In a world where technology has been banned after the event at Hiroshima, the Sliders must find a way to fix the timer that was damaged by lightning. Quinn doesn't fully materialize and must accompany his friends in a ghost-like state in the astral plane as they run into the Bureau of Anti Technology whose real motive is to build up their technological cache. Written by
Mark D. Snyder
Did You Know?
In Fifties World, Jonas Salk
never developed the polio vaccine and the disease still ran rampant, killing thousands of people in the United States annually. One of the victims was Quinn's double. See more
While Michael Mallory is holding a gun on Arturo, the Professor explains that the slide portal will be open for 60 seconds and then close on its own. The portal actually stays open for 2:47, and more than 55 seconds have already elapsed by the time Arturo says that there are only 45 seconds left. See more
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown
If there's one thing I've learned over the years, Professor, it's that there're only two people you trust to keep secrets.That's a lawyer and a priest. And a priest doesn't charge you anything.
References Taxi Driver