>>103899561>Time Traveller's pig
She doesn't want to help because otherwise she can't get the pig she wants. She doesn't find an alternative way to get the pig, not even abusing time-travel to get it, just refuses to help Dipper. Canonically mopes for at least a month without Waddles, whom she just met.>Summerween
Dipper wants to go to an older kids party, Mabel wants to go Trick-or-treating. The "compromise" is that they go trick-or-treating.>The deep end
Dipper tries to keep his job with his crush, Mabel ruins it for her own crush.
Up to now it's been pretty back-and-forth, Dipper was a dick in Little Dipper and lied to Mabel about not trick-or-treating. But Season 2 doesn't reverse course:>into the bunker
Dipper was going to give up Wendy, Mabel forces Dipper to confess instead, at his peril, Dipper gives up Wendy anyways.>Sock Opera
Mabel promises to help Dipper, runs off with a boy until Dipper gets desperate enough to make a deal with Bill.>The Love God
Mabel fucks with everyone's relationships. At least she learns to stop doing it>Roadside Attraction
Just kidding, she doesn't learn jack shit and starts to fuck with other people's relationships again, this time at Dipper's expense. Also, Mabel, the scrapbooker with a page for old romances, takes Dipper's box of Wendy pictures, dumps them on the ground and then shits on him for having them.>Last Mabelcorn
Nothing particularly against Dipper, but the writers really laid it on thick about how we should love Mabel and how good she is.>DaMvstF and the Finale
Mabel doesn't want to grow up or split up with Dipper, Dipper wants to stay in Gravity Falls to study cryptids and aliens under his great uncle. They compromise by doing what Mabel wants. And by the way, creating a replacement Dipper is way more fucked up than staying with family to study.
Some of these would be excusable as character flaws alone, but ultimately it's a pattern and is incredibly one-sided.