First Look: Christopher Lloyd Visits Raising Hope

Dec 13 2012, 8:15am CST | by

First Look: Christopher Lloyd Visits Raising Hope
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Raising Hope | Photo Credits: Michael Becker/Fox

Great Scott! Jimmy (Lucas Neff) gets a surprise when he goes car shopping on the Jan. 8 episode of Fox's Raising Hope. Turns out he has no credit, thanks to his parents, who maxed out cards in his name years ago. Now, in order for their son to afford a new ride, Burt (Garret Dillahunt) and Virginia (Martha Plimpton) must convince their bank rep (Back to the Future star Christopher Lloyd) to clear Jimmy's debt. The catch: He wants their new DeLorean sports car in exchange.

"Who wouldn't want a DeLorean?" says Dillahunt. "I was bustin' open the gull-wing doors with Huey Lewis cranked into the red zone. Everyone should drive a DeLorean just once."

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