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SLIDERS FAQ: EPISODE GUIDE
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This Episode Guide is Part 2 of the three part SLIDERS Frequently Asked
Questions posting. All three parts can be found on the Usenet newsgroups
alt.tv.sliders, alt.tv.sliders.creative, rec.arts.sf.tv, alt.answers,
rec.answers, and news.answers.

The latest version of this FAQ is available via FTP from:
ftp://rtfm.mit.edu//pub/usenet-by-group/alt.tv.sliders/

A version of this document also exists on the World Wide Web at
the URL: http://www.brillig.com/sliders/

Please send additions, questions, comments, and corrections to this FAQ to
Ed Hall at edh...@brillig.com. Thanks!

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FIRST SEASON EPISODES
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Episode Production First
Number Number Episode Name Aired
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1. SL-101 Pilot, part 1 3/22/95
2. SL-102 Pilot, part 2 3/22/95
3. SL-105 Fever 3/29/95
4. SL-106 Last Days 4/ 5/95
5. SL-104 Prince of Wails 4/12/95
6. SL-103 Summer Of Love 4/19/95
7. SL-108 Eggheads 4/26/95
8. SL-107 The Weaker Sex 5/ 3/95
9. SL-109 The King Is Back 5/10/95
10. SL-110 Luck Of The Draw 5/17/95

A number of episodes during SLIDERS' first season were shown out of order as
can be seen by the ordering of the episode's production numbers above.

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1. Pilot, part 1 (episode SL-101; first aired 3/22/95)

The Sliders travel to an Earth where a natural disaster has turned San
Francisco into an ice world. (Part 1 of 2) -Fox

A physics accident sends student Quinn Mallory and his trio of companions on
an interdimensional roller-coaster ride to an apocalyptic San Francisco.
Part 1 of two. -TV Guide

Teleplay by: Tracy Torme
Story by: Tracy Torme and Robert K. Weiss
Directed by: Andy Tennant
Music by: Dennis McCarthy

Guest Starring:
Linda Henning as Mrs. Mallory
Joseph A. Wapner as Commissar Wapner
Doug Llewelyn as Comrade Llewelyn
Garwin Sanford as Doc

Featuring:
Roger R. Cross Wilkins
Yee Jee Tso Wing
Frank C. Turner Crazy Kenny
Gary Jones Michael Hurley
John Novak Ross J. Kelley/Interrogator
Don MacKay Artie Field
Alex Bruhanski Pavel Kurlienko
Jay Brazeau KGB Colonel
Andrew Kavadas Vendor
Sook Yin Lee Pal
Wayne Cox Sentry*
Raoul Ganee Sentry
Tom Butler Michael Mallory

"Cry Like a Man" by Tracy Torme and Paul Kelly
Arranged by Hummie Mann

* Wayne Cox is listed as "PBS Spokesman" in the credits for part two of the
Pilot. I suspect that "Sentry" is incorrect. -Ed

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2. Pilot, part 2 (episode SL-102; first aired 3/22/95)

The adventurers land on an Earth where communism rules and Wade's counterpart
is a rebel leader fighting for democracy. -Fox

Conclusion. After a narrow escape from an icy death, the Sliders find
themselves in a Soviet-ruled U.S., where their only hope of escape is to free
an imprisoned revolutionary. -TV Guide

Teleplay by: Tracy Torme
Story by: Tracy Torme and Robert K. Weiss
Directed by: Andy Tennant
Music by: Dennis McCarthy

Guest Starring:
Linda Henning as Mrs. Mallory
Joseph A. Wapner as Commissar Wapner
Doug Llewelyn as Comrade Llewelyn
Garwin Sanford as Doc

Featuring:
Roger R. Cross Wilkins
Yee Jee Tso Wing
Frank C. Turner Crazy Kenny
Gary Jones Michael Hurley
John Novak Ross J. Kelley/Interrogator
Don MacKay Artie Field
Alex Bruhanski Pavel Kurlienko
Jay Brazeau KGB Colonel
Andrew Kavadas Vendor
Sook Yin Lee Pal
Wayne Cox PBS Spokesman
Raoul Ganee Sentry
Tom Butler Michael Mallory

"Cry Like a Man" by Tracy Torme and Paul Kelly
Arranged by Hummie Mann

As noted above, the pilot was originally aired as a single, two hour episode.
This is how TV Guide described the original airing of the pilot:

