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Biff Tannen : Oh, Marty. Marty, here's your keys. You're all waxed up, ready for tonight. Marty McFly : Keys? Strickland : Am I to understand you're still hanging around with Dr.
Emmett Brown, McFly? Strickland : Tardy slip for you, Miss Parker. Strickland : And one for you, McFly; I believe that makes four in a row. Now let me give you a nickel's worth of free advice, young man.
This so-called Dr. Brown is dangerous. He's a real nutcase. You hang around with him, you're gonna end up in big trouble. You remind me of your father when he went here; he was a slacker, too.
Marty McFly : "Too loud. I'm never gonna get a chance to play in front of anybody. Jennifer Parker : Marty, one rejection isn't the end of the world.
Marty McFly : Nah, I just don't think I'm cut out for music. Jennifer Parker : But you're good, Marty.
You're really good, and this audition tape of yours is great. You've gotta send it in to the record company.
It's like Doc's always saying. Marty McFly : Yeah, I know. I know. Marty McFly : All right, okay, Jennifer. What if I send in the tape in and they don't like it?
What if they say I'm no good? What if they say, "Get out of here kid. You've got no future"? Jesus, I'm starting to sound like my old man.
Jennifer Parker : Come on. He's not that bad. At least he's letting you borrow the car tomorrow night. That is hot.
Someday, Jennifer. Wouldn't it be great to take that truck up to the lake? Throw a couple of sleeping bags in the back. Lie out underneath the stars.
Jennifer Parker : Does your mom know? About tomorrow night? Marty McFly : No, get out of town. My mom thinks I'm going camping with the guys.
Look, Jennifer, my mother would freak out if she knew I was going out with you, and I'd get the standard lecture about how she never did that kind of stuff when she was a kid.
I mean, look, I think the woman was born a nun. Jennifer Parker : She's just trying to keep you respectable. Marty McFly : Where are my pants?
Lorraine Baines : Over there, on my hope chest. Marty McFly : Okay. Time circuit's on. Flux capacitor, fluxing. Engine running. All right.
Marty McFly : My name is Lord Vader. I am an Extraterrestrial from the planet Vulcan. Emmett Brown : You're late! Do you have no concept of time?
Marty McFly : Hey, come on. I had to change. Do you think I'm going back in that-that zoot suit? The old man really came through.
It worked! What did I tell you? The temporal displacement occurred exactly a. Marty McFly : Ah, Jesus Christ! Jesus Christ, Doc, you disintegrated Einstein!
Emmett Brown : Calm down, Marty. I didn't disintegrate anything. The molecular structure of both Einstein and the car are completely intact. Marty McFly : Then where the hell are they?
I sent him into the future. One minute into the future to be exact. And at precisely a. Marty McFly : Hey, Dad! Hey, you on the bike! Rock 'n' Roll.
Marty McFly : Look, Marvin, you gotta play. See, that's where they kiss for the first time on the dance floor.
And if there's no music, they can't dance. If they can't dance, they can't kiss. If they can't kiss they can't fall in love, and I'm history.
Marty McFly : We're the, uh We're the Pinheads. Marty McFly : [Marty has just woken up to a new and improved , and sees his brother and sister well-dressed and sitting at the dinner table, eating breakfast].
Marty McFly : Hey. What the hell is this? Linda McFly : Breakfast. You bastard! They circle around to the other side and Marty braces himself, but the gunman's gun jams allowing Marty to jump into the Delorean].
Terrorist : Go! Terrorist : Damn Soviet gun! Emmett Brown, am about to embark on an historic journey.
Emmett Brown : What am I thinking of? I almost forgot to bring extra plutonium. How do I ever expect to get back? One pellet, one trip. I must be out of my mind.
Marty McFly : Who, who? The Libyans! Marty McFly : Holy shit! Look at her sweatshit, doc. Class of Emmett Brown : Pretty mediocre photographic fakery, they cut off your brother's hair.
Emmett Brown : He's fine! And he's completely unaware that anything happened. As far as he's concerned, the trip was instantaneous. That's why his watch is exactly one minute behind mine.
He skipped over that minute to instantly arrive at this moment in time. Come here. I'll show you how it works.
