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The Back to the Future trilogy is a comedic science fiction film trilogy written by Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis, directed by Zemeckis, and distributed by Universal Pictures. The plot follows the adventures of high-school student Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and scientist Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd) as they use a modified DeLorean automobile to time travel to different periods in the history of Hill Valley, California.

The first film was the highest grossing film of 1985 and became an international phenomenon, leading to two sequels which were filmed back-to-back and released in 1989 and 1990 respectively. The trilogy is widely noted for its irreverent comedy, eccentric characters and ability to incorporate complex theories of time-travel without confusing the audience. Though the two sequels did not perform quite as well at the box office as the first film, the trilogy remains immensely popular and has yielded such spin-offs as an animated television series and a motion-simulation ride at the Universal Studios theme parks in Orlando, Florida (ride now closed as of late March 2007); Universal City, California (ride closed on September 3, 2007), and Osaka, Japan.

References to Back to the Future in Midnight Club: Los Angeles

Back to the Future (1985) Connections

Back to the Future Part II (1989) Connections

Lizzie McGuire: Timmy Turner's First Day of Hillridge Junior High (2001) (TV Episode)

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980) Connections

References to Back to the Future in (Television, Video Games, Comics, Movies) Edit

Back to the Future (1985)Edit

  • In an episode of the American television show Supernatural "In The Beginning", Dean is taken travel back in time to the year 1973 by the Angel Castiel, causing Dean to question whether the angels "got their hands on some DeLoreans". In 1973, he encounters a younger version of his father, John Winchester, in a cafe much like Marty's encounter with George. Furthermore, someone also calls out "Hey, Winchester!" causing both to turn, echoing the "Hey, McFly!" moment. Finally, when Dean reveals that he is from the future, the demon Azazel calls him "Future Boy" referencing 1955 Doc's name for Marty.
  • In the video game Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, in the plans to the time machine, a "Flux Capacitor" can be seen.
    • The Cooper Van, with Bentley's time machine attached, functions similarly to the DeLorean time machine from the Back to the Future film series. As with the DeLorean, the van has to drive at a fast enough speed in order to time travel, although the van also needs an object from the same era the driver intends to travel to. The van also hovers during the time-traveling sequence, as the upgraded DeLorean does at the end of the first film.
    • In the prologue, when the gang makes the jump to Feudal Japan, the van leaves a pair of fiery tire tracks and the gang's license plate remains, spinning, just like the DeLorean does during its first time travel.
  • A Simpsons episode titled "Bart to the Future" has an Indian sachem showing what Bart's future may look like 30 years from now. The bully Nelson Munt is a nightclub owner with a dark suit, turtleneck, and better styled hair than he had as a child. The future Nelson's appearance and business ownership was a nod to the powerful Biff of 1985A.
  • In the 1999 film Stuart Little, when Stuart is playing the guitar he does a duck walk similar to Marty McFly. Both Marty and Stuart were played by Michael J. Fox.
  • In the 2007 movie Knocked Up, Ben and Pete talk about Doc Brown, the DeLorean and Pete quotes the line "Where we're going, we don't need roads"
  • In the episode of Johnny Test "Old School Johnny", Johnny (who is voiced by James Arnold Taylor), with Dukey and his two sisters travel back in time to 1845 in the teahouse time machine, and discover they don't have a power source to return them home. After several attempts, at generating enough energy, fail (including lightning striking a clock tower in the first movie, and using a speeding locomotive in Back to the Future Part III), they are able to return home. Johnny then discovers, when he fails his history test in school, that they had changed their town's history.
  • in the episode "Phat Johnny", one of the venues Johnny plays as a rap star is Twin Pines Mall, sharing its name with a similar Hill Valley location.
  • in an episode of Invader Zim "Bad, Bad Rubber Piggy", When Professor Membrane talks about the dangers of altering a timeline, he says: "The consequences could be disastrous!", This is exactly what Doc Brown said under the same circumstances.
  • In an another episode of Invader Zim "Future Dib", Dib Membrane mentions this movie to Future Dib

The Big Knights

  • In the episode "The Time Protonosphere", Professor Von Proton's mad scientist outfit resembles Doc Brown.
  • King Otto dialogue references plot elements of the film
  • Princesses Lucy and Loretta discuss the movie
  • The DeLorean is mentioned by Sir Boris
  • Referenced by Sir Morris
  • After the people of Borovia takes fire from Professor Von Proton's Laboratory (which has the forcefield in the series), Professor Von Proton says "They found me. I don't know how but they found me." These are the same words spoken by Dr. Emmett Brown in Back to the Future, when bad guys arrive to start shooting at him.
  • When Professor Von Proton pulls the lever on the controls and send Sir Doris the hamster four seconds into the future in the protonosphere; just like Doc Brown sends Einstein one minute into the future, He pulls down the switch and send Sir Boris and his brother Sir Morris back to four million years in the past with King Otto, Princesses Lucy and Loretta, Sir Kiftsgate and Wizard Zabobon, much like Marty sent back to 1955 on his time travel trip.
  • In the episode, "Proton Power", the Proton Power building has the flux capacitor can be seen for a brief moment with Professor Von Proton.
  • King Otto refers to the film
  • Princesses Lucy and Loretta mentioned that in the Royal Court of Borovia
  • Wizard Zabobon quoted this movie in dialogue
  • Referenced by Sir Kiftsgate
  • the poster for the first movie is seen in Village Borodzo.
  • King Otto's Limousine (for the only time in the animated series) arrived at The Proton Power Station, King Otto skid to a stop leaving the set like the DeLorean going to timetravel.
  • In the episode "Clockwork Knights", Sir Boris says to Sir Morris "It ain't gonna get any more 1.21 gigawatts than this, Morris."
  • King Otto asks Princesses Lucy and Loretta if his camcorder is a "flux capacitor."
  • Master Clockmaker discuss the film
  • At the end of the episode, Count Vampire appears in his Van (wearing Marty McFly's Outfit), the van speeds up and vanishes, leaves behind a pair of two trails of flaming tire tracks
  • In the episode, "The Village Games", Sir Boris and his brother Sir Morris are training hard; the long jump at Castle Big, Sir Morris crash the wall and the poster of Back to the Future (1985) is nearly-destroyed.
  • King Otto mentioned this film
  • Princesses Lucy and Loretta discuss the movie.
  • Sir Kiftsgate mentioned "flux capacitor"
  • Wizard Zabobon quotes this film
  • Count Vampire mentions Biff Tannen
  • Master Clockmaker talks about the film
  • Eeuuurgh the Troll mentioned the DeLorean
  • After Sir Morris throws The Real Old Witch in the air, The Real Old Witch loses control of her speed and leaves fiery tracks behind on the sky.
  • In the episode, "Knight School", King Otto is watching the Borovian Report and talks about the film.
  • Sir Boris discuss the movie
  • Wizard Zabobon mentioned the DeLorean
  • Playing on movie screen
  • Sir Morris says that skateboards were invented by Marty McFly in 1955.
  • Referenced by Princesses Lucy and Lorretta
  • Sir Kiftsgate refers to the plot of the film
  • At the end of the episode, when Count Vampire got eliminated and taken to the high-speed police car; which it has the same time-travel ability as the DeLorean time machine. it then drove off and disappeared, leaves behind a pair of two trails of flames and the license plate, which spun around for a while before falling down.
  • In the episode, "Alchemy", When Sir Boris and his brother Sir Morris riding the black horses to the land of Moridia, they leaves a double borovian fire trails and the theme music from the movie plays.
  • In the episode, "The Troll Bridge", the theme from the movie plays when Sir Boris and his brother Sir Morris riding the black horses with Sir Horace the dog and Sir Doris the hamster across Borovia.
  • Eeuuurgh the Troll talks about this movie
  • Princesses Lucy and Loretta discussing while during an adventure in Borodzo.
  • Wizard Zabobon says that he wanted to turn back time just like Marty McFly.
  • King Otto says, "Hey, you, get your darn hands off of Sir Kiftsgate!"
  • Sir Boris mentions the flux capacitor, and Sir Morris says the movie name.
  • Sir Kiftsgate mentioned the film
  • Professor Von Proton get into a Delorian and drive through the big rock, the time vehicle which vanished in a brilliant flash of light and leaves behind a pair of two trails of long flaming tire tracks.
  • In an episode of Stargate Atlantis, Major Shepherd suggests you would need a "really nice DeLorean" to travel through time and later names a device attached to a time travelling space ship as a "flux capacitor".
    • At the end of Stephen King's IT, the protagonists see remains of the destroyed city of Derry. At one point, they see a sign from the ruined Aladdin Theater that was playing Back to the Future.
  • British band McFly, named themselves after lead character Marty McFly.
  • The Simpsons episode “That 90's Show” includes an obvious parody of the Johnny B. Goode sequence of Part I: Chuck Berry's cousin Marvin calls him to inform him of “that new sound you've been looking for” as Marty plays Johnny B. Goode, as does Kurt Cobain's cousin “Marvin,” notifying him of Homer's “invention” of grunge.
  • In the Disney Channel Original Movie Minutemen, Virgil, Charlie, and Zeke need to get permission to access room 77 in order to build their time machine. They get permission by having a club at their high school called, "Back to the Future Fan Club"; principal named after BTTF actor; penultimate '50s dance; cat named after Albert Einstein (like Doc's dog); first time traveler is inventor's pet; minute difference on watch on inventor's pet provides proof of first successful time travel.
  • In an another time travel movie Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, When Bill & Ted's time machine of a phone booth enters into another time period, it sinks into the ground and leave a ring of fire where it departed, similar to the Delorean fire trails.
    • In an episode of the Nicktoon series ChalkZone "Snapmobile", The Snap-mobile that resembles the DeLorean, with its gull-wing doors and sound effects for the time machine from the movie Back to the Future.

