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'''Diane McBride''' was a one-time appearing guest character who appeared in the [[Season Two]] opening episode ''"{{ep|2|1}}"''. The part of Diane was played in the episode by [[Alice Adair]].
 
'''Diane McBride''' was a one-time appearing guest character who appeared in the [[Season Two]] opening episode ''"{{ep|2|1}}"''. The part of Diane was played in the episode by [[Alice Adair]].
 
==About Diane==
 
==About Diane==
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Diane McBride was the daughter of an influental U.S. Seanator and newlywed-wife of [[Tom MacBride]], whom Sam was leaped into to save her from being murdered by her ex-hus a French organized crime figure and espionage operative named [[Roget]].
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Diane McBride was the daughter of an influental U.S. Seanator and newlywed-wife of [[Tom McBride]], whom Sam was leaped into to save her from being murdered by her ex-hus a French organized crime figure and espionage operative named [[Roget]].
   
 
Tom, the leapee, was trying to influence his wife to study hard to pass her law bar exam, to ensure that she will win her late father's seat so that she would be on the Senate Commission that ensures approval for the funds needed to allow ''[[Project Quantum Leap]]'' to continue.
 
Tom, the leapee, was trying to influence his wife to study hard to pass her law bar exam, to ensure that she will win her late father's seat so that she would be on the Senate Commission that ensures approval for the funds needed to allow ''[[Project Quantum Leap]]'' to continue.

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