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 alternate Earths. In the
opener, they find themselves in a Soviet-ruled U.S., where their only hope
of escape is to free an imprisoned revolutionary. -TV Guide

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3. Fever (episode SL-105; first aired 3/29/95)

The Sliders visit an Earth where antibiotics haven't yet been discovered and
a deadly epidemic is decimating the population. -Fox

When Wade is infected with a deadly virus on an Earth wracked by an epidemic,
Rembrandt and Arturo race to find a cure and free Quinn from a Gestapo-like
health agency. -TV Guide

Written by: Ann Powell and Rose Schacht
Directed by: Mario Azzopardi
Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Guest Starring:
Ken Pogue as Dr. Morton
Allison Hossack as Dr. Eileen Stanley

With:
Yee Jee Tso as Wing
Alex Bruhanski as Pavel Kurlienko
Marie Stillin as Waitress
William Sasso as Gomez Calhoun
Dean Haglund as Stock Boy
David L. Gordon as Tactical Moonsuit
William MacDonald as Medical Moonsuit
James Bell as Trucker
James Timmins as Pharmacist
Gavin Cross as The Sick Man

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4. Last Days (episode SL-106; first aired 4/5/95)

The Sliders travel to a chaotic Earth on the verge of being destroyed by a
meteor. -Fox

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. -TV Guide

Written by: Dan Lane
Directed by: Michael Keusch
Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Guest Starring:
Jason Gaffney as Conrad Bennish Jr.
Jennifer Hetrick as Caroline Fontaine
George Touliatos as Dr. Lee Antonovich

With:
Gerry Nairn as Mace Moon
Malcolm Stewart as Alan Fontaine
Carlton Watson as Reverend
Robin Palmer as Nurse Pamela
Patrick Stevenson as Jimmy
Hidalgo Rubin as Driver
Jacqueline Dandenaeu as Metermaid
Norma Wick as News Anchor
Brian Arnold as Science Correspondent
Mike Dobson as Policeman

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5. Prince of Wails (episode SL-104; first aired 4/12/95)

Landing in the pre-Revolution United States, the Sliders encounter Arturo's
double, a sheriff planning a royal execution. -Fox

In the British States of America--a place where England won the Revolutionary
War--the Sliders are embroiled in an assassination plot involving the heir to
the throne and an evil Sheriff of San Francisco. -TV Guide

Written by: Lee Goldberg and William Rabkin
Directed by: Felix Alcala
Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Guest Starring:
Ben Bode as Prince Harold
Sherman Howard as Hendrick
Liz Sheridan as Miss Miller
Kathleen Duborg as Rebecca
Gary Jones as Michael Hurley

Co-Starring:
Gerard Plunkett as Driver
Chris Humpheys as Raider #1

With:
Tracey Olson as Dixon Vallely
Bernie Coulson as Raider #2
David Kaye as Reporter #1
Jaylene Hamilton as Reporter #2

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6. Summer Of Love (episode SL-103; first aired 4/19/95)

Landing in 1960s Earth, Rembrandt and Wade are mistaken for gods; Arturo and
Quinn, for opponents of President Oliver North. -Fox

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. -TV Guide

Written by: Tracy Torme
Directed by: Mario Azzopardi
Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Guest Starring:
Deborah Lacey as Sharon Brown
Arther Reggie III as ???
Jason Gaffney as Conrad Bennish Jr.

Co-Starring:
Gerry Nairn as Mace Moon
Michele Goodger as Copeland

With:
Robert Lee as Harold Yenn
Barry Pepper as Skid
Ajay Karah as Seeker
Richard Leacock as Tremelo
Gabrielle Miller as Fling
Joy Coghill as Mrs. Tweak
Mike Dobson as First Policeman
Joanna Piros as Newscaster

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7. Eggheads (episode SL-108; first aired 4/26/95)

The Sliders land where intellectuals are as famous as athletes; a gangster
mistakes Quinn for his double. -Fox

While Quinn struggles with fame in a world where intellectuals are more
popular than pro athletes, Arturo tries for a reconciliation with a long-lost
love. -TV Guide

Teleplay by: Scott Smith Miller
Story by: Scott Smith Miller & Jacob Epstein
Directed by: Timothy Bond
Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Guest Starring:
Charles Cyphers as Coach Almquist
Peter Spellos as Jimmy Fountain
Gabrielle Rose as Kristina Fox Arturo

