Quantum Leap

Season 4 Episode 13

Temptation Eyes

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Aired Friday 12:00 AM Jan 22, 1992 on NBC
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February 1, 1985: A serial killer stalks San Francisco while Sam as Dillion Powell, a TV reporter, protects a beautiful psychic who's working on the case, from becoming the next victim. The young lady is very clear of sight, as Sam and Al soon discover.

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    Dean Stockwell

    Dean Stockwell

    Rear Admiral Albert "Al" Calavicci

    Scott Bakula

    Scott Bakula

    Dr. Samuel "Sam" Beckett

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • The second time Sam goes to Tamlyn's apartment, the reflection in the window when Sam follows her to the mirror is his own.

      • The first time Al appears, one of his lines is visibly muted out, as you can see his lips still moving, but there's no sound (not even "background noise").

      • When Sam is lying in bed, you can see the smoke from Al's cigar a couple seconds before you hear the sound of the portal opening.

    • QUOTES (2)

    • NOTES (2)

      • This is one of the several episodes from the series that proves, to the characters, the factuality of urban legends and supernatural phenomena. Other episodes include:
        "A Portrait for Troian" (ghosts) from Season Two, as well as
        "Ghost Ship" (The Bermuda Triangle),
        "It's a Wonderful Leap" (angels) and
        "The Curse of Ptah-hotep" (mummies) from Season Four, and
        "Star Light, Star Bright" (UFO's),
        "Blood Moon" (vampires) and
        "The Beast Within" ("Bigfoot") from Season Five.

      • Many rainbow flags (symbols of gay liberation) can be seen in the camera as Sam and the psychic move through San Francisco. We also never know what becomes of the attractive psychic. Is she a part of the Quantum Leap project in the future?

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