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Mastermind Quinn Mallory (Jerry O'Connell) returns for more fantastical adventures as he continues traveling from universe to universe in the complete Third Season of Sliders. Along with comrade Wade (Sabrina Lloyd), physics professor Arturo (John Rhys-Davies), and Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown (Cleavant Derricks), Quinn explores new and mysterious Earths and along the way encounters tornadoes, droughts, wizards, warlocks and even his own younger self. Featuring TV's hottest guest stars, including Apollonia Kotero, Corey Feldman and Danny Masterson, Sliders will rock your world. Will they ever make it home? Starring: Jerry O'Connell, John Rhys-Davies, Sabrina Lloyd, Cleavant Derricks.

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Mastermind Quinn Mallory (Jerry O'Connell) returns for more fantastical adventures as he continues traveling from universe to universe in the complete Third Season of Sliders. Along with comrade Wade (Sabrina Lloyd), physics professor Arturo (John Rhys-Davies), and Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown (Cleavant Derricks), Quinn explores new and mysterious Earths and along the way encounters tornadoes, droughts, wizards, warlocks and even his own younger self. Featuring TV's hottest guest stars, including Apollonia Kotero, Corey Feldman and Danny Masterson, Sliders will rock your world. Will they ever make it home? Starring: Jerry O'Connell, John Rhys-Davies, Sabrina Lloyd, Cleavant Derricks.

    • EPISODE 1

    Rules of the Game

    The wormhole opens onboard a plane in midair, as the Sliders leap in from Eskimo world. They find a party going on, but when turbulence forces the plane into a nose-dive, the Sliders find no crew in the cockpit. They are doomed. The Sliders discover it is a simulation, and the passengers -- all strong, young types -- disembark into a warehouse. A video screen announces the beginning of "the game," as the passengers choose from a selection of weapons. The Sliders elect not to join the game, but overbearing heat from panels built into the ceiling force them out.

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    • 43 Minutes

    The wormhole opens onboard a plane in midair, as the Sliders leap in from Eskimo world. They find a party going on, but when turbulence forces the plane into a nose-dive, the Sliders find no crew in the cockpit. They are doomed. The Sliders discover it is a simulation, and the passengers -- all strong, young types -- disembark into a warehouse. A video screen announces the beginning of "the game," as the passengers choose from a selection of weapons. The Sliders elect not to join the game, but overbearing heat from panels built into the ceiling force them out.

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    • EPISODE 2

    Double Cross

    The Sliders emerge from the vortex in a subway tunnel, with a train bearing down on them. They rush toward the platform, but Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) trips, and just as the train is about to crush the group, it stops, victim to the city's planned brownouts. While exploring this world, a beautiful woman, Monique (Mari Morrow), mistakes Rembrandt for his double, and flies him to Los Angeles for lunch agreeing to return him in time to make the slide out. Later, the remaining three are chased by a group of motorcycles, and soon are trapped. One motorcyclist, Logan St. Clair (Zoe McLellan), knows they are sliders, and recognizes Arturo (John Rhys-Davies), whom she thought was dead.

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    • 45 Minutes

    The Sliders emerge from the vortex in a subway tunnel, with a train bearing down on them. They rush toward the platform, but Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) trips, and just as the train is about to crush the group, it stops, victim to the city's planned brownouts. While exploring this world, a beautiful woman, Monique (Mari Morrow), mistakes Rembrandt for his double, and flies him to Los Angeles for lunch agreeing to return him in time to make the slide out. Later, the remaining three are chased by a group of motorcycles, and soon are trapped. One motorcyclist, Logan St. Clair (Zoe McLellan), knows they are sliders, and recognizes Arturo (John Rhys-Davies), whom she thought was dead.

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    • EPISODE 3

    Electric Twister Acid Test

    A peaceful desert is shattered as the wormhole opens and a bobsled shoots out, bearing the Sliders. When they come to a stop, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) notices the timer is malfunctioning. A short distance away, Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) sees a small boy jump into a tornado, "surfing" it. When he slips, Quinn jumps in to save the boy, who runs off and vanishes. The group crosses the desert and spots another twister, which disappears in a flash of lightning. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) theorizes the planet is electrically charged, creating these tornadoes and causing the timer to malfunction.