Blazing Dragons

  • in the episode "Merle's Mirror", When Flicker enters and see his latest inventions at Flicker's Laboratory with Princess Flame. Flicker says, "Flame, These inventions of Camelhot has the time machine for the DeLorean of Camelhot, including the 1955 version of a skateboard and my greatest invention; the model car in this movie."
  • Back to the Future is spoofed with a flamboyant Italian inventor, Flamiano in a blaxploitation film called "Back to Ye Olde Future" (said to be "from the dragon knights who brought you Camelhot 3-DCamelhot Festival, and Camelhot vs. Castle Threadbare"). The DeLorean time machine, meeting up with his teenager mother, and performing at the school dance are spoofed in the scene.
  • The movie is mentioned by Count Geoffrey to have been sent back in time for using Geoffrey's time travel object.
  • a Flux capacitor is seen in Flicker's Laboratory.
  • Evil Knight #2 says that the dog food machine, we made a dog food machine that opened up cans of dog food featured in this movie
  • King Allfire talks about this movie at Castle Camelhot with Sir Loungelot
  • Dr. Emmett Brown's Brain-Analyzer can be seen in Sir Loungelot's room at Castle Camelhot for a brief moment.
  • The poster for the movie is seen briefly appears at "Merle the Wizard's Cavern of Despair & Occult Museum".
  • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 talk about Doc Brown, the DeLorean and Evil Knight #1 quotes the line "Where we're going, we don't need roads"
  • 1955 was listed on Sir Burnevere's list.
  • Sir Loungelot turning the pages of the Code of Chivalry and Section 121 has the sketch of the flux-capacitor is shown.
  • Evil Knight #3 refers to the film that included Count Geoffrey's evil pancake machine.
  • Racka and Presley references this movie in the torture chamber of Camelhot
    • Merle the Wizard discuss that movie while using some mystical spells of time travel
    • Sir Galahot and Sir Hotbreath mentioned this film
    • Sir Burnevere mentioned the flux capacitor
    • Sir Blaze's line, "Don't nobody go nowheres," refers to the scene where Marvin Berry says the exact same line before his band takes a break from performing at the "Enchantment Under The Sea" dance
  • in the episode "A Gift for Griddle", Count Geoffrey's wild hairstyle when he is caught in Flicker's Automatic Hairstyling Machine are Princess Leia from Star Wars, Elvis, Captain Hook, and Dr. Emmett Brown from Back to the Future.
  • Referenced by Queen Griddle
  • Sir Loungelot asked King Allfire if he wanted to know what the weather was like during the premiere of the movie came out in 1985 after have to protect Camelhot by the evil Count Geoffrey that bringing the Queen-sized Cake.
  • The DeLorean is the same car model used as the time machine in the movie, as Flicker says before buying it.
  • Sir Burnevere references Brown's "Where we're going, We won't need roads" line
  • King Allfire talk about the first movie with Princess Flame
  • When Evil Knight #1 try to connect the electrical cables they find that they are too short and must stretch them just as Dr. Emmett Brown had to in the movie. 
  • Sir Galahot discuss that movie while planning their presentation at Camelhot 
  • Sir Hotbreath refers to the during topic discussion of the film. 
  • Cinder and Clinker mentioned the movie while discussing possible power sources for time travel 
  • Evil Knight #2 mentions Biff Tannen and his gang while their so discussion of Count Geoffrey's Evil Plans 
  • The song ''Back in Time'' played in this episode
  • The Libyan Terrorists is referenced by Evil Knight #3. 
  • King Don watches his hand begin to disappear just as Marty McFly does. 
  • The scene where Flicker stands up, against Count Geoffrey to defend the objects at Castle Camelhot is similar to the scene where Marty stands up in the school cafeteria, against Biff to defend his father. 
  • Princess Flame quoted this film in Queen Griddle's birthday at Camelhot 
  • Count Geoffrey says: "My evil plans is simple to put the plutonium from this car, which is so a time-traveling DeLorean in Back to the Future?" 
  • The theme music is used
  • The Wandering Minstrel mentions the Back to the Future films in every episode
  • Near the end of the episode, Duke Rudolph is seen falling through the time stream and landing in a town's square in 1955 including the front of a clock-tower. Every Back to the Future movie takes place partly in that year.
  • in the episode "Tournament Day" When Flicker turns the potato electric magic-net on, it affects his armor, pulling him to the magnet along with Princess Flame has the wires resembles the zip-lining down from the electrical-cables that Doc Brown connected on the Clock Tower in the first movie.
  • Evil Knights #1, 2, and 3 in the Somewhat Mysterious Brown Knight, has a lot of controls on the buttons and the piece of the device has the flux capacitor on here. Evil Knight #1 says, "Hard to tell Count Geoffrey, that's the flux capacitor, this is what makes time travel possible." The flux capacitor was a part of the time machine in this film and was invented in this film by the Doc.
  • Flicker in the equally mysterious pink knight disguise appears, it makes the "time circuits on" sound.
  • Sir Hotbreath breathes fire on Sir Loungepotato and toasted just like in the beginning of this movie.
  • Sir Galahot states they don't have any Libyan terrorists to sell them plutonium.
  • When Flicker as the equally mysterious pink knight blasts away from Evil Black Knight, the license plate falls off and spins around briefly on one of its corners, in the same manner of the license plate from the DeLorean.
  • When Merle the Wizard and Count Geoffrey teleport back to Castle Threadbare in the time portal after Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3, Queen Griddle and the dragon knights beat them up, the time portal was never used in the Back to the Future movie.
  • Count Geoffrey said to Merle the Wizard "That's a very long story." This was the same sentence what Marty uses. 
  • When the tournament begins. It is a jousting tournament in which the contestants' armor is equipped with a fake horse and the Back to the Future theme song plays in the background.
  • Sir Blaze asks for a Delorean to travel back in time in this film
  • When Cowsius Clay goes back in time to the 80s, he is dressed like Marty McFly.
  • Sir Loungelot has a cutaway scene where George questions Lorraine about the similarities between their son and the "Marty" they met in 1955.
    • The flux capacitor can be seen at The Village.
    • Flicker: "If Count Geoffrey's plan is to Marty McFly himself back to the future..."
    • King Allfire: "Right in the flux capacitor!"
    • Sir Blaze says that Squire Flicker's car runs on fusion, just like the "Back to the Future" car.
    • Chef Turnspit dialogue references plot elements of the film
  • The Time Machine Deloreon appears in this episode
  • In the episode "The Age of Retention", Duke Rudolph opens the time machine room door for Rudy's Rollicking Grump toy company and says: "Flux capacitor... fluxing." - one of Marty's lines from the movie.
    • dialogue by Sir Burnevere
    • Flicker says "Count Geoffrey gives problems with time-travel panels to go back in time to 1985B Castle Threadbare?"
    • Sir Galahot talks about this movie
    • Princess Flame refers to the film
    • Sir Blaze mentions that movie and that he that is so the smartly dressed and fashionably late has arrived of Camelhot.
    • The 2015 DeLorean appears in Castle Threadbare, while Count Geoffrey using the time machine to travel through time.
    • Sir Hotbreath spoofs Marty McFly by saying: "Whoa! Rock and roll."
    • King Allfire holding the Back to the Future merchandise at Rudy's Rollicking Grump toy company, with the Flux Capacitor and they flies back to Castle Camelhot.
    • The reactions to Duke Rudolph explodes the "BARRY" war machine, flies in the air sitting a toilet and lands on the ground feeling unconscious spoof the reactions to Marty's skateboard in 1955.
    • The Camelhot van with Cowsius Clay's time machine attached, functions similarly to the DeLorean time machine from the Back to the Future film series. As with the DeLorean, the van has to drive at a fast enough speed in order to time travel, although the van also needs an object from the same era the driver intends to travel to. The van also hovers during the time-traveling sequence, as the upgraded DeLorean does at the end of the first film. At the end of the episode, when King Don, Duke Rudolph and Cowsius Clay makes the jump to 1985 Camelhot, the van leaves a pair of fiery tire tracks and Duke Rudolph's license plate, which is spun around and falling down, just like the DeLorean does during its first time travel.
  • In the episode "Excaliburn", Title reference: segment "EXCALIBURN to the Future" Flicker copies Marty's pose, the Sword and the Stone, the pulse light glowing, the fiery tracks from the DeLorean time machine is seen and the title card is spoofing Back to the Future.
  • When Count Geoffrey with Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 runs away to Castle Threadbare, referencing George McFly riding the Bicycle and Marty McFly runs off in this movie.
  • When the dragon knights and the Chancellor fight over who gets to be king next, then Camelhot will fall into chaos and oblivion, similar manner to Marty's older siblings fading from existence of the photo in the film.
  • When Flicker holding the sword polisher and trying to Polish Excaliburn. Flicker says, "Blazing Dragons! It sounds like my polisher is having a meltdown."
  • When Evil Spy runs off to Castle Threadbare at high speeds, there is a bum laying on a park bench with a boombox around his neck who sits up as this character goes by. This is same scenario happened in Back to the Future with the DeLorien.
  • Peasants runs down to Camelhot in the wagonloads shouting "88 miles per hour!"
  • a Flux capacitor can be seen in The Royal Throne Room of Castle Camelhot.
  • The movie is mentioned by King Allfire when discussing his time travel back to 1955.
  • Sir Loungelot: "And I Supposed Count Geoffrey wants to see that Back to the Future movie at Castle Threadbare."
  • Flicker and Princess Flame in the action-packed wagonload on the ground and the sound effects from the DeLorean time machine used in the first Back to the Future movie, including the "time circuits on" and the flux capacitor are heard.
  • Count Geoffrey won't take the letter from Evil Knight #2 about his future because he's seen this movie.
  • The catapult activates and sent Evil Black Knight back to the Camelhot timeline; 1955, the same timeline in Back to the Future movie released in 1985.
  • Flicker says "Drat! maybe he got Sidetracked of the Back to the Future movies at the Camelhot Theatre, I heard that happens."
    • The Poster for the film is seen at Castle Threadbare.
    • King Allfire: "Blazing Dragons! Did that kid from the future come back?"
      • The plutonium-fueled nuclear reactor powered DeLorean time machine is seen at The Village.
      • Flicker cannot start the power of the sword polisher and thumping on the engine to get it started.
      • Cinder and Clinker mentioned this movie as Flicker explains that the time travel panels in Camelhot, but the dragon knights fighting into oblivion
      • Sir Burnevere says "That's your plan, time travel in Camelhot?"
      • The Wandering Minstrel says: "Called that because not only is it falling apart at the ramparts, The Moat is so stagnant even the Crocodiles are on strike; Fortunately for the Evil Spy and the time-travel movie Back to the Future."
      • Dialogue by Flicker while polishing the rock with a sword polisher.
  • In the episode "Knights & Knightresses", When Count Geoffrey first sees Merle the Wizard, he bursts out "Great Scott!" just like Doc Brown in this film
  • Queen Griddle references "McFly", "Brown", "time travel", "Plutonium", "Flux Capacitor", "DeLorean", "Biff", "Manure Truck", "Enchantment under the Sea", "lightning strikes the Clock Tower" based in the town of "Hill Valley". These are satirical references to Back to the Future.
  • Sir Loungelot makes a big-sized replica of Camelhot, declaring it's "not to scale" and King Allfire demonstrating a plan using a model car.
  • Sir Burnevere says that he bases all of Flicker's scientific research for time travel in Back to the Future, particularly the speed at which he needs to attain for knowledge in the universe.
  • Sir Hotbreath mentions the space-time continuum and artwork courtesy of Drew Struzan
  • Video case is shown.
  • In the Count Geoffrey timeline of 1985, a poster spoofing this film is seen with Count Geoffrey's ancestors dressed as Marty McFly and Doc Brown.
  • dialogue by Sir Galahot
  • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 battle swords calls for one-point-twenty-one gigawatts of electricity
  • During a chase scene, Sir Blaze kicks his skateboard under the car's bumper, runs over the car and jumps back on his board just like Marty McFly.
  • Flicker uses a DeLorean as a time-machine.
  • in the episode "The Stone of Wisdom" Title reference to the film: segment "THE STONE OF WISDOM TO THE FUTURE", Flicker copies Marty's pose and the DeLorean time machine appeared in the movie poster.
  • Dr. Emmett Brown's Brain-Analyzer is seen at the Royal Throne Room of Castle Camelhot
  • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 refers to the film
  • Dialogue for the movie by Flicker
  • Count Geoffrey's doomsday device assemble parts is shown, the poster for the film is seen.
  • Merle the Wizard mentions the movie by the so-called Mystical Spells.
  • Count Geoffrey pulls out his blueprints, they recognize it by noting "A time machine. Sure. Here's where the flux capacitor goes".
  • in the temple, which a shopping mall. Flicker looking at the iconic DeLorean time machine from this film, Flicker says: "Blazing Dragons! the DeLorean from Back to the Future that I'll drive this time-traveling vehicle in Camelhot with Princess Flame, that works with time travel."
  • When Flicker and Loungelot exiting the elevator and see The Stone of Wisdom at the 3rd floor, Sir Loungelot says: "Where are we, Flicker?" Flicker says: "The Question is, when are they?" just like Marty and Doc Brown in the movie.
  • Flicker says: "The Oracle said they need us to victory with one-point-twenty-one gigawatts of electricity!"
  • Evil Knight #1 references George McFly, one of the film's main characters
  • Sir Burnevere says that the Mystic Temple of the Mystic Monks of the Even More Mystic Misty Moors, where they will find the Stone of Wisdom and have to go Back to the future.
  • Duke Rudolph holding Dr. Emmett Brown's Brain-Anylazer from this movie
  • in the episode "Renaissance Dragon", Title reference: segment "BACK TO THE RENAISSANCE FUTURE".
    • At the very beginning, in Camelhot of 1985, Flamiano looking at the photo of the inventions at his Mansion, and drives off in the iconic DeLorean time machine. Flamiano says that he will go back in time in the space-time continuum, the time vehicle going up at 88mph with sparks and bluish white lights began to flash around the car and created three sonic booms disappeared in a brilliant flash of explosive light, leaves behind a pair of fire trails and the OUTATIME license plate falls off and spins around briefly one one of its corners in the same way that Dr. Emmett Brown sent Einstein one minute into the future.
