Yesterday was "Back to the Future" Day, where fans of the film series got a kick out of celebrating the day that's featured in the 1989 movie. The audience of "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" got a surprise treat last night when characters Marty McFly and Doc Brown drove in with the DeLorean time machine during the show.
In the film, McFly and Doc Brown traveled to October 21, 2015 to save McFly's family from trouble. Actors Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd recreated their roles as McFly and Doc as they questioned Jimmy Kimmel about how 2015 turned out in real life. It turns out that the characters were not really fond of the present:
Doc, it seems like 2015 kind of sucks." Marty comments upon finding out that there are no flying cards or other features that appeared in the movie.
Fox and Lloyd weren't the only "Back to the Future" actors to make an appearance. Rocker Huey Lewis, who had a cameo in the first movie, popped up in the audience with a megaphone and told Kimmel that they were being "too darn loud." Lewis played a Battle of the Bands judge that acted the same way in "Back to the Future," when he criticized a high school band for playing too loud.
The segment ended with Huey Lewis joining Jimmy Kimmel's house band for a rendition of "Back in Time," while Doc uses an Uber vehicle to travel back to 1985.
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