Marty McFly : All right. This readout tells you where you're going, this one tells you where you are, this one tells you where you were.
You input your destination time on this keypad. Say you wanna see the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Emmett Brown : Or witness the birth of Christ.
Emmett Brown : Here's a red-letter date in the history of science. November 5, Emmett Brown : Yes, of course, November 5, I don't get it.
What happened? I remember it vividly. I was standing on the edge of my toilet, hanging a clock. The porcelain was wet, I slipped, hit my head on the edge of the sink.
And when I came to, I had a revelation. A vision. A picture in my head. A picture of this. This is what makes time travel possible. The flux capacitor.
Marty McFly : Flux capacitor? Emmett Brown : It's taken me almost 30 years and my entire family fortune to realize the vision of that day.
My god, has it been that long? Biff Tannen : Hey, McFly! What do you think you're doing? Biff Tannen : Hey, I'm talking to you, McFly, you Irish bug!
Hey, guys. How are you doin'? Biff Tannen : Yeah, you got my homework finished, McFly? George McFly : Uh Anybody home? Hey, think, McFly.
I gotta have time to re-copy it. You realize what would happen if I hand in my homework with your handwriting? I'll get kicked out of school.
You wouldn't want that to happen, would ya? Biff Tannen : Would ya? George McFly : Well, no, of course not. Marty McFly : All right, okay, McFly.
Get a grip on yourself. It's all a dream. Just a very intense dream. Marty McFly : You're George McFly. George McFly : Yeah. Who are you?
Lorraine Baines : That's a big bruise you have there. Lorraine Baines : Oh, my god. It's my mother! Put your pants back on! Lou : Hey, kid. What'd you do, jump ship?
Lou : Well, what's with the life preserver? Emmett Brown : Marty, is that you? Hey, Doc, where are you? Emmett Brown : Thank God I found you.
Listen, can you meet me at Twin Pines Mall tonight at ? I made a major breakthrough, and I'll need your assistance. Marty McFly : Wait Emmett Brown : Yeah.
Marty McFly : Doc, what's going on? Where you been all week? Emmett Brown : Workin'. Stella Baines : So, tell me, Marty, how long have you been in port?
Marty McFly : Excuse me? Stella Baines : Ah, I guessed you're a sailor. I think that's why you wear that life preserver. Marty McFly : Uh, Coast Guard.
Emmett Brown : Marty, you didn't fall asleep, did you? Uh, no. No, don't Emmett Brown : Listen, this is very important. I forgot my video camera.
Can you stop by my place and pick it up on your way to the mall? Marty McFly : Uh, yeah. Emmett Brown : Don't you lose those tapes now.
I need that as a record. Emmett Brown : Let's put this back here. There we go. I almost forgot my luggage. I mean, who knows if they've got cotton underwear in the future.
I'm allergic to all synthetics. Marty McFly : The future? That's where' you're goin'. Emmett Brown : That's right. I've always dreamed of seeing the future, looking beyond my years, seeing the progress of mankind.
Marty McFly : Why not? Emmett Brown : I'll also be able to see who wins the next 25 World Series. Jennifer Parker : Marty, don't go this way.
Strickland's looking for you. If you get caught, it'll be four tardies in a row. Clocktower Lady : Mayor Wilson is sponsoring an initiative to replace that clock.
We at the Hill Valley Preservation Society think it should be preserved exactly the way it is, as part of our history and heritage. There's a quarter.
Marty McFly : So, anyway, George, about Lorraine She told me to tell you that she wants you to ask her to the Enchantment Under the Sea dance.
George McFly : Really? Marty McFly : Oh, yeah. In Back to the Future: The Game , he uses one of the three aliases; " Sonny Crockett ", " Harry Callahan ", and " Michael Corleone ".
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Fortunately, Strickland's presence prevented a fight from breaking out, with Biff saying that he was cutting Marty a break since he was new and telling him to get out of there.
Marty then realized that George had left during the commotion. George telling Marty that neither he, nor anyone else on the planet, could change his mind about not going to the dance.
Marty pursued George as he was on his way home, which prompted an annoyed George to ask him why he was following him around.
