Josh Gad has been a machine during social distancing. The
But it had one glaring omission: Biff, the trilogy’s villain/sad sack (depending on the timeline) wasn’t able to join in on the fun. Biff’s absence was the catalyst for a mystery guest’s phone call during a special “fan call” installment of the series. The caller told Gad he’s a “butthead” for not having Tom Wilson, who played the notable baddie, included in the reunion episode.
No one likes being called a butthead. But that insult isn’t so bad when Biff himself says it. As it turns out, Wilson was the not-so-mysterious caller who wanted Gad to make like a tree and get out of here. We should’ve known—after all, Wilson knows a lot about buttheads. He dealt with them in multiple timelines.
While we would have loved to see Wilson reunite with his cast members during the full reunion, this was a great bonus for
Also, this was a perfect way for Gad to once again promote Project Hope. It’s a global health and humanitarian relief organization that is helping in the fight against COVID-19. Gad has been trying to raise funds for the charity during his
That pretty much guarantees he’s not a butthead. Even Biff Tannen knows that’s a worthy cause.