Quinn returns home to discover it has been overrun by an alien race from a parallel world, and that Wade and Rembrandt are their prisoners. Can Quinn rescue his friends and restore his dimension to its original order?
A cult wants to send the Sliders to "the Other Side".
The Sliders are taken captive on a world where Kromaggs are experimenting on humans.
Maggie falls into the grip of a businessman intent on exploiting her mind through virtual reality.
Quinn meets a double whose irresponsible experiments have resulted in a devastated world.
Quinn finds his long lost brother.
Colin and Maggie find themselves on a world where drug use is compulsory.
Searching for their natural parents, Quinn and Colin become trapped. [Shot on redundant sets from Timecop , using costumes from Kevin Costner's Waterworld .]
While trying to reach Quinn's homeworld, the Sliders become trapped in limbo.
The Sliders arrive at a Garden-of-Eden world and find themselves pursued by Hu-Maggs (part human, part Kromagg) in a kill-or-be-killed game.
On this Earth, Nazism has flourished and Rembrandt is the only black person on the planet. He is taken prisoner by the racist elite.
Quinn Mallory finds himself appearing on the Jerry Springer -like Larry Lipschitz show.
Maggie double slides with the group to a technology-free world.
The Sliders become trapped as digitised versions of themselves.
Quinn is scheduled involuntarily to donate his eyes to his injured double, on a world where donors are cloned for that purpose.
A world of profound serenity threatens to tear the Sliders apart.
In the Wild West, the Sliders try to save some ranchers.
Quinn and Maggie prematurely age as the others fight to save them on a war-torn world.
Quinn and Colin finally return to their home world.