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- I figured that, just like there are some recurring gags that occur within Part I, there are also some recurring gags that occur within Part III. I can't think of any for Part II off-hand. Bttf4444 00:51, 10 May 2007 (UTC)
- Two letters were written in Parts I and II. The one Marty wrote to Doc in Part I got torn up but put back together, and Marty saw that when he found out that Doc Brown was alive after thinking Doc got killed. In Part II, after Doc got struck by lightning into the year 1885, Marty thought he was gone and therefore probably dead again, but afterwards, he received a letter that indicated that Doc was actually still alive. Can somebody think of an appropriate way to phrase this under the section about recurring gags in Parts I and II? Cbsteffen (talk) 04:17, January 30, 2013 (UTC)
- I've since added it to the page. In the future (no pun) go ahead and add it (per Be BOLD), and we can make corrections. -- Riffsyphon1024 17:23, January 30, 2013 (UTC)
- Thank you very much. I have a better idea. I'll just have a private discussion with you or somebody else in charge of this talk page and mention any observations I made that about scenes that have something in common and have you tell me which ones you would say are and which ones you would say are not actual gags. If you're not available, I will tell that to the somebody else that would be the majority or most of the time. Cbsteffen (talk) 19:07, January 30, 2013 (UTC)
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