M.I.A. – April 1, 1969

If there's an episode of Quantum Leap that needs no introduction, it's this one, but here goes: Sam leaps into undercover detective, Jake Rawlins. Al tells Sam he's there to stop a woman named Beth from making the mistake of her lifetime - having her husband, who is missing in action in Vietnam, declared dead and … Continue reading M.I.A. – April 1, 1969

Maybe Baby – March 11, 1963

Sam is a bouncer named Buster, helping a stripper with the stage name of Bunny O'Hare (played by Julie Brown) either rescue a baby to return to her rightful mother, or outright kidnap it. Sam is not sure, but more and more truth is revealed as Sam and Bunny and baby Christie make their way … Continue reading Maybe Baby – March 11, 1963

All Americans – November 6, 1962

Sam is Eddie Vega, a high school football quarterback. Eddie and his friend, Chuey, have dreams of getting scholarships and playing college football together, but Ziggy says Chuey is going to throw the upcoming championship game. Sam has to figure out the reason why, and stop Chuey from ruining his chance to go to college. … Continue reading All Americans – November 6, 1962

Animal Frat – October 19, 1967

Sam leaps into hard-partying frat boy Knut Wileton, better known on campus as "Wild Thing." He must stop student and anti-war activist Elisabeth Spokane from planting a bomb on campus as part of a Vietnam War protest. In the original history, someone was inadvertently killed in the explosion, sending Elisabeth into hiding for the rest … Continue reading Animal Frat – October 19, 1967

Jimmy – October 14, 1964

Sam is Jimmy LaMotta, a learning-disabled young man in 1964. Sam is there to help Jimmy keep and maintain a job so that Jimmy does not have to return to a mental institution. Previous guest, Christopher J. Steward, returns to discuss the episode. Michael Madsen guest stars as Michael Madsen. (Just kidding, he's playing a … Continue reading Jimmy – October 14, 1964