Quantum Leap (1989–1993)
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Trilogy: Part 1 - August 8, 1955 

As the sheriff in a Louisiana town, Sam must deal with two strange deaths and a girl named Abagail Fuller.

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Sam leaps into Clayton Fuller, a Sheriff in 1955 Louisiana. Fuller is a widower with a 10 year-old daughter, Abigail, who finds a dead man, Deputy Sheriff Bart Aider, in a swamp. This isn't the first time Abigail has been involved with the Aider family as she was the last person to see their daughter Violet before she disappeared and presumably died two years before. The missing girl's mother, Leta Aider, is unstable and blames Abigail for both deaths. Al tells Sam that unless he can change the future, both Abigail and her father will die when Leta sets their house on fire. Written by garykmcd

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17 November 1992 (USA)  »

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Al is seen by Laura Fuller. This is the eighth episode of the series in which he is seen by someone other than Sam. He was previously seen by Teresa Bruckner in Quantum Leap: Another Mother - September 30, 1981 (1990), Maggie Dawson in Quantum Leap: The Leap Home: Part 2 (Vietnam) - April 7, 1970 (1990), Michael Blake in Quantum Leap: A Little Miracle - December 24, 1962 (1990), Maria in Quantum Leap: Last Dance Before an Execution - May 12, 1971 (1991), Tibby Johnson and two other mental patients in Quantum Leap: Shock Theater - October 3, 1954 (1991), several young children in Quantum Leap: Justice - May 11, 1965 (1991) and Angelita Carmen Guadalupe Cecelia Jimenez in Quantum Leap: It's a Wonderful Leap - May 10, 1958 (1992). See more »

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Dr. Sam Beckett: I never like it when a leap starts out at the bottom and goes downhill from there.
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Featured in Quantum Leap: Trilogy: Part 2 - June 14, 1966 (1992) See more »

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Ain't That a Shame
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Written by Fats Domino and David Bartholomew (1955)
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