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2015D was an ABC timeline. It was a version of 2015 where Doc Brown set up a video camera to capture video of a space time correction before going back in time to prevent a nuclear holocaust in 2045. After setting up his video camera to capture the changes to the timeline on camera, Doc heads to an unknown time period in order to prevent the invention of the food hydrator, self lacing shoes, the hoverboard, and the Mr. Fusion home energy reactor in order to prevent the 2045 nuclear holocaust.
- After changing the timeline where Biff ran Hill Valley, and refusing to race Needles in 1985, the fax printout from 2015B no longer prints that Marty McFly was fired from his job at CusCo in this timeline, as Jennifer Parker witnessed the words being erased in 1985.
- However, despite Marty's future improving over the events in 2015B as he didn't hit the Rolls-Royce in 1985, Marty and Jennifer still let their son Martin McFly, Jr. get involved with Griff Tannen in this timeline. The events at the Courthouse Mall on October 21 still occurred. the front page picture of the Hill Valley Telegraph from October 22, 2045 used the same picture as that used in the article of Griff Tannen's arrest on October 22, 2015 in USA Today in 2015B.
- On October 16, Statler Toyota aired a commercial featuring Jimmy Joe Statler, so the business is still operating in this timeline. However, it is unknown whether it still occupies the plot of land it did in 1985, where the Pontiac dealership operated in 2015B, or if it had always remained in business, yet simply moved some time after 1985.
Behind the Scenes
- This timeline is first seen at the opening of the short film Doc Brown Saves the World. It is overwritten by 2015E once Doc successfully prevents the inventions from being commercially available by 2015.