List of Sliders episodes
The following is a list of episodes for the Fox and Sci Fi Channel original series, Sliders. The series aired on Fox from March 1995 to May 1997 and on the Sci Fi Channel from June 1998 to February 2000. A total of 88 episodes were produced.
|DVD set||Episodes||Release date|
|Sliders: The First and Second Seasons||23||2004-08-03|
|Sliders: The Third Season||25||2005-07-19|
|Sliders: The Fourth Season||22||2008-03-25|
|Sliders: The Fifth and Final Season||18||2012-01-17|
|Sliders: The Complete Series||88||2014-12-02|
Season 1 (1995)
Fox changed the intended order of the episodes, beginning with episodes they thought would draw in audiences. This often causes confusion and sometimes chronological errors in continuity with respect to the story arc (for example, episode 5 opens with the resolution to the cliffhanger brought about in episode 6). The intended and filmed order of the episodes is as follows:
1-2. "Pilot, (Parts 1 and 2)"
6. "Summer of Love"
5. "Prince of Wails"
4. "Last Days"
8. "The Weaker Sex"
9. "The King is Back"
10. "Luck of the Draw"
|Ep#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code|
|1-2||"Pilot"||Andy Tennant||Teleplay by: Tracy Tormé
Story by: Tracy Tormé & Robert K. Weiss
|March 22, 1995||83535|
|While researching anti-gravity, brilliant grad student Quinn Mallory accidentally opens an inter-dimensional portal which sends him and three companions on a cosmic roller-coaster ride to parallel Earths, including a world where the Cold War domino theory proved true.|
|3||"Fever"||Mario Azzopardi||Ann Powell & Rose Schacht||March 29, 1995||70402|
|When Wade is infected with deadly bacteria on an Earth racked by an epidemic, Rembrandt and Arturo race to find a cure and free Quinn from a Gestapo-like health agency.|
|4||"Last Days"||Michael Keusch||Dan Lane||April 5, 1995||70404|
|The salvation of a world facing destruction by an asteroid rests in the hands of Arturo and an overzealous young scientist. Meanwhile, Quinn and Wade begin to face their feelings for each other.|
|5||"Prince of Wails"||Félix Alcalá||Lee Goldberg & William Rabkin||April 12, 1995||70403|
|In a world where Great Britain successfully suppressed the American Revolutionary War, the Sliders are embroiled in an assassination plot involving the heir to the throne and an evil Sheriff of San Francisco.|
|6||"Summer of Love"||Mario Azzopardi||Tracy Tormé||April 19, 1995||70401|
|The Sliders find themselves in a present-day San Francisco where the "Summer of Love" never ended—and Wade and Rembrandt are mistaken for extraterrestrial prophets. Oliver North is said to be President of the United States in this universe.|
|7||"Eggheads"||Timothy Bond||Teleplay by: Scott Smith Miller
Story by: Jacob Epstein & Scott Smith Miller
|April 26, 1995||70405|
|While Quinn struggles with fame in the Mindgame Tournament in a world where intellect is prized, Arturo tries for a reconciliation with a long-lost love.|
|8||"The Weaker Sex"||Vern Gillum||Dawn Prestwich & Nicole Yorkin||May 3, 1995||70406|
|Arturo finds himself in a mayoral race in a world where men are treated as "the weaker sex" and women hold the positions of power and influence. Hillary Clinton is shown as being the President of the United States.|
|9||"The King Is Back"||Vern Gillum||Tracy Tormé||May 10, 1995||70408|
|It looks like the King is back when Rembrandt is mistaken for his double, a long deceased rock legend, but an old enemy would like to see the Cryin' Man disappear again—permanently.|
|10||"Luck of the Draw"||Les Landau||Jon Povill||May 17, 1995||70409|
|Wade finds that she has money to spend when she wins the lottery in a seemingly utopian world, but she soon discovers that her silver cloud has a very dark lining.|
Season 2 (1996)
11. "Into the Mystic"
16. "Time Again and World"
15. "El Sid"
12. "Love Gods"
14. "The Good, the Bad and the Wealthy"
23. "As Time Goes By"
13. "Gillian of the Spirits"
18. "Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome"
17. "In Dino Veritas"
21. "The Young and the Relentless"
|Ep#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code|
|11||"Into the Mystic"||Richard Compton||Tracy Tormé||March 1, 1996||K0807|