    • When Flamiano arrives at his destination in Camelhot. There was the three sonic booms, The DeLorean Time Machine comes out and (while the track "DeLorean Revival" from the film score plays in the background). Then, the camera makes a close-up examination on the front of the DeLorean, Flamiano parked here and the car is covered in ice, just as it was after making its first time travel trip in the first movie. opens the Gull-Wing Door, gets off and close the gull-wing door. he says, "I'm a made a it!" Sir Burnevere on the top the balcony of Castle Camelhot with Squire Flicker. he says, "You mean to tell me, you built a time machine out of a Camelhot DeLorean?!" Flicker looking at Flamiano and the DeLorean Time Machine. he says, "The way I see it, if you're gonna build a time machine into a car why not do it with some style." Sir Galahot says to Flamiano, "Besides, the stainless, steel construction made the flux dispersal- of time-travel in the Back to the Future Movie Sir." But Suddenly, Cinder and Clinker using the twin-trumpet and Breaths Fire on Flamiano and Sir Loungelot says, "Blazing Dragons! the Time Machine works with 1.21 Gigawatts of Electricity in the DeLorean!" When Flamiano running so fast and enters Castle Camelhot and introduces his new inventions.
    • Mentioned in Dialogue by Duke Rudolph
    • Evil Knight #1 reading the Tales from Space comic, and the Tales from Space comic seen in this film.
    • When Flicker using Flamiano's invention; Glider = "Concord" to falls down and then he takes off into the sky and flies at the camera the same way the DeLorean did at the end of the film, But Suddenly Flicker crashing into Sir Loungelot's Room of Castle Camelhot.
    • Sir Loungelot says, "Hey you, get your darn hands off her!"
    • in Flicker's Laboratory of Castle Camelhot, the poster for the film and Dr. Emmett Brown's Brainwave Analyzer is seen.
    • Flamiano says: "I'll go back in time to the 50s and the 80s in the film "Renaissance to the Future" has the DeLorean time machine, the manure truck and the clocktower struck by lightning and send me Back to the Future in the Flux Capacitor."
    • Flicker, Princess Flame and King Allfire talk about the first, second and third Back to the Future movies in Castle Camelhot.
    • Count Geoffrey refers to the film.
    • When Flicker holding a flux capacitor for a time machine. he says to Princess Flame, "Maybe it has something to do with all this strange time traveling device?" Flicker holding the flux capacitor, looking at the main source of time travel, Flicker has a lightbulb lights up, the glowing Y and the electrical sounds appeared, similar to the one has the same fluxing in the film.
    • King Allfire pulls out a sketch of the Flux Capacitor on his hand and give to Sir Loungelot.
    • When Castle Guards using the binoculars the window on the balcony after Flicker and Princess Flame flies to the air. (while the track "Skateboard Chase" from the film score plays in the background) Flicker says: "Flame, let's go to see my latest invention." When Flicker and Princess Flame flies to the Laboratory. but Flamiano go straight down to the street and jumps up to the air flapping his arms to fly and landed into a catapult. he says: "I'm a going to a chasing the Assistant is great a genius to a.... using a catapult to fly into the a air." When Flamiano activating a catapult and flies off to the village. he says: "I'm a Prepared for a Camelahot and Going to Threadabare Castle." but Flamiano attempt to fly, King Allfire and Queen Griddle standing at the ramparts, King Allfire looking at Flamiano at the sky. Queen Griddle says: "What? Have you lost you're senses! this Manure of Camelhot is up here to the village and the classical statues is isn't that right Allfire?" King Allfire says: "Ah, Griddle, sorry my dear. Flamiano Is about the crowning touch of Camelhot's Renaissance, but he's attempt to fly and in the pile of manure in the evil Count Geoffrey's "discount fertilizer" is far up from here and including the King's classical statues." but Flamiano started to fall, land in a pile and getting covered in manure with the sign on the top it says, Count Geoffrey’s "discount fertilizer" much like Biff Tannen and his cronies. When Count Geoffrey puts the manure on the shovel and put right here on the top and put the manure on Flamiano, he says to Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3. "Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3. I Have a Plan, this is the place of manure it call it, Count Geoffrey’s "discount fertilizer" and to Make Sure Merle the Wizard to use spells of magic and pour the manure like in the Back to the Future movie with the manure truck."
    • When King Allfire of Camelhot talking to Count Geoffrey about the dangers of altered the timeline in Camelhot to Castle Threadbare, he says: "Count Geoffrey, what's the meaning of this?" Similar manner to the one that Doc Brown pulls out a Letter to Marty McFly in the Clocktower scene in the first movie.
    • Flamiano's Future self wearing a lab coat, the scientific goggles and a wig Just Like that Dr. Emmett Brown was, also a voice actor played Flamiano in the series. he says: "Great Scott! the time machine worked in the trilogy in a DeLorean." Flamiano talking to his future self about the second season of the dragon knights of the square table are in danger. he says: "Wait a Minute Doc, What a are you talking a about? what a happens to the dragon knights of Season 2?" Flamiano's Future self talking to his past self have to save the Dragon Knights of Camelhot, before Queen Griddle Comes in Flicker's Laboratory. he says: "Oh, whoa! whoa, Both you with the Dragon Knights of the Square Table and Flicker is simply make him Loungelot's Squire again, I'm Off of the classic film Back to the future!"
    • Count Geoffrey says to Evil Knight #2 explains that time travel in their universe does not work the same way as Back to the Future.
    • Sir Loungelot says to Flicker: "The DeLorean time machine is part of all three Back to the Future movies, Flicker."
    • When Flamiano leaves Camelhot using the DeLorean Time Machine with his future self and putting all the trash in the Mr. Fusion home energy reactor generator of Camelhot. (while the track "Back To The Future" from the film score plays in the background) Flamiano says: "I'm driving the a time-traveling DeLorean from a Back to the Future a Movie." Cinder and Clinker opens the Gull-Wing doors from the DeLorean time machine, Cinder turns on the engine and Clinker turns on the time circuit display. Cinder says: "Huzzah! Huzzah! I say!." Clinker says: "The Royal DeLorean Time Machine has cometh and the Flux Capacitor is the main source of time travel in the movie." Flamiano and his future self looking at the DeLorean and the time circuit display is turn on. Flamiano punching in Camelhot; the distant future and motions to the Flux Capacitor. King Allfire, Queen Griddle, Sir Galahot, Sir Hotbreath, Sir Burnevere, Sir Blaze, Sir Loungelot, Cinder and Clinker, Princess Flame and Flicker standing in the ramparts. Flamiano from the future says: "Well, I guess we have to go back to the future." then Flamiano and his future self takes off and travels to the future in the DeLorean. they hop onto the time machine, close the gull-wing doors, the wheels fold into the hover conversion, and it flies away, swings back and goes right toward the camera and disappears leaves fiery tracks on the sky, then Flicker and Princess Flame looks using the binoculars to see Castle Threadbare.
    • At the very end, in the Royal Throne Room, King Allfire, Queen Griddle, Sir Galahot, Sir Hotbreath, Sir Burnevere, Sir Blaze, Sir Loungelot, Cinder and Clinker, Princess Flame and Flicker is sitting on the seats watching this movie with Sir Burnevere is drinking a soda with Sir Galahot eating a long meatball sandwich, with Sir Blaze is eating a burger, Sir Loungelot is eating a big size Cookie, Sir Hotbreath eating a Popcorn and finally, Princess Flame and Flicker eating some chicken drumstick shapes of Camelhot.
  • in the episode "EXCALIBROKE", When Sir Loungelot walks outside and raises Excaliburn, yelling that he'll get revenge on the Lady of the Lake and says, "I'll get you for this, Mother!!" a Lightning strike onto him with Excaliburn and fixes it, (presumably caused by the Lady of the Lake) similar manner to lightning striking on a Clocktower that Dr. Emmett Brown connecting the electrical cables in the clock tower scene from the first film.
    • When Flicker and Loungelot flies back home to Castle Camelhot from the Temple of Sword repair in the sky. Flicker says: "Milord, If you want to go Back in Time in my Greatest Invention of 1.21 gigawatts of electricity, and King Allfire pulls out the sword and the stone with Excaliburn, other Dragon Knights fighting into a downward spiral into a oblivion, the Dreaded Count Geoffrey about to Sieged into Camelhot with the flux capacitor and the time machine settings?" Sir Loungelot says, "Flicker, that's from Back to the Future."
    • In the flashback, where Flamiano rides a car in Camelhot, the iconic DeLorean time machine. the car accelerates at 88mph, several coils around the body glow blue/white while a burst of light appears in front of it. the time vehicle which vanished in a brilliant flash of light, leaves behind a pair of two trails of long flaming tire tracks and the OUTATIME license plate falls off and spins around briefly on one of its corners.
    • The scene where Sir Burnevere holding a Back to the Future-style broadsword.
      • When King Allfire holding a photo of the DeLorean time machine. King Allfire says, "You Know Puff, this photo of the time machine built into the DeLorean from Back to the Future?" Princess Flame says, "Father, that was Flicker built inventions in Camelhot, just like Dr. Emmett Brown built a time machine out of a DeLorean from Back to the Future."
      • Sir Loungelot says: "The time portal follows Knights of the Square Table as opposed to Back to the Future rules, or Time Rider, but that was just silly."
      • Flicker says: "Time Circuits, blinker lights, smoke bomb, Overhead array switch, T.F.C. Drive Switch, flux capacitor... Rear Venting System, Wheels, the keypad, plutonium, the DeLorean time machine!"
      • When Flicker and Loungelot at Ollie's bridge, Flicker using the binoculars to see the Temple of Sword Repair in the sky with Sir Loungelot, when Flicker saves Loungelot from getting hit by a large chunk of stone, just like Marty saves George from getting hit by a car when he falls out of the tree while spying on Lorraine.
      • Flicker says: "Milord, What would Duke Rudolph do? Steal the DeLorean and time-travel back to 1985 in this movie?"
      • Mentioned in dialogue by Sir Loungelot: "You might recognized the clock tower from Back to the Future! Well, almost that clocktower in Camelhot with Count Geoffrey connected the cables and lighting strike on the top of the Courthouse of the Village."
      • Queen Griddle says: "We have to go to "Enchantment Under the Sea" dance in my new dress for the movie Back to the Future!"
      • King Allfire to Sir Burnevere: "...and Count Geoffrey combats this by listening to Marty McFly's tape collection, Sir Burnevere."
        • Cinder and Clinker pulls out A Match Made in Space book by George McFly.
        • Sir Blaze: DeLorean, time travel.
        • Sir Loungelot reacts angrily to an accusation of cowardice just as Marty did constantly
        • Loungelot's brother Murray discussing the film
        • Sir Loungelot: "Where's Doc Brown when you need him?"
  • In the episode "Single Green Dragon", the poster for the film is seen at a casino of Camelhot while Sir Loungelot wins a lot of money gambling on the slot machines.
  • Count Geoffrey says that he goes back in time and accidentally interferes with his parents' first meeting.
  • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 referenced this movie in Castle Threadbare
  • King Allfire mentioned this during discussion with Sir Galahot and Sir Hotbreath
  • The Wandering Minstrel mentions the film while playing the Camelhot banjo in every episode 
  • Duke Rudolph dresses like Marty McFly in one scene
  • Princess Flame refers to the film
  • Flicker quoting this movie in dialogue
  • Sir Burnevere says that Flicker and Princess Flame would go takes place to the Enchantment Under The Sea dance in the so-called 1950's in Back to the Future.
  • Sir Hotbreath discussing the film while using a Broadsword for the Knights of the Square Table
  • Cinder and Clinker says that in order to make the time machine work, a lightning strike is needed in this movie
  • Queen Griddle mentions this movie to King Allfire
  • Merle the Wizard claims a voot-suit resembles Doc Brown
  • Sir Galahot mentions the flux capacitor, and Sir Blaze says the movie name.
  • Chancellor talks about the film while including of the Code of Chivalry
  • At the end of the episode, King Don and Cowsius Clay drives a DeLorean reaching warp-speed at 88mph, Right after the car disappears leaving a pair of fire trails and the license plate remains, spinning, just like in Back to the Future.
  • In the 2000 animated movie "Blazing Dragons: The Movie", Count Geoffrey mentions the DeLorean with Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3, and both movies have the number 88 as an important plot point
  • Sir Galahot says to King Allfire about the DeLorean time machine will have to go faster than it ever had before in this movie, which driving at 88 mph and going to time-travel
  • The poster for the film is seen, Sir Burnevere is talking about Flux Capacitor and 1.21 gigawatts for time-travel featured in this movie
  • Sir Loungelot: "And I suggest they're not trying to steal plutonium from this car, which is obviously a DeLorean?"
  • Princess Flame says to Flicker that Marty McFly going back in time to 1955 and return to 1985 in a DeLorean, they go back to the future with Doc Brown
  • Evil Knight #1 says to Count Geoffrey: "Right in the flux capacitor!"
  • Mentioned by Sir Hotbreath
  • Evil Spy holding a letter for Count Geoffrey is similar to Dr. Emmett Brown's letter in this film
  • Count Geoffrey imitates Biff Tannen by saying: "Why don't you make like a tree and get out of here?"
  • Queen Griddle talked about this movie during in the same quest every year in Castle Camelhot
  • The Wandering Minstrel refers to the film while playing a banjo
  • Duke Rudolph recalls seeing this movie at a drive-in when he was a kid.
  • Merle the Wizard pulls out the sketch of a flux capacitor and says: "This is what makes time travel possible, the flux capacitor." in the same line for Dr. Emmett Brown in this movie
  • The Tales from Space book Issue #1 is seen briefly appears at "Merle the Wizard's Cavern of Despair & Occult Museum".
  • Evil Knight #2 quoted in dialogue
  • Chancellor referenced this movie on the Code of Chivalry
  • Flicker: How is it that time machine can still built into a DeLorean, yet it is so from Back to the Future?
