Biff Tannen, the bully and bad guy in Back to the Future Part II, and a certain political figure who is rather infamous in America right, DO now have a relationship.
Both have been handed the keys to the fortune, and they’ve unrepentantly used that fortune exclusively for themselves.
Bob Gale, the writer of Back to the Future Part II, admits Biff had a role model.
“We thought about it when we made the movie! Are you kidding?”
You watch Part II again and there’s a scene where Marty confronts Biff in his office and there’s a huge portrait of Biff on the wall behind Biff, and there’s one moment where Biff kind of stands up and he takes exactly the same pose as the portrait? Yeah.”
Of course, in the movie, Biff uses the profits from his 27-story casino to help shake up the Republican Party, before eventually assuming political power himself, helping transform Hill Valley, California, into a lawless, dystopian wasteland, where hooliganism reigns, dissent is quashed, and where Biff encourages every citizen to call him “America’s greatest living folk hero.”
“Yeah. That’s what we were thinking about.”
Marty McFly and Doc Brown manage to fix it all, just in the nick of time. They save themselves and America from Donald Tr… uh, Biff Tannen. Help us Marty & Doc, you might be our only hope!
(via The Daily Beast)