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Quantum Leap: 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.


Episode Info


Episode number: 5x15
Production Number: 68117
Airdate: Tuesday February 09th, 1993



  • Currently 6.7/10
6.7/10 (3 Votes cast)
Guest Stars
Robert MacKenzieRobert MacKenzie
As Lord Nigel Corrington / Mirror
Recurring
Garth WiltonGarth Wilton
As Detective
Rod LoomisRod Loomis
As Horace
Shae DShae D'Lyn
As Alexandra
Main Cast
Scott BakulaScott Bakula
As Dr. Samuel "Sam" Beckett
Dean StockwellDean Stockwell
As Rear Admiral Albert "Al" Calavicci
Episode Notes
This episode marks Sam's only leap to Britain.

This is the second episode in a row in which Sam (Scott Bakula) leaps into a non-American.

Deborah Moore (Claudia) is the daughter of Sir Roger Moore.



Episode Quotes
Victor Drake: (toasting) To stab the hearts of mortal men, they spill their blood like rain. And tonight we offer ours to demons without shame.

Sam: (narrating) Leaping in and out of new situations has taught me to be prepared for the unusual. But I suddenly had the feeling that I'd left unusual and landed smack dab in the middle of bizarre.



Other Episode Crew

CreatorDonald P. Bellisario
Executive ProducerDonald P. Bellisario
Main Title ThemeMike Post
 
Warning: Quantum Leap season 5 episode 15 guide may contain spoilers
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