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|Blast from the Past|
|Season №:||Season 2|
|Season episode №:||22b|
|Overall episode №:||48b|
|Original airdate:|| September 3, 2014|
November 19, 2014 (official encore)
|Airing Time:|| 10:20 p.m.|
9:02 p.m. (official encore)
|Directed by:||Rod Amador|
|Written by:||Eric Rivera|
Blast from the Past is the second half of the 22nd episode of the second season of Wild Grinders, and the second half of the 48th episode overall.
Lil Rob finds an old first place trophy for a skating championship in the attic and assumes it's his Dad's trophy. Goggles breaks out the time machine skateboard so Lil Rob can go back in time with Meaty to see Gene win the trophy. When Lil Rob arrives in the past, he collides with an 11-year-old Gene who's riding his skateboard. Gene wipes out and is embarrassed, vowing to never skate again. Lil Rob thinks he changed his dad's destiny. Together with the kid version of Goggle's dad (Toggles), Lil Rob works to get Gene to skate again and thereby fix the timeline.
- Gene's childhood self is shown for the first time, especially Patty's.
- Goggles' father's name reveals to be Toggles, and his childhood self is shown for the first time.
- In the past, Gene haven't worked together with Toggles, dissimilar to Lil Rob and Goggles' collaboration right now.
- Along with the previous episode, containing Fists of Justice: The Beginning and Lil Rob & the Beanstalk, Mr. Dogfyre and Blast from the Past is the second episode to have their airtime to be irregular (10:20).
- Because the four segments were scheduled and released too early (September 3, 2014), Blast from the Past and Mr. Dogfyre have their official and scheduled encore.
- Without the first segment paired, it's make Blast from the Past to be the second segment to be released in the Nicktoons official site individually.
- Lil Gene, Patty, and Toggles are all located in the year 1975. In reality, the real Rob Dyrdek was born in 1974, close to 1975.
- One of the original artworks of Lil Rob and Meaty are shown in their portrait.
- The Wild Grinders Facebook site states that this episode was supposed to be a parody of Back to the Future.