The Circle K is where Bill & Ted rapped in Lewis and Clark vs Bill and Ted.

Information on the location

Circle K is an international chain of convenience stores, founded by Karl Eller in 1951, in El Paso, Texas, United States. It is where Bill and Ted first meet Rufus and learn of their future time-traveling exploits in the 1989 movie, Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure.

Appearance in the rap battle

This is the location where Bill and Ted rapped. Socrates made a cameo appearance during their first verse during Ted's line "I've heard better insults drop from Socrates' anus!" Various rappers also returned as reused footage and were seen making cameo appearances alongside Bill and Ted throughout their first verse; these reoccurring characters consisted of Billy the Kid (portrayed by reused footage of a mustached cowboy), Napoleon Bonaparte, Abe Lincoln, Genghis Khan, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Joan of Arc. During their second verse, Rufus made a cameo appearance with the time-traveling phone booth where he told Bill and Ted to "be excellent". Marty McFly could also be seen throughout the battle in the window of the Circle "E" on a poster.


  • The logo was changed from "K" to "E", signifying ERB.
    • This is the fifth location where the title of it was altered in the battle.