Did Quantum Leap use the word conundrum as their secret code word or was it another similar show?
It wasn't Quantum Leap, it was Seven Days.
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There were 95 episodes of Quantum Leap broadcast between 1989 and 1993.
Conundrum - word origin: 16th century; University Latin slang for pedant, pedantic whim or word play. Websters Unabridged 2nd Edition. So is it possible that a group of colleg…e kids, sitting around made up a Latin sounding word, used it as slang, and it is now part of our modern language used as a term denoting a perplexing situation
The use of protective clothing for farmers in Brazil presents a conundrum.
Dr. Sam Beckett is himself in the final episode on the very day hewas born. He is in a bar in Pennsylvania where he sees a bunch ofguys who all look like somebody he had met d…uring his leaps. Thebartender is named Al just like the hologram and possibly is theone who had been leaping him around. He knew everything Sam wasthinking without him even saying what was on his mind. Al in thefuture is unable to track down where Sam is after discovering noone was in the waiting room. Sam tells Al the bartender about thetime Al the hologram wanted him to stop his first wife from gettingremarried and he refused to because it was against the rules tochange history for personal reasons. The bartender tells Sam he cancome home anytime he wants to- but he should continue doing theresponsibilities he has been given ever since he started leapingthrough time. Sam is given a choice and chooses to go to when Al'sfirst wife was missing him during the time he was at a POW camp inVietnam. He tells her he is alive and coming home- the last leaphas the screen go black and shows three messages saying whathappened as a result. The first one says she never remarried. Thesecond one says she and Al have four daughters and will have beenmarried for 39 years. The third one says Dr. Sam Beckett neverreturned home. Sad music is played showing a picture of Sam and Alstanding by eachother.
This is something that is really open to your own interpretation. Throughout the series, no, God does not appear, nor is He openly represented. However, in the final episode, …Dr. Beckett meets the character of the bartender named Al. This character provided Dr. Beckett with some unique insights and advice. Through these conversations, this character implies that he is God, Fate, Time, or at least some representation of those things that has influence over the leaps. However, it is never directly stated in the episode that this character is, without a question, God.
Donald P. Bellisario
Because Universal had decided it had run long enough. The series finale was originally planned as an episode setting up a spin-off- but it was never picked up and that was whe…re the series actually ended.
They development of modern computers was a quantum leap for society.
Donald P. Bellisario and his company 'Belisarius Productions' .
Code words of the Secret Service are ambiguous words, many of whichare used to refer to U.S. presidents. They are not known to thegeneral public.
Main Entry:. secretion . Part of Speech:. noun . Definition:. discharge. Synonyms:. excretion, flow , movement , seepage, suppuration. Main Entry:. secretion . Par…t of Speech:. noun . Definition:. substance released. Synonyms:. bile, gum, juice , milk, mucus, saliva, sap , sweat , tears. Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright Â© 2011 by the Philip Lief Group. Cite This Source .