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Quinn Mallory (Character)
from "Sliders" (1995)

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"Sliders: The Guardian (#3.4)" (1996)
Quinn Mallory: My name isn't Jim. It's Quinn.

Prof. Maximilian Arturo: You're sure you won't change your mind and come to the opera with us?
Quinn Mallory: I don't have a tux.
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: You can have mine.

Quinn Mallory: It's so bizarre. It's like looking back in time.
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: Look, Mr. Mallory. But don't touch.

Heather Hanley: Why so much interest in Quinn?
Quinn Mallory: I can identify with him, that's all.
Heather Hanley: Does that mean that you went through something like this when you were Quinn's age?
Quinn Mallory: You could say that, yeah.

Quinn Mallory: I never cried. I kept pushing ahead, forcing my feelings down.

Young Quinn Mallory: I just wish you could stay.
Quinn Mallory: Just remember, Quinn. I'll always be with you.
[touching his heart]
Quinn Mallory: Right here.


"Sliders: Double Cross (#3.2)" (1996)
[Logan has just managed to track the Sliders down at a bar]
Logan St. Claire: Don't look so surprised; you know I could track wormholes. Now give me the coordinates
[tosses Quin her slider timer]
Logan St. Claire: I need so I can return objects without burning them up or
[whips a gun out and points it at Wade]
Logan St. Claire: else I kill her! I have 30 seconds here! Import the coordinates now!
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: [steps in front of Wade] Don't bother, Quinn. Without those coordinates, she's stuck here. And heaven knows what they do to killers here.
Logan St. Claire: Don't test me, I'll just take my chance with a good lawyer.
Quinn Mallory: It's done!
[opens portal up]
Logan St. Claire: We'll just see! Come on! Let's go!
Quinn Mallory: I gave you what you wanted! Now let me and my friends go!
Logan St. Claire: *I have to be sure!*
Quinn Mallory: No, Logan, this time you're on your own!
[throws her timer in the portal]
Logan St. Claire: [starts getting sucked in] Nooooooooooooo!
[fires her gun. A bullet shoots straight towards Wade's head but slows and then gets damaged and sucked back towards the portal]
Logan St. Claire: [as she's sucked in] I'll get you for this, Quinn! It's not over! You haven't seen the last of me!
[Logan's sucked in and the portal closes]
Wade Welles: Did you give her the correct coordinates?
Quinn Mallory: No... I programmed a random set for a different dimension.
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: So she's lost out there, like us.
Quinn Mallory: [Quinn nods] Yeah, but she said something about tracking wormholes... We going to run into her again?
[Quinn just looks at the camera without answering as we fade to black and end credits]

Quinn Mallory: Do you know where we could get a hot dog?
Bio Mash Vendor: From the dictionary.

Quinn Mallory: What dark corner of our soul did you crawl out of?


"Sliders: Pilot (#1.1)" (1995)
Wade Welles: You mean that we can just like... slide through this and boom, we're on another planet?
Quinn Mallory: No. Same planet, different dimension.

Prof. Maximilian Arturo: Bad dream?
Quinn Mallory: I was down in the basement. My mother came looking for me. No matter what I did, she couldn't see me. She's lost Dad, now me.
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: You're not lost. You're just misplaced.

[last lines]
Michael Mallory: Hey. Did I miss anything?
Quinn Mallory: Hello... Dad.
Michael Mallory: What's the matter, son? You look like you've seen a ghost.


"Sliders: Murder Most Foul (#3.13)" (1997)
Quinn Mallory: It's locked.
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: Then I'll use my key.
[kicks the door open]

Prof. Maximilian Arturo: Where the devil are we, Mr. Mallory?
Quinn Mallory: On our way out, Mr. Doyle.
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: Doyle?
Quinn Mallory: Uh... Professor.
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: Are you losing your marbles, my boy?

[last lines]
Quinn Mallory: Sure you wanna come with us, Trevor? I know I promised you but I can't promise to bring you home. It'll mean leaving your family, all your friends behind...
Trevor: Nah. I'd miss my folks too much. And I've still got two weeks left of play. I'd like to go. Maybe I'll build my own jumper-slider gizmo one day.
Quinn Mallory: I bet you can. Just make sure of your home coordinates.
[slides]
Trevor: One day I'm gonna come find you guys.


"Sliders: State of the A.R.T. (#3.11)" (1996)
Wade Welles: I hate to say it, but...
Quinn Mallory, Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown, Prof. Maximilian Arturo: "I've got a bad feeling about this place."

Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: I'm sorry I'm not carryin' my weight sometimes.
Quinn Mallory: What're you talkin' about; you always carry your weight. There's so many times where if you hadn't been there, I don't know if I'd be here today.
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: Yeah, sure.
Quinn Mallory: I'm serious, man. We've been in some serious situations, and I felt sure we would've bought it and then, bang - Remmy pops up. Maybe you don't realize how lucky we are to have you along for this ride. But I do. And I know the others do too.

Quinn Mallory: [Quinn used multiple thoughts to distract the robot which his brain was going to be transferred into; it started singing "Cry Like a Man"] It's the only song I could think of.


"Sliders: The Fire Within (#3.8)" (1996)
Quinn Mallory: What the hell was that place?
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: Maybe it *was* Hell.
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: The hell it was.

Wade Welles: How do you talk to a fire?
Quinn Mallory: Maybe with a spectrometer.


