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Followed by 

Back to the Future (1991) (TV Series)
Back to the Future Video Slots (2004) (Video Game)

Edited into 

Back to the Future Part II (1989)
The first scene in Back to the Future II was the last scene from Back to the Future. This is as the films follow directly on from each other.
Back to the Future: Go Fly a Kite (1991) (TV Episode)
Footage of the lightning scene from this film is seen at the beginning of the episode, after which Doc starts talking about lightning.
I Love the '80s (2002) (TV Series)
5 Second Movies: Back to the Future (2008) (TV Episode)
movie is edited into short comedic clip
Final Cut: Hölgyeim és uraim (2012)
scenes are taken from this film

Spin-off 

Back to the Future (1991) (TV Series)
Back to the Future Video Slots (2004) (Video Game)
Back for the Future (2011) (Short)

References 

Safety Last! (1923)
Another Lloyd (Harold, before Christopher did as such) hangs dangerously from the arms of a clock tower. The plot scene is also displayed in the beginning, on an antique clock.
A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)
When Sam hits Marty with his car, he yells for his wife, "STELLA!"
Rear Window (1954)
Cattle Queen of Montana (1954)
Film poster and title on marquee in 1955.
Science Fiction Theatre (1955) (TV Series)
George states that this is his favourite television show
The Time Machine (1960)
In the opening scene, as Marty is going into Doc's lab, occasionally you hear several notes played rapidly on the higher keys of a piano. The very same background sound is heard in the "The Time Machine", when Rod Taylor's character is first wandering through the world of the future. This appears to be an homage to the classic movie.
The Bullwinkle Show (1961) (TV Series)
The first character to travel through time is a dog. When Marty arrives in 1955, he encounters a farmer named Peabody, whose son is named Sherman.
Monstrosity (1963)
The Sword in the Stone (1963)
Both movies end with the older man coming back from the future (in clothing from that time) to his pupil, revealing elements from that pupil's future.
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
The device in Doc Brown's lab that Marty plugs his guitar into is labeled "CRM-114", which was the name of the message decoder on the B-52 in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
The Time Travelers (1964)
Similar scene displaying several clocks at the start of the film. Also, in the 1955 Town Square, a billboard reads "Time to Travel? Ask Mr. Foster Travel Service." Preston Foster was the lead actor in The Time Travelers.
Star Trek (1966) (TV Series)
Marty appears to George stating that he is from the planet Vulcan
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
The device in Doc Brown's lab that Marty plugs his guitar into is labeled "CRM-114", which was the name of the message decoder on the B-52 in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), and the serial number of the Jupiter explorer in 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), both directed by Stanley Kubrick.
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)
"What? What? Is it hot?" "It's cold. Damn cold."
Orgy American Style (1973)
Advertised on a marquee.
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
Marty appears to George claiming that he is Darth Vader
Time After Time (1979)
Although the year is different both the date and time of arrival are the same in both "Time After Time" and "Back to the Future." Both Malcolm McDowell's H.G. Wells and Doc Brown set their date to Nov. 5, 10:15 a.m.
Used Cars (1980)
When holding onto the jeep while skateboarding, Marty passes by a lot displaying a "Used Cars" sign. Both movies were produced by Bob Zemeckis & Bob Gale.
Class of 1984 (1982)

