Quantum Leap




Episodes:
Season One: Synopsis
1. Genesis - September 13, 1956 (1)
2. Genesis - September 13, 1956 (2)
3. Star-Crossed - June 15, 1972
4. The Right of God - October 24, 1974
5. How the Tess Was Won - August 5, 1956
6. Double Identity - November 8, 1965
7. The Color of Truth - August 8, 1955
8. Camikazi Kid - June 6, 1961
9. Play It Again, Seymour - April 14, 1953


Season Two: Synopsis
10. Honeymoon Express - April 27, 1960
11. Disco Inferno - April 1, 1976
12. The Americanization of Machiko - August 4, 1953
13. What Price Gloria? - October 16, 1961
14. Blind Faith - February 6, 1964
15. Good Morning, Peoria - September 9, 1959
16. Thou Shalt Not... - February 2, 1974
17. Jimmy - October 14, 1964
18. So Help Me God - July 29, 1957
19. Catch A Falling Star - May 21, 1979
20. A Portrait for Troian - February 7, 1971
21. Animal Frat - October 19, 1967
22. Another Mother - September 30, 1981
23. All Americans - November 6, 1962
24. Her Charm - September 26, 1973
25. Freedom - November 22, 1970
26. Good Night, Dear Heart - November 9, 1957
27. Pool Hall Blues - September 4, 1954
28. Leaping in Without a Net - November 18, 1958
29. Maybe Baby - March 11, 1963
30. Sea Bride - June 3, 1954
31. M.I.A. - April 1, 1969


Season Three: Synopsis
32. The Leap Home - November 25, 1969
33. The Leap Home, Part II (Vietnam) - April 7, 1970
34. Leap of Faith - August 19, 1963
35. One Strobe over the Line - June 15, 1965
36. The Boogieman - October 31, 1964
37. Miss Deep South - June 7, 1958
38. Black On White On Fire - August 11, 1965
39. The Great Spontini - May 9, 1974
40. Rebel Without a Clue - September 1, 1958
41. A Little Miracle - December 24, 1962
42. Runaway - July 4, 1964
43. 8 1/2 Months - November 15, 1955
44. Future Boy - October 6, 1957
45. Private Dancer - October 6, 1979
46. Piano Man - November 10, 1985
47. Southern Comforts - August 4, 1961
48. Glitter Rock - April 12, 1974
49. A Hunting Will We Go - June 18, 1976
50. Last Dance Before An Execution - May 12, 1971
51. Heart of a Champion - July 23, 1955
52. Nuclear Family - October 26, 1962
53. Shock Theater - October 3, 1954


Season Four: Synopsis
54. The Leap Back - June 15, 1945
55. Play Ball - August 6, 1961
56. Hurricane - August 17, 1969
57. Justice - May 11, 1965
58. Permanent Wave - June 2, 1983
59. Raped - June 20, 1980
60. The Wrong Stuff - January 24, 1961
61. Dreams - February 28, 1979
62. A Single Drop of Rain - September 7, 1953
63. Unchained - November 2, 1956
64. The Play's the Thing - September 9, 1969
65. Running For Honor - June 11, 1964
66. Temptation Eyes - February 1, 1985
67. The Last Gunfighter - November 28, 1957
68. A Song for the Soul - April 7, 1963
69. Ghost Ship - August 13, 1956
70. Roberto! - January 27, 1982
71. It's A Wonderful Leap - May 10, 1958
72. Moments to Live - May 4, 1985
73. The Curse of Ptah-Hotep - March 2, 1957
74. Stand Up - April 30, 1959
75. A Leap for Lisa - June 25, 1957


Season Five: Synopsis
76. Lee Harvey Oswald - October 5, 1957
- November 22, 1963 (1)
77 Lee Harvey Oswald - October 5, 1957
- November 22, 1963 (2)
78. Leaping of the Shrew - September 27, 1956
79. Nowhere to Run - August 10, 1968
80. Killin' Time - June 18, 1958
81. Star Light, Star Bright - May 21, 1966
82. Deliver Us From Evil - March 19, 1966
83. Trilogy Part I - August 8, 1955
84. Trilogy Part II - June 14, 1966
85. Trilogy Part III - July 28, 1978
86. Promised Land - December 22, 1971
87. A Tale of Two Sweeties - February 25, 1958
88. Liberation - October 16, 1968
89. Dr. Ruth - April 25, 1985
90. Blood Moon - March 10, 1975
91. Return of the Evil Leaper - October 8, 1956
92. Revenge of the Evil Leaper - September 16, 1987
93. Goodbye Norma Jean - April 4, 1960
94. The Beast Within - November 6, 1972
95. The Leap Between The States - September 20, 1862
96. Memphis Melody - July 3, 1954
97. Mirror Image - August 8, 1953









































































































































































































PROJECT QUANTUM LEAP

Sam Beckett (Scott Bakula)
Species: Human
Gender: Male
Occupation ; Scientist, Time traveller
Family: John Beckett (father; deceased),
Thelma Beckett (mother),
Tom Beckett (brother),
Katherine Beckett (sister),
Maggie Beckett (niece)
Spouse: Dr. Donna Eleese
Children: Samantha Josephine 'Sammy Jo' Fuller


Al Calavicci ( Dean Stockwell )
Occupation: Pilot,
Companion/Assistant to Dr. Sam Beckett
Title: Rear admiral
Family: Trudy Calavicci (sister; deceased)
Spouse: Beth Calavicci


Ziggy ( Deborah Pratt (voice))
The supercomputer Sam designed to run Project Quantum Leap. The computer has a feminine personality and a massive ego; the latter feature is an accomplishment Sam is particularly proud of, as it makes Ziggy much more than a simple number-crunching machine. Ziggy is programmed with historical information through Sam's life and has access to outside databases, and is able to project the likely effect of Sam's actions on history.



