History Characters / BackToTheFuture

24th Sep '16 5:55:12 PM nombretomado
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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: WordOfGod says the 1985-A version of Biff was inspired by DonaldTrump. The portrait in Biff's office was even based on one of Trump.

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* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: WordOfGod says the 1985-A version of Biff was inspired by DonaldTrump.Creator/DonaldTrump. The portrait in Biff's office was even based on one of Trump.
23rd Sep '16 8:20:28 AM gjjones
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* AdaptationalBadass: The videogame has him ''punch out'' Mad Dog Tannen in a OneHitKO.

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* AdaptationalBadass: The videogame video game has him ''punch out'' Mad Dog Tannen in a OneHitKO.



* EinsteinHair: How ''did'' he get his hair to stick out like that? The game expends on this. During the 1931 HV Science Expo. Young Emmett is driving his flying rocket powered car, which explodes violently. When Emmett exits the expo, his hairs became like his movie counterpart, as a result of the explosion (which he didn't have before). He comments that after that incident, he got banned from the expo for at least 50 years.
* FanOfThePast: Doc is a a fan of the Old West, and gets to live in it by the time ''Part III'' rolls around.

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* EinsteinHair: How ''did'' he get his hair to stick out like that? The game expends expands on this. During the 1931 HV Science Expo. Young Emmett is driving his flying rocket powered car, which explodes violently. When Emmett exits the expo, his hairs became like his movie counterpart, as a result of the explosion (which he didn't have before). He comments that after that incident, he got banned from the expo for at least 50 years.
* FanOfThePast: Doc is a a fan of the Old West, and gets to live in it by the time ''Part III'' rolls around.



** Subverted in 1885, where as the town blacksmith he seems to be well-liked by the town, where he's on a first name basis with the saloonkeeper and the mayor.

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** Subverted in 1885, where as whereas the town blacksmith he seems to be well-liked by the town, where he's on a first name first-name basis with the saloonkeeper and the mayor.



* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: Aside from inventing a time machine with an on-board nuclear reactor, he's also managed to build a working refrigerator (well, it can produce ice, anyway) using 1885 components[[note]]working refrigeration units actually existed at the time - the truly impressive thing here is that he did it with parts you could find in a podunk hamlet like Hill Valley[[/note]], and a second time machine that runs solely on steam power (again, using components available around 1885). Also, when he meets Clara and lets slip that he's a scientist, he mentions that he's a student of all sciences.

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* OmnidisciplinaryScientist: Aside from inventing a time machine with an on-board onboard nuclear reactor, he's also managed to build a working refrigerator (well, it can produce ice, anyway) using 1885 components[[note]]working refrigeration units actually existed at the time - the truly impressive thing here is that he did it with parts you could find in a podunk hamlet like Hill Valley[[/note]], and a second time machine that runs solely on steam power (again, using components available around 1885). Also, when he meets Clara and lets slip that he's a scientist, he mentions that he's a student of all sciences.



** The new "nicer" Biff that appears at the end of the first ''Back to the Future'' is pretty much an act given that he returns to being a massive {{Jerkass}} when he's an old man (in context, he seems ''really'' bitter about how Marty Sr. turned out). It's unknown if he's still this way in ''Part III'', after the timeline's fixed.

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** The new "nicer" Biff that appears at the end of the first ''Back to the Future'' is pretty much an act given that he returns to being a massive {{Jerkass}} when he's an old man (in context, he seems ''really'' bitter about how Marty Sr. turned out). It's unknown if he's still this way in ''Part III'', III'' after the timeline's fixed.



* BookDumb: He's not good at school, but is a major gear-head as shown in Part II.

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* BookDumb: He's not good at school, but is a major gear-head gearhead as shown in Part II.



* ManChild: As an adult in the original timeline, he acts ''exactly'' like his teenage bully self from 1955, having no reason to ever mature. In ''Part II'', [[spoiler:this crosses over to PsychopathicManChild in 1985-A, when he's still just as bratty and immature, but now has the wealth and power to get everything he wants.]]

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* ManChild: As an adult in the original timeline, he acts ''exactly'' like his teenage bully self from 1955, having no reason to ever mature. In ''Part II'', [[spoiler:this crosses over to PsychopathicManChild in 1985-A, 1985-A when he's still just as bratty and immature, but now has the wealth and power to get everything he wants.]]



* VillainousBreakdown: After the second time he crashes into a manure truck. He screams about how he hates manure, and looks like he's about to ''cry''.