  • The flux capacitor is seen at Flicker's Laboratory of Castle Camelhot for a brief moment with Sir Loungelot
  • Evil Knight #3 says in dialogue
  • King Don and Cowsius Clay discuss the film
  • The scene where Sir Blaze get away from Evil Black Knight in the staff car spoofs the skateboard/manure scene from Back to the Future.
  • King Allfire and Queen Griddle discuss the film.
  • Cinder and Clinker holding the Zip-lining down from the electrical-cables and hooked the cables up properly.
  • Evil Black Knight open the time portal, as he enter the time portal and sent back to 1985; the same timeline that features in this film.
  • Princess Flame unknowingly develops a crush on Flicker, just like a young Lorraine unknowingly develops a crush on her future son.
  • Count Geoffrey pulls out his broadsword, Count Geoffrey says "Where we are going, we don't need battle."
  • At the end of the movie, The Wandering Minstrel sitting on a chair in Castle Camelhot, The Wandering Minstrel says: "Fads and fashions go, what's in today, tomorrow is old, Metal plants are quite the rage way way back in the middle age, You modern folk Mike laughs it's true, but wait till your ancestors get a load of you and the time-travellers appeared in Back to the Future."
  • During the after-credits scene, Duke Rudolph riding in the van inspired of the DeLorean time machine. he appears telling something to the viewers (in Marty McFly's 1985 outfit), when the van drives away quickly and disappear in a flash, leaving a pair of fire trails behind and Count Geoffrey appears saying that time travel is possible in Back to the Future.
  • In Garfield and Friends, the U.S. Acres episode "Quack to the Future" is a spoof of Back to the Future.
  • In the 2007 Doctor Who episode "The Shakespeare Code", the Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) uses Back to the Future to explain how time can be changed to his companion Martha Jones.
  • In the 2006 film Idiocracy, After Joe escapes prison and is running down the street, he passes a burned out carcas of a time-traveling DeLorean with the signature Back to the Future (1985) booster engines in the back.
  • Kanye West's song "Good Morning" Dropout Bear drives around in the DeLorean time machine from this film.
  • In an episode of Drawn Together "Captain Girl", Wooldoor Sockbat says: "Great Scott! Marty McFly sent this letter to Doc Brown featured in the first Back to the Future movie in 1985, to the Wooldelorean!" When Wooldoor Sockbat takes off in a time traveling car called the Wooldelorean. Right after the car disappears leaving behind a pair of fire trails and the license plate spinning, another Sockbat, clad in Western gear, runs up behind where the car was, then fades out of existence. When Wooldoor arrives at his destination, the car is covered in ice, just as it was after making its first time travel trip in the first movie. He also runs over a male and female Sockbat, implying that their deaths erased the first Sockbat.
  • In “1977 2000”, a second-season episode of Get a Life, Chris Peterson investigates ways he could time travel, he should use to fix his friend Gus' past. One of the potential time machines he considers is seen having the DeLorean time machine in his driveway, but he does not decides to use it because the left blinker is out, and a hand signal at that speed would ruin his Lee Press-On nails. Instead, at failed attempts of Chris chooses to make a drink he calls "time juice", and one of the ingredients is a lock of Michael J. Fox's hair, but also it has a flux capacitor is seen in the DeLorean time machine.
    • The Futurama episode titled Roswell that Ends Well bears heavy similarities with the plot of Back to the Future.
  • In an episode of Glenn Martin, DDS. "Amish Anguish", when the Martins are leaving the Amish town, as they drove theirselves to 88 miles per hour and they're going back to the future; after which the RV disappears, leaving behind a pair of fire trails and the license plate falls off and spins around briefly on one of its corners, just like in Back to the Future.
  • In the Cartoon Network's animated series Regular Show.
    • in the episode "Skips vs. Technology",  Skips rides in a DeLorean, the car only appears to be traveling through time.
      • In some episodes, there is a mall called the "Two Peaks Mall", a parody of "Twin Pines Mall"
      • In the episode "Skips' Story", Skips helped set up a dance which was called "Enchantment Under the Sea."
      • In Regular Show: The Christmas Special, At the very end as Santa's sleigh zooms off into the night and disappeared in the film's finale, his sleigh skids leave parallel twin fiery trails reminiscent of those left by Marty McFly and Doc Brown's DeLorean.
      • In the episode “A Skips in Time”, Techmo’s stormchasing car/time machine resembles the DeLorean, with its gull-wing doors and ability to fly. At the end of the episode, Techmo and the car vanish as if they’d disappeared into a new time period.
      • In Regular Show: The Movie, the ball-shaped time machine invented by Mordecai and Rigby is powered by plutonium, similar to the DeLorean in the first film.
      • Techmo’s DeLorean makes another appearance in this special episode, now with laser blasters and the ability to fly with the hover converted wheels.
  • In the Animated Disney Movie Aladdin, at the end of the "One Step" chase, the guards falls down, land in a pile and getting covered in manure with the sign on the top says, Crazy Hakim's "discount fertilizer" much like Biff Tannen and his cronies.
  • During the car chase between the heroes and the weasels in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, When the Toon Patrol paddy wagon speed towards Benny, Smarty (the weasel driving the paddy wagon) says "I'm gonna ram him!". In Back to the Future, Biff Tannen says this, during the skateboard chase where Marty hangs onto the front of Biff's convertible, And when Judge Doom tells Eddie, Roger and Jessica about his plan to bulldoze Toontown and build a freeway in its place, he gloats about "Tire salons, automobile dealerships and wonderful, wonderful billboards reaching as far as the eye can see". In Back to the Future, Doc tells Marty that Old Man Peabody planted pine trees on his ranch "as far as the eye can see". Ironically, Judge Doom and Doc Brown were both played by Christopher Lloyd.
    • In Mater's Tall Tales, in the episode "Time Travel Mater", Mater's time traveling ability is similar to the DeLorean, except he sneezes instead of going up to 88 mph to activate the clock on his nose (which plays the role of the flux capacitor) that instantly makes him travel through time and he makes only one flash of light and when he lands in the past or future.
    • In the Hannah Montana episode "The Way We Almost Weren't", Just like Marty McFly, Miley and Jackson time-travel back to the diner where Robbie met their mother for the first time. When they accidentally interfere with the initial encounter, Jackson's disappearance mimics that of Marty's older siblings. They spend the rest of the episode trying to make their parents meet so that they are actually born.
    • In The Simpsons: Road Rage video game, Professor Frink dialogue references plot elements of the film
  • In an episode of YTV's Show Viva Piñata, "Too Many Fergys", Les Galagoogoo riding the van across Piñata Island, with the lightning-bolt-shaped-portal-like-time-machine with a lot of clocks on the top comes out and Fergy accidentally sent back in time just like Marty McFly. at the end of the episode, Les Galagoogoo puts away the time machine in his van, drives to the bush of Piñata Island and leaves behind a pair of two trails of fiery tire tracks.
  • In the 2002 animated Disney movie, "Lilo and Stitch", in this scene where Stitch, who is drove the tanker truck to the Volcano National Park, before the tanker truck lands into a molten lava, Immediately afterwards leaving a trail of flaming tire tracks
  • The Disney Channel series Phineas and Ferb has an episode where the title characters build a "Flying Car of the Future Today" out of their mom's station wagon. Candace and Jeremy later use it on the way to rescue Phineas and Ferb, with the music in the background resembling the Back to the Future theme before they crash it.
  • An earlier episode has Candace walking into Jeremy's house dressed like Marty in his hazmat suit.
  • In the episode, "Phineas and Ferb's Quatom Boogaloo", As she travels through time, Candace says, "Back to the future."
  • In the episode "It's About Time!", Candace asks, "You mean to tell me, you built a time machine that has to be plugged in?!", which references the Back To The Future line "Are you telling me you built a time machine.. out of a DeLorean?"
  • The episode "Journey to the Bottom of Buford" focuses on the kids retrieving Buford Van Stomm's pet goldfish, named Biff. The fish's name and Buford's possibly refer to Biff and Buford.
  • In the episode, "It's a Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud, Mud World", the fire trails left by Phineas and Ferb's toy monster trucks as they exit light speed mirrors the fire trails left by the DeLorean time machine when it makes a time jump in the Back to the Future franchise.
  • in the 1997 video "A Kid in Aladdin's Palace", Like all 3 movies of the Aladdin trilogy from Disney came out in 1992, the villain in Back to the Future is buried in manure.
  • Phil of the Future features a family who is from 2121 in the 2004 TV Series on Disney Channel. The series finale episode is called "Back to the Future (not the movie)." is the title reference to the film.
  • In the 2003 holiday movie Elf, When the sleigh takes off from Central Park at high speeds, the rocket booster falls off and flies in the air, there is a bum laying on a park bench with a boombox around his neck who sits up as the sleigh goes by. This is same scenario happened in Back to the Future with the DeLorien.
  • In an episode of Fairly Odd Parents, Timmy Turner travels back in time to the 1980's on a time scooter. Just before he arrives there, the iconic DeLorean time machine can be seen driving off and disappearing leaving a pair of fire trails behind.
  • In the episode "9 Lives!/Dread 'n' Breakfast", Timmy Turner uses a DeLorean as a time-machine
  • in the episode "Father Time", The Time Scooter's exit and entrance are a reference to the DeLorean time machine's exit and entrance.
  • In the episode "Moooving Day", Timmy, Cosmo and Wanda gets on his electric scooter. turns on, one of the display on a screen says 'Flux Capacitor'. That is what makes time travel possible in 'Back to the Future'.
  • In the episode "Cheese and Crockers/Land Before Timmy", Cosmo and Wanda's wands require 1.21 "Wishowatts" of power to undo the wish, so they used lightning strike similar to Back to the Future.
  • In the live-action telefilm adaptation A Fairly Odd Movie: Grow Up, Timmy Turner!, as Timmy, Tootie, and the fairies drive off in the Wishful Thinking van, it takes off into the sky and flies at the camera at the end of this movie is a direct parody of the ending of Back to the Future.
  • Also, in "Wishology Part 1", Timmy Turner and Jorgen Von Strangle escape from Timmy's world to Fairy World via Jorgen's fairy motorcycle, they leave fire trails on the ground leading to the wall of the Dimmsdale Mall, the fire trails which meant to mimic the DeLorean; however, the pair of fire trails only appears when the DeLorean disappears into a new time period.
  • In the episode "Turning Into Turner/The Wand That Got Away", Cosmo references Doc Brown's "Where we're going we don't need roads" line.
  • In the episode "Engine Blocked", When Mr. Turner breaks off the handle bars to the scooter and starts skate boarding, it makes a reference to the movie.
  • In the episode "Fairy Idol", When Timmy Turner Clone drinking some fishbowl tea and spits on Cosmo and Wanda, Cosmo says: "Nobody calls Wanda fat except my mother, and me that one time and I'll never make that mistake again!" Cosmo has a similar reaction to what Marty McFly has when people call him a chicken.
  • In the episode "Timmy's Secret Wish", when everyone becomes younger again, we see Timmy's parents change, and it says "Back to Normal", in the same style of the Back to the Future logo.
  • in the episode "Odd Squad", Cosmo says: "Laws? Where we're going, we don't need laws" is a reference to Doc Brown's quote "Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads" from the end of Back to the Future.
  • In the episode "Merry Wishmas", when Mr. Turner says, "Great Scott!" it is a reference to the one of Doc's catchphrase.
  • In the episode "Cosmo Con", the 2015 DeLorean appears extremely briefly.
  • In the 2003 movie Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over, in the scene where the Spy Kids characters riding the Cycle-Race vehicles at the Mega-Race in the game world, leaves behind of fiery spark were left, acting as the time-traveling DeLorean flaming tire tracks.
  • In the 1998 video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the DeLorean time machine appears in this game.
  • In the 2000 computer-animated movie Chicken Run, When the Pie Machine's cables that Mr. Tweedy hooks the cables up properly is similar to Dr. Emmett Brown connecting the electrical cables hooked up on the top of the Clocktower.
  • When Mrs. Tweedy enters the pie machine room and opens the doors, the lightning strike is seen, in Back to the Future with the lightning strike on the Clock-Tower.
  • Fowler riding the crate (airplane) going fast on the ground, including the wheels rolling just like the wheels from the DeLorean time machine in the movie "Back to the Future".
  • Fowler in the crate (airplane) and says to Mac, "Great Scott!" just like Doc Brown's line.
  • When Mr. Tweedy tries to turn on the Pie Machine, but it wouldn't start. Mr. Tweedy says: "Come on! Please." Mr. Tweedy fixing the Pie Machine and turns on, similar to Marty McFly tries to start the DeLorean time machine from this film.
  • Mr. Tweedy's hairstyle from this movie has George McFly's hairstyle from Back to the Future.
  • When Ginger holding the Christmas lights on both hands, she let go the half of the Christmas lights and Mrs. Tweedy falls down on the air. then, Fowler pulls the levers down and the (crate) airplane flies into the sky. he says: "Bombs away!" and the Back to the Future theme song plays in the background. when Mrs. Tweedy enters the Pie Machine interior, stucked and the gravy rises up. then, Mr. Tweedy enters inside and steps back, closes the door in the Pie Machine room, with the Pie Machine blows up and the chocolate dripping in the front door, Mr. Tweedy opens the door again and reveals that Mrs. Tweedy is covered in gravy, just like Biff Tannen and his cronies with the manure. Mr. Tweedy says, "I told you they was organised."
  • In the cartoon episode of Danny Phantom, entitled "Double-Cross My Heart", a book store is depicted and the title of one book in the store is entitled "A Match Made in Space" and is written by George McFly, If Danny's voice sounds similar to that of Marty McFly from the animated series, it's because David Kaufman has done both roles.
