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Former scientist Sam Beckett finds himself trapped in time due to an experiment gone awry, leaping into the body of a different person each week. Al Calavicci, at first known only as The Observer, is Sam's holographic adviser -- he provides Sam with some details about his new identity and gives him guidance on how to help the people affected by his presence. But with little memory to help guide him, our hero is forced to bluff his way through many a wacky situation.

Latest episodes

aired 340 days ago
Alia's arrival precipitates a "lover's leap" with Sam that lands them in a women's prison where Zoey attempts to kill them.
aired 343 days ago
As a 1956 campus do-gooder, Sam draws the ire of a macho fraternity guy (Neil Patrick Harris), then encounters the evil leaper (Renée Coleman) again.
aired 344 days ago
Sam leaps into what he believes to be a vampire, and must keep away from his new bride to prevent himself from biting her.
aired 345 days ago
As Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Sam is host of a radio show; in the waiting room, Dr. Ruth (as herself) probes Al's womanizing ways.
aired 346 days ago
Sam becomes a '60s feminist whose husband's (Max Gail) sexist attitudes jeopardize their teen daughter.
aired 347 days ago
Sam becomes a sleazy traveling salesman and discovers that he has more than just business contacts in Florida and New York -- he also has two wives.
aired 350 days ago
Sam leaps 12 years into the future, into an attorney who must save Abigail (Melora Hardin) from a murder charge.
aired 352 days ago
Sam is a Louisiana sheriff investigating a murder blamed on his 10-year-old daughter (Kimberly Cullum).
aired 353 days ago
Sam returns to the body of Jimmy LaMotta, a mentally impaired man; Sam thinks he must save his brother's marriage; Sam and Al meet the evil leaper.
aired 354 days ago
Sam leaps into the body of an elderly man who stumbles upon a government investigation into UFO sightings.
aired 357 days ago
While Sam leaps into the life of an escaped serial killer who is holding a woman and her daughter hostage, the real killer escapes from Al.
aired 358 days ago
As a paraplegic, Sam must preserve his marriage and prevent the suicide of a VA hospital roommate (Michael Boatman).
aired 359 days ago
Sam leaps into the life of a Greek sailor shipwrecked on an Aegean island with a spoiled socialite (Brooke Shields).
aired 360 days ago
Sam has an opportunity to change history forever when he leaps into the body of Lee Harvey Oswald on several occasions, including the day of JFK's assassination.
aired 361 days ago
Sam has an opportunity to change history forever when he leaps into the body of Lee Harvey Oswald on several occasions, including the day of JFK's assassination.
aired 364 days ago
Sam leaps into Al's life as a young Navy pilot and must prevent his execution after he is wrongly accused of rape and murder.
aired 365 days ago
Sam leaps into the life of a Las Vegas comic fighting to save his act and his hot-tempered partner from a mobster who is after his girlfriend.
aired 366 days ago
As an archaeology professor in 1957, Sam and a colleague (Lisa Darr) scoff at an ancient tomb's curse until co-workers begin to die.
aired 367 days ago
Sam (Scott Bakula) experiences the downside of being a soap opera star when he becomes a daytime hunk being held at gunpoint by an obsessed couple (guest stars Kathleen Wilhoit, Pruitt Taylor Vince) who want him to father their child. With Dean Stockwell. Matthew Ashford has an uncred.
aired 368 days ago
Sam leaps into the life of a cabbie who hits a Puerto Rican woman (guest star Liz Torres) claiming to be a guardian angel.
aired 371 days ago
As a controversial talk-show host in 1982, Sam links extraordinary events to a manufacturer of lethal chemicals.

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