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The clip Following Biff Part 2 from Back to the Future Part II (1989) with Christopher Lloyd, Michael J. Fox Other self? Yes. There are now two of me here and there are two of you here. The other me is the Dr. Emmett Brown from 1955. The other me that helps the other you get back to 1985. Remember the lightning bolt at the clock tower? That doesn't happen until tonight. Be careful not to run into your other self. Let me give you some money. Have to be prepared for all monetary possibilities. Get yourself some '50s clothes. Check, Doc. Something inconspicuous. Doc. Come in. This is Marty. Over. Roger, this is Doc. Are you there? Yeah, Doc. I'm at the address. It's the only Tannen in the book, but I don't think this is Biff's house. It looks like an old lady lives here. Biff! Yeah. Where are you going, Biff? I'm going to get my car, Grandma. When are you coming back? I want you to rub my toes. Shut up, you old bag. Give us our ball back. What ball? That ball! What are you talking about? Give us our ball! Ball? Is this your ball? Yeah! You want it back? Yeah. Go get it. Doc, it is Biff's house. I'm on him. Over.
28 Nov 2011
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The clip Following Biff from Back to the Future Part II (1989) with Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd That's right, Doc. November 12, 1955. Unbelievable that old Biff could've chosen that particular date. It could mean that that point in time contains some cosmic significance as if it were the temporal junction point of the entire space-time continuum or it could just be an amazing coincidence. Damn! Got to fix that thing. All right. Time circuits on. What do you mean, time circuits on? Doc, we're not going back now. What about Jennifer? What about Einstein? We can't leave them. Don't worry. Assuming we succeed on our mission this alternate 1985 will be changed into the real 1985 instantaneously transforming around Jennifer and Einie. Jennifer and Einie will be fine. They'll have no memory of this horrible place. Doc. What if we don't succeed? We must succeed. This is heavy, Doc. It's like I was here yesterday. You were here yesterday, Marty. Amazing, isn't it? Sunrise should be in about 22 minutes. You go into town. Track down young Biff and tail him. Sometime today, old Biff will show up to give young Biff the Almanac. Above all you must not interfere. Let old Biff believe he's succeeded so he'll leave 1955 and bring the DeLorean to the future. Right. Once old Biff is gone, grab the Almanac anyway that you can. Remember, our futures depend on this. You don't have to remind me of that. Here's some binoculars and a walkie-talkie to keep in contact. I'll stay and repair the short in the time circuit. That way, we don't risk anyone else stealing the time machine and I won't risk accidentally running into my other self.
28 Nov 2011
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The clip following biff from Back to the Future Part II (1989) with Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd That's right, Doc. November 12, 1955. Unbelievable that old Biff could've chosen that particular date. It could mean that that point in time contains some cosmic significance as if it were the temporal junction point of the entire space-time continuum or it could just be an amazing coincidence. Damn! Got to fix that thing. All right. Time circuits on. What do you mean, time circuits on? Doc, we're not going back now. What about Jennifer? What about Einstein? We can't leave them. Don't worry. Assuming we succeed on our mission this alternate 1985 will be changed into the real 1985 instantaneously transforming around Jennifer and Einie. Jennifer and Einie will be fine.
23 Nov 2011
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