Special Guest Appearances by:
Rick Garcia as Referee
Tom Jackson as Color Commentator
Ron Pitts as Play-by-Play Announcer

Co-Starring:
Andrew Guy as Wilson
Karen Austin as Lydia
William B. Davis as Professor Myman

Featuring:
Roman Danylo as Boyer
Johnny Mah as Victor
Rachel Hayward as Karen
Anthony Harrison as Agent Cannon
Marc Baur as Agent O'Malley
Sheelah Megill as Mrs. Dana Bingham
Colin Warner as Harvard Captain
Bentley Mitchum as M.I.T. Player
Mark Poyser as Rapper Leader
Carl Hibbert as Rapper #1
Michael McMillian as Rapper #2
Amanda O'Leary as Librarian

This episode was originally titled "Genius" but the name was changed to
"Eggheads" prior to being aired.

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8. The Weaker Sex (episode SL-107; first aired 5/3/95)

The Sliders travel to an Earth where men are considered second class. -Fox

Arturo finds himself in a potentially deadly mayoral race in a world where
men are treated as "The Weaker Sex" and women hold the positions of power and
respect. -TV Guide

Written by: Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin
Directed by: Vern Gillum
Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Guest Starring:
Sara Botsford as Mayor Anita Ross
Robert Curtis-Brown as Danny Eizenbach
Jill Teed as Serena Braxton

Co-Starring:
Alf Humpheys as Pete
Andrew Wheeler as Ken
Liza Huget as Lois
Peter Kelamis as Glenn
Douglas Sills as Ed
Joe Maffei as Bernie
Teresa Barnwell as Hillary Clinton
Tamara Stanners as Jeanie Moses
Leigh Morrow as Anchor Woman
Peg Christopherson as Female Shopper

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9. The King Is Back (episode SL-109; first aired 5/10/95)

Rembrandt plans to assume the life of his double, the king of rock and roll,
on an Earth where the Sliders are treated like royalty. -Fox

It looks like "The King Is Back" when Rembrandt is mistaken for a long-
deceased rock legend, but an old enemy would like to see the Crying Man
disappear again--permanently. -TV Guide

Written by: Tracy Torme
Directed by: Vern Gillum
Music by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Guest Starring:
Chuck McCann as Captain Jack Brim
Clinton Derricks-Carroll as Alternate Rembrandt
Tom Pickett as Maurice Fish

Special Guest Appearance by:
Eadie Del Rubio
Elena Del Rubio
Milly Del Rubio as The Del Rubio Sisters

Co-starring:
Janet Kent as Lawyer
Michelle T. Carter as Penny Jensen
Sheri-D Wilson as secretary

Featuring:
William Sasso as Gomez Calhoun
Judith Maxie as Charmange
Nicholas Harrison as Nick
Peter Hanlon as Expert Analyzer
Richard Ihara as Judge
Tyler Van Blankenstein as First Kid

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10. Luck Of The Draw (Season Finale) (episode SL-110; first aired 5/17/95)

On a seemingly perfect Earth, Wade wins the lottery; then Quinn learns the
real purpose of the contest. -Fox

Wade finds that she has money to burn when she wins the lottery in a
seemingly utopian world, but she soon discovers that her silver cloud has a
very dark lining. -TV Guide

Written by: Jon Povill
Directed by: Les Landau
Music by: Dennis McCarthy
Theme by: Mark Mothersbaugh

Guest Starring:
Nicholas Lea as Ryan
Cynthia "Alex" Datcher as Julianne Murphy
Kevin Cooney as Ken Neisser

Special Guest Appearance by:
Geoff Edwards as Himself

Co-starring:
Tim Henry as Agent Jones

With:
Mike Kopsa as Agent Wilson
Nathan Venering as Father Fergus
Walter March as Fatherly Man
Kristina Matisic as News Anchor
Ted Cole as Friendly Man
David Glyn-Jones as Elderly Man


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SECOND SEASON EPISODES
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Episode Production First
Number Number Episode Name Aired
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11. SL-203 Into the Mystic 3/ 1/96
12. SL-204 Love Gods 3/ 8/96
13. SL-207 Gillian of the Spirits 3/15/96
14. SL-205 The Good, the Bad, and the Wealthy 3/22/96
15. SL-202 El Sid 3/29/96
16. SL-201 Time Again And World 4/ 5/96
17. SL-211 In Dino Veritas 4/26/96
18. SL-210 Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome 5/ 3/96
19. SL-208 Obsession 5/24/96
20. SL-212 Greatfellas 5/31/96
21. The Young & The Relentless 6/ 7/96
22. As Times Go By
23. Invasion (season finale)

