Rembrandt finds himself in a serious predicament this week when he’s mistaken for his double, the Duke of Hemmingshire, and has to take over the pregnancy from the Duchess on an Earth where America is a monarchy and there’s “shared pregnancy”.
Sliders is back this week and this time the gang is on a world where Southern California is the main source of petroleum and the gang bring a hitchhiker with them in the form of an intelligent flame.
This week, the Sliders pay homage to the fantasy genre, most notably Dragonslayer, as the slide onto an Earth where Druids and magic reign supreme.
This week, Sliders is back with an episode that gives a Sliders twist to the Mad Max/post apocalypse genre that became infamous because guest star Ken Steadman was killed during filming in a dune buggy accident.
The Sliders end up on an Earth that is facing the problem of a group called The Dream Masters, who invade and kill people in their dreams and Wade is their next target.
Probably the last great episode of Sliders, “The Guardian” finds the gang on an Earth that, due to a faster rotation, seems to be 12 years in the past.
Not even guest stars Corey Feldman and Julie Benz can save this episode of Sliders from being a cluttered mess of about four or five story ideas crammed into one.
This week the Sliders have to lock and load to survive a deadly, Running Manesque contest called The Game, where android attack dogs, soldiers and mechanical spiders are everywhere.
We kick off Season Three of Sliders with an episode that introduces us to Logan St. Clair, Quinn’s evil female double who is trying to perfect sliding for her own nefarious means.
Season Two of Sliders comes to an end as the Sliders arrive on a world where the young are in control and Quinn and Wade’s doubles are married corporate executives.