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* VillainousBreakdown: After the second time he crashes into a manure truck. He screams about how he hates manure, manure and looks like he's about to ''cry''.



* AdaptationalBadass: The videogame has her as a teen rebel who likes to disrupt a brutal regime oppressing Hill Valley.

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* AdaptationalBadass: The videogame video game has her as a teen rebel who likes to disrupt a brutal regime oppressing Hill Valley.



* {{Xenafication}}: The videogame has Jennifer as more awesome character than she was in the films by making her a street punk disrupting the Citizen Brown regime.

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* {{Xenafication}}: The videogame video game has Jennifer as more awesome character than she was in the films by making her a street punk disrupting the Citizen Brown regime.



* EmbarrassingOldPhoto: In the game, Marty finds an old photo of him as child -- dressed like a girl -- in Strickland's sister's apartment.

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* EmbarrassingOldPhoto: In the game, Marty finds an old photo of him as a child -- dressed like a girl -- in Strickland's sister's apartment.



* ManInWhite: Wears a white lad coat while sitting at his throne.

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* ManInWhite: Wears a white lad coat while sitting at on his throne.



Biff Tannen's father and a famous mob boss in 1931's Hill Valley. Owner of the Speakeasy that was blown the same year.

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Biff Tannen's father and a famous mob boss in 1931's Hill Valley. Owner The owner of the Speakeasy that was blown the same year.



* GoodBadGirl: [[spoiler:We realize who she is in the end of episode 5...]]

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* GoodBadGirl: [[spoiler:We realize who she is in at the end of episode 5...]]
11th Sep '16 6:36:19 AM TrollBrutal
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* BigBad: Essentially, Biff is this for the film trilogy as a whole, being a major antagonist in ''Parts I and II'' and his ancestor being the major antagonist of ''Part III''. In ''Part II''. His alteration of the timeline turns Hill Valley into a dystopia, --with him at the top-- that should be [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong set right]].

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* BigBad: Essentially, Biff is this for the film trilogy as a whole, being a major antagonist in ''Parts I and II'' and his ancestor being the major antagonist of ''Part III''. In ''Part II''. His alteration of the timeline turns Hill Valley into a dystopia, --with him at the top-- that should be [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong set right]].
10th Sep '16 10:02:54 PM jameygamer
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* BigBad: In ''Part II''. His alteration of the timeline turns Hill Valley into a dystopia, --with him at the top-- that should be [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong set right]].

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* BigBad: Essentially, Biff is this for the film trilogy as a whole, being a major antagonist in ''Parts I and II'' and his ancestor being the major antagonist of ''Part III''. In ''Part II''. His alteration of the timeline turns Hill Valley into a dystopia, --with him at the top-- that should be [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong set right]].
5th Sep '16 5:07:15 PM Winner1
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%%* BowtiesAreCool

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%%* BowtiesAreCool* BowtiesAreCool: At least he thinks they are.



%%* DeanBitterman

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%%* DeanBitterman* DeanBitterman: Even in the 50s he was against his students' wild side.



%%* EvilOldFolks

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%%* EvilOldFolks* EvilOldFolks: Taken UpToEleven in Ep. 3 to 5 when she becomes a dictator.



%%* [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Woman]]
%%* HeWhoFightsMonsters

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%%* * [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Woman]]
%%* HeWhoFightsMonsters
Woman]]: She's never happy in her old age. [[spoiler: At least until her defeat and reformation.]]
* HeWhoFightsMonsters: She starts to see the error of her ways when she discovers that she was breaking the law herself.



%%* HotScoop: In 1931

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%%* * HotScoop: In 19311931, when she was a WideEyedIdealist.



* LethallyStupid: [[spoiler: She once burned down the entire town of Hill Valley in her protests.]]



%%* MoralGuardians
%%* NotSoHarmlessVillain

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%%* MoralGuardians
%%* NotSoHarmlessVillain
* MoralGuardians: InUniverse. She forces her views on what's right and wrong on everybody.
* NotSoHarmlessVillain: As the second half of the game reveals, she's capable of pretty nasty stuff.
* PromotedToParent: [[spoiler: Becomes Biff's stepmother.]]



%%* ShadowDictator: Citizen Edna.

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%%* * ShadowDictator: Citizen Edna.Edna, who rules Hill Valley with an iron fist.
* StrawHypocrite: Yells at other people for breaking the law, but [[spoiler: broke the law herself by lighting buildings on fire.]]



