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Quantum Leap: 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.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x9
Production Number: 67317
Airdate: Wednesday November 20th, 1991

Guest Stars
Anne HaneyAnne Haney
As Grace Beaumont
Patrick MassettPatrick Massett
As Ralph Beaumont
Britt LeachBritt Leach
As Vernon Coutis
Carl Anthony Payne IICarl Anthony Payne II
As Clinton Leveret
Lesly KahnLesly Kahn
As Velma Waters
Phyllis LyonsPhyllis Lyons
As Annie Beaumont
R.G. ArmstrongR.G. Armstrong
As Davison
Ted BaaderTed Baader
As Billy Beaumont / Mirror
Main Cast
Scott BakulaScott Bakula
As Dr. Samuel "Sam" Beckett
Dean StockwellDean Stockwell
As Rear Admiral Albert "Al" Calavicci
Episode Notes
Patrick Massett (Ralph Beaumont) previously played Rusty in "The Americanization of Machiko - August 4, 1953".

Episode Quotes
Sam: What do we do with silver forks?
Clinton: Mostly, we eat with them.

Al: Anyway, yours truly had to do combat duty.
Sam: And what did you find out?
Al: That girls that wear glasses have lots and lots of energy.

Sam: Why do we even bother?
Al: Because that's what we do, we're professional botherers.

Annie: What's this?
Sam: Hmm? That? That's a microwave oven.
Annie: Well, what does it do?
Sam: Oh, you know, it kinda cooks things real fast.

Al: We can change history, we can change people, but the weather, that's the leap of another colour. I mean that's, no, that a horse of another kell. I mean, I don't know what I mean.

Clinton: You see, modern science...modern science has discovered that water vapor is always in the air. Well, now I know it seems impossible. I mean, but it's true, it's here, right now! It's all around us. Now, the problem is getting it to form into little drops and fall to the ground.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorDonald P. Bellisario
Executive ProducerDonald P. Bellisario
Main Title ThemeMike Post
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