The lead singer of a rock band encourages Wade to join until Quinn discovers the band members are vampires seeking to snatch the Sliders' timer.

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Morgan
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Harker
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Van Elsinger
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Mina (as Leslie Monique Soule)
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Eddie Selk
Lauri Pressler ...
Nurse
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The lead singer of a rock band encourages Wade to join until Quinn discovers the band members are vampires seeking to snatch the Sliders' timer.

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The song played by "Stoker" in the beginning of the episode is titled "Hand Over Fist" by the band "Suckerpunch". See more »

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While Quinn and Van Elsinger are 'freeing' vampires in the coffin area, a stray vampire surprises them and jumps Elsinger from behind. In the ensuing struggle you can see burn makeup on the side of the vampires face that was meant to 'appear' when Quinn placed the crucifix on the vampires face. See more »

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Baaaaad one
11 November 2013 | by (France) – See all my reviews

Very bad Sliders episode. Full of vampire clichés, which have nothing to do with the Sliders "spirit". They're supposed to fear the day but some are seen during the day, so there isn't even any internal coherence.

The Rickman storyline is shambling painfully in between the cracks of that story.

Characters also behave against all logic at times (spoilers) : Quinn when he refuses to accompany the band because he wants to talk to Wade, Rem and Beckett when they don't hurry up after digging (and spending the time to fill up again) the grave, and say some words for the dead (if he's buried he already got some).

Long story short : bad plot, bad dialogs, bad story.


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