A/N This is a story I came up with while watching Back to the Future & Johnny Test. This story is about Johnny Test living in the year 1985 in Porkbelly with his family at the age of 17. Be sure to let me know what you think about this crossover. I do not own Johnny Test or Back to the Future.
A crossover event
JOHNNY GOES BACK TO THE FUTURE
Chapter 1: The Average life in 1985
The story begins inside what looks like a garage filled with many clocks, papers, boxes and equipment. Suddenly, a radio switched itself on and says,
Radio announcer: "October is inventory time. So right now, Statler Toyota is making the best deals of the year on all 1985 Toyota models. You won't find a better car at a better price with better service anywhere in Porkbelly."
Then a coffee maker goes off and pours hot water on to its surface. Then a TV switched itself on with a female newscaster saying,
TV Newscaster: "In other news, officials at the Pacific Nuclear research facility have denied the rumor that a case of missing plutonium was in fact stolen from their fault two weeks ago. A Libyan terrorist group had claim responsibility for the alleged theft."
Then an alarm goes off on the toaster, which kept making two slices of overcooked bread go in and out of it. Then a can of dog goes into a robotic hand's grip, which rotates all the way to a can opener that was able to open the can, and then the hand dumped the food into an overfilled dog's food bowl with the name "Einstein" written on it. Then the hand finally drops the empty can into a trash bin filled with more empty cans of dog food. Then three teens open the door while one of the teens puts the key to the door under the door mat, and then they all entered. One of the teens was a 17-year-old boy named Johnny Test with blond hair with red highlights, which makes it look like flaming hair, while wearing a blue short-sleeve jacket, a black t-shirt with a hazard mark on it, green cargo pants, and black Nike sneakers. The other two teens were two 19-year-old redheaded girls named Mary and Susan Test. Mary had long curly red hair, wears crescent shaped glasses and a moon-shaped barrette in her hair while wearing baggy blue jeans and sneakers with crescent moons on them, a yellow t-shirt with a crescent moon on it and a lab coat. Susan had completely straight red hair and wears square glasses and a star-shaped barrette in her hair while wearing a blue t-shirt with a star on it, a lab coat, black skirt and black Mary Jane shoes.
Johnny: "Hey, Doc?"
Mary: "Hello? Is anyone here?"
Johnny: "Einstein, come here, boy. (Whistles)"
Mary: "Guess they're not here."
Johnny: "Huh. I wonder where they- Oh, god."
Mary: "(Sniffs) Oh, Jesus."
Susan: "That's disgusting. What the hell is with this guy?"
Johnny: "Beats me."
Johnny had rolled his skateboard with his backpack on it to a case of plutonium, which they didn't realize was in the room. Then Johnny turned on Doc's amplifier on, and started flipping many switches under "DRIVER ADJUST" to on.
Susan: "Johnny, what are you doing?"
Johnny: "I'm getting ready to practice for my audition."
He turns a dial marked "PRIMARY DRIVER" all the way up.
Mary: "Okay, but do you have to turn everything all the way up?"
Johnny: "Hey, like the guys in the band always say, 'the louder, the better.'" (Turns dial marked "OVERDRIVE" all the way up) "Besides, what could go wrong?"
Susan: "You could blow out the amplifier, which we'll have to eventually repair."
Johnny plugs in an electric guitar into the amplifier, turns up the volume on it, and says,
Johnny: "Ah, you guys worry too much."
He flips a few more switches, stands in front of the giant amplifier, and Mary says,
Mary: "All right, but don't say we didn't warn you."
Then Susan and Mary stepped back and covered their ears, Johnny held up his guitar pick for a few seconds as it reflected from the light, and then he strums a few strings, but then the amplifier blew him away towards the chair behind him, which caused the stuff that was on the selves behind the chair to come down on him. Mary and Susan went over to Johnny to help get the stuff off of him.
Mary: "Johnny, are you all right?"
Johnny: "I'm fine. (Groans) Whoa."
A piece falls out of the amplifier and Johnny chuckles,
Johnny: "Heh, rock and roll."
Susan: "Told ya."
Then an alarm bell on the wall starts ringing, and they all go looking through the junk on the floor. Johnny picks up a speaker, pushes a button on it, and says,
Doc: "Johnny, is that you?"
Johnny: "Hey, Doc. Yeah, I'm here with my sisters."
Mary and Susan: "Hey, Doc."
Doc: "Hi. I'm glad you're all there. Listen, could you all meet me at the Twin Pines Mall tonight at 1:15 AM? I made a major breakthrough, and I'll need you kids to be there to assist me."
Johnny: "Wait, 1:15 in the morning? Why? What's going on?"
Susan: "Yeah, where have you been all week?"
Johnny: "How about Einstein? Is he with you?"
Doc: "Yeah, he's right here."
Mary: "Doc, you left all of your equipment on while you were away."
