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Quantum Leap: 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.

Episode Info


Episode number: 5x12
Production Number: 68118
Airdate: Tuesday January 05th, 1993



Guest Stars
J.D. DanielsJ.D. Daniels
As Josh
Recurring
Michael BellisarioMichael Bellisario
As Martin Jr.
Recurring
J.C. WendelJ.C. Wendel
As Receptionist
Jill TracyJill Tracy
As Rachel
Larry ManettiLarry Manetti
As Vic the Bookie
Shay AstarShay Astar
As Mary Elroy
Main Cast
Scott BakulaScott Bakula
As Dr. Samuel "Sam" Beckett
Dean StockwellDean Stockwell
As Rear Admiral Albert "Al" Calavicci
Episode Quotes
Sam: Whoever said "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," never scorned two women.

Rachel: I know another way to make the bed shake.

Al: A Massage-O-Matic! I remember one time Ruthie and I were in Cleveland and we had one of those things running for nine hours straight. There was nothing else to do.

Al: Well, I was talking to the real Marty. I think I've found a new idol.

Al: I think I better go get Ziggy to see if she can tilt these odds.

Sam: I decided honesty was the best policy.
Al: For Boy Scouts, not for bigamists!

Al: (referring to Rachel and Ellen) Oh, they're bonding! That's bad! Sam, the train is going in the wrong direction!



Other Episode Crew

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