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Following their return to present time, Blendin is arrested by the Time Paradox Avoidance Enforcement Squadron for violating the "Time Traveler's Code of Conduct." He swears vengeance on Dipper and Mabel for stealing his time machine, promising to go back in time and prevent their parents from ever meeting.However, his plot must have failed, as the twins were still there.Once Mabel hands it to him, he takes off his goggles, revealing that he is the pawn that Bill had been planning to possess.Blendin drops the rift, breaking it open, and Bill exits his body.He appears again in "Headhunters," standing behind the crowd when Stan Pines unveils his wax figure.While Old Man Mc Gucket questions Stan, Blendin picks up Dipper's black shoe and quickly runs away.

After Bill seemingly killed the Time Baby and Time Police in "Weirdmageddon Part 1," Blendin traveled back to the year 207̃012, and learned that the Time Police only sent holo-projections to the Fearamid, meaning they never died in the first place.

During the cold open flashback at the beginning of "A Tale of Two Stans," the words "BLENDIN WAS HERE" are carved in wood at the Glass Shard Beach (landform).

In "The Last Mabelcorn," a picture of him from "Blendin's Game" is shown as Bill Cipher mentions picking his next pawn. the Future," he confronts Mabel, telling her that he can make her summer last forever, as long as she gives him the interdimensional rift.

Blendin was able to blend in with the populace and procured a job as a pocket watch repairman, as well as contracting a gold-rush era disease, which he loves for the nostalgia.

At some point during his time in the 19th century, Blendin wrote and hid the note Ford found in the Gravity Falls Library. He tries to hide his identity as a time traveler, however, he gives away his position when Dipper and Mabel approach him.

is a time traveler from the year 207̃012, who was sent to present-day Gravity Falls, Oregon to remove a series of time anomalies left behind by Dipper and Mabel Pines.

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