• QLP 045 Piano Man

    Take off with us somewhere in the night, as we cut loose to Piano Man! On this episode of The Quantum Leap Podcast, hosts Allison Pregler, Matt Dale and Christopher DeFilippis kick off their Sunday shoes to discuss Sam’s season three Leap as a lounge lizard on the run from the mob. We also have an amazing interview with Velton Ray Bunch. Velton was the series composer for Quantum Leap and was instrumental in crafting the song “Somewhere in the Night” which was the centerpiece of this episode. Allison and Chris spoke to Velton about the genesis of the fan favorite tune, and the unique challenges it posed to making…

  • QLP 044 Private Dancer Part 2

    You guys give up, or are you thirsty for more? We magic jump back into Private Dancer one more time in this Part 2. On this episode of the Quantum Leap Podcast, hosts Hayden McQueenie, Natasha Zoë Dean, and Lesley Wentzell Dive deeper into this season three episode, where Sam helps a deaf dancer take her shot at fame! Chris has an awesome interview with Laura Harrington who played Connie LaMotta in the episodes Jimmy and Deliver Us from Evil. This completes the Jimmy trifecta along with John D’Aquino and Brad Silverman. Quantum Deep goes so deep, you will need a diving bell. There is also a full preview of The Dean’s List podcast with Zoë and Lesley. It’s a podcast…

  • QLP 044 Private Dancer

    Squeeze into your Speedos and don your Zorro mask! It’s time to take that magic jump into Private Dancer! On this episode of the Quantum Leap Podcast, hosts Allison Pregler, Christopher DeFilippis and Matt Dale cut a rug to this season three episode, where Sam helps a deaf dancer take her shot at fame! And speaking of fame, We also have an interview with Fame star, renowned choreographer and episode director Debbie Allen! Debbie spoke with Albie about her decades-long dancing and acting career — both in front of and behind the camera. We also have a unique insight into how deaf culture was portrayed in this episode — as…

  • QLP 043 Future Boy

    Grab your pyramid hats, time cadets! It’s time for another thrilling adventure with Captain Galaxy and Future Boy! Holy smokin’ retro rockets! It’s a Future Boy extravaganza as special guest and episode writer Tommy Thompson joins Quantum Leap Podcast hosts Allison Pregler, Christopher DeFilippis and Matt Dale on a journey back through time — to relate some amazing behind-the-scenes anecdotes about the making of this season three classic. But there’s more! The Quantum Leap Podcast is especially proud to present an interview with Captain Galaxy himself, Richard Herd! Chris spoke to Richard about his roles on two iconic episodes of Quantum Leap and his distinguished acting career. There’s also a…

  • QLP 042 8 1/2 Months

    Break out the Jell-O and onions Leapers! It’s the episode you’ve been expecting, 8-1/2 Months! Join guest hosts Allison, Matt, and Chris as they discuss Sam’s mind-bending Leap into pregnant teen Billie Jean Crockett. Sam must fight social stigma and morning sickness in equal measure as he struggles to find some way for the girl keep her baby. We also bring you an interview with Ann Walker, who played Leola in the episode. Ann spoke with Albie about her time on Quantum Leap and her decades-long acting career. Then stay tuned for trivia, feedback, radio sightings, a new edition of Quantum Deep and more! Let us know what you think!…

  • QLP 041 Runaway

    Join us as we buckle in for a family road trip — Quantum Leap style — with Season 3 Episode 11, Runaway. Guest hosts Allison Pregler, Matt Dale and Christopher DeFilippis journey cross country with Sam as he Leaps into 13-year-old Butchie Rickett. Not only does Sam have to deal with a host of adolescent indignities — including a mean big sister and posing with Buffalo Chimps — but he also has to find a way to keep Butchie’s mother Emma from abandoning her family. We also bring you an interview with actor Tom McTigue. Tom played Blake’s sycophantic yes-man Calloway in the Christmas episode A Little Miracle. He spoke…

  • Mirror Image Lost Ending Special

    [WARNING: This podcast contains spoilers for the Quantum Leap series finale Mirror Image] We interrupt your regularly scheduled podcast to bring you breaking news! Quantum Leap Podcast staffer Allison Pregler has made the uncovery of the century — finding photographic proof that an alternate ending to series finale Mirror Image was likely filmed. Allison joins co-host Christopher DeFilippis and Quantum Leap expert Matt Dale to discuss the photos, which feature Dean Stockwell as Al and Susan Diol reprising her role as Beth in a scene contained in original production scripts for Mirror Image — previously thought unfilmed. But you don’t have to take our word for it. We also have…

  • QLP 040 A Little Miracle 3

    It’s a winter wonderland of fun in the 40th installment of The Quantum Leap Podcast! Join us as we have some eggnog and enjoy season three, episode nine, A Little Miracle , again, and again, and then again for the first time! You will be visited by three Christmas apparitions, as hosts Albie, Heather, Zoë, Hayden, Christopher and Suzanne crash this Dickensesque Scroogefest Inception-style, with a podcast in a podcast in a podcast. Then stick around for an interview with Jarrett Lennon the actor who played Tiny Boy. Jarrett talks with Christopher about his acting career, and what it was like to work on Quantum Leap at such a young age. And be sure…

  • QLP 039 Rebel Without A Clue

    It’s ahead full-throttle in the thirty-ninth installment of The Quantum Leap Podcast, as we rev up for season three, episode eight, Rebel Without A Clue. Join hosts Albie and Heather as they discuss Sam’s Leap into biker-gang clown Shane “Funny Bone” Thomas, where he must rescue an idealistic young woman named Becky from being murdered by abusive gang leader Dillon. Desperate to save her, Sam enlists the help of iconic Beat Generation poet Jack Kerouac. Then stick around for an interview with the actor who played Kerouac, Michael Bryan French. Michael talks with Albie about his long acting career, and what it was like to work on the show. There’s…