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    • 44 Minutes

    A peaceful desert is shattered as the wormhole opens and a bobsled shoots out, bearing the Sliders. When they come to a stop, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) notices the timer is malfunctioning. A short distance away, Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) sees a small boy jump into a tornado, "surfing" it. When he slips, Quinn jumps in to save the boy, who runs off and vanishes. The group crosses the desert and spots another twister, which disappears in a flash of lightning. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) theorizes the planet is electrically charged, creating these tornadoes and causing the timer to malfunction.

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    • EPISODE 4

    The Guardian

    After an examination at a hospital, Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) tells Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) that he has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Quinn convinces him to continue sliding with the group, and they land in a San Francisco of the mid-1980's. They have not gone back in time; this Earth rotates faster, causing a slowing of time. Quinn sees a funeral in progress, and realizes it is his father's. He recognizes a boy as a younger version of himself. After the ceremony, Heather Hanley (Leslie Horan) stops to talk to Quinn. She is the boy's home room teacher, whom Quinn had a crush on.

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    • 44 Minutes

    After an examination at a hospital, Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) tells Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) that he has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Quinn convinces him to continue sliding with the group, and they land in a San Francisco of the mid-1980's. They have not gone back in time; this Earth rotates faster, causing a slowing of time. Quinn sees a funeral in progress, and realizes it is his father's. He recognizes a boy as a younger version of himself. After the ceremony, Heather Hanley (Leslie Horan) stops to talk to Quinn. She is the boy's home room teacher, whom Quinn had a crush on.

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    • 44 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    The Dream Masters

    The Sliders slide from a Mardi Gras dimension into an amusement park and witness an accident between a skater and a bicyclist. The biker, Gerald (Zach Ward), touches the skater and tells him to drop dead. Moments later the skater dies. The Sliders rush to help him, but when a policewoman sees who the biker is, she cancels the ambulance. When the Sliders complain, the policewoman tells them to leave, that they are only causing problems. As they leave, the biker, Gerald, stops Wade (Sabrina Lloyd), telling her that he will see her "in your dreams." At the hotel bar, the bartender tells them to avoid the "dream masters," who can invade people's dreams.

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    • 44 Minutes

    The Sliders slide from a Mardi Gras dimension into an amusement park and witness an accident between a skater and a bicyclist. The biker, Gerald (Zach Ward), touches the skater and tells him to drop dead. Moments later the skater dies. The Sliders rush to help him, but when a policewoman sees who the biker is, she cancels the ambulance. When the Sliders complain, the policewoman tells them to leave, that they are only causing problems. As they leave, the biker, Gerald, stops Wade (Sabrina Lloyd), telling her that he will see her "in your dreams." At the hotel bar, the bartender tells them to avoid the "dream masters," who can invade people's dreams.

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    • 44 Minutes
    • EPISODE 6

    Desert Storm

    As the Sliders cross a desert, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) asks Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) about his failing health, and is told to keep quiet. They enter a small town, looking for water, and see a girl, Devin (Gina Phillips), being abducted. As Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) watches this, the girl sends her a telepathic message: "help me." The bartender refuses to serve the Sliders water, as they have nothing to trade. He tells them they should search for the lost city of Aquarius, where water runs free. Wade tells the others she wants to help Devin. Tracking them down, Quinn and Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) grab Devin, but are attacked by Jeremy (Kristopher Lindquist), her abductor.

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    • 44 Minutes

    As the Sliders cross a desert, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) asks Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) about his failing health, and is told to keep quiet. They enter a small town, looking for water, and see a girl, Devin (Gina Phillips), being abducted. As Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) watches this, the girl sends her a telepathic message: "help me." The bartender refuses to serve the Sliders water, as they have nothing to trade. He tells them they should search for the lost city of Aquarius, where water runs free. Wade tells the others she wants to help Devin. Tracking them down, Quinn and Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) grab Devin, but are attacked by Jeremy (Kristopher Lindquist), her abductor.

