Season 1

1 :01x01 - Genesis Part I - September 13, 1956

September 13, 1956/Summer 1968: In 1995, Doctor Samuel Beckett takes an elite group of scientists into New Mexico to develop a top secret project called "Quantum Leap". Even though it is not ready yet and Gooshie warns Sam not to leap, he steps into the accelerator. Sam awakes with his memory "Swiss-cheesed," and discovers he's in the body of Air Force test pilot Tom Stratton, with a pregnant wife and a total inability to fly.
Guest Stars: Jennifer Runyon as Peggy Stratton | John Allen Nelson as Captain Bill "Bird Dog" Birdell | W.K. Stratton as Dr. Berger | Newell Alexander as John Beckett | Lee De Broux as Coach (as Lee DeBroux) | Larry Poindexter as Captain Tony LaMotta | Bruce McGill as Weird Ernie |
Co-Guest Stars: Barbara Horan as Tina | David Trent as Captain Doug Walker | James F. Dean as Dr. Blaustein (Dr. Barry Blaustein) | Lela Ivey as Lucy | Dennis Wolfberg as Gooshie | Lydia Cornell as Sally | Christine Poor as Jeanie | Christian Van Dorn as Mikey Stratton | Doug Cox as Sportscaster | Hank Robinson as Umpire | Patrick Cranshaw as Old Man | Brent Chalem as Bat Boy | Adam Affonso as Young Sam Beckett | Mike Greenwood as Matt | Dave Duensing as Clyde | David Dawson (2) as Barnes | Kevin Johnson as Pepper | Ken Martin (1) as Tim Fox / Mirror | Layne Beamer as Tom Stratton / Mirror
Director: David Hemmings
Songs: Elvis Presley -- Hound Dog, Edward George Kean -- Howdy Doody Show Theme, Roy Orbison -- Ooby Dooby Chords, Unknown -- Picnic/Moonglow, Jay Livingston / Ray Evans -- Que Sera, Dimitri Tiomkin -- Thee I Love

2 :01x02 - Genesis Part II - September 13, 1956

September 13, 1956/Summer 1968: With the help of Al, the holograph Observer, Sam attempts to pilot the X-2 successfully. However, once he succeeds, he discovers that he has another mission to complete. Once that is completed, Sam leaps into the life of a minor league baseball player who must bat his team out of last place.
Guest Stars: Jennifer Runyon as Peggy Stratton | John Allen Nelson as Captain "Bird Dog" Birdell | W.K. Stratton as Dr. Berger | Newell Alexander as John Beckett | Lee De Broux as Coach (as Lee DeBroux) | Larry Poindexter as Captain Tony LaMotta | Bruce McGill as Weird Ernie |
Co-Guest Stars: Barbara Horan as Tina | David Trent as Capt. Doug Walker | James F. Dean as Dr. Blaustein (Dr. Barry Blaustein) | Lela Ivey as Lucy | Lydia Cornell as Sally | Christine Poor as Jeanie | Christian Van Dorn as Mikey Stratton | Doug Cox as Sportscaster | Hank Robinson as Umpire | Patrick Cranshaw as Old Man | Brent Chalem as Bat Boy | Adam Affonso as Young Sam Beckett | Mike Greenwood as Matt | Dave Duensing as Clyde | David Dawson (2) as Barnes | Kevin Johnson as Pepper | Ken Martin (1) as Tim Fox / Mirror | Layne Beamer as Tom Stratton / Mirror
Director: David Hemmings
Songs: Unknown -- Yellow Rose of Texas

3 :01x03 - Star-Crossed - June 15, 1972

June 15, 1972: In Sam's third leap, he is an English teacher named Gerald Bryant. In order to leap he must help Oscar and Jamie Lee so that they go on to get married. In the original history, Jamie Lee married Gerald Bryant and the latter was killed by her father in a so-called, "shotgun wedding". Sam also takes on another mission. He notices that his old flame Donna Eleese is working at the nearby bar and Sam thinks this he has been given a second chance.
Guest Stars: Ken Gibbel as Harry | Charles Walker as Frank | Leslie Sachs as Jamie Lee | Michael Gregory as Col. Wojohowitz | Michael McGrady as Oscar | Teri Hatcher as Donna Eleese |
Co-Guest Stars: John Tayloe as Dr. Gerald Bryant / Mirror | Lisa Meddin as Student in Headband | Mary Boessow as Pragmatic Student | Tonya D. Pullman as Student with Afro | Stacey Adams (1) as Space Cadet Student | Kort Falkenberg as Gas Station Attendant | Anne Leyden as Waitress
Director: Mark Sobel
Story: Deborah Pratt | Teleplay: Deborah Pratt
Songs: Don McLean -- American Pie, Iron Butterfly -- In-a-Gadda-Da-Vida, Barry Manilow -- We Live on Borrowed Time

4 :01x04 - The Right Hand of God - October 24, 1974

October 24, 1974: Sam leaps into a boxer named Kid Cody and with the help of Al has to win an important boxing match and help finance a church. In doing so, he must also restore a nun's faith.
Guest Stars: Nancy Kulp as Sister Sarah | Lewis Arquette as Father Muldooney | Jon Gries as Roscoe | Roger Hewlett as Tiger Joe | James Cavan as Chalky | Teri Copley as Dixie | Guy Stockwell as Jake Edwards | Michelle Joyner as Sister Angela |
Co-Guest Stars: Danny Valdivia as Ring Announcer | Michael Strasser as Clarence "Kid Cody" Cody / Mirror | George O'Mara as Referee | Vinnie Curto as Link | George King (1) as Black Boxer | Rocky Giordani as Bartender | Alex Colon as Gomez
Writer: John Hill
Songs: Hank Williams -- Cold, Cold Heart

5 :01x05 - How the Tess Was Won - August 5, 1956

August 5, 1956: Sam leaps into Doc Young, a veterinarian who has to save a sick piglet and help a young boy who grows up to be Buddy Holly.
Guest Stars: Lance LeGault as Chance McGill / Werewolf | Kari Lizer as Tess McGill | Marshall Teague as Wayne (as Marshall R. Teague) | Scott Fults as Buddy Holly |
Co-Guest Stars: Sloan Fischer as Doc Young / Mirror | Tommy Bush (1) as Orly
Director: Ivan Dixon
Songs: Scott Fults -- Peggy Sue

6 :01x06 - Double Identity - November 9, 1965

November 8, 1965: Sam leaps into Frankie, a Mafia hitman, who does not know what he is there to do. Ziggy tries bringing him back home which results in the Great East Coast Blackout.
Guest Stars: Terri Garber as Teresa | Mike Genovese as Don Geno Frascati | Joe Santos as Tony | Tom Silardi as Segundo | Page Moseley as Frankie La Palma | Nick Cassavetes as Primo |
Co-Guest Stars: Patricia Veselich as Angela | Michael Franco (2) as Charlie | John Hostetter as Burt | Joseph Svezia as Student | Dean Fortunato as Father Sebastian | Mark Margolis as Adriano | Harriet Medin as Momma | Ric Mancini as Al
Director: Aaron Lipstadt
Songs: The McCoys -- Hang On Sloopy, Diana Ross -- Stop in the Name of Love

7 :01x07 - The Color of Truth - August 8, 1955

August 8, 1955: Sam leaps into the life of Jesse Tyler, an aging African-American chauffeur, Sam must face discrimination in the South while trying to prevent the death of Jesse's employer, Miss Melanie.
Guest Stars: Susan French as Miz Melanie Trafford | Royce D. Applegate as Sheriff Blount | Michael D. Roberts as Willis Trafford | James Ingersoll as Clayton Trafford | Kimberly Bailey as Nell Tyler |
Co-Guest Stars: Michael Krueger (1) as Billy Joe Bob Blount | Jeff Tyler as Toad | Jane Abbott as Miz Patty | Elyse Donalson as Nurse Ethel | Howard Matthew Johnson as Jesse Tyler / Mirror | Christopher J. Keene as Doctor (Doctor Parker) | J.T. Solomon as Effie
Director: Mike Vejar
Songs: Dean Stockwell -- We Shall Overcome

8 :01x08 - Camikazi Kid - June 6, 1961

June 6, 1961: Sam leaps into a teenage geek and must prevent his sister from marrying an abusive alcoholic, with the wedding only three days away. This hits very close to home, as Sam's own sister, Katie, married into the exact same situation when she was seventeen.
Guest Stars: Romy Walthall as Cheryl Wilson (as Romy Windsor) | Kevin Spirtas as Bob Thompson (as Kevin Blair) | Robert Costanzo as Chuck Thompson | Holly Fields as Jill | Richard McGonagle as Dad Wilson | Janet Carroll as Janie Wilson |
Co-Guest Stars: Jason Priestley as Pencil | Mary Pat Gleason as Mrs. Thompson | Johnny Lage as Marty | Scott Menville as Cameron Wilson / Mirror | Edmund L. Shaff as Minister (as Edmund Shaff) | Tom Verica as Impala | Brandon Quintin Adams as Older Brother (as Brandon Adams) | Michael Bellisario as Little Boy
Director: Alan J. Levi
Songs: Dion and The Belmonts -- The Wanderer, Buddy Holly -- Oh Boy, The Shirelles -- Baby It's You, Dion and The Belmonts -- Why Must I Be A Teenager In Love, Betty Everett -- Let It Be Me (w/Jerry Butler), Bobby Day -- Rockin' Robin

9 :01x09 - Play It Again, Seymour - April 14, 1953

April 14, 1953: Sam leaps into a man with looks that could double for Humphrey Bogart. He is Nick Allen, a private investigator looking for the murderer of his partner and, if he does not find the perpetrator in time, himself.
Guest Stars: Steve Nevil as Chuck | Don Keith Opper as Crooner | Richard Riehle as Lt. Lannon | Don Maxwell as Policeman | Willie Garson as Seymour | Claudia Christian as Allison | Paul Linke as Lionel |
Co-Guest Stars: Tony Heller as Nick Allen / Mirror | Jeanette Miller as Old Lady | Kevin Mockrin as Little Woody Allen | Barbara London as Mama | Ron Ulstad as Bandleader | Hap Lawrence as Bartender | Jeff Olson as Taxi Driver
Director: Aaron Lipstadt

