History WMG / QuantumLeap

28th Jun '16 6:33:50 PM lihtox
Is there an issue? Send a Message


----
<<|WildMassGuessing|>>

to:

----
<<|WildMassGuessing|>>
----
28th Jun '16 6:32:40 PM lihtox
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

[[WMG: Sam doesn't return home, but that's not a sad thing]]
* Sam doesn't *want* to go home anymore: he has learned to let go of his drive to get home and accept that this is what he really wants to do.
* Not returning home doesn't mean that he loses contact with the Quantum Leap Project. Al and the Gang continue to help him on a regular basis.
* Sam eventually does retire, but settles in a *different* time and place than the one he originally called "home".
17th Oct '15 9:40:35 PM randomsurfer
Is there an issue? Send a Message


[[WMG:''Quantum Leap'' takes place in the same 'verse as ''Series/NYPDBlue''

to:

[[WMG:''Quantum Leap'' takes place in the same 'verse as ''Series/NYPDBlue''''Series/NYPDBlue'']]
17th Oct '15 9:40:03 PM randomsurfer
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

[[WMG:''Quantum Leap'' takes place in the same 'verse as ''Series/NYPDBlue''
...and the reason Sam Beckett "never leaped home" is because he had to help Greg Medavoy 24/7 for 12 years. The evidence: Greg has an annoying problem practically every week as one of the subplots of the show. Frequently he will QuipToBlack with "Oh, boy."
6th Sep '15 4:40:08 PM randomsurfer
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

[[WMG: Sam's final leap is into Donald P. Bellisario.]]
This is when he was finally able to write down all his memoirs, and he [[NarratingThePresent Narrates the Present]] because it's [[FirstPersonPerspective Bellisario's persepctive]] (as the ultimate script supervisor of the series). He's BreakingTheFourthWall.
25th May '15 5:53:45 AM garrisonskunk
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Weird Ernie in the pilot and (the other) Al in the final episode are actually Commander Braxton of the Temporal Police, starting and ending a Federation/Starfleet program to fix the time stream and insure that Sam's great great great great great great (etc) grandson Johnathan Archer is born to found The Federation.

to:

Weird Ernie in the pilot and (the other) Al in the final episode are actually Commander Braxton of the Temporal Police, starting and ending a Federation/Starfleet program to fix the time stream and insure that Sam's great great great great great great (etc) grandson Johnathan Archer is born to found The the Federation.
25th May '15 4:21:30 AM garrisonskunk
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Weird Ernie in the pilot and (the other) Al in the final episode are actually Commander Braxton of the Temporal Police, starting and ending a Federation/Starfleet program to fix the time stream and insure that Sam's great great great great great great (etc) grandson Johnathan Archer is born to found Starfleet.

to:

Weird Ernie in the pilot and (the other) Al in the final episode are actually Commander Braxton of the Temporal Police, starting and ending a Federation/Starfleet program to fix the time stream and insure that Sam's great great great great great great (etc) grandson Johnathan Archer is born to found Starfleet.
The Federation.
25th May '15 4:18:46 AM garrisonskunk
Is there an issue? Send a Message

Added DiffLines:

[[WMG: Quantum Leap takes place in the Original Star Trek timeline]]
Weird Ernie in the pilot and (the other) Al in the final episode are actually Commander Braxton of the Temporal Police, starting and ending a Federation/Starfleet program to fix the time stream and insure that Sam's great great great great great great (etc) grandson Johnathan Archer is born to found Starfleet.
2nd May '15 9:09:51 AM ShinyTsukkomi
Is there an issue? Send a Message


Okay, so [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Shinji]], [[SuzumiyaHaruhi Haruhi]], and [[ProblemSleuth Pickle Inspector]] all got to this one first. Think about it: the dominant theory in the first part of the show is that "god" controls Sam's leaps, and we later learn that Sam is doing it subconsciously. But if Sam never returns home, he leaps infinitely and thus has complete control over the timeline after his own birth. This gives him control over the circumstances of future TimeTravel projects, which means he can theoretically leap into other time travelers, allowing him to go further into the past and influence the origins of the universe. Thus, Sam has complete control over the universe.

to:

Okay, so [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Shinji]], [[SuzumiyaHaruhi [[LightNovel/SuzumiyaHaruhi Haruhi]], and [[ProblemSleuth [[Webcomic/ProblemSleuth Pickle Inspector]] all got to this one first. Think about it: the dominant theory in the first part of the show is that "god" controls Sam's leaps, and we later learn that Sam is doing it subconsciously. But if Sam never returns home, he leaps infinitely and thus has complete control over the timeline after his own birth. This gives him control over the circumstances of future TimeTravel projects, which means he can theoretically leap into other time travelers, allowing him to go further into the past and influence the origins of the universe. Thus, Sam has complete control over the universe.
22nd Dec '14 11:42:57 AM CynicalBastardo
Is there an issue? Send a Message



to:

** The season five [[TheyChangedItNowItSucks theme song]] is the result of the meddling of the Evil Leapers.
This list shows the last 10 events of 37. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=WMG.QuantumLeap