|On an alternate Earth immersed in occult practices, Quinn becomes the target of a shaman who demands his brain as payment for services rendered.|
|12||"Love Gods"||John McPherson||Tony Blake & Paul Jackson||March 8, 1996||K0803|
|Quinn, Rembrandt and Arturo are tagged as runaway breeders on a world where, due to a biological weapon outbreak, men are scarce and nations are in cutthroat competition to snag fertile men to repopulate.|
|13||"Gillian of the Spirits"||Paris Barclay||Tony Blake & Paul Jackson||March 15, 1996||K0810|
|A slide gone wrong results in Quinn becoming lost in the astral plane, and the only person who can possibly help him is a girl with paranormal abilities. The world they've landed on is constrained by "anti-technology" laws that resulted from the atomic bombings on Japan, crimping Arturo's efforts to repair the timer.|
|14||"The Good, the Bad and the Wealthy"||Oscar L. Costo||Scott Smith Miller||March 22, 1996||K0805|
|Quinn's fast draw with a gun embroils him in a corporate takeover on a world where California is part of the independent republic of Texas, and securities law allows gunfighting.|
|15||"El Sid"||Paris Barclay||Jon Povill||March 29, 1996||K0802|
|Quinn rescues a woman on a war-torn world, and her boyfriend, swearing vengeance, jumps the slide.|
|16||"Time Again and World"||Vern Gillum||Jacob Epstein||April 5, 1996||K0801|
|On a world where the United States Constitution has been outlawed, the sliders attempt to preserve the world's final copy of the document and save an activist from public execution.|
|17||"In Dino Veritas"||Oscar L. Costo||Steve Brown||April 26, 1996||K0813|
|The sliders are confused with animal poachers when they land on a world where San Francisco is a preserve for dinosaurs.|
|18||"Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome"||Adam Nimoy||Nan Hagan||May 3, 1996||K0812|
|Wade, Rembrandt, and Arturo believe they have landed on Earth Prime, but Quinn has doubts. Arturo undergoes an unexpected change of character.|
|19||"Obsession"||Colin Bucksey||Teleplay by: Jon Povill
Story by: Steve Brown & Jon Povill
|May 24, 1996||K0808|
|The sliders land on a world dominated by psychics. The Prime Oracle (who is the most powerful person in the world due to his psychic powers) falls in love with Wade and attempts to keep her from sliding.|
|20||"Greatfellas"||Allan Eastman||Teleplay by: Scott Smith Miller
Story by: Sean Clark & Scott Smith Miller
|May 31, 1996||K0804|
|Rembrandt is confused with his double on a world where alcohol prohibition was never repealed and gangs dominate society. He discovers his counterpart is a federal agent.|
|21||"The Young and the Relentless"||Richard Compton||Teleplay by: T. Edward Anthony & Von Whisenhant
Story by: T. Edward Anthony & Michael X. Fernaro & Von Whisenhant
|June 7, 1996||K0814|
|Quinn impersonates his recently deceased double on a world where the young dominate society and middle-aged people are prohibited from working and are subject to curfews.|
|22||"Invasion"||Richard Compton||Tracy Tormé||June 28, 1996||K0809|
|The group arrives on a new world in the middle of an alien invasion, and learn that the invaders are the Kromaggs, sliders that can move through the gateways at will. The group slide to a World where California was settled by the French, where they are captured. They are relocated to Earth 113, and suffer interrogation.|
|23||"As Time Goes By"||Richard Compton||Steve Brown||July 12, 1996||K0806|
|The sliders get involved with doubles of the same group of people on three different worlds, including the double of a high school girlfriend of Quinn. In one of the worlds, time is moving in the opposite direction, causing them to be in prison, then taken to their arraignment before being set free.|
Season 3 (1996–1997)
Again, Fox aired this season's episodes out of order. For instance, "Double Cross" was filmed as the premiere for Season Three. In this episode, the audience learns why the Sliders will now be able to slide anywhere between San Francisco and L.A. However, Fox opted to air "Rules of the Game" first, since it was a more action-oriented episode. The proper viewing order is as follows:
