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Quantum Leap - The Complete Fifth Season

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He's leaped into lives of the past, but nothing can prepare time traveler Dr. Sam Beckett (Emmy nominee Scott Bakula) and his wise cracking holographic guide, Al (Emmy nominee Dean Stockwell), for he high-stakes, groundbreaking adventures that await them in all 21 episodes of the fifth and final season of Quantum Leap! From a presidential assassin to his own great-grandfather to the King of Rock 'n' Roll, it's up to Sam to change history for the better and get one step closer to his final mission. Complete your Quantum collection with this extraordinary Emmy-winning season that includes such time-stopping guest stars as Brooke Shields, Jennifer Aniston, Neil Patrick Harris and many more. Available on DVD for the first time ever, it also includes images of the actual blueprints from the original sets! He's been on the adventures of many lifetimes - is it Sam's time to finally make it home?

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Disc 3:
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  • Product Details

    • Actors: Scott Bakula, Dean Stockwell
    • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
    • Subtitles: English
    • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
    • Number of discs: 3
    • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
    • Studio: Universal Studios
    • DVD Release Date: November 14, 2006
    • Run Time: 2056 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B000HT3Q2I
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,176 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
    • Learn more about "Quantum Leap - The Complete Fifth Season" on IMDb

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    Format: DVD
    Almost every TV show overstays its welcome and jumps the shark. "Quantum Leap" didn't and that's a rarity. The final season looks very good in its presentation on DVD and, while I haven't ploughed through every episode yet it appears that the music hasn't been replaced in the ones I've watched. There's also no notification about the music being replaced (as on the third and fourth season the second doesn't count because Universal hoodwinked everyone on that one). We also get an actual extra in this set--the blue prints for two sets in the show. You can actually zoom in on separate sections to view them.

    This episode features a number of classic ones including the one where Sam encounters the "Evil Leaper" in a terrific two part episode. Also, Sam becomes "the King" (Elvis) just before he breaks through to the big time and in the most fascinating of the episodes written by Donald Bellasario Sam becomes Lee Harvey Oswald (played by character actor Willie Garson best known for "Sex and the City"). Sam and Al struggle to find out why he's leaping in and out of Oswald throughout the time leading up to the assassination of Kennedy. Here's where a great extra could have been included by Universal as Bellasario actually knew Oswald and served in the military with him (an actor plays Bellasario recreating their first meeting).

    Now for a bit of bad news--we get the series once again on dual sided discs. Unlike some previous sets from Universal I haven't had a problem with these so far so maybe they've finally figured out how to make the darn things properly. Luckily these aren't packaged facing each other (like many of the Fox dual sided discs) but in individual slimline cases.
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    Episode synopsis:

    Lee Harvey Oswald (Parts 1 and 2)

    Leaping of The Shrew

    Nowhere to Run

    Killin' Time

    Star Light, Star Bright

    Deliver Us From Evil

    Trilogy (Parts 1, 2 and 3)

    Promised Land

    A Tale Of Two Sweeties

    Liberation

    Dr. Ruth

    Blood Moon

    Return

    Revenge

    Goodbye Norma Jean

    The Beast Within

    The Leap Between The States

    Memphis Melody

    Mirror Image

    All episodes are good, but the best ones have to be:

    Nowhere to run,

    Trilogy (Parts 1, 2 and 3),

    Deliver us from Evil, Return, Revenge (Evil leaper eps)

    Mirror image (A pretty good, but all too abrupt end to the show)
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    This is the one I've been looking forward to the most! Although it has many episodes that have been panned for being laden with celebrity leaps (Elvis, Marilyn Monroe, JFK, etc.) and for having the silly Evil Leaper episodes (which I LOVED, by the way) overall, it is a fantastic season. The Trilogy eps are by FAR the highlight of the season. Also a neat thing about this season: we get to see more of the inner workings of Project Quantum Leap in "Killin' Time" and "Lee Harvey Oswald". The stories spend a lot of time at the physical Project Quantum Leap underground building in New Mexico in the "future" with Al and the person Sam has leapt into for reasons I won't go into so I don't spoil anything for anyone who hasn't seen them yet. It's really fun getting to see what the room where the Leap-ees stay in looks like as well as other parts of the Project!

    I highly recommend this season above any others, except for maybe the very short first season.

    With that said, I of course have not watched any of them on the DVD because as of right now, it has not been released yet, so I can't review the DVD versions of the eps. On DVD releases of previous seasons, Universal has made several glaring changes to many very important episodes in the way of music/soundtrack songs which was VERY disappointing for HUGE long time QL fans like myself. I've heard that there will be no changes to the Elvis music since it is such an integral aspect of that particular episode. I really Really hope that there will be SOMETHING in the way of extras, which have been sorely lacking on previous seasons.

    And just FYI: that Scott Bakula rumor about him returning to the small screen for a new QL series is just that -- a RUMOR.
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    Ladies and Gentlemen, take my advice... go to amazon.co.uk and order the British releases of these DVDs, if you have a player that will support them. They use the ORIGINAL music, not the stuff on the DVDs released in the U.S. Also, if you do the conversion, they cost the same if not less even with shipping. Please also do not order the British complete package, as you cannot play the final episode, according to several posters. Get each season separately. It adds up to about the same. I live in VA and it was only 12 GBP to ship all five seasons. Well worth it, if you want the series the way it was intended. My two cents...
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    Quantum Leap is by far one of the best TV series of the 80's and early 90's, and in my humble opinion, one of the better shows in the past 30 years. It managed, without gratuitous sex, nudity, or cursing to present a wonderful show that the whole family could watch, and tackled many issues head-on (racism, sexism, the Vietnam War, etc.) And the whole theme of the show--someone putting right what once went wrong--was perfect, and was very inspirational. In this 5th and final season, you get to see some of the best episodes of the series, and some of the most memorable. I have seen the comments by others on the final episode, and how it ended things abruptly, but I beg to differ. I thought it was a perfect wrap-up to a series that (thankfully) didn't try to overstay its welcome. Many other series have tried to push their lifespans to the point where they're not fresh anymore--but not Quantum Leap. Other series never get the chance to wrap up before they're cancelled (especially these days--how'd you like the endings to Joan Of Arcadia and Tru Calling? Oops, forgot--they didn't have one). Quantum Leap not only got to wrap things up, they did so in the most memorable of fashions. This is a gem of a series, and this final season is the sparkle in that gem.
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    I am sure it will be. Why wouldn't it since this is the last season. They never play the it on the reruns do they? Atleast I have never seen them play it other than its original air date. By the way, the last episode is called Mirror Image and I am not going to tell you what happens. You will... Read More
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