Referenced in 

Mask (1985)
Time Travel: Fact, Fiction and Fantasy (1985) (TV Movie)
Includes movie clips
The Making of 'Back to the Future' (1985) (TV Movie)
Making of documentary on this movie, talked about lots.
Heartburn (1986)
Rachel can be seen running by a poster for the film.
Galaxy High School: Founder's Day (1986) (TV Episode)
title mentioned by name
Timestalkers (1987) (TV Movie)
Death Wish 4: The Crackdown (1987)
Standee is shown in a video store.
DuckTales: Duck to the Future (1987) (TV Episode)
Title reference.
Cannibal Hookers (1987)
A poster for this can be seen overhead in the shop where the women get their hooker outfits.
The Resurrection of Michael Myers (1987) (Video)
Poster seen.
Cool It: Episode #3.2 (1988) (TV Episode)
Mentioned as 'Steve Wright's favorite movie'
Roger Rabbit and the Secrets of Toon Town (1988) (TV Special)
The narrator mentions the film while citing Robert Zemekis's previous works.
Moonwalker (1988)
Scrooged (1988)
God, the Universe and Everything Else (1988) (Video)
Mentioned in the discussion.
The Dream Team (1989)
Billy jokingly tells the shopkeeper that he and his group are a special combat unit with the US Marine Corps after some Libyan terrorists. This may be a reference to Back to the Future (1985), where Libyan terrorists were after Christopher Lloyd's character, Doc Brown
Parenthood (1989)
Back to the Future Part II Behind-the-Scenes Special Presentation (1989) (TV Movie)
They talk about the first movie and linking the sequel to it.
Back to the Future Part II (1989)
Events are referenced
21 Jump Street: Back from the Future (1990) (TV Episode)
title reference
The Earth Day Special (1990) (TV Special)
Doc Brown and his Delorean Time Machine appear
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Hollow Pursuits (1990) (TV Episode)
Lt. Barclay mentions the "flux capacitor".
Muppet Babies: Muppet Babies: The Next Generation (1990) (TV Episode)
Skeeter mentions "Bath to the Future" during charades
Tiny Toon Adventures: Animaniacs! (1990) (TV Episode)
Buster mentions this movie to Plucky
Siskel & Ebert: The Movies That Made Us Critics (1990) (TV Episode)
In his discussion of "The Last Tango in Paris" (1972), Gene Siskel mentions two movies (including this one) that deal with returning to the past.
The Epic of Detective Mandy: Book Two - Spoof of the Living Dead (1991) (TV Short)
After Detective Mandy flees the cemetery and he is driving around trying to decide how to handle the zombies, he says, "I wish Doc Brown was here, he would know what to do," in reference to Dr. Emmett Brown, from Back to the Future (1985)
Cool Head: Episode #1.4 (1991) (TV Episode)
Phil Cool, as Barry Norman, mentions Back to the Future 12
Saturday Night Live: Michael J. Fox/Black Crowes (1991) (TV Episode)
Title and theme music referenced in Elevator Fans
Showbiz Today: Episode dated 1 May 1991 (1991) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in Back To the Future the Ride coverage
Problem Child 2 (1991)
In the first classroom scene, Mr. Thorn is writing rules on the blackboard, and at the bottom it says, "No Slackers." Mr. Thorn is played by James Tolkan, who played Mr. Strickland in the "Back to the Future" series, and was fond of calling both Marty and other young men "slackers".
Doc Hollywood (1991)
Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster and Babs Go Hawaiian (1991) (TV Episode)
Doc Brown appears outside Spielberg's office
The Last Boy Scout (1991)
During a car chase, Darian tells Joe that if he keeps on driving that fast, they will travel through time.
L.A. Law: Back to the Suture (1992) (TV Episode)
title reference
The Darling Buds of May: The Season of Heavenly Gifts: Part 1 (1992) (TV Episode)
Bossy character called Strickland
Get a Life: 1977 2000 (1992) (TV Episode)
a DeLorean is shown when Chris wants to travel time
World Heroes (1992) (Video Game)
Dr. Brown is a homage to Dr. Emmett Brown
Passenger 57 (1992)
During the chase scene at the fair, Wesley Snipes runs past a 1985 Honda Civic with the license plate OUTATIME. That was the same plate as the Delorian from Back to the Future (1985).
Aladdin (1992)
At the end of the "One Step" chase, the guards fall into Crazy Hakim's "discount fertilizer" much like Biff Tannen and his cronies.
Saturday Night Live: Jeff Goldblum/Aerosmith (1993) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in Christopher Walken's psychic friends network
Rocko's Modern Life: Cabin Fever/Rinse and Spit (1993) (TV Episode)
Filburt says, "Hey, you, get your darn hands off her!"
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Sub Rosa (1994) (TV Episode)
McFly is a name on a tombstone, one of several BTTF allusions in STTNG.
Sjans: Terug naar de Toekomst (1994) (TV Episode)
The title of this episode means Back to the Future in Dutch
Tangents (1994)
When Nick and Lisa are walking down the alley of the altered future, nearly-destroyed posters are along the wall. One of them is for Back to the Future.
Forrest Gump (1994)
Voll normaaal (1994)
Mr. Dressup's 25th Anniversary (1994) (TV Movie)
Mr. Dressup mentioned that this is exactly like Back to the Future
Timemaster (1995)
Mentioned by Jesse
Toy Story (1995)
Rex quotes George McFly: "I just don't think I could take that kind of rejection!" and "I don't like confrontations!"
Troldspejlet: Dennis Jürgensen (1995) (TV Episode)
Jakob Stegelmann mentions the Back to the Future films in his review of Camp Nowhere (1994)
Duke Nukem 3D (1996) (Video Game)
Duke Nukem: "Where's Doc' Brown when Ya need him?"
Boy Meets World: I Was a Teenage Spy (1996) (TV Episode)
dialouge reference
The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper: Rebel Without a Date/Don't Bank on It (1996) (TV Episode)
The scene in "Rebel Without a Date" when Casper plays the guitar at the dance slightly mirrors Michael J. Fox playing "Johnny B. Goode" in Back to the Future.
Spy Hard (1996)
"Great Scott!"
Chicago Hope: Back to the Future (1996) (TV Episode)
title reference
The Simpsons: Lisa's Date with Density (1996) (TV Episode)
Title refers to George mixing up "destiny" with "density" in this film.
Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman: Lethal Weapon (1997) (TV Episode)
Biff appears in a minor role, as well as a reference to the fiery tyre tracks from the series.
Sliders: The Breeder (1997) (TV Episode)
"Back to the Future 4" is shown on a cinema marquee.
Soul Music (1997) (TV Series)
Firy hoofprints of time-travelling horse imitate the DeLorian tyre marks
Contact (1997)
Spin City: The Goodbye Girl (1997) (TV Episode)
Carter says Mike (Michael J. Fox) needs to get a time machine
A Kid in Aladdin's Palace (1997) (Video)
Like all 3 movies of this trilogy, the villain in this movie is buried in manure.
Aquila: Energy Levels (1997) (TV Episode)
Mentioned while discussing possible power sources for Aquila
Home Improvement: Say Goodnight, Gracie (1998) (TV Episode)
Willow: "this color is called Back to the fuchsia"
Dexter's Laboratory: Old Flame/Don't Be a Hero/My Favorite Martian (1998) (TV Episode)
In "Old Flame," Dexter shows the caveman his flux capacitor.
Lost in Space (1998)
When Einstein travels one minute into the future and disappears in "Back to the Future," Marty says, "Where the hell is he?" Doc Brown tells him that the correct question is, "*When* the hell is he?" In "Lost in Space," similarly, when Maj. West says, "Where the hell are we?", Prof. Robinson tells him, "The question is, '*When* the hell are we?'"
Pleasantville (1998)
Wishbone: Bark to the Future (1998) (TV Episode)
Title reference.
The Making of 'The Frighteners' (1998) (Video)
mentioned once
Spin City: Back to the Future IV - Judgment Day (1999) (TV Episode)
title reference
Spin City: That's Entertainment (1999) (TV Episode)
Christopher Lloyd, "Back... to the Future!"
Family Guy: Mind Over Murder (1999) (TV Episode)
Someone sees Stewie's blue-prints for a time machine and says "Well, sure, look... here's where the flux-capacitor goes". The flux capacitor was a part of the time machine in this film and was invented in this film by the Doc.
Spin City: Wall Street (1999) (TV Episode)
Carter to Mike, "That's your plan, time travel?"
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)
The time travel panel and "explanation" is very similar to those in this film.
The Boondock Saints (1999)
The line stated by Biff in the diner "Why don't you make like a tree and get out of here?" is used by the bartender at the beginning of Boondock Saints (with profanity included).
Spin City: All the Mayor's Men (1999) (TV Episode)
Michael J. Fox's character recites a line from the song Johnny B. Goode. His character Marty McFly performed the song in Back to the Future.
Stargate SG-1: Jolinar's Memories (1999) (TV Episode)
Jack O'Neill refers to Martouf as "Marty".
Mi novio es bakala (1999) (Short)
"Anybody home, McFly?"
Frequency (2000)
In a way, here the son also goes back in time and changes the lives of his parents. Those changes are visible in the photographs, and, in the end, his family - and his house - are different... for the better.
Chicken Run (2000)
Mysterious Ways: Gray Lady (2000) (TV Episode)
One of the main characters mentions the flux capacitor, and Declan says the movie name.
Chasing Kevin (2000) (Short)
Donnie Darko (2001)
Donnie mentions the DeLorean, and both movies have the number 88 as an important plot point
Behind the Music: Huey Lewis & the News (2001) (TV Episode)
Discussion about Huey doing music for the movie and appearing in it.
Terror i Rock 'n' Roll Önsjön (2001) (Video)
A raggare named 3-D constantly walks around with 3D-glasses, like a character from Back To the Future with the same name.
Invader ZIM: Invasion of the Idiot Dog Brain/Bad, Bad Rubber Piggy (2001) (TV Episode)
When Professor Membrane talks about the dangers of altering a timeline, he says: "The consequences could be disastrous". This is exactly what Doc Brown said under the same circumstances.
The Simpsons: Road Rage (2001) (Video Game)
Prof. Frink dialogue references plot elements of the film
The Tick: Couples (2001) (TV Episode)
Friendly Fire invites the Tick and Arthur to a film festival of all three "Back to the Future" movies.
Universal Studios Theme Parks Adventure (2001) (Video Game)
The Time Machine Deloreon appears in this game.
Futurama: Roswell That Ends Well (2001) (TV Episode)
When Fry tries to save his Grandfather from being hit by a car
Big Fat Liar (2002)
Kaylee lounges on the customized DeLorean used in the movie
The Simpsons: Half-Decent Proposal (2002) (TV Episode)
"Oh, no! If Marge marries Artie, I'll never be born."
Clockstoppers (2002)
The Son of Samsonite (2002) (Short)
Interstate 60: Episodes of the Road (2002)
The clock time
Daybreak (2002)
The main character, Marty, is named after Marty McFly.
Douglas Trumbull: Then and Now (2002) (Video)
mentioned once
Cheerleader Ninjas (2002)
'1.21 Gigawatts!' is the power they need to kill the bad guy
Lilo & Stitch (2002)
Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi: Huge Reversal?! Abenobashi Hollywood Shopping Arcade (2002) (TV Episode)
Arumi's grandfather Masayoshi is dressed as Dr. Emmett Brown from Back to the Future (1985).
Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)
The car/time machines and their time-travel panels are similar.
Lupin III: Episode 0 - First Contact (2002) (TV Movie)
George McFly in this TV special shares the same name as the one from this movie.
Returner (2002)
Towards the end Milly starts to fade away, similar to the instances in Back to the Future.
Red Dragon (2002)
The Ring (2002)
Inspector Gadget's Last Case: Claw's Revenge (2002) (TV Movie)
one of the cars in the junkyard boast of being a time machine
Red Dwarf: Launching 'Red Dwarf' (2002) (Video)
Referenced by name
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Conversations with Dead People (2002) (TV Episode)
Jonathan says "Think McFly", a reference to Back to the Future
Cruise of the Gods (2002) (TV Movie)
Farscape: Kansas (2002) (TV Episode)
When John's existence is threatened because of time travel, his hand starts dissappearing.
Kopps (2003)
Haunted Lighthouse (2003) (Short)