Marty stated that if George did not ask Lorraine out to the dance, he would regret it for the rest of his life. But George insisted that he couldn't go to the dance, stating that he would miss his favorite television program, Science Fiction Theatre.
Marty insisted that Lorraine wanted to go with him and asked George to give her a break. George, however, insisted that he was not ready to ask Lorraine out to the dance and that not Marty or anybody else on the planet could make him change his mind.
Looking at his family picture, Marty saw that Dave had almost completely faded away. Fortunately, the mention of Science Fiction Theatre did give Marty an idea.
Marty devised a plan to scare George into taking Lorraine to the dance, donning his radiation suit, a hair dryer , and his Walkman with a tape of Eddie Van Halen.
Marty visited George in the middle of the night, waking him up by putting headphones on him and playing the tape. Marty claimed that he was " Darth Vader ", an extraterrestrial from the " planet Vulcan ".
Marty threatened to melt George's brain if he did not ask out Lorraine, which finally caused George to agree to ask her out.
Marty then used chloroform to put George to sleep, unfortunately, this caused George to oversleep for most of the next day. After George told him of his encounter and that he had overslept, Marty told George to keep the "Darth Vader" story to himself and told him that Lorraine was in Lou's Cafe.
Approaching the cafe, Marty pointed out Lorraine and told George to just go in there and invite her. George was willing, but didn't know what to say.
Marty told him to just say anything, whatever's natural, the first thing that came to his mind. But George replied that nothing was coming to his mind, prompting Marty to reply that it was a wonder he was ever born, to George's confusion.
Marty then told George to tell Lorraine that destiny had brought them together and that she was the most beautiful girl he had ever seen.
Marty then noticed that George was writing down what he was saying, referring to it as "good stuff". Marty then sent George inside of the cafe and watched him as he was asking out Lorraine.
Unfortunately, they were interrupted by Biff, who remarked that he had earlier told George never to come in there and demanded that George pay him for doing so.
As Biff was walking towards George, Marty tripped him. After Biff stood back up and started threatening him, Marty distracted him by pointing to something supposedly behind him.
As soon as Biff looked, Marty punched him in the face and knocked down his gang as he ran outside. Once outside, Marty ran to a couple of children on orange crate scooters , borrowing one and pulling off the crate to create a makeshift skateboard.
Marty was nearly caught by Biff and his gang, but managed to grab onto the back of a passing truck. However, Biff and his gang managed to catch up in Biff's car and tried to ram Marty into the truck, forcing him to move to the side.
Unfortunately, Marty saw that a man was getting out of his car in Marty's path. This forced Marty to take a right turn to the steps of the Courthouse and caused him to crash into a man and a woman who had exited the building.
Although Marty quickly managed to get back on the skateboard, Biff and his gang caught up to him, which resulted in Marty holding onto the front bumper of Biff's car.
Marty held onto the car as Biff drove it back onto the street and towards a manure truck, intending to ram Marty into it.
Fortunately, Marty managed to escape by running up on the car's hood, over the seats and jumping down onto the skateboard as it passed underneath the car.
The resulting confusion resulted in Biff and his gang crashing into the manure truck. Afterwards, Marty gave the skateboard back to the children, thanking them for letting him borrow it.
Marty returned to Doc's lab and found him rewatching the tape of the events at Twin Pines Mall. Doc quickly turned it off upon realizing that Marty was there, remarking that the camera was a fascinating device.
Marty then tried to tell Doc about what happened that night after they made that tape, but Doc insisted that Marty not tell him, stating that no man should know too much about their own destiny.
Marty said that Doc didn't understand, but Doc insisted that he did. Doc stated that if he knew too much about his own future, he could endanger his own existence the same way that Marty had endangered his, to which Marty agreed.
Marty then watched as Doc showed him his plan for sending him home using a demonstration model of Courthouse Square. Doc apologized for the crudity of the model, noting that he didn't have time to build it to scale or paint it, although Marty assured him that the model was good.
Doc explained that they would run some industrial strength electrical cable from the top of the clocktower down to suspending it over the street between two lamp posts.