Season 2

10 :02x01 - Honeymoon Express - April 26, 1960

1957/April 27, 1960: Sam leaps into a New York police officer, Tom McBride. On his honeymoon, Sam must save Tom McBride from his new bride's jealous and sociopathic ex-husband. To make matters worse, the Project's funding will be cut off, stranding Sam alone in the past, unless he can prevent the U2 flight from being shot down over USSR.
Guest Stars: Alice Adair as Diane McBride | Mathieu Carrière as Roget | Hank Rolike as Porter | Warren Frost as Senator |
Co-Guest Stars: James Mastrantonio as Henri | Fitz Houston as Black Senator | King Moody as Southern Senator | Virginia Paris as Woman Senator | Kirk Scott as Yankee Senator | William MacDonald as Conductor | James Clark (3) as Engineer | Stan Garner as Assistant Engineer | Ron Chabidon as Tom Macbride / Mirror | Donna Hardy as Grey Haired Lady (as Dona Hardy) |
Uncredited: Nathan Lane as (No Character - Background Extra Only)
Director: Aaron Lipstadt

11 :02x02 - Disco Inferno - April 1, 1976

April 1, 1976: In this leap, Sam is Chad Stone, a stuntman. Sam has to save the life of his younger brother. At the same time, he must try to convince the pair's obsessive father to let the younger son go his own way, even if it means going into country western music, rather than following the family tradition of stunt work.
Guest Stars: Michael Greene (1) as Ray Stone | Kris Kamm as Chris Stone | Kelli Williams as Shannon | Peter Onorati as Rick | Arnetia Walker as Traci Deveux |
Co-Guest Stars: Maureen Fletcher Evans as Female Extra (as Maureen Fletcher-Evans) | Michelle Costello as Stuntwoman | Joe Farago as Cinematographer | Kevin Light as Chad Stone / Mirror | Tobi Redlich as Dancer | Helena Buscema as Country Singer
Songs: Carl Douglas -- Kung Fu Fighting, K.C. and The Sunshine Band -- That's the Way I Like It, The Hustle -- Van McCoy and The Soul City Symphony

12 :02x03 - The Americanization of Machiko - August 4, 1953

August 4, 1953: Sam leaps into a sailor returning home with his Japanese bride, Machiko. He has to face the prejudice of his mother and a scheming, manipulative ex-girlfriend so that they accept his wife.
Guest Stars: K Callan as Lenore MacKenzie | Wayne Tippet as Henry MacKenzie | Leila Hee Olsen as Machiko MacKenzie | Elena Wohl as Naomi (as Elena Stiteler) | Patrick Massett as Rusty |
Co-Guest Stars: Chuck Walling as Reverend Felcher (Reverend Earl Felcher) | Marjorie Stapp as Betty Felcher | Clive Rosengren as George O'Bannen | Pat Ast as Dolores | Cary J. Pitts as Deputy Herman (as Cary Pitts) | Keith Mills as Lionel / Mayor (Mayor Lionel EllisLionerl) | James Oden Hatch (1) as Eugene | Bill Arnold as Charles MacKenzie / Mirror

13 :02x04 - What Price Gloria? - October 16, 1961

October 16, 1961: Sam is shocked to find that he has leaped into a woman, Samantha Stormer, for the first time. Sam has to put up with Al, because his observer sees her and not him and finds her to be very attractive. Sam also has to put up with a boss who sexually harasses him and a suicidal roommate.
Guest Stars: Jean Sagal as Gloria Collins | John Calvin as Buddy Wright |
Co-Guest Stars: Gregg Berger as Parker | Matt Landers as Richard | LaReine Chabut as Samantha Stormer / Mirror | Jack Armstrong (1) as Johnny | Laurel Schaefer as Gail Wright |
Uncredited: Liz Sagal as Gloria Collins | Joy Stockwell as Miss Bramford | Ryan MacDonald (1) as Ted Hartman
Director: Alan J. Levi

14 :02x05 - Blind Faith - February 6, 1964

February 6, 1964: As the Beatles arrive in New York to make their legendary appearance on Toast of the Town, Sam finds himself as Andrew Ross, a blind concert pianist. He must rescue his girlfriend from becoming the latest victim of a serial killer while also free her from her controlling mother's "smothering love".
Guest Stars: Kevin Skousen as Peter O'Shannon | Jennifer Rhodes as Agnes Stevens | Cynthia Bain as Michelle Stevens |
Co-Guest Stars: Bill Burdin (2) as Andrew Ross / Mirror | Cynthia Mann as Girl | Sloan Fischer as Stage Manager | Hilla Moll as French Woman | Judy Kain as Waitress
Songs: Edvard Grieg -- Concerto in A Minor

15 :02x06 - Good Morning, Peoria - September 9, 1959

September 9, 1959: Howling Chick Howell is in the house - Sam leaps into this 1950s DJ in the small town of Peoria. He has to keep the local radio station open and stop the overly conservative town leaders from shutting it down. Along the way, he also has a curious encounter with a young Chubby Checker.
Special Guest Stars: Chubby Checker as Himself |
Guest Stars: Barbara Perry as Theora | E.R. Davies as Sheriff Jake Foley | Todd Merrill as Brian | Richard McKenzie as Fred Beaman | Patricia Richardson as Rachel Porter | Steve Bean as Leland |
Co-Guest Stars: Douglas Ibold as Chick Howell / Mirror | Steve Whiteford as Reporter | Kurt Andon as Man in Suit | J. Frank Stewart as Businessman / Councilman | Hal England as Mayor
Director: Michael Zinberg
Songs: Elvis Presley -- All Shook Up, Pat Boone -- April Love, Jerry Lee Lewis -- Great Balls Of Fire, Elvis Presley -- Jailhouse Rock, Buddy Holly and The Crickets -- Maybe Baby, Bill Haley and The Comets -- Rock Around The Clock, Frankie Ford -- Sea Cruise, Isley Brothers -- Shout, Santo and Johnny -- Sleepwalk, Brook Benton -- The Glory Of Love, Chubby Checker -- The Twist, Little Richard -- Tutti Frutti, The Coasters -- Yakkety Yak (Don’t Talk Back)

16 :02x07 - Thou Shalt Not... - February 2, 1974

February 2, 1974: Sam's task as a rabbi is to keep his sister-in-law from falling for a sleazy author and ruining her life. However, things are made worse by her husband thinking she is having an affair with the rabbi Sam leaped into. In the process he also helps the family recover from the anniversary of the death of their son.
Guest Stars: James Sutorius as Joe Basch | Terri Hanauer as Irene Basch | Lindsay Fisher as Karen Basch | Russ Tamblyn as Fred Glasserman | Jill Jacobson as Shirley Winnick |
Co-Guest Stars: Twink Caplan as Hannah | Magda Harout as Mrs. Miriam Davitz | Freyda Thomas as Maxine | Joie Magidow as Woman | John J. Reiner as Rabbi David K. Basch / Mirror | Milt Hamerman as Mr. Harold Dalwitz | Jay Frailich as Cantor | Patti Pivaar as Singer
Director: Randy Roberts
Writer: Tammy Ader

17 :02x08 - Jimmy - October 14, 1964

October 14, 1964: Sam leaps into Jimmy LaMotta, who was previously in a mental institution, but now lives with his brother Frank LaMotta and Frank's wife Connie. Sam has to help Jimmy get a job and gain his co workers' acceptance in order to stop Frank from returning him to the institution.
Guest Stars: John D'Aquino as Frank LaMotta | Laura Harrington as Connie LaMotta | Michael Alldredge as Charlie Samuels | Ryan McWhorter as Corey LaMotta | Michael Madsen as Blue |
Co-Guest Stars: Elaine Hausman (1) as Mrs. Kirksey | Josh Peden as Peter Kirksey | Brad Silverman as Jimmy LaMotta / Mirror
Songs: Mary Wells -- My Guy

18 :02x09 - So Help Me God - July 29, 1957

July 29, 1957: Sam defends a woman accused of murdering the son of the most powerful man in Louisiana.
Guest Stars: William Schallert as Judge Eugene Haller | John Shepard as Bo Parsons | Stacy Ray as Miss Sugee Dancey | John Apicella as Sheriff Dixon | Ketty Lester as Myrtle | Kathleen Noone as Sadie Cotter | Tyra Ferrell as Lila Berry | Byrne Piven as Captain Colbert Cotter |
Co-Guest Stars: Robert Dryer as Chigger | Scotch Byerly as Clerk | Heather Lee as Woman Gossip | Travis Michael Holder as Leonard Dancey / Mirror | Philip Persons as Coroner | Cal Gibson as Gardener
Director: Andy Cadiff

19 :02x10 - Catch A Falling Star - May 21, 1979

May 21, 1979: Sam leaps into Ray Hutton, the understudy for the role of Don Quixote just seconds before curtain time. His mission: prevent the drunken star from falling and seriously injuring himself during a benefit performance of "Man of La Mancha". Sam is not helped by the presence of his former piano teacher, on whom he once had a crush, and who now appears to have caught the star's eye as well.
Guest Stars: John Cullum as John O'Malley | Michelle Pawk as Nicole | Janine Turner as Michelle | Ernie Sabella as Manny | Paul Sand as Charlie |
Co-Guest Stars: Myra Turley as Dolores | Maria Lauren as Anita | Michael Carl as Ray Hutton / Mirror | Marshall Borden as Dr. Carrasco | Rand Hopkins as Pedro | Michael DeMarlo (1) as Muleteer #1 | Jay Horton as Muleteer #2 | Jon Huffman as Innkeeper | Dafidd McCracken as Muleteer #3 | Ruth Miller (2) as Housekeeper | Sam Rapp as Muleteer #4

