In the series finale, Sam leaps into a bar with a bartender that's more than he appears and when Sam looks into a mirror, he sees his own reflection. In the future, they realize that Sam has leaped into himself!
Sam can't believe his luck when he leaps into Elvis Presley in 1954, just days before the singer gets his big break. Sam keeps Elvis on the path to fame, but the future looks uncertain when he gets involved with a troubled singer.
Sam leaps into his great-grandfather, whose actions have made him the target of Confederate soldiers. Sam fights to keep his family tree intact and finds himself helping the relatives of an important historical figure.
Sam leaps into the body of Vietnam vet Henry Adams, who lives in the Pacific Northwest forest with his epileptic war buddy. The ailing vet needs medication to survive, but when Sam tries to help him, he's thwarted by the town's secretive sheriff.
Sam leaps into the body of Marilyn Monroe's driver in April 1960, as the distraught movie star struggles with fame and heartache. It's up to chauffeur Sam to help Marilyn stay on top as her career and life spiral out of control.
After leaping as a twosome, Sam and Alia end up in the body of a female prisoner accused of killing an inmate. Now, Alia is in double trouble: In addition to landing on death row, she's become the prime prey of her former Observer, Zoey.
Sam leaps into the body of troubled college nerd Arnold, who wages a bizarre fight against a cruel hazing ritual. Al is in charge of counseling the real Arnold, and when Alia shows up, Sam decides to make her his time-traveling partner.
After leaping into the body of an artist with an occult lifestyle, Sam finds himself in a race against time to stop a bloodthirsty vampire from performing a ritual killing. Meanwhile, Al is convinced that Sam's host body isn't human.
Sam jumps into the body of popular sex psychologist Dr. Ruth Westheimer. Sam takes over Dr. Ruth's call-in radio show, while the real Dr. Ruth gives Al private counseling sessions to help him work out his complicated relationship issues.
Sam leaps into the opposite sex's shoes in this episode that has the time traveler inhabiting the body of a 1960s-era feminist. As a housewife and mom of two, Sam faces a life-and-death situation when one daughter prepares for a dangerous protest.
Sam is caught in a terrible dilemma when he lands in the body of a traveling salesman with a big secret: The man has two families. Ziggy tells Sam he must choose between the families, and Sam discovers the man's troubles don't stop at bigamy.
Sam finds himself in the midst of a bank robbery in his home town of Elk Ridge, Ind. A banker is stocking his personal safe by forcing locals to foreclose, and Sam gets involved in a battle between the crooked financier and the Walters brothers.
In the final part of the trilogy, Sam leaps into the body of a lawyer whose client is thirty-something Abigail Fuller. Sam has his work cut out for him, as Abigail is accused of murdering her longtime nemesis, Leta Aider.
In Part Two of the trilogy, Sam jumps into the body of Abigail Fuller's fiancé. When nemesis Leta Aider accuses Abigail of being involved in the disappearance of a child, Sam must try to deter the locals from vigilante justice.
Sam leaps into a small Louisiana town in 1955, beginning a trilogy that spans over 30 years of Abigail Fuller's life. In part one, Sam tries to protect Abigail from Leta Aider, a powerful local woman who believes Abigail is a cursed killer.
Sam leaps back into the body of Jimmy LaMotta to find the mentally challenged young man in a precarious situation: Jimmy's brother is on the verge of a divorce. When Sam searches for the cause, he bumps into a fellow time traveler.
The Emmy-winning series about a scientist caught in a time warp, catapulting from the past to the future within the bodies of different people. Scott Bakula and Academy Award nominee Dean Stockwell are sensational in the leading roles. Essential viewing.
In this season, Sam Beckett (Scott Bakula) visits 1960 to help newlyweds get on the right path, 1979 to inspire an actor playing Don Quixote, 1957 to defend an African American woman wrongly accused of a crime and much more.
Get ready to join Dr. Sam Beckett on the adventure of many lifetimes! Who will he be this time? Mafia hit man. Air Force test pilot. Professional boxer. Sam does it all in Season One of the groundbreaking, 5-time Emmy award-winning series.
Sam's travels are disorienting, to say the least. But aid comes in the form of Al (Dean Stockwell), a friend from the future who appears as a hologram and guides him through each strange new scenario.