Listeners Submissions I’ve seen our Dulcinea from this episode, Michele Pawk, in the plays Losing Louie in 2006 and A Small Fire in 2011. From Martin Totten John Cullum was in a revival of William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline that I was lucky enough to attend in 2008. From Martin Totten Scott was in Shenandoah at Ford’s Theater in Washington D.C. in 2006. Interesting fact, he played the role of Charlie Anderson in this production, a role that won John Cullum a Tony Award for his portrayal in 1975. From Martin Totten My latest Quantum Leap Encounter comes from the episode covered on this week’s podcast, Another Mother. Prior to her performance as Jackie Arnett on Quantum Leap, Allison Barron made quite a few appearances in 80’s horror films. She appeared in the 1988 cult classic Night of the Demons as Helen, and in two memorable sequences of A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge. Although she has not appeared on screen since 1993 (interestingly enough, the same year that Quantum Leap concluded), she’s been very busy. She currently operates a doggie day care service in NYC, Puppy Pals Play Group. She has also started appearing on the convention circuit, which is where I caught up with her last month at Days Of The Dead in Indianapolis, Indiana. As mentioned in the podcast, I attempted to arrange an interview with Allison for the show. For whatever reason, things didn’t work out. As I learned from Sam’s many leaps on the show, there are some things that just aren’t meant to be. That doesn’t mean I won’t keep trying, or stop sharing my great experiences with Quantum Leap’s guest stars. Oh, and since the connection between Quantum Leap and Doctor Who was discussed on this weeks show, here’s a little bonus pic of me and the two people in question from last month’s Wizard World Comic Con in Philadelphia.