25. (01) "Double Cross"
24. (02) "Rules of the Game"
33. (03) "Dead Man Sliding"
26. (04) "Electric Twister Acid Test"
27. (05) "The Guardian"
28. (06) "The Dream Masters"
29. (07) "Desert Storm"
30. (08) "Dragonslide"
31. (09) "The Fire Within"
32. (10) "The Prince of Slides"
34. (11) "State of the Art"
35. (12) "Seasons Greedings"
36. (13) "Murder Most Foul"
37. (14) "Slide Like an Egyptian"
38. (15) "Paradise Lost"
43. (16) "The Last of Eden"
39. (17) "The Exodus Part 1"
40. (18) "The Exodus Part 2"
41. (19) "Sole Survivors"
44. (20) "The Other Slide of Darkness"
42. (21) "The Breeder"
47. (22) "Stoker"
45. (23) "Slither"
46. (24) "Dinoslide"
48. (25) "This Slide of Paradise"
|Ep#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code|
|24||"Rules of the Game"||Oscar L. Costo||Josef Anderson||September 20, 1996||K1805|
|The sliders land in the middle of a real live-action war game that they must finish in order to escape.|
|25||"Double Cross"||Richard Compton||Tony Blake & Paul Jackson||September 27, 1996||K1801|
|Quinn offers to assist a scientist named Logan St. Claire fix her sliding technology in exchange for using the equipment to find his home coordinates. However, Arturo later discovers Logan does not have good intentions for the use of sliding technology.|
|26||"Electric Twister Acid Test"||Oscar L. Costo||Scott Smith Miller||October 4, 1996||K1809|
|The sliders land in a barren wasteland with bizarre electrical activity that attracts tornadoes. They are confronted by the community anti-technology, who are similar to Amish people. The chief discovers the Sliders project and he decides to keep Wade as hostage; while keeping Quinn, Arturo and Rembrandt away.|
|27||"The Guardian"||Adam Nimoy||Tracy Tormé||October 11, 1996||K1803|
|The sliders land on a world identical to Earth Prime except that the events that occurred in 1984 on Earth Prime are occurring in 1996 on this earth.|
|28||"The Dream Masters"||Jefery Levy||Teleplay by: Melinda M. Snodgrass
Story by: Scott Smith Miller & Melinda M. Snodgrass
|October 18, 1996||K1808|
|The group arrives on a world where terrorists discovered drugs that can invade people's dreams, and one of them chooses Wade as his next target. (This is the only episode with no sliding scenes.)|
|29||"Desert Storm"||Jim Johnston||Matt Dearborn||November 1, 1996||K1810|
|The sliders become involved in a struggle for control over a woman who can detect water on a desert world.|
|30||"Dragonslide"||David Livingston||Tony Blake & Paul Jackson||November 8, 1996||K1816|
|A wizard wants to capture Quinn on a world where the Mallory family has special powers.|
|31||"The Fire Within"||Jefery Levy||Josef Anderson||November 15, 1996||K1814|
|Quinn and Arturo communicate with a fire-based lifeform.|
|32||"The Prince of Slides"||Richard Compton||Eleah Horwitz||November 22, 1996||K1815|
|The sliders land on a world where men get pregnant. Rembrandt is mistakenly confused for his double and is impregnated with his double's son.|
|33||"Dead Man Sliding"||Richard Compton||Nan Hagan||November 29, 1996||K1804|
|Quinn's double is wanted for murder and Quinn is arrested instead. He is sentenced to death, and the other sliders decide that finding Quinn's double is the only way to save Quinn.|
|34||"State of the Art"||John T. Kretchmer||Teleplay by: Nan Hagan
Story by: Schuyler Kent
|December 6, 1996||K1813|
|On a world where the human population has been replaced with androids, a scientist wants to transplant Quinn and Rembrandt's brains into android hosts.|
|35||"Season's Greedings"||Richard Compton||Eleah Horwitz||December 20, 1996||K1806|
|The sliders land onto a world dominated by commercialism, and get jobs working in a giant mall two days before Christmas. They later discover that the workers are basically indentured servants, and Arturo attempts to prevent one worker from abandoning her infant child.|
|36||"Murder Most Foul"||Jeff Woolnough||David Peckinpah||January 3, 1997||K1815|
|Arturo is brainwashed into believing he is a great literary detective named Reginald Doyle (this world's equivalent of Sherlock Holmes).|
|37||"Slide Like an Egyptian"||Adam Nimoy||Scott Smith Miller||January 17, 1997||K1817|