Meanwhile, Doc had outfitted the vehicle with a big pole and hook which ran directly into the flux capacitor. At the calculated moment, Marty would start off from down the street driving toward the cable accelerating to 88 miles per hour.
According to the flyer, at precisely PM that Saturday night, lightning would strike the clocktower, electrifying the cable just as the connecting hook made contact, thereby sending the necessary 1.
Marty was then given a toy car by Doc to help with the demonstration by winding and releasing it from down the street while Doc simulated the lightning by hooking up to a power source and pointing an alligator clip to the pole at top of the clocktower.
The result was an explosion at the model table, which set the toy car on fire. The toy car then drove off the table and towards a large cloth, setting it on fire.
Marty watched as Doc gasped in panic and ran to put out the fire with an extinguisher , sarcastically remarking that Doc instilled him with a lot of confidence.
Doc, however, told him not to worry, saying that he would take care of the lightning and Marty should take care of his father.
Doc then asked Marty how things went that day and whether George had asked Lorraine out. Marty said that he thought so and Doc asked him what she had said.
However, at that moment, they heard someone knocking at the door. After Doc checked the door and stated that it was Lorraine, Marty helped him cover up the DeLorean with a tarpaulin.
After Doc let Lorraine in, Marty asked her how she knew he was there. Lorraine revealed that she had followed him and Marty quickly introduced Doc to her as his uncle.
Lorraine then asked Marty if he would ask her to the dance. Confused, Marty asked if nobody had asked her, which she confirmed.
Marty then asked her about George, and Lorraine admitted that, although she thought he was kinda cute, she believed a man should be strong in order to stand up for himself and protect the woman he loved.
She asked him if he agreed, and Marty awkwardly answered yes. Later on, Marty visited George at his house and made a plan to get him and Lorraine together.
George complained that he still didn't understand how he was supposed to go to the dance with her if she was already going to the dance with Marty.
Marty replied that Lorraine did want to go to the dance with George, but just didn't know it yet. He explained that they had to show her that George was a fighter, somebody who was going to stand up for himself and protect her.
George, however, pointed out that he had never picked a fight in his entire life. Marty corrected him by explaining that he was not gonna be picking a fight, but instead would be coming to Lorraine's rescue.
They then went over the plan again. At PM, George would be at the dance and Marty would be in the car with Lorraine. Around PM, she was gonna get very angry with Marty.
George questioned why she would be angry with him and Marty explained that nice girls get angry when guys take advantage of them. Surprised, George asked if Marty was planning to get physical with Lorraine, but Marty assured him that it would all be just an act and then continued explaining the plan.
At PM, George would be strolling through the parking lot, see them struggling in the car, walk up to it, open the door and say his line. Marty then reminded George of his line, which he then said.
George questioned him on whether he ought to swear and Marty stated that he definitely should before continuing. George would come up, punch Marty in the stomach, laying him out for the count, and he and Lorraine would live happily ever after.
George remarked that Marty made it sound so easy, but said that he wished that he wasn't so scared. Marty encouraged him by saying that there was nothing to be afraid of and that all it took was a little self-confidence.
Marty then repeated Doc's phrase, telling George that if he put his mind to it, he could accomplish anything. On the night of November 12 , , Marty and Doc were at Courthouse Square, making final preparations for Marty's date with Lorraine and his return trip to respectively.
Marty was changing clothes and borrowing Doc's car while Doc was setting up the cable and DeLorean. Doc questioned Marty on whether he was sure about the storm after hearing the radio predict a mostly clear night with some scattered clouds, which prompted Marty to ask since when the weatherman could predict the weather, let alone the future.
Marty was then told by Doc how he would be very sad to see him go, as Marty had really made a difference in his life and given him something to shoot for.
Doc expressed happiness at knowing that he would be around to see , succeed at building a time machine and have a chance to travel through time.
He continued by saying that it was going to be really hard to wait 30 years to talk to Marty about everything that had happened within the past few days.
He then told Marty that he was really going to miss him, Marty replied that he was really going to miss Doc as well before once more trying to tell him about the future.
Unfortunately, Doc still refused to hear about it, stating that they had already agreed that having information about the future could be extremely dangerous.