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11. Into the Mystic (episode SL-203; first aired 3/1/96)

With Quinn seriously injured from a gunshot wound, the Sliders search for a
doctor on what appears to be the strangest Earth they've yet seen. The only
one they can find is a witch doctor, who tells them about the all powerful
sorcerer who is said to have the knowledge about sliding. The sliders set out
upon a journey a la "The Wizard of Oz" to his castle beyond the Golden
Gargoyle Gate bridge to find the sorcerer in the hopes of finding their way
home on the SLIDERS season premiere -Fox

Return: The adventures of brilliant grad student Quinn Mallory and his three
reluctant companions on an interdimensional rollar-coaster ride. First up:
the intrepid quartet lands in a world mired in mysticism and superstition and
ruled by a mysterious entity known as The Sorcerer. -TV Guide

Written by: Tracy Torme
Directed by: Richard Compton
Music by: Anthony Marinelli
New Theme by: Anthony Marinelli and Stephen Graziano

Guest Stars:
Christopher Neame as Dr. Xang
Phil Fondacaro as Bounty Hunter
Hrothgar Mathews as Mr. Gale
Nicholas Lea as Ryan

With:
Mikal Dughi as Nurse
John Novak as Ross J. Kelley
Alex Bruhanski as Pavel Kurlienko
Karin Konoval as Fortune Teller
Rod Wilson as Sorcerer
Deanne Henry as Mrs. Mallory

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12. Love Gods (episode SL-204; first aired 3/8/96)

Arriving on a world where the male population has been rendered impotent by
a virus, the male sliders find themselves elevated to the status of "love
gods" by a society of women eager to repopulate the planet. -Fox

In a world where germ warfare has exterminated most of the male population,
Quinn, Rembrandt and Arturo discover that they've been pegged as runaway
"breeders," and every nation of the world wants to capture them. -TV Guide

Written by: Tony Blake and Paul Jackson
Directed by: John McPherson
Music by: Stephen Graziano

Guest Stars:
Gwynyth Walsh as Detective L. Specateli
Jennifer Nash as Diana
Georgia Emelin as Billie Jean
Jon Pennell as David

With:
Deb Podowski as O'Grady
Kathryn Anderson as Jane
Andrew Guy as Trevor Grant
Kendall Cross as Cara
D. Neil Mork as Stationary Biker
Dawn Roberts as TV Newscaster
Jane Knox as Woman #1
Jan Bailey as Woman #2
Ona Grauer as Debra
Kathleen Barr as Aussie Guard
Kamilyn Kaneko as Clerk

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13. Gillian of the Spirits (episode SL-207; first aired 3/15/96)

When Quinn is strangely separated from the other sliders, trapped alone on an
eerie astral plane, his only hope lies with Gillian, a young girl with
psychic powers--and the only one who can see and hear him. -Fox

When a bizarre accident separates Quinn from the rest of the Sliders, the
only hope for the remaining trio is to put their faith in a troubled young
girl with a history of hearing voices--and an ability to communicate with
spirits. -TV Guide

Written by: Tony Blake and Paul Jackson
Directed by: Paris Barclay
Music by: Anthony Marinelli

Guest Stars:
Deanna Milligan as Gillian
Tom Butler as Michael Mallory
Gillian Barber as Nicole

With:
Gerard Plunkett as Father Jerry
Greg Rogers as Major Phillips
William Sasso as Gomez Calhoun
Mitch Kosterman as Muscle Guy No. 1
Peter Fleming as Traffic Policeman
Sheelan Megil as Mrs. Henry
Nicole Parker as Monica
Alex Ferguson as Cab Driver
Sylvio Pollio as Guard No. 1

An early draft of this episode was called "A World Beyond."