Christopher Lloyd and Lea Thompson are in this, as well as a character saying "great scott!"
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: Precious Metal (2003) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue.
Retarded Animal Babies (2003) (Video)
In Episode 4, Hail to the suxxor Part 4, instead of DeLorean, a Marty lookalike character says G4
Tremors: Flora or Fauna (2003) (TV Episode)
A character ask's Christopher Lloyd (who played in the time travel comedy Back to the Future) character if he's ever done experiments with time travel.
So What's the Deal? The Jody Fulkerson Story (2003) (Short)
During his stand-up routine, Jody mentions that he "went and saw 'Back to the Future' the other night".
Anne B. Real (2003)
rap lyrics mention that the car in this movie was real
The Fairly OddParents: The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker (2003) (TV Episode)
Just before Timmy goes back in time to 1992, the DeLorean from this film which also travels through time is seen.
X-Men: Evolution: Impact (2003) (TV Episode)
Toad knocks on Mystique's head and says, "McFly!"
Timecop: The Berlin Decision (2003) (Video)
time travel meet parents and family
The King of Queens: Nocturnal Omission (2003) (TV Episode)
When arguing with Carrie, Doug references this film.
Malcolm in the Middle: Vegas (2003) (TV Episode)
Hal claims the idea he had to save his company money was to "outsource flux capacitors."
Timeline (2003)
SPOILER: Near the end of the Castleguard battle, Marek defiantly quips, "History is going to change!"
Saturday Night Live: Al Sharpton/Pink (2003) (TV Episode)
Mentioned on Weekend Update
Beer Run (2003) (Short)
dialogue
The Making of 'Interstate 60' (2003) (Video)
Bob Gale talks about directing this movie
The Butterfly Effect (2004)
The scene in which bully Tommy at 13 (Jesse James) is tripped at the movie theater is shot identically to the scene in which bully Biff Tannen (Thomas F. Wilson) is tripped in Lou's Cafe in "Back to the Future" (1985), both being films about time travel.
The Red Green Show: Spokesman Red (2004) (TV Episode)
Red's meal-making machines resemble Doc's machines in BTTF and BTTF3.
A mohácsi vész (2004)
some time travel bluffs are from it
Charmed: I Dream of Phoebe (2004) (TV Episode)
Chris must bring his future parents back together after splitting them up or he will cease to exist. Also, Leo talks to Chris about sending him "back to the future."
She Spies: The Gift (2004) (TV Episode)
Final line of the episode: "Doc Brown was right; you should never know too much about your future."
City of Heroes (2004) (Video Game)
The "Back From The Future" badge.
South Park: Goobacks (2004) (TV Episode)
The news reporter says "The time portal follows Terminator rules as opposed to Back to the Future rules, or Time Rider, but that was just silly"
18 Candles (2004) (Short)
character named McFly
Christmas Ape (2004)
Wake up scene, Skateboarding scene, Flying car, Time travel
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law: Back to the Present (2004) (TV Episode)
jetsons get into a Delorian and drive through the wall, leaving flaming tire marks, then Doc Brown looks in through the door
Boa vs. Python (2004) (Video)
"He's probably got the whole crazy, bug-eyed Christopher Lloyd, Jeff Goldblum mad scientist thing going on"
The Flying Aarons (2004)
"We will reach speeds of 88 miles per hour..." segway to Flying Aarons Back to the Future quote.
The History and Allure of Time Travel (2004) (Video)
mentioned / poster shown
Simon (2004)
mentioned
Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude (2004) (Video Game)
Title parodied in one of Bilzarbra's conversations.
The Polar Express (2004)
The Lone Pine Mall appears in both.
Strongbad_email.exe (2004) (Video)
In "50 Emails", Strong Bad's line, "Don't nobody go nowheres," refers to the scene where Marvin Berry says the exact same line before his band takes a break from performing at the "Enchantment Under The Sea" dance
Half-Life 2 (2004) (Video Game)
When Dr. Kleiner first sees you, he bursts out in a "Great Scott!". Short after he's being called Doc too of course.
The O.C.: The New Kids on the Block (2004) (TV Episode)
Summer: "plutonium-fueled car to go back to last year". In the movie Back To The Future, they had a plutonium-fueled DeLorean car to travel into the past and the future.
Stargate: Atlantis: Before I Sleep (2004) (TV Episode)
McKay and Sheppard discuss the film - Sheppard is a fan, McKay not so much. Also, Sheppard mentions a "flux capacitor".
Trois 3: The Escort (2004) (Video)
"back to the future like the DeLorean" (song lyrics)
What Is It? (2005)
The name George McFly is mentioned. This was Glover's character in Back to the Future.
Film Geek (2005)
Scotty mentions it.
Guess Who (2005)
at the home dinner scene, there is a reference to the being called chicken scene in the back to the future trilogy
The Simpsons: Future-Drama (2005) (TV Episode)
Use of the HoverCar!
Danny Phantom: Double Cross My Heart (2005) (TV Episode)
A book in bookstore is the book that George McFly wrote at the end of Back to the Future.
The 100 Greatest War Films (2005) (TV Movie)
Referenced by title
Almost Normal (2005)
"time" travel by car, two references to Michael J. Fox
The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005)
enchantment under the sea dance in a flashback, The McFly's fell in love the enchantment under the sea dance in back to the future, oddly enough both movies feature it in the past or a flashback
Summer Time Machine Blues (2005)
The movie is referenced by multiple characters, the poster is seen in the background at the sci-fi theater, and at one point the theater owner wears a Hill Valley t-shirt. Also, Professor Kohtaro Hozumi's drawings strongly resemble the drawings of Emmett Brown in Back to the Future: Part II.
The 40-Year-Old Virgin (2005)
There is a poster on Andy's wall for "Back to the Future" (1985), first seen out of focus in his masturbation scene, and then clearly visible later when he is packing up his action figures.
Tripping the Rift: Roswell (2005) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Bob
Klay World: Off the Table (2005) (Video)
One of the characters is named "Dr. Brown", which is a reference to Dr. Brown from "Back to the future". They both also travel time.
Time Looters (2005) (Short)
Norman says: You're not thinking 4 dimensionally, The flux capacitor has broken again! - just like Doc Brown in Back to the Future
The 100 Greatest Family Films (2005) (TV Movie)
One of the items on the list
Jeopardy!: Episode #22.80 (2005) (TV Episode)
three Double Jeopardy! categories allude to Michael J. Fox, including "Back to the Fuchsia"
Life on Mars: Episode #1.1 (2006) (TV Episode)
Sam stares at a billboard and stumbles around town exactly like Marty McFly
Smallville: Reckoning (2006) (TV Episode)
Chloe calls Clark, "McFly", after learning of his "back in time" trip.
Drawn Together: A Tale of Two Cows (2006) (TV Episode)
The fat camp has the "Enchantment Under the Seafood" dance.
The Road to Guantanamo (2006)
"Have you watched Back to the Future?"
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (2006) (Video Game)
In the mission 'Domo Arigato Domestoboto', the domestobot's POV shot makes reference to 'flux capacitors'.
Will & Grace: Blanket Apology (2006) (TV Episode)
Grace mentions it
Downhill (2006) (Video)
Characters quote lines from this movie
Just My Luck (2006)
The band McFly take their name from the main family in this movie.
Looking Back at the Future (2006)
Documentary references this film.
Night of the Dead: Leben Tod (2006) (Video)
A victim is seen wearing a "Back to the Future" T-Shirt
Reno 911!: Spanish Mike Returns (2006) (TV Episode)
When the Rennisance Fair man says he's going to the future to bring back medicine Lt. Dangle says that he will be returning in a Delorean with Doc Brown
Stargate SG-1: 200 (2006) (TV Episode)
Martin mentions a "flux capacitor" when updating the storyline of the movie
Phil of the Future: Back to the Future (Not the Movie) (2006) (TV Episode)
Episode title reference.
Idiocracy (2006)
After Joe escapes prison and is running down the street, he passes a burned out carcas of a DeLorean with the signature Back to the Future (1985) booster engines in the back.
Dirty Sanchez: The Movie (2006)
"flux capacitor" mentioned
Simon Says (2006)
Stanley balls his hand into a fist in exactly the same way as George McFly does at the end of 'Back To The Future'
100 höjdare: Sveriges skönaste människor: Västkusten (2006) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by name
My Name Is Earl: Jump for Joy (2006) (TV Episode)
Earl mentions film when describing Randy's 'brain loop' problem
Lost: A Tale of Two Cities (2006) (TV Episode)
Sawyer mentions Doc Brown as a nickname
Cheese Head (2006)
Alma mentioned the movie
Vecinos: Volver al futuro (2006) (TV Episode)
Reference to the title, but in spanish.
The World of the End (2006) (Short)
Tinkly bells in score for prominent car reveal
Bully (2006) (Video Game)
The clock tower at the town square is stopped at the same time as in the Back To The Future films,
Homestarrunner.com: Everything Else, Volume 2 (2006) (Video)
In "Homestarloween Party", the flux capacitor on the Gremlin is a reference to this movie
Heroes: Chapter Six 'Better Halves' (2006) (TV Episode)
The "Tales from Space" comic book appears in this episode.
Cobra Starship Makes a Video (2006) (TV Movie)
In the beggining their video "Guilty Pleasure" Gabe is shown getting out of a DeLorean based on the one in the movie with vents on the back. (2008)
Heroes: Chapter Ten 'Six Months Ago' (2006) (TV Episode)
Hiro tries to call Ando but gets in touch with himself on the phone. Fearing a temporal paradox, he quickly hangs up and says "Great Scott" (Doc Brown's recurrent line) with his accent
An Evening with Kevin Smith 2: Evening Harder (2006) (Video)
When asked if he'd change anything if he could go back in time, Smith jokes about hopping into the DeLorean and almost sleeping with his mother.
Van Wilder 2: The Rise of Taj (2006)
One of the answers in the quiz bowl was "flux capacitor"
Ghost Rider (2007)
The spinning license plate that falls off the HellCycle is incredibly similar to spinning license plate from the time-traveling DeLorean.
The Angry Video Game Nerd: Atari 5200 (2007) (TV Episode)
The Nerd says "damn damn" like Doc Brown does in the film
Knocked Up (2007)
Ben and Pete talk about Doc Brown, the DeLorean and Pete quotes the line "Where we're going, we don't need roads"
Yu-Gi-Oh! The Abridged Series: Jagshamesh! (2007) (TV Episode)
Bakura says "cards where we're duling we don't need cards" like Doc Brown's line "where we're going we don't need roads"
Everybody Hates Chris: Everybody Hates Baseball (2007) (TV Episode)
Tasha invites Chris to see this movie at the cinema
Doctor Who: The Shakespeare Code (2007) (TV Episode)
Referenced by name.
Gilmore Girls: It's Just Like Riding a Bike (2007) (TV Episode)
Rory tells Lorelai that she should buy a DeLorean like Doc Brown had.
Kickin' It Old Skool (2007)
Justin is called McFly
Brooklyn Rules (2007)
Explicitly mentioned by a character
King of the Hill: Hair Today, Gone Today (2007) (TV Episode)
Dale mentions the space-time continuum and running into himself in the past.
I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry (2007)
on shelf in video store
Heroes Unmasked: The Invisible Touch (2007) (TV Episode)
Referenced by name
South Park: Imaginationland (2007) (TV Episode)
Dr. Emmett Brown is seen in Imaginationland
Empire Earth III (2007) (Video Game)
The western future era flying unit "Lightning Sphere" says "1.21 Gigawatts at your service" sometimes when selected
NCIS: Lost & Found (2007) (TV Episode)
McGee & DiNozzo are playing "Box Office Trivia" where Back to the Future comes up as a topic
30 Rock: Secrets and Lies (2007) (TV Episode)
Josh & Frank dress up as a character from Kenneth's imagination to talk him into doing something for them
No More Heroes (2007) (Video Game)
At he very end of the "Real ending," the "To be continued" sign is in the same style as this movie's famous logo.
CPC Diary: Back to the Future (2008) (TV Episode)