%%* AntiVillain

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%%* AntiVillain* AlasPoorVillain: [[spoiler: Asks Marty for forgiveness before fading away from existence.]]
* AntiVillain: He actually has no idea that he's evil.



%%* DecoyLeader

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%%* DecoyLeader* DecoyLeader: He thinks that he's in charge, but Edna's TheWomanBehindTheMan.



%%* ManInWhite

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%%* ManInWhite* ManInWhite: Wears a white lad coat while sitting at his throne.



%%* ReasonableAuthorityFigure

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%%* ReasonableAuthorityFigure* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Unlike Edna, he hears out Marty's case before branding him as a troublemaker for Citizen Plus.
* RedemptionEqualsDeath: [[spoiler: Dies saving Marty from Edna's car assault.]]



%%* WellIntentionedExtremist

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%%* WellIntentionedExtremist* WellIntentionedExtremist: He wanted to change the world, but he went at it in the wrong way.



* BreakTheHaughty: [[spoiler: His time in prison reduced him to a kind old man married to Edna.]]



* {{Jerks}}: He's a Tannen, what would you expect?
%%* LoveRedeems: [[spoiler: See Edna's entry.]]

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* {{Jerks}}: FauxAffablyEvil: Puts on a charming social front, but cracks jokes about the people he's killed.
* {{Jerkass}}:
He's a Tannen, what would you expect?
%%* * LikeFatherLikeSon: He's pretty much Biff as a gangster.
*
LoveRedeems: [[spoiler: He reforms from his evil ways in the end of Ep. 5. See Edna's entry.entry for more.]]



%%* OppositesAttract: [[spoiler: With Edna Strickland.]]

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%%* * OppositesAttract: [[spoiler: With Edna Strickland.]]]] He's a womanizing trouble maker while she's a HeroicWannabe trying to bring order.



%%* {{Adorkable}}

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%%* {{Adorkable}}* {{Adorkable}}: At this point, it seems to run in the whole family.



* DatingCatwoman: He has a crush on the gangster's girl Trixie Trotter.



%%* HappilyMarried: [[spoiler:To Trixie Trotter.]]
%%* SexyMentor: For Trixie.

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%%* * HappilyMarried: [[spoiler:To Trixie Trotter.Trotter, who becomes Sylvia [McFly=].]]
%%* * PunchClockVillain: Was this for Kid Tannen due to death threats against his life.
*
SexyMentor: For Trixie.Trixie. [[spoiler: Enough to even get married with.]]
5th Sep '16 4:45:42 PM Winner1
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%%* ButtMonkey: At times.

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%%* * ButtMonkey: At times.times. He always comes into conflicts out of his hands.



%%* DeadpanSnarker: At times.

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%%* * DeadpanSnarker: At times.times. But not to the highest levels of snarkiness.



%%* FatalFlaw: Again, see BerserkButton.

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%%* * FatalFlaw: Calling him Chicken is always used against him. Again, see BerserkButton.



%%* TheHero

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%%* TheHero* TheHero: The noblest character in the entire series, so this was expected.



* IncorruptiblePurePureness: Downplayed. Marty seems to be the most noble character in the entire series and usually goes out of his way to do what's right.



%%* NiceGuy

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%%* NiceGuy* NiceGuy: There's never once a moment where he does anything mean-spirited in the series.



%%* OnlySaneMan

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%%* OnlySaneMan* OnlySaneMan: More or less the voice of reason to everybody else's craziness.
* TheParagon: The first movie has him inspire others in the 50s to do what's right. All except Biff and his bully gang of course.



%%* PlayingCyrano

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%%* PlayingCyrano* PlayingCyrano: Gives his father George love advice to win Lorraine's heart.



%%* YoungGun: Subversion in ''Part III''.

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%%* * YoungGun: Subversion in ''Part III''.III''. He's not as good at it at first.



* AdaptationalBadass: The videogame has him ''punch out'' Mad Dog Tannen in a OneHitKO.



%%* HotBlooded: Even more so when he's 17.

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%%* * HotBlooded: Even more so when he's 17.17. The present Doc admits that he's nowhere near the bravery his past self was.



* TheAlcoholic: In all the bad timelines, she becomes a heavy drinker to cope with her horrors.
* AllWomenAreLustful: Goes to almost StalkerWithACrush levels in the first film when she grows a lustful interest in Marty.



%%* GuessWhoImMarrying: Biff in 1985-A.

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%%* * GuessWhoImMarrying: Biff in 1985-A.1985-A. Much to Marty's horror.



%%* MsFanservice: At least in 1955.