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    • EPISODE 7

    Dragon Slide

    Skuldar (Max Grodenchik), a gnome-like man, chases the beautiful Melinda (Michelle Rene Thomas) through a forest. Just as he knocks her unconscious, the vortex opens and Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) smashes into him. When Skuldar hears that Quinn's last name is Mallory, he turns into a hawk and flies away. Skuldar reports to Gareth (Gregory Martin), a powerful Druid. Thinking there were no Mallorys left, Gareth supposes Quinn must be a wizard. Quinn is smitten with Melinda, and the Sliders take Melinda to the police, who say she is Gareth's apprentice. Melinda panics when she discovers the officers are returning her to Gareth's estate.

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    • 44 Minutes

    Skuldar (Max Grodenchik), a gnome-like man, chases the beautiful Melinda (Michelle Rene Thomas) through a forest. Just as he knocks her unconscious, the vortex opens and Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) smashes into him. When Skuldar hears that Quinn's last name is Mallory, he turns into a hawk and flies away. Skuldar reports to Gareth (Gregory Martin), a powerful Druid. Thinking there were no Mallorys left, Gareth supposes Quinn must be a wizard. Quinn is smitten with Melinda, and the Sliders take Melinda to the police, who say she is Gareth's apprentice. Melinda panics when she discovers the officers are returning her to Gareth's estate.

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    • EPISODE 8

    The Fire Within

    Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) is in a batting cage trying to win a wager when the other Sliders enter, telling him it is time. They jump into the wormhole, and end up, for a few seconds, in a world of fire. Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) sees a small flame moving toward them, then they slide. Landing near an oil refinery, they head toward town in search of money, since Rembrandt had bet all their money on the aborted game. The small flame follows them. Entering the town, they pass a fire truck on its way to a fire. They see a banner advertising refinery jobs, so they climb on a company truck. Left behind, the flame splits into two flames, starting a fire at the building. At the plant, J.C. Ashton (Anthony Tyler Quinn), head of security, says the fires have been set by the striking union.

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    • 44 Minutes

    Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) is in a batting cage trying to win a wager when the other Sliders enter, telling him it is time. They jump into the wormhole, and end up, for a few seconds, in a world of fire. Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) sees a small flame moving toward them, then they slide. Landing near an oil refinery, they head toward town in search of money, since Rembrandt had bet all their money on the aborted game. The small flame follows them. Entering the town, they pass a fire truck on its way to a fire. They see a banner advertising refinery jobs, so they climb on a company truck. Left behind, the flame splits into two flames, starting a fire at the building. At the plant, J.C. Ashton (Anthony Tyler Quinn), head of security, says the fires have been set by the striking union.

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    • EPISODE 9

    The Prince of Slides

    While waiting at a hospital, Rembrandt (Cleavant Derrick) is mistaken for the Duke (Clinton Derricks-Carroll) by the pregnant Duchess Danielle (Victoria Mahoney). Thinking she needs a transfusion, he goes into surgery with her. Only later do Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) and Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) find out that it's not a transfusion, but a transference of the fetus. A news report declares the situation, stating that the real Duke Rembrandt has been missing. Quinn sneaks into the operating room to warn Rembrandt, but he's been sedated. Quinn is grabbed by the Duchess' aide, Lady Mary (Hallie Foote), and the Lady's nephew, George Stellos (Dan Gauthier), head of Palace security. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) intercedes, saying they are the Duke's new assistants. Later, at the palace, the Sliders visit Rembrandt as he awakens. Arturo explains how an epidemic destroyed women's ability to complete the pregnancy, and how once men take the fetus, gestation speeds up.

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    While waiting at a hospital, Rembrandt (Cleavant Derrick) is mistaken for the Duke (Clinton Derricks-Carroll) by the pregnant Duchess Danielle (Victoria Mahoney). Thinking she needs a transfusion, he goes into surgery with her. Only later do Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) and Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) find out that it's not a transfusion, but a transference of the fetus. A news report declares the situation, stating that the real Duke Rembrandt has been missing. Quinn sneaks into the operating room to warn Rembrandt, but he's been sedated. Quinn is grabbed by the Duchess' aide, Lady Mary (Hallie Foote), and the Lady's nephew, George Stellos (Dan Gauthier), head of Palace security. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) intercedes, saying they are the Duke's new assistants. Later, at the palace, the Sliders visit Rembrandt as he awakens. Arturo explains how an epidemic destroyed women's ability to complete the pregnancy, and how once men take the fetus, gestation speeds up.