A game based off of the movie is discussed, with some references to the movie included.
Be Kind Rewind (2008)
Video case is shown.
Minutemen (2008) (TV Movie)
The time machine is built under the cover of a "Back to the Future fan club"; principal named after BTTF actor; penultimate '50s dance; cat named after Albert Einstein (like Doc's dog); first time traveler is inventor's pet; minute difference on watch on inventor's pet provides proof of first successful time travel.
Fly Me to the Moon 3D (2008)
Christopher Lloyd voices a character with the last name "McFly"
Familie Sonnenfeld: Angst um Tiffy (2008) (TV Episode)
When Tiffany has to get an electroencephalogram and looks herself into a hand-mirror, she mentioned "Like 'Back to the Future'!" (Marty meets 1955-Doc Brown at first time)
It Takes Two: '80s Gold Night (2008) (TV Episode)
Grant Denyer tells the first couple, Russell Robertson and Kate Ceberano, that it's time to step into the DeLorean and engage the flux capacitor as they go Back to the Future.
Sam and Max: Chariots of the Dogs (2008) (Video Game)
When Sam looks at the coat hanger in the future office he says "Where we're going, we don't need... coats.",
Drew Struzan: An Appreciation of an Artist (2008) (Video)
artwork courtesy of Drew Struzan
The Office: Night Out (2008) (TV Episode)
Michael mentions that it is his second-favorite movie.
The Big Bang Theory: The Nerdvana Annihilation (2008) (TV Episode)
Sheldon mentions it to cheer up Leonard
Jellyscream! (2008)
Dave wakes up lying in the same position and at the same time as Marty near the end of the film.
Hannah Montana: The Way We Almost Weren't (2008) (TV Episode)
Like Marty McFly, Miley travels to her parents' adolecent years and helps them fall in love. Jackson's disappearance mimics that of Marty's older siblings.
Operation: Zeitsturm (2008) (Video)
Ticking clocks during the title sequence and 1.21GW mentioned as the necessary energy for time travel.
The Fairly OddParents: Odd Squad/For Emergencies Only (2008) (TV Episode)
"Where we're going, we don't need laws"
The Simpsons Ride (2008) (Short)
Doc Brown appears in the a video shown during the ride's line queue.
The Middleman: The Manicoid Teleportation Conundrum (2008) (TV Episode)
References to characters Dr. Emmett Brown & Mr. Strickland, as well as TWIN PINES MALL.
My Longest Day (2008)
the Delorean is a time machine element
The Angry Video Game Nerd: Batman: Part 2 (2008) (TV Episode)
when the AVGN is hitting the Joker, stereotypical words like "pow!" and "bam!" appear, it then shows "Biff!" and "Marty!"
The Nostalgia Critic: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (2008) (TV Episode)
The Critic calls James Tolkan "the principal from 'Back to the Future'".
Lost in Austen: Episode #1.1 (2008) (TV Episode)
Elizabeth Bennet assuming Amanda's surname is Spencer because of the label in her underthings references the scene when Lorraine thinks Marty's name is Calvin because his underwear have a Calvin Klein label.
I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue (2008) (TV Movie)
"Bactrian to the Future"
My Best Friend's Girl (2008)
"My Delorean" referring to change back something
Face Eater (2008)
Lenny is seen waxing Flecks' Cadillac towards the end of the film. This is a reference to Biff waxing the McFly BMW in Back to the Future
Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy: A Scottsman Who Can't Watch a Movie Without Shouting at the Screen (2008) (TV Episode)
The Scotsman shouts at Marty McFly hanging around Doc Brown and going back to the '50s in the DeLorean time machine.
Supernatural: In the Beginning (2008) (TV Episode)
Dean goes back to when his parents were teens. In the diner scene at the beginning, someone shouts 'Winchester!' and both Dean and his younger father turn, just as when Biff called 'McFly!' and both Marty and his father turned. Dean also makes a reference to a DeLorean at a later point.
The Nostalgia Critic: Kazaam (2008) (TV Episode)
"Did Kazaam just go back to the future?"
Apocalypse How (2008) (TV Movie)
The flux capacitor was mentioned.
Spaceballs: The Animated Series: Druidian Idol (2008) (TV Episode)
Yogurt says '1.21 Jiggawatts, it's our only chance'
The Nostalgia Critic: Double Dragon (2008) (TV Episode)
The Nostalgia Critic says that Billy and Jimmy's car runs on fusion, just like the "Back to the Future" car.
Incómodos (2008)
Movie poster shown
Bronson (2008)
The image of Charlie in a barred bed as a forshadowing of his future is a nod to a similar scene in Back To the Future.
Smallville: Bloodline (2008) (TV Episode)
When Lois sees the portal in the Phantom Zone she asks Kara: "This is our DeLorean?"
Monkeyshine (2008)
The opening shot is an homage to the opening 'Clock' sequence.
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Gravitron (2008) (TV Episode)
After Ellie says that maybe Chuck and Sarah will walk through the door, and they do, Morgan looks at the door and says, "Swedish bikini team," and then "Delorean. Flying Delorean."
NCIS: Dagger (2008) (TV Episode)
Abby: "Just gotta hop back in the DeLorean and get back to today's problems..." A subtle reference to the time-travelling car in Back to the Future
The Fairly OddParents: 9 Lives!/Dread 'n' Breakfast (2008) (TV Episode)
Timmy uses a DeLorean as a time-machine.
The Newspaper (2008) (Short)
When the main characters says he travel in time without a drive licence.
Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh (2008) (TV Movie)
When Crazy Steve drives off in his DeLorean, the license plate falls off, spins and then drops flat onto the ground.
Chuck: Chuck Versus the DeLorean (2008) (TV Episode)
The DeLorean is the same car model used in the movie, as Morgan says before buying it.
The Deconstructor: Time Travel (2008) (TV Episode)
Features selected themes and characters
True Jackson, VP: ReTRUEnion (2009) (TV Episode)
Justin: If I was a slacker, would I know how to recalibrate a flux capacitor? Ryan: That's from Back to the Future, it was on last night!
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.87 (2009) (TV Episode)
Included in a $4,000 question
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Third Dimension (2009) (TV Episode)
At the end, 'To Be Continued' is shown.
Terry Pratchett: Living with Alzheimer's (2009) (TV Movie)
Reference to 1.21 gigawatts
Fanboys (2009)
Hutch claims he owns a flux capacitor to impress Amber
Saturday Night Live: Bradley Cooper/TV on the Radio (2009) (TV Episode)
Johnny Lawrence (Bradley Cooper) mentions that one of next week's guests will be Biff from "Back to the Future."
F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin (2009) (Video Game)
A large piece of tubing on the side of a telesthetic chair with an Abomination strapped in it is labelled with '1.21 gigawatts.' This is the amount of energy Doc Brown states is required to travel through time.
Frequently Asked Questions About Time Travel (2009)
Cassie calls Ray a "future boy" when not believing he is a time-traveler, just like Doc-from-the-past calls Marty in a similar situation
QI: Future (2009) (TV Episode)
Stephen Fry says "Back to the Future" as a link between two questions.
Cyprien (2009)
Kiki asks Cyprien what power is needed by the DeLorean to travel in time. Cyprien answer 2.21 gigawatts.
Two and a Half Men: She'll Still Be Dead at Halftime (2009) (TV Episode)
Alan and Jake are watching and discussing.
17 Again (2009)
The scene where Mike/Mark stands up and defends his son Alex in the school cafeteria is similar to the scene where Marty stands up, also in a school cafeteria, against Biff to defend his father.
Family Guy: The Juice Is Loose! (2009) (TV Episode)
Marty McFly appears during the storm and tells Stewie about this Future
Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei: Genies unter sich (2009) (TV Episode)
A car which looks like the original Delorean from this movie appears and during this time the movie's soundtrack theme is playing
The Great Food Revolution: The Battle to Get on Your Plate (2009) (TV Episode)
Liz Neumark's Plaza Hotel feast is called the Back to the Future menu.
I Love You, Man (2009)
While playing guitar, Sydney recites the "Marvin Berry" line from BTTF before falling off of the couch.
Super Capers: The Origins of Ed and the Missing Bullion (2009)
time machine complete with a flux capacitor
For All Mankind (2009) (Short)
Johnny Red bases all of his scientific research for time travel on Back To The Future, particularly the speed at which he needs to attain for launch.
Lost: Whatever Happened, Happened (2009) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Hurley
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #7.129 (2009) (TV Episode)
Marty McFly is included in a $1,000 question
American Dad!: Delorean Story-An (2009) (TV Episode)
Stan buys the car from this film
Dollhouse: Haunted (2009) (TV Episode)
Title is mentioned when Topher is trying to come up with something clever to say when someone is a caught from behind.
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Ring (2009) (TV Episode)
Jeff: "This is in 4/4 time, it's in D. Watch me for the changes."
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: The Informers/The Soloist/Tyson (2009) (TV Episode)
Poster shown in "Shade Tippin'" montage
The Office: Company Picnic (2009) (TV Episode)
Michael and Holly discuss it while planning their presentation for the picnic.
The Nostalgia Critic: Sidekicks (2009) (TV Episode)
Critic claims a ceremonial mask resembles Doc Brown
10 Things I Hate About You: Don't Give Up (2009) (TV Episode)
While Kat is working on her car, Brad asks her if she remembered "to recalibrate (her) flux capacitor."
Hell's Kitchen: 10 Chefs Compete (2009) (TV Episode)
Robert knocks his head and says, "Hello McFly" in imitation
30 Rock: A XXX Parody (2009) (Video)
Referenced as 'Black to the Future'
Cleanflix (2009)
Onscreen crawl of movies edited by Cleanflix
Phobidilia (2009)
McFly reference
Phineas and Ferb: Phineas and Ferb's Quantum Boogaloo (2009) (TV Episode)
As she travels through time, Candace says, "Back to the future."
Supernatural: The End (2009) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Dean
Bad Movie Beatdown: The Time Machine (2009) (TV Episode)
Film Brain wears a BTTF T-shirt
Splinterheads (2009)
A Delorean can be seen in the driveway for the birthday party. Actress Lea Thompson who plays Justin Frost's mother in the film starred in Back to the Future which features famously a Delorean.
The Nostalgia Critic: Suburban Commando (2009) (TV Episode)
Doc Brown referenced.
Wizards of Waverly Place: Franken-Girl (2009) (TV Episode)
Justin's spell calls for 1.21 Gigawatts of electricity
Tuck Bushman and the Legend of Piddledown Dale (2009)
Dialogue at camp site between Tuck and jerry
The Thick of It: Episode #3.2 (2009) (TV Episode)
Nicola asks Terri if she has found a flux capacitor for her time machine.
A Christmas Carol (2009)
After sending the prize turkey on to Bob Cratchit's house, Scrooge grabs onto the back of a carriage and hangs on for a ride down the street, waving to people. Many viewers saw this as a nod to one of Robert Zemeckis' previous works, Back to the Future. However, when asked about it in an interview, Zemeckis said that had not occurred to him but reasoned it was a subconscious image.
Community: Home Economics (2009) (TV Episode)
Abed has a poster for Back to the Future on his door.
Saturday Night Live: Taylor Swift (2009) (TV Episode)
Plot recounted by Lorenzo MacIntosh
SGU Stargate Universe: Time (2009) (TV Episode)
Title mentioned by Eli when talking about time travel
Planet 51 (2009)
The town square resembles Hill Valley, including courthouse and famous clock.
30 Rock: Sun Tea (2009) (TV Episode)
Tracey asks for a Delorean to travel back in time in
I'm in the Band: Weasels in the House (2009) (TV Episode)
Both feature a bald principal named Strickland.
Stuck Like Chuck (2009)
Charlie is upset when he finds out they are making a Back to the Future 4
The Supermarket (2009)
Back To The Future t-shirt worn by lead character
Bestsellers (2009)
Mentioned in the film.
Tosh.0: David After Dentist (2010) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
