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  • Activist Groups
    • American Revolutionary Party
        • Activist group that claims responsibility for the fire at the Royal Palace at Monticello, Virginia that killed King Thomas and his two sons, Benjamin and Tyler. (Season 3 episode The Prince of Slides)
    • Fundamental Constitutionists
        • California Supreme Court Judge John Nassau was a member of the Fundamental Constitutionists, a free thinking group that believes things were better before they declared martial law and abridged the Constitution. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • The Fundamentalists
        • Activist group against The Sorcerer. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • The Right To Life Movement
        • Activist group against the Lottery, the world's population control program. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
    • The Young Republicans For The War
        • Quinn and Arturo meet Conrad as a president of the Young Republicans for the War in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
  • Airlines
    • Kuvikasilfur
        • Bruce Wayne rides a Kuvikasilfur helicopter to Leiguflug Island to find the Aquaman. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • LassetAir
        • Airpot announcement: "LassetAir Flight A113 now arriving from Point Richmond”, nod to director John Lasseter. A113 is the famous reference to a CalArts classroom. And Point Richmond, CA is where the Pixar studio was located in 1999.

  • Amusement Parks
    • The Park
        • Fake version of turn of the century London where “fractures” are taken to get better - people that snap after working themselves too hard. (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
  • Android and Robot Models
    • Aldohn E.075
        • Aldohn Robot model. Technical engineering device equipped with the most current memory and micro-circuitry upgrades. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • D.E.R.I.C.
        • Aldohn Robot model D.063 created by Aldohn Robotic Technologies on the robot world. Delta model of the Emotional Response Intelligence Chip unit. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • Doom-bot
        • The clerk at the Springfield Employment Agency is plying a video game featuring doom-bots when Homer shows up to look for another job after Mr. Burns cancels the employee prescription drug plan. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • E.R.I.C.A.
        • Aldohn Robot model created by Aldohn Robotic Technologies on the robot world that James Aldohn uses for his wife. Emotional Response Intelligence Chip unit, Alpha model. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • M.A.T.T.
        • Aldohn Robot model created by Aldohn Robotic Technologies on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • RPP
        • Recall Patrol Paul unit. Robots that hunt down runaway robots on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • T.E.D.
        • Aldohn Robot model created by Aldohn Robotic Technologies on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
  • Androids and Robots-Specific
    • Ultron
        • Baron Zemo: The very concept of a super soldier will always trouble people. It’s that warped aspiration that led to Nazis, to Ultron, to the Avengers. (Season 1 episode The Whole World is Watching)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Bajoran Shrimp
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Bok-rat
        • Dish served aboard the IKS Rotarran. Jadzia Dax exclaimed it wasn't very fresh, but it would be better with the bloodwine she had brought from Deep Space 9. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Bregit
        • Worf's son Alexander chooses bregit lung for dinner. The other Klingons mock him, offering him way too much grapok sauce, because it "brings out the flavor". (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Chattel
        • Worf's descendants The Sons of Mogh live as warriors, never milking chattel, and riding wild Torgas. One of them slew a yar-bear three meters tall. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Dragon
        • The sliders fight a dragon - Quinn stabs it in the heart with a sword. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • Grint Hound
        • Worf is pretending to be a Grint hound, chasing Miles' son Yoshi when he falls down and gets a bump on his head. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Ligorian Mastodon
        • Miles O'Brien: The Defiant's warp engines are too powerful. They ionize the nebular gasses in the Badlands.
          Jadzia Dax: It's like a Ligorian mastodon moving through the forest. You may not be able to see it, but it definitely makes the leaves rustle.
          (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
    • Norpin Falcon
        • Worf assures Martok that after his battle drills, the crew will have the reflexes of a norpin falcon by the time they join the convoy. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Palamarian Sea Urchin
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Seltan Carnosaur
        • Miles describes the Jem'Hadar looking like a Seltan Carnosaur when he and the crew of the Rubicon were shrunken in size. (Season 6 episode One Little Ship)
    • Skull Crawlers
        • Scary creatures originally from Skull Island, though Apex has captured at least one, which escapes.
