List of Quantum Leap episodes

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This is a list of Quantum Leap episodes in the order in which they were broadcast. Quantum Leap is an American television series that first aired on NBC from March 1989 to May 1993. The series was created by Donald P. Bellisario, and stars Scott Bakula as Dr. Sam Beckett.

Series overview[edit]

Season Episodes Originally aired DVD release date
Season premiere Season finale Region 1 Region 2 Region 4
1 9 March 26, 1989 (1989-03-26) May 17, 1989 (1989-05-17) June 8, 2004 (2004-06-08)[1] November 8, 2004 (2004-11-08)[2] May 2, 2005 (2005-05-02)
2 22 September 20, 1989 (1989-09-20) May 9, 1990 (1990-05-09) December 14, 2004 (2004-12-14)[3] October 31, 2005 (2005-10-31)[4] February 7, 2006 (2006-02-07)
3 22 September 28, 1990 (1990-09-28) May 22, 1991 (1991-05-22) May 10, 2005 (2005-05-10)[5] May 10, 2005 (2005-05-10)[6] June 7, 2006 (2006-06-07)
4 22 September 18, 1991 (1991-09-18) May 20, 1992 (1992-05-20) March 28, 2006 (2006-03-28)[7] June 26, 2006 (2006-06-26)[8] November 2006 (2006-11)
5 21 September 22, 1992 (1992-09-22) May 5, 1993 (1993-05-05) November 14, 2006 (2006-11-14)[9] December 26, 2006 (2006-12-26)[10] February 21, 2007 (2007-02-21)

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (1989)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Leap date Location Original air date Production
code
1 1 "Genesis (Part 1)" David Hemmings Donald P. Bellisario September 13, 1956 Edwards Air Force Base
in Blockfield, California
March 26, 1989 (1989-03-26)
2 2 "Genesis (Part 2)" David Hemmings Donald P. Bellisario September 13, 1956
Summer, 1968
Edwards Air Force Base
in Blockfield, California
/ Waco, Texas
March 26, 1989 (1989-03-26)
3 3 "Star-Crossed" Mark Sobel Deborah Pratt June 15, 1972 Lawrence College (fictional)
in Marion, Ohio
March 31, 1989 (1989-03-31) 65003
4 4 "The Right Hand of God" Gilbert Shilton John Hill October 24, 1974 Sacramento, California April 7, 1989 (1989-04-07) 65002
5 5 "How the Tess Was Won" Ivan Dixon Deborah Arakelian August 5, 1956 Riata Ranch in Texas April 14, 1989 (1989-04-14) 65004
6 6 "Double Identity" Aaron Lipstadt Donald Bellisario November 8, 1965 Brooklyn, New York April 21, 1989 (1989-04-21) 65001
7 7 "The Color of Truth" Michael Vejar Donald Bellisario &
Deborah Pratt
August 8, 1955 Red Dog, Alabama May 3, 1989 (1989-05-03) 65013
8 8 "Camikazi Kid" Alan J. Levi Paul Brown June 6, 1961 Los Angeles, California May 10, 1989 (1989-05-10) 65014
9 9 "Play It Again, Seymour" Aaron Lipstadt Story by: Donald Bellisario,
Scott Shepard & Tom Blomquist
Teleplay by: Donald Bellisario & Scott Shepard
April 14, 1953 New York City May 17, 1989 (1989-05-17) 65009

