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Quantum Leap's Raymond Lee Shared the Sweetest Pic from His Family Hike

The actor, his wife, and two children stepped out for a day of nature even as the weather gets colder.

By Elizabeth Logan

Quantum Leap-ing through the forest? No, just a casual stroll.

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Quantum Leap star Raymond Lee stepped out for a hike with his wife and two kids this October, and the family looks so ready for fall.

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Quantum Leap star Raymond Lee shares rare family pic

In a picture, which Lee uploaded to Instagram with the caption "nurture," as in, nature versus, the actor wears a warm beanie and carries his baby son in a harness. And his wife, Stacy Kusumolkul, pushes their daughter, bundled up in a blanket, in her stroller.

It's unclear who took the picture, or where, but it's obvious they're enjoying this sweet family outing!

The Quantum Leap family is growing, too

Dr. Ben Song is on the ground on Quantum Leap

Lee is lucky enough to have a growing family at home and at work. For the second season of NBC's hit sci-fi epic, two new series regulars joined the cast: Eliza Taylor (The 100) and Peter Gadiot (Yellowjackets). Taylor plays Hannah Carson, a complex young woman who may be more than she appears. 

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Gadiot plays Tom Westfall, a former special forces soldier and a high-ranking U.S. Army Officer in the realm of Army Intelligence.

Addison and Tom Westfall hold hands on Quantum Leap

How to watch NBC's Quantum Leap Season 2

New episodes air on NBC Wednesday nights at 8/7c and are streaming on Peacock the following morning at 6/5c. If you need to catch up or remind yourself where things stand the first 18-episode season is now streaming on Peacock. The original series is also on the streaming service because you can never get too much Scott Bakula. We asked scientists and it's literally impossible. The more Scott Bakula, the better.

From the Season 2 trailer of the new Quantum Leap, episodes look as exciting as we'd expect, with Dr. Ben Song (Lee) getting tried as a witch in Salem and investigating the extraterrestrial mysteries of Area 51. There's also (SPOILER!)  a time jump between the first and second season, so pay close attention.

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