Awards: Golden Globe Award: Scott Bakula
Leapdate: June 15, 1945 Episode Number: 053 Air Date: September 18, 1991 Writer: Donald P. Bellisario Director: Michael Zinberg Guest Cast: Mimi Kuzyk, Amanda Wyss (Highlander: The Series), Douglas Roberts, Robert Prescott, Candy Ann Brown, Jeanine Jackson, Dennis Wolfberg, Deborah Pratt Awards: Emmy Nomination: Dean StockwellStruck by lightning, Sam and Al find their roles reversed, as Sam returns to the future, and to a long-lost love, while Al leaps back to 1945 to prevent the death of a returning World War II hero and his former girl friend.
Leapdate: August 6, 1961 Episode Number: 054 Air Date: September 25, 1991 Writer: Tommy Thompson Director: Joe Napolitano Guest Cast: Neal McDonough (Murphy Brown), Maree Cheatham, Don Stroud, Courtney Gebhart, Peter Jason, Casey Sander, Royce D. ApplegateA pitcher on a minor league baseball team, Sam must decide if he's there to help a fellow team member, get his host back into the major leagues, or babysit the porcine team mascot, all while resisting the amorous advances of the women in his life.
Leapdate: August 17, 1969 Episode Number: 055 Air Date: October 2, 1991 Writer: Chris Ruppenthal Director: Michael Watkins Guest Cast: Marilyn Jones, Tracy Kolis, James Morrison, Bill Erwin, Barbara Townsend, Richard Grove, Marjorie Lovett Awards: Emmy Nomination: Sound EditingSam meets Camille, and possibly a killer, when he leaps into a deputy sheriff in a small Mississippi town, lying in the path of a deadly hurricane.
Leapdate: May 11, 1965 Episode Number: 056 Air Date: October 9, 1991 Writer: Toni Graphia Director: Rob Bowman Guest Cast: Lisa Waltz, Michael Beach, Fran Bennett, Dirk Blocker, Glenn Morshower, Lee Weaver, Jacob Gelman, Noble WillinghamSam must don the robe of a Ku Klux Klansman in order to save the life of an ambitious young civil rights leader, who is trying to register black voters.
Leapdate: June 2, 1983 Episode Number: 057 Air Date: October 16, 1991 Writer: Beverly Bridges Director: Scott Bakula Guest Cast: Doran Clark, Lela Ivy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt (3rd Rock from the Sun), Harry GroenerSam leaps into Frank Bianca, a hairstylist in leather pants, to prevent the death of a young murder witness and his mother in Scott Bakula's directorial debut.
Leapdate: June 20, 1980 Episode Number: 058 Air Date: October 30, 1991 Writer: Beverly Bridges Director: Michael Zinberg Guest Cast: Penny Peyser, Nancy Lenehan, Arthur Rosenburg, Matthew Sheehan, Amy Ryan, Cheryl PollakIt's up to Sam to try to bring a rapist to justice when he leaps into the perp's victim, a young woman who may have been unwilling to press charges against the young man - the son of the pillar of the community.
Leapdate: January 24, 1961 Episode Number: 059 Air Date: November 6, 1991 Writer: Paul Brown Director: Joe Napolitano Guest Cast: Carolin Goodall (Hook, Schindler's List), Gary Swanson, Albert Stratton, Kim Robillard, Peter Murnik Awards: Genesis Awards (Animal Rights): accepted by Paul BrownThe fates make a monkey out of Sam when he leaps into Bobo, an astrochimp who must avoid succumbing to the experiments of an Air Force neurologist.
Leapdate: February 28, 1979 Episode Number: 060 Air Date: November 13, 1991 Writer: Deborah Pratt Director: Anita Addison Guest Cast: Jocelyn O'Brien, Alan Scarfe, Bill Marcus Awards: Emmy Nominations: Scott Bakula, Michael Watkins, ASC ASC Award Nomination: Michael Watkins, ASCIt's more like a nightmare when Sam leaps into a detective, investigating a gruesome murder. He may be next if he doesn't find out who eviscerated the victim and his only hope is the victim's catatonic son and her husband's psychiatrist. The horrific flashbacks he's experiencing don't help matters much either.
Leapdate: September 7, 1953 Episode Number: 061 Air Date: November 20, 1991 Writer: Teleplay: Richard C. Okie Story: Richard C. Okie & Donald P. Bellisario Director: Virgil W. Vogel Guest Cast: Phyllis Lyons, Patrick Massett, Carl Anthony Payne II, Britt Leach, R. G. Armstrong, Anne Haney, Hal Landon, Jr. Awards: Emmy Nomination: Costume DesignA devastating drought will be the ruin of a small town unless Sam, as Billy Beaumont, "purveyor of precipiation and maker of rain," can find a way to make it rain, while keeping his family together in the process.
Leapdate: November 2, 1956 Episode Number: 062 Air Date: November 27, 1991 Writer: Paris Qualles Director: Michael Watkins Guest Cast: Basil Wallace, J. C. Quinn, Claude Earl Jones, Don Sparks, Robert V. Barron, Jed MillsSam and a fellow convict named Boone are the defiant ones when Sam has to rescue his companion from a fifteen year sentence on a chain gang.
Leapdate: September 9, 1969 Episode Number: 063 Air Date: January 8, 1992 Writer: Beverly Bridges Director: Eric Laneuville Guest Cast: Penny Fuller, Robert Pine, Daniel Roebuck, Anna Gunn, Craig Richard NelsonMay meets December when Sam leaps into a young actor in love with an older woman, who is also an aspiring singer. If he can't boost her confidence and help her get her career on track, she will face a "fate worse than death," returning with her son to Cleveland.