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    • 44 Minutes
    • EPISODE 10

    Dead Man Sliding

    The Sliders arrive on Hollywood Boulevard, and while walking along, come across a wallet on the sidewalk. Everyone seems wary of approaching it, but when Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) reaches for it, a woman, Taryn Miller (Perrey Reeves), fires a dart at him, but misses. The Sliders run, evading Taryn. At a bar, they discover that in this world, crime is almost nonexistent, due to a game show that has replaced lawyers and courts to determine criminals' fates. Taryn shows up, saying Quinn can't keep evading the law. A fight erupts, to the delight of the crowd. Taryn arrests Quinn and takes him to the studios, turning him over to "The Show's" sleazy producer, Phil (Fredric Lane). Despite Quinn's protests of innocence, Phil puts him on-stage as the other Sliders arrive. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) is picked to be Quinn's "advocate," or lawyer, as the trial starts.

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    • 44 Minutes

    The Sliders arrive on Hollywood Boulevard, and while walking along, come across a wallet on the sidewalk. Everyone seems wary of approaching it, but when Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) reaches for it, a woman, Taryn Miller (Perrey Reeves), fires a dart at him, but misses. The Sliders run, evading Taryn. At a bar, they discover that in this world, crime is almost nonexistent, due to a game show that has replaced lawyers and courts to determine criminals' fates. Taryn shows up, saying Quinn can't keep evading the law. A fight erupts, to the delight of the crowd. Taryn arrests Quinn and takes him to the studios, turning him over to "The Show's" sleazy producer, Phil (Fredric Lane). Despite Quinn's protests of innocence, Phil puts him on-stage as the other Sliders arrive. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) is picked to be Quinn's "advocate," or lawyer, as the trial starts.

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    • EPISODE 11

    State of the A.R.T.

    The Sliders land in city devoid of people, with a purple sky. Coming across a wrecked robot, they see a truck chasing two men, firing laser bolts at them. The Sliders run, also, and just after the men are gunned down, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) is shot. The truck driver, Paul (Jerry Rector), scans the runners and Quinn. No signs of life. Not noticing the other Sliders, he leaves. The rest of the group rushes to help Quinn, who is reviving. The other two are robots, showing no signs of electronic life. One of them, Deric (Eddie Mills), then stirs, and the Sliders take it to a nearby TV repair shop to work on it. Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) finds a brochure touting the benefits of the Aldohn Robotic Technologies robotic workforce.

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    The Sliders land in city devoid of people, with a purple sky. Coming across a wrecked robot, they see a truck chasing two men, firing laser bolts at them. The Sliders run, also, and just after the men are gunned down, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) is shot. The truck driver, Paul (Jerry Rector), scans the runners and Quinn. No signs of life. Not noticing the other Sliders, he leaves. The rest of the group rushes to help Quinn, who is reviving. The other two are robots, showing no signs of electronic life. One of them, Deric (Eddie Mills), then stirs, and the Sliders take it to a nearby TV repair shop to work on it. Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) finds a brochure touting the benefits of the Aldohn Robotic Technologies robotic workforce.

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    • EPISODE 12

    Season's Greedings

    The Sliders slide onto a church yard from a world ruled by pygmies. In the church, a woman asks Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) to hold her baby as she prays. She then runs off, and as the Sliders give chase, they see her board an employee bus to the Sky High Plaza. Before the priest turns the child over to welfare, Arturo asks for two days to search for the mother. The Sliders ride an escalator up to the Sky High Plaza, a city-within-a-mall that floats in the sky, where shoppers are urged to spend, spend, spend. The Sliders watch as an employee leaving the mall is shocked by his bracelet, and is led away by guards.