The Crocodiles Strike Back (2010)
During a chase scene, Hannes kicks his skateboard under the car's bumper, runs over the car and jumps back on his board just like Marty McFly.
Life Unexpected: Rent Uncollected (2010) (TV Episode)
Nate mentions using a DeLorean to travel back in time to change things.
Supernatural: The Song Remains the Same (2010) (TV Episode)
Dean mentions the DeLorean and plutonium
Psych: Death Is in the Air (2010) (TV Episode)
Shawn believes that one of the lab scientists looks like Christopher Lloyd and asks him whether the lab was closed "for striking the clock tower with lightning."
The Irate Gamer: Mario's Time Machine/Mario Is Missing: Part 2 (2010) (TV Episode)
"Jumping gigowatts! Just give me a flux capacitor so I can get the hell out of here."
The People vs. George Lucas (2010)
An interviewee talks about time traveling in a DeLorean.
The Nostalgia Critic: Bio-Dome (2010) (TV Episode)
The Critic contrasts the scientists in Bio-Dome from Doc Brown.
Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)
Characters and Story Discussed
Richard Roeper & the Movies: Hot Tub Time Machine (2010) (TV Episode)
Roeper compares the movie to Hot Tub Time Machine
Fringe: Peter (2010) (TV Episode)
Theater marquee in the alternate universe displays this film as starring Eric Stoltz; in our universe Stoltz was replaced by Michael J. Fox in the leading role early in production.
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Dancing with the Stars 4 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $2,000 question
QI: Geometry (2010) (TV Episode)
Michael J. Fox is mentioned in relation to time travel
The Nostalgia Critic: Flubber (2010) (TV Episode)
Listed among the other films that have a breakfast serving machine similar to the one in Flubber.
Jeopardy!: Episode #26.149 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $400 clue in the category "Homages to 'Star Wars'"
Jack and the Beanstalk (2010)
On the board a picture of the flux capacitor is drawn, additional Christopher Lloyd as a teacher who was the Doc Brown in "Back to the Future" and invented the flux capacitor
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Tooth (2010) (TV Episode)
Chuck calls Doctor Dreyfus "Doc." Doctor Dreyfus is played by Christopher Lloyd who played Doc Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy.
Board James: Mr. Bucket (2010) (TV Episode)
A poster of this movie was seen in the living room.
The Cleveland Show: Cleveland's Angels (2010) (TV Episode)
"Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads."
The Cinema Snob: Bad Movie Cinema Snob: McBain (2010) (TV Episode)
Film Brain wears a BTTF t-shirt
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.162 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $10,000 question
Brief Film Reviews: My DVD/Blu-Ray Collection (2010) (TV Episode)
DVD cover shown.
Knight and Day (2010)
While the plane is crashing in the cornfield a scarecrow falls on the window just like it did in Back to the Future Pt:1 while Marty was landing from 1985 in a cornfield
Tosh.0: Cartwheeling Goalie (2010) (TV Episode)
Referenced in dialogue
The Nostalgia Critic: The Room (2010) (TV Episode)
footage is shown and old Critic looks like Doc Brown
Futurama: The Duh-Vinci Code (2010) (TV Episode)
Leonardo da Vinci's opponent Biff is a reference to that movie
StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty (2010) (Video Game)
A character worries about "disrupting the space time continuum" quoting Back to the Future.
Psych: Shawn and Gus in Drag (Racing) (2010) (TV Episode)
While watching footage of Lassiter's car chase, Shawn says, "As soon as Lassie hits 88, he goes back in time."
Bad Movie Beatdown: Epic Movie (2010) (TV Episode)
"From George McFly to THIS?"
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: The Last Exorcism/Piranha 3D/Vampires Suck (2010) (TV Episode)
Ryan Downey compares Christopher Lloyd's role in "Piranha 3D" to Doc Brown
The Angry Video Game Nerd: Back to the Future Trilogy (2010) (TV Episode)
characters featured on title card
Melissa & Joey: Dancing with the Stars of Toledo (2010) (TV Episode)
In this episode, Melissa (Melissa Joan Hart) says, "Where we're going, we don't need knees." In Back to the Future (1985), Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd) says, "Where we're going, we don't need roads."
Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole (2010) (TV Episode)
Digit's father has a white hair and says he has a Delorean, just like Doc Brown
The Nostalgia Critic: Ernest Scared Stupid (2010) (TV Episode)
Critic imitates Doc saying: "Marty, I've transformed myself into a withering black lady."
Castle: Punked (2010) (TV Episode)
Re; the Delorean, comically thought to be a time machine here
Lie to Me: The Royal We (2010) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
Community: Basic Rocket Science (2010) (TV Episode)
In final sequence Abed's cardboard box spaceship has a flux capacitor drawn on the back wall
Community: Messianic Myths and Ancient Peoples (2010) (TV Episode)
Abed says Jesus was like E.T., Edward Scissorhands, and Marty McFly combined
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2011 (2010) (Video Game)
Edge mentions the flux capacitor when building the time machine with Christian.
Jeopardy!: Episode #27.35 (2010) (TV Episode)
referenced in clue in "Car & Driver" category
Being Erica: Physician, Heal Thyself (2010) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Darryl
Familiar Faces: Familiar Faces #44: Battletoads Part 2 (2010) (TV Episode)
The signature anthem from this film is heard.
One Tree Hill: Lists, Plans (2010) (TV Episode)
Julian quotes the line "Roads? Where we're going we don't need roads"
Conan: Zeus Was Framed (2010) (TV Episode)
Dr. Michio Kaku mentions the DeLorean in this movie
Leverage: The Ho Ho Ho Job (2010) (TV Episode)
"What can i do? Twin pines mall clips all my customers."
Slumber's Kiss (2010) (Short)
In Slumber's Kiss, there's a reference to a DeLorean being a time machine.
American Dad!: Fart-Break Hotel (2011) (TV Episode)
When Steve goes back in time to the 80s, he is dressed like Marty McFly.
Fringe: The Firefly (2011) (TV Episode)
Christopher Lloyd (known as Dr. Emmet Brown in Back To The Future fims) plays a character called Roscoe Joyce. His son, who died in 1985, comes to visit him from the past. Not only is there time travel theme in this episode, but the year 1985 is the present time in Back To The Future films
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Gobbler (2011) (TV Episode)
Alex puts on Morgans unworn original Back to the Future T-shirt.
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Push Mix (2011) (TV Episode)
"Twin Pines" is the name of the mall in Back to the Future. "Twin Pines" Cabin is where Orion says to meet.
Paul (2011)
Before Tara gets into the spaceship, Paul tells her she doesn't need a toothbrush as "Where we're going, we don't need teeth," paraphrasing Doc Brown's "We don't need roads" line.
Not Charlie Sheen's House of Whores XXX (2011) (Video)
Title mentioned by narrator
Take Me Home Tonight (2011)
Poster is shown in a video store.
Modern Family: Two Monkeys and a Panda (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
The Angry Video Game Nerd: R.O.B. the Robot (2011) (TV Episode)
"This setup is something Doc Brown or Pee-Wee Herman would use"
Detention (2011)
Poster seen, Teacher is talking about flux Capacitor and 1.21 gig watts on chalkboard.
No Ordinary Family: No Ordinary Future (2011) (TV Episode)
Katie mentions Doc Brown's Delorean and talks about Marty McFly's hand disappearing at the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance.
Forget About It: Terminator (2011) (TV Episode)
"The story is about traveling in time to change the past or the future. So here I should put a 'Doctor Who' or 'Back to the Future' joke."
Conan: Ding Dong the Witch Is Dad (2011) (TV Episode)
The opening animation depicts the DeLorean crossing the bridge and travelling back to 1928
Arthur (2011)
Arthur drives the "Back to the Future" DeLorean to meet Burt Johnson
Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: Mars Needs Moms (2011) (TV Episode)
The musical score of "Mars Needs Moms" reminds Hewy of this movie
Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil (2011)
Twice in the movie, Red reacts angrily to an accusation of cowardice just as Marty did constantly.
You Got Served: Beat the World (2011)
mentioned in rap lyrics
Breaking In: 21.0 Jump Street (2011) (TV Episode)
the "Enchantment Under The Sea" sign at the prom
You Know What's Bullshit: DVD and Blu-Ray Cases (2011) (TV Episode)
The Blu-Ray is seen
The Cinema Snob: Pieces (2011) (TV Episode)
"Guess we're in Hill Valley now..."
Link to the Future (2011) (Short)
Title reference.
Anime Abandon: The Humanoid (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned when dicussing the '80s
Duke Nukem Forever (2011) (Video Game)
The cannon you use to fight the Mothership has a sign outside its chamber that says "Phased Photon Cannon 1.21 Gigawatts".
Bad Movie Beatdown: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - Part 1 (2011) (TV Episode)
Spoony wears a BTTF shirt
Tosh.0: Cheerleader Fail (2011) (TV Episode)
Referenced in dialogue
Bad Movie Beatdown: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - Part 2 (2011) (TV Episode)
Spoony wears a BTTF shirt
Visionado obligado: El Vengador Tóxico (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned
The Cinema Snob: Nekromantik (2011) (TV Episode)
"Roughly, we cut to Biff Tannen..."
Driver: San Francisco (2011) (Video Game)
When driving the Delorean DMC-12 if you drive above 88 mph you will unlock the challenge Blast From the Past.
Curb Your Enthusiasm: Larry vs. Michael J. Fox (2011) (TV Episode)
Larry asks Michael J Fox how he would feel if he goes back to 1985 and talk during the movie. To which Michael replies that he feels like the conversation is going into time travel. Referencing Back to the Future, which came out in 1985
Obscurus Lupa Presents: The Fly II (2011) (TV Episode)
"He went from being almost Marty McFly to...Marty McFly."
The Gruen Transfer: Sports Betting (2011) (TV Episode)
In the Ad Crunch segment, Bridget Taylor talks about the shoes that Michael J. Fox wore in Back to the Future.
Saturday Night Live: Alec Baldwin/Radiohead (2011) (TV Episode)
In Crispin Glover's (Andy Samberg) screen test for "Top Gun," he says, "Get your damn hands off her," referencing George McFly's line in "Back to the Future."
Mad: TransBOREmores 3: Dark of the Blue Moon/The Walking Fred (2011) (TV Episode)
1955 was listed on the portal list.
Potpourri (2011)
The first question in the Philosophy class asks about the time traveling in Back to the Future
Paranormal Activity 3 (2011)
Randy and Dennis discuss the improperly named film, citing that the plot revolves around travelling to the past then returning to the present as apposed to travelling to the future.
Ask That Guy with the Glasses: Ask That Guy #65 (2011) (TV Episode)
Ask That Guy says "They found me" and shouts Libyans before being shot at.
Conan: Alibi for the Murder Andy's Committing Tonight (2011) (TV Episode)
Ray Liotta mentions Christopher Lloyd from Taxi and BTTF
Argh! Det gjorde jeg bare ikk': Nina fra Glostrup (2011) (TV Episode)
The Soundtrack from the film is used
Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews: The Top 13 Scariest Animated Monsters (2011) (TV Episode)
Listed as a movie directed by Robert Zemeckis
Dirty Soap: Days of Our Mama Drama (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Yu-Gi-Oh! 3D: Bonds Beyond Time Abridged (2011) (TV Movie)
Crimson Dragon: "Remember, once you hit eighty-eight miles per hour-."
Conan: Happy One Year Anniversary to Us, and to Lisa and Greg Drucker of Wayne, New Jersey (2011) (TV Episode)
Conan misquotes 'You're gonna be fine, it's your kids I worry about' at the end of the Julie Bowen interview
Family Guy: Back to the Pilot (2011) (TV Episode)
Title Reference.
Special Collector's Edition: Calles de fuego (2011) (TV Episode)
DVD trilogy mentioned