20 :02x11 - A Portrait for Troian - February 7, 1971

February 7, 1971: Sam leaps into a renowned parapsychologist, Doctor Mintz, where he must prevent a young widow from joining her husband at the bottom of a lake, while proving that she is not crazy, despite her claims of hearing her dead husband's voice calling to her.
Guest Stars: Paul Brown (2) as Julian Claridge | Carolyn Seymour as Priscilla Stoltz | Robert Torti as Jimmy Giovanni | Deborah Pratt as Troian Giovanni Claridge |
Co-Guest Stars: Bill McLaughlin as Coroner | Bette Rae as Mrs. Little |
Uncredited: Donald P. Bellisario as Dr. Timothy Mintz / Mirror
Director: Michael Zinberg

21 :02x12 - Animal Frat - October 19, 1967

October 19, 1967: Sam leaps in the college frat jock, known as "Wild Thing". He has too stop the college campus being bombed by the people protesting about the Vietnam war.
Guest Stars: Jacqueline Alexandra Citron as Emily (Jacqueline Citron) | Kristen Amber Citron as Cindy (as Kristen Citron) | Edward Edwards as Professor Davenport | Robert Petkoff as Scooter | Stuart Fratkin as Hags | Brian Haley as Guna | Darren Dalton (1) as Duck | Raphael Sbarge as Will |
Co-Guest Stars: Hope Marie Carlton as Woman #1 | Shannon Terhune as Woman #2 | Michael Giambrone as Frat Boy | Brian Leckner as Frat Boy | David Pressman as Frat Boy | Jeff Benson as Knut "Wild Thing" Wileton / Mirror | Stacy Edwards as Elizabeth Spokane

22 :02x13 - Another Mother - September 30, 1981

September 30, 1981: Sam leaps into a young divorcee who has three children, one of which is able to see Sam as Sam and Al! Sam has to stop the son from running away, never to be seen again.
Guest Stars: Michael Stoyanov as Kevin Bruckner | Olivia Burnette as Susan Bruckner | Troian Bellisario as Teresa Bruckner | Andrew Held as Teddy | Larron Tate as Ox | Kevin Telles as David | Eric Welch as Paul | Terrence Evans as Stick | Michael Kemmerling as LeMule |
Co-Guest Stars: Allison Barron as Jackie Arnett | Alina Cenal as Rafaela | Molly Meeker as Linda Bruckner / Mirror
Director: Joseph Scanlan

23 :02x14 - All Americans - November 6, 1962

November 6, 1962: Sam is a high school American football player who must stop his best friend from throwing an important game and ruining his life. In the original history, Chuey throws the game because of a betting scheme that his mother's landlord pressures him into.
Guest Stars: Robert Benedetti as Coach | Fausto Bara as Ruben de Guerra | Pepe Serna as Manuel Vega | Ruth Britt as Celia Martinez | Richard Coca as Chuey Martinez |
Co-Guest Stars: Ralph Monaco as Hal | Otto Coelho as Otto | Marie Caldare as Carla | Christy Alvarez as Maria | Corey Smith as Eddie Vega / Mirror
Director: John Cullum

24 :02x15 - Her Charm - September 26, 1973

September 26, 1973: Sam has to hide a female witness protection program person from a mafia hitman, which is made difficult by an inside FBI source.
Guest Stars: Rene Assa as Andy | John Snyder as Nick Kochifos | Teri Austin as Dana Barrenger | Stanley Brock as Richardson |
Co-Guest Stars: James Hardie (1) as Professor Sebastian LoNigro | Mark Harigian as Peter Langly / Mirror

25 :02x16 - Freedom - November 22, 1970

November 22, 1970: Sam needs to help his leapee get to the reservation so he can help his grandfather die peacefully with his family and friends.
Guest Stars: Tom Everett as Deputy Sherriff Hazlitt | Gloria Hayes as Suzanne Whitehouse Washakie | Leon Rippy as Sheriff Taggart | Frank Sotonoma Salsedo as Joseph Washakie |
Co-Guest Stars: Ed Hooks as Proprietor | Jim Jaimes as George Washakie / Mirror
Director: Alan J. Levi

26 :02x17 - Good Night, Dear Heart - November 9, 1957

November 9, 1957: A young, orphaned woman from Germany named Hilla, who moved to the USA after her family was killed in the war from a firebombing, turns up on the mortician's table as an apparent suicide on her 19th birthday, and Sam has to find out if that is really how she died. Sam suspects she was murdered and finds out she was involved with someone local.
Guest Stars: William Cain (2) as Roger Truesdale | Marcia Cross as Stephanie Heywood | Robert Duncan McNeill as Greg Truesdale | Deborah Strang as Aggie | W.K. Stratton as Sheriff Lyle Roundtree |
Co-Guest Stars: Hal Bokar as Groundskeeper | Suzanne Tegmann as Hilly | Marvyn Byrkett as Melvin Spooner / Mirror

27 :02x18 - Pool Hall Blues - September 4, 1954

September 4, 1954: Sam leaps into an aging pool player and with the help of Al, Gooshie and Ziggy he manages to win. The man Sam leaps into is an old friend of Al's whom taught Al to play pool after he ran away from the orphanage, but Al was sent back after his pool playing friend played pool in an all "whites" place.
Guest Stars: Shari Headley as Violet Waters | J.W. Smith as Eddie Davies | Theodore Wilson as Grady (as Teddy Wilson) | Ken Foree as The Brush | Robert Gossett as Charles Griffin |
Co-Guest Stars: Alton Blair Carter as Lester Brown | Annie Waterman as Miss White | Robert Woods (4) as Charlie "Black Magic" Waters / Mirror
Director: Joe Napolitano
Songs: Velton Ray Bunch -- He'll Be There, Billie Holiday -- Stormy Weather

28 :02x19 - Leaping in Without a Net - November 18, 1958

November 18, 1958: Sam leaps into a person who is part of a family trapeze act. He must save the life of the sister when performing the triple trapeze. Sam finds out the hard way that he is afraid of heights. Victor's sister, Eva wants to perform the triple with his help. But Laszlo blames his son for his wife's accident and refuses to let them rehearse. If Sam can not perform the act with Eva, his father will fail to catch her because of a bad arm and she will meet the same fate as her mother.
Guest Stars: Jan Triska as Laszlo Panzini | Fabiana Udenio as Eva Panzini | Richard Riehle as Clifford Vargas | Phil Fondacaro as Big Moe |
Co-Guest Stars: Roya Megnot as Sybil (Sybil the Gypsy Woman) | Jan Eddy as Benny Skyler | Kristopher Antekeier as Ringmaster | Vivian Paxton as Stripper | Maria Lauren as Carmenina | Ted Nordblum as Victor Panzini / Mirror

29 :02x20 - Maybe Baby - March 11, 1963

March 11, 1963: Sam leaps into a bouncer and finds out his girlfriend has stolen a baby. She says the baby is hers. However, the mother and father accuse her of kidnapping. Who is the real mother? And will Sam be able to succeed in finding her?
Guest Stars: Jimmie Ray Weeks as Sheriff Barnes | Travis McKenna as Deputy Sheriff Sutton | Cathy McAuley as Baby Christy | Charles Frank as Reed Dalton |
Co-Guest Stars: Julie Brown (3) as Bunny O'Hare | Daniel Zacapa as Officer Montano | Maggie Egan as Margaret Cole | Carmen Filpi as Farmer | Ray Young as Big Bob | Byrne Offutt as Leon | Eve Brenner as Madeline | Jay Boryea as Buster / Mirror
Director: Michael Zinberg

30 :02x21 - Sea Bride - June 3, 1954

June 3, 1954: Sam leaps into Phillip, a man who was thought to be dead after being missing for three years. Phillip's wife, Catherine, the hieress to a shipping company, happens to be getting re-married on the ship tomorrow. Is Sam there to put Phillip and Catherine back together or ensure that she marries her new fiancé?
Guest Stars: Beverly Leech as Catherine Farrington | J.G. Hertzler as Weathers Farrington (as John Hertzler) | James Harper as Vincent Loggia | Patricia Harty as Marian Farrington | Juliet Sorcey as Jennifer Farmington | Tony Maggio as Tony | Louis Guss as Alfonso |
Co-Guest Stars: Ralph Bruneau as Head Steward | Kurt Knudson as Captain Sheffield | Kent Phillips as Phillip Dumont / Mirror | Rick Buche as Carlo Monte
Director: Joe Napolitano

31 :02x22 - M.I.A. - April 1, 1969

April 1, 1969: Sam leaps into undercover cop Jake Rawlins while he is on the job dressed as a woman. It seems as though Sam is there to stop a missing in action's wife from re marrying. However the two keep meeting up, is it fate? And is Sam there to do something else?
Guest Stars: Jason Beghe as Roger Skaggs | Susan Diol as Beth Calavicci | Norman Large as Dirk Simon | Dan Ziskie as Sergeant Riley | Pat Skipper as Tequila |
Co-Guest Stars: Sierra Pecheur as Carol (Carol Simon) | William Shockley as Boner | Gregory Millar as Pusher | Leticia Vasquez as Rosalie | Cyd Strittmatter as Hippie Girl (as Cyndi Strittmatter) | Javi Mulero as Taco Man | Robert Brooks Mendel (2) as Hippie Man (as Rob Mendel) | Doug Bauer as Jake Rawlins / Mirror
Director: Michael Zinberg
Songs: Ray Charles -- Georgia, Marvin Gaye -- I Heard It Through The Grapevine, Otis Redding -- Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay, Diana Ross and The Supremes -- Someday We'll Be Together, Herb Alpert and His Tijuana Brass Band -- This Guy's In Love With You, The Righteous Brothers -- Unchained Melody