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    • 44 Minutes

    The Sliders slide onto a church yard from a world ruled by pygmies. In the church, a woman asks Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) to hold her baby as she prays. She then runs off, and as the Sliders give chase, they see her board an employee bus to the Sky High Plaza. Before the priest turns the child over to welfare, Arturo asks for two days to search for the mother. The Sliders ride an escalator up to the Sky High Plaza, a city-within-a-mall that floats in the sky, where shoppers are urged to spend, spend, spend. The Sliders watch as an employee leaving the mall is shocked by his bracelet, and is led away by guards.

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    • EPISODE 13

    Murder Most Foul

    In a world governed by the corporate world, the Sliders find themselves standing out in the business suit crowd by their casual dress. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies), enraged when someone spills coffee on him, is quickly accosted by several people in suits, who sedate him and take him away. Arturo is placed under the care of Dr. Bolivar (David Purdham), who brainwashes him into thinking he is Reginald Doyle, a Sherlock Holmes-type detective. He gives Arturo a pocket watch -- a device Arturo is to check every hour to reinforce the hypnosis. At the bar, the bartender informs the others that Arturo was taken to "the evaluation center" for treatment.

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    • 44 Minutes

    In a world governed by the corporate world, the Sliders find themselves standing out in the business suit crowd by their casual dress. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies), enraged when someone spills coffee on him, is quickly accosted by several people in suits, who sedate him and take him away. Arturo is placed under the care of Dr. Bolivar (David Purdham), who brainwashes him into thinking he is Reginald Doyle, a Sherlock Holmes-type detective. He gives Arturo a pocket watch -- a device Arturo is to check every hour to reinforce the hypnosis. At the bar, the bartender informs the others that Arturo was taken to "the evaluation center" for treatment.

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    • EPISODE 14

    Slide Like an Egyptian

    In the shadows of the Los Angeles pyramids, the Sliders find a world where Egyptian dynasties never ended. A procession of guards escorting a large crate approaches the group, when something in the crate bursts free, attacking a young woman. Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) and Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) rescue Sheila (Claudette Mink) from a giant insect's claw, but they are arrested for touching the sacred scarab. Quinn, injured in the attack, is sent to a hospital, and Wade and Sheila are sent to the pyramid. Wade learns that the scarab will be locked in the pyramid with the Pharaoh's remains tomorrow. It will guard the pyramid and Wade and Sheila are to be locked in also, as food for the scarab.

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    • 43 Minutes

    In the shadows of the Los Angeles pyramids, the Sliders find a world where Egyptian dynasties never ended. A procession of guards escorting a large crate approaches the group, when something in the crate bursts free, attacking a young woman. Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) and Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) rescue Sheila (Claudette Mink) from a giant insect's claw, but they are arrested for touching the sacred scarab. Quinn, injured in the attack, is sent to a hospital, and Wade and Sheila are sent to the pyramid. Wade learns that the scarab will be locked in the pyramid with the Pharaoh's remains tomorrow. It will guard the pyramid and Wade and Sheila are to be locked in also, as food for the scarab.

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    • EPISODE 15

    Paradise Lost

    On the coast, a seismologist phones his supervisor with news about some strange readings. That evening, he is abducted by three men and taken to a deserted cove. They strand him down there and something tunneling underground pulls him down beneath the sand. The Sliders land on a beach outside the town of Paradise. While walking to town, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) intervenes when he sees a man about to attack a young woman, and scares him away. The woman, Laurie (Lara Steinick), is looking for her assistant, Michael (Todd Babcock). She sent him there to conduct geological surveys of the area and he hasn't checked in since last night. In return for Quinn's help, she drives the Sliders into town, where Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) and Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) take jobs at the local cafe.

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    • 44 Minutes

    On the coast, a seismologist phones his supervisor with news about some strange readings. That evening, he is abducted by three men and taken to a deserted cove. They strand him down there and something tunneling underground pulls him down beneath the sand. The Sliders land on a beach outside the town of Paradise. While walking to town, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) intervenes when he sees a man about to attack a young woman, and scares him away. The woman, Laurie (Lara Steinick), is looking for her assistant, Michael (Todd Babcock). She sent him there to conduct geological surveys of the area and he hasn't checked in since last night. In return for Quinn's help, she drives the Sliders into town, where Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) and Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) take jobs at the local cafe.