He stated that even if Marty's intentions were good, they could backfire drastically. Doc then told him that whatever Marty had to tell him, he would find out through the natural course of time.
Later, in Lou's Cafe, Marty wrote a letter to Doc on a stationary, warning him that, on the night Marty went back in time, he would be shot by terrorists.
He instructed him to take whatever precautions necessary to prevent this terrible disaster. He then sealed the letter in an envelope marked Do not open until Marty then placed the letter in Doc's coat pocket and left to go pick up Lorraine.
Marty drove Lorraine to the school parking lot and nervously asked her whether she would mind if they parked for a while.
To Marty's surprise, Lorraine said that it was a great idea and stated that she loved to park. Noticing Marty's confusion, Lorraine remarked that she was almost 18 and revealed to him that she had, in fact, parked before.
Lorrained then noted that Marty seemed nervous and asked if something was wrong, which he denied.
Marty then saw Lorraine drink a bottle of alcohol and quickly took it from her, asking her what she was doing.
Lorraine said that she had swiped it from her mother's liquor cabinet, prompting Marty to state that she shouldn't drink.
Lorraine asked him why not and Marty answered that she might regret it later in life. Lorraine told Marty to not be such a square and that everybody who was anybody drank, which prompted Marty to take a gulp from the bottle.
However, he then noticed her lighting a cigarette, which caused him to spit the alcohol back out and exclaim his surprise at her smoking as well, prompting Lorraine to remark that Marty was beginning to sound just like her mother.
Lorraine then said that, when she had children, she would allow them to do anything they wanted, anything at all.
This prompted Marty to remark that he would like to have that in writing. Marty then saw that Lorraine had taken off her coat, showing a low-cut dress, and quickly looked away.
When Lorraine finally asked him why he was so nervous, Marty asked her if she had ever been in a situation where she had to act a certain way but when she got there, she didn't know if she could go through with it.
Lorraine thought he meant how he was supposed to act on a first date, which Marty nervously said was sort of the case.
She stated that she knew exactly what he meant and asked him if he knew what she did in those situations.
Marty asked her what it was that she did, she replied that she didn't worry and kissed him, much to his panic.
Fortunately, Lorraine quickly broke the kiss and backed away, saying that it was all wrong. She said that she didn't know what it was, but when kissing Marty, she felt like she was kissing her brother.
She remarked that it didn't make any sense, but Marty assured her that it made perfect sense. At that moment, Lorraine told him that someone was coming.
The car door was opened and Marty was roughly pulled out of the car by a drunk and angry Biff, who accused him of causing dollars damage to his car and that he was gonna take it out on him.
Marty was then restrained by Biff's gang while Biff started forcing himself on Lorraine in the car, ordering the gang to take Marty out back and that he would be there soon.
Marty was then punched in the stomach by Match and subsequently carried away and locked up in the trunk of a Cadillac.
Fortunately, the car belonged to Reginald , the drummer of the Starlighters , who had been having a smoke break along with the rest of the band inside the car.
After the musicians chased Biff's gang off, Marty informed them that the keys were inside of the trunk, which forced their lead vocalist, Marvin Berry , to pry open the trunk with a screwdriver instead.
Although they eventually managed to open the trunk, Marvin badly cut his left hand in the process. Marty backstage with Marvin and the Starlighters, insisting that they had to play.
Finally free, Marty tossed the keys to Reginald and ran back to the car, arriving just in time to witness George knocking Biff out with one punch, finally standing up to a bully for the first time in his life.
He then saw George help Lorraine off the ground and escort her inside of the school. Checking his family photograph, Marty discovered that his existence was still in danger, as Linda was disappearing as well, and quickly ran back to the band.
Upon finding them, Marty told them that they had to go back inside and finish the dance, but they told him that Marvin couldn't play the guitar due to his injured hand and they couldn't play without him.
However, Marty insisted that they had to play, otherwise he would be history. But Marvin stated that the dance was over, unless Marty knew someone else who could play the guitar.
Marty joined the dance band onstage to ensure his future existence, playing Earth Angel and providing a romantic atmosphere for his parents so they could kiss.