Season 2 (1989–1990)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Leap date Location Original air date
10 1 "Honeymoon Express" Aaron Lipstadt Donald P. Bellisario May 26, 1957
April 27, 1960
Ohio
New York City
September 20, 1989
11 2 "Disco Inferno" Gilbert M. Shilton Paul Brown April 1, 1976 Burbank, California September 27, 1989
12 3 "The Americanization of Machiko" Gilbert M. Shilton Charlie Coffey August 4, 1953 Oak Creek, Ohio October 11, 1989
13 4 "What Price Gloria?" Alan J. Levi Deborah Pratt October 16, 1961 Detroit, Michigan October 25, 1989
14 5 "Blind Faith" David G. Phinney Scott Shepard February 6, 1964 New York City November 1, 1989
15 6 "Good Morning, Peoria" Michael Zinberg Chris Ruppenthal September 9, 1959 Peoria, Illinois November 8, 1989
16 7 "Thou Shalt Not..." Randy Roberts Tammy Ader February 2, 1974 Los Angeles, California November 15, 1989
17 8 "Jimmy" James Whitmore, Jr. Paul M. Belous & Robert Wolterstorff October 14, 1964 Oakland, California November 22, 1989
18 9 "So Help Me God" Andy Cadiff Deborah Pratt July 29, 1957 Twelve Oaks, Louisiana November 29, 1989
19 10 "Catch A Falling Star" Donald Bellisario Paul Brown May 21, 1979 Syracuse, New York December 6, 1989
20 11 "A Portrait for Troian" Michael Zinberg Story by: John Hill & Scott Shepard
Teleplay by: Donald Bellisario & Scott Shepard
February 7, 1971 Near Los Angeles,
California
December 13, 1989
21 12 "Animal Frat" Gilbert M. Shilton Chris Ruppenthal October 19, 1967 Meeks College in
California
January 3, 1990
22 13 "Another Mother" Joseph L. Scanlan Deborah Pratt September 30, 1981 Scottsdale, Arizona January 10, 1990
23 14 "All Americans" John Cullum Paul Brown and Donald P. Bellisario November 6, 1962 El Camino High School
in Woodland Hills, California
January 17, 1990
24 15 "Her Charm" Christopher T. Welch Story by: Donald Bellisario, Deborah Pratt,
Paul M. Belous & Robert Wolterstorff
Teleplay by: Donald Bellisario & Deborah Pratt
September 26, 1973 Boston, Massachusetts February 7, 1990
25 16 "Freedom" Alan J. Levi Chris Ruppenthal November 22, 1970 Nevada February 14, 1990
26 17 "Good Night, Dear Heart" Christopher T. Welch Paul Brown November 9, 1957 Riven Rock, Massachusetts March 7, 1990
27 18 "Pool Hall Blues" Joe Napolitano Randy Holland September 4, 1954 Chicago, Illinois March 14, 1990
28 19 "Leaping in Without a Net" Christopher T. Welch Tommy Thompson November 18, 1958 Near Denver, Colorado March 28, 1990
29 20 "Maybe Baby" Michael Zinberg Julie Brown & Paul Brown March 11, 1963 Texas April 4, 1990
30 21 "Sea Bride" Joe Napolitano Deborah Pratt June 3, 1954 On the RMS Queen Mary
in the Upper New York Bay
May 2, 1990
31 22 "M.I.A." Micheael Zinberg Donald Bellisario April 1, 1969 San Diego, California May 9, 1990

Season 3 (1990–1991)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Leap date Location Original air date
32 1 "The Leap Home (Part 1)" Joe Napolitano Donald P. Bellisario November 25, 1969 Elk Ridge, Indiana September 28, 1990
33 2 "The Leap Home (Part 2) – Vietnam" Michael Zinberg Donald Bellisario April 7, 1970 Vietnam October 5, 1990
34 3 "Leap of Faith" James Whitmore, Jr. Story by: Nick Harding,
Karen Hall and
Tommy Thompson
Teleplay by: Tommy Thompson
August 19, 1963 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania October 12, 1990
35 4 "One Strobe over the Line" Michael Zinberg Chris Ruppenthal June 15, 1965 New York City October 19, 1990
36 5 "The Boogieman" Joe Napolitano Chris Ruppenthal October 31, 1964 Coventry, Maine October 26, 1990
37 6 "Miss Deep South" Christopher T. Welch Tommy Thompson June 7, 1958 Louisiana November 2, 1990
38 7 "Black on White on Fire" Joe Napolitano Deborah Pratt August 11, 1965 Watts, Los Angeles November 9, 1990
39 8 "The Great Spontini" James Whitmore, Jr. Cristy Dawson & Beverly Bridges May 9, 1974 Oakland, California November 16, 1990
40 9 "Rebel Without a Clue" James Whitmore, Jr. Story by: Nick Harding
& Paul Brown
Teleplay by: Randy Holland
& Paul Brown
September 1, 1958 near Big Sur,
California
November 30, 1990
41 10 "A Little Miracle" Michael Watkins Story by: Sandy Fries
Teleplay by: Sandy Fries and
Robert A. Wolterstorff
December 24, 1962 New York City December 21, 1990
42 11 "Runaway" Michael Katleman Paul Brown July 4, 1964 Carbon County, Wyoming,
heading south
January 4, 1991
43 12 "8½ Months" James Whitmore, Jr. Deborah Pratt November 15, 1955 Claremore, Oklahoma March 6, 1991
44 13 "Future Boy" Michael Switzer Tommy Thompson October 6, 1957 St. Louis, Missouri March 13, 1991
45 14 "Private Dancer" Debbie Allen Paul Brown October 6, 1979 New York City March 20, 1991
46 15 "Piano Man" James Whitmore, Jr. Ed Scharlach November 10, 1985 Tularosa, New Mexico March 27, 1991
47 16 "Southern Comforts" Chris Ruppenthal Tommy Thompson August 4, 1961 New Orleans, Louisiana April 3, 1991
48 17 "Glitter Rock" Andy Cadiff Chris Ruppenthal April 12, 1974 Detroit, Michigan April 10, 1991
49 18 "A Hunting We Will Go" Andy Cadiff Beverly Bridges June 18, 1976 Arkansas April 18, 1991
50 19 "Last Dance Before An Execution" Michael Watkins Story by: Bill Bigelow,
Donald Bellisario
& Deborah Pratt
Teleplay by: Deborah Pratt
May 12, 1971 Tallahassee, Florida May 1, 1991
51 20 "Heart of a Champion" Joe Napolitano Tommy Thompson July 23, 1955 Atlanta, Georgia May 8, 1991
52 21 "Nuclear Family" James Whitmore, Jr. Paul Brown October 26, 1962 Homestead, Florida May 15, 1991
53 22 "Shock Theater" Joe Napolitano Deborah Pratt October 3, 1954 Havenwell, Pennsylvania May 22, 1991