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    • EPISODE 16

    The Exodus, Pt. 1

    In a satellite monitoring station, a military officer calls Dr. Jariabek (Krzysztof Pieczynski) to inform him that a radiation-emitting pulsar is heading toward Earth. Before she can finish, however, someone sticks a needle in her neck and then injects himself with the fluid. The Sliders land in a city besieged by looters, as defense sirens wail. They come across a vagrant, who blames the Russians. Apparently, the Cold War has not ended in this dimension. Suddenly, a car races around the corner, flipping and exploding. The Sliders try to rescue the driver, who mumbles something about a trajectory being wrong. As he dies, the Sliders notice blood seeping from a gunshot wound. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) recognizes the man as Dr. Jariabek, a noted cosmologist. Another car pulls up, and Captain Maggie Beckett (Kari Wuhrer) and two soldiers jump out with guns drawn, demanding to know if Jariabek said anything.

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    In a satellite monitoring station, a military officer calls Dr. Jariabek (Krzysztof Pieczynski) to inform him that a radiation-emitting pulsar is heading toward Earth. Before she can finish, however, someone sticks a needle in her neck and then injects himself with the fluid. The Sliders land in a city besieged by looters, as defense sirens wail. They come across a vagrant, who blames the Russians. Apparently, the Cold War has not ended in this dimension. Suddenly, a car races around the corner, flipping and exploding. The Sliders try to rescue the driver, who mumbles something about a trajectory being wrong. As he dies, the Sliders notice blood seeping from a gunshot wound. Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) recognizes the man as Dr. Jariabek, a noted cosmologist. Another car pulls up, and Captain Maggie Beckett (Kari Wuhrer) and two soldiers jump out with guns drawn, demanding to know if Jariabek said anything.

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    • EPISODE 17

    The Exodus, Pt. 2

    As Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) listens to radio broadcasts from the dying world, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) slides into the military base's lab with an unconscious Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) in his arms -- and the Slider's home coordinates recorded in the timer. In the infirmary, Dr. Jensen (Mark Kiely) confronts Quinn, jealous of his wife's feelings toward Quinn. A nurse interrupts, telling them Maggie could have died if Quinn had not intervened. The other Sliders show up, excited about the news that they can go home now. Quinn tells them that they must wait until they have finished the sliding device he promised in order to save some of these people. An argument erupts, with Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) accusing Quinn of never thinking of the rest of the group.

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    • 44 Minutes

    As Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) listens to radio broadcasts from the dying world, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) slides into the military base's lab with an unconscious Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) in his arms -- and the Slider's home coordinates recorded in the timer. In the infirmary, Dr. Jensen (Mark Kiely) confronts Quinn, jealous of his wife's feelings toward Quinn. A nurse interrupts, telling them Maggie could have died if Quinn had not intervened. The other Sliders show up, excited about the news that they can go home now. Quinn tells them that they must wait until they have finished the sliding device he promised in order to save some of these people. An argument erupts, with Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) accusing Quinn of never thinking of the rest of the group.

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    • EPISODE 18

    Sole Survivors

    The Sliders land in an eerie, dark alley, stumbling across dead bodies. Examining the corpses, they find a half-eaten body and determine it was devoured by other humans. Suddenly, one of the dead comes to life and bites Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) on the leg. Seeking shelter, the Sliders' progress is slowed by Quinn, whose injured leg needs medical attention. They come to a brightly-lit warehouse surrounded by an electric fence. Desperate to find protection from the zombies, Quinn risks electrocution and discovers that the power to the fence is off. As they climb the fence, another zombie attacks Quinn.

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    The Sliders land in an eerie, dark alley, stumbling across dead bodies. Examining the corpses, they find a half-eaten body and determine it was devoured by other humans. Suddenly, one of the dead comes to life and bites Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) on the leg. Seeking shelter, the Sliders' progress is slowed by Quinn, whose injured leg needs medical attention. They come to a brightly-lit warehouse surrounded by an electric fence. Desperate to find protection from the zombies, Quinn risks electrocution and discovers that the power to the fence is off. As they climb the fence, another zombie attacks Quinn.

