Yes, I hear you, Amy.
But I'm quite busy working on the time machine.
When will it be fixed?
Well, I'm still trying to dial it back to the 1950s where you currently exist, so I can get you back to the 21st century.
How far back have I made it to so far?
Uh ... 2017.
Quite rude of you to say so.
The glitch is purely regarding the time machine.
So, on a happier note, how's it going in 1950-something with the family you're staying with?
Yeah. I see what you mean.
So, what about the greaser guy you met? He must be a bit more exciting to hang out with.
All he's been talking about is the new entertainer called Elvis?
Wow, that's kinda freaky.
But you can't tell him how successful Elvis is going to be, right?
C'mon Amy ... tell me that you won't say anything at all about the future of Elvis.
He moved with his family to Memphis, Tennessee when he was only 13 years old, although financial gain was not to be for the family. They lived in a rooming house for nearly a year, then moved into public housing.
This move, though, would turn out to be a pivotal occurrence in the life of Elvis. His music career started there in 1954, after he appeared in a talent show only a year earlier.
His first single, Heartbreak Hotel, was released in January of 1956, becoming number one on the hit parade.
In 1956 he starred in his first film, Love Me Tender, and in 1957 came his second film, Jailhouse Rock.
He quickly rose to the highest rank of an entertainer: "The King". He remains the best selling solo artist.
In 1957, Elvis Presley purchased the property for his mansion he would name Graceland, outside the main area of Memphis.
The date of Graceland's opening to the public is June 7, 1982.
Hundreds of thousands of visitors will continue to walk through its doors each year.
Elvis Presley passed away on August 16, 1977. He rests at Graceland in the Meditation Garden.