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'''Uncle Lou '''was a shady man who stood outside the [[Turf Club]] in [[Las Vegas]], waiting for targets that he felt he could con. He had a briefcase with a large sum of money in the trunk of his car, presumably taken from the people who fell for his con act.
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'''Uncle Lou '''was a shady man who stood outside the [[Turf Club]] in [[Las Vegas]], waiting for targets that he felt he could con. He had a briefcase with a large sum of money in the trunk of his car, presumably taken from the people who fell for his con act.
   
On [[November 13]], [[1955]], in [[1985A|an alternate timeline]] where an elderly [[Biff Tannen]] gave his younger self a [[Grays Sports Almanac|sports almanac]] to make himself wealthy, Lou selected Biff as his next target.
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On [[November 13]], [[1955]], in [[1985A|an alternate timeline]] where an elderly [[Biff Tannen]] gave his younger self a [[Grays Sports Almanac|sports almanac]] to make himself wealthy, Lou selected Biff as his next target.
   
Biff was repeatedly trying to get his grandmother, [[Gertrude Tannen]], to bet for him since he was underage. However, when Gertrude finally listened to him and won, she kept the earnings for herself. Lou noticed that Biff used a book to select the winners, and wanted to get a look at Biff's methods himself.
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Biff was repeatedly trying to get his grandmother, [[Gertrude Tannen]], to bet for him since he was underage. However, when Gertrude finally listened to him and won, she kept the earnings for herself. Lou noticed that Biff used a book to select the winners, and wanted to get a look at Biff's methods himself.
   
He told Biff that they could earn money together, as he would be able to make the bets while Biff could not. Biff reluctantly agreed when Lou told him to wait for him in the parking lot. While Biff was waiting, Lou killed Gertrude, and put her in the back of his car to bury her. He told Biff that he had talked to his grandmother and said that she was still playing the slot machines.
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He told Biff that they could earn money together, as he would be able to make the bets while Biff could not. Biff reluctantly agreed when Lou told him to wait for him in the parking lot. While Biff was waiting, Lou killed Gertrude, and put her in the back of his car to bury her. He told Biff that he had talked to his grandmother and said that she was still playing the slot machines.
   
Lou stole the Grays Sports Almanac from Biff, and when he realized that it was the book that stated the winners, and not any methods that Biff had employed himself, he planned to kill Biff and bury him next to his grandmother. However, when he went to hit Biff with a tire iron, Biff caught it and killed him instead.
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Lou stole the Grays Sports Almanac from Biff, and when he realized that it was the book that stated the winners, and not any methods that Biff had employed himself, he planned to kill Biff and bury him next to his grandmother. However, when he went to hit Biff with a tire iron, Biff caught it and killed him instead.
   
Biff justified the murder in his mind based on the fact that Lou had killed his grandmother. He buried Lou, and took all of the money that was in his briefcase. With the money, he covered up the murder of Gertrude by paying to have a death certificate forged that stated she died of natural causes.
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Shocked at his first murder, Biff justified it in his mind based on the fact that Lou had killed his grandmother. He buried Lou, and took all of the money that was in his briefcase. With the money, he covered up the murder of Gertrude by paying to have a death certificate forged that stated she died of natural causes.
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While Biff's killing of Lou was in self defence, this act would later make Biff less adverse to taking human life.
   
 
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**''[[Back to the Future: Biff to the Future]]''
 
***''[[Back to the Future: Biff to the Future 1|Issue #1: "Biff to the Future Part 1"]]''
 
***''[[Back to the Future: Biff to the Future 1|Issue #1: "Biff to the Future Part 1"]]''
 
 
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Uncle Lou was a shady man who stood outside the Turf Club in Las Vegas, waiting for targets that he felt he could con. He had a briefcase with a large sum of money in the trunk of his car, presumably taken from the people who fell for his con act.

On November 13, 1955, in an alternate timeline where an elderly Biff Tannen gave his younger self a sports almanac to make himself wealthy, Lou selected Biff as his next target.

Biff was repeatedly trying to get his grandmother, Gertrude Tannen, to bet for him since he was underage. However, when Gertrude finally listened to him and won, she kept the earnings for herself. Lou noticed that Biff used a book to select the winners, and wanted to get a look at Biff's methods himself.

He told Biff that they could earn money together, as he would be able to make the bets while Biff could not. Biff reluctantly agreed when Lou told him to wait for him in the parking lot. While Biff was waiting, Lou killed Gertrude, and put her in the back of his car to bury her. He told Biff that he had talked to his grandmother and said that she was still playing the slot machines.

Lou stole the Grays Sports Almanac from Biff, and when he realized that it was the book that stated the winners, and not any methods that Biff had employed himself, he planned to kill Biff and bury him next to his grandmother. However, when he went to hit Biff with a tire iron, Biff caught it and killed him instead.

Shocked at his first murder, Biff justified it in his mind based on the fact that Lou had killed his grandmother. He buried Lou, and took all of the money that was in his briefcase. With the money, he covered up the murder of Gertrude by paying to have a death certificate forged that stated she died of natural causes.

While Biff's killing of Lou was in self defence, this act would later make Biff less adverse to taking human life.

Appearances

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