Leapees

Below is a list of all of the people displaced during Project Quantum Leap.

Cpt. Tom Stratton (Layne Beamer) - Air Force test pilot on a program to break faster than Mach 3.

Tim Fox (Tim Martin) - A minor league baseball player near the end of his career.

Dr. Gerald Bryant (John Tayloe) - A once-respected English Lit. professor having an affair with one of his students.

Clarence "Kid" Cody (Michael Strasser) - A professional boxer on the take from the mafia.

Dr. Daniel Young (Sloan Fischer) - A large animal veterinarian in rural Texas

Frankie La Palma (Page Mosely) - A handsome Mafia hitman.

Geno Frascotti (Michael Genovese) - A feared Mafia don.

Jesse Tyler (Howard Matthew Johnson) - A chauffeur/houseman to a wealthy, elderly woman.

Cameron Wilson (Scott Menville) - A teenaged gearhead.

Nick Allen (Tony Heller) - A private investigator in love with his late partner’s wife.

A firefighter - A firefighter rescuing an old woman’s cat from a tree.

Lt. Tom McBride (Ron Chabidon) - A New York police detective on his honeymoon to Niagara Falls.

Chad Stone (Kevin Light) - A professional movie stuntman.

Charlie MacKenzie (Bill Arnold) - A recently-discharged sailor returning home with a Japanese war bride.

Samantha Stormer (La Reine Chabut) - A professional secretary at a Detroit automotive manufacturing company.

Andrew Ross (Bill Burdin) - A blind classical concert pianist.

Chick Howell (Douglas Ibold) - A deejay at a rock-n-roll radio station.

Rabbi David K. Basch (John J. Reiner) - A rabbi trying to guide his family through a difficult time.

Jimmy LaMotta ‡ (Brad Silverman) - A dockworker with Downs Syndrome.

Leonard Dancey (Travis Michael Holder) - A lawyer defending a black woman accused of murdering her white lover.

Ray Hutton (Michael Carl) - An actor traveling with a road show of Man of La Mancha.

Dr. Timothy Mintz (Donald P. Bellisario) - A paranormal researcher investigating a possible haunting.

Knut "Wild Thing" Wileton (Jeff Benson) - A college student, fraternity president and all-around party animal.

Linda Brookner (Molly Meeker) - A real estate agent and single mother.

Eddie Vega (Corey Smith) - A high school football quarterback.

Peter Langly (Mark Marigian) - An FBI Agent guarding a federal witness.

George Washakie (Jim Jaimes) - A Native American man who is on the run with his dying grandfather.

Melvin Spooner (Marvyn Byrkett) - A mortician/coroner investigating the death of a young woman.

Charlie "Black Magic" Waters (Robert "Rags" Woods) - An aging professional pool shark.

Victor Panzini (Ted Nordblum) - An performer in a once-famous aerial act.

"Buster" (Jay Boryea) - A bouncer helping his girlfriend kidnap a baby.

Phillip Dumont (Kent Phillips) - A man trying to win back his ex-wife from her mafia fiancé.

Jake Rawlins (Doug Bauer) - A San Diego narcotics detective.

Sam Beckett (Adam Affonso) - Sam’s 16-year-old self.

Herbert "Magic" Williams (Christopher Kirby) - Navy SEAL stationed in Vietnam.

Fr. Frank Pistano (Bud Sabatino) - A recently ordained Catholic priest.

Karl Granson (Danny McCoy, Jr.) - A professional fashion photographer.

Joshua Rey (Chris Ruppenthal) - A horror novelist.

Darlene Monty (Theresa Ring) - Miss Sugar Belle, a contestant in the Miss Deep South pageant.

Ray Harper (Garon Grigsby) - A black medical school student with a white girlfriend.

Harry Spontini (Dan Birch) - A professional magician fighting for custody of his daughter.

Shane "Funny Bone" Thomas (Kristopher Logan) - A member of a roving motorcycle gang.

Reginald Pearson (Milan Nicksic) - The personal assistant to a ruthless businessman.

"Butchie" Rickett (Buff Borin) - A 13-year-old boy on vacation with his family.

Billie Jean Crockett (Priscilla Weems) - A pregnant teenager estranged from her father.

Kenny Sharpe (Matt Marfoglia) - An actor on the children’s television series Time Patrol.

Rod McCarty (Chris Solari) - A performer with the Chippendales dance company.

Joey DeNardo (Sam Clay) - A lounge musician working under the name Chuck Danner.