Chuck: Chuck Versus the Business Trip (2011) (TV Episode)
DVD given to Morgan
The Cleveland Show: Skip Day (2011) (TV Episode)
"there's no roads where we're going"
NCIS: Los Angeles: Higher Power (2011) (TV Episode)
the Flux capacitor and the DeLorean are mentioned
Beavis and Butt-Head: Time Machine/Massage (2011) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Beavis
Metal Dead (2011) (Video Game)
Lines of dialogue referencing time machine
Rich Hall's Continental Drifters (2011) (TV Movie)
Poster shown. Discussing 80s movies, Rich Hall says "Why show a normal car when you can show a car that goes back into the future?"
Friendsheep (2011) (Short)
At 3:05, on can see a movie poster "Sheep to the Future" that is the same as one of the Back to the Future (1985) posters, with "Back" replaced by "Sheep".
Z-Lister (2012) (Short)
One of Mel's friend is dressed as Doc Brown
Pastor Mike Online: Episode #1.49 (2012) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by Mike, and a still image from the movie is shown.
Face Off: Return to Oz (2012) (TV Episode)
poster seen
Portlandia: Cops Redesign (2012) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
2 Broke Girls: And the Blind Spot (2012) (TV Episode)
Max mentions one of the main characters in this movie, Marty Mcfly
Psych: Indiana Shawn and the Temple of the Kinda Crappy, Rusty Old Dagger (2012) (TV Episode)
Shawn says, "Get your damn hands off her!", and Gus references George McFly's line in the movie.
Happy Endings: The Kerkovich Way (2012) (TV Episode)
Dave mentions 'Marty McFly'
21 Jump Street (2012)
Jenko mentions "flux capacitor" when doing a chemistry solution.
Psych: Autopsy Turvy (2012) (TV Episode)
Shawn asks, "Where the hell are we?" Gus then adds, "*When* the hell are we?" This references "Back to the Future," when Doc Brown says that the appropriate question to ask when Einstein disappears one minute into the future is "When the hell is he?"
American Dad!: The Kidney Stays in the Picture (2012) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Stan
Saturday Morning RPG (2012) (Video Game)
Players can earn an achievement called "1.21 Gigawatts" for causing 121 damage with an energy item.
Dreaming Alaska (2012)
The first movie that the director experienced as a child. In Thomas' room there's the poster hung on the wall and his car wears the "outatime" plate. Also Alan uses the words "Grande Giove!", the italian version of "Great Scott!" spoke by Christopher Lloyd in the Back To The Future trilogy.
Bones: The Past in the Present (2012) (TV Episode)
listed as one of Pelant's Pay Per View movies
Mater's Tall Tales: Time Travel Mater (2012) (TV Episode)
A vehicle speeding and disappearing in lightning to time travel
Tosh.0: Skateboarder Hit by Truck (2012) (TV Episode)
Marty McFly mentioned
Mad: Betty White & the Huntsman/Ancient Greek Mythbusters (2012) (TV Episode)
Perseus uses the Delorean Time Machine to travel.
Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (2012) (Video Game)
In one level, if the hands of a clock on a clock tower are turned, lightning strikes the building and the clock blows up.
Across the Edge: The Making of River's Edge (2012) (TV Movie)
Crispin Glover discusses his decision to take the role in River's Edge after gaining recognition for his performance in Back To The Future.
Atop the Fourth Wall: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (2012) (TV Episode)
"...and punch it to 88 miles per hour to return to the 23rd century."
The Nostalgia Critic: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (2012) (TV Episode)
"They come across an Indian Doc Brown..."
NTSF:SD:SUV: 16 Hop Street (2012) (TV Episode)
At the high school is a time traveler from the future who returned to make sure his parents get together so he doesn't fade from existence. Also, the school dance is called the Enchantment Under The Sea Land Dance.
The Nostalgia Critic: Scooby-Doo (2012) (TV Episode)
Future Critic is a caricature of Doc Brown
Moone Boy: Men of the Houses (2012) (TV Episode)
Declan Mannion refers to Martin as "Marty McCry."
Saturday Night Live: Seth MacFarlane/Frank Ocean (2012) (TV Episode)
In the opening monologue, Seth MacFarlane imitates Marty McFly.
Mad: Diary of a Wimpy Kid Icarus/Adjustment Burro (2012) (TV Episode)
The Black Spy uses the Delorean time machine to alter the past in order to defeat the White Spy.
Dead Before Dawn 3D (2012)
Christopher Lloyd's character says "Great Scott!"
Revolution: No Quarter (2012) (TV Episode)
Sign "Lone Pine Mall" at the parking lot where the rebel camp is based.
Retro City Rampage (2012) (Video Game)
The time machine Deloreon.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: The Toxic Avenger (2012) (TV Episode)
"If you put George McFly and Steve Urkel together."
Flight (2012)
A shot in the opening scene shows an alarm clock going off, in a similar way to the opening scene of the Zemeckis-directed Back to the Future.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Teen Wolf (2012) (TV Episode)
mentioned when discussing Michael J. Fox's popularity
Beauty and the Geek Australia: Episode #4.5 (2012) (TV Episode)
Just before his makeover, Dane describes his current look as Marty McFly from Back to the Future.
Mad: Total Recall Me Maybe/The Asgardigans (2012) (TV Episode)
The Time Machine Deloreon was briefly seen flying behind Melina.
Facsimile (2012) (Short)
The white board in the office has Doc Brown's name on it and references to time travel
Nikita: Sideswipe (2012) (TV Episode)
While Birkhoff prepares his equipment to track down the mole, he says "Flux capacitor... fluxing" - one of Marty's lines from the movie.
Mold! (2012)
A line spoken by the colonel on the way to see the mold for the first time. He says "Where we're going, we don't need roads". A reference to a Doc Brown line from Back to the Future.
Raising Hope: Credit Where Credit Is Due (2013) (TV Episode)
Burt and Virginia buy the DeLorean.
Atop the Fourth Wall: Transformers #31 (2013) (TV Episode)
"And they're not trying to steal plutonium from this car, which is obviously a DeLorean?"
Atop the Fourth Wall: Happy Days #2 (2013) (TV Episode)
"...where the band is performing Earth Angel. Until Marty McFly gets on stage and starts performing "Johnny B. Good."
Sugarboy: Bike to the Future (2013) (TV Episode)
Title reference.
Workaholics: Alice Quits (2013) (TV Episode)
One of Jillian's birds is called Marty McFly.
Supernatural: As Time Goes By (2013) (TV Episode)
Marty McFly mentioned
The Cinema Snob: 42nd Street Forever, Volume 1 (2013) (TV Episode)
"Follow us as we join the Libyans from Back to the Future in their VW van."
Anime Abandon: Tenchi Muyo in Love (2013) (TV Episode)
theme briefly plays
James & Mike Play: SimCity (2013) (TV Episode)
Mike - "Where they're going, they need no roads".
Atop the Fourth Wall: Marville #4 (2013) (TV Episode)
"...and the way to set the coordinates for the DeLorean..."
Shameful Sequels: Fred 3 (2013) (TV Episode)
"Was that a Back to the Future reference...in Fred?"
Mary and Martha (2013) (TV Movie)
Mary says that she wanted to turn back time just like Marty McFly.
Psych: 100 Clues (2013) (TV Episode)
Christopher Lloyd plays a character who is friends with someone named "Marty", played by Michael J Fox. Lloyd's character frequently uses the phrase "Great Scott!" throughout the movie.
Double Rainboom (2013) (Short)
Doc Brown costume on a mannequin, and Rainbow Dash leaves a trail of rainbow flames on the ground after warping out of the world. In this scene, there is also a musical reference to the film.
Board James: Dream Phone (2013) (TV Episode)
The poster of this movie is seen in James' living room.
The Cinema Snob: Plutonium Baby (2013) (TV Episode)
"My guess is, it's about Doc Brown fueling a time-traveling baby."
The Cinema Snob: Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (2013) (TV Episode)
"George McFly should've broken up this scene minutes ago."
Lost Girl: Those Who Wander (2013) (TV Episode)
Kenzie quotes the last line of the movie: "Road? Where we're going, we don't need a road."
Tell 'Em Steve-Dave Puppet Theatre (2013)
A faux title sequence appears at one point during the film that directly parodies the title sequence from Back to the Future
Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (2013) (Video Game)
The device worn on the back of heavy units has a light-up display that looks just like the flux capacitor.
The Office: A.A.R.M. (2013) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in dialogue
The Internship (2013)
Lyle compares the jerk at the strip club to Biff Tannen from "Back to the Future."
The Cinema Snob: The Legend of the Lone Ranger (2013) (TV Episode)
"Please excuse the crudity of this model, I didn't have time to build it to scale or paint it."
Barrio Universitario (2013)
The Institute where the protagonist studies is names Michael J. Fox, and in TV promotions you can see a character that look alike Marty McFly
Teen Wolf: The Overlooked (2013) (TV Episode)
Melissa says a town called "Hill Valley" is under a flood watch. A doctor is concerned because he lives in Hill Valley. "Hill Valley" is also the name of the town which is the primary setting of the "Back to the Future" movie franchise.
The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XXIV (2013) (TV Episode)
Mentioned in credits
Beauty and the Geek Australia: Episode #5.1 (2013) (TV Episode)
When Michael introduces himself to the beauties, he tells them that he drives a DeLorean, like the car from Back to the Future.
Free Birds (2013)
"Maybe we could go back to the future and have an excellent adventure."
The Wrong Mans: Wanted Mans (2013) (TV Episode)
mentioned by Sam
WWE Smackdown!: Episode #12.148 (2013) (TV Episode)
John Cena tells Jack Swagger that he looks like Biff and quotes Biff's infamous botched insult, "Why don't you make like a tree and get out of here?"
The Angry Video Game Nerd: AVGN Games (2013) (TV Episode)
Marty McFly is seen on the fan made game controller.
Rick and Morty (2013) (TV Series)
The show started as the short "Doc and Mharti," a direct spoof of the main two characters from the movie.
Shameful Sequels: Santa Paws 2 (2013) (TV Episode)
"Ely goes back to the future..."
Psych: Psych the Musical (2013) (TV Episode)
Juliet asks Shawn, "Where are you?", and he replies, "The correct question is '*When* am I'?"
James & Mike Play: Godzilla: Unleashed (2013) (TV Episode)
Mike asked James if he wanted to know what the weather was like during the premire of the movie after talking about a Blu-ray that has the weather channel broadcast of 1985.
This Old House: Arlington Italianate Project 2014/Old House Discoveries (2014) (TV Episode)
title seen on movie marquee
The Nostalgia Critic: In Loving Memory of Justin Carmical (2014) (TV Episode)
Sci-Fi Guy is seen wearing a Marty McFly in a Radiation suit shirt in one scene.
James & Mike Play: Universal Studios Theme Park Adventure: Part 1 (2014) (TV Episode)
James thought the game was going to be an E.T. meets Back to the Future meets Jurassic Park game by judging the game case art cover.
James & Mike Play: Universal Studios Theme Park Adventure: Part 2 (2014) (TV Episode)
James & Mike talk about the movie.
Portlandia: Sharing Finances (2014) (TV Episode)
DeLorean car seen
Hollywood Game Night: Show Me Your Music, I'll Show You Mine (2014) (TV Episode)
Gerald Blancett and Jane Lynch both mention this movie by name during the game Picture Pirrfect
Life After Pi (2014)
Poster seen
Hollywood Game Night: Battle of the Champions (2014) (TV Episode)
Kadi Prescott mentions this movie by name during the game In Other Words
Mike & Mike: Episode dated 13 March 2014 (2014) (TV Episode)
title mentioned
Being Human: Oh Don't You Die for Me (2014) (TV Episode)
mentioned in dialogue
Chelsea Lately: Episode #8.52 (2014) (TV Episode)
Mark Cuban mentions the movie by name.
Doctor Whosical (2014)
Marty McFly appears
Through the Devil's Eyes (2014)
mentioned between two characters about which movie they should see
Awkward Thanksgiving (2014)
Trey yells "Think McFly, think!" at Liam when he's angry.
Oscar's Orchestra: Bach to the Future (TV Episode)
Title reference.