|The group lands on a world where ancient Egypt retained slavery and Egyptian pharaoh rule has become predominant. They must escape from a pyramid while being hunted by a large scarab beetle.|
|38||"Paradise Lost"||Jim Johnston||Steven Stoliar||January 31, 1997||K1818|
|The sliders land on a world where a giant worm eats people.|
|39||"The Exodus (Part 1)"||Jim Charleston||Teleplay by: Tony Blake & Paul Jackson
Story by: John Rhys-Davies
|February 21, 1997||K1824|
|When the sliders land on an earth that is about to be destroyed by the radiation of a pulsar, a military unit forces them to help them fix their sliding technology so they can transport people to a parallel world. Guest starring Roger Daltrey as Colonel Rickman.|
|40||"The Exodus (Part 2)"||Jefery Levy||Josef Anderson and Tony Blake & Paul Jackson||February 28, 1997||K1825|
|Quinn and Maggie find an alternate earth to which they can transport 150 survivors from the previous earth; Quinn finds the coordinates of Earth Prime. However, Rickman has a hidden agenda for the survivors. This was the last show filmed with John Rhys-Davies.|
|41||"Sole Survivors"||David Peckinpah||Steven Kriozere||March 7, 1997||K1819|
|Quinn is infected with a bacterium that turns people into zombies.|
|42||"The Breeder"||Paris Barclay||Eleah Horwitz||March 14, 1997||K1823|
|Maggie is infected with a parasite that takes control of her body and attempts to find a mate.|
|43||"The Last of Eden"||Allan Eastman||Josef Anderson||March 28, 1997||K1820|
|Quinn and Wade get stuck in an underground city. This episode is flashback of Rembrandt and Wade's memories. It is an adaptation of H. G. Wells story Time Machine.|
|44||"The Other Slide of Darkness"||Jeff Woolnough||Nan Hagan & Scott Smith Miller||April 11, 1997||K1802|
|The sliders find Rickman on a superstitious world.|
|45||"Slither"||Jim Johnston||Tony Blake & Paul Jackson||April 25, 1997||K1829|
|Quinn and Rembrandt are separated from Wade and Maggie after their plane crashes in the jungle. They attempt to reunite by assisting people attempting to capture deadly snakes.|
|46||"Dinoslide"||Richard Compton||David Peckinpah||May 2, 1997||K1827|
|The sliders return to the world with the 150 survivors from The Exodus to find that it is inhabited by dinosaurs.|
|47||"Stoker"||Jerry O'Connell||Josef Anderson||May 9, 1997||K1826|
|Wade makes friends with vampire musicians who want to steal the timer. Credits include Tommy Chong and Danny Masterson.|
|48||"This Slide of Paradise"||Jim Johnston||Nan Hagan||May 16, 1997||K1828|
|Rickman and the sliders are trapped on an island with a scientist who has created a race of human-animal hybrids. The scientist is played by Michael York (see also The Island of Dr. Moreau). This is the last show in which Sabrina Lloyd is seen.|
Season 4 (1998–1999)
|Ep#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original airdate||Production code|
|49||"Genesis"||Reza Badiyi||David Peckinpah||June 8, 1998||K2801|
|Three months after being separated from Rembrandt and Wade, Quinn and Maggie return to Earth Prime to find it has been conquered by the Kromaggs.|
|50||"Prophets and Loss"||Mark Sobel||Bill Dial||June 8, 1998||K2805|
|The sliders land on a world dominated by a religion where people wish to travel to the other side through a vortex. After one of the leaders witnesses the sliders arrive on this earth, and after the sliders learn that people are being killed on this earth instead of transported to a parallel world, the timer is confiscated. Connor Trinneer guest stars.|
|51||"Common Ground"||Reza Badiyi||Chris Black||June 15, 1998||K2810|
|Maggie saves the life of a Kromagg on a world where Kromaggs are conducting experiments on humans.|
|52||"Virtual Slide"||Richard Compton||Keith Damron||June 22, 1998||K2807|
|The sliders land on a world where everyone uses virtual reality all the time.|
|53||"World Killer"||Reza Badiyi||Marc Scott Zicree||June 29, 1998||K2804|
|The sliders land on a world where Quinn's double slid the entire population except himself.|
|54||"Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?"||David Peckinpah||Teleplay by: Bill Dial & Marc Scott Zicree