Season 3

32 :03x01 - The Leap Home Part I - November 25, 1969

November 25, 1969: Sam leaps into himself as a 16-year-old boy in Elk Ridge, Indiana. He has the chance to win a basketball game that he had blamed himself for losing, and save his father, brother and sister from their sad fates.
Guest Stars: Scott Bakula as John Beckett | David Newsom as Tom Beckett | Olivia Burnette as Katie Beckett | Hannah Cutrona as Mary Lou | Mai-Lis Kuniholm as Lisa Parson | Caroline Kava as Thelma Beckett |
Co-Guest Stars: Mik Scriba as Coach Donnelly | Niles Brewster as Dr. Berger | Matthew John Graeser as Herky | Ethan Wilson as Sibby | John Tuell as No Nose Pruitt (as John L. Tuell) | Adam Affonso as Young Sam Beckett / Mirror
Director: Joe Napolitano
Songs: John Lennon -- Imagine

33 :03x02 - The Leap Home Part II (Vietnam) - April 7, 1970

April 7, 1970: Sam leaps into a Navy SEAL who is in Tom Beckett's squad. Sam tries to save his life and to succeed on the mission his brother goes on, and discovers he may have to kill one life save another.
Guest Stars: David Newsom as Tom Beckett | Andrea Thompson as Maggie Dawson | Ernie Lively as Colonel Deke Grimwald | David Hayward as Dempsey | Tia Carrere as Titi | Adam Nelson as Preacher | Patrick Warburton as Blaster | Ryan Reid as Shamoo | Rich Whiteside as Doc |
Co-Guest Stars: Rodney Kageyama as Choo Choo | Christopher Kirby as Herbert "Magic" Williams / Mirror
Director: Michael Zinberg

34 :03x03 - Leap of Faith - August 19, 1963

August 19, 1963: Sam leaps into Father Frank Pistano. A young boy is being lead astray by his older brother. Sam must find a way to help them reform. Meanwhile, Al reveals the problem he has had with faith ever since his father died.
Guest Stars: Lisa Passero as Mrs. Delliso | Davey Roberts as Joey Pronti | Danny Nucci as Tony Pronti | Sandy McPeak as Fr. John McRoberts | Robert Beecher as Allen |
Co-Guest Stars: Amy Tritico as Tony's Girlfriend | Kane Picoy as Young Man | Dominic Oliver as Cab Driver | Bo Sabato as Policeman | Pat Crawford Brown as Old Woman in Church | Penny Stanton as Rita Montocelli | Erica Yohn as Rose Montocelli | Todd Raderman as Young Sly | Bud Sabatino as Father Frank Pistano / Mirror

35 :03x04 - One Strobe Over the Line - June 15, 1965

June 15, 1965: Sam is a photographer and has to stop a model from overdosing on pills.
Guest Stars: Nigel Gibbs as Waiter | Robert Trumbull as Frank | David Sheinkopf as Mike | Kristoffer Tabori as Byron | Susan Anton as Helen Le Baron | Marjorie Monaghan as Edie Landsdale |
Co-Guest Stars: Elizabeth Gast as Joanne | Lawrence McNeal III as Nubian Guard | Danny McCoy, Jr. as Karl Granson / Mirror | John Achorn as Irv
Director: Michael Zinberg

36 :03x05 - The Boogieman - October 31, 1964

October 31, 1964: Sam leaps into a horror novelist on Hallowe'en. There are various murders being committed under bizarre circumstances and Sam has to figure out what is going on.
Guest Stars: Valerie Mahaffey as Mary Neeley | Paul Linke as Sheriff Ben Masters | Fran Ryan as Dorothy Jaeger | David Kriegel as Stevie | Donald Hotton as Tully Maltin |
Uncredited: Chris Ruppenthal as Joshua Rey / Mirror
Director: Joe Napolitano

37 :03x06 - Miss Deep South - June 7, 1958

June 7, 1958: Sam must finish at least third in a beauty pageant to get Darlene her scholarship to be a doctor. Sam must also help a fellow contestant when her future is threatened by a sleazy photographer.
Guest Stars: David Allen Brooks as Clint Beaumont | Julie Ann Lowery as Vicky Jenkins | Nancy Stafford as Peg Myers | Heather McAdam as Connie Duncan | Karen Moore as Cheryl Lynn |
Co-Guest Stars: Theresa Ring as Darlene Monte / Mirror | Marte Boyle Slout as Woman Judge | Hugh Gillin as Contest Judge | Linda Hoy as Arlene | Janeen Rae Heller as Beauty Contestant Sawyer | Martin Clark (1) as Master of Ceremonies

38 :03x07 - Black on White on Fire - August 11, 1965

August 11, 1965: Sam leaps into a black man who has to get his white girlfriend accepted by his prejudiced brother. He also has to deal with the Watts riots.
Guest Stars: Gregory Millar as Lonnie Harper | Corie Henninger as Susan Bond | SaMi Chester as Papa David Harper | Ron Taylor (1) as Bebe | Marc Alaimo as Police Captain Paul Bond | Laverne Anderson as Sheri | CCH Pounder as Mama Harper |
Co-Guest Stars: Montrose Hagins as Matty | Cheryl Francis Harrington as Young Woman | Jon Berry (1) as Police Sniper | Garon Grigsby as Ray Harper / Mirror
Director: Joe Napolitano

39 :03x08 - The Great Spontini - May 9, 1974

November 9, 1974: Sam leaps into a amateur magician who risks losing his daughter to his ex-wife and her boyfriend unless he can pull off a life-threatening magic trick to get the money needed to buy a permanent residence. When the girl tries to perform it herself, will Sam get back in time to save her? And will Sam succeed in keeping the daughter?
Guest Stars: Amy Steel as Maggie Spontini | Erich Anderson as Steve Slater | Lauren Woodland as Jamie Spontini | Michael Fairman as Judge Mulhern |
Co-Guest Stars: Robin Greer as Elaine | Jean Adams as Mrs. Futrell | Dan Birch as Harry Spontini / Mirror

40 :03x09 - Rebel Without a Clue - September 1, 1958

September 1, 1958: Sam leaps into a biker and must stop a woman from being murdered.
Guest Stars: Diedrich Bader as Dillon | Scott Kraft as Jack Kerouac | Theodore Wilson as Ernie Tyler | Josie Bissett as Becky |
Co-Guest Stars: Kristopher Logan as Shane "Funny Bone" Thomas / Mirror | Joshua Cadman as Biker #2 | Mark Boone Junior as Biker #1 | Michael Bryan French as Mad Dog

41 :03x10 - A Little Miracle - December 24, 1962

December 24, 1962: As a personal valet to a rich uptown millionaire, Sam must convince the bitter man not to tear down the building where a Salvation Army mission is located in order to build a large plaza bearing his name. So, on Christmas Eve, Sam and Al try to "Scrooge" him, showing the past, present...and the future in an attempt to change his mind.
Guest Stars: Michael Dan Wagner as Lt. Porterman | Tom McTigue as Max Wushinski | Robert Lesser as Calloway | Melinda McGraw as Captain Laura Downie | Charles Rocket as Michael G. Blake |
Co-Guest Stars: Milan Nicksic as Reginald Pearson / Mirror | Duane Whitaker as Maintenance Man | Dylan Brown as Charlie | Jarrett Lennon as Tiny Boy | Christopher Fleming (3) as Mickey | Dale Harimoto as Newscaster

42 :03x11 - Runaway - July 4, 1964

July 4, 1964: Sam leaps into Butchie who has to put up with his older sister and stop his mother from running away for "what could have been".
Guest Stars: Amber Susa as Beth McCann | Ami Foster as Alexandra Rickett | Joseph Hacker as Billy McCann | Sherman Howard as Hank Rickett | Sandy Faison as Emma Rickett |
Co-Guest Stars: Buff Borin as Butchie / Mirror

43 :03x12 - 8 1/2 Months - November 15, 1955

November 15, 1955: Sam leaps into Billie Jean, a pregnant teenager in the 1950s.
Guest Stars: Philip Linton as Willis | Parley Baer as Dr. Rogers | Anne Haney as Mrs. Taylor | Lana Schwab as Dorothy "Dotty" Louise Billings | James Whitmore, Jr. as Bob Crockett |
Co-Guest Stars: Priscilla Weems as Billie Jean Crockett / Mirror | Molly McClure as Mrs. Suffy | Peggy Walton-Walker as Nurse Denton | Tasha Scott as Effy | Hunter Von Leer as Keeter Slade | Ann Walker as Leola

44 :03x13 - Future Boy - October 6, 1957

October 6, 1967: In his latest leap Sam Beckett leaps into Future Boy, who is part of a science fiction show Captain Galaxy. Sam has to prevent his counterpart Moe Stein from being committed to a mental institution, because of his "wild" ideas of time travelling. And just where did Sam get that string theory from?
Guest Stars: David Sage as Judge | Alan Fudge as Dr. Richard Sandler | George Wyner as Ben Harris | Debra Stricklin as Irene Kiner | Richard Herd as Moe Stein / Capt. Galaxy |
Co-Guest Stars: Jason Kincaid as Caped Futurite | Nicholas Shaffer as Roger | Matt Marfoglia (1) as Kenny Sharpe / Mirror | Jesse Switzer as Kid | John Christian Graas as Small Boy
Director: Michael Switzer

