The only way we’re gonna get those two to successfully meet is if they’re alone together. So you’ve got to get your father and mother to interact at some sort of social- Never mind that now, never mind that now. I’ve gotta go. Marty, you’re beginning to sound just like my mother. I know what you’re gonna say, son, and you’re right, you’re right, But Biff just happens to be my supervisor, and I’m afraid I’m not very good at confrontations.

Mother, with Marty’s parents out of town, don’t you think he oughta spend the night, after all, Dad almost killed him with the car. Marty, you made it. Oh, thank you, thank you. Okay now, we run some industrial strength electrical cable from the top of the clocktower down to spreading it over the street between two lamp posts. Meanwhile, we out-fitted the vehicle with this big pole and hook which runs directly into the flux-capacitor. At the calculated moment, you start off from down the street driving toward the cable execrating to eighty-eight miles per hour. According to the flyer, at !0:04 pm lightning will strike the clocktower sending one point twenty-one gigawatts into the flux-capacitor, sending you back to 1985. Alright now, watch this. You wind up the car and release it, I’ll simulate the lightening. Ready, set, release. Huhh. Alright, we’re the pinheads. Hello.

Without any sugar. No, bastards. Whoa, this is heavy. Good evening, I’m Doctor Emmett Brown. I’m standing on the parking lot of Twin Pines Mall. It’s Saturday morning, October 26, 1985, 1:18 a.m. and this is temporal experiment number one. C’mon, Einy, hey hey boy, get in there, that a boy, in you go, get down, that’s it. Cause, George, she wants to go to the dance with you, she just doesn’t know it yet. That’s why we got to show her that you, George McFly, are a fighter. You’re somebody who’s gonna stand up for yourself, someone who’s gonna protect her.

Hey, hey, keep rolling, keep rolling there. No, no, no, no, this sucker’s electrical. But I need a nuclear reaction to generate the one point twenty-one gigawatts of electricity that I need. Yeah. Actually, people call me Marty. Why am I always the last one to know about these things. But, what are you blind McFly, it’s there. How else do you explain that wreck out there?

Ronald Reagon. Doc, Doc, it’s me, Marty. I think we need a rematch. Weight has nothing to do with it. Keys?

Alright, okay. Alright, there she is, George. Just go in there and invite her. Marty, that’s completely out of the question, you must not leave this house. you must not see anybody or talk to anybody. Anything you do could have serious reprocautions on future events. Do you understand? Thanks a lot, kid. Sit here, Marty. he’s an idiot, comes from upbringing, parents were probably idiots too. Lorraine, if you ever have a kid like that, I’ll disown you.

It’s taken me almost thirty years and my entire family fortune to realize the vision of that day, my god has it been that long. Things have certainly changed around here. I remember when this was all farmland as far as the eye could see. Old man Peabody, owned all of this. He had this crazy idea about breeding pine trees. C’mon, c’mon. Really. Well, safe and sound, now, n good old 1955. That’s a great idea. I’d love to park.

What was it, George, bird watching? How could I have been so careless. One point twenty-one gigawatts. Tom, how am I gonna generate that kind of power, it can’t be done, it can’t. Oh. It’s information about the future isn’t it. I warned you about this kid. The consequences could be disastrous. Oh, just a little weather experiment.

Who is that guy. Where? Doc. Pa, what is it? What is it, Pa? Let’s get him.