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For two and a half seasons, I have loved "Quantum Leap." The way that the show can constantly keep bringing in new characters and situations, and almost every time make it seem as if it was impossible for Sam to complete the task given to him by Ziggy. I think that this episode begins the start of what made the rest of the season so interesting. "Quantum Leap" was famous for a number of things, but up to this point twists were not one of them. They have always brought controversial content on the show, but this is the first time the ending ends up not being so happy when (spoiler) his brother dies. This is brought back up in "Last Dance Before An Execution," and, to a point, the Season finale. Also, I'm very happy this was the last episode the creators of "Quantum Leap" used that bad stock footage. It was only used in two episodes, this and "Miss Deep South," but both of the episodes had stock footage so bad it was laughable.
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