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%%* * MsFanservice: At least in 1955.1955 during her rebellious days as wild girl.



* KickTheSonOfABitch: Beats up his bully Biff in a single punch.



%%* MostWritersAreWriters

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%%* MostWritersAreWriters* MostWritersAreWriters: He writes a little sci-fi stories and makes it big in the good timeline.



%%* TheBully: Biff to George, and to Marty, and to Lorraine.

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%%* * TheBully: Biff to George, and to Marty, and to Lorraine.Lorraine. In fact, he likes to push around everyone.



%%* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Now Biff, don't con me!

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%%* * CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Now Biff, don't con me!



* TheSociopath: He's pretty much the most monstrous character in the series.



%%* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: In 1985-A.

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%%* * ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: In 1985-A.1985-A.
-->'''Biff:''' Kid, I ''own'' the police.



%%* VillainousCrush: For Lorraine.

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%%* * VillainousCrush: For Lorraine.Lorraine. Taken to disturbing levels in the second film.


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* AdaptationalBadass: The videogame has her as a teen rebel who likes to disrupt a brutal regime oppressing Hill Valley.


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* {{Xenafication}}: The videogame has Jennifer as more awesome character than she was in the films by making her a street punk disrupting the Citizen Brown regime.
16th Aug '16 5:51:47 PM gjjones
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* ActionSurvivor: Doc seems to have this impression of him, at least after the first movie. It should tell you something that, in Part II, Doc's plans for Griff and 1955 basically boil down to "tell Marty what to do and let him handle it".

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* ActionSurvivor: Doc seems to have this impression of him, at least after the first movie. It should tell you something that, in Part II, ''Part II'', Doc's plans for Griff and 1955 basically boil down to "tell Marty what to do and let him handle it".



* ButtMonkey: At times.
* TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive: In his case, RefusalOfTheCall means he disappears from existence or is stuck in the past, so he doesn't have much choice but to comply. Come Part III, he finally has the opportunity to choose without being so railroaded by the plot, and he goes with... GuileHero.

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* %%* ButtMonkey: At times.
* TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive: In his case, RefusalOfTheCall means he disappears from existence or is stuck in the past, so he doesn't have much choice but to comply. Come Part III, ''Part III'', he finally has the opportunity to choose without being so railroaded by the plot, and he goes with... GuileHero.



* DeadpanSnarker: At times.

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* %%* DeadpanSnarker: At times.



* FatalFlaw: Again, see BerserkButton.

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* %%* FatalFlaw: Again, see BerserkButton.



* TheHero

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* %%* TheHero



* NameMcAdjective
* NiceGuy

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* %%* NameMcAdjective
* %%* NiceGuy



* OnlySaneMan

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* %%* OnlySaneMan



* PlayingCyrano
* {{Pride}}: The proper name for his FatalFlaw. He feels he can't back down from a challenge when called "Chicken", but as the series goes on this turns out to have serious [[spoiler: and by part III, near fatal]] consequences. [[spoiler: Eventually he learns to overcome it after some sound advice from his ancestors. Which inadvertently saves his future in the process.]]

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* %%* PlayingCyrano
* {{Pride}}: The proper name for his FatalFlaw. He feels he can't back down from a challenge when called "Chicken", but as the series goes on this turns out to have serious [[spoiler: and by part III, ''Part III'', near fatal]] consequences. [[spoiler: Eventually he learns to overcome it after some sound advice from his ancestors. Which inadvertently saves his future in the process.]]



* SupportingProtagonist: WordOfGod views him as this in the first and third movies, with George and Lorraine getting the most development in Part I, and Doc getting it in Part III.

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* SupportingProtagonist: WordOfGod views him as this in the first and third movies, with George and Lorraine getting the most development in Part I, ''Part I'', and Doc getting it in Part III.''Part III''.



* YoungGun: Subversion in ''Part III''.

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* %%* YoungGun: Subversion in ''Part III''.



* {{Adorkable}}: Especially in Part III, when he sees Clara at the dance.
* AgeLift / DawsonCasting: Christopher Lloyd was only 48 when he filmed the role for the 71 year old Doc Brown. Probably done on purpose so when Marty goes back to 1955 and meets the 41 year old Doc Brown they look the same, except for aging make-up in 1985, which was dropped in the other parts as Doc underwent a rejuvenating process. [[TooMuchInformation They also replaced his spleen and colon.]]
* BadassLongcoat: He wears a long coat in Part III and also does some rather impressive things.

