Back to the Future

Season 1 Episode 11

Gone Fishin'

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Aired Saturday 8:30 AM Nov 30, 1991 on CBS
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Gone Fishin'
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Hill Valley is going to host the Father/Son Big Mouth Bass-Off, which Jules and Verne want to go to. Unfortunately, Doc doesn't, as he has had a major fear of fishing for as long as he can remember. A memory device reveals why � he nearly drowned at the age of four during a fishing trip with Uncle Oliver. To cure Doc of his fears (as well as ensuring some Bass-Off fun), Marty, Jules and Verne use the DeLorean to change history. Problem is, now instead of nearly drowning, a dangerous chain of events makes young Emmett stuntboy Daredevil Brown. He quickly draws the attention of danger-minded Hollywood producer D.W. Tannen. What are Marty, Jules and Verne going to do now?

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    Christopher Lloyd

    Christopher Lloyd

    Dr. Emmett L. Brown (live segments)

    Dan Castellaneta

    Dan Castellaneta

    voice of Dr. Emmett L. Brown

    Mary Steenburgen

    Mary Steenburgen

    voice of Clara Clayton Brown

    David Kaufman

    David Kaufman

    voice of Martin Seamus 'Marty' McFly

    Danny Mann

    Danny Mann

    voice of Einstein

    Thomas F. Wilson

    Thomas F. Wilson

    voice of Biff Tannen

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      • Doc apparently was born in 1922, making him 63 in 1985. But in the original trilogy he was 65 in 1985, making his birthyear 1920. Also, in the 2011 BTTF video game by Telltale Games, Doc was 17 in 1931, meaning that he was born in 1914, which would've made him 71 in 1985.

      • Comic books as we now know them didn't come along until the release of Funnies on Parade, the first modern comic book, in 1933. Before that time, newspapers were the main venue for comics in the United States.
        There doesn't seem to be any obvious power source (like a Mr. Fusion) attached to Jules' spare flux capacitor for the barrel, leading to the question of how it generated enough power to activate time-travel. (Though I suppose Jules could've modified it somehow to be hydro-powered).

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