Features 

The Honeymooners: The Man from Space (1955) (TV Episode)
the family of Lorraine Baines is watching this episode of The Honeymooners. George McFly watched the same episode on a 1985's rerun

Featured in 

The Making of 'Back to the Future' (1985) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown.
Citizen Steve (1987)
Footage of this movie is shown.
Back to the Future Part II Behind-the-Scenes Special Presentation (1989) (TV Movie)
footage from the first movie abounds
MacGyver: Honest Abe (1991) (TV Episode)
The keypad with its lighted colored buttons is exactly the same as the time machine's destination keypad.
The Universal Story (1995) (TV Movie)
Scene with McFly and mother and scene in car.
Troldspejlet: Episode #28.8 (2002) (TV Episode)
DVD box-set release of the trilogy reviewed + footage used
I Love the '80s: 1985 (2002) (TV Episode)
Movie Mistakes Uncovered: Uncut: Episode #1.2 (2003) (TV Episode)
Clips of mistakes shown
The World's First Time Machine (2003) (TV Movie)
Clips of film included in documentary
Car Crash: The DeLorean Story (2004) (TV Movie)
A clip from the movie is shown.
The Greatest Canadian (2004) (TV Mini-Series)
In the Michael J. Fox segment
The 100 Greatest Family Films (2005) (TV Movie)
Clips are shown
The Angry Video Game Nerd: Back to the Future (2006) (TV Episode)
Movie clips are shown.
Game One: Episode #1.3 (2006) (TV Episode)
A brief clip of Marty using the guitar in front of the big speaker gets shown.
Interactive Film Quiz (2006) (Video Game)
Clip used
The Irate Gamer: Back to the Future (NES) (2007) (TV Episode)
Footage shown several times.
TV Land Confidential: Movies (2007) (TV Episode)
clip
AFI's 10 Top 10: America's 10 Greatest Films in 10 Classic Genres (2008) (TV Movie)
This film is #10 on the "Sci-Fi" list.
Is Anybody There? (2008)
Edward and his father go see this movie in the theater
Bad Movie Beatdown: Pluto Nash (2009) (TV Episode)
compares methods of guitar playing
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Observe & Report/Gigantic/Hannah Montana: The Movie (2009) (TV Episode)
"The Art of the Spit Take" segment
The Phantom Menace Review (2009)
Marty McFly is included in Plinkett's list of protagonists
The Nostalgia Critic: Ernest Saves Christmas (2009) (TV Episode)
clip shown
Great Movie Mistakes (2010) (TV Movie)
Clips of mistakes shown
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: The A-Team/The Karate Kid/Winter's Bone (2010) (TV Episode)
James Tolkan wins the Award in Bald Disapproval
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Knight and Day/I Am Love/The Killer Inside Me (2010) (TV Episode)
James McAvoy's #1 Favorite Film
The Nostalgia Critic: The Room (2010) (TV Episode)
Music and time travel footage used.
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Dinner for Schmucks/Charlie St. Cloud/Get Low (2010) (TV Episode)
Ellen's #4 Movie Dork is George McFly
Scream Awards 2010 (2010) (TV Movie)
25th Anniversary tribute.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Critters (2010) (TV Episode)
The Power of Love is talked about
Saturday Night Live: Jon Hamm/Rihanna (2010) (TV Episode)
Clips from "Back to the Future" are featured in the screen test segments.
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Reptilian (2010) (TV Episode)
clip featured in prologue
The Nostalgia Critic: The First Couple: TMNT (2010) (TV Episode)
Clip of Marty saying, "Doc, you don't just walk into a store and buy Plutonium"
Great Movie Mistakes 2: The Sequel (2011) (TV Movie)
Clips of mistakes shown
These Amazing Shadows (2011)
Back to the Future's addition to the Nation Film Registry is discussed.
The 83rd Annual Academy Awards (2011) (TV Special)
Clips shown in hosts' introductory montage.
The Nostalgia Critic: The Langoliers (2011) (TV Episode)
Time travel scene is shown and Future Critic, who resembles Doc Brown, returns
Forget About It: Back to the Future (2011) (TV Episode)
Clips from the move is shown as Panda "forgets about it"
Hollywood's Top Ten: Cool Cars (2011) (TV Episode)
#1
De wereld draait door: Episode #7.15 (2011) (TV Episode)
A fragment featuring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd is shown.
The Nostalgia Critic: Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (2012) (TV Episode)
"1.21 Gigowatts" is played at top speed when Christopher Lloyd's character is kicked in the junk.
Cinematic Power (2012)
The moviegoers within in the film are shown a scene.
Brows Held High: Primer (2012) (TV Episode)
Oancitizen praises the simplified explanation of time travel theories.
Brows Held High: What Is It? (2012) (TV Episode)
points out Crispin as George McFly.
CineMaverick TV: Episode #1.14 (2012) (TV Episode)
clips shown
The Nostalgia Critic: The Top 11 Awesome Movie Themes (2012) (TV Episode)
this movie's theme ranks at #1
The Colbert Report: Ed Rendell (2012) (TV Episode)
stock footage
Cinemassacre's Monster Madness: Q: The Winged Serpent (2012) (TV Episode)
mentions Biff when talking about famous douchebags
The Dirties (2013)
Title card used.
Revealed: Billy Zane (2013) (TV Episode)
Billy Zane discusses the movie.
The '80s: The Decade That Made Us: Tear Down These Walls (2013) (TV Episode)
Features footage from the movie.
The Goldbergs: The Circle of Driving (2013) (TV Episode)
Clip shown in beginning montage.
Smashing UK Top 10: Top 10 Sci-Fi Films (2013) (TV Episode)
Clips
The 86th Academy Awards (2014) (TV Special)
Popular heroes presentation.
The Nostalgia Critic: Alice in Wonderland (2014) (TV Episode)
George laughs like a hyena