Leapdate: June 11, 1964 Episode Number: 064 Air Date: January 15, 1992 Writer: Robert Harris Duncan Director: Bob Hulme Guest Cast: John Finn, Sean O'Bryan, Anthony Palermo, John Roselius, Lisa LawrenceAs a track star in a Navy college, Sam must prevent the death of his ex- roommate, who was expelled because he was gay, and who is slated to die at the hands of a group of bigoted cadets.
Leapdate: February 1, 1985 Episode Number: 065 Air Date: January 22, 1992 Writer: Paul Brown Director: Christopher Hibler Guest Cast: Tamilyn Tomita (The Joy Luck Club, Highlander: The Series), Kent Williams, James HandyA 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.
Leapdate: November 28, 1957 Episode Number: 066 Air Date: January 29, 1992 Writer: Teleplay: Sam Rolfe & Chris Ruppenthal Story: Sam Rolfe Director: Joe Napolitano Guest Cast: John Anderson, Susan Isaacs, Kenneth Tigar, Sean Baca, O'Neal Compton, Jerry PotterSam finds himself in the life of Tyler Meanes, a teller of tall tales who faces death at the hand of an old friend in a shootout at high noon.
Leapdate: April 7, 1963 Episode Number: 067 Air Date: February 26, 1992 Writer: Deborah Pratt Director: Michael Watkins Guest Cast: Harrison Page, Tamara Townsend, T'Keyah "Crystal" Keymah (In Living Color), Eric LaSalle (ER) Awards: Emmy Nomination: Harrison Page Emmy Nomination: Art Direction "Eddie" award (American Cinema Editors): Jon KoslowskyAs a backup singer in a black, amateur girl group Sam finds between the fifteen year-old lead singer and her father as he attempts to rescue the girl from a sleazy night club owner's clutches.
Leapdate: August 13, 1956 Episode Number: 068 Air Date: March 4, 1992 Writer: Paris Qualles & Donald P. Bellisario Director: Anita Addison Guest Cast: Scott Hoxby, Kimberly Foster, Kurt Deutsch, Carla GuginoFlying over the Bermuda Triangle, Sam, as the co-pilot, must prevent the flight from returning to Virginia, to get a seriously ill passenger to a doctor before she dies. Flying through the triangle is riskier than it seems, and Sam, deprived of Al's help when the hologram fades out, must get them through alive.
Leapdate: January 27, 1982 Episode Number: 069 Air Date: March 11, 1992 Writer: Chris Ruppenthal Director: Scott Bakula Guest Cast: DeLane Matthews (Dave's World), Alan Oppenheimer, Jerry Hardin (The X-Files), Michael Heintzman, Marcus Giamatti, Don GibbSam, as Roberto!, is a tabloid talk show host a la Geraldo who, with an asthmatic rival and co-worker, tries to uncover a mystery at a local chemical plant, a mystery which may prove to be deadly for his co-worker.
Leapdate: May 10, 1958 Episode Number: 070 Air Date: April 1, 1992 Writer: Teleplay: Paul Brown Story: Danielle Alexandra & Paul Brown Director: Paul Brown Guest Cast: Liz Torres (The John Laroquette Show), Jerry Adler, Peter Iacangelo, Robin Frates, Jack R. OrendSam finds himself behind the wheel of a New York taxicab, in the life of Max Greenman, a driver striving to win his own tag, a license to drive his own cab. His mission is aided with the help of a woman who claims to be a guardian angel.
Leapdate: May 4, 1985 Episode Number: 071 Air Date: April 8, 1992 Writer: Tommy Thompson Director: Joe Napolitano Guest Cast: Kathleen Wilhoite, Pruitt Taylor Vince (Highlander: The Series), Frances Bay, Brian George, Matthew AshfordSam is a soap opera heart surgeon and the obsession of a love-struck, if somewhat deranged fan. He must escape from the woman and her husband who kidnap him for reproductive purposes.
Leapdate: March 2, 1957 Episode Number: 072 Air Date: April 22, 1992 Writer: Chris Ruppenthal Director: Joe Napolitano Guest Cast: Lisa Darr, John KapelosIt's almost as though Sam were on vacation when, as Egyptologist Dale Conway, he gets to read hieroglyphics, search lost tombs, and, of course, visit Egypt. But between an encroahing sandstorm, computer glitches back at the project, the suspicious deaths of the guides, and a 3000 year old curse to round things off, Sam has very little time to play in the sand.
Leapdate: April 30, 1959 Episode Number: 073 Air Date: May 13, 1992 Writer: Deborah Pratt Director: Michael Zinberg Guest Cast: Bob Saget (Full House, America's Funniest Home Videos), Amy Yasbeck (Wings), Robert Miranda, Tom LaGrua, Mark LonowSam, as the singing half of a comedy team, soon finds that trying to con- vince two people that they're truly in love is no laughing matter, especially when one of them is the object of a sleazy casino owner's desire.
Leapdate: June 25, 1957 Episode Number: 074 Air Date: May 20, 1992 Writer: Donald P. Bellisario Director: James Whitmore, Jr. Guest Cast: Charles Rocket (Max Headroom, Saturday Night Live), Jeffrey Corbett, Larry Brandenburg, James Walters, Terry Farrell (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Anthony Peck, Roddy McDowall (Planet of the Apes) Awards: Emmy Nomination: Dean StockwellSam leaps into one Al "Bingo" Calavicci to prevent the death of his married lover. But when Sam accidentally alters history, and finds out too late about her untimely demise, it could mean the gas chamber for Al... and a whole new situation at the Project.