telepathy Twins were putting on a show for tonight's audience. Mabel was entertaining one half, and Dipper was doing the other.

He spotted a cute blonde sitting in the front row. "Hmm," he put a hand on his hip and looked the girl up and down. "Something tells me your name's Pacifica."

She gasped. "How did you know?"

Her cousin Gideon just rolled his eyes. "C'mon, do you really believe that?" he asked in disbelief. "Everyone in town knows your name!"

If she heard him she didn't respond. She was too busy ogling over Dipper and his 'psychic' abilities. Mabel glanced over at them from the other side of the stage. She scowled when she saw Pacifica, but turned back to her little trick. She was busy reading some guy's future.

Dipper whispered to Pacifica, "You like pancakes, don't you? I know a great pancake place. Meet me at DeVaux's tomorrow at 10, 'kay?"

"For what, a date?" Pacifica asked. "My great-uncle doesn't really like me being around you. He barely let us come here."

"He doesn't have to know, does he? Besides," he gave a grin that was very reminiscent of a vampire about to strike. "It'll only be one."

Pacifica glanced at Gideon and Jesús who were in the middle of a debate about the existence of centaurs. She bit her lip and looked back at Dipper. "I… I'll think about it." she said. Dipper frowned, but only slightly. He turned his attention back to Mabel. She just shook her head.

"Gideon?" Pacifica entered their shared room. She spotted the chubby boy lying in bed, reading a book.

"What?" he asked in a bored tone, not looking up.

"Dipper may have sorta kinda asked me out on date last night. Maybe." Pacifica chewed on her lip. It was a habit she developed over the years.

"What?!" Gideon almost fell off his bed.

"I said-"

"I heard you." Gideon said, cutting her off. "Did you say yes?"

"I said I'd think about it." Pacifica sat down on her bed. "He's kinda hot, but I don't wanna date him, ya know? He's creepy."

"When is it?" he asked.

"In 2 minutes." Pacifica glanced at the floor.

Gideon opened his mouth to say something but was interrupted by a knock on the door.

The two zipped downstairs. It was a little game of theirs to see who could get to the door first. Gideon beat Pacifica and opened the door to see Dipper on horseback.

"A horse? You're picking her up with a horse?" Gideon asked, more confused than shocked. Pacifica poked her head out from behind the door. "I'll be ready in a second, I need to find my shoes." She disappeared, leaving Gideon and Dipper.

"I'm warning you, if you dare hurt Pacifica-" Now it was Gideon's turn to be cut off.

"Hurt her? Hah, you're adorable. Why would I want to hurt her." Dipper hopped off his horse and pinched one of Gideon's cheeks. "We're just going out for pancakes."

Gideon gave him an evil look, but before he could do anything else, Pacifica appeared, ready to go on their date.

Dipper leaned in close to Gideon. "Stay outta my way, boy." he whispered. Dipper turned around and helped Pacifica onto his horse. He got on too, but not without casting a cold look towards Gideon. Dipper gave a hiya and the horse galloped away.