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When good Tv travels bad: how Quantum Leap shaped one leaping more far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body tool to show that empathy trumps racism. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, scowling, morally settlement antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a kind of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have looked rugged but he was …

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When good Tv croaks bad: how Quantum Leap drew one leap very far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body implement to show that pity trumps prejudice. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, scowling, morally endangered antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a kind of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have ogled rugged but he was …

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The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body implement to demonstrate that compassion trumps racism. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, scowling, morally endangered antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a sort of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have examined rugged but he was …

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When good Tv extends bad: how Quantum Leap represented one leaping too far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body tool to show that pity trumps prejudice. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, grimacing, morally compromised antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a kind of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have ogled rocky but he was …

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When good Tv disappears bad: how Quantum Leap made one leap extremely far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body implement to show that empathy trumps racism. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, scowling, morally settlement antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a kind of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have gazed rocky but he was …

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When good TV runs bad: how Quantum Leap manufactured one bounce extremely far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body tool to show that pity trumps racism. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, grimacing, morally accommodation antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a kind of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have ogled rocky but he was …

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When good Tv croaks bad: how Quantum Leap obligated one leaping extremely far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body implement to show that empathy trumps racism. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, grimacing, morally settlement antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a kind of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have looked rugged but he was …

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When good Tv disappears bad: how Quantum Leap realise one leap very far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body implement to show that tendernes trumps racism. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, grimacing, morally endangered antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a kind of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have ogled rugged but he was …

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When good Tv travels bad: how Quantum Leap moved one leap extremely far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body tool to demonstrate that pity trumps prejudice. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, scowling, morally endangered antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a kind of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have gazed rocky but he was …

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When good TV exits bad: how Quantum Leap cleared one change extremely far

The time-travel show used its man-in-another-mans-body tool to show that compassion trumps prejudice. Then Dr Sam turned up as Lee Harvey Oswald Keep your salacious, grimacing, morally settlement antiheroes. Doctor Sam Beckett– Quantum Leap’s time-hopping samaritan- was dependably the opposite, a kind of uncle hero. As played by the square-jawed Scott Bakula, Sam may have seemed rocky but he was …

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