Quantum Leap

Season 5 Episode 9

For Your Love; Trilogy, Part 2

Aired Friday 12:00 AM Nov 24, 1992 on NBC

Episode Fan Reviews (3)

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  • Romance in Time

    I have seen a lot of cliffhangers before but this is one of the best darn ones I've ever seen because it's the most emotionally engaging and easy to emphisise with. Part two I thought was a lot better than part one, because Abigail becomes grown up, even more three dimentional and sympatetic than before. Other than the the plot itself it's more or less important but does lead up to something so I would pay attention. The most important and beautiful thing about Trilogy is Sam and Abigail's love dynamic with one another. I thought it was rather sweet how at little moments, and it was mainly the way Abigail looked at the person Sam leaped into, she litterally senses his presence and we see from everything Sam does it makes her see past the facade and love Sam more. And we see whenever Sam talks to her that he is struggling to let himself be seen by her, from all the things he says to her it's all him, his stuttering chracteristic of the person he leaped into is that one facade he's trying to punch though and of course he does and in a way it's finally all him soul if not body. One of my favorate moments is the monaloge,dialogue with both Al and Sam in that institute. We hear Sam's frustration, how the hero role he has to play is making him more and more lonely and that even he's has wants, needs, desires, and limits that all need to be acknoledged. It's kinda a lot of peoples common dillema, depending on what role we play with our lives (doctor, writter, policeman, take your pick) it can divide us on what we really need the most. But due to his occpation which unfortunately has no option to resign, it's just tragically not possible for Sam to stay with Abigail. And he says my favorate quote in this episode, "Even heroes are human" indeed they are.

    In a way it sort of gets at the theme about one of the things that love really is. How everyone of us really do have a soulmate out there, he/she may not be visible to the naked eye but they do exist, their out there somewhere we just have to look not just with our eyes but with our hearts.
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