DTV has devised a gateway to the mutiverse and impacted the timelines for commercial gain. They must be stopped.
Y’know, this is something that’s often confused me, but when I was younger, I coulda sworn that the ‘future’ in Back to the Future (IE, old Marty, et cetera) had been proclaimed to be 1995, not 2015.
Sorta like how they retconned the name of the female spy in the first Austin Powers from Alotta Fahjina to Alotta Cleavage.
Of course, it could just be faulty memories built around the fact that I would occasionally wear my pants inside out and say things were ‘heavy duty’ or proclaim ‘Great Scott!’ on occasion.
..I was, like, twelve or something, shut up.
It would have been a pretty rough decade for Marty if he’d gotten gray and wrinkled by age 25, plus had two teenagers! They say kids grow up so fast, but damn.
And Fagina’s name wasn’t retconned. You’ve just been seeing the edited-for-television version of Austin Powers.
This is the point at which Leslie became awesome for me.
Very like a normal day in my relationship
She is taking a commercial a little too seriously.
What’s funny is, if I remember correctly, wasn’t Doc Brown actually IN the commercial?
I could understand them messing up the time line if they had some impostor, but with the ACTUAL actor? Who should be more ashamed?
I am not the only one with a personal canon!!!
So this is the first comic where Leslie is essentially the main character, and Robin is there to act as her sounding board.
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