All was almost lost, however, when Mark Dixon jumped in between George and Lorraine, with Marty forgetting how to play the guitar and starting to fade away much like his brother and sister in the photo.
George, however, returned and pushed Dixon away, finally kissing Lorraine and restoring Marty and his siblings back into existence. When George waved at him, Marty waved back, happy to see that his hand, which had been fading away moments earlier, had been fully restored.
His existence assured, Marty finished the song. Although Marvin asked him to do another one, Marty said that he had to go. However, he was quickly persuaded to do another one and announced to the audience that the song was an oldie, at least where he came from.
Marty then explained to the band that the song was a Blues Riff in B and that they had to watch him for the changes and try to keep up.
Marty then started playing Johnny B. While Marty was playing the song, Marvin phoned his cousin, Chuck Berry , who at the time was looking for a "new sound", Marvin held the phone out for Chuck to hear the performance.
At that moment, Marty started doing Chuck's famous "duckwalk" and started imitating other famous guitarists from his time, tapping his guitar like Eddie Van Halen, kicking the amplifier like Pete Townshend and contorting himself on the ground like Angus Young, before finally finishing on one last high note.
Realizing the audience had stopped dancing and were now staring at him, Marty said that he guessed that they weren't ready for that kind of music yet, but remarked that their kids were gonna love it.
While trying to leave backstage, Marty encountered Lorraine and George, with Lorraine remarking that that was very interesting music. She said that she hoped Marty didn't mind, but George had asked if he could take her home, which Marty said was great, remarking that he had a feeling about the two of them.
After Lorraine happily told him that she had a feeling too, Marty said that he had to go, but wanted to tell them that the experience had been educational.
Lorraine asked him if they would ever see him again, and Marty guaranteed that they would. Marty was then thanked by George for all his good advice, telling him that he would never forget it.
Marty wished them good luck and almost left, but then turned back around and asked them that, if they ever had children, and one of them accidentally set fire to the living room rug when he was eight years old, they go easy on him.
After George promised him that they would, Marty finally left. As the storm began to move in, Marty rushed to get back downtown. Upon finally arriving, Marty was chastised by Doc for being late, who asked him if he had no concept of time.
Marty, however, justified being late by saying that he had to change clothes, refusing to go back in a "zoot suit".
He then informed Doc that George really came through and that the plan worked. Marty happily explained that George had laid Biff out in one punch and said that he never knew he had it in him, as he had never stood up to Biff in his life.
At that moment, a worried Doc examined Marty's family photograph, questioning whether George truly had never stood up to Biff.
Marty said no and asked Doc what was the matter, but Doc ignored the question and simply gave him back the photograph. Marty watched as Doc set the destination time to the same time that Marty left, making it like he never left at all.
Doc then explained that he painted a white line further down the street and, having calculated the distance, acceleration speed and wind resistance retroactive from the moment the lightning would strike at exactly 7 minutes and 22 seconds, put a clock in the DeLorean which, when the alarm would go off, would signal Marty to hit the gas.
After exchanging thanks and a hug, Doc said that he would see Marty in about 30 years, to which Marty replied that he hoped so. However, Marty was then told by Doc not to worry, as he assured him that as long as he hit the wire with the connecting hook at precisely 88 miles per hour at the same time that the lightning would strike the tower, everything would be fine.
Unfortunately, right after Marty got in the car, Doc discovered the letter in his coat pocket. Doc demanded to know what the meaning of it was and Marty replied by saying that he'd find out in about 30 years.
Marty was then berated by Doc for trying to give him information about the future, who then remarked that he had already warned Marty about this and that the consequences could be disastrous.
Marty insisted that it was a risk that Doc would have to take as his life depended on it, but Doc stated that he refused to accept the responsibility and tore up the letter.
Marty then said that he was gonna tell it to Doc straight out, however, a tree branch then fell on the cable, disconnecting it from the clock tower.
Marty was then instructed by Doc to get the cable while Doc himself would go up to the clock tower and throw a rope down to him.
After getting the cable, Marty waited until Doc finally got up to the clock tower and threw him the rope, which he then tied around the cable and told Doc to pull up.
