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Weathers Farrington
J.D. Hertzler as Weathers Farrington
eathers Farrington, as he confronts Sam, who leaped into his ex-son in law Phillip Dumont in "Sea Bride" in Season 2.
Personal Information
Gender: Male
Occupation/
Career:
Shipping magnate
Character
description:
  • Objects to his older daughter's ex-husband Phillip's attempt to reconcile with her
  • Only approves of her fiancee Vincent Loggia beacause he's offered to buy his failing shipping firm.
  • Character information
    Appeared on: Quantum Leap
    Episodes appeared in: "Sea Bride" (Season 2)
    Character played by: J.G. Hertzler


    Weathers Farrington is a character who appears in the Season 2 episode of Quantum Leap titled "Sea Bride". The part of Weathers is played in the episode by J.G. Hertzler.

    About WeathersEdit

    In the episode "Sea Bride", Sam leaps into Phillip Dumont, the ex-husband of a one Catherine Farrington, who appears on Weathers's yacht with the plans to wed a one Vincent Loggia, who has questionable criminal ties, as he seeks to prevent her from marrying him; Weathers, who did not approve of the Catherine's marriage to leapee Phillip, only approves of her impending wedding to Vinny because Vinny has offered to buy his failing shipping firm.

    Weathers, who comes across as a snobbish, high-minded type who only cares about money, and his daughters marrying into it, angrily tells Sam that he shouldn't have shown up to Catherine's wedding after refusing to take a job with the Farrington family cruise business and leaving Catherine three years ago. He warns Sam to stay away from his family, and punches him to emphasize the point.

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