Sliders/Double Cross

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Double Cross
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Season 3, Episode 2
Airdate September 27, 1996
Production Number K1801
Written by Tony Blake &
Paul Jackson
Directed by Richard Compton
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Double Cross is the second episode of the third season of Sliders, and the twenty-fifth episode overall.

Starring: Jerry O'Connell (Quinn Mallory), Sabrina Lloyd (Wade Wells), Cleavant Derricks (Rembrandt Brown)

and John Rhys-Davies (Arturo)

Guest Stars: Zoe McLellan (Logan St. Claire), Mari Morrow (Monique), Lester Barrie (Elston Diggs), Michael Bryan French (Adrian Fayne), Diana Castle (Mrs. Arturo)

Co-Starring: Charles Noland (Desk Clerk), Skip Stellrecht (Guard #1), Michael Marich (Guard #2), David L. Nelson (Michael), Warren Sweeney (Vendor), Michael A. Krawic (Hobo), Kris Iyer (Maitre D'), Gerry del Sol (Passenger), Monte Perlin (Motorcycle Guard)

Contents

Plot Overview

The Sliders arrive in a San Francisco that has merged with Los Angeles. There they find that they have been detected by a research facility that has been trying to develop sliding technology and offer the group a chance to find their home coordinates.

Meanwhile, Rembrandt spends quality time with a fan of his double.

Notes

Arc Advancement

Happenings

  • The timer's radius is expanded to include Los Angeles.

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

  • This episode was intended to be the premiere, but FOX opted to open with more action-oriented "Rules of the Game".
  • Logan St. Clair was intended to appear in at least two more episodes, but never did because the FOX network did not think that Zoe McLellan was attractive enough.

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes

  • Arturo: Good heavens! A union of Los Angeles and San Francisco - it goes against the laws of nature.