  • Issue #259 of the VG Cats webcomic; Sunglasses, down vest, make like a tree, DeLorean time machine, abortion? (???)
  • In an episode of Pokémon: The Abridged Series has satired Back to the Future, with a girl telling Ash to defeat his future self after he became obsessed with fighting Pokémon thirty years ago, simultaneously parodying the events of lightning striking the clock tower in Hill Valley and Biff Tannen rising to power in 1985A.
  • An episode of Pokémon: Master Quest was titled "Xatu the Future".
  • The sound effect that is used for the DeLorean entering one time period from another (three bursts of energy), from the first experiment, at Twin Pines Mall, can be heard in multiple episodes, often when dealing with electrical attacks. The sound of the DeLorean revving its engine, shortly before it's revealed in the first film, can be heard in the episode "Arriving In Style". Some episodes also use the Star Wars sound effect for a lightsaber emitting the light blade.
  • In the anime episode, Kira Kira Happy ★ Hirake! Cocotama "Where Are We Going? Cocotama World", the Cocotamas modify their bus in the hopes of entering the Cocotama World. The modified bus contains design ques from the DeLorean Time Machine, most evident in the inclusion of the cooling fins. On their first arrived the bus disappears, leaves two trails of flaming tyre marks, much like the DeLorean does when it travels through time.
  • In "Peter", the 16th episode of the second season of the American television series Fringe, September meets with his associates, August and December, outside of a movie theater in an alternate dimension. The movie that is listed on the theater in this alternate dimension in 1985 is Back to the Future, Starring Eric Stoltz.[1]
  • At the end of an episode of Total Drama Action "2008: A Space Owen", when Harold got eliminated and taken to the Lame-O-Sine. it then drove off and disappeared, leaving behind two trails of fire and the license plate, which spun around for a while before falling down.
  • The Spanish band Delorean name themselves after the movies time travelling DMC-12.
  • Family Guy has made frequent references to the film:
    • In the 2007 episode "Meet the Quagmires," Brian explains how the future changed a la Doc Brown. Brian takes over the dance band and plays "Earth Angel" while Peter proposes to Lois, and then when prompted, he says, "Here's a song by a gay guy," before starting to play "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley. The injured bandleader, Rick's cousin "Marvin Astley" calls him up to listen to the song. The scene is a spoof on the performance of "Earth Angel" and "Johnny B. Goode" at the Enchantment Under the Sea dance.
    • In the 2008 episode "Baby Not On Board", Peter rides to school on his skateboard. This is basically a shot-by-shot remake of the scene from the first film, including the soundtrack The Power of Love.
    • A flux capacitor is a key component part of Stewie Griffin's time machine in the 1999 episode, "Mind Over Murder". When Stewie builds a time machine. When someone finds his drawings, they recognize it by noting and says "A time machine. Sure. Here's where the flux capacitor goes".
    • Stewie's newer model time machine's has the flux capacitor on here, his newer model's return pad runs on uranium in a cylinder similar to the plutonium from the first film in "Road to Germany". Also in this episode, while being chased by Nazis, Stewie breaks the vegetable's vendor cart to make a skateboard just as Marty McFly did in the first film; Parodying the almost identical scene in the first film, which uses the same music, when the Nazis' car catches up to Stewie's scooter, placing him in imminent jeopardy, Stewie lets the skateboard travel under the car while he runs over the top of the Nazis' heads to retrieve the skateboard at the back end, causing the Nazis to turn around to watch and then crash into the back of a truck filled with manure, which as a result of the impact dislodges and covers them. When Brian and Stewie arrived in the past, the motorcycle skid to a stop leaving twin trails of fire. the fire trails which meant to mimic the DeLorean time machine in Back to the Future; however, the pair of fire trails only appears when the DeLorean disappears into a new time period.
    • in the 2005 episode "The Perfect Castaway", Peter Griffin builds a time machine out of a DeLorean and intends to travel to the past. He crashes into a wall right after starting the car and gets out. When the people run out of the mall in flames, and says: "Wow. everyone in 1955 on fire! I never knew that."
    • in the 2000 episode "If I'm Dyin', I'm Lyin", Peter Griffin remembers his cousin Rufus, who starred in a series of blaxploitation films including "Black to the Future" (said to be "from the people who brought you CaddyblackBlackdraft, and Black Kramer vs. Kramer"). The DeLorean time machine, meeting up with his teenager mother, and performing at the school dance are spoofed in the scene.
    • In the episode "The Juice Is Loose", while Stewie is stuck on the roof, Marty McFly appears, shouting "I have to tell you about the future. On the night I go back-". Stewie interrupts him: "Wait wait wait, no no no, hold on right there Michael. I have to tell you about your future."
    • In the episode "Three Kings", Cleveland mentions Marty McFly in the 'Stand by Me' segment.
    • In the episode "Back to the Pilot", This title is a reference/spoof of the first Back to the Future movie.
    • In the episode "A Fistful of Meg", "What's going on? Did that kid from the future come back?"
    • In the episode "Encyclopedia Griffin", Huey Lewis And The Jews perform "Power Of Love" from this movie in a cutaway.
    • In the episode "#JOLO", The reactions to Joe zip-lining down from the cable car spoof the reactions to Marty's skateboard in 1955.
    • In the episode "Finders Keepers", Cutaway scene
    • In the episode "Peter's Sister", Cutaway Joke
  • In The Suite Life on Deck episode "International Dateline", the S.S. Tipton is repeatedly struck by lightning while crossing the International Dateline and sent a few hours back in time, creating a temporal loop. Lightning induced time travel is a major plot point in Back to the Future that mimicking the DeLorean and the clocktower.
  • In the cult film Donnie Darko, a film that uses time travel as a key theme, there is a scene between Donnie and his science teacher when they are discussing the possibility of time travel, and Donnie cheekily refers to the DeLorean.
  • In the 30-minute short film "Passion to the Max", The DeLorean time machine appeared in this film. In addition, the DeLorean speeds fast at 88 mph and travels through time, leaving a pair of fire trails behind and the license plate, which spun around for a while before falling down.
  • In the Drake & Josh TV special, Merry Christmas Drake & Josh, At a parade, Crazy Steve pulls up to Drake and Josh's float in a DeLorean DMC-12. Then, the camera makes a close-up examination on the front of the DeLorean similar to the one seen in Back to the Future. When Steve gets back into the car, he immediately drives away. When the car drives away, the license plate falls off, spins and then drops flat onto the ground.
  • In the 2006 Disney-Pixar movie "Cars", Lightning McQueen calls, "Doc, doc wait!" as Doc Hudson heads back to Radiator Springs after racing around the desert, similar to how Marty yells to Doc at the Twin Pines Mall when they are being attacked by the Libyans.
  • In the Wizards of Waverly Place episode "Franken-Girl", Justin uses the electrical current of "one-point-twenty one-gigawatts" from his wand to bring Franken-Girl to life.
  • In an episode of Shaun the Sheep: "Bitzer from the Black Lagoon", Shaun cannot start the farmers truck and hits his head on the horn to get it started.
  • In the racing videogame "Midnight Club: Los Angeles Complete Edition", there are several movie posters throughout the game's rendition of 110 Freeway which advertise a Sci-Fi movie titled "Back to the Future" on a billboard in the top.
    • The power stations of Los Angeles which have the label "1.21 Gigawatts" which is a clear reference to the amount of electricity needed for the time travel.
    • Pete mentioned the DeLorean
    • The L.A. City Champ, Booke discuss the film
    • Marty McFly mentioned by Chung Hee
    • Lester discussing the flux capacitor
    • Julian uses Back to the Future to explain how time travel can be changed in the Hollywood Race.
    • Doc is named after the ingenious time-traveling inventor Dr. Emmett Brown from the Back to the Future trilogy.
    • The Garage shows statistics about each of the vehicles available in the game, including the DeLorean time machine (Powered by the plutonium-fueled nuclear reactor) from the first Back to the Future.
    • The theme from the movie "Back to the Future" briefly plays.
    • Mentioned in dialogue by Victor: "The starting line is just like like in the time-travel film back to the future."
    • The book store has A Match Made in Space by George McFly.
    • Karol talks about this movie while asking Player to get $1 million dollars to help co-own his two garages with him for his business
    • The game features many references to Back to the Future, which in the form of dialogue by Police Radio Traffic. Some examples are, "What did I tell you!?! Eighty-eight miles per hour!!!" and "It works! Ha ha, it works! I finally invented something that works."
    • A film festival of all three "Back to the Future" movies is seen at Hollywood Boulevard.
    • Police Car Pack accidentally drove the gas tanks and explode in Business District to Sunset Strip. This is same scenario happened in Back to the Future with the DeLorien.
    • The "Tales from Space" comic book from this movie appears in the Avenue of the Stars
    • Marcel uses the dialogue as Dr. Emmett Brown by saying: "Great Scott!"
  • When Protagonist riding in the Buick Grand National across Los Angeles. the car has the same time-travel capabilities as the DeLorean time machine, it shows the bumper sticker in the back has the Back to the Future logo. the wiring around the car are on the outside, the gauge meters in the cockpit resemble the ones (including the alarm clock), the "Midnight Club"-shaped rocket engines appear in the back of the vehicle that in the same postion as the Rear Venting System, a device in the cabin called the "flux capacitor", time circuits, and the digital 88 speedometer are featured. when Protagonist pulls down the six speed stick and floors the gas, the vehicle drove off in the speed of light, the rocket cloud smoke bursts out, the car going fast at the highest top speed, the coils would glow in a fluorescent flash of blue light, internal circuits glowed, and the flux capacitor fired rapidly. the special ability EMP comes out with electric shocks in the front of the vehicle, the car seemed to explode and vanishing into thin air, leaves a pair of fiery tire tracks behind and the license plate spins around and falls to the ground.     
  • In the 2003 movie Kopps, the last scene, when those two guys get into a police car (a Volvo V70) that has been modified into the DeLorean Pizza car. they back up, the wheels fold into a hover conversion, and it flies away, swings back and goes right toward the camera.
  • In the 2007 Animated Disney Movie "Meet the Robinsons", car based time machine affecting present by permitting to alter events in the past, and picture of flying delorian seen in Lewis' notebook when he has his adoption interview.
  • In the 2015 animated film; Home, the characters Tip and Oh have a slushy-powered, apparently sentient car named the Slushious. When the Slushious blasts away from the gas station, the license plate spins around and falls to the ground, similar to Back to the Future.
  • In the video game Sam and Max: Chariots of the Dogs, when Sam looks at the coat hanger in the future office he says "Where we're going, we don't need... coats", In Back to the Future (1985), Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd) says, "Where we're going, we don't need roads."
  • In an episode of Rocko's Modern Life: "Cabin Fever/Rinse and Spit", when Filburt runs upstairs to the roof to save Rocko, he says to the Giant Tooth, "Hey, you, get your darn hands off of him!" spoofing George McFly rescuing Lorraine from Biff in Back to the Future.
  • In Raving Rabbids: Travel in Time, the washing machine-like time machine has several functions that are like the DeLorean, including the flux capacitor, time circuits, and the speedometer.
  • The time washing machine also appears in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle where an accident with an invention called the SupaMerge helmet causes it to fuse the Super Mario world and Rabbids world into one.
  • In an episode of The Tick: Couples, Friendly Fire invites the Tick and Arthur to a film festival of all three "Back to the Future" movies.
  • In the 2001 episode of Spaced: "Change", When Amber runs away, a California license plate door sign ("AMBER'S ROOM") spins on the ground, in the same way (also the same design) as the licence plate from the DeLorean does when it time travels.
  • In an episode of Danger 5: Super Dead, Roller coaster reaches 88 mph and travels through time, leaves two streaks of flames.
  • In the 2004 movie Christmas Ape, Wake up scene, Skateboarding scene, flying car, time travel.
  • In Transformers: Rescue Bots, a solar powered DeLorean is seen in the episodes “Hotshots”, “The Other Doctor”, “Time After Time”, and “Hot Rod Bot”. Invented by Dr. Greene, this version of the DeLorean features green fluid tubes around the car’s body resembling the wiring on the outside, a round core connected to these tubes is in the same position as the flux capacitor, the gauge meters in the cockpit resemble the ones (including the alarm clock) seen on the inside of the DeLorean time machine.
  • The car was later end up flattened by the MorBot in the episode “The Other Doctor”, but the flux-capacitor can be seen in this episode.
  • However, in the episode “Time After Time” Dr. Greene has either rebuilt the vehicle, or built a new one. He used it to drive to a clock tower dedication.
  • In the episode "Hot Rod Bot", the car was involved in a test using a remote controlled device meant to speed up cars, similar to how Doc Brown controlled the DeLorean in the first film.
  • In the 2002 animated TV Movie Inspector Gadget's Last Case: Claw's Revenge, One of the cars in the junkyard boast of being a time machine.
  • In the 1995 Disney-Pixar's first computer animated movie "Toy Story", Rex quotes George McFly, by saying "I just don't think I could take that kind of rejection!" and "I don't like confrontations!".
  • In the 2004 film The Polar Express which also directed by Robert Zemeckis, the flux capacitor can be seen in the train at a certain point
  • In the 1997 short "Five Men and a Limo", The Limousine drove fast on the road and the music in the background that resembling the Back to the Future theme.
  • In the 1996 spy action comedy film "The Secret Agent Club", The license plate of Ray's Volvo falls off and spins around in the same fashion of the time-traveling DeLorean's license plate.