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    • EPISODE 19

    The Breeder

    As the Sliders escape from a jungle world where flying parasites are swarming over them, Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) is attacked by one. Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) rips it away, and they slide to the next world, where Maggie collapses with green foam bubbling from her mouth. Paramedics soon arrive on the scene, blasting Maggie's body with frozen nitrogen. Now in suspended animation, they take her away to a hospital. Upon arriving at the hospital, the group finds that Dr. Sylvius (Dawnn Lewis) has been put in charge of the frozen Maggie. She shows them Maggie's x-ray, revealing something in her stomach.

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    As the Sliders escape from a jungle world where flying parasites are swarming over them, Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) is attacked by one. Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) rips it away, and they slide to the next world, where Maggie collapses with green foam bubbling from her mouth. Paramedics soon arrive on the scene, blasting Maggie's body with frozen nitrogen. Now in suspended animation, they take her away to a hospital. Upon arriving at the hospital, the group finds that Dr. Sylvius (Dawnn Lewis) has been put in charge of the frozen Maggie. She shows them Maggie's x-ray, revealing something in her stomach.

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    • EPISODE 20

    The Last of Eden

    Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) snaps awake from a nightmare about hideous creatures. Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) coaxes her to re-tell the story, when Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) was still with them. At night, a creature -- human-like, but hideous -- leaps out of the trees as a search party roams through the forest. They call off the search, figuring the creature has gone underground. The next morning, the Sliders land in the forest, Rembrandt landing in a thorny bush. Arturo helps him out, both getting scratched. Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) points out the planets, lined up in the sky: the gravitational pull must be treacherous. When they come to a clearing where they find several young families playing, the ground quakes and splits open.

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    Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) snaps awake from a nightmare about hideous creatures. Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) coaxes her to re-tell the story, when Arturo (John Rhys-Davies) was still with them. At night, a creature -- human-like, but hideous -- leaps out of the trees as a search party roams through the forest. They call off the search, figuring the creature has gone underground. The next morning, the Sliders land in the forest, Rembrandt landing in a thorny bush. Arturo helps him out, both getting scratched. Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) points out the planets, lined up in the sky: the gravitational pull must be treacherous. When they come to a clearing where they find several young families playing, the ground quakes and splits open.

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    • EPISODE 21

    The Other Slide of Darkness

    A man wearing a gas mask picks flowering plants from a foggy forest, when he is set upon by a group of the natives. They cut the hose, and watch him die, gasping. Shortly, the Sliders land in the forest and all but Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) start coughing and gasping. She leads them out of the fog, which ends at the forest line. Deep within the fog, the natives, accompanied by Colonel Rickman (Neil Dickson), watch their struggle. Later, when Maggie returns from exploring the fog, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) berates her for leaving the group and demands that she stay with the team. They enter a nearby rustic town, inhabited by a simple, unmodern people and they encounter Adra (Oona Hart), a blind seer, as she reads tarot cards. When she touches Quinn's face, she gets a vision -- he is a sacrificial victim for the natives -- and warns them to leave town.

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    A man wearing a gas mask picks flowering plants from a foggy forest, when he is set upon by a group of the natives. They cut the hose, and watch him die, gasping. Shortly, the Sliders land in the forest and all but Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) start coughing and gasping. She leads them out of the fog, which ends at the forest line. Deep within the fog, the natives, accompanied by Colonel Rickman (Neil Dickson), watch their struggle. Later, when Maggie returns from exploring the fog, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) berates her for leaving the group and demands that she stay with the team. They enter a nearby rustic town, inhabited by a simple, unmodern people and they encounter Adra (Oona Hart), a blind seer, as she reads tarot cards. When she touches Quinn's face, she gets a vision -- he is a sacrificial victim for the natives -- and warns them to leave town.

