Al Calavicci from Quantum Leap
Cantankerous, but lovable Al Calavicci (Dean Stockwell) is a former naval aviator who now serves as Dr. Samuel Beckett's assistant, guide and best friend in Quantum Leap. When he's not helping Sam leap from time period to time period in an attempt to get him back home, you'll find him enjoying his favorite cigar and checking out the local hotties.
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