Marty then made one final attempt to tell Doc about the future by yelling the information at him. Unfortunately, Doc could not hear him over sound of the storm.
At that moment, the bell tolled, momentarily causing Doc to lose his balance and hang off of one of the gargoyle statues. After seeing Doc regain his balance, Marty was told by him to go, but was hesitant to do so.
Finally, Marty left when Doc pointed out that he had less than 4 minutes, telling him to hurry. While Doc fixed the line, Marty jumped in the DeLorean and headed to the starting line.
After arriving at the starting line and setting up the connecting hook, Marty lamented not having enough time to save Doc. However, he then realized that the time machine afforded him all the time he wanted and he set the arrival time for ten minutes earlier to save Doc.
Unfortunately, at that moment, the car's engine died. Fortunately, shortly after the alarm went off, Marty managed to get the DeLorean back running and took off.
In a race to reach the poles, Doc connected the line at exactly PM and Marty attached to the line, sending him back to Arriving back in , Marty crashed into the front of the Town Theater.
Driving out of the theater and back onto the road, Marty was happy to see that he had successfully returned, cheerfully greeting Red the Bum. After confirming the time, he tried to drive to the mall to warn Doc, but the DeLorean died on him again.
After seeing the Libyans drive past him, Marty had no choice but to run to the mall. Upon arriving at Lone Pine Mall, Marty witnessed Doc being shot and his other self travel to , which resulted in the Libyans crashing into a Fox Photo booth.
Marty then ran to Doc's body and, believing him to be dead, started to cry. At that moment, Doc sat up, much to Marty's surprise.
Doc then pulled down the zipper of his radiation suit, revealing a bulletproof vest underneath. Confused, Marty asked him how he knew ahead of time, which prompted Doc to pull out Marty's letter from his inside pocket, having taped it back together sometime in the past 30 years.
Marty questioned Doc about all that talk about screwing up future events and the space-time continuum, to which he replied that he'd figured "what the hell".
Marty was driven home by Doc in the DeLorean and then asked him how far ahead he was going. Doc replied that he intended to travel about 30 years into the future, citing it as a nice round number.
Marty then asked Doc if he could look him up when he got there, remarking that he would be about 47 years old by that time, which Doc promised he would.
The two exchanged goodbyes and Marty informed Doc to watch the re-entry, saying that it was a little bumpy. Marty then watched as Doc drove the DeLorean onto the road and disappeared in a flash of light.
The next morning, Marty woke up in his bed and assumed that all of the preceding events had been a nightmare. However, while walking through the house, Marty noticed that the living room had now changed from a dingy antiquated setting to a clean and modern home and then overheard Dave and Linda arguing over how Dave could not keep up with all her boyfriends.
Confused, Marty asked them a few questions before Dave asked him if he was alright, to which Marty replied that he was.
Shortly after, George and Lorraine arrived home from playing tennis , both more fit and attractive, causing him to nearly faint at the sight of them and fall to the floor, making them momentarily concerned.
After getting back up, Marty remarked that they looked great and that Lorraine looked so thin, for which she thanked him.
Marty was then informed by Linda that Jennifer had called and Lorraine remarked that she liked her, stating that she was such a sweet girl.
Upon being asked by Lorraine whether he and Jennifer were still planning to go up to the lake that night, Marty, confused, remarked that they couldn't go to the lake because the car was wrecked, much to his family's confusion.
Marty followed George to the front door and saw Biff, now timid and running an auto detailing service, waxing the family car.
Marty then watched as George, now more confident, managed to catch Biff in a fib and get him to apply two coats of wax instead of one. Marty then listened as George remarked that he'd been dealing with Biff since high school, although ultimately both he and Lorraine credited him with making them fall in love.
At that moment, Biff ran into the house, carrying a package containing George's first novel, a science-fiction story called A Match Made in Space.
After hearing George repeat Doc's phrase at him, Marty was handed his keys by Biff, who told him that the car was all waxed up and ready for tonight.
Lebe und denke nicht Ich Muss Immer An Dich Denken morgen - Kal Ho Naa Ho. - EinwilligungQuietscheentchen Schornsteinfeger.