Doc: And there you have it! My time machine!

Marty: Wait a minute, Doc. Ah… Are you telling me that you built a time machine… out of a DeLorean?


Doc: The way I see it, if you're gonna build a time machine into a car, why not do it with some style?

Marty: Well, that's great, but you do know that the DeLorean Motor Company is going out of business, right? How are you going to get parts in the future?

Doc: Well, ah…

Marty: And speaking of going to the future, I would really like a detailed explanation of what is going on in there. A Flux capacitor? What does that do, exactly?

Doc: Well, you see, I was standing on my toilet, and I was hanging a clock, and I fell, and I hit my head on the sink. And that's when I came up with the idea for the Flux capacitor…

Marty: Yeah, you already told me that, Doc. It creates the 1.21 jigawatts of electricity needed to travel through time. And don't you mean gigawatts?

Doc: Marty, it's a Flux capacitor. You don't need to know anything more than that. It's really too complicated to explain.

Marty: No, Doc, after I quit the Pinheads a few years ago and went to college, I've started to ask questions and make something with my life. For one, I don't really get how you're going to look yourself up in the future.

Doc: Well, I'll get in my time machine, go to the future, and see what I'm doing. What's the problem?

Marty: The problem is that once you go to the future, you won't be here anymore. It'll be like you disappeared. Which means the only thing you'll be able to look up about yourself is the fact that everyone thinks you died in a weather experiment. Why are you being so goddamn dense?

Doc: Well, Marty, I think everything will work itself out.

Marty: No, it really won't Doc. Jesus. Now, am I to understand that this sucker is nuclear?

Doc: No no no, this sucker's electrical. But I need a nuclear reaction to generate the electricity I need. When this baby hits 88 mph, you're gonna see some serious shit!

Marty: Let me just get this straight. Not only are you sitting inches away from a radioactive nuclear reactor that would violently explode if you got in a car accident, but that it is running on plutonium you stole from Libyan terrorists? Does talking to you make me an international criminal?

Doc: Oh, Marty, you worry too much. I gave those guys a bomb casing filled with spare pinball parts! We'll never see them again!

Marty: Wow. That sounds like a really well put together plan. You know, with this being you, I would've expected something that pushed the limits of possibility as well as recklessly endangering thousands of lives. But this time machine… I am impressed.

Doc: Aw, well thanks Marty. It means alot to hear you say that.

Marty: Oh and one more question, Doc. What in the motherfucking fuck are you thinking?

Doc: Great Scott! I've got no idea what you're talking about, Marty!

Marty:
Ok, you know what, I'm out of here. Have fun capacitating your Fluxes, or whatever you're going to be doing. When I turn on the news tomorrow to see you've been violently gunned downed by Libyan nationalists, I am goingggg to laugh, buddy.

Doc: Wait, Marty, I'd really like you to see this!

Marty: Yah, whatever, you crazy sonofabitch. I'll talk to you later. Call me when you get your humongous amp fixed.