Bully: Scholarship Edition is an adventure game developed by Rockstar New England and published by Rockstar Games. In Bully: Scholarship Edition, you play as Jimmy Hopkins, a mischievous 15-year-old attending a fictional New England boarding school known as Bullworth Academy. Download Bully: Anniversary Edition and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. .PLEASE NOTE: This game is officially supported on the following devices only: iPhone 5, 5s, 5c, 6, 6s, 6 Plus, SE, 7, 7 Plus, iPod Touch 6th Gen, iPad Mini 2, 3 & 4, iPad 4th Gen, iPad Air 1 & 2, and iPad Pro. Bully, also known as Canis Canem Edit in the PAL region, is a third person action-adventure video game released by Rockstar Vancouver for the PlayStation 2 on October 17, 2006 in the United States, and October 25, 2006 in the United Kingdom. An Xbox version was originally in development but was cancelled for undisclosed reasons. The game was re-released with enhanced graphics, new features. Bully takes place in the fictitious town of Bullworth situated in the New England region of the United States.After being expelled from seven previous schools, the game's protagonist, 15-year-old James 'Jimmy' Hopkins, is sent to the town's prominent private boarding school, Bullworth Academy, for a year while his mother and her new husband go on their honeymoon. Biff Howard Tannen is a fictional character in the Back to the Future trilogy. Wilson plays Biff in all three films as well as the Universal Studios ride, and voiced the character in the animated series.
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|Back to the Future character|
|First appearance||Back to the Future (1985)|
|Last appearance||Back to the Future: The Game (2011)|
|Portrayed by||Thomas F. Wilson|
|Voiced by||Thomas F. Wilson (animated series; Telltale videogame, 2015-re-release)|
Kid Beyond (Telltale videogame, original release)
|Original time||1955, 1985, 1985A, 2015|
|Years visited||1955 (from 2015)|
Biff Howard Tannen is a fictional character in the Back to the Future trilogy. Thomas F. Wilson plays Biff in all three films as well as the Universal Studios ride, and voiced the character in the animated series. Biff is the main antagonist of the first and second films. Biff's great-grandfather, Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen, fills a similar role in the third.
The character is portrayed as a tall, aggressive, dim-witted and misogynistic bully who obtains what he wants by intimidating others into doing his work for him, or by cheating. He and his family members are shown to misuse idioms in ways that make them appear stupid and pathetic despite their intention to insult or scare. His favorite insult is 'butthead'.
Biff's early life and nature
Biff was born in Hill Valley, California. He is the great-grandson of Buford 'Mad Dog' Tannen, son of Irving “Kid” Tannen and grandfather of Griff Tannen. Rather than studying in high school, he is depicted as preferring to bully George McFly into doing his homework for him while he drinks and hangs out with his friends. Feared by most of his schoolmates, he is less brave without his gang (Match, Skinhead, and 3-D). The only person at Hill Valley High School that Biff is afraid of is Mr. Strickland. Biff had been living with his grandmother, Gertrude Tannen, at 1809 Mason Street for some time by November 1955. In 1955, Biff was depicted as frequently driving his black 1946 Ford Deluxe convertible around Hill Valley.
In 1955, Biff had a crush on Lorraine Baines who does not return the sentiments. In the original 1985, Biff's marital status is unknown as no mention of a wife was ever made in the trilogy.
The alternate 1985 reveals that Lorraine, widowed after the murder of George McFly, ended up marrying Biff, in 1973, so that her children could live a better life. In a video clip after their wedding, Biff is asked, “how does it feel?”, to which he replies, “Third time's the charm.” Hence, it stands to reason, that in the original timeline, Biff would have been married (and perhaps divorced) twice before.
By 2015, Biff has a teenage grandson, Griff, suggesting that Biff had at least one child by 1985. The animated series reveals that Biff has a son, Biff Jr.
Character creation and model
The character is named for studio executive Ned Tanen following an incident years earlier where Tanen reacted aggressively to a script being pitched by the film's writers Bob Gale and Robert Zemeckis. Tanen accused the two of attempting to produce an antisemitic work with their 1978 film, I Wanna Hold Your Hand. Drafts of Back to the Future show the character with the middle initial of 'H', but this detail was omitted in further revisions.
As the October 2015 date featured in the films approached, media outlets began noting the similarities between the older version of the character and then-presidential candidate Donald Trump. When the comparison was brought to Gale's attention in an interview, he revealed, 'Yeah. That's what we were thinking about.' Both The Daily Beast and Rolling Stone note the similarities of Biff's casino penthouse to Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino; additionally, The Beast points out that in Back to the Future Part II,
Biff uses the profits from his 27-story casino... to help shake up the Republican Party, before eventually assuming political power himself, helping transform Hill Valley, California, into a lawless, dystopian wasteland, where hooliganism reigns, dissent is quashed, and wherein Biff encourages every citizen to call him 'America's greatest living folk hero.'
In an October 2020 interview with Michael J. Fox, who played opposite the character, he was asked about the modeling of the character on Trump. Fox replied, 'Every worst instinct in mankind has been played on [by Trump], and for me that's just anathema. Biff is president!'
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- ^'Back To The Future'. Scifiscripts.com. March 18, 1952. Archived from the original on September 24, 2015. Retrieved September 26, 2015.
- ^Freer, Ian. 'The making of Back to the Future', Empire, January 2003.
- ^'Q&A with Director Robert Zemeckis & Producer Bob Gale','Back to the Future DVD –, Bonus Materials
- ^Lee, Benjamin, Back to the Future writer: bad guy Biff was based on Donald Trump, The Guardian, October 23, 2015
- ^ abcCollins, Ben (October 21, 2015). ''Back to the Future' Writer: Biff Tannen Is Based on Donald Trump'. The Daily Beast. Archived from the original on May 8, 2017. Retrieved April 27, 2019.
- ^Stuart, Tessa (October 21, 2015). ''Back to the Future' Writer: Biff Is Donald Trump'. Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on March 30, 2019. Retrieved April 27, 2019.
- ^Freeman, Hadley, Michael J Fox: 'Every step now is a frigging math problem, so I take it slow', The Guardian, Saturday, November 21, 2020
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