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14. The Good, the Bad, and the Wealthy (episode SL-205; first aired 3/22/96)

In a modern world which embraces the code of the Wild West and corporate
takeovers are handled by the fast draw, Quinn is mistaken for the fastest gun
around. Now everyone in town is gunning for him. -Fox

Quinn finds himself at the center of some highly unorthodox corporate raiding
when a gunfight earns him a reputation for being quick on the draw. -TV Guide

Written by: Scott Miller
Directed by: Oscar L. Costo
Music by: Anthony Marinelli

Guest Stars:
Karen Witter as Pricilla
Jamie Denton as Jack Bullock
Kent Faulcon as Billy Rae
Keegan MacIntosh as Jamie

With:
Peter Lacroix as Sheriff
Lochlyn Munro as Billy The Kid*
Stephen Fanning as Cliff Sutter
Greg Thirloway as Hank Arnette
Barry Levy as Jed Dalton
Adrian Hughes as Deputy Joe Bob
Bark Anderson as Lonnie Skayler
Roger Barnes as Exchange Official
Jackson Cole as Poker Player
April Telek as Honey Sue
Dean Allan Hinckey as Crooner

* Both the script and a Fox press release refer to this character as Billy
"The Kid" Gates, no doubt an alternate version of our William Gates, the
CEO of Microsoft. However, the name "Gates" is not used in the episode nor
does it appear in the closing credits. Too bad.

Early drafts of this episode were called "Business as Usual" and "A Fist Full
of Stock Options."

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15. El Sid (episode SL-202; first aired 3/29/96)

Landing on a chaotic world of violence and mayhem, Quinn rescues a beautiful
young woman in distress, permanently alienating El Sid, her vicious,
pathological boyfriend. El Sid follows the Sliders to the next world and
plots revenge on our heros--only everyone's a prisoner on this Earth as San
Francisco is not what it seems. -Fox

When Quinn rescues a beautiful young woman in distress on a world ruled by
violence, her homicidal boyfriend swearing vengeance for an imagined slight,
follows the sliders through the vortex. -TV Guide

Written by: Jon Povill
Directed by: Paris Barclay
Music by: Stephen Graziano

Guest Stars:
Jeffery Dean Morgan as Sid
Rebecca Chambers as Michele
Claude Brooks as L.J.
Jed Dixon as Leo

With:
Raimund Stamm as Big Jake
Reese McBeth as Blade
Sandra P. Grant as M.S.W.
Maria Herrera as Delores
Chappelle Jaffe as Gladys
Scott Swanson as Hostage

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16. Time Again And World (episode SL-201; first aired 4/5/96)

When the Sliders land on a world and discover that everything seems to mirror
events that occurred on the last world, Wade uses the knowledge to try and
prevent a series of murders. The Sliders soon find themselves in the middle
of a dangerous and mysterious plot. -Fox

Wade witnesses a shooting seconds before a slide, but when the vortex lands
the travelers in a parallel San Francisco just as the same murder is about to
occur, she intervenes--an action that embroils the quartet in a bizarre plot
involving a disgraced federal judge, an underground resistance movement and a
United States under martial law. -TV Guide

Written by: Jacob Epstein
Directed by: Vern Gillum
Music by: Anthony Marinelli

Guest Stars:
Rebecca Gayheart as Natalie
Garry Chalk as Lt. Graves
Gary Jones as Michael Hurley
and
George Delhoyo as Judge John Nassau

With:
Garvin Cross as Alverez
Ravinder Toor as L.C.
Barry Greene as Deitrich
Lesley Ewen as O'Neill
Jed Rees as Hipster
William Sasso as Gomez Calhoun
Tom Heaton as Rummy
Robert Metcalfe as Bartender
Alfred E. Humphreys as Family Man
Brad Loree as Driver #1
Travis MacDonald as Lowlife


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17. In Dino Veritas (episode SL-211; first aired 4/26/96)

The sliders land on a new world and are trapped in a cave, menaced by a man-
eating allosaurus that has survived since the prehistoric age. Quinn must
leave the safety of the group to go in search of the timer, which was lost
somewhere outside. -Fox

The sliders find themselves face-to-jaw with an extremely large (and angry)
beast when they lose Quinn and the timer, in a San Francisco that's been
developed as a game preserve--for dinosaurs. -TV Guide

Written by: Steve Brown
Directed by: Oscar L. Costo
Music by: Anthony Marinelli

Guest Stars:
Alessandra Petlin as the Ranger
Jack Kehler as the Poacher

With:
Brent Sheppard as Wayne Davies
Marcy Mellish as Angelica

The title of this episode is a pun on the Latin phrase "in vino veritas"
which means "there is truth in wine."