45 :03x14 - Private Dancer - October 6, 1979

October 6, 1979: Sam as Rod "The Bod", a Chippendale dancer, must help a hearing impaired woman named Dianna Quinna realize her dream of being a dancer. Otherwise, she will end up as a prostitute and die of AIDS in 1986.
Special Guest Stars: Debbie Allen as Joanna Chapman |
Guest Stars: Robert Schuch as Otto | Heidi Swedberg as Valleri | Louis Mustillo as Mario | Harry Cohn as Louie | Melinda Cordell as Winnie | Henry Woronicz as Martin |
Co-Guest Stars: Marguerite Pomerhn Derricks as Female Dancer | Christopher Solari (1) as Rod McCarty / Mirror | Frank Novak (1) as Lou | Charles Emmett as Officer Arden | Rhondee Beriault as Diana Quinna
Director: Debbie Allen

46 :03x15 - Piano Man - November 10, 1985

November 10, 1985: As a lounge singer hiding from the Mafia, Sam finds himself being tagged by an old girlfriend who has tracked him down to prove to herself that she no longer loves him. However, Sam needs to find a way to keep them both alive as an unknown assassin tracks their every move.
Guest Stars: Frank Roman as Hector | John Oldach as Frank | Marietta DePrima as Lorraine | Cherry Davis as Thelma |
Co-Guest Stars: Denise Gentile as Nikki Bellini | Angelo Tiffe as Carl Morgan | Sam Clay as Joey De Nardo / Mirror
Writer: Ed Scharlach

47 :03x16 - Southern Comforts - August 4, 1961

August 4, 1961: As the proprietor of this worthy establishment, a brothel masquerading as a sewing school, Sam must prevent the mysterious death of a resident who does not belong there.
Guest Stars: Monica McMurty as Abby | Stacey Cortez as Paulette | Walter Sylvest as Warren | David Powledge as Luther | Lauren Tom as Sophie | Dan Butler as Jake Dorleac | Georgia Emelin as Gina | David Graf as Sheriff Nolan | Rita Taggart as Marsha |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard White as Gilbert La Bonte / Mirror | Diane Delano as Prostitute #2 | Minnie Summers Lindsey as Prostitute #1 | David Alan Graf as Carl | Jeffrey Conklin as Reese | J. Marvin Campbell as Sailor

48 :03x17 - Glitter Rock - April 12, 1974

April 12, 1974: As a glitter rock musician nicknamed "Tonic", Sam has to find out who it is that is going to kill him, which is made all the more difficult by a large line of suspects.
Guest Stars: Robert Bauer (2) as Wilder | Michael Cerveris as Nick | Christian Hoff as Philip Silbart | Peter Noone as Dwayne | Jon Gries as Flash McGrath | Liza Whitcraft as Sandy |
Co-Guest Stars: Bruce Michael Paine as Jeffrey Mole / Mirror | Bob Cady as Chase | Dorrie Krum as Heather | Sharon Martin as Blonde | Jan Eddy as Whittler
Director: Andy Cadiff

49 :03x18 - A Hunting Will We Go - June 18, 1976

June 18, 1976: Sam is handcuffed to an embezzler, who will stop at nothing to get away from him and he also has to deal with his attraction to her, not to mention Al's.
Guest Stars: Jeffrey King as Luke | Dale Swann as Bill | Michael McCarty as Jack | Cliff Bemis as Sheriff Michaels | Kenneth Marshall as Rodney Owens | Jane Sibbett as Diane Frost |
Co-Guest Stars: Ken Kells as Gordon O'Reilly / Mirror | Dorothy Blass as Cashier | Maxine Elliott as Edwine | Warren Barrington as Clive
Director: Andy Cadiff

50 :03x19 - Last Dance Before an Execution - May 12, 1971

May 12, 1971: As he leaps in, Sam finds himself strapped into an electric chair for a murder his host may not have committed. But as he is granted a sudden 48-hour stay of execution, he must quickly dig through legal papers and barriers to find the truth before he goes back to the chair again. Otherwise, his life and that of another prisoner will be forfeit.
Guest Stars: Jenny Gago as Tearsa Lorrea | Julio Oscar Mechoso as Raul Casta | Christopher Allport as Alan Ripley | James Sloyan as District Attorney Theodore Wallace Moody |
Co-Guest Stars: Leonard Lightfoot as Officer Little (as Leonard C. Lightfoot) | Jack Jozefson as Officer Hudson | Michael Holden (1) as Herb Stein | Krista Muscare as Maria | Charles Woolf as Father Raftery | Irene Olga Lopez as Tia | A.J. Freeman as Bart Manners | Wendy Gordon as Reporter (as Wendy Jill Gordon) | Andrew Amador as Reporter | Harry Fleer as Older Man in Jail | Neil Barton as Black Man in Jail | Stephen Domingas (1) as Jesus Ortega / Mirror

51 :03x20 - Heart of a Champion - July 23, 1955

July 23, 1955: When he leaps into half of the "Battling Rooskies" tag team wrestling duo, Sam must find a way to keep his brother from wrestling...or it will result in a heart attack. Meanwhile, the wife of a jealous wrestler tries to seduce Sam.
Guest Stars: Jerry Bossard as Ronny Sammis | Rance Howard as Lamar | Angela Paton as Sheri Shilo | John Kidwell as Hank Sammis | Deborah Wakeham as Terri Shiloh |
Co-Guest Stars: Don Hood as Carl Shilo | Jay S. York as Executioner | Terry Funk as Carl | Don Dolan as Referee | Tim De Zarn as Stan | Susan Isaacs as Myra | Jeff Hochendoner as Terry Sammis / Mirror
Director: Joe Napolitano

52 :03x21 - Nuclear Family - October 26, 1962

October 26, 1962: In the body of a bomb shelter salesman during the Cuban Missile Crisis, Sam has to stop the killing of a neighbor during a false air raid alarm which results in the conviction of his brother.
Guest Stars: Candace Hutson as Kimberly Elroy | Robert Hy Gorman as Stevie Elroy | Kim Flowers as Kate Elroy | Kurt Fuller as Burt Rosencranz | Timothy Carhart as Mac Elroy |
Co-Guest Stars: Patrick M. Bruneau as Eddie Elroy | Delia Salvi as Mrs. Kingman

53 :03x22 - Shock Theater - October 3, 1954

October 3, 1954: Sam leaps into a mental patient just as he is undergoing a high electric shock therapy dosage, which brings out several of the personalities Sam has leaped into in the past. It becomes increasing harder for Al to communicate with Sam and if he and Doctor Beeks can not figure out how to get Sam out, he will be stuck there forever.
Guest Stars: David Proval as Dr. Masters | Bruce A. Young as Butch | Scott Lawrence as Tibido "Tibby" Johnson | Robert Symonds as Dr. Wickless | Candy Ann Brown as Dr. Verbeena Beeks | Nick Brooks as Freddy | Lee Garlington as Nurse Chatam |
Co-Guest Stars: Frank Collison as Mortimer | Ralph Marrero as Oswald | Kevin Page as Young Doctor | Harry Pugh as Older Doctor | LaReine Chabut as Samantha Stormer / Mirror (as Le Reine Chabut) | Howard Matthew Johnson as Jesse Tyler / Mirror | Brad Silverman as Jimmy LaMotta / Mirror |
Uncredited: Jean-Pierre Dorleac as Mental Patient
Director: Joe Napolitano

Season 4

54 :04x01 - The Leap Back - June 15, 1945

June 15, 1945/September 18, 1999: Sam and Al have swapped places. Al has leaped into a man who has too stop his ex-girlfriend from marrying another man and Sam has to get out of the Imaging Chamber after the door was locked by accident and return to Donna.
Guest Stars: Candy Ann Brown as Dr. Verbeena Beeks | Mimi Kuzyk as Donna Eleese | Amanda Wyss as Suzanne Elsinger | Deborah Pratt as Ziggy | Jeanine Jackson as Kelly | Dennis Wolfberg as Gooshie |
Co-Guest Stars: Dean Denton as Captain Tom Jarret / Mirror | Susan Ann Connor (1) as Naval Admiral | Douglas Roberts as Mike | Robert Prescott as Clifford White | Gigi Rice as Tina Martinez
Director: Michael Zinberg

55 :04x02 - Play Ball - August 6, 1961

August 6, 1961: Sam leaps into Lester "Doc" Fuller, a former major league pitcher stuck back in the minors again, Sam must get a hotshot rookie ballplayer back on the right track. In the meantime, Sam also has to ward off advances from his team's owner...and her daughter!
Guest Stars: Casey Sander as Warren Monroe | Courtney Gebhart as Bunny | Neal McDonough as Chucky | Charles Fick as Ryker | Maree Cheatham as Margaret Twilly |
Co-Guest Stars: Juan Garcia as Jorge | Don Stroud as Mustangs Coach | Peter Jason as Talent Scout | Owen Rutledge as Lester "Doc" Fuller / Mirror | David B. MacCabee as Immigration Officer | Hank Robinson as First Umpire | Russel Lunday as Eagle Manager | Michael Bellisario as Billy | Royce D. Applegate as Radio Reporter
Director: Joe Napolitano

56 :04x03 - Hurricane - August 17, 1969

August 17, 1969: Hurricane Camille hits the Gulf Coast and Sam has to save the members of a hurricane party and his girlfriend.
Guest Stars: Tracy Kolis as Lisa | Bill Erwin as Joe Deever | Marilyn Jones as Cissy Davis | Barbara Townsend as Ma Maw |
Co-Guest Stars: Richard Grove as Mark | Bob Hamilton (2) as Deputy Sheriff Archie Necaise / Mirror | Stephanie Shroyer as Sitter | James Morrison (1) as Mr. LeJeune | Marjorie Lovett as Unabelle

57 :04x04 - Justice - May 11, 1965

May 11, 1955: Sam leaps into a newly inducted member of the Ku Klux Klan and must find a way to prevent the lynching of a community activist. But due to his moral upbringing, it becomes very difficult to act like the person he has leaped into to avoid his own lynching.
Guest Stars: Glenn Morshower as Grady | Jacob Gelman as Mr. Thomson | Steve Blackwood as Leon | Lee Weaver as Cody | Michael Beach as Nathaniel Simpson | Noble Willingham as Gene / Grand Dragon | Fran Bennett as Ada Simpson |
Co-Guest Stars: Glenn Edden as Clyde / Mirror | Michael Craig Patterson as Jim | Jesshaye Callier as Third child | Charlie Holliday (2) as Sheriff Otis | Lisa Waltz as Lilly | Dirk Blocker as Tom | Ashley Woolfolk as Second child | Jullian Roy Doster as First child
Director: Rob Bowman
Writer: Toni Graphia

