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Maybe Baby - March 11, 1963 

Sam is involved with the kidnapping of a baby while crossing Texas with his stripper accomplice.

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Jimmie Ray Weeks ...
Sheriff Barnes
Travis McKenna ...
Deputy Sheriff Sutton
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Maria
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Reed Dalton / Reed Cole
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Officer Montero (as Garrett Pearson)
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Margaret Cole
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Farmer
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Big Bob
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Leon
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Madeline
Jay Boryea ...
Buster
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Storyline

Sam leaps into the body of Buster who is in the process of kidnapping a baby along with a stripper whose stage name is Bunny O'Hare and whose story is constantly changing. Initially, he thinks they might be the parents but Bunny tells him she is trying to get the baby, Christie, back to its real mother. Turns out she had good reason to take the baby away from her father Written by garykmcd

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4 April 1990 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Thelma Lou Dickey was born in 1933. See more »

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When the police are asking the store owner to describe Sam he mentions that Sam had a couple day's growth of mustache and beard. The only trouble is that the store owner should have seen the man Sam leaped into, and earlier in the episode we see that that Sam's outward appearance is a man with a full grown mustache and beard. See more »

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[after Bunny's talent show act ends, Al pops in behind the bar]
Al: Uh, why is everyone applauding?
[Sam chuckles]
Al: Did I miss something?
Dr. Sam Beckett: Bunny just stripped for gas money.
Al: So, she stripped. What do you mean- she *stripped*? She stripped and I missed it? Sam, I'm supposed to be the observer on this project. I should've been here to observe it.
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Dancing in the Street
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Written by Marvin Gaye, William Stevenson, and Ivy Jo Hunter
Performed by Martha & The Vandellas (1964)
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