Spoofs 

Safety Last! (1923)
Christopher Lloyd recreates Harold Lloyd's clocktower stunt

Spoofed in 

Back to Next Saturday (1985) (TV Movie)
Title spoof
Saturday Night Live: Ron Reagan/The Nelsons (1986) (TV Episode)
Spoofed in Ronald Reagan Back to the Future
Muppet Babies: Back to the Nursery (1986) (TV Episode)
The imaginary time travel car the muppet babies is a take from the delorean of this movie. Also Gonzo dresses up like Doc Brown at the end of the episode.
Backside to the Future (1986) (Video)
Backside to the Future II (1987) (Video)
The Chipmunks Go to the Movies: Back to Our Future (1990) (TV Episode)
the entire episode is a parody
Saturday Night Live: Michael J. Fox/Black Crowes (1991) (TV Episode)
Spoofed during the monologue
Snatched to the Future (1991) (Video)
Mr. Baseball (1992)
Jack Elliot's Agent knocks on Jack's head and says "Hello? Anybody home?"
Bushwhacked (1995)
Toy Story (1995)
Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood (1996)
A billboard for "Black to the Future 6" is shown.
Jack (1996)
The Secret Agent Club (1996)
The license plate of Ray's Volvo spins in the same fashion of the DeLorean's license plate.
Wrongfully Accused (1998)
On-stage musical performance (Leslie Nielson vs. Michael J. Fox)
The Simpsons: Bart to the Future (2000) (TV Episode)
Title is a spoof. Also Nelson can be seen dressed up in a track suit just like the 1985 Biff
Family Guy: If I'm Dyin' I'm Lyin' (2000) (TV Episode)
Peter's cousin starred in Black to the Future/time machine, meeting mother, and school dance are spoofed too
Nurse Betty (2000)
Chasing Kevin (2000) (Short)
The Gift (2000)
Spaced: Change (2001) (TV Episode)
When Amber runs away, a California licence plate door sign ("AMBER'S ROOM") spins on the ground, in the same way (also the same design) as the licence plate from the DeLorean does when it time travels.
The Rugrats: All Growed Up (2001) (TV Movie)
There are two characters resembling Doc and Marty from that film
Kopps (2003)
the DeLorean Pizza car
Willard (2003)
Elf (2003)
When the sleigh takes off from Cental Park at high speeds, there is a bum laying on a park bench with a boombox around his neck who sits up as the sleigh goes by. This is same scenario happened in Back to the Future with the DeLorien.
Pizza: The Movie (2004)
'barry' makes a small replica of the town, declaring it's "not to scale" and demonstrating a plan using a model car
The School Trip (2004) (TV Movie)
A character imitates Biff Tannen
Family Guy: The Perfect Castaway (2005) (TV Episode)
Peter attempts to use a DeLorean to go back in time
Chasing Christmas (2005) (TV Movie)
When the fight breaks out during the 1978 disco sequence, the DJ's record begins to accidentally scratch. Upon hearing the sound, the Bartender (who refers to himself as "Grandmaster Flash") phones his friend and says, "You know that new sound you were looking for? Well listen to this!", parodying the rock n roll scene from Back to the Future.
Passion to the Max (2006) (Short)
DeLorean in film leaves fire trails and spinning license plate
The Hillywood Show (2006) (Video)
For comedic purposes
Screen Wars: Back to the Future (2007) (TV Episode)
Opening Homage spoofed Back to the Future
Meet the Robinsons (2007)
car based time machine affecting present by permitting to alter events in the past, and picture of flying delorian seen in Lewis' notebook when he has his adoption interview.
American Dad!: When a Stan Loves a Woman (2007) (TV Episode)
Stan paraphrases George McFly's "get your damn hands off her" line.
Family Guy: Meet the Quagmires (2007) (TV Episode)
The moment Peter crushes the guitarist at the country club dance, there is no guitarist. Brian has to replace him (just like Michael J. Fox does in Back to the Future). Also the song they play is the same as the song the band play at the "Enchantment Under the Sea dance" in "Back to the Future". The difference between this story and the original story is that now they have to prevent the couple from kissing instead of making the kiss.
Foiled (2007) (Short)
There's a scene that spoofs the scene in BTTF where the DeLorean has to go 88mph.
The Simpsons: That 90's Show (2008) (TV Episode)
Homer invents Grunge Rock like Marty invents rock. There is also a spoof of the call to Chuck Berry by his cousin
Long Flat Balls II (2008)
In the ending scene the guys car speeds up and vanishes, just like the DeLorian.
Skeleton Key 2: 667 Neighbor of the Beast (2008) (Video)
after being shot while wearing a bulletproof vest, Neil hands over a note that says "The note from Back to the Future"
Spaceballs: The Animated Series: The Skroobinator (2008) (TV Episode)
Scroob and Helmet travel back in time in a Delorean, run over Doc Brown
Family Guy: Road to Germany (2008) (TV Episode)
The scene where Stewie, Brian, and Mort get away from the Nazis in the staff car spoofs the skateboard/manure scene from Back to the Future.
Incómodos (2008)
Nicolás has a dream in which he portrays Marty McFly
Family Guy: Baby Not on Board (2008) (TV Episode)
Peter's "stressful morning" is a parody of the opening scene in Back to the Future
Family Guy: The Man with Two Brians (2008) (TV Episode)
Peter wears the same mind-reading helmet as Doc Brown and repeats the dialogue from the film, "it means that this damn thing doesn't work at all!"
Robot Chicken: PS: Yes, in That Way (2009) (TV Episode)
Marty delves deeper into Doc's psyche
17 Again (2009)
Maggie unknowingly develops a crush on a younger version of her father, just like a young Lorraine unknowingly develops a crush on her future son.
Los mejores momentos de 'Sé lo que hicisteis' (2009) (Video)
sketch: Regreso al Futuro [de Alba]
Robot Chicken: Please Do Not Notify Our Contractors (2009) (TV Episode)
Marty McFly gets pulled over
How It Should Have Ended: Terminator - How It Should End (2009) (TV Episode)
Trailer Remix parody
Robot Chicken: Dear Consumer (2009) (TV Episode)
The segment involving Santa's reindeer Comet is a parody of this movie's ending
Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)
Nick performs a song from the future (Let's Get It Started by the Black Eyed Peas). Marty McFly did the same thing in Back to the Future when he performed Johnny B Goode by Chuck Berry.
The Nostalgia Critic: The Room (2010) (TV Episode)
the Future Critic's appearance and mannerisms are similar to those of Doc Brown's
Fight for Your Right Revisited (2011) (Short)
The DeLorean time machine is featured.
Legend Movie 2 (2011) (Short)
Plot is a direct spoof
CollegeHumor Originals: Back to the Future Alternate Ending: Biff is Dead (2011) (TV Episode)
Alternate ending where Biff commits suicide
Link to the Future (2011) (Short)
Spoofs the ending of Back to the Future when Doc turns up at the McFly house.
Hughes the Force (2011) (Short)
When Henry bursts into the bedroom to save Leia, he says to Chaz, "Hey you, get your damn hands off of her", spoofing George McFly rescuing Lorraine from Biff in Back to the Future.
Smodimations 2-D (2011)
They spoof several elements of the film, primarily Marty's relationship with his mother.
Robot Chicken: Casablankman 2 (2011) (TV Episode)
Doc works with terrorists
iCarly: iApril Fools (2012) (TV Episode)
The last scene reenacts the end scene of the movie with Spencer dressed as Doc Brown.
Parásitos: Alguien voló sobre el nido del parásito (2012) (TV Episode)
scene spoofed
Mad: Men in Black to the Future/Pokémon of Interest (2012) (TV Episode)
Men in Black to the Future is a spoof of this movie.
The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XXIII (2012) (TV Episode)
The "Bart & Homer's Excellent Adventure" segment, in which Bart travels to the past and inadvertently breaks up Homer's and Marge's courtship, spoofs "Back to the Future."
Robot Chicken: Eaten by Cats (2013) (TV Episode)
parody skit
Sugarboy: Bike to the Future (2013) (TV Episode)
Back to the Future on a bicycle.
Hookman 2 (2013)
Scene with Ronnie & Christine
Stevie TV: Catches (2013) (TV Episode)
"Back to the Bieber"
My Little Pony: Equestria Girls (2013)
The main character goes to high school in a different environment, being the new student that pops out of nowhere. And there's also a dance involved, considering both films' climaxes. It's also a race against time to get back to the original environment they live in. Also, the protagonist fixes and adjusts to the new environment.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Pilot (2013) (TV Episode)
Lola's wheels turn up, and it flies away like the Delorean at the end of Back to the Future (1985)
Family Guy: Finders Keepers (2013) (TV Episode)
Cutaway scene
Mis peores amigos: Promedio rojo el regreso (2013)
The characters want to use a DeLorean replica to travel in time. And the ending of this movie is a direct parody of the ending of that movie.
Doctor Whosical (2014)
Marty McFly appears

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