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Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd reprise 'Back to the Future' roles on 'Kimmel'

Marty McFly and Doc Brown have arrived in 2015 thanks to their trusty DeLorean, and they're not all that impressed.

After reuniting on TODAY earlier on Wednesday as part of "Back to the Future Day,'' Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd reprised their iconic roles on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" as Kimmel gave them an update on what has happened since 1985. No, flying cars have not been invented, there's still not peace in the Middle East and the clock tower is now a Buffalo Wild Wings.

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"If you don't mind me asking, what the hell have you guys been doing for 30 years?" Fox-as-Marty asks. "It seems like 2015 kinda sucks."

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We also find out what happened to Biff and get a surprise appearance from the talent show judge at Marty's high school from back in 1985. Marty and Doc are then officially indoctrinated into 2015 when they take a selfie with Kimmel.

Their appearance on the show concluded a day celebrating "Back to the Future,'' particularly the part in Back to the Future II when the duo travels 30 years ahead to precisely Oct. 21, 2015. Lloyd started the day off in style with his arrival on TODAY before reuniting with his old cast members.

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