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Ziggy (Character)
from "Quantum Leap" (1989)

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Biography:
Ziggy is the super hybrid computer that runs the Project Quantum Leap... See more »

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TV:
  1. "Quantum Leap"
        - Mirror Image - August 8, 1953 (1993) TV episode, Played by Deborah Pratt
        - Memphis Melody - July 3, 1954 (1993) TV episode, Played by Deborah Pratt
        - Trilogy: Part 1 - August 8, 1955 (1992) TV episode, Played by Deborah Pratt
        - Killin' Time - June 18, 1958 (1992) TV episode, Played by Deborah Pratt
        - The Leap Back - June 15, 1945 (1991) TV episode, Played by Deborah Pratt
          (1 more)

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From "Quantum Leap: The Leap Back - June 15, 1945 (#4.1)" (1991)
Sam: Ziggy?
Ziggy: Yes, Dr. Beckett?
Sam: You've made brilliant theoretical hypotheses with minimal data over the last four years.
Ziggy: That's true.
Sam: I'd like you to do one now.
Ziggy: I don't think so, Doctor.
Dr. Donna Eleese: Why not?
Ziggy: I'm dealing with too many data-limiting factors: the Admiral, this Captain Tom Jarret he's leapt into, a year no one had the foresight to preload into my memory banks. Actually, I was doing quite well absorbing the year until Franklin Delano Roosevelt died. It depressed me. Try me in 11.6 hours.
Sam: What if the Admiral doesn't have 11.6 hours?
Ziggy: I believe your brain is still slightly magnafluxed, Dr. Beckett, or you'd remember I never experience guilt. That's a flaw found only in human computers. Good night, Doctor. Have fun, you two.
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