Originally Posted by Martianman
There was a guy that lived in my hometown that had a Delorean. Strangely enough, up close, they look very unfinished. Like it was built, and now was waiting for a paint job. Kinda drab looking without all the time machine stuff installed on it.
You best believe if I had a Delorean, I would be tricking it out BTTF style.
Something else I noticed...
In part 3, Doc is so bugged out about upsetting the time line when he saves Clara from dying in the ravine, so why doesn't he just insist on taking her with him from the get go? Or kill her?
And I also love how photographs and newspaper headlines don't change until a character says "Look!" and then they look. Cue change.
So if a gravestone, newspaper, or photograph morphs to reflect changes in the timeline, why doesn't Marty gain the memories and past experiences of his now different timeline (w/ his new & improved parents)? Are the time-travellers uneffected by the changed timeline? I say no, if Biff disappeared. Is the 2nd Marty he sees get into the Delorean the product of a vastly different upbringing? And is he forced to make George hit Biff to maintain that new timeline?
And if a bullet-proof-vest-wearing Doc Brown knows that Marty is going to get into that time machine, does he make sure the Delorean is properly fueled (plutonium/gas) this time?
And does George McFly think it strange when he finally watches (I can only guess, since he's a sci-fi geek) Trek and Star Wars and hear "Darth Vader" and "the Planet Vulcan" in 2 different prominent properties?