Doc: "My equipment? That reminds me, kids, you better not hook up the amplifier, there's a slight possibility of an overload."
Johnny: "Uh, yyyeah. We'll uh, keep that in mind, Doc."
Doc: "Good. I'll see you all tonight. Don't forget now, 1:15 AM, Twin Pines Mall."
Susan: "Got it."
Mary: "We'll be there."
Suddenly, all of the clocks in the room were ringing, chiming, and cuckooing, which made the teens cover their ears due to the noise they were making.
Doc: "Are those my clocks I hear?"
Johnny: "Yeah. It's eight o'clock right now."
Doc: "Perfect. My experiment worked! They're all exactly 25 minutes slow!"
Johnny, Mary and Susan: "WHAT?"
Johnny: "Wait a minute, Doc. Are you saying its 8:25 right now?"
Johnny: "Damn it!" (Puts speaker on counter) "We're late for school, Doc!"
Johnny switches the speaker off, grabs his bag and skateboard, and they all rushed out of Doc's place. Susan and Mary got on their two-person bicycle, and Johnny rode off on his board and said,
Johnny: "See you guys at the house."
Mary: "See ya."
Johnny caught on to the back of a truck to ride through town all the way to the high school. During halfway, he rolled onto the back of a jeep. Then he made it to the school grounds and tried to get through the entrance, but then he sees his girlfriend, Sissy Blakely, who had blond hair with a red lightning bolt pattern, a bandana around her head, multiple ear piercings and wearing a plain black t-shirt, white sashes on her red flannel skirt with blue jeans underneath it.
Johnny: "Hey, Sissy."
Sissy: "Johnny, don't go this way. Vice Principle Strickland is looking for you. If he catches you, it'll be four tardies in a row."
They managed to make it inside the school hallway undetected. Then they made to a corner of the hallway, Sissy took a peek around and says,
Sissy: "Okay, come on, I think we're safe."
Then they start walking down the hall, and Johnny says,
Johnny: "You know, this time wasn't my fault. Doc set all his clocks back by 25 minutes."
But then, a bald guy in a suit and bow tie, named Vice Principle Strickland, came out of the room they were passing, grabbed Johnny by the shoulder and said,
Mr. Strickland: "Doc?"
Johnny and Sissy: "Oh, so close."
Mr. Strickland: "Am I to understand that you and your sisters are still hanging around with Dr. Emmett Brown, Test? Tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk, tsk. Tardy slip for you, miss Blakely."
Sissy groans, and takes the slip.
Mr. Strickland: "And one for you, Test. I believe that makes four in a row." (Grabs Johnny's jacket collar) "Now let me give a nickel's worth of free advice, young man. This so-called Dr. Brown is dangerous. He's a real nutcase. Your sisters may have the same interests as him, but if you hang around him, your gonna end up in big trouble."
Johnny: "You mean like always?"
Mr. Strickland: "You got a real attitude problem, Test. You're a slacker. You remind me of your father when he went to this school, he was a slacker too."
Johnny: "Uh, yeah, whatever. Can we go now, Mr. Strickland?"
Mr. Strickland: "I've noticed that your band is up on the roster for the dance auditions after school today. Why even bother, Test? You don't have a chance. You're too much like your old man. No Test has ever amounted into anything in the history of Porkbelly!"
He said all this while both of their noses came into contact and Johnny does a sly smile and says,
Johnny: "Yeah, well, we'll see about that, Strickland. Cause I am about to change history."
A few hours later, it was time for the auditions and one of the audition groups had just finished, and one of the judges with a megaphone said,
Judge: "Next, please."
Johnny had walked to the stage after talking to Sissy with his red and black B.C. Rich Warlock guitar. He talks into the microphone saying,
Johnny: "Hey, uh, I'm Johnny. And uh, we're the lab rats."
Then they started playing the song "The Power of Love," and Johnny was jamming away at his guitar. Sissy was enjoying it, but the judges weren't amused by their performance. The judge with the megaphone cuts them off saying,
Judge: "Okay, that's enough. Thank you, fellas. Hold it, hold it, fellas. I'm afraid you're just too darn loud."
Johnny: "Say wha?"
Judge: "Next, please."
Johnny: "Wait, but we haven't-"
Judge: "Next group, please."
A few minutes later, Johnny and Sissy were walking around the town square while a van was driving around making announcements about re-electing mayor Goldie Wilson.
Johnny: "Too loud. I can't believe it. We'll never get a chance to play in front of anyone."
Sissy: "Johnny, one rejection is not the end of the world."
Johnny: "Well, maybe I'm just not cut out for music."
Sissy: "But you're good, Johnny. You're really good, and this audition tape sounds great." (Gives tape to Johnny) "You've gotta send it in to the record company. It's like Doc's always saying to you guys."
