This week the guys get a fourth team member and try to solve the murder of a famous hacker.
Total Recall is back to take a look back at another TV series, this time the X-Files spin-off, The Lone Gunmen, featuring everyone’s favorite trio of conspiracy theorists.
After a bit of a hiatus, News Shotgun is back to give you a rundown of the week’s cool/interesting/exciting movie news. This week we learned that Universal Studios is closing another iconic ride, Manos is coming to Blu Ray and Starship Troopers is being remade.
Arnold provides a public service with all his DVD commentaries by describing exactly what is happening in every scene, thus eliminating any confusion you might have had. Watch him work his magic on Total Recall and Conan the Barbarian.
The final episode of Sliders for Total Recall, This Slide of Paradise features a riff on The Island of Dr. Moreau as the Sliders have their final confrontation with Rickman on an island full of human/animal hybrids.
Just in time for Halloween, the Sliders end up on an Earth where vampires exist and Wade becomes caught up in a band called Stoker, whose members are all, of course, vampires.
The Sliders chase Rickman back to the world they left the survivors of Maggie’s world on, only to find that it’s populated by dinosaurs, including a particularly vicious T-Rex.
Highlighting everything horrible that Sliders had become, “Slither” was an episode that was created simply because Fox wanted to use the show to promote Anaconda, which also happened to have Kari Wuhrer and snakes.
Taking a break from ripping off movies like Species and Tremors, Sliders this week pays homage to the Joesph Conrad classic “Heart of Darkness” as the group finally catches up to the evil Col. Rickman
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”.