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* {{Adorkable}}: Especially in Part III, ''Part III'', when he sees Clara at the dance.
* AgeLift / DawsonCasting: AgeLift: Christopher Lloyd was only 48 when he filmed the role for the 71 year old Doc Brown. Probably done on purpose so when Marty goes back to 1955 and meets the 41 year old Doc Brown they look the same, except for aging make-up in 1985, which was dropped in the other parts as Doc underwent a rejuvenating process. [[TooMuchInformation They also replaced his spleen and colon.]]
* BadassLongcoat: He wears a long coat in Part III ''Part III'' and also does some rather impressive things.



* FanOfThePast: Particularly the Old West.

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* FanOfThePast: Particularly Doc is a a fan of the Old West.West, and gets to live in it by the time ''Part III'' rolls around.



* HotBlooded: Even more so when he's 17.

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* %%* HotBlooded: Even more so when he's 17.



* GuessWhoImMarrying: Biff in 1985-A.

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* %%* GuessWhoImMarrying: Biff in 1985-A.



* MsFanservice: At least in 1955.

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* %%* MsFanservice: At least in 1955.



* ExtremeDoormat: Before [[TookALevelInBadass taking a level in Badass]].

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* ExtremeDoormat: Before [[TookALevelInBadass taking a level in Badass]].He is often pushed around by Biff until he TookALevelInBadass towards the end of the first film.



* FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin: It may not be particularly noticeable most of the time due to clever camera work and tech, but the shots with George in Part II that aren't stock footage are played by Jeffrey Weissman.

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* FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin: It may not be particularly noticeable most of the time due to clever camera work and tech, but the shots with George in Part II ''Part II'' that aren't stock footage are played by Jeffrey Weissman.



* MostWritersAreWriters

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* %%* MostWritersAreWriters



* [[YouLeaveHimAlone You Leave Her Alone:]] Said word for word by George.

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* [[YouLeaveHimAlone You Leave Her Alone:]] Alone]]: Said word for word by George.



* TheBully: Biff to George, and to Marty, and to Lorraine.
* TheCaligula: In 1985-A.

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* %%* TheBully: Biff to George, and to Marty, and to Lorraine.
* %%* TheCaligula: In 1985-A.



* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Now Biff, don't con me!

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* %%* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Now Biff, don't con me!



* {{Jerkass}}: Until George stands up for himself, anyway. And he seems more bitter than jerkass in 2015 - given the opportunity to go back in time, he opts to make himself rich rather than do anything to the [=McFly=] family.

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* {{Jerkass}}: Until He's has a callous personality up until George stands up for himself, anyway. And he seems more bitter than jerkass in 2015 - given the opportunity to go back in time, he opts to make himself rich rather than do anything to the [=McFly=] family.



* MurderTheHypotenuse: [[spoiler:In 1985-A, to George [=McFly=].]]

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* MurderTheHypotenuse: [[spoiler:In 1985-A, to he kills George [=McFly=].]]



* {{Retgone}}: A deleted scene from Part II shows Old Biff fading away when he returns to 2015. [[spoiler:1985-A Lorraine apparently shot him some time in the mid-90s.]]

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* {{Retgone}}: A deleted scene from Part II ''Part II'' shows Old Biff fading away when he returns to 2015. [[spoiler:1985-A Lorraine apparently shot him some time in the mid-90s.]]



* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: In 1985-A.

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* %%* ScrewTheRulesIHaveMoney: In 1985-A.



* VillainousCrush: For Lorraine.

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* %%* VillainousCrush: For Lorraine.



* DistressedDamsel

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* %%* DistressedDamsel



* LoveInterest: To Doc Brown.

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* %%* LoveInterest: To Doc Brown.



* BowtiesAreCool

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* %%* BowtiesAreCool



* DeanBitterman

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* %%* DeanBitterman



* {{Jerkass}}

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* %%* {{Jerkass}}



* BadassMustache: He was shown with a BeardOfEvil in the 1985-A Biff's Museum video in Part II, because it was an early makeup test. WordOfGod said if they had the time, they would've switched that image with one featuring his final appearance.

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* BadassMustache: He was shown with a BeardOfEvil in the 1985-A Biff's Museum video in Part II, ''Part II'', because it was an early makeup test. WordOfGod said if they had the time, they would've switched that image with one featuring his final appearance.



* BigBad: of the third film

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* BigBad: The main antagonist of the third filmfilm.



* KarmaHoudini: It isn't clear whether he was punished for his illegal scan in Part II.