An early draft of this episode was called "Ranger, Poacher."

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18. Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome (episode SL-210; first aired 5/3/96)

The Sliders finally make it back to their own Earth, much to the delight of
all but Quinn. When Rembrandt's musical career skyrockets, Wade publishes her
diary and Arturo becomes famous for his invention, it's up to Quinn to prove
that something is very wrong. -Fox

The Sliders finally land in the one place that none of them wants to leave--
home--but Quinn is the only one that has doubts about their good fortune.
Meanwhile, Arturo hatches a plan to use Quinn's discoveries to win a Nobel
prize. -TV Guide

Written by: Nan Hagen
Directed by: Adam Nimoy
Music by: Stephen Graziano

Guest Stars:
Kristoffer Tabori as Dr. Whelan
Stacy Grant as Miss Vonbaeck

With:
Don MacKay as Artie Field
Deanne Henry as Mrs. Mallory
Carlton Watson as Sebastian Smith
Tom Picket as Leroy Hopkins
Brian Arnold as Barry King
Linda Ko as Tanika
Tina Klassen as Miss Jennings
Mike Mitchell as Guard

An early draft of this episode was called "Our So-Called Lives."

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19. Obsession (episode SL-208; first aired 5/24/96)

Wade meets the man of her dreams, only to discover he is obsessed with her
and has the power to prevent any attempt at escape. -Fox

When the quartet slides into a society dominated by psychics, Wade meets the
man of her dreams who happens to be next in line for the position of Prime
Oracle, the most powerful person in the world. -TV Guide

Teleplay by: Jon Povill
Story by: Jon Povill & Steve Brown
Directed by: Colin Bucksey
Music by: Stephen Graziano

Guest Cast:
James Patrick Stuart as Derek Bond
Heather Hanson as Dominique
Isaac Hayes as the Prime Oracle

With:
Malcolm Stewart as Regent
Sandra P. Grant as Melanie
Paul McGillion as First Officer
Hiro Kanagawa as Henry
Gillian Carfra as Young Woman

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20. Greatfellas (episode SL-212; first aired 5/31/96)

In a San Francisco dominated by rival gangster families, the Sliders are
accidentally thrust into a turf war--and the Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown of
this world is the Feds No. 1 crimebuster. -Fox

In a U.S. where Prohibition was never repealed, the Sliders find themselves
embroiled in a vicious struggle among warring organized-crime families,
corrupt government officials and dedicated G-men--one of whom looks exactly
like Rembrandt. -TV Guide

Written by: Steve Miller

Guest Cast:
Mel Torme as himself
Clinton Derricks-Carroll as Rembrandt 2
Sarah Strange as Leah Greenfield
Donnelly Rhodes as Ben Greenfeld
Benjamin Ratner as Tommy Greenfeld
William Sasso as Gomez Calhoun
Joe Maffei as Gallo Patriarch
Venus Terzo as June
Bryon Lucas as John
Jano Frandsen as Joseph Biacchi
Ted Cole as Agent Reid

Early drafts of this episode were called "Gangland" and "Gangster World."

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21. The Young & The Relentless (first aired 6/7/96)

Written by: Tony Blake and Paul Jackson
Directed by: Richard Compton

Quinn finds himself on the trail of his double's murderer when the Sliders
land in a world where Wade and Quinn's counterparts are corporate executives
up to their ears in a shady computer-software deal. -TV Guide

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22. As Times Go By

Written by: Steve Brown
Directed by: Richard Compton

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23. Invasion (Season Finale)

Written by: Tracy Torme
Directed by: Richard Compton

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COLOPHON
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The Sliders FAQ consists of three postings:

1. Sliders FAQ: General Questions
2. Sliders FAQ: Episode Guide (this one!)
3. Sliders FAQ: Alternate Earths

These are posted on a regular basis to the alt.tv.sliders,
alt.tv.sliders.creative, rec.arts.sf.tv, alt.answers, rec.answers, and
news.answers newsgroups.

The latest version of this FAQ is available via FTP from:
ftp://rtfm.mit.edu//pub/usenet-by-group/alt.tv.sliders/

The HTML version of these documents can be found at:
http://www.brillig.com/sliders/

Comments, suggestions, and contributions are always welcomed by the
maintainer of this FAQ:

Ed Hall (edh...@brillig.com)

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