The flux capacitor. Hi, it’s really a pleasure to meet you. Why thank you, Marty. George. Good morning, sleepyhead, Good morning, Dave, Lynda I can’t believe you loaned me a car, without telling me it had a blindspot. I could’ve been killed. Yeah, I think maybe you do.

Jesus, George, it’s a wonder I was ever born. The future, it’s where you’re going? Yeah, but you’re uh, you’re so, you’re so thin. Yeah, who are you? Doc, is that a de-

Yeah, gimme a Tab. You’re gonna break his arm. Biff, leave him alone. Let him go. Let him go. Not a word, not a word, not a word now. Quiet, uh, donations, you want me to make a donation to the coast guard youth auxiliary? Don’t say a word. What the hell is a gigawatt?

Good. Have a good trip Einstein, watch your head. Oh honey, he’s teasing you, nobody has two television sets. We do now. I know, and all I could say is I’m sorry. Hot, Jesus Christ, Doc. Jesus Christ, Doc, you disintegrated Einstein.

Alright, I’m ready. Uh? Wow, you must be rich. They’re late. My experiment worked. They’re all exactly twenty-five minutes slow. Hey, Doc, we better back up, we don’t have enough roads to get up to 88.

Don’t tell me. Uh, you want me to buy a subscription to the Saturday Evening Post? Biff. I’m sure that in 1985, plutonium is available at every corner drug store, but in 1955, it’s a little hard to come by. Marty, I’m sorry, but I’m afraid you’re stuck here. Time machine, I haven’t invented any time machine. Weight has nothing to do with it.