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View Poll Results: Glitter Rock
Excellent 9 32.14%
Good 12 42.86%
Average 7 25.00%
Fair 0 0%
Poor 0 0%
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Old 12-16-2014, 03:05 AM   #26
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Can't edit out anymore, so I deleted this one. Review on page 1.
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Old 09-21-2018, 10:00 AM   #27
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I think this episode is A bit under average,but just because of "Fate's wide wheel" i voted "Average" and not "fair".The only thing from this episode,that i would always remember is this great song.

BTW,Does anyone knows if the songs performed by Scott in this episode were written especially for this episode,or were borrowed from some one else By Chris Ruppenthal for his script?!
Chris Ruppenthal has said in his interview on the Quantum Leap Podcast that he wrote the lyrics to the songs, and the music was by Velton Ray Bunch.
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Old 07-24-2019, 10:57 PM   #28
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We have another above average episode here. Leaping into a rock band is a step out of Sam's comfort zone. One of the early scenes with Sam lamenting his situation to Al after throwing the girls out of his room is humorous. The episode quickly takes a dark turn when we find out that Tonic (the leapee) is due to be killed.

I'm not usually a big fan of whodunnits, but here it really works. It helps that we have a good cast of characters. In fact, I like nearly all the characters in this episode from Flash to Phillip, and even Dwayne (Peter Noone of Herman's Hermits!) Even the first time I saw the episode, though, I just knew Phillip was innocent. He was just too obvious in the first half of the episode.

Another of the big strong points of this episode is that we really see just how important Al is to Sam. They work really well together here. The scene with Al tracing Phillip and learning more about him is one of the best scenes of the episode.

My rating. Good. Another solid episode.
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