Story by: Chris Black & David Peckinpah
|July 6, 1998||K2811|
|Quinn locates his brother Colin on a world significantly less advanced than Earth Prime where the society is similar to that of the Amish. Charlie O'Connell joins the cast as a regular.|
|55||"Just Say Yes"||Jefferson Kibbee||Richard Manning||July 13, 1998||K2809|
|Maggie and Colin are given drugs in a society where drug use is mandatory and people can be arrested for non-possession.|
|56||"The Alternateville Horror"||David Grossman||Chris Black||July 20, 1998||K2803|
|The Chandler Hotel appears to be haunted, but Quinn has a more scientific explanation for what's happening.|
|57||"Slidecage"||Jerry O'Connell||Marc Scott Zicree||July 27, 1998||K2815|
|Quinn and Colin attempt to slide to Kromagg Prime but end up in a slidecage designed to prevent the Kromaggs from returning to that earth.|
|58||"Asylum"||Michael Miller||Bill Dial||August 17, 1998||K2813|
|When Quinn is injured, the only one who can save him is a doctor who has been taught Kromagg healing techniques—but who is also wanted for providing assistance to the Kromaggs.|
|59||"California Reich"||Robert M. Williams, Jr.||Scott Smith Miller||August 24, 1998||K2802|
|On a racist world, Rembrandt is forced into slavery.|
|60||"The Dying Fields"||David Peckinpah||William Bigelow||August 31, 1998||K2812|
|The sliders land on a world used as a Kromagg training camp, where Kromaggs hunt humans.|
|61||"Lipschitz Live!"||Jerry O'Connell||Keith Damron||November 30, 1998||K2814|
|The sliders are separated on a world where in every public place, there is a television set showing a talk show called Lipschitz Live!. Quinn becomes a guest on the show to announce his location to the others.|
|62||"Mother and Child"||Helaine Head||Richard Manning||December 7, 1998||K2819|
|The sliders rescue a human woman and her half-human/half-Kromagg infant son.|
|63||"Net Worth"||Paul Lynch||Steven Stoliar||January 11, 1999||K2806|
|The group is separated on a world divided between computer experts and ruthless scavengers.|
|64||"Slide By Wire"||Robert A. Hudecek||Chris Black||January 18, 1999||K2820|
|Maggie's double impersonates her and slides with Quinn, Rembrandt, and Colin. Meg Foster guest stars.|
|65||"Data World"||Jerry O'Connell||Joel Metzger||March 19, 1999||K2808|
|Archibald Chandler of the Chandler Hotel turns the sliders into computer data and makes them follow his wishes. By luck Mac the hacker helps the sliders.|
|66||"Way Out West"||David Peckinpah||Teleplay by: Chris Black
Story by: Jerry O'Connell
|March 26, 1999||K2821|
|On a world resembling the "Old West", the sliders encounter Kolitar, the Kromagg from "Slidecage"|
|67||"My Brother's Keeper"||Reza Badiyi||Doug Molitor||April 2, 1999||K2816|
|Quinn is mistaken for his double's clone on a world where clones are kept as organ donors.|
|68||"The Chasm"||Robert A. Hudecek||William Bigelow||April 9, 1999||K2817|
|The sliders land in a village with technology that drains the happiness of one person to make the rest of the villagers happy.|
|69||"Roads Taken"||Jerry O'Connell||Teleplay by: Bill Dial
Story by: Marc Scott Zicree
|April 16, 1999||K2822|
|A "bubble universe" envelops Quinn and Maggie.|
|70||"Revelations"||Robert M. Williams, Jr.||Teleplay by: Bill Dial
Story by: Marc Scott Zicree
|April 23, 1999||K2823|
|After finding a science fiction novel that resembles the Kromagg Prime's conflict between the humans and Kromaggs, Quinn and Colin hope that the author can help them find Kromagg Prime and meet their birthparents. Cast includes Ken Jenkins, and Jerry Hardin guest stars as science fiction writer, Isaac Clark. Jerry and Charlie O'Connell's last episode.|
Season 5 (1999–2000)
|Ep#||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Production code|
|71||"The Unstuck Man"||Guy Magar||Story by: Keith Damron & David Peckinpah
Teleplay by: Chris Black & Bill Dial
|June 11, 1999||E0801|
|A scientist named Dr. Oberon Geiger uses Colin, Quinn and Quinn's double as guinea pigs for an experiment that combines people and parallel worlds. Joining the cast is Tembi Locke as Dr. Diana Davis, and Robert Floyd as the 'merged Quinn'.|
