Sam now leaps some 11 years into the future and into the body of Will Kinman, whom he had met in 1955. Will was a young man when Sam occupied Sheriff Clayton Fuller's body. In 1965 Will is 27 years old and now engaged to a 21 year-old Abigail Fuller. Will is now a Deputy Sheriff and on his wedding day, a young boy Abigail babysat the previous evening has gone missing. She has no idea what may have happened to the lad but a mob mentality is beginning to take hold with Leta Aider, who still blames Abigail for the death of her daughter and her husband, leading the charge. Al tells Sam that unless he can stop it, the mob will hang Abigail in the town square that night.
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Dr. Sam Beckett
She's alive. She's alive. Abigail... is alive. There-there was a... fire and a w-window and... s-she got out, and I... didn't. But I'm alive. I'm alive and I'm-I'm back here as W-W... Will Kinman. Why? Why am I b-back here? This does not make any sense at all.
Admiral Al Calavicci
What doesn't make any sense at all? To whom are you talking? People are gonna think you're cuckoo, walkin' around like this.
References Butterfield 8
Music by Alex North
and Lyrics by Hy Zaret
Performed by The Righteous Brothers
(1965) See more