Constantly trying to get home, Quinn Mallory and his friends needed to keep their wits sharp as they ended up on various alternate Earths thanks to Quinn’s latest invention.
This week’s episode features the all too brief return of Professor Arturo as Wade and Rembrandt remember an Earth they visited that was a homage/rip off of the future from HG Wells’ “The Time Machine”.
The episode that killed Sliders for many people, The Exodus Part 2 kills off Arturo and also any hope for Sliders returning to it’s intelligent stories of Seasons 1 and 2.
It’s a big week for our Total Recall of Sliders as we are finally up to The Exodus, the two part episode that changed, and many people think ruined, Sliders forever.
A terrible episode of Sliders this week where the gang slides into a small town where the townspeople feed people to a giant worm in order to get the age defying blue goo it excretes. It’s a bad knock off of Tremors and feels like a rejected X-Files script.
The Sliders tackle a staple of alternate dimension/reality fiction this week as they arrive on an Earth where Ancient Egypt remained in power until the present day.
This week the gang tries to snap Arturo out of his fantasy of being detective Reginald Doyle in a role playing park based on Victorian England that is to help people recover from stress breakdowns on an Earth that is completely focused on business and work.
The Sliders celebrate Christmas by bringing down a corrupt mall president on an Earth where malls are more than just shopping but are homes for the workers and feature houses, schools and hospitals.
The gang arrives on an Earth where robots created by James Aldohn (special guest Robert Englund) have gone haywire and destroyed humanity.
Quinn is put on trial for a crime is double committed on this week’s Sliders but, unlike Earth Prime, judgement is handled on a game show called “The Judgement Game” where the studio audience will decide Quinn’s fate.