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Quantum Leap: 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.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x10
Production Number: 68113
Airdate: Tuesday November 24th, 1992

Special Guest Stars
Meg FosterMeg Foster
As Laura Fuller

Guest Stars
Fran BennettFran Bennett
As Marie Billings
Kimberly CullumKimberly Cullum
As Sammie-Jo Fuller
Max Wright (1)Max Wright (1)
As Doc Kinman
Melora HardinMelora Hardin
As Abigail Fuller
Parley BaerParley Baer
As Judge Shiner
Stephen Lee (1)Stephen Lee (1)
As Sheriff Bo Loman
W.K. StrattonW.K. Stratton
As Lawrence "Larry" Stanton III / Mirror
Diana BellamyDiana Bellamy
As Cherilyn Stanton
Heather Lauren OlsonHeather Lauren Olson
As Violet Aider
James Greene (2)James Greene (2)
As Denton Waters
Lanier EdwardsLanier Edwards
As Bailiff

Mary Gordon MurrayMary Gordon Murray
As Leta Aider
Main Cast
Scott BakulaScott Bakula
As Dr. Samuel "Sam" Beckett
Dean StockwellDean Stockwell
As Rear Admiral Albert "Al" Calavicci
Episode Notes
Besides Scott Bakula (Sam) and Dean Stockwell (Al), Meg Foster (Laura Fuller), Stephen Lee (Deputy Sheriff/Sheriff Bo Loman), Fran Bennett (Marie Billings) and W.K. Stratton (Lawrence "Larry" Stanton III) are the only other actors to appear in all three episodes in the trilogy.

Leta Aider (Mary Gordon Murray) died on May 15, 1978.

Episode Quotes
Sam: I’ve got a bad feeling about this.
Cherlyn: After 28 years of marriage, I know every feeling you got!
Sam: I’m your husband.
Cherlyn: Well, of course you’re my husband. Unless you want to be that evil black beard again.
Sam: Why am I here?
Cherlyn: Oh no you don’t! Don’t you start that!
Sam: Start what?
Cherlyn: That…that craziness about hearing voices. Not another word.
Sam: I heard voices?
Cherlyn: I said not another word.
Sam: But what do you mean?
Cherlyn: That is it! That is it. You have gone and done it. You have ruined everything. I am no longer in the mood so you can hang up your holsters until next Saturday night...Aren’t you gonna stop me?
Sam: Stop you?
Cherlyn: I’m gonna call my mother!
(She leaves the room)
Sam: Oh boy!
Al: You’re not going to believe this yo-yo in the Waiting Room.
Sam: Larry Stanton?
Al: Lawrence Stanton III, actually. You’ve a lucrative law practice in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and your counterpart in the Waiting Room thinks he’s dead.
Sam: What?
Al: He thinks that I’m St. Peter and that I’m going to send him to hell for over-charging his hours. Reminds me of my last two divorce lawyers.
Sam: Do you remember Larry Stanton? I remember…uh…there was a hanging and a lot of people and he was hurt, I think he tried to save her.
Al: Who…her?
Sam: No, no, no. Not her. That’s Mrs. Larry Stanton – she wants to melt me down!

Sam: Are they going to be all right, Al?
Al: Yeah. Ziggy says that since Sammy Jo is carrying your genes and now that you’ve cleared Abigail, the curse is broken. Abigail gets married in two years to a wonderful guy and they move to Chicago and she’s happy, Sam. She’s really happy.
Sam: How do you know all this?
Al: Sammie Jo told me.
Sam: Sammie Jo?
Al: Sammie Jo is working with us on Project Quantum Leap, Sam.
Sam: What?
Al: Yes, and a matter of fact she has a theory on how to bring you back home.

Al: Ziggy hasn’t the slightest idea why you’re here. I suggest you open the door and see what drifts in.

Al: Don’t look at me, I don’t make up these assignments!

Sam: I have a daughter, Al!

Sam: Does she know that I’m her father?
Al: No. And Ziggy says after this leap you won’t know either.
Sam: I’ll know, Al. I’ll always know.

Sammie Jo: (to Sam) I’ll never forget you!

Other Episode Crew

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