QUANTUM LEAP REVIEWED
“Quantum Leap” returns with its first full season. Season 2 was when America started to take notice of the Bakula and the body jumps started to get way more ambitious. The first episode I ever watched was when Sam leapt into the body of a single mom whose punk kid runs away from home while trying to go see “Raiders of the Lost Ark”. The rest of the show is more about fleshing out Al and then the world that Sam left. We learn the limitations of what Ziggy can do in transporting Sam back in time. “Assassin’s Creed” would later the fix the issue of kids being able to see through the bodyswap issue. For this to work, I’m telling the audience that Quantum Leap and Assassin’s Creed takes place in the same universe. Doesn’t that make sense? It makes sense to me.
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 6/7/16
- Video - 85%85%
- Audio - 86%86%
- Supplemental Material - 0%0%
The Plot Thus Far
Leap into the thrilling second season of the extraordinary, Emmy Award® winning time-travel series, QUANTUM LEAP. Reunite with Dr. Sam Beckett (Scott Bakula), a scientist who never knows whose body he is going to “leap” into next or when, where and at what moment in time he may find himself. Who will he be next? An undercover cop. A blind pianist. A harassed secretary. It’s up to Sam to change the history of each person for the better, and hopefully complete the mission with the help of his wise-cracking, womanizing holographic guide, Al (Dean Stockwell), that will someday take him home.
Enjoy all 22 groundbreaking episodes full of time-stopping guest stars and heart-pounding adventure for the ultimate date with destiny.