58 :04x05 - Permanent Wave - June 2, 1983

June 2, 1983: Sam leaps in, just as his girlfriend's son witnesses a murder at a drugstore next door. The boy's mother will not allow him to tell the police and the killer is getting closer to make sure he never will.
Guest Stars: Doran Clark as Laura | Harry Groener as Detective Ward | Lela Ivey as Chloe | Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Kyle | Candi Brough as Elsa |
Co-Guest Stars: Randi Brough as Lisel | Christine Cattell as Mimi | Stephen T. Kay as Ralph | Robert Jacobs (2) as Frank Bianca
Director: Scott Bakula

59 :04x06 - Raped - June 20, 1980

June 20, 1980: Sam leaps into Katie, a rape victim and with the help of Al and the real Katie in the waiting room, tries to bring the rapist to justice.
Guest Stars: Aaron Lustig as Judge Bowers | Arthur Rosenberg as Jim McBain | Nancy Lenehan as Colleen McBain | Penny Peyser as Nancy Hudson | Matthew Sheehan as Kevin Wentworth | Amy Ryan as Libby McBain | Liz Vassey as Paula Fletcher | Eric Bruskotter as Glen |
Co-Guest Stars: Mark Conley as Bailiff | Nora Masterson as Nurse | Pat O'Neal as Randy | Michael Griswold as Dr. Samuel | John Petlock as Brian Chadwick | Eugene Lee as Officer Shumway | Cheryl Pollak as Katie McBain / Mirror
Director: Michael Zinberg

60 :04x07 - The Wrong Stuff - January 24, 1961

January 24, 1961: Sam has to get a chimpanzee into the space program. Otherwise, he will die from unethical helmet testing.
Guest Stars: Gary Swanson as Dr. Frank Winger | Albert Stratton as Dr. Tucker | Caroline Goodall as Dr. Leslie Ashton |
Co-Guest Stars: Kim Robillard as Military Officer #1 | Peter Murnik as Military Officer #2
Director: Joe Napolitano

61 :04x08 - Dreams - February 28, 1979

February 28, 1979: In a very strange and creepy episode, Sam is a detective investigating a horrible murder involving the removal of the victim's heart. He begins to have flashbacks he can not understand and once he meets the victim's psychiatrist he drifts into a dark place to find the meaning behind the visions.
Guest Stars: Alan Scarfe as Dr. Mason Crane | Bill Marcus as Captain Vincent | Joycelyn O’Brien as Pamela Roselli |
Co-Guest Stars: David Garrison (2) as Jack Stone / Mirror | Wycliffe Young as Coroner | Anthony Pena as Officer Talbot | Michael Patrick Carter (1) as P.J. DeCaro | Noley Thornton as Lea DeCaro | Tim Ahern as Peter DeCaro

62 :04x09 - A Single Drop of Rain - September 7, 1953

September 7, 1953: Sam is a travelling rain maker who, with the help of Al, has to bring rain to a dry town.
Guest Stars: Ted Baader as Billy Beaumont / Mirror | Lesly Kahn as Velma Waters | Phyllis Lyons as Annie Beaumont | Britt Leach as Vernon Coutis | Carl Anthony Payne II as Clinton Leveret | R.G. Armstrong as Davison | Patrick Massett as Ralph Beaumont | Anne Haney as Grace Beaumont | Hal Landon, Jr. as Norm
Director: Virgil W. Vogel

63 :04x10 - Unchained - November 2, 1956

November 2, 1956: Sam finds himself working in a chain gang and has to prove that Jazz was framed for a crime he never committed and help him to be free.
Guest Stars: Robert V. Barron as Old Convict | Claude Earl Jones as Warden B. T. Elias | J.C. Quinn as Boss Cooley | Basil Wallace as Jazz Boone | Jed Mills as Monroe | Don Sparks as Jake Wiles | Mark Kemble as Chance Cole / Mirror

64 :04x11 - The Play's the Thing - September 9, 1969

September 9, 1969: Sam has to help his older girlfriend start a singing career and prevent her from moving back to Cleveland with her straight as an arrow son and his wife. Sam must also do a performance naked.
Guest Stars: Will Schaub as Joe Thurlow / Mirror | Deem Bristow as King | Eva Loseth as Petra | Paul Collins as Rob Jackson | Craig Richard Nelson as Director | Robert Pine as Ted | Daniel Roebuck as Neil Lindhurst | Anna Gunn as Liz Lindhurst | Penny Fuller as Jane Lindhurst
Director: Eric Laneuville

65 :04x12 - Running For Honor - June 11, 1964

June 11, 1964: Sam has to prevent a friend from committing suicide due to his homosexuality and educate Al that the military's anti-homosexual laws are wrong.
Guest Stars: John Finn as Admiral Spencer | Beau Windham as Tommy H. York / Mirror | Brian Selbert as Plebe | Martin Hansen as Cadet | Roz Witt as Waitress | Jake Price as Plebe Guard | Sean O'Bryan as Phillip Ashcroft | Lisa Lawrence as Karen | Anthony Palermo as Ronnie Chambers | John Roselius as Coach Martz
Director: Bob Hulme

66 :04x13 - Temptation Eyes - February 1, 1985

February 1, 1985: A serial killer has struck California and Sam has to make sure that the serial killer does not get to the psychic that the police are protecting.
Guest Stars: Harker Wade as Dylan Powell | Rob LaBelle as Tony Beche | Kent Williams as Detective Collins | James Handy as Ross | Tamlyn Tomita as Tamlyn Matsuda | Alan Baltes as Reporter

67 :04x14 - The Last Gunfighter - November 28, 1957

November 28, 1957: As a cowboy in the West, Sam leaps into a man who enacts old gunfights for the tourists, however when his old partner comes back he says that he was the hero and not Sam. Can Sam avoid a gunfight and maintain the respect of his daughter-in-law and grandson?
Guest Stars: Paul Bordman as Tyler Means / Mirror | Joseph Burke as Otis | John Anderson as Pat Knight | Kenneth Tigar as Ben Steiner | Sean Baca as Stevie | O'Neal Compton as Sheriff Russ | Susan Isaacs as Lucy | Jerry Potter as Mr. East | Bonnie Morgan as Cindy
Director: Joe Napolitano

68 :04x15 - A Song For the Soul - April 7, 1963

April 7, 1963: Sam is a member of a teenage singing group. He is there to prevent one of the other girls in the group from signing a contract with a man who has a hidden agenda. Can Sam fix things so that she can still sing professionally and keep the relationship between her and her father alive?
Guest Stars: Christopher M. Brown as Raghead Teen #3 | Tommy Morgan as Raghead Teen #2 | Clyde Jones as Raghead Teen #1 | Tammy Townsend as Lynell Walters | Eriq La Salle as Bobby Lee | Harrison Page as Reverend Walters | T'Keyah Keymáh as Paula | Tiffany Jameson as Cheree / Mirror | G. Smokey Campbell as Rainey | Richard McGregor as Jo Jo

69 :04x16 - Ghost Ship - August 13, 1956

August 13, 1956: Sam is the pilot of a plane that has a newly wed couple on board. He must help the wife with her appendix that burst and the pilot who is having war flashbacks.
Guest Stars: Mark McPherson as Francis Edward "Eddie" Brackett / Mirror | Kimberly Foster as Wendy | Derek Hoxby as Captain Dan Cooper | Kurt Deutsch as Grant Cutter Jr. | Carla Gugino as Michelle Temple Cutter

70 :04x17 - Roberto! - January 27, 1982

July 27, 1982: Sam leaps into a TV reporter who discovers a secret chemical weapons plant hidden inside a local corporation. But the company will do anything to keep it's secret.
Guest Stars: Andrew Roa as Roberto Guttierrez / Mirror | Paul-Felix Montez as Ernesto | Gregg Binkley as Deputy | Sherri Lynn Rothman as Dawn | Victor Talmadge as Hank | Dennis Fimple as Red Norton | Charles Dougherty as Jeeters | Dr. Laura Schlessinger as Herself | Barbara Tarbuck as Esther | Marcus Giamatti as Rick Upfield | Alan Oppenheimer as Earl Skinner | DeLane Matthews as Jani Eisenberg | Jerry Hardin as Ed Saxton | Don Gibb as Man with Glasses | Michael Heintzman as Tim
Director: Scott Bakula

71 :04x18 - It's a Wonderful Leap - May 10, 1958

May 10, 1958: As a New York taxi driver Sam has to earn a gold medallion and stop himself being killed. Along the way he meets Angela, who can not only see Al, but also claims to be an Angel.
Guest Stars: Liz Torres as Angelita Carmen Guadalupe Cecelia Jiminez | Jerry Adler (1) as Lenny Greenman | Vaughn Armstrong as Father | Robin Frates as Elizabeth | Jack Orend as Tony | Peter Iacangelo as Frank | Milt Kogan as Lucky | Douglas MacHugh as Moe | Frank Girardeau as Sergeant McCann | Ed Wasser as Young Executive | Justin Thomson as Son | Ross Partridge as Max Greenman / Mirror
Director: Paul Brown (2)

