724 Fallen Hero, Part I

Fallen Hero, Part I

  • 3 ? This episode was good. It was worth reading.

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  • 2 ? This episode was like the neutral zone ? I am indifferent.

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  • 1 ? Bellisario would be rolling in his grave if he had one.

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QL Damsel

Al's Place / TVS & QR & Radio Files Administrator
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Aug 26, 2002
Near Austin Texas
Fallen Hero, Part I
May 28, 1977

Reston, Virginia

When Sam leaps into a rural horse ranch, he is surprised to see someone he recognizes: Alia! And when things start going drastically wrong at the Project, Sam realizes that she is the reason he is here. He isn't happy about having to yank her from her peaceful life, but knows if he doesn't, it will mean the end of Project Quantum Leap.

Written by: A. J. Burfield, M. J. Cogburn & Katherine Freymuth

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I'm putting this review in spoilers, since what happens here is pretty big in the series, and I don't want to be the one that ruins the surprise.

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This was a very sad episode, to see Gooshie die like that. However, I think what got to me most was when Ziggy called Gooshie her "friend", which is saying a lot, considering that she is a computer. I think that you executed the ending, where Al honored Gooshie's death, wonderfully.

On another note, I can't wait to read the next part of what's going on between Sam, Alia and the Evil Leapers. Very exciting, and I hope that Sam defeats Thames, like Al did Zoe. After all, he has to avenge Gooshie now.