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* KarmaHoudini: It isn't clear whether he was punished for his illegal scan in Part II.''Part II''.



* BigBad: Of the game.

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* BigBad: Of The main antagonist of the game.



* EvilOldFolks

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* %%* EvilOldFolks



* [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Woman]]

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* %%* [[GrumpyOldMan Grumpy Old Woman]]



* HotScoop: In 1931

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* %%* HotScoop: In 1931



* MoralGuardians
* NotSoHarmlessVillain

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* %%* MoralGuardians
* %%* NotSoHarmlessVillain



* RedHerringShirt
* ShadowDictator: Citizen Edna.

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* %%* RedHerringShirt
* %%* ShadowDictator: Citizen Edna.



* AntiVillain

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* %%* AntiVillain



* DecoyLeader

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* %%* DecoyLeader



* HeroicBlueScreenOfDeath: See MyGodWhatHaveIDone.

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* HeroicBlueScreenOfDeath: HeroicBSOD: See MyGodWhatHaveIDone.his MyGodWhatHaveIDone entry below.



* ManInWhite

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* %%* ManInWhite



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure

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* %%* ReasonableAuthorityFigure



* WellIntentionedExtremist

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* %%* WellIntentionedExtremist



* JerkAss: He's a Tannen, what would you expect?
* LoveRedeems: [[spoiler: See Edna's entry.]]

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* JerkAss: {{Jerks}}: He's a Tannen, what would you expect?
* %%* LoveRedeems: [[spoiler: See Edna's entry.]]



* OppositesAttract: [[spoiler: With Edna Strickland.]]

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* %%* OppositesAttract: [[spoiler: With Edna Strickland.]]



* TheChanteuse

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* %%* TheChanteuse



* GlamorousWartimeSinger

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* %%* GlamorousWartimeSinger



* {{Adorkable}}

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* %%* {{Adorkable}}



* HappilyMarried: [[spoiler:To Trixie Trotter.]]
* SexyMentor: For Trixie.

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* %%* HappilyMarried: [[spoiler:To Trixie Trotter.]]
* %%* SexyMentor: For Trixie.
19th Jul '16 2:48:32 PM DynamiteXI
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* TheCheerleader: Averted. It's implied in ''Part II'' that she may have been a cheerleader in high school (a maroon and white school jacket can be seen in the closet she's hiding in in 2015, with the name "Jennifer" and an emblem consisting of a megaphone over the "HV" letters), but she's the GirlNextDoor type, and doesn't seem like an AlphaBitch or TheDitz as is usually seen in this trope. This is a possible ActorAllusion - in ''Film/TheKarateKid'', Elisabeth Shue's character, Ali, is a cheerleader.

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* TheCheerleader: Averted. It's implied in ''Part II'' that she may have been a cheerleader in high school (a maroon and white school jacket can be seen in the closet she's hiding in in 2015, with the name "Jennifer" and an emblem consisting of a megaphone over the "HV" letters), but she's the a GirlNextDoor type, and doesn't seem like an AlphaBitch or TheDitz as is usually seen in this trope. This is a possible ActorAllusion - in ''Film/TheKarateKid'', Elisabeth Shue's character, Ali, is a cheerleader.


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* ChildhoodFriendRomance: According to [[ComicBook/BackToTheFuture the comic book]], she and Marty knew each other in fourth grade, fell out of contact for a few years, then reconnected and fell in LoveAtFirstSight in 1984.
13th Jul '16 3:02:13 AM Uyyy
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* KickMePrank: George is the victim of a particularly cruel prank when some of Biff's friends tape a sheet of paper with the words "KICK ME" on it on his back.

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* KickMePrank: George is the victim of a particularly kind cruel prank when some of Biff's friends tape a sheet of paper with the words "KICK ME" on it on his back.


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* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Children]]: The gist of his blackmail on Lorraine in 1985-A. If she tries to leave, he'll cancel Linda's credit cards and stop covering her debts, have Dave's probation revoked, and get Marty (plus Linda and Dave, if he feels like it) jailed.
7th Jul '16 8:11:58 PM BlindJustice-2515
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* LovingWithAShadow: After Marty talks with young Edna about the nature of her relationship with Emmett, it becomes apparent that she loves what his scientific genius can do for her causes than Emmett as a person.

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* LovingWithAShadow: LovingAShadow: After Marty talks with young Edna about the nature of her relationship with Emmett, it becomes apparent that she loves what his scientific genius can do for her causes than Emmett as a person.
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