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    • EPISODE 22

    Slither

    On a world where California is part of Mexico, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) and Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) take a "vacation" to Zamora. When they are bumped from their flight back, they luck onto a plane chartered by Kyra (Julie St. Claire). As they takeoff, a military Jeep chases them, shooting at the plane. In flight to Los Angeles (now called Delgado), Kyra tells them the crates she's transporting contain two poisonous tri-adders, whose venom will be used to cure diseases. When one of the snakes slips out of its crate and kills the pilot, the plane crashes into the jungle. Against Rembrandt's wishes, Kyra insists they take the other tri-adder, still in its case, as they head for civilization.

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    On a world where California is part of Mexico, Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) and Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) take a "vacation" to Zamora. When they are bumped from their flight back, they luck onto a plane chartered by Kyra (Julie St. Claire). As they takeoff, a military Jeep chases them, shooting at the plane. In flight to Los Angeles (now called Delgado), Kyra tells them the crates she's transporting contain two poisonous tri-adders, whose venom will be used to cure diseases. When one of the snakes slips out of its crate and kills the pilot, the plane crashes into the jungle. Against Rembrandt's wishes, Kyra insists they take the other tri-adder, still in its case, as they head for civilization.

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    • EPISODE 23

    Dinoslide

    The Sliders land in a gypsy village, to find several comatose or dead victims. Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) realizes Rickman is acting desperately, and they follow him to a world they've visited before -- the world Maggie's people arrived in to escape the destruction of their world. Upon arrival, they encounter huge, plant-eating dinosaurs. Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) is excited about the dinosaurs, but Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) is more excited that he will once again see Malcolm, the boy whose life he saved. They soon see a wrecked jeep, and then the refugees' empty camp, and a drawing -- by Malcolm -- of a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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    The Sliders land in a gypsy village, to find several comatose or dead victims. Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) realizes Rickman is acting desperately, and they follow him to a world they've visited before -- the world Maggie's people arrived in to escape the destruction of their world. Upon arrival, they encounter huge, plant-eating dinosaurs. Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) is excited about the dinosaurs, but Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) is more excited that he will once again see Malcolm, the boy whose life he saved. They soon see a wrecked jeep, and then the refugees' empty camp, and a drawing -- by Malcolm -- of a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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    • EPISODE 24

    Stoker

    As a packed crowd waits for the Gothic band Stoker to take the stage, a stagehand introduces a lovely girl, Mina (Leslie Monique Soule), to the band. The lead singer, Morgan (Ryan Alosio), takes her to the side and buries his fangs in her neck. Later, out in the crowd gathered for the performance, Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) watches the band. In the morning, Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) suggests that they split up to find Rickman (Neil Dickson); Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) agrees, though he's curious about all the missing girls in this city. They leave Wade, who wants to sleep late.

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    As a packed crowd waits for the Gothic band Stoker to take the stage, a stagehand introduces a lovely girl, Mina (Leslie Monique Soule), to the band. The lead singer, Morgan (Ryan Alosio), takes her to the side and buries his fangs in her neck. Later, out in the crowd gathered for the performance, Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) watches the band. In the morning, Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) suggests that they split up to find Rickman (Neil Dickson); Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) agrees, though he's curious about all the missing girls in this city. They leave Wade, who wants to sleep late.

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    • EPISODE 25

    This Slide of Paradise

    The Sliders land in the ocean, and swim to the nearby beach, where they realize California has become a chain of islands. They enter the dense undergrowth, feeling that something is watching them. They're right: something chases them. They evade the vaguely-human creature, then it leaps on Quinn (Jerry O'Connell). Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) grabs a rock and knocks it out. Hearing more growls, they rush off. Elsewhere in the jungle, Rickman (Neil Dickson) sneaks up on a half-human creature and plunges a needle into its neck. He then injects himself, taking on the hybrid's features.

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    The Sliders land in the ocean, and swim to the nearby beach, where they realize California has become a chain of islands. They enter the dense undergrowth, feeling that something is watching them. They're right: something chases them. They evade the vaguely-human creature, then it leaps on Quinn (Jerry O'Connell). Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) grabs a rock and knocks it out. Hearing more growls, they rush off. Elsewhere in the jungle, Rickman (Neil Dickson) sneaks up on a half-human creature and plunges a needle into its neck. He then injects himself, taking on the hybrid's features.

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