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Do You Know Him? Give it Back! Bulletin No. Bulltein No. This is exactly what Doc Brown said under the same circumstances. Wilson plays both of the characters who say these lines. Frink dialogue references plot elements of the film. If Marge marries Artie, I'll never be born.
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Emmett Brown from Back to the Future Good Bye Lenin! And when are we", just like Marty and Doc Brown in the movie. So What's the Deal? Anne B. Wilson is tripped in Lou's Cafe in "Back to the Future" , both being films about time travel. Also, Leo talks to Chris about sending him "back to the future. Boa vs. In the scene where Smokey and Steamer the fat man and the red-bearded man are trying to catch the pin, a flux capacitor can be seen for a brief moment. Kleiner first sees you, he bursts out "Great Scott!
The O. Also, Sheppard mentions a "flux capacitor". What Is It? This was Glover's character in Back to the Future. Whose Line Is It Anyway? Brown", which is a reference to Dr. Brown from "Back to the future". They both also travel time. Fox, including "Back to the Fuchsia".
Life on Mars: Episode 1. Heist: Ladies and Gentlemen Reno ! Dangle says that he will be returning in a Delorean with Doc Brown. Fearing a temporal paradox, he quickly hangs up and says "Great Scott" Doc Brown's recurrent line with his accent. The Abridged Series: Jagshamesh! Emmett Brown is seen in Imaginationland. Jackson's disappearance mimics that of Marty's older siblings. Lost in Austen: Episode 1.
In the diner scene at the beginning, someone shouts 'Winchester! Dean also makes a reference to a DeLorean at a later point.
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Flying Delorean. The Fairly OddParents: 9 Lives! Ryan: That's from Back to the Future, it was on last night! Cyprien answer 2. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode 7. Back to the Future: Michael J. American Dad! Watch me for the changes. The Thick of It: Episode 3. Many viewers saw this as a nod to one of Robert Zemeckis ' previous works, Back to the Future. However, when asked about it in an interview, Zemeckis said that had not occurred to him but reasoned it was a subconscious image. Just give me a flux capacitor so I can get the hell out of here.
The People vs. Fox after several weeks of filming. Fox is mentioned in relation to time travel. Brown in the older movie. Board James: Mr. Where we're going we don't need roads. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode 8. Grant try to connect the electrical cables they find that they are too short and must stretch them just as Dr. Emmett Brown had to in the movie. Brown';s time-traveling Deloran's license plate reads: "Outtatime". Emmett Brown Christopher Lloyd says, "Where we're going, we don't need roads.
WWE SmackDown vs. Where we're going we don't need roads". Frankie Boyle's Tramadol Nights: Episode 1. Michio Kaku mentions the DeLorean in this movie. Twin Pines took all my customers. His son, who died in , comes to visit him from the past. Not only is there time travel theme in this episode, but the year is the present time in Back To The Future films. Hoodwinked Too!
Hood vs. Breaking In: Curb Your Enthusiasm: Larry vs. Michael J. To which Michael replies that he feels like the conversation is going into time travel. Referencing Back to the Future, which came out in Marty McFly. Fox wore in Back to the Future. Discussing 80s movies, Rich Hall says "Why show a normal car when you can show a car that goes back into the future? Pastor Mike Online: Episode 1. Players can earn an achievement called "1. There's also a DeLorean with "88" written on it.
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In Thomas' room there's the poster hung on the wall and his car wears the "outatime" plate. Also Alan uses the words "Grande Giove! Strangelove and Back to the Future, a time travel franchise which used the same Strangelove tribute. Cagan choose it as their contender for the best 80s movie. Fox's popularity. Beauty and the Geek Australia: Episode 4. It's Christmas, Carol! Impractical Jokers: Episode 1. He says "Where we're going, we don't need roads".
A reference to a Doc Brown line from Back to the Future. Young: Mr. In the movie, it's built into the car. In this episode, it's stored in the glove compartment. Lloyd's character frequently uses the phrase "Great Scott! In this scene, there is also a musical reference to the film. Where we're going, we don't need a road.
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