Sam is thrilled to once again leap into Jimmy LaMotta, a young man with Downs Syndrome he had previously leaped into some two years before. He really likes the LaMotta family but it's clear that Connie and Frank LaMotta's marriage is on the rocks. Connie seems to be rebelling against her role in society and being a housewife; Frank is being wooed by an attractive young woman at work. Al says Sam is there to save their marriage and also Jimmy, who will be institutionalized if they break up. Sam and Al are shocked however when they realize that Connie's body is occupied by Alia, a leaper like Sam. Her purpose however is anything bit benign. Written by
Did You Know?
Sam does NOT say "Oh boy" at the start of this episode. Instead Frank says it. See more
When Sam lets slip that Neil Armstrong steps onto the Moon three years before it actually occurs; Frank shows disbelief as if it had never even been considered when in fact President Kennedy had set out that very goal five years previously in a speech to Congress. See more
Why haven't I leaped. Why am I still here?
Lothos has decided you've got one more thing to do before you go. A little bonus.
What kind of bonus?
Seems you're to kill the good Dr. Beckett.