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Blind Faith - February 6, 1964 

As a blind concert pianist, Sam must save his girlfriend from a serial killer despite the interference of her overbearing mother.

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Cast

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Michelle Stevens
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Agnes Stevens
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Peter O'Shannon
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Waitress
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Andrew Ross
Cynthia Mann ...
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Storyline

On the eve of the Beatles first appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964, Sam has more than a few butterflies in his stomach when he leaps into a blind concert pianist, Andrew Ross. His girlfriend, Michelle Stevens is a meek young woman who still lives at home with her domineering mother. Sam learns from Al that unless something is done, Michelle will become the fourth victim of the Central Park Strangler. Sam has a plan to save her, but his immediate concern is just how he is going to perform a scheduled concert at Carnegie Hall. Written by garykmcd

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1 November 1989 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

This episode takes place in New York City from February 6 to February 7, 1964. See more »

Goofs

Sam claims he can't play the piano, but it is later established that he had a piano teacher and played Carnegie Hall himself. Later, he has recovered his swiss-cheesed memory in Quantum Leap: Piano Man - November 10, 1985 and Quantum Leap: Pool Hall Blues - September 4, 1954 he was playing piano with Violet Walters (Shari Headley). See more »

Quotes

Dr. Sam Beckett: [Speaking to Michelle] Sometimes I feel like a scientist in the middle of an experiment that nobody else believes in. But then, you just have to tell yourself that you're the only person you can listen to, that you have to forget about the others.
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Soundtracks

Tutti Frutti
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Written by Dorothy La Bostrie and Little Richard
Performed by Little Richard
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