Mothers. For many of us, they're our first heroes. The strong, amazing women who shape us and turn us into the similarly powerful women we become through their love and guidance.
And also? They used to be super horny teens down to clown with the first hottie to get run down by your grandpa's car.
Even as adults, it's weird to consider that your parents are or have ever been sexual beings. And even for the unfortunate among us who've walked in on their parents in various stages of flagrante, at the very least, we can thank our lucky clocktowers that we are not Marty McFly, object of sexual desire by his own mother, admittedly a young, teenage version of his mother years before the invention of the Hitachi Magic Wand.
Putting aside all the creepy incest stuff, Young Lorraine is the patron saint of horny-ass teens. To see the depiction like this of a teen girl — one who desperately wants to get into those Calvins — existing 1955, an era when Lucy and Ricky slept in separate beds even after the birth of their first child, would be a big enough deal as it is, but the movie was released in 1985 and I'm writing this in 2018, and there is still this prevailing notion that women aren't as into sex as men. Um, my girl Lorraine and I have news for you — WE ARE INTO IT. Especially if we're dealing with Michael J. "Is He Ever A" Fox. I mean, a round of therapy all around on us, but...like...we get it.
Same, Michael J. Same.