Plot[ edit ] Willy Loman returns home exhausted after a canceled business trip. Worried over Willy's state of mind and recent car crash, his wife Linda suggests that he asks his boss Howard Wagner to allow him to work in his home city so he will not have to travel.
Comic Books Empowered has this in a kind of Imagine Spotwhere kid Emp meets her future superheroine self. Why do I have such a big butt as a grownup? How did I wind up so old and f-fat? Thanks a lot, younger version of me.
In Paper Girlswhen the future version of Erin meets her younger self, she worries she'll be seen as this, due to being overweight, single, and stuck at the same job for nearly 30 years.
Her past self, however, doesn't care about her weight, enjoys her new job, and thinks boys are gross anyway. Conversely, Erin's clone from the far future isn't pleased with the older Erin's figure. When a jock who is usually pretty mellow picks up a geeky kid and says he's gonna go give him a swirly in response to some of his peers goading Tim points Relationship between willy and biff that the nerd is the type of person the jock in question is likely to work for in the future and the jock takes that as an excuse not to go through with it.
Fanfic Central in Saruman Of Many Devices shows Saruman the future where he ends up as this - his army destroyed and he himself stabbed by his former minion while attempting to take over the Shire out of vengeance - as a means to get him to go along with his plans for progress.
Film Back to the Future: In the first movieBiff in has gone from George McFly's bullying supervisor to waxing George's car, after Marty goes back in time and teaches his dad to stand up to Biff. It sort of works out for everyone, since Biff now has a little humility and runs his own detailing business.
Of course he isn't fantastically rich, but at least he doesn't own the world. Biff is still hiding some deep resentment for George and his family, though, because his elderly future self in Part II steals the DeLorean and changes history much to George's detriment.
Though, by Word of Godnot as much as he would have thought. The Future Loser Biff is still shown to be a much better person than the Rich Bad Future Biff, who was cruel, corrupt, vindictive, and a murderer. They also mention in the Secrets of the Back to the Future Trilogy featurette that the chest pains and collapse he goes through after returning to are possibly the result of Lorraine shooting him dead sometime in the early '90s - either because she was sick of his abuse or she found out that he murdered George.
In any event, regular Biff may be a loser bybut rich Biff, for all his money and power, ended up dead by then. Marty's first fear when Doc appears at the end of the first film, insisting that he come to the future and fix things?
That he and Jennifer will grow up to be, if not losers, then at least "assholes". That turns out to be the truth at least until they fix things. Marty agreed to a car race which resulted in him hitting another car.
The owner sued, Marty broke his hand, he had to give up on his music and Jennifer only married him out of pity. By he either ends up with both kids in jail or he gets fired. Though the ending of the ending implies that things will turn out better now that Marty's learned some humility himself.
Disney's The Kid has a young boy encounter his future self. After running through everything his future self got wrong, the boy shouts, "I grow up to be a loser! The joke is that his priorities as an adult were very different from what they were as a child.
Played with in the film Anger Management. The schoolyard bully that made Adam Sandler 's character's life miserable grew up to be Who, despite being a monk, still thinks that Adam Sandler's childhood humiliation was hilarious.
Adam Sandler ends up getting his revenge the old fashioned way - by beating the crap out of the former schoolyard bully. After she body-switches to the future, the year-old main character discovers that the super hunky jock she desperately wanted to date in the past is now a fat, balding taxi driver.
He tells her he recently went to a class reunion, and all the bullies had turned into nobodies, while the former nobodies had quite decent lives and careers. At the end of Can't Hardly Wait it is revealed Mike Dexter's future includes losing his football scholarship after drinking too much, being forty pounds overweight, and losing his job at a car wash when incriminating Polaroids surface.
Billy Christiansen takes the gold: And he still thinks he can bed Romy since she had a thing for him back in the day, even though the last time they saw each other he publicly humiliated her for a laugh. His wife Christie deserves a mention too. She carried on her spiteful Alpha Bitch ways 10 years beyond highschool, retaining her Girl Posse who copy her every move, so she never grew out of her teenage bullying- but the reunion reveals her life is a pathetic shell of her past glories.In the Arthur Miller’s novel, Death of A Salesman, the interaction between Willy Loman and his sons, Happy and Biff, allows Miller to comment on father-son relationships and the conflicts that arise from them.
Back to the Future. In the first movie, Biff in has gone from George McFly's bullying supervisor to waxing George's car, after Marty goes back in time and teaches his dad to stand up to ashio-midori.com sort of works out for everyone, since Biff now has a little humility and runs his own detailing business.
Of course he isn't fantastically rich, but at least he doesn't own the world. Biff even promises to score a touchdown for Willy, this is a very positive time in their relationship.
Willy is encouraging Biff and Happy's idea to play sports for a living. Although after this line Willy becomes more critical of Biff telling him not to say the word Gee, and giving him other advice.
Context. Arthur Miller was born in New York City on October 17, His career as a playwright began while he was a student at the University of Michigan. The Importance of Biff's Role in "Death of a Salesman" The play "Death of a Salesman", by Arthur Miller, follows the life of Willy Loman, a self-deluded salesman who lives in utter denial, always seeking the "American Dream," and constantly falling grossly short of his mark.
Battle between Father and Son Family relationships always have a way of playing a key role for the duration of most literary pieces. According to Arthur Miller’s novel, Death of a Salesman, the interaction of Willy and his sons, Happy and Biff, shows that family ties usually are connected either physically or emotionally in some way or another.