Gilbert LaBonte (Richard White) - The owner and proprietor of the LaBonte Quilting and Sewing Academy (a front for a brothel).

Jeffrey Mole/Tonic (Bruce Michael Paine) - The lead singer of a glitter rock band, King Thunder.

Gordon O'Reilly (Ken Kells) - A professional bounty hunter.

Jesus Ortega (Stephen Domingas) - A death row inmate.

Terry Sammis (Jeff Hochendoner) - A wrestler performing under the name Nikolai Russkie.

Eddie Elroy - A college student and part-time atom bomb shelter salesman.

Sam Bederman - A depression patient at a mental hospital.

Cpt. Tom Jarret ¹ (Dean Denton) - A recently liberated WWII prisoner of war.

A stand-up comic - An entertainer working the Catskills dealing with a bitter custody hearing.

Lester Fuller (Owen Rutledge) - A minor league baseball player trying to get back into the majors.

Archie Necaise (Bob Hamilton) - A police deputy working in a town in the path of a hurricane.

Clyde (Glenn Edden) - A civil servant and recent inductee into the Ku Klux Klan.

Frank Bianca (Robert Jacobs) - A professional hairdresser born Maurice Liptschitz.

Katie McBain (Cheryl Pollak) - A rape victim.

Bobo (a chimpanzee) - A chimpanzee in the early stages of Project Mercury.

Jack Stone (David Garrison) - A police detective working on a gruesome murder investigation.

Billy Beaumont (Ted Baader) - A con-artist claiming that he can make rain.

Chance Cole (Mark Kemble) - A prisoner being held past his sentence at a forced labor camp.

Tommy York (Beau Windham) - A Naval cadet under investigation for being a homosexual.

Dylan Powell (Harker Wade) - An aging television reporter covering the story of a serial murder.

Tyler Means (Paul Bordman) - A former Old West gunslinger with an old partner who has come looking for revenge.

Cherea (Tiffany Jameson) - A member of a rhythm and blues girl group.

Eddie Brackett (Mark McPherson) - The co-pilot of a small aircraft over the Bermuda Triangle.

Roberto Guttierrez (Andrew Roa) - A sensationalist reporter with a bizarre talk show.

Max Greenman (Ross Partridge) - A taxi driver ferrying a woman claiming to be an angel.

Lyle Hart (Patrick Lowe) - A soap opera actor kidnapped by an obsessed fan.

Dr. Dale Conway (Rodger LaRue) - An archeologist uncovering a cursed tomb in Egypt.

Davey Parker (Rafe Battiste) - A stand-up comedian with a loud-mouthed partner.

Ens. Al Calavicci (Jamie Walters) - A Naval pilot on trial for the murder of a superior officer's wife.

Lee Harvey Oswald (Willie Garson) - An emotionally disturbed man believed to be the sole assassin of President John F. Kennedy.

Clint Hill (Himself (archival photographs)) - A Secret Service agent on President Kennedy’s protection detail.

Nikos Stathatos (Socrates Alafouzos) - A sailor marooned on an island with a beautiful but shrewish heiress.

Ronald Miller (Michael Carpenter) - A double-amputee recovering at a military hospital.

Leon Stiles (Cameron Dye) - A serial killer holding a woman and her daughter hostage.

Max Stoddard (Douglas Stark) - An old man with a UFO fixation.

Connie LaMotta ² (Laura Harrington) - Homemaker and sister-in-law to Jimmy LaMotta

Clayton Fuller (James Whitmore, Jr.) - Small town sheriff with a troubled but loving daughter.

Will Kinman (Travis Fine) - Deputy sheriff trying to protect his fiancée from an angry mob.

Lawrence Stanton III (W.K. Stratton) - Lawyer defending a woman for the murder of her long-time aggressor.

William Walters, Jr. (Daniel Engstrom) - Part of a trio of bank robbers with a room full of hostages.

Martin Elroy - A traveling salesman with two wives and families on the verge of meeting.

Margaret Sanders - A homemaker and casual participant in the Women’s Liberation Movement.

Dr. Ruth Westheimer (Herself) - Famous sex therapist.

Nigel Corrington (Robert MacKenzie) - Eccentric artist and occultist believed to be a vampire.

Arnold Watkins (Tristan Tait) - A college student moonlighting as a heroic vigilante, the Midnight Marauder.

Dawn Taylor ² (Raquel Krelle) - A college student dating the head of a fraternity.

Liz Tate (Cynthia Steele) - A prison inmate accused of murdering another inmate.

Angela Jensen ² (Laura O’Loughlin) - A prison inmate accused of murdering another inmate.

Clifton Myers ³ (Sam Scarber) - The warder of a women’s prison that sexually abuses the prisoners.

Dennis Boardman (Stephen Bowers) - Bodyguard to Marilyn Monroe.

Henry Adams (Mike Jolly) - A Vietnam veteran living in isolation in the mountains.

Cpt. John Beckett (Rob Hyland) - Sam’s ancestor fighting in the Civil War.

Elvis Presley (Michael St. Gerard) - 19-year-old amateur musician on the verge of getting discovered.