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    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…

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    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…

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    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…

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    QLP 038 The Great Spontini

    In the thirty-eighth installment of The Quantum Leap Podcast, Albie, Heather, Juan and Gabe from Thinking Outside The Long Box discuss season three, episode eight, The Great Spontini. – Recorded Live in Colorado. There are first impressions, an episode recap, thoughts and opinions,  and a great interview with episode guest star and Magic Consultant, Magician Dan Birch Christopher DeFilippis also brings us another edition of the Quantum Leap Radio Sightings Matt – author of “Quantum Leap: Beyond the Mirror Image” shares his journey writing, and some of his favorite Quantum Leap timeline mistakes and reconciling them. Jessie brings us her second segment in her multi-part series on Acting: “The Magic If”. Hayden McQueenie is back with…

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    QLP Hurricane commentary (season 4, episode 3)

    Hello Leapers! Just to remind everyone, our fearless leaders Albie, Heather, and Serenity recently had to flee their home because of Hurricane Irma, leaving a huge physical, mental and financial strain. So to try to help Albie and Heather get back on their feet, the Quantum Leap Podcast crew has decided to have a fundraiser. The crew has put together a commentary for the Quantum Leap episode “Hurricane” (season 4, episode 3) Please take this as an early thank you for your generosity. As with all our other commentaries, this one is also intended to be listened to as you watch the episode with low volume. Would everybody please make…

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    QLP 037 Black On White On Fire

    In the thirty-seventh installment of The Quantum Leap Podcast, Albie, Heather, and special guest star Deborah Pratt discuss season three, episode seven, Black On White On Fire. There are first impressions, an episode recap, thoughts and opinions, listener feedback, and two great interviews from episode guest stars conducted by Christopher DeFilippis. Our first interview is with Corie Knights who played Susan Brewster. Our second interview is with SaMi Chester who played Bebe. Suzanne Smiley has a touching tribute to Director Joe Napolitano Jessie has her first segment in a multipart series on Acting. If that’s not enough, Hayden McQueenie is back with his latest “Quantum Deep” segment, with his take on marriage equality…

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    QLP 036 Miss Deep South

    In the thirty-sixth installment of The Quantum Leap Podcast, Albie and Heather discuss season three, episode six, Miss Deep South. There are first impressions, an episode recap, thoughts and opinions, listener feedback, and two great interviews from episode guest stars. Our first interview is with David Allen Brooks who played sleazy photographer Clint Beaumont. Our second interview is with Nancy Stafford who played pageant coordinator Peg Myers. Both discuss their time working on the show and their current projects. Also stopping by is episode writer and friend of the podcast Tommy Thompson. Tommy tells us his inspiration for writing Miss Deep South and gives a unique, behind the scenes perspective…

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    QLP Fanfic Winners Announced

    Let us know what you think… Leave us a voicemail by calling (707)847-6682 and send in your thoughts, theories and feedback, send voice memos, MP3s & email to quantumleappodcast@gmail.com. Also join us on Facebook.com/QuantumLeapPodcast and Twitter.com/QuantumLeapPod and as a patron receive bonus and exclusive content by signing up here…  www.patreon.com/QuantumLeapPodcast. You can also help out the show by shopping at Amazon using our affiliate link… https://quantumleappodcast.com/Amazon http://media.blubrry.com/qlp/p/www.barrenspace.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/QLP-Fan-Fic-Winners.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 15:39 — 14.4MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | RSS | More

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    Kristine Kathryn Rusch

    USA Today bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch writes in almost every genre. Generally, she uses her real name (Rusch) for most of her writing. Under that name, she publishes bestselling science fiction and fantasy, award-winning mysteries, acclaimed mainstream fiction, controversial nonfiction, and the occasional romance. Her works include: The Fey series: With a sweeping scope reminiscent of George R.R. Martin’s Westeros and  intricate characters like those in J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth, Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s Fey series takes fantasy in a whole new direction. When the most powerful ruling family in the world attempts to conquer a tiny, seemingly helpless island kingdom, they meet forces they never knew existed. In a fight spread over generations,…