Johnny: "Yeah, I know. If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything."
Sissy: "It's good advice. Johnny."
Johnny: "All right, I'll send it in. But what if I do, and they don't like it? What if they say I'm no good? What if they say, "Get outta here, kid, you got no future."? I just don't think I can take that kind of rejection. Great, now I'm starting to sound just like my Dad."
Sissy: "Aw, come on, Johnny, He's not that bad. He's letting you borrow the car for tomorrow night."
Johnny stands on the seat of a bus stop, admiring a brand new custom 4x4 Statler Toyota truck.
Johnny: "Wow, check out that 4x4. That is hot. Someday, Sissy. Someday." (Pulls Sissy on to seat with him) "Wouldn't it be great to ride that truck all the way to the lake?" (Johnny and Sissy sit on the bus stop seat) "We could throw some sleeping bags in the back, and lie out underneath the stars."
Sissy: "I guess. But, does your mom know? About tomorrow night?"
Johnny: "Nah, are you kidding? My Mom thinks I'm going camping with the guys in the band. She'd freak out if she knew what I was really up to. I always get that lecture from her of how she never had to do any of that stuff when she was our age. Sometimes I think she's just bluffing."
Sissy: "She's just trying to keep you respectable."
Johnny: (Puts arm around Sissy) "Well she ain't doing a good job."
They were just about to kiss, but then an old lady interrupts them by shaking a can filled with coins in front them saying,
Old lady: "Save the clock tower! Save the clock tower! Mayor Wilson is sponsoring an initiative to replace that clock. 30 years ago, lightning struck that clock tower, and the clock hasn't run ever since. We of the Porkbelly Preservation Society think it should be preserved exactly the way it is as part of our history and heritage."
Johnny took out a quarter from his pocket, and puts it in the can.
Johnny: "All right, there you go, lady. There's your quarter."
Old Lady: "Thank you." (Gives flyer to Johnny) "Don't forget to take a flyer."
Then the old lady left and continued to spread the word and collect donations to save the clock tower.
Johnny: "Where were we?"
Sissy: "Right about here."
They tried kissing again, but they were interrupted by Mr. Blakely honking his car and pulled over near them.
Mr. Blakely: "Cecilia!"
Sissy: "(Sighs) It's my Dad. I gotta go." (Got off the bus stop seat)
Johnny: "Right. I'll be sure to call you tonight."
Sissy: "I'll be at my Grandma's. Here, let me give you the number."
Sissy writes down the number to her grandmother's place on the back of the flyer Johnny had got from the old lady.
Sissy: "Bye" (Kisses Johnny)
After the kiss, Johnny watched as his girlfriend walked away into her dad's car, then looked at the flyer, and noticed that she wrote more than the number, she also written a message above it that says, "I love you." Johnny smiled when he saw it, and then he looked at his watch, and he knew that he is running late in heading home. So he got on his skateboard and caught on to the back of a police car to ride all the way home. At halfway, he switched to the back of a truck. When he reached his neighborhood, it was already dark. He skateboarded the rest of the way to his home. When he got home, he saw a tow truck backing to his house with a car attached behind it. Johnny rushed to see whose car was wrecked, and it turned out to be the family car. He slammed his hand on to car's bumper, saw his twin sisters standing by the front door, walked up to them and said,
Johnny: "Perfect. Just perfect."
Then Mary patted Johnny on the shoulder twice as they all went inside their house, only to find their father, Hubert Test, wearing a neck tie, a dress shirt, and dress pants, while talking to a guy with combed over dirty blond hair in a business outfit named Biff.
Biff: "I can't believe you'd loan me your car, without telling it had a blind spot. I could've been killed."
Hubert: "Now, Biff, I-I never noticed that the car had any blind spots before when I would drive it. Hi kids."
Biff: "What, are you blind, Test? It's there. How else do you explain that wrecked out there?"
Hubert: "Now, Biff, can- Can I assume that your insurance will pay for the damage?"
Biff: "My insurance? It's your car. Your insurance should pay for it. I wanna know who's gonna pay for this. I spilled beer when I got smashed into. Who's gonna pay for my cleaning bill? And uh, where's my reports?"
Hubert: "Well, uh, I haven't finished them yet," (Biff grabs Hubert's tie) "But I figured since they weren't due till-"
Biff: (Knocking on Hubert's head) "Hello? Hello? Anybody home? Huh? Think, Test, think. I gotta have time to have em retyped. Do you realize what will happen if I hand in my reports in your handwriting? I'll get fired. You wouldn't want that to happen, would you?… WOULD YOU?"
Hubert: "Of course not, Biff. I wouldn't want that."
Biff takes a piece of candy out of a bowl filled with candy, and eats it in front of Johnny and his sisters with a sleazy grin, and then walks back to their dad as he says,
Hubert: "I'll just have those reports done by tonight, and run em on over first thing in the morning."
