Sam leaps into a bar with a bartender that's more than he appears. When Sam looks into a mirror, he sees his own reflection. In the future, they realize that Sam has leaped into himself, they search ...
Theorising That One Could Time Travel Within His Own Life Time, Dr Sam Beckett Stepped Into the Quantum Leap Accelerator, and Vanished. He Awoke and Found Himself Trapped in the Past, Facing Mirror Images That Were Not His Own. and Driven by an Unknown Force to Change History for the Better. His Only Guide On This Journey is Al, An.observer from His Own Time, Who Appears in the Form of a Hologram, That Only Sam Can See and Hear. and So Dr Beckett Finds Himself Leaping from Life to Life, Striving to Put Right, What Once Went Wrong, and Hoping Each Time, That His Next Leap, Will Be the Leap Home
The show's theme song was revamped for the final season. However, the original version of the theme song was used for airings of that season's episodes in the syndicated versions. See more »
Al was referred to having orbited the Moon as a NASA Astronaut. NASA's Apollo program, under which the manned Moon launches occurred, took place during the time frame in which Al was established to have been a POW/MIA during the Vietnam War. See more »
[talking about God]
In case you haven't noticed, Al, the Committee isn't running this Project anymore... He is.
See more »
The show has a variety of saga sells (opening narrations) and opening credits. In terms of opening credits and saga sells, there are:
1. the pilot opening (no saga sell; just a sequence shown of flying through clouds)
2. the season one opening (Sam discusses the events of the previous episode)
3. the season two through four opening (the saga opening credits as used in syndicated airings of the show)
4. the season five opening (the same opening credits as seasons two through four, but with a new rendition of the theme song)
5. the final episode opening (the opening credits from season five, but with the original rendition of the theme song)