Sam's host is a Navy ensign nicknamed "Bingo" (played by Jamie Walters).
Bingo is currently under guard as a suspect in the rape & murder of Marci Riker (Debbie James), a superior officer's wife.
“Although the chance of a disaster to planet Earth in a given year may be quite low, it adds up over time, and becomes a near certainty in the next thousand or ten thousand years.
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Remaining on Earth any longer, Hawking believes, places humanity at great risk of encountering another mass extinction. continue to go into space for the future of humanity,” the 74-year-old Cambridge professor said during a speech Tuesday at Oxford University Union, according to the Daily Express.Discover whether there really are dance moves that women find irresistible, what’s hot about big bottoms, and which lucky creature has a thirty-minute orgasm.The perfect night out for anyone keen to understand why men like a lady in red and what women can learn about attraction from the humble chicken.He has an alibi though; on the night of the murder, he was with his girlfriend Lisa (guest star Terry Farrell), a nurse also stationed on the naval base.Lisa is eager to prove Bingo's innocence, but doing so could ruin their careers, as she is married.Sam assumes that he is there to prevent that, and discourages Lisa from telling anyone about the alibi.He is confident he will find some other way to prove his innocence.A Leap For Lisa is the final episode of Season 4 of Quantum Leap, also the 75th episode in the series. Bellisario, the episode, which was directed by James Whitmore, Jr., originally aired on NBC-TV on May 20, 1992.June 25, 1957: In A Leap For Lisa, the final episode of Season 4, Sam leaps in to find himself on a beach with a beautiful naked woman emerging from the ocean kissing him, he later learns is named Lisa, or Lt. He quickly realizes this is a dream when he wakes up.“I don’t think we will survive another 1,000 years without escaping beyond our fragile planet,” he added.[Why Stephen Hawking believes the next 100 years may be humanity’s toughest test] During his hour-long speech, Hawking told the audience that Earth's cataclysmic end may be hastened by humankind, which will continue to devour the planet’s resources at unsustainable rates, the Express reported.Speaking to audience members in a public Q&A session ahead of the annual BBC Reith Lectures, Hawking also said that leaving the planet behind was our best hope for survival.The key, he noted, was surviving the precarious century ahead.He was introduced to fellow Cambridge graduate Alexander Armstrong in 1992, at the TBA Sketch Comedy Group, a comedy club which ran at the Gate Theatre Studio, Notting Hill throughout the 1990s.