|72||"Applied Physics"||David R. Eagle||Chris Black||June 18, 1999||E0804|
|Diana attempts to separate Quinn and his double, while the combined version experiences violent flashbacks from Quinn's life.|
|73||"Strangers and Comrades"||Richard Compton||Keith Damron||June 25, 1999||E0809|
|The sliders land on a barren wasteland and are forced to participate in a neverending battle with the Kromaggs.|
|74||"The Great Work"||Reza Badiyi||Robert Masello||July 9, 1999||E0806|
|The sliders seek assistance from reclusive monks who later refuse to let them leave.|
|75||"New Gods for Old"||Richard Compton||David Gerrold||July 16, 1999||E0810|
|Mallory is shot with a laser beam and ends up paralyzed, and looks for help from a group of spiritual healers.|
|76||"Please Press One"||Paul Lynch||William Bigelow||July 23, 1999||E0808|
|Maggie is kidnapped by a corporate conglomerate.|
|77||"A Current Affair"||David R. Eagle||Steven Stoliar||July 30, 1999||E0805|
|A tabloid newspaper spreads a rumor that U.S. President Jefferson Williams is having an affair with Maggie.|
|78||"The Java Jive"||Jeff Woolnough||Jennifer McGinnis & Janet Saunders||August 6, 1999||E0807|
|The sliders land on a world where caffeine is outlawed.|
|79||"The Return of Maggie Beckett"||Peter Ellis||Chris Black||August 13, 1999||E0812|
|Maggie is mistaken for her astronaut double and is kidnapped by conspirators.|
|80||"Easy Slider"||David Peckinpah||Teleplay by: Tim Burns
Story by: Jennifer McGinnis & Janet Saunders
|August 20, 1999||E0813|
|On a world where gas powered vehicles are outlawed due to the pollution that they generate, Mallory becomes friends with a group of motorcycle riders.|
|81||"Requiem"||Paul Lynch||Michael Reaves||September 10, 1999||E0802|
|Rembrandt receives visions from Wade.|
|82||"Map of the Mind"||Paul Raimondi||Robert Masello||September 17, 1999||E0811|
|Diana and Mallory become trapped in a mental institution.|
|83||"A Thousand Deaths"||David Peckinpah||Keith Damron||September 24, 1999||E0815|
|The sliders arrive on a world where the local population participates in deadly arcade simulators.|
|84||"Heavy Metal"||Guy Magar||Chris Black||October 1, 1999||E0814|
|The sliders exit a vortex in the middle of the ocean, and must join the crew of a pirate ship in order to get back to California.|
|85||"To Catch a Slider"||Peter Ellis||Teleplay by: Bill Dial
Story by: Chris Black & Bill Dial
|January 14, 2000||E0816|
|The sliders must find a gem needed to repair their malfunctioning timer.|
|86||"Dust"||Reynaldo Villalobos||Teleplay by: Tim Burns & Bill Dial
Story by: Chris Black
|January 21, 2000||E0817|
|The group lands on a world where Rembrandt is regarded as a deity.|
|87||"Eye of the Storm"||David Peckinpah||Teleplay by: Chris Black
Story by: Chris Black & Eric Morris
|January 28, 2000||E0803|
|In their final encounter with Dr. Geiger, the scientist reveals that he can separate Mallory from his double Quinn.|
|88||"The Seer"||Paul Cajero||Keith Damron||February 4, 2000||E0818|
|On a world with a television program based on the sliders' adventures, a psychic predicts the sliders' fate; they die in their next slide, and he begs Rembrandt, Maggie, Diana and Mallory stay. Although once again they do not want to stay. Their timer is destroyed and they have to find another way out, but there's a catch, only one can go. Rembrant infect himself with the Kromagg killing virus, and he goes, so that he is the only one to risk death. The episode (and the entire series) ends on a cliffhanger, with the rest of the characters wondering what's Rembrandt's fate.|
- Episode titles for season one were not shown on screen; they come from production scripts.
- The episodes "Last Days" and "The Weaker Sex" are missing from Netflix's streaming service. However they are offered on Hulu and Hulu Plus accounts.
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- "Sliders: The Classic Episodes", Brad Linaweaver (1999)
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- List of Sliders episodes at the Internet Movie Database
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- Sliders (a Titles and Air Dates Guide) at the Epguides.com
- Guide in German with international episode titles