Season 4 (1991–1992)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Leap date Location Original air date
54 1 "The Leap Back" Michael Zinberg Donald P. Bellisario June 15, 1945 Crown Point, Indiana September 18, 1991
55 2 "Play Ball" Joe Napolitano Tommy Thompson August 6, 1961 Galveston, Texas September 25, 1991
56 3 "Hurricane" Michael Watkins Chris Ruppenthal August 17, 1969 Jackson Point, Mississippi October 2, 1991
57 4 "Justice" Rob Bowman Toni Graphia May 11, 1965 Alabama October 9, 1991
58 5 "Permanent Wave" Scott Bakula Beverly Bridges June 2, 1983 Beverly Hills, California October 16, 1991
59 6 "Raped" Michael Zinberg Beverly Bridges June 20, 1980 Mill Valley, California October 30, 1991
60 7 "The Wrong Stuff" Joe Napolitano Paul Brown January 24, 1961 Cape Canaveral, Florida November 6, 1991
61 8 "Dreams" Anita W. Addison Deborah Pratt February 28, 1979 Malibu, California November 13, 1991
62 9 "A Single Drop of Rain" Virgil W. Vogel Story by: Donald Bellisario,
Ralph Meyering, Jr.
& Richard C. Okie
Teleplay by: Richard C. Okie
September 7, 1953 Clover Bend, Texas November 20, 1991
63 10 "Unchained" Michael Watkins Paris Qualles November 2, 1956 Talawaga County, Alabama November 27, 1991
64 11 "The Play's the Thing" Eric Laneuville Beverly Bridges September 9, 1969 New York City January 8, 1992
65 12 "Running For Honor" Bob Hulme Bobby Duncan June 11, 1964 Prescott College near
Lakeside, Michigan
January 15, 1992
66 13 "Temptation Eyes" Christopher Hibler Paul Brown February 1, 1985 San Francisco, California January 22, 1992
67 14 "The Last Gunfighter" Joe Napolitano Story by: Sam Rolfe
Teleplay by: Sam Rolfe & Chris Ruppenthal
November 28, 1957 Coffin, Arizona January 29, 1992
68 15 "A Song for the Soul" Michael Watkins Deborah Pratt April 7, 1963 Chicago, Illinois February 26, 1992
69 16 "Ghost Ship" Anita W. Addison Donald Bellisario & Paris Qualles August 13, 1956 Flying in and out
of the Bermuda Triangle
March 4, 1992
70 17 "Roberto!" Scott Bakula Chris Ruppenthal January 27, 1982 Destiny, New Mexico March 11, 1992
71 18 "It's A Wonderful Leap" Paul Brown Story by: Danielle Alexandra & Paul Brown
Teleplay by: Paul Brown
May 10, 1958 New York City April 1, 1992
72 19 "Moments to Live" Joe Napolitano Tommy Thompson May 4, 1985 Los Angeles, California April 8, 1992
73 20 "The Curse of Ptah-Hotep" Joe Napolitano Chris Ruppenthal March 2, 1957 The tomb of Pharaoh Ptah
Hotep II in Saqqara, Egypt
April 22, 1992
74 21 "Stand Up" Michael Zinberg Bill Richmond
and Deborah Pratt
April 30, 1959 Cocono's in
Glendale, Arizona
May 13, 1992
75 22 "A Leap for Lisa" James Whitmore, Jr. Donald Belllisario June 25, 1957 San Diego Naval Air Station,
California
May 20, 1992

