|Yep that's ZZ Top performing at the fair. Cute cameo or hint that the Doctor is trolling historians by bringing anachronistic looking musicians back in time to change music history, you make the call!|
|Mongo?! Holy Shit that's just cruel!!!|
After Tannen throws his weight around Doc snaps and as Tannen draws his gun Marty saves Doc by tossing the Pie tin at Tannen's hand. After some pretty strong words from Marty he tries to back off but gets his berserk button pressed by Tannen. Before a repeat of the Cafe' 80's fiasco happens Tannen is reminded that Marshal Strickland still has his guns and they're robbing the Pine City Stage tomorrow so they'll have to settle for Monday morning at 8. Tannen sulks off while Doc asks what in the name of Jesus Paint huffing Christ was he thinking? Marty says that by 8 they'll be long gone but Doc asks what if the train's late? Before the two can continue Clara pulls Doc aside and thanks Marty for what he did.
Marty then walks off and while receiving praise for his bravery in standing up to Tannen; Lyle gives Marty a free Colt Peacemaker with a gun-belt. Though if Tannen grinds him into little Marty Meatballs he's gonna have to give it back, not exactly a problem if he's dead. Seamus appropriately tells Marty that he was an idiot who should have just walked away instead of playing into Tannen's hands. Seamus then says that Marty reminds him of his dead brother Martian, who pretty much had the same deal, whenever someone called him a coward he'd lose his cool and get into fights, which is how he wound up getting killed.
Later that night after the party we see Doc and Clara bond over their love of Jules Verne and their blooming love for each other, Marty wakes up the next morning and goes around town where he finds Doc and sees what would have been Doc's tombstone. They check the photo and while Doc's name is erased the date is still there. This and coupled with hinting about as subtle as a bullhorn going off in your face they believe that the tombstone may in fact be for Marty. Doc notices that Marty is still carrying the gun from last night but Marty measures him that tomorrow morning he's going back to 1985 no matter what but if Tannen comes a knocking he's going to be ready for him. When Doc tells him not to lose his temper every time somebody insults him he mistakenly lets slip about Marty's future accident, when Marty asks for the details he clams up and just says that we've gotta do what we've gotta do.
|Truer words were never said.|
|Ok second worst. But not the most adorable he can't have that.|
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