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  • In the 2015 animated film Shaun the Sheep Movie, Marty McFly's hoverboard can be seen in the Animal Charity Second Hand Clothing Store.
  • In the 2005 television series Eureka Seven, References of flying DeLorean, the distant future, 1950-2000 Grays Sports Almanac book, flying cars, Alternate Timeline and Hoverboards.
  • In the 2004 movie Christmas Ape, time travel, actors playing dual roles, Sports Almanac, hoverboards, flying cars and 1985-A is featured.
  • The 2007 movie Knocked Up Ben Stone and Paul Rudd's character discuss Back to the Future, the car and specific lines that Doc Brown says during a nice dinner including lines and references from all three films
    • In the 2007 Doctor Who episode "Blink", minutes after the disappearance of character Cathy Nightingale, her grandson delivers a letter to Sally Sparrow, a letter entrusted to him 20 years previously, explaining Cathy's disappearance to the year 1920 and her subsequent life, despite having only left Sally moments earlier. This references the scene in Back to the Future Part II, when Marty receives a letter written in 1885 just moments after Doc's departure (see Plot Synopsis) and the lines of the respective characters are almost identical in places.
    • In the episode "Gridlock", the flying vans appear is almost entirely similar to the flying DeLorean in Part II, including digital clocks in the cockpits that resemble the time circuits.
  • In the Family Guy episode "Meet the Quagmires," Peter goes back in time and ends up not marrying Lois, altering history much like in Back to the Future Part II. In the altered timeline, Brian draws a time-line similar to Doc Brown's (while the track "Alternate 1985" from the film score plays in the background) and adds, among the things different, "for some reason, we now have a chalkboard in the living room." Peter also has a photograph of his children which fades throughout the episode, similar to Marty's.
  • At the end of the Family Guy special "Something, Something, Something, Darkside," Chris receives a letter from a mysterious man. The letter is a duplicate of the one at the end of Part II, and the last lines of the special are "1885?!, the Doc's alive, I mean he's in the old west, but he's alive!!", mirroring the end of Part II. The man is voiced by Joe Flaherty, who played the Western Union man who delivered the letter in BTTF II.
  • In the episode "The Big Bang Theory", Stewie's letter delivered by The Vatican at a specific time to assure Brian he's alive and where to find him, in the DeLorean time machine. Joe Flaherty from this movie delivers the letter.
  • In the episode "Petey IV", After Vladimir Putin calls Peter "chicken", Peter responds "nobody calls me chicken" and challenges him to a fight, just as Marty McFly does in the "Back to the Future" sequels.
  • In the episode "Don't Be a Dickens at Christmas", Patrick Swayze's ghost escorts Peter through an alternate reality where Peter is dead. Peter then sees his own grave at the cemetery, parodying the scene where Marty McFly returns to alternate 1985 and sees his father's (George McFly) grave.
  • In the episode "The Courtship of Stewie's Father", Stewie imagines Doc Brown in the DeLorean telling Marty and Jennifer "something's gotta be done about your kids." However, Doc goes further, telling them that their daughter marries a black man. This news does little to offend Marty, although Doc's racist attitude alienates Marty and Jennifer.
    • In the background of one of the mall scenes in the episode "A Fishful of Dollars" of the television series Futurama, a self-adjusting jacket can be seen on sale.
  • In the television series, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir, the akuma-transformed police car that appears in the episode "Roger Cop" has the same flying capabilities as the DeLorean.
  • In the 2015 animated film, Home, the characters Tip and Oh have a slushy-powered, apparently sentient car named the Slushious, has been hover-converted in the same way as the DeLorean time machine and its source of fuel requires an outside source rather than just gasoline.
  • In an episode of The Tick: Couples, Friendly Fire invites the Tick and Arthur to a film festival of all three "Back to the Future" movies.
  • In an episode of Lilo and Stitch The Series: "Tank", Stitch takes Mertle for a ride in his car. At one point, the car takes off into the air with the wheels folded down in a manner similar to the hover conversion from 2015 seen in this movie.
  • The plot of Cinderella III: A Twist in Time centered around the antagonist, Lady Tremaine, finding out about Cinderella's Fairy Godmother and stealing the magic wand so that she can change the timeline to her own gain, similar to what Biff does in Back to the Future Part II. In an article about Disney sequels written for the Progressive Boink website, staff member Mike Fireball noted the similarity by jokingly referring to the film as "Alternate 1985 Cinderella".
  • In the 2003 version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the Sewer Slider build by the turtles has an identical shape and the same flying capabilities as the DeLorean.
  • In the 2006 video Bah Humduck!: A Looney Tunes Christmas, Daffy's suggestion of using Granny and Tweety's time travel technique to bet ahead on the winner in the horse races.
  • In an episode of The Loud House, "Brawl in the Family", Lincoln Loud comes into the living room ready to watch a monster truck rally. However, three of his sisters, Lola, Lynn, and Lucy are already there each reading their own books. The book that Lynn is reading is the Grays Sports Almanac from this film with the author of the book being "Biff", also in reference to Biff Tannen, Lynn Sr. using detail of the rainbow cap and Lisa looks at the Mattel-branded hoverboard.
  • In an episode of Phineas and Ferb, "Phineas and Ferb's Quatom Boogaloo", when they use the time machine and travel to the future, they see flying cars and jetpacks. When they go inside Candace's future house, the door automatically opens and Phineas says "The Future", similar to what Marty McFly does when he visits 2015.
  • In the Blazing Dragons episode "Renaissance Dragon", When King Allfire pulls out the Code of Chivalry, the Mattel-branded hoverboard from this film can be seen in the Royal Throne Room.
  • The Sports Almanac 1950-2000 book can be seen in Sir Loungelot's Room of Camelhot.
  • Sir Loungelot says to Flicker: "The DeLorean time machine is part of all three Back to the Future movies, Flicker."
  • in Castle Threadbare, those Peasants using the Pit Bull Hoverboard from Part II riding on the air, But Noble Peasant Folk falls down, landed for the ground, safe and Count Geoffrey looking at Griff's powered Hoverboard can be seen on the ramparts. Count Geoffrey says to Evil Spy, "Something tells me this isn't working like it should!" and "You're certain you're not leaving out a few minor details."
  • Flicker, Princess Flame and King Allfire talk about the first, second and third Back to the Future movies in Castle Camelhot.
  • Dr. Emmett Brown's Futuristic clothing can be seen in Flicker's Laboratory of Castle Camelhot.
  • Count Geoffrey, Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 rides to Castle Threadbare in the High Speed Hoverboard.
  • in the episode "Merle's Mirror", Marty McFly's hoverboard can be seen in Flicker's Laboratory.
  • The Poster for the film is seen in Sir Loungelot's Room of Camelhot.
  • Sir Burnevere quoted this film
  • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 discuss Back to the Future, the car and specific lines that Doc Brown says during at Castle Threadbare including lines and references from all three films.
    • Merle the Wizard calls Count Geoffrey a "chicken", and the rack focus goes to a secret weapon; the mirror. Count Geoffrey asks "What did you just call me?"
  • Sir Blaze explains the ripple effect of time travel on the same sort of board used by Doc Brown.
  • King Don, Cowsius Clay and Duke Rudolph drives by in a hovering Delorian with the trademark blowers on the back.
  • Princess Flame makes a reference to the alternate timeline of this movie.
  • Sir Hotbreath talks about this movie
  • Sir Galahot saying that he using the broadsword whilst riding a hoverboard.
  • The Wandering Minstrel mentioned the film while playing a banjo in the beginning of the episode
  • Cinder and Clinker said that the main inspiration of the film was the full script of Back to the Future Part II where Marty McFly enters while visiting to the future and the hovering time traveling DeLorean going up at 88mph with Dr. Emmett Brown.
    • Queen Griddle refers to the film
    • Chef Turnspit says to Flicker that the hoverboard appeared in 'Back to the Future Part II' has the various clip of the movie
  • in the episode "A Gift for Griddle", The dialogue for this movie spoken by Count Geoffrey having some evil plans at Castle Threadbare.
  • Official Theme from the movie plays
  • Referenced by Queen Griddle
  • Sir Loungelot is talked about this movie in Camelhot
  • Dialogue from the film by Cinder and Clinker
  • The Wandering Minstrel mentions the Back to the Future films in every episode
  • Evil Knight #1 refers to the film.
  • Sir Galahot asks for the year that Marty gets a hoverboard in the film
  • King Allfire made his fortune buying sports almanac book and using the Code of Chivalry.
  • Evil Knight #2 says that the movie played in the Village.
  • Queen Griddle says: "...even with Count Geoffrey of Threadbare Castle dressing like a reject from Griff Tannen's gang."
  • Sir Burnevere Spoofs plot of the film
  • Evil Knight #3 refers to Count Geoffrey's plans in the Back to the Future series, especially his evil plans in part two.
  • Sir Hotbreath questions the movie about flying cars
  • Sir Blaze tells Queen Griddle that maybe Marty McFly riding a Mattel-branded hoverboard against by Griff and his gang in this movie at Castle Camelhot.
  • Poster on wall in Sir Loungelot's room
  • Evil Spy holding a Sports Almanac 1950-2000 book of Camelhot
  • Count Geoffrey says: "Funny Chin Whiskers? She must be confused with Merle and the time-travel device in the flying DeLorean."
  • Marty McFly and Doc Brown's outfits from the film can be seen in Sir Burnevere's Room.
  • Princess Flame tells King Allfire that maybe this movie has time travel, the distant future, one with hoverboards.
  • Flicker says that he can built any inventions like in this movie with the DeLorean time machine.
  • In the episode "EXCALIBROKE", Title reference to the film: segment "EXCALIBURN to the Future Part II" Flicker copies Marty's pose with Sir Loungelot copies Doc's pose, the Sword and the Stone and the Camelhot pulse light glowing, the lightning strike is seen in the background, the title card is spoofing Back to the Future Part II and the movie's theme song plays.
    • Sir Loungelot spoofs the plot elements of the film
  • King Allfire says that maybe Count Geoffrey travels to the future and gets a sports almanac to make sports bets.
    • Sir Blaze refers to the film with Queen Griddle during their discussion at Castle Camelhot
    • When Flicker flies to the temple of sword repair with Sir Loungelot in the sky, they arrived and land on the ground (for the only time in the series) is almost entirely similar to the DeLorean time machine flies to the sky in the hover-converted wheels featured in this movie.
    • The 1950-2000 Sports Almanac Book is seen in the Royal Throne Room.
    • The poster for the film is seen in Sir Loungelot's Room.
    • Queen Griddle mentions the flying DeLorean in this movie
      • Flicker's intensely-earnest/concerned "the consequences could be disasterous! it could unravel the very fabric of Excaliburn as we know it." tirade, similar to Doc Brown's warnings to Marty regarding mis-used time-travel.
      • The Mattel-branded Hoverboard is seen in Flicker's Laboratory.
      • Princess Flame noted the similarity by Flicker referring to the film as "Alternate 1985 Camelhot".
      • Cinder and Clinker using the futuristic shades like Dr. Emmett Brown's from this movie
      • When Sir Loungelot on a paddleboat with Flicker and says: "Look, Flicker. I've seen Back to the Future Part II has flying cars, hoverboards, jetpacks, including the Sports Almanac book featured in this 1989 film has time travel panels with the DeLorean time machine runs on Fusion and flies off into the sky."
    • Flicker receives a letter from a mysterious man. The letter is a duplicate of the one at the end of Part II, and the last lines of the special are "1885?!, the Doc's alive, I mean he's in the old west, but he's alive!!", mirroring the end of this movie. The man is voiced by Joe Flaherty, who played the Western Union man who delivered the letter in BTTF II.
  • In the episode "Knights and Knightresses", Merle the Wizard says: "Now I must return to the future and scan the time-stream of my mystical spells!"
  • Sir Hotbreath refers to Marty McFly and plot elements of the film.
  • Sir Blaze says that will partake of nowhere plessures until he have his revenge of the death of his cousin Sir Gasflame, referencing the scene where Marty McFly returns to alternate 1985 and sees his father's (George McFly) grave.
  • Evil Knight 3 says: "Biff stole the Delorean again, oh dread Count Geoffrey!"
  • Flicker says that he can get a pink hoverboard to ride faster in the movie
  • King Allfire: "Wagonloads don't work on grass!" Queen Griddle: "Unless you got power!"
  • Sir Loungelot explains the ripple effect of time travel on the same sort of board used by Doc Brown.
  • Count Geoffrey: "Get ready for some of my evil plans and flying cars."
  • When explaining the creation of the alternate timeline, Sir Galahot uses a blackboard and says, "Imagine this line represents time."
  • Princess Flame says "Hoverboards will be mainstream by Camelhot?"
  • Evil Knight 1: "Count Geoffrey gave him the Extra Tall Peasants and he came back with a sports almanac that confirmed that some plans, would win that night. We didn't."
  • Cinder and Clinker asks someone if they've seen this movie when talking about hover-boards.
  • Queen Griddle receives a parcel in the mail, which had specific instructions for the date and time of delivery is similar to the ending of Back to the Future Part II where the Western Union gives Doc Brown's letter to Marty. 
  • in the episode "Tournament Day" Flicker in the equally mysterious pink knight disguise Pulls up the Armor Helmet that mimics the poster of the second movie.
  • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 in the disguise as the Somewhat Mysterious Brown Knight riding on a jousting tournament, The Somewhat Mysterious Brown Knight rides away, turns around and goes right toward the camera, spoofing the scene of this movie where Marty and Doc driving the flying DeLorean and going time travel to the distant future.
  • The Wandering Minstrel mentions the film.
  • Evil Knight #2 mentioned when discussing Count Geoffrey using the Somewhat Mysterious Brown Knight disguise.
    • Cowsius Clay spends time on a hover board in the 2015 Hill Valley
    • Cinder and Clinker are asked a question about the distant year that Marty McFly travels to the future where flying cars existed when they go head to head.
    • Mentioned in dialogue by Racka and Presley
  • in the episode "The Stone of Wisdom", When Count Geoffrey finishes his Doomsday Device, Count Geoffrey says: "Ah, the Doomsday Device is ready! if my caulactions are correct, this would go Back to the Future of my evil plans!"
  • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 mentioned the film
  • Referenced in dialogue by King Allfire
  • Merle the Wizard is riding Marty McFly's hoverboard.
  • Sir Loungelot looking at Marty McFly's audio-adjusting Jacket. he says, "Hmm, Looks like something for the Queen that has everything."
  • Flicker quoting this film in dialogue
  • Skyway lane-markers from this movie mentioned by Sir Burnevere.
  • Sir Galahot has the Sports Almanac book.
  • Merle the Wizard states that the magical spells of time-travel is also in this movie in which the time travel panels are possible in the flying Delorean.
  • Sir Hotbreath talks about the best street racer in Corellia, named Needles, after the character from this movie.
  • in the episode "Single Green Dragon", When Count Geoffrey looking at Peasants from Castle Threadbare are here with Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3. he says, "Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3. round up the peasants to test out the flying hoverboards from the second Back to the Future movie."
  • in the episode "Excaliburn", After Flicker flies and lands onto the wagon-loads with Princess Flame and they rides off to Castle Camelhot is similar to Marty steps onto the DeLorean from the top of the building to escape from Biff.
  • Title mentioned during Castle Camelhot "Movie World with Flicker and Loungelot" segment.
  • King Don says: "Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads", before the car flies off into the sky, spoofing the scene from this film.
  • Princess Flame tells Flicker that she saw that movie in Camelhot during battlefield with Count Geoffrey and his Evil Knights.
  • King Allfire says to Queen Griddle that Doc warned Jennifer and Marty that their future children's lives are in danger featured in Back to the Future Part II.
  • Count Geoffrey: "This is what happens when my evil plans is so devious and ride my hoverboard."
  • Sir Galahot's suggestion of using King Allfire's time travel technique to bet ahead on the winner in the Jousting tournament of Camelhot.
  • Sir Hotbreath's jet board looks like Griff's powered hover-board.
  • The Sports Almanac 1950-2000 was seen on the book shelf.
  • Sir Blaze says it's Mumsy's first movie.
  • Evil Knight #2 references this film
  • Flicker pushing the rock is simple, Cinder and Clinker opening the door in every episode; lifting the fake sword is part of the fake stone up and putting in the cart, going to the Royal Throne Room, just as Marty's attempt to retrieve a sports almanac (itself referenced earlier in the film) is foiled by the Knights of the Square Table fighting the rock.
  • In the episode "The Age of Retention", King Allfire revises a labor union manifesto and the hoverboard appears.
    • Referenced by Queen Griddle during topic discussion
    • Flicker asks Princess Flame if Count Geoffrey wants to see the film at the cinema in Castle Threadbare.
    • Sir Loungelot discusses an analogy to what he says is Back to the Future, but he is actually describing the plot point from Back to the Future Part II, where Biff Tannen gets a book with sports scores from the future
    • The movie is referenced by Duke Rudolph
    • Sir Burnevere asks for the year that Marty gets a hoverboard in the film
    • Peasants uses the alternate timeline created by Biff's actions as an example of the problem with time travel.
    • Princess Flame talks about this movie
    • Sir Galahot mentioned the film while during his time travel back to the distant future.
    • Sir Hotbreath discussed this film
    • Chancellor references this film
    • Sir Blaze mentions the hoverboard
    • Cinder and Clinker has the Sports Almanac.
  • In the 2000 animated movie, "Blazing Dragons: The Movie", Sir Burnevere makes references to the ongoing restoration of space-time exactly the same way that Emmett Brown explained to Marty McFly.
  • Flicker asks Princess Flame if they've seen this movie when talking about hover-boards.
  • Merle the Wizard refers to the film
  • The Sports Almanac 1950-2000 was seen at Castle Threadbare
  • Duke Rudolph quotes Doc Brown and Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 using items of time-travel in the same way did in Part II.
  • The Hoverboard can be seen in Flicker's Laboratory at Castle Camelhot for a brief moment.
  • Sir Blaze's suggestion of using Duke Rudolph's time travel technique to bet ahead on the winner in the jousting tournament.
  • Sir Galahot quoting this movie in dialogue
  • Sir Hotbreath says that is clearly knows that Knighthood has carved it's strength in bravery, valor, and courage over a action-packed adventures because Marty McFly time traveled to the year 2015.
  • Count Geoffrey explains the ripple effect of time travel on the same sort of board used by Doc Brown.
  • Princess Flame says that the Knightresses of the More Functionally Correct Round Table was not easy, but the flying cars and jetpacks are easy in this movie.
  • Referenced by Racka and Presley
  • King Allfire says: Blazing Dragons! I'd better come up with another experative with flying cars.
  • Cinder and Clinker watch this movie for Camelhot's same quest
  • The Wandering Minstrel discussing the movie in every Castle Camelhot and the Royal Throne Room
  • Movie is mentioned in conversation by Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3
  • In the Fairly OddParents episode "Father Time", This episode parodies the movie, mostly the parts where time is drastically changed and creates a dysotopian future and the past having to be altered to prevent that from happening again; like 1985A and the flying DeLorean; another time machine.
  • In the episode "The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker", Timmy Turner, Cosmo and Wanda wearing 80's clothes and it is revealed that the worst day of Mr. Crocker's life, when he loses his godparents, happened March 15, 1972, one year before Biff shot George McFly in Part II.
  • In the 1998 video game The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the Mattel-branded hoverboard appears in this game.
  • In the 2000 computer-animated movie Chicken Run, When Rocky and Ginger hangs on the Christmas lights, climbs up and going inside the crate (airplane), resembles the flagropes that Marty McFly holds onto this and Doc Brown riding the DeLorean; another flying time machine and they escape.
  • The crate (airplane) rolling on the ground and turns around, just like the DeLorean time machine flies away in the sky.
  • In this scene, where Fowler riding the crate (airplane) and flies into the sky, going up in the air just like the DeLorean time machine's hover converted wheels flies in the sky.
  • In the racing videogame Burnout Paradise, In the DLC Legendary Cars Pack, one of the cars - the Jansen P12 88 special - is an obvious parody of the DeLorean time machine. Its look similar, and when a player activates nitro, the tires will leave behind long two trails of flames, The car is also able to hover.
  • In the 2004 film The Polar Express which also directed by Robert Zemeckis, when Santa is flying, when he tilted up he disappeared, sparks were left, acting as the flying DeLorean twin flaming tire tracks.
  • In the 2002 Animated Disney Movie "Treasure Planet", the pirate ship can fly in space, the flying boat does disappear in the same way the DeLorean and flying hoverboard with flags that resembling Mattel hoverboards from this movie.
  • In the 2007 Animated Disney Movie, "Meet the Robinsons", Wilbur makes references to the ongoing restoration of space-time exactly the same way that Emmett Brown explained to Marty McFly.

