Sam leaps into the body of Chuck Danner, a piano-playing lounge singer. Al tells Sam he's there to keep Chuck, whose real name is Joey Di Nardo, from being killed. It turns out that he witnessed a mob killing so he's changed his name and has been on the run ever since. Now re-united with his old girlfriend, klutzy Lorraine, he's again on the run from a mob hit man. Lorraine is still in love with Joey but she is convinced that she is a jinx and all of this is her fault. Lorraine's new boyfriend had encouraged her to find Joey and get rid of any ghosts that may still be around but when he hears that there's a hit man after them he comes to get her. Turns out he had his own reasons for wanting Lorraine to find Joey. Written by
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The title is based on the song "Piano Man" which was Billy Joel
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[after the duet
Hell, you two are good! You should get yourself an act.
[after Lorraine exits
Did I say something?
Dr. Sam Beckett
No, no. We, um, we had an act about 3 years ago.
Oh. Well, you ought to put it back together.
Edited from Last Rites
Somewhere in the Night
Written by Scott Bakula
and Velton Ray Bunch
Performed by Scott Bakula
Background vocals by Yvonne Williams, Terri Wood, & Rose Stone
Courtesy of Veltrone Music, BMI See more