72 :04x19 - Moments to Live - May 4, 1985

May 4, 1985: Sam is a soap opera actor who is taken by an obsessive woman and her husband as she wants Sam to father her child!
Guest Stars: Matthew Ashford as TV Husband | Patrick Lowe as Kyle Hart / Mirror | Richard Merson as Vendor | Mark Fauser as Policeman | Krista Tesreau as Nurse Kidman | James Gleason (1) as Roger | Brian George (1) as Ben | Pruitt Taylor Vince as Hank Pilcher | Kathleen Wilhoite as Norma Jean Pilcher | Frances Bay as Mildred "Millie" Reynolds | Ellen Gerstein as Woman | Julie Lloyd as Waitress
Director: Joe Napolitano

73 :04x20 - The Curse of Ptah-Hotep - March 2, 1957

March 2, 1957: Sam leaps into an archaeologist who has uncovered the tomb of an Egyptian pharaoh named Ptah-Hotep and strange incidents start taking place. An ancient curse will allegedly bring forth a sandstorm that will bury the site of Sam's camp, and the tomb, forever.
Guest Stars: Chaim Girafi as Ali | John Kapelos as Dr. Mustafa El Razul | Lisa Darr as Ginny Will | Rodger LaRue as Dale Conway / Mirror | Ali Dean as Gamal
Director: Joe Napolitano

74 :04x21 - Stand Up - April 30, 1959

April 30, 1959: Sam is part of a very un-funny comedian act. Sam's partner and their new female partner are in love but can not yet find the words to get together. As Sam and Al try to bring them together, a mob boss may tear them apart permanently.
Guest Stars: Rafe Battiste as Davey Parker / Mirror | Martha Jane as Waitress | Jon Melichar as Emcee | Mark Lonow as Lou Collins | Tom LaGrua as Joe | Amy Yasbeck as Frankie Washarskie | Robert Miranda as Carlo DeGrigorio | Peter Schrum as Trucker | Wil Albert as Charlie | Rosemary Tarquinio as Maria Rose | Bob Saget as Macklyn "Mack" MacKay
Director: Michael Zinberg

75 :04x22 - A Leap For Lisa - June 25, 1957

June 25, 1957: Sam leaps into Al, who faces charges of raping and murdering a Commander's wife. The odds rise that Al will be convicted and sent to the gas chamber, Sam, Al, and the new observer Edward have to prove his innocence.
Special Guest Stars: Roddy McDowall as Edward St. John V |
Guest Stars: Anthony Peck as Judge | Jeff Corbett as "Chip" Ferguson | Jamie Walters as Albert "Bingo" Calavicci / Mirror | Terry Farrell as Navy Nurse Lt. Lisa Sherman | Rich Whiteside as Marine Guard | Jack Stauffer as Flight Surgeon | Ivan Gueron as Plumber | Debbie James as Marci Riker | Jeff Nowinski as "Stacker" Carpenter | Steve Carlisle as Pollack | Charles Rocket as Commander Dirk Riker | Larry Brandenburg as Commander Hugh Dobbs

Season 5

76 :05x01 - Lee Harvey Oswald Part I - October 5, 1957-November 22, 1963

October 5-6, 1957, January 6, 1959, October 21, 1959, March 21, 1963, April 10, 1963, October 21, 1963, November 21-22, 1963: Sam leaps into Lee Harvey Oswald and has to stop John Fitzgerald Kennedy from being assassinated, however the control of Oswald keeps fluctuating between Sam and Oswald. Will Sam manage to save the president?
Guest Stars: Karen Ingram as Jackie Kennedy | Becky London as Ruth Paine | Nathan Lisle as Frazier | Lazar Rockwood as Guard | Erika Amato as Lt. Anna Guri | Charles Nelson as Sgt. Bellisario | Chris Kinkade (1) as New Orleans Policeman | James Medina as Carlos | Patty Toy as Bar Girl | Rodney Kageyama as Joda | Ward C. Boland as Lt. Obrigowitz | Philip McNiven as PFC Briggs | Michael Rich as Corp. McBride | Natasha Pavlovich as Marina Oswald | Willie Garson as Lee Harvey Oswald / Mirror | Reni Santoni as Sgt. Lopez | Elya Baskin as Major Yuri Kosenko | Donna Magnani as Mariska | Dennis Wolfberg as Gooshie

77 :05x02 - Lee Harvey Oswald Part II - October 5, 1957-November 22, 1963

October 5-6, 1957, January 6, 1959, October 21, 1959, March 21, 1963, April 10, 1963, October 21, 1963, November 21-22, 1963: Sam leaps into Lee Harvey Oswald and has to stop John Fitzgerald Kennedy from being assassinated, however the control of Oswald keeps fluctuating between Sam and Oswald. Will Sam manage to save the president?
Guest Stars: Karen Ingram as Jackie Kennedy | Becky London as Ruth Paine | Nathan Lisle as Frazier | Lazar Rockwood as Guard | Erika Amato as Lt. Anna Guri | Charles Nelson as Sgt. Bellisario | Chris Kinkade (1) as New Orleans Policeman | James Medina as Carlos | Patty Toy as Bar Girl | Rodney Kageyama as Joda | Ward C. Boland as Lt. Obrigowitz | Michael Rich as Corp. McBride | Willie Garson as Lee Harvey Oswald / Mirror | Reni Santoni as Sgt. Lopez | Natasha Pavlovich as Marina Oswald | Elya Baskin as Major Yuri Kosenko | Donna Magnani as Mariska | Dennis Wolfberg as Gooshie | Philip McNiven as PFC Briggs

78 :05x03 - Leaping of the Shrew - September 27, 1956

September 27, 1956: Sam, as a Greek sailor, shipwrecked on an island with a wealthy socialite, must romance her so that they end up marrying.
Guest Stars: Socrates Alafouzos as Nikos Stathatos / Mirror | Brooke Shields as Vanessa Foster
Director: Alan J. Levi

79 :05x04 - Nowhere to Run - August 10, 1968

August 10, 1968: As a war veteran who lost his legs, Sam has to save the life of a suicidal roommate, as well as his own marriage.
Guest Stars: Simone Allen as Carol | Jordan Jackson as Hartig's Aide | Jennifer Aniston as Kiki Wilson | Norman Snow as Commander James Hartig | Michael Boatman as Sgt. William "Billy" Johnson | Michael Carpenter (1) as Capt. Ronald Miller / Mirror | David McSwain as Vet | David Marshall (1) as Hippie | Joseph M. Hamilton as Baxter | Judith Hoag as Julie | Gene Lythgow as Holt | Kendra Booth as Young Nurse
Director: Alan J. Levi

80 :05x05 - Killin' Time - June 18, 1958

June 18, 1958: Sam leaps into a killer who is holding a mother and daughter hostage. However the leapee escapes from Project Quantum Leap and it is up to Al and Gooshie to find him, otherwise Sam will be trapped their forever.
Guest Stars: Carolyn Lowery as Hooker | Connie Ray as Carol Pruitt | Joseph Malone (2) as Deputy Grimes | Jim Haynie as Sheriff John Hoyt | Cameron Dye as Leon Stiles / Mirror | Beverley Mitchell as Becky Pruitt | Dennis Wolfberg as Gooshie | Lewis Dauber as Reporter

81 :05x06 - Star Light, Star Bright - May 21, 1966

May 21, 1966: Sam leaps into an old man who has to convince his family he saw an alien spacecraft otherwise he will be committed to a mental hospital. There is also a government agency tracking Sam and the alien spacecraft.
Guest Stars: Douglas Stark as Max Stoddard / Mirror | Michael Maguire (1) as Major Irwin Meadows | H. Richard Greene as Dr. Hardy | Anne Lockhart as Eva Stoddard | Guy Boyd as John Stoddard | Morgan Weisser as Tim Stoddard | Josh Coxx as Officer Milardi

82 :05x07 - Deliver Us from Evil - March 19, 1966

March 19, 1966: Sam leaps back into Jimmy LaMotta who has to stop his family from being torn apart by an evil leaper.
Guest Stars: Carolyn Seymour as Zoey | Ryan McWhorter as Corey LaMotta | Kristen Cloke as Shirley Constantine | Michael Alldredge as Charlie Samuels | Brad Silverman as Jimmy LaMotta / Mirror | Laura Harrington as Connie LaMotta | Renee Coleman as Alia | John D'Aquino as Frank LaMotta
Director: Bob Hulme

83 :05x08 - Trilogy Part I (One Little Heart) - August 8, 1955

August 8, 1955: Sam leaps into the father of Abigail Fuller. Abigail has been accused of killing Leta Aider's husband and daughter, and is thought to be cursed.
Special Guest Stars: Meg Foster as Laura Fuller |
Guest Stars: Fran Bennett as Marie Billings | Stephen Lee (1) as Deputy Sheriff Bo Loman | Kimberly Cullum as Abigail Fuller | Max Wright (1) as Doc Kinman | Mary Gordon Murray as Leta Aider | W.K. Stratton as Lawrence "Larry" Stanton III | James Whitmore, Jr. as Clayton Fuller / Mirror | Travis Fine as Will Kinman

84 :05x09 - Trilogy Part II (For Your Love) - June 14, 1966

June 14, 1966: Sam leaps into Will Kinman, the soon to be husband of Abigail Fuller. Lita Aider is leading a lynch mob with the aim of having Abigail hanged because a child Abigail had been babysitting has disappeared.
Special Guest Stars: Meg Foster as Laura Fuller |
Guest Stars: R. Leo Schreiber as Townsman | Beth Peters as Townswoman | Fran Bennett as Marie Billings | Stephen Lee (1) as Sheriff Bo Loman | Christopher Curry as Mr. Takin | Wendy Robie as Mrs. Takin | Mary Gordon Murray as Leta Aider | Melora Hardin as Abigail Fuller | W.K. Stratton as Lawrence "Larry" Stanton III | Travis Fine as Will Kinman / Mirror