The Big Knights

  • in the episode, "Proton Power", the Royal Court of Borovia has the Mattel-branded Hoverboard can be seen in King Otto's Private Office, with Castle Big, Home of The Big Knights has the Back to the Future Part II book is seen and Sir Kiftsgate holding the Futuristic Goggles, with The 1950-2000 Grays Sports Almanac book is seen at the Village Borodzo bookstore in Village Borodzo and the DeLorean time machine with the hover converted wheels and the Mr. Fusion Generator.
  • in the episode, "The Time Protonosphere", this episode some references to this movie including the Mattel-branded hoverboard, Doc Brown's letter, Sports Almanac 1950-2000 book, Dr. Emmett Brown's futuristic clothing and audio-adjusting jackets are seen.
  • Professor Von Proton says that he need of his time-travel plans using the DeLorean to fly into the distant future.
  • In the racing video game "Midnight Club: Los Angeles Complete Edition", The Garage shows statistics about each of the vehicles available in the game, with the Mr. Fusion-powered and hover-converted DeLorean time machine.
    • A film festival of all three "Back to the Future" movies is seen at Hollywood Boulevard.
    • The poster of "Back to the Future Part II (1989)" is seen at Doc's Garage in South Central.
    • Marty McFly's hoverboard can be seen at the Mall of Century City.
    • Police Radio Traffic mentions the movie by saying: "Dispatch, did you have any idea in the driver as in Back to the Future 2?"
    • Doc is named after the ingenious time-traveling inventor Dr. Emmett Brown from the Back to the Future trilogy.
    • The theme from the movie "Back to the Future Part II" briefly plays.
    • Oswaldo refers to the film
    • Marty McFly's Hoverboard appears in Doc's South Central Garage.
    • When Protagonist riding in the '88 Volkswagen Scirocco across Los Angeles. At one point, Protagonist floors the gas, pulls down the six speed stick and press the flying car button, The 1988 Scirocco is the time-traveling DeLorean's flying capabilities, it includes the abilities of the wheels fold into the hover conversion close to the ground and fly into the air, much like the Fusion-Powered and Hover-converted DeLorean. 

