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-->'''Dan:''' Marty gave this random black guy the push he needed to succeed in 1955, the year the civil rights movement started.\\

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-->'''Dan:''' --->'''Dan:''' Marty gave this random black guy the push he needed to succeed in 1955, the year the civil rights movement started.\\

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* In ''Literature/DogsDontTalk'', Diane throws a ''Back to the Future''-themed graduation party for Johnny and his classmates.


* The ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Meet the Quagmires" is a WholePlotReference to ''Back to the Future'', with Peter going back to 1984 and accidentally preventing his marriage to Lois.

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The ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Meet the Quagmires" is a WholePlotReference to ''Back to the Future'', with Peter going back to 1984 and accidentally preventing his marriage to Lois.Lois.
** In "Business Guy", one of Carter's VideoWills for if he's dead or otherwise unable to run his company has him saying that the train wasn't able to push the [=DeLorean=] up to 88 miles per hour and he's stuck in 1885.



** A cutaway in "Peter's Sister" shows an alternate ending to the first movie where Marty figures that since he's about to [[RetGone fade into oblivion]], he might as well [[MyOwnGrampa have sex with Lorraine in the past]]. The result is that in his picture of himself and his parents, they're replaced with an inbred Marty and the "To Be Continued" card is replaced with "To Be Contondered".

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** A cutaway in "Peter's Sister" shows an alternate ending to the first movie where Marty figures that since he's about to [[RetGone fade into oblivion]], he might as well [[MyOwnGrampa have sex with Lorraine in the past]]. The result is that in his picture of himself and his parents, they're replaced with an inbred Marty Marty, and the "To Be Continued" card is replaced with "To Be Contondered".


* ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan'' has Luhy Distone owning a green [=Delorean=] that can fly (and leaves behind flame trails).

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* ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan'' ''LightNovel/NyarukoCrawlingWithLove'' has Luhy Distone owning a green [=Delorean=] that can fly (and leaves behind flame trails).



* In ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan'', Luhi Siston drives a [=DeLorean=] that leaves fire tracks when reaching warp-speed.

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* In ''LightNovel/HaiyoreNyarkoSan'', ''LightNovel/NyarukoCrawlingWithLove'', Luhi Siston drives a [=DeLorean=] that leaves fire tracks when reaching warp-speed.


* Music/IDontKnowHowButTheyFoundMe, consisting of Dallon Weekes (ex-Music/PanicAtTheDisco) and Ryan Seaman (ex-Music/FallingInReverse), took their name from a line in the first film.

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* Music/IDontKnowHowButTheyFoundMe, a concept band consisting of Dallon Weekes (ex-Music/PanicAtTheDisco) and Ryan Seaman (ex-Music/FallingInReverse), took their name from a line in the first film.film. Fittingly enough, a large part of the band's mythos is based around TimeTravel.


* In ''Literature/Harmony2016'', Tilly imagines a world in which people disappear from photos if they die, like when Marty almost fails to get his parents together.

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* In ''Literature/Harmony2016'', Tilly imagines a world in which people disappear from photos if when they die, like when Marty almost fails to get his parents together.together.
* In ''Literature/TheresMoreThanOneWayHome'', Anna buys the trilogy as a boxed set, and that night she and Jack watch all three in one sitting. Jack keeps asking questions about [[PopCulturalOsmosisFailure celebrities he's never heard of]] and plot holes, until finally Anna says, "[[MST3KMantra Time travel stories never hold up if you look at them too closely]]."


* A chase scene in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' ends with the pursuers getting covered in manure.

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* A chase scene in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Aladdin}}'' ends with the pursuers getting covered in manure.


* In ''Literature/HarmonicFeedback2016'', Tilly imagines a world in which people disappear from photos if they die, like when Marty almost fails to get his parents together.

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* In ''Literature/HarmonicFeedback2016'', ''Literature/Harmony2016'', Tilly imagines a world in which people disappear from photos if they die, like when Marty almost fails to get his parents together.

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* In ''Literature/HarmonicFeedback2016'', Tilly imagines a world in which people disappear from photos if they die, like when Marty almost fails to get his parents together.


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''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGoToTheMovies'' has a time travel scene in which Raven asks where they’re going to find Libyan Terrorists to sell them plutonium at this hour.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGoToTheMovies'' has a time travel scene in which Raven asks where they’re going to find Libyan Terrorists to sell them plutonium at this hour.

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''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGoToTheMovies'' has a time travel scene in which Raven asks where they’re going to find Libyan Terrorists to sell them plutonium at this hour.


** In ''That 90's Show'' Homer performs at a concert, where a certain "Marvin Cobain" calls his cousin to tell him about the new sound "he's been looking for", in a parody of the scene where "Marvin Berry" makes a similar call to his cousin Chuck.
** The episode title ''Bart to the Future''.
** In the third segment of ''Treehouse Of Horror XXIII'', "Bart & Homer's Excellent Adventure" Bart used Professor Frink's time machine car (Similar to the [=DeLorean=] time machine) to go back into time to get a low priced comic book in 1974. While in the past, he prevented his parents from meeting and checks out his picture. The picture seems to disappear, suggesting that he prevented his existence. Instead, a new picture showed up, revealing him to still be born despite his mom marrying someone else.

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** In ''That "That 90's Show'' Show", Homer performs at a concert, where a certain "Marvin Cobain" calls his cousin to tell him about the new sound "he's been looking for", in a parody of the scene where "Marvin Berry" makes a similar call to his cousin Chuck.
** The episode title ''Bart "Bart to the Future''.
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** In the third segment of ''Treehouse Of "Treehouse of Horror XXIII'', XXIII", "Bart & Homer's Excellent Adventure" Bart used Professor Frink's time machine car (Similar to the [=DeLorean=] time machine) to go back into time to get a low priced low-priced comic book in 1974. While in the past, he prevented his parents from meeting and checks out his picture. The picture seems to disappear, suggesting that he prevented his existence. Instead, a new picture showed up, revealing him to still be born despite his mom marrying someone else.


** A cutaway in "Peter's Sister" shows an alternate ending to the first movie where Marty figures that since he's about to [[RetGone fade into oblivion]], he might as well have sex with Lorraine in the past. The result is that in his picture of himself and his parents, they're replaced with an inbred Marty and the "To Be Continued" card is replaced with "To Be Contondered".

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** A cutaway in "Peter's Sister" shows an alternate ending to the first movie where Marty figures that since he's about to [[RetGone fade into oblivion]], he might as well [[MyOwnGrampa have sex with Lorraine in the past.past]]. The result is that in his picture of himself and his parents, they're replaced with an inbred Marty and the "To Be Continued" card is replaced with "To Be Contondered".


* In ''Literature/ABoyMadeOfBlocks'', Sam's friend's father is a classical composer who is said to look like Doc Brown, only more eccentric.


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* In ''Literature/ABoyMadeOfBlocks'', Sam's friend's father is a classical composer who is said to look like Doc Brown, only more eccentric.

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