In April 1960 Sam leaps into the body of a New York City police detective, Tom McBride, who is traveling with his new bride Diane on the Honeymoon Express, the train from New York to Niagara Falls. He soon realizes that Diane's violent ex-husband is stalking her and that he has every intention of murdering them. Meanwhile, Adm. Al Calavicci finds himself before a very skeptical Senate committee reviewing the project's budget. What they don't realize is that Sam's trip on the train and the Senate investigation are definitely linked.
Did You Know?
Originally, The chairman for the oversight committee for Project Quantum Leap took over Senator Brown's seat upon his death in 1965. He ran against Diane Brown McBride and won the seat. See more
Al tries to emphasize the importance of the project by promising the Senate, Sam will change the outcome of the U2 mission. Even if Sam does so, it would create a new time-line where the U2 event simply never happened, proving nothing. See more
Don't do anything I wouldn't do. And if you do, take pictures.
That's the Way (I Like It)
Written by Harry Wayne Casey
and Richard Finch
Performed by KC & The Sunshine Band See more