The Sliders land in a world where the American colonists lost the Revolutionary War and where the British States of America now stands. The Sheriff of San Francisco plots to assume power ... See full summary »

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The Sliders land in a world where the American colonists lost the Revolutionary War and where the British States of America now stands. The Sheriff of San Francisco plots to assume power through the murder of the heir, Prince Harold III. Professor Arturo assumes the sheriff's identity to save Quinn from execution, thwart the dastardly deed and bring new ideas on democracy to the people. Written by Mark D. Snyder

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12 April 1995 (USA)  »

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In British World, the American colonists lost the American Revolutionary War and George Washington was executed in 1779. The British States of America is an important part of the British Empire in 1995. See more »

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At the beginning, the main characters are wearing clothes they don't receive until Sliders: Summer of Love, and are trapped atop a building by the oncoming flood implied at the end of that episode. This is probably because of an error in syndication order, meaning this would have to chronologically take place after "Summer of Love," despite of its earlier air date. See more »

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Wade Welles: [about Prince Harold] How does a guy like this become king anyway?
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: It's the army.
Prof. Maximilian Arturo: On the contrary. In fact, history dictates that military elites tend to depose rather than impose in a monarchial hierarchy.
Rembrandt 'Crying Man' Brown: [points down the road at the approaching soldiers] No, I mean: it's the army.
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