Back to the Future Part III (1990)Edit

  • In the episode of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show: Honey, They Call Me the Space Cowboy, Wayne and Diane refer to the film when discussing their time travel back to the Old West.
  • The climax of Back to the Future Part III level in Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose! has Buster and Montana Max riding on a handcar to evade a runaway train. Once they get up to 88 MPH, at which point the cart disappears off the side of the screen and leaving a pair of fire trails.
  • In the racing video game "Midnight Club: Los Angeles Complete Edition", Lester uses Back to the Future Part III to explain how time can be changed during some Races
  • The poster for "Back to the Future Part III (1990)" is seen at Classic Autos
  • A film festival of all three "Back to the Future" movies is seen at Hollywood Boulevard.
    • The DeLorean time machine (Whitewall tires and hoodbox) can be seen in the vehicle showroom at the Hollywood Auto Garage.
    • The score for Back to the Future Part III (1990) music "To 1885" briefly plays at the Sunset Strip Race.
    • Doc is named after the ingenious time-traveling inventor Dr. Emmett Brown from the Back to the Future trilogy.
  • In the 1997 animated movie Anastasia, Similar to Dr. Emmett Brown’s plan to heat up a train’s boiler to gain the necessary speed, Christopher Lloyd’s character, Rasputin, tried to kill Anastasia the same way. He even went as far as to demolish a bridge for good measure at a several attempt fail. While that plan did not work, the train exploded in a similar fashion to the one in this movie after plunging into the ravine.
  • In one episode of Monster Garage, Jesse and his crew attempted to build a hovercraft topped with the frame of a DeLorean. The vehicle was not a success, and was crushed by an Amphibious Assault Vehicle (AAV) or an Monster Truck. at the end of the episode, not too dissimilar from the train destroyed the DeLorean time machine at the end of Back to the Future Part III. In truth, the night before the wrecking, the parts had been traded out for scrap ones and see the time machine settings.
  • In an episode of Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: The Wild Brood, The dramatic scene on the train near the end references the climax of Back to the Future Part III; Fred clinging onto the side of the train is similar, and the shot of the locomotive plunging into the gorge and exploding among impact is very similar to the crash of Engine 131.
  • In the Blazing Dragons episode "The Stone of Wisdom", Flicker and Sir Loungelot is running the giant bowling ball as The Stone of Wisdom with Sir Galahot, Sir Burnevere and Sir Hotbreath, They escaped, Loungelot and the Knights going to Castle Camelhot, running with the stone bowling ball (while the track "Point of No Return" from the film score plays in the background), and the stone destroying Count Geoffrey's Doomsday Device, where Count Geoffrey and his Evil Knights are badly beaten up.
  • In the episode "Knights and Knightresses", Count Geoffrey says that Evil Knight 3, who has just purchased a DeLorean - the same car turned into a time machine in the "Back to the Future" trilogy - "could be in the Old West."
  • In the episode "Merle's Mirror", The movie scenes is mentioned by Queen Griddle by getting that much problems with the Desire of hypnotizing Merle's Secret Weapon; a Mirror and the steel plate as a makeshift bulletproof vest with King Allfire.
    • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 discuss Back to the Future, the car and specific lines that Doc Brown says during at Castle Threadbare including lines and references from all three films.
    • The Poster for the film is seen at Castle Threadbare
    • Count Geoffrey uses the alias "Clint Eastwood" as a reference to both the actor and Marty's choice in Back to the Future Part III.
    • VHS seen in Castle Camelhot
  • In the episode "Renaissance Dragon", Sir Loungelot mentioned all the time-travel scenes in Back to the Future Part III (1990), including the Locomotive 131 train pushing the DeLorean up to 88mph and sent Marty back to 1985.
  • Flicker, Princess Flame and King Allfire talk about the first, second and third Back to the Future movies in Castle Camelhot.
  • Sir Loungelot says to Flicker: "The DeLorean time machine is part of all three Back to the Future movies, Flicker."
  • King Allfire and Queen Griddle refer to the film when discussing their time travel back to the Old West.
  • Sir Galahot looks at the sword and asks, "Is this the train from 'Back to the Future III' sir?"
  • Count Geoffrey spoofs Marty McFly/Clint Eastwood by saying: "Ha! of course, none of you would think of that?
  • in the episode "Excaliburn", Flicker and Princess Flame refers to the film in Flicker's Laboratory.
    • The metal plate as a bulletproof vest is seen at "Merle the Wizard's Cavern of Despair & Occult Museum".
    • Flicker says "Drat! maybe he got Sidetracked of the Back to the Future movies at the Camelhot Theatre, I heard that happens."
    • Count Geoffrey mentions this movie while discussing his time travel back to the Old West.
    • Evil Knight #3 refers to the film
  • In the episode "Single Green Dragon", After Future Peasant calls Count Geoffrey, "Chicken?" Count Geoffrey Responds, "Nobody calls me chicken." and challenges him to open a bullet proof vest, Just as Marty McFly does in the "Back to the Future" sequels.
  • In the episode "The Age of Retention", Sir Loungelot noted those bickies similarity to Flicker refers to the film as "Bickies to the Future Part III"
    • Flicker says to Princess Flame that Cassandra dressed up as Clara Clayton in Back to the Future III.
    • King Don mentioned this film
    • Cowsius Clay spoofs Doc Brown by saying: "You're just not thinking fourth-dimensionally!"
  • In the episode "Tournament Day", Duke Rudolph has another fight with King Don, At one point during their fight, they go back in time via Count Geoffrey's time machine's return pad to 1885 where they ultimately end up on the DeLorean which is currently driven by Marty and being pushed to time travel velocity by the steam train (identical to the climax of the third movie) and en route back to the present.
  • Sir Blaze says "...that's unsure if it's Taupe or Marty McFly."
  • Count Geoffrey: "When are we going to?" Evil Knight #3: "Not the Wild West, we're saving that for 'Attack of the Evil Knights 3'."
  • In the episode "EXCALIBROKE", Sir Burnevere discussing the film with King Allfire, Queen Griddle and Sir Blaze at Castle Camelhot
  • The metal plate as a bulletproof vest from this movie is seen at the temple of sword repair.
    • Sir Loungelot says "Flicker, I haven't saw the third Back to the Future film and fantasizes that in time travel Marty would have been chased by horrifying bears and Indians on horses."
    • Flicker says to Sir Blaze: "Sir Blaze, The train has been hijacked by a local blacksmith and Count Geoffrey having the three colorful logs."
    • Princess Flame calls Flicker "Clint Eastwood", the same as Doc Brown does to maintain Marty's deception of what his name is.
    • King Allfire says: "Code of Chivalry Number 128, Section 6 Clearly States; A Dragon Knight always has the Time-travelling inventor from the future stuck in the Wild West." 
  • In the 2000 animated movie, "Blazing Dragons: The Movie", Queen Griddle mentioned Back to the Future Part III
    • Sir Loungelot mentions that while Flicker holding the Switch Armory Sword. 
    • King Allfire says that the labor union manifesto is the Duke Rudolph old chap show up for a shootout armored with hubcaps by the Old West version of Count Geoffrey as Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen. 
    • Sir Galahot refers to the film 
    • Count Geoffrey & Merle the Wizard discussing this film. 
    • Time-travelling inventor from the future stuck in the Wild West. 
    • When Flamiano drives off in his DeLorean time machine, it disappears into flaming tire tracks and leaves behind a spinning license plate that reads "CAMELHOT" and leaves behind a version of Flamiano that has a voice a lot like Michael J. Fox and is dressed in Marty McFly's 1885 clothes. 
    • Flicker quoting this movie in dialogue 
    • Princess Flame says to Flicker that between this movie and the second one are back-to-back sequels in Castle Camelhot. 
    • Chancellor references this film with including the Code of Chivalry 
    • Sir Blaze dialogue references plot elements of the film 
    • Referenced in dialogue by Sir Hotbreath 
    • Sir Burnevere says the Knowledge in the universe of Back to the Future Part III with the time-travel universe and the Old West has the time-traveling DeLorean drives at 88mph 
    • Cinder and Clinker says that the steel plate as a makeshift bulletproof vest is wearing by Marty McFly featured in this movie. 
    • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 mentioned during topic discussion 
    • Cassandra dresses as Doc's girlfriend Clara from Back to the Future Part III
    • The movie is mentioned by King Don. 
    • in the episode "A Gift for Griddle", The Wandering Minstrel mentions the Back to the Future films in every episode 
    • One of Count Geoffrey's questions that he askes how did Marty sent back in time to 1885 from this movie. 
    • Sir Loungelot says he never saw this movie 
    • Evil Knights 1, 2, and 3 quote this film. 
    • Flicker says: "Sir Loungelot was so able to dig up some bickies. Good thing Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen wasn't around." 
    • Sir Galahot says to King Allfire: "Look Sire, ...and if they take yet another line, the locomotive train in the front of Dr. Emmett Brown's DeLorean Accelerate speed at 88mph and sent Marty McFly back to 1985." 
    • Sir Burnevere says: "You're just not thinking fourth-dimensionally", the same line that Doc Brown says in this movie. 
    • Sir Hotbreath mentioned this movie in dialogue 
    • Cinder and Clinker refers to the film 
    • Chancellor looking at the Code of Chivarly and the movie's poster can be seen 
    • Referenced by Queen Griddle 
    • a DeLorean can be seen is standing right in front of Count Geoffrey of Threadbare Castle. 
  • In the 2004 film The Polar Express which also directed by Robert Zemeckis, The slightly elevated close-up shot of the locomotive's cow-catcher coming to a halt just inches from the viewer, the boy's tripping and sprawling amongst the coal in the tender the way Marty falls headlong while following Doc up the train to the locomotive, the hero quotes Doc Brown about wanting to pull a train whistle, etc.
  • The 2007 movie Knocked Up, Ben Stone and Paul Rudd's character discuss Back to the Future, the car and specific lines that Doc Brown says during a nice dinner including lines and references from all three films.
  • In the 2009 Family Guy episode "Business Guy", Peter and Lois are watching Carter's video will, but they play the wrong video, in which Carter says, "If you're watching this one, it means that the train wasn't able to push the DeLorean up to 88 miles per hour and I'm still stuck in 1885." A reference to Part III.
  • In the episode "Petey IV", After Vladimir Putin calls Peter "chicken", Peter responds "nobody calls me chicken" and challenges him to a fight, just as Marty McFly does in the "Back to the Future" sequels.
  • In an another Family Guy episode "Internal Affairs", Peter has another fight with the giant chicken. At one point during their fight, they go back in time via Stewie's time machine to 1885 where they ultimately end up on the DeLorean which is currently driven by Marty and being pushed to time travel velocity by the steam train (identical to the climax of the third movie) and en route back to the present.
  • In an episode of The Tick: Couples, Friendly Fire invites the Tick and Arthur to a film festival of all three "Back to the Future" movies.

The Big Knights

  • in the episode, "Proton Power", The Time Train is seen in Village Borodzo with the BTTF Part III DeLorean time machine with the hood box and the white-wall wheels is seen in King Otto's Royal Court of Borovia.
  • in the episode, "The Time Protonosphere", Sir Boris and his brother Sir Morris is standing in Professor Von Proton's Laboratory in the end of the episode, Sir Boris standing, while Sir Morris using the sword of justice, smashing the protonosphere in short circuit, similar to the one that the train destroyed the DeLorean time machine in Back to the Future Part III.
  • in the 1999 Disney-Pixar movie "Toy Story 2", In the film's climax when Woody and Jessie escape from the plane via the wheel hatch is similar to Dr. Emmett Brown and Clara Clayton riding a hoverboard escape from the runaway train in Back to the Future Part III.
  • In the Nickelodeon movie Rango, When Rango walks into the bar in Dirt, the bartender is wiping the bar the same way the bartender is when Marty walks into the old west version in Back to the Future Part III.
  • In the Fairly Odd Parents episode "Odd Odd West", Timmy Turner, Cosmo and Wanda sent back in time using fairy magic, and Dimmsdale Flats is the similar to that of the Old West in Back to the Future Part III, Where Marty McFly time travels back to 1885 in the DeLorean time machine.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Peter". Fringe. Fox. 04-01-2010.

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