Biff: "Not too early. I sleep in on Saturday. Oh, Test, your shoes untied."
As soon as Hubert looked down to see his shoes, Biff bonked him on the nose.
Hubert: "Oh, ha ha."
Biff: "Don't be so gullible, Test. Got the place fixed up nice." (Takes a can of beer from the fridge) I have your car towed all the way to your house, and all you got for me is light beer?"
Then he notices Johnny, Mary and Susan were all looking at him at a very disapproving way, walks up to them, and says,
Biff: "What are you looking at, buttheads?" (Walks out) "Say hi to your mom for me."
After Biff left, Hubert walks up his kids while saying,
Hubert: "I know what you're gonna say, you three, and you're right. (Laughs nervously) You're right. But, uh, Biff happens to be my supervisor, and you all know I don't do so well when it comes to… confrontations."
Johnny: "But the car, Dad. I mean that jerk wrecked it, he totaled it! I needed that car for tomorrow night, Dad. Do you have any idea how important this was to me? Any at all?"
Hubert: "I know, son, and all I can say is… I'm sorry."
A few minutes later, it was dinner time at the table, and Hubert dumps a whole box of Peanut Brittle into snack bowl, and Mary says,
Mary: "Dad, you're not really gonna eat all that peanut brittle, are you?"
Susan: "It's not really good for your health, you know."
Hubert: "Now, girls, I know that you two are scientific geniuses, and you know a lot more than I do, but your old man is gonna be just fine."
Then he looks over at the TV in the kitchen, and saw something funny happening in it, and started laughing at it. Then a lady with brown hair gray streaks while wearing a striped jacket, a blue sweater, and red pants, and is also slightly overweight, named Lila, came in walking to the table while drinking a can of beer, and holding a cake, and said,
Lila: "Kids, we're gonna have to eat this cake by ourselves. Your Uncle Joey didn't make parole again. (Sighs)"
She puts the cake on the table showing a picture of a bird getting out of a jail cell, a message that says, "Welcome Home Uncle Joey."
Lila: "It would be nice if you all dropped him a line."
Johnny: "You mean like, Uncle Jailbird Joey?"
Mary: "He's your brother, Mom."
Susan: "Yeah, but I honestly find it embarrassing to have an uncle in jail."
Lila: "Now, children, we all make mistakes in life."
Mary: "By the way, Johnny, how'd it go at the dance audition today?"
Johnny: "Ah, those snooty judges totally blew us off."
Mary and Susan: "What?"
Johnny: "They said we were all too loud."
Mary: "But rock-and-roll being loud is what makes it sound great."
Susan: "Yeah. So what if it's a little loud? At least you can hear it."
Johnny: "I know!"
Lila: "Oh, I'm so sorry to hear that happened to you, sweetie."
Hubert: "I'm sorry to hear that too. But believe me, Johnny; you're better off not having to worry about all the aggravation, and headaches of playing songs at that dance."
Johnny: "Gee, thanks for the sympathy, Dad."
Susan: "Oh yeah. Johnny, while you outside pouting about the car, Sissy Blakely called for you twice."
Johnny: (Looks at watch) "Aw, man."
Lila: "I don't like her, Johnny. Any girl who calls up a boy is just asking for trouble."
Susan: "Oh, come on, Mom, there's nothing wrong with calling a boy."
Lila: "Well I think it's terrible. Girls chasing boys. When I was your age, I never chased, or called a boy, or even sat in a parked car with a boy."
Mary: "Then how are we supposed to meet anyone?"
Lila: "Well, it'll just happen. Like the way I met your father."
Susan: "That was real stupid that Grandpa hit him with his car."
Lila: "It was meant to be. Anyway, if your Grandfather didn't hit him, then none of you would have been born."
Susan: "Yeah well, I still don't get what Dad was doing in the middle of the street."
Lila: "What were you doing, Hugh? Bird-Watching?"
Hubert was so occupied on writing the reports for Biff; he wasn't paying attention to what they were saying until he heard that his wife called him.
Hubert: "What, Lila? What?"
Lila: "Well, anyway, your Grandpa hit him with the car, and brought him into the house. He seemed so helpless. Like a little lost puppy, and my heart just went out to him."
Susan: "(Groans) Mom, we know. You've told us this story a million times. You felt sorry for him, so you decided to take him to the "Under the Sea" dance."
Lila: "No, it was the "Enchantment Under the Sea" dance. That was our first date. I'll never forget it. It was night of that terrible thunderstorm, remember, Hugh?"
Hubert was distracted by the show on TV, and didn't hear a word from his wife.
Lila: "We kissed for the first time on that dance floor. It was then that I realized that I was gonna spend the rest of my life with him."
Then Hubert was laughing about what happened on TV, and the family watched him laugh in a sense of disappointment.
TO BE CONTINUED