85 :05x10 - Trilogy Part III (The Last Door) - July 28, 1978

July 28, 1978: Sam leaps into Larry Stanton, a lawyer who has to defend Abigail Fuller. Abigail is suspected of murdering Leta Aider. Secrets are revealed, the family history comes unraveled, and surprises are in store for Sam as he discovers the heritage behind Abigail's daughter, Samantha Jo Fuller.
Special Guest Stars: Meg Foster as Laura Fuller |
Guest Stars: Heather Lauren Olson as Violet Aider | Lanier Edwards as Bailiff | Diana Bellamy as Cherilyn Stanton | Fran Bennett as Marie Billings | Stephen Lee (1) as Sheriff Bo Loman | Parley Baer as Judge Shiner | Melora Hardin as Abigail Fuller | W.K. Stratton as Lawrence "Larry" Stanton III / Mirror | Kimberly Cullum as Sammie-Jo Fuller | Max Wright (1) as Doc Kinman | James Greene (2) as Denton Waters |
Uncredited: Mary Gordon Murray as Leta Aider

86 :05x11 - Promised Land - December 22, 1971

December 22, 1971: Sam leaps into one of three brothers who are robbing a bank in Elk Ridge, Indiana, Sam's home town.
Guest Stars: Charles Dugan as Stan Pierce | Marion Dugan as Lila Pierce | Chris Stacy as John Walters | Arlen Dean Snyder as Sheriff Mundy | Dwier Brown as Neil Waters | Jonathan Hogan as Gus Vernon | Elizabeth Dennehy as Beth Ryan | Kellie Overbey Shane as Carrie Young | Elizabeth Rainey as Cindy Wilkens | Lorinne Vozoff as Mary Walters | Jim Townsend as Deputy Martin | Daniel Engstrom as Willie Walters Jr. / Mirror | Scott Bakula as John Beckett | Kurt Andon as John Beckett Photo Double | Gregory Paul Jackson as Sam Photo Double | James C. Victor as Carl Wilkens
Director: Scott Bakula

87 :05x12 - A Tale of Two Sweeties - February 25, 1958

February 25, 1958: Sam leaps into a bigamist and has to choose one family over another and make sure they do not find out about each other. He also has to settle a few gambling debts.
Guest Stars: Shay Astar as Mary Elroy | Michael Bellisario as Martin Jr. | Mary Lou Childs as Ellen | Larry Manetti as Vic the Bookie | Jill Tracy as Rachel | Jack Yates as Gus | Kristie Transeau as Gina | J.C. Wendel as Receptionist | J.D. Daniels as Josh

88 :05x13 - Liberation - October 16, 1968

October 16, 1968: Sam has to prevent a husband from walking out on the family, a daughter being killed and prove that there is more than just be a housewife for females.
Guest Stars: Stephen Mills as Chief Donald Tipton | Bill Cort as Flanners | Jordan Baker as Evy Brownfield | Eric Bruskotter as Red | Matt Kirkwood as Photographer | Mary Elizabeth Murphy (1) as Dora | Max Gail as George | Deborah Van Valkenburgh as Diana St. Cloud | Bill Calvert as Peter Tipton | Megyn Price as Suzi
Director: Bob Hulme

89 :05x14 - Dr. Ruth - April 25, 1985

April 25, 1985: The notably prudish Sam Beckett is Dr. Ruth Westheimer, the renowned sex therapist. As her Sam has to help two people fall in love, do a radio show and even Al is getting advice from the real Dr. Ruth in the waiting room!
Guest Stars: Bridget Morrow as Anita | Mary Scheer as Other Woman | Ruth Westheimer as Herself | Ellen Albertini Dow as Grandma | Paul Roache as Cab Driver | Doreene L. Hamilton as Anita's friend | Robert MacKenzie as Lord Nigel Corrington | Peter Spears as Doug | Robyn Lively as Annie Wilkins | James McDonnell as Jonathan | Anita Barone as Debbie
Director: Stuart Margolin

90 :05x15 - Blood Moon - March 10, 1975

March 10, 1975: Leaping into a coffin is a first for Sam, who has become an artist who lives like a vampire. It is the evening of Blood Moon, a sacrifice to Count Bathory, and another couple have come to share in the ceremony. Sam does not believe in vampires, but Al says he is the real thing. Sam must prevent his host's girlfriend from becoming the sacrifice.
Guest Stars: Robert MacKenzie as Lord Nigel Corrington / Mirror | Ian Buchanan (1) as Victor | Deborah Moore as Claudia | Shae D'Lyn as Alexandra | Garth Wilton as Detective | Rod Loomis as Horace
Director: Alan J. Levi

91 :05x16 - Return of the Evil Leaper - October 8, 1956

October 8, 1956: On a college campus as do gooder calling himself the "Midnight Marauder", Sam again meets Alia, a time traveller who sets wrong what once was right. Alia lets on that she feels trapped into her evil doings by her own observer, Zoey, and the computer that controls her project, Lothos. Sam and the female leaper construct a plan to help Alia escape her evil controllers. But will she leap with Sam...or will Sam leap with Alia?
Guest Stars: Renee Coleman as Alia | Bojesse Christopher as Frank | Michael Manasseri as Jerry | Paul Scherrer as Jack | Neil Patrick Harris as Mike Hammond | Tristan Tait as Arnold Watkins / Mirror | Carolyn Seymour as Zoey | Raquel Krelle as Dawn Taylor
Director: Harvey Laidman

92 :05x17 - Revenge of the Evil Leaper - September 16, 1987

September 16, 1987: Sam and Alia leap together into a women's prison where they are being accused of killing another inmate. In the search for Alia, Lothos leaps Zoey into the prison warden and she gets her own hologram by the name of Thames. Sam and Al struggle to mask Alia from the sensors of Lothos and must find a way to prove they did not kill the inmate who was murdered.
Guest Stars: Cynthia Steele as Liz Tate / Mirror | Rosanna DeSoto as Fiddler | Maggie Roswell as Masterson | Sam Scarber as Warden Myers | Katherine Cortez as Sophie | Hinton Battle as Thames | Barbara Montgomery as Vivian | Laura O'Loughlin as Angel Jensen / Mirror | Carolyn Seymour as Zoey | Renee Coleman as Alia
Director: Debbie Allen

93 :05x18 - Goodbye Norma Jean - April 4, 1960

April 4, 1960: Sam leaps into Marilyn Monroe's chauffeur. Al says he must prevent her from overdosing on pills and alcohol. He also has to uncover the mystery behind her new assistant's past.
Guest Stars: Eric Scott Woods as Rocky | Stephen Dunham as Dennis Boardman / Mirror | Liz Vassey as Barbara Whitmore | Stephen Root as John Tremaine Jr. | Susan Griffiths as Marilyn Monroe | Tony Young as John Huston | Joris Stuyck as Peter Lawford | Larry Pennell as Clark Gable | Elizabeth A. Coffee as Jane

94 :05x19 - The Beast Within - November 6, 1972

November 6, 1972: Mistaken for the Bigfoot, Sam leaps into a Vietnam veteran named Henry Adams who lives with another vet, Roy Brown, in the mountains away from civilization. Roy has seizures and hallucinations and needs medication to prevent them. But the town sheriff, who has an old war secret to hide, is preventing Sam and Roy from coming into town to get the medicine.
Guest Stars: Sean Gregory Sullivan as Roy | Pat Skipper as Luke | Eileen Seeley as Karen | David Tom as Daniel | David Denney as Deputy | John Burke as John Worful | Mike Jolly as Henry Adams / Mirror
Director: Gus Trikonis

95 :05x20 - The Leap Between the States - September 20, 1862

September 20, 1862: Sam leaps along his genetic line and finds himself in the civil war as his great-grandfather, Captain John Beckett. While helping the underground railroad smuggle a family to freedom, Sam must also win over his great-grandmother, or he may be erased from existence.
Guest Stars: Neil Giuntoli as Private Ryder | Michael D. Roberts as Isaac | Kate McNeil as Olivia Barrett Covington | Geoffrey Lower as Lt. Richard Montgomery | Paul Wittenburg as Wounded Soldier | Rob Hyland as Captain John Beckett / Mirror | Robby Sutton as Young Soldier
Director: David Hemmings

96 :05x21 - Memphis Melody - July 3, 1954

July 3, 1954: Sam leaps into Elvis Presley just two days before he gets discovered. While trying to help a woman pursue her singing career, Sam must make sure that he does not spoil things for Elvis and change history.
Guest Stars: Chelsy Bakula as Girl Praying in Diner | Michael St. Gerard as Elvis Presley / Mirror | Lisa Jane Persky as Marion | Frazer Smith as DJ | Mary Elizabeth McGlynn as Sue Ann | John Scott Clough as Frank | Garn Stephens as Gladys | Gregory Itzin as Mr. Phillips | John Boyd West as Red West | Eric Bruskotter as Beau | Melissa Bernheim as Julie | Stephanie Scott as Cute Girl

97 :05x22 - Mirror Image - August 8, 1953

August 8, 1953: Sam Beckett leaps into the not so ordinary town of Cokeburg, Pennsylvania. Sam has to save the lives two miners, Tonchi and Pete, and right a major wrong in Al's life all while puzzled about how he has leaped into himself at the exact moment he was born and is faced by many familar looking people.
Guest Stars: Ferdinand Carangelo as Ghee | J.D. Daniels as Kid #1 | Richard Herd as Ziggy Ziganovich | Brad Silverman as Pete | Bruce McGill as Al the bartender | W. Morgan Sheppard as Bearded Gooshie | Stephen McHattie as Stawpah | James Whitmore, Jr. as Police Captain | Susan Diol as Beth Calavicci | Dennis Wolfberg as Gooshie | Kevin McDermott as Kruger | Mike Genovese as Mr. Collins | Michael Bellisario as Kid #2 | Dan Butler as Mutta | John D'Aquino as Tonchi |
Uncredited: Donald P. Bellisario as Man at the bar
Network: NBC ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi
Status: Canceled/Ended
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: March 26, 1989
Ended: May 05, 1993
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