"Sliders: Luck of the Draw (#1.9)" (1995)
Wade Welles: What if I wanted to give my money to the poor?
Ken Neisser: Unfortunately, the last poor person won the Lottery herself, about six months ago.
Quinn Mallory: What's the deal with this white card?
Ken Neisser: Very simple. You show it to any merchant, he gives you whatever you wish, you cannot be turned down. It's society's way of saying thanks.
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: Damn, girl. Some people have all the luck!
Quinn Mallory: Thanks... for what?
Ken Neisser: Thanks for playing the Lottery. What else?

Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: The more you take, the better your chances? These odds I like!
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: I'd be very careful, Mr. Brown. We know nothing of this world. I suggest we take no more than we see other people taking.
Quinn Mallory: He's right. "When in Rome."
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: Yeah, I played Rome in '83. Rome's expensive as hell.


"Sliders: Into the Mystic (#2.1)" (1996)
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: How are you feeling?
Quinn Mallory: Like if I died nobody would care.

Quinn Mallory: My other self is so vital. He's *living* his life. That's what I'm gonna do from now on. It's a liberation from which I can never repay you. But I'm still gonna try, by sending you home.


"Sliders: Slide Like an Egyptian (#3.14)" (1997)
Michael Mallory: It's not your time, Quinn.
Quinn Mallory: But I don't wanna go back yet, I wanna be with you.
Michael Mallory: Have faith, son. We'll be together someday.
Quinn Mallory: I don't know how to get home. Please, help me.
Michael Mallory: [going] Remember, if you can touch it you can catch it.
Quinn Mallory: No. Don't leave me again.
Michael Mallory: I love you, son. I always will.
[tosses the football back to him]


"Sliders: To Catch a Slider (#5.15)" (1999)
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: What do any of you know about knockin' over a jewelry store?
Quinn 'Mallory' Mallory: Well, actually...
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: I don't wanna hear it.


"Sliders: The Weaker Sex (#1.7)" (1995)
Quinn Mallory: Congratulations, Professor. You just hit on the mayor.


"Sliders: Electric Twister Acid Test (#3.3)" (1996)
Wade Welles: I told you we'd never finish the run before the timer hit zero.
Quinn Mallory: So much for makin' a quick ten grand.
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: It's probably just as well. The way Mr. Brown was driving, Ah, we'd all have died and then disqualified.
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: Oh, yeah, well, who kept yelling in my ear "Faster, faster"?


"Sliders: Greatfellas (#2.10)" (1996)
Quinn Mallory: Even the movie critics are afraid of being critical.


"Sliders: Season's Greedings (#3.12)" (1996)
Quinn Mallory: I looked up a few other employees' files and they've all got huge credit lines from a company called Crescent Vista Funding. Carol's in for over six figures.
Wade Welles: But why would a company loan money to people who couldn't pay it back?
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: Oh, they will, Miss Welles. They will... with high interest over the entire course of their life. Slavery is another word for it.


"Sliders: Summer of Love (#1.5)" (1995)
Mrs. Ezra Tweak: Ever spit on the flag?
Prof. Maximillian P. Arturo: Certainly not!
Quinn Michael Mallory: I-I-I-I'd never do a thing like that.
Mrs. Ezra Tweak: How do you feel about the war?
Quinn Michael Mallory: We - don't - follow it much. We have no opinion.
Mrs. Ezra Tweak: [Mouse trap clucks] I see - so you'd have me believe you are real non-political types, right? I won't allow any sympathizing under my roof, understand? This fight ain't just with the Aussies, if South Australia falls, it's jump a hop, skip and a jump to our shores.
Quinn Michael Mallory: Well, we can't have that. Boomerangs and kangaroos everywhere? What a nightmare!


"Sliders: Dragonslide (#3.7)" (1996)
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: How are you feeling, my boy?
Quinn Mallory: For someone who just got stabbed, not bad.


"Sliders: Sole Survivors (#3.18)" (1997)
Quinn Mallory: [of the plant-filled room] It's like Bennish's room back in college.


"Sliders: The Other Slide of Darkness (#3.21)" (1997)
[Quinn is in a cage and has one of his has one of his primitive captors by the throat]
Quinn: Let me out of this cage, or I'll kill you.
Dark Quinn: You're not a killer. Not yet.
[Quinn releases the native]
Dark Quinn: You're almost there. You shouldn't have stopped, though. To die in the hands of a god; that's what they want. That's what we all want.
Quinn: You let these people worship you?
Dark Quinn: Now I know I'm right.
Quinn: You're exploiting them. They see you vortex in, of course they're gonna think you're a god. You can't use it like this.
Dark Quinn: Being worshipped means nothing to me. This has to do with our salvation.
Quinn: Our salvation?
Dark Quinn: Hard to believe you've been sliding almost as long as I have.
Quinn: What do you know about me?
Dark Quinn: Three years ago, on your home world, I gave you the final part of the equation. Without me, you would never be here.
Quinn: That can't be you. No one could change that much.
Dark Quinn: Strip your friends away. Slide alone, like I have... you'd be just like me. Here I am: the undeniably horrible, the unimaginable disgusting proof that I'm you without your friends.
[Maggie screams in the distance]
Quinn: What are you going to do with her?
Dark Quinn: It's a simple equation. Much more simple than the one I solved for you. You kill me, the villagers will let you live. You do nothing, she dies.
Quinn: You're insane.
Dark Quinn: And you are weak. But I'm going to help you with that.
[walks away]
Quinn: You don't have to live like this. We slide out of here soon, slide with us!
Dark Quinn: I'll *never* slide again.