In a San Francisco basement, physics post-graduate student Quinn Mallory has found a way to create portals to parallel universes. Inviting his physics professor Maximillian Arturo and his computer store colleague Wade Wells for a trip, a series of mishaps ropes in passing singer Rembrandt Brown and takes the Sliders off their planned route. Upon discovering a frozen world and one where Russia rules America, the quartet begins to doubt that they will be able to return to their own world anytime soon...
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In Soviet World, the United States lost the Korean War in the 1950s and was invaded and conquered by the Soviet Union in the 1960s. See more
Quinn leaves his Midwestern-looking house (brick houses are scarce in earthquake country) and jogs through Golden Gate Park to the Berkeley campus, which is across the Bay. Rembrandt, in a hurry to get from Telegraph Hill to Candlestick Park (due south), drives west. See more
Prof. Maximilian Arturo
Jesus, Mary and Joseph. I think I've just seen God and I could've sworn he was driving a Cadillac.
References The Wizard of Oz
The Star-Spangled Banner
Music by John Stafford Smith
Lyrics by Francis Scott Key
Performed by Cleavant Derricks See more