Quantum Leap: Season 3, Episode 5

The Boogieman - October 31, 1964 (26 Oct. 1990)

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Everything goes wrong when Sam leaps into a Gothic horror novelist on Halloween.

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Mary Greely
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Sheriff Ben Masters
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Dorothy Jaeger
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Stevie King
Donald Hotton ...
Tully Maltin
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Sam leaps into the body of a second-rate horror writer, Joshua Ray just before Halloween 1964. Ziggy confirms that Sam is there because of Ray's fiancée Mary Neely. A series of bizarre events lead to the death of a handyman and then an elderly neighbor and Al is convinced that she is responsible somehow. The local Sheriff suspects Ray and Sam is sure that the Sheriff is the guilty party. Sam constantly sees a goat at the site of the deaths and soon realizes that he is combating and evil force, perhaps the Devil himself. Written by garykmcd

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During scenes in Joshua's office, one of the show's Emmy statues can be seen in the background. See more »

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Only the movie version of 'Carrie' has a character impaled by flying knives. In the novel version, Carrie killed her mother by stopping her heart. See more »

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Stevie King: One of these days I'm gonna write the scariest book in the whole wide world, except that nobody will probably buy it.
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References Cujo (1983) See more »

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Best QL ever.
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Great job Chris and Joe for writing and directing my favorite episode of Quantum Leap. I just saw it for the millionth time last night. I've watched it every October since it aired. First on a VHS recording, then a DVD, now streaming on netflix. I still love it. Unfortunately, I know what they're going to say before they say it every time I watch it now. One of my few remaining rituals every year. I work in TV now, and don't have time to watch TV much anymore. There's so many little things in this episode. It must have been a labor of love.

Worth seeing for sure, if you haven't.

Ethan


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