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like it?
What if they say I'm no good?
What if they say, "You got no future"?
I can't take that kind of rejection.
I'm starting to sound like my old man.
- He's not that bad.
- Save the clock tower.
He's letting you borrow the car
tomorrow night.
Check out that 4x4.
- That is hot.
- Back her up.
Someday, Jennifer. Someday.
Wouldn't it be great
to take that truck up to the lake?
Throw a couple of sleeping bags
in the back.
Lie out underneath the stars.
- Stop it.
- What?
Does your mom know?
About tomorrow night?
No, get out of town. My mom thinks
I'm going camping with the guys.
My mother would freak out
if she knew I was going with you.
I'd get the standard lecture about...
...how she never did that stuff
when she was a kid.
Look, I think the woman was born a nun.
She's just trying to keep you respectable.
She's not doing a very good job.
Terrible.
Save the clock tower.
Save the clock tower.
Mayor Wilson is sponsoring
an initiative to replace that clock.
Thirty years ago, lightning struck that
clock tower and the clock hasn't run since.
We at the Hill Valley Preservation Society
think it should be preserved the way it is...
...as part of our history and heritage.
- There's a quarter.
- Thanks.
Don't forget to take a flyer.
Save the clock tower!
Where were we?
- Right about here.
- Jennifer!
It's my dad. I've got to go.
I'll call you tonight.
I'll be at my grandma's.
Here, let me give you the number.
'Bye.
Bravo, Tango, Delta 6-2-9.
Tow for impoundment.
Any unit, please respond.
Perfect. Just perfect.
I can't believe you'd loan me your car...
...without telling me it had a blind spot.
I could've been killed.
Now, Biff, I never noticed...
...that the car had any blind spot before
when I would drive it.
Hi, son.
Are you blind, McFly?
How else do you explain
that wreck out there?
Biff, can I assume...
...that your insurance
is going to pay for the damage?
My insurance? It's your car.
Your insurance should pay.
Who's going to pay for this?
I spilled beer when the car smashed
into me. Who'll pay my cleaning bill?
And where's my reports?
I haven't finished those up yet,
but I figured since they weren't due 'til--
Hello? Hello? Anybody home?
Think, McFly. Think!
I got to have time to get them retyped.
Do you realize what would happen
if I hand in my reports in your handwriting?
I'll get fired.
You wouldn't want that to happen,
would you?
- Would you?
- Of course not.
I wouldn't want that to happen.
Now, look.
I'll finish those reports tonight...
...and I'll run them on over
first thing tomorrow.
Not too early. I sleep in Saturday.
Your shoe's untied.
Don't be so gullible, McFly.
Got the place fixed up nice.
I have your car towed to your house...
...and all you got for me is lite beer?
What are you looking at, butthead?
Say hi to your mom for me.
I know what you're going to say, son...
...and you're right.
You're right.
But...
Biff just happens to be my supervisor...
...and I'm afraid I'm just not
very good at confrontations.
But the car, Dad.
I mean, he wrecked it.
He totaled it.
I needed that car tomorrow night, Dad.
Do you have any idea
how important this was to me?
I know, and all I can say is, I'm...
I'm sorry.
Believe me, Marty, you're better off...
...without having to worry
about all the aggravation...
...and headaches of playing at that dance.
He's absolutely right.
The last thing you need is headaches.
Kids, we're going to have to
eat this cake by ourselves.
Your Uncle Joey didn't make parole again.
It would be nice
if you all dropped him a line.
Uncle "Jailbird" Joey?
He's your brother, Mom.
Yeah. It's a major embarrassment,
having an uncle in prison.
We all make mistakes in life, children.
Goddamn it. I'm late.
David, watch your mouth!
You come here and kiss your mother
before you go.
Come on, Mom.

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