Quantum Leap: A Beckett Family Reunion Coming to Men of a Certain Age

Men of a Certain AgeAn upcoming episode of Men of a Certain Age will reunite Scott Bakula with his Quantum Leap brother, David Newsom.

TV Guide reports that Newsom will once again play Bakula’s on-screen sibling. He’ll be playing Mark, the younger brother of Terry who’s happily married with two children and his own business. Terry, who’s working with Owen (Andre Braugher) as a car salesman, hasn’t seen Mark in some time and tries to reconnect with him.

Quantum Leap fans may remember that Newsom played Lt. Tom Beckett, the older brother of Bakula’s time-traveling Dr. Sam Beckett. In a very memorable episode, Sam lept into a fellow soldier in Tom’s Navy unit in Vietnam. Tom had originally died but Sam was able to change history to save his brother’s life.

The second season of Men of a Certain Age debuts on Monday, November 29th on TNT.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to seeing Men of a Certain Age again?

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  1. Irene says

    Finally a show that I can look forward to. I love the stories and the characters who are playing the leads. Can’t wait until it plays again!

  2. matt says

    this show is really good! im exited to get back into it. the cast is great and the writing is very well done. ray had done a fantastic job with this series. it has plenty of real life drama in it and also some great humor. i love it!

  3. Graciela says

    My husband and I are thrilled that “Man of Certain Age” is coming back. The cast is great and writers superb. Hopefully it will be for many seasons!

  4. Marie says

    Dang now I want to watch some Quantum Leap. Can’t wait for “Men’s” return. Really enjoy the show and the chemistry of the leads.

  5. Jeremy Rynek says

    Yes the show was good and enteraining. I was a little surprised how good it was honestly. Hopefully it builds a good fan base.

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