Season 5 (1992–1993)[edit]

No. in
series
No. in
season
Title Directed by Written by Leap date Location Original air date
76 1 "Lee Harvey Oswald" James Whitmore, Jr. Donald P. Bellisario March 21, 1963
October 5–6, 1957
January 6, 1959
October 21, 1959
April 10, 1963
October 21, 1963
November 21–22, 1963
Dallas
Atsugi
Tustin
Lubyanka in Moscow
New Orleans
September 22, 1992
77 2 "Leaping of the Shrew" Alan J. Levi Robin Jill Bernheim
& Richard C. Okie
September 27, 1956 Somewhere in the
Aegean Sea
September 29, 1992
78 3 "Nowhere to Run" Alan J. Levi Tommy Thompson August 10, 1968 San Diego, California October 6, 1992
79 4 "Killin' Time" Michael Watkins Tommy Thompson June 18, 1958 Pine County, Oklahoma October 20, 1992
80 5 "Star Light, Star Bright" Christopher Hibler Richard C. Okie May 21, 1966 Charlemont, Massachusetts October 27, 1992
81 6 "Deliver Us From Evil" Bob Hulme Deborah Pratt,
Robin Jill Bernheim
& Tommy Thompson
March 19, 1966 Oakland, California November 10, 1992
82 7 "Trilogy (Part 1) – One Little Heart" James Whitmore, Jr. Deborah Pratt August 8, 1955 Potterville, Louisiana November 17, 1992
83 8 "Trilogy (Part 2) – For Your Love" James Whitmore, Jr. Deborah Pratt June 14, 1966 Potterville, Louisiana November 24, 1992
84 9 "Trilogy (Part 3) – The Last Door" James Whitmore, Jr. Deborah Pratt July 28, 1978 Baton Rouge, Louisiana November 24, 1992
85 10 "Promised Land" Scott Bakula Gillian Horvath & Tommy Thompson December 22, 1971 Elk Ridge, Indiana December 15, 1992
86 11 "A Tale of Two Sweeties" Christopher Hibler Robin Jill Bernheim February 25, 1958 Pompano Beach Airpark,
Florida
January 5, 1993
87 12 "Liberation" Bob Hulme Chris Abbott &
Deborah Pratt
October 16, 1968 Connecticut January 12, 1993
88 13 "Dr. Ruth" Stuart Margolin Robin Jill Bernheim April 25, 1985 Manhattan, New York January 19, 1993
89 14 "Blood Moon" Alan J. Levi Tommy Thompson March 10, 1975 Outside of
London, England
February 9, 1993
90 15 "Return of the Evil Leaper" Harvey Laidman Richard C. Okie October 8, 1956 North Falls, New York February 23, 1993
91 16 "Revenge of the Evil Leaper" Debbie Allen Deborah Pratt September 16, 1987 Mallard, Ohio February 23, 1993
92 17 "Goodbye Norma Jean" Christopher Hibler Richard C. Okie April 4, 1960 Hollywood, California March 2, 1993
93 18 "The Beast Within" Gus Trikonis John D'Aquino November 6, 1972 Washington March 16, 1993
94 19 "The Leap Between The States" David Hemmings Richard C. Okie September 20, 1862 Mansfield County, Virginia March 30, 1993
95 20 "Memphis Melody" James Whitmore, Jr. Robin Jill Bernheim July 3, 1954 Memphis, Tennessee April 20, 1993
96 21 "Mirror Image" James Whitmore, Jr. Donald Bellisario August 8, 1953
April 3, 1969
Cokeburg, Pennsylvania
San Diego, California
May 5, 1993

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