2015 Is Not What Marty McFly Expected -- According to Michael J. Fox (VIDEO)

Oh man, Marty McFly and Doc Brown were pretty stunned when they landed in the distant future of 2015 in Back to the Future 2, but there was also some really cool stuff out there. Which is why when Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reprised their roles on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, they seemed just a tad bit disappointed. And maybe even a little grossed out.


In the movie, the duo time-traveled to October 21, 2015, to the fictional future world of middle-aged Marty McFly. To mark the real-time occasion, Fox and Lloyd pulled up on Kimmel's stage in a DeLorean ... but they were a bit disappointed that we still haven't developed flying cars.

Man, I can't blame them for being disappointed! No hoverboards, no flying cars ... plus, in my favorite quip, Marty wondered what happened to his nemesis Biff Tannen, the casino owner who "ruined the world."

Kimmel replied, "Oh, that guy's running for president right now. He's doing very well actually." And if that's not a solid endorsement against Donald Trump, I don't know what is!

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Upon learning about cronuts, selfies, and palm-sized super computers that we use to send each other smiley faces, McFly turned to Doc Brown and commented, "Doc, it seems like 2015 kind of sucks."

Likewise, Doc wondered, "What the hell have you guys been doing for 30 years?"

Um, watching endless fluffy kitten videos on YouTube?

Anyway, I think my favorite part of this was watching Michael J. Fox reprise one of his most iconic roles. He looks fantastic still, and it's always good to see him, since public appearances are pretty rare the last several years due to his Parkinson's disease. Even though he's been dealing with such a degenerative condition, he still looked damn fine. Oh yeah, he looked pretty healthy too. But mostly hot.

Some things never change -- like my crush on Marty McFly.


Image via Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube

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