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"Only if it turns out that reality is actually nothing more than a holographic illusion created by the interplay of subatomic particles on a vast two-dimensional membrane."

This article covers a subject that has been deemed non-canon by either the author or the Back to the Future licensees, and thus should not be taken as a part of the "real" Back to the Future universe.

"I Don't Care" was a song performed by Trixie Trotter.


Trixie sung the song during her time at Irving "Kid" Tannen's speakeasy El Kid, until it was shut down on August 25, 1931. During that night, Marty replaced the sheet of lyrics with Edna Strickland's song, "You Should Care".

Her singing of "I Don't Care" was apparently popular, as records were produced of the song. One of the records was owned by a young Emmett Brown.

His record was later seen in Double Visions when Marty goes into Emmett's lab where it's placed in a gramophone. Marty is able to play the record which cause Emmett to feel positive and slightly dance to it, which can be used during the puzzle involving the Mutual Mind Reader so Emmett can have a positive response when a negative response is intended as part of the puzzle.

Later, Emmett was also seen slightly singing it when he was at the top of the clock tower near the end of the episode.


They say I'm crazy, got no sense... but I don't care!

They may or may not mean offence... but I don't care!

You see I'm sort of independent, I am my own superidentent, my star is on the ascendant...
That's why I dont care!

 I don't care!

 I don't care!
What people think of me!

 I'm happy-go-lucky,
 Men say I am plucky,
 So jolly and care free.

 I don't care!

 I don't care!
If I do get the mean and stony stare.

 If I'm never successful,
 It won't be distressful,
 'Cause I don't care!


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