False Start : George, with Lorraine in 1955.
Malt Shop : Lou's Diner.But in this case, the looking for sex in all the wrong places crisis was obviously more serious, and the band didn't survive.The Cameo : Huey Lewis is the teacher who tells Marty that his music was "too darn loud".note Marty is playing an instrumental version of Huey Lewis' own song, "The Power of Love".The band was playing Lewis' own song, "The Power of Love.".Sliding Scale of Idealism.You probably ain't never heard it, but you probably did hear AC/DC's insane guitar breaks on 'Whole Lotta Rosie this is similar, only kicks even more ass.
My Car Hates Me : The Libyans' VW bus, which refuses to start at the same time their Kalashnikov rifle jams.
Yes, the band's really gruff, really ass-kicking days are over, it seems, but look, a little bit of melodicity never hurt a metallic rocker if it was inventive enough.
Also, much like the 1985 town square has a mayoral campaign van going around blaring "Re-elect Mayor Goldie Wilson!" on loudspeakers, the 1955 version of this scene has a car blaring "Re-elect Mayor Red Thomas!" on loudspeakers, even decked out with similar looking signs.Vanity License Plate : The DeLorean has the tags outatime.Marty McFly : Wait a minute, wait a minute, Doc.Date Rape Averted : Invoked with Engineered Heroics, then doubly subverted : Biff interferes with Marty and Lorraine's activities, and George winds up interfering with Biff's attempt to rape Lorraine.My niggas, they down to fuck tonight.According to the DVD commentary, some people actually showed up at Puente Hills Mall, the location used for Twin/Lone Pine(s) Mall, on October 26, 1985 at 1:18 AM to see if anything would happen.Parental Hypocrisy : Lorraine scoffs at Marty for parking with his girlfriend Jennifer saying "In my younger days, we didn't used to park and wait".Put this stuff next to the apocalyptic rumble of, say, 'Balls To The Wall and the change will be clear for all to see.At least 'Down And Out' is a really terrifying way to end the record - now here's a gruesome, uncompromising, smash-yer-face kind of tune WE!
Well, I could count their feeble attempts on their "comeback" records.
And your crew's all but, no if's or or's.
Then of course there's Marty's case of Male Gaze when two jazzercise girls walk past him; Jennifer quickly straightens him out.