Star-Crossed: Revisited

Leapers! We’re back with our second capsule view. This week, we’re talking about the series’ 2nd episode, “Star-Crossed”.  We also discuss the latest news for the reboot pilot, and the exciting opportunities lie ahead for the new Quantum Leap fandom. Oh, and hey, listen carefully (or even not so carefully), and you can tell the…

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Genesis Revisited – Video Podcast

Hello, listeners, observers, leapers! Welcome to Quantum Leap: Revisited with Fate’s Wide Wheel – our capsule-sized reviews of the classic series. Our mission is to rank the show on a scale of 1-10 based on five different categories – writing, directing, acting, production values, and mythology. Each category is weighted based on importance – writing,…

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Genesis Revisited

Hello, listeners, observers, leapers! Welcome to Quantum Leap: Revisited with Fate’s Wide Wheel – our capsule-sized reviews of the classic series. Our mission is to rank the show on a scale of 1-10 based on five different categories – writing, directing, acting, production values, and mythology. Each category is weighted based on importance – writing,…

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Play It Again, Seymour – April 14, 1953

In an episode that’s a hat tip to film noir classics, Sam is Nick Allen, a private detective in 1953 Brooklyn. When Sam leaps in standing over the body of Nick’s dead partner, he must find the killer before he himself is knocked off by a dropper called Clapper (no cure for that in 1953!),…

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The Color of Truth – August 8, 1955

Sam leaps into Jesse Tyler, an elderly black chauffeur to Ms. Melny Trafford, an elderly white women. Sam is there to prevent Ms. Melny from driving her car into the path of an oncoming train the following day, but when Sam, unaware he’s leapt into a black man, sits at a lunch counter in segregated…

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Double Identity – November 8, 1965

Sam is Frankie, a mob hitman in New York City, 1965. Ziggy says Sam is not there to right a wrong, but to perform a number of specific tasks in preparation for the project’s next attempt to retrieve Sam back to the present. Guest, Christopher J. Steward, joins Sam Fain and Dennis to break down…

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How the Tess Was Won – August 5, 1956

Sam leaps into “Doc” Daniel Young, a veterinarian working on a Texas ranch. He is quickly drawn into a “cowboy off” with Tess, the ranch owner’s daughter, in a quest to win her hand at marriage. Oh, boy! See also, Piggy Sooie! Sam, Dennis, and guest star and Chicago musician, Claire Feeney, discuss cowboy feminism,…

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The Right Hand of God – October 24, 1974

Sam Fain thinks “The Right Hand of God” is an over-plotted, too-complicated-for-its-own-good episode. Dennis thinks it is a perfectly enjoyable hour of television and worthy entry into the “Quantum Leap” canon. The two hosts spar it out. Who is Sam this episode? Sam is Kid Cody, a heavyweight boxer on the take in 1974 Sacramento,…

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Star-Crossed – June 15, 1972

Sam is a womanizing college professor in 1972 who must deflect the advances of an amorous student. Meanwhile, he encounters Donna (Teri Hatcher), the woman who will later stand up Sam at the altar. “Sam is the creepiest mayor of Creep Town who ever crept,” Dennis argues at the outset of this episode. He, Sam,…

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