AppearanceThe wards were located in a circular building that had two floors. As they were the outermost rooms, the wards were curved. There were no windows to outside, but the wall facing inward was glass. Set in the glass wall was a door and an intercom for communicating with the guard standing outside. A locker was located in the rooms, where the personal belongings of the patient were kept inside. Only the guard outside knew the combination. A large metallic pot with a large green plant was located in one corner of the room. In the other was bed below a poster promoting the Citizen Plus program. Next to the bed was a small table with three pamphlets also promoting the program.
HistoryIn order to restore Hill Valley to the proper 1986, Marty McFly appealed to Mayor Citizen Brown, who had been his friend in the original timeline. Before Marty could bring Brown to his side, however, the mayor's wife, Edna Strickland, took Brown and Marty to the Citizen Plus ward, where they were to be involuntarily committed to the Citizen Plus Program, a brainwashing method used by Edna to "bring even the most rabid of dogs to heel".
While Brown was strapped to a table in a small lab located in the center of the building and was undergoing the treatment, Marty was trapped in one of the rooms. With the help of his dad, who was in control of Squawk boxes and security cameras, and his girlfriend Jennifer Parker, who was located in the adjacent room, Marty escaped and managed to free Brown before his personality was rewritten. The pair eventually managed to save the original 1986, even improving it for certain people.
- Back to the Future: The Game
- Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 3: Citizen Brown (Indirect mention only)
- Back to the Future: The Game - Episode 4: Double Visions (First appearance)