    • South American Spider Wasp
        • The sliders watch a Channel 73 news report on a TV inside Moonatic Electronics about the impending arrival of the South American spider wasp swarm, a hybrid creature created in a Venezuelan lab as potential form of pest control. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Torga
        • Worf's descendants The Sons of Mogh live as warriors, never milking chattel, and riding wild Torgas. One of them slew a yar-bear three meters tall. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Wentlian Congor Snake
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Yar-bear
        • Worf's descendants The Sons of Mogh live as warriors, never milking chattel, and riding wild Torgas. One of them slew a yar-bear three meters tall. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
  • Antique Stores
    • Antiques
        • Generic antique store in the background on the Lottery world. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
  • Appliances and Housewares
    • Bread Maker-maker
        • Appliance in the kitchen of the house next door to the Simpsons that's for sale, a device that makes bread makers that make bread. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Romco Change Magician
        • Homer watches a TV infommercial for a change sorter that doesn't actually sort change, and asks Bart to buy it for him. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
  • Architecture and Interior Design
    • Sean Jebid
        • Royal Architect that designs the pyramid on the Egypt world. (Season 3 Slide Like an Egyptian)
  • Arenas, Fields and Stadiums
    • Capital City Stadium
        • Homer performs the halftime show for Superbowl XXXIX at Capital City Stadium. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Metro Stadium
        • Clark imagines himself playing football for the Meteors at Metro Stadium. “The Meteors win!” (Season 4 episode Facade)
  • Armed Forces
    • 10th Fleet
        • The Dominion force that invades Betazed came from somewhere in the Calandra Sector, surprising Starfleet Intelligence because it is so far out. The 10th Fleet was supposed to be protecting Betazed and its outlying colonies but it was caught out of position on a training exercise. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • 23rd Division
        • Jem'Hadar fleet. Weyoun (from forged holographic record): With the Cardassian 4th Order protecting their flank, the 23rd Jem'Hadar division will begin its thrust across the Glintara Sector. They should begin the invasion of Romulus on the following day. Once we've taken the homeworld, organized resistance will crumble when outlying systems and colonies begin looking out for themselves. Consolidation of the entire Empire will take three months at most. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • 4th Order
        • Cardassian fleet. Weyoun (from forged holographic record): With the Cardassian 4th Order protecting their flank, the 23rd Jem'Hadar division will begin its thrust across the Glintara Sector. They should begin the invasion of Romulus on the following day. Once we've taken the homeworld, organized resistance will crumble when outlying systems and colonies begin looking out for themselves. Consolidation of the entire Empire will take three months at most. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • 7th Fleet
        • Federation fleet in the Tyra system, far enough away that it'll be a day or two before the Defiant receives any messages from them. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
        • In Sloan's simulation, a Starfleet officer tells Bashir: "I was with the 7th Fleet when the Dominion attacked the Tyra System. 98 of our ships were destroyed in a matter of hours. I lost a lot of friends." (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • 9th Fleet
        • Federation fleet.
        • When Sisko and Admiral Ross plan to re-take Deep Space Nine, they mention that the mines blocking the wormhole will be gone in three days, while the 9th Fleet won't be there for four days, so they'll have to go without them. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
        • Sisko's plan to re-take Deep Space Nine involves using aspects of the 2nd, 5th and 9th Fleets. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
        • The station's been designated the headquarters for the 9th Fleet. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • Martok is named the new Supreme Commander of the 9th Fleet. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • With the Defiant gone and most of the runabouts off on exercises with the 9th Fleet, Worf and Jadzia take the Shenandoah to the Badlands to meet with a Cardassian operative named Lasaran that has been providing military intelligence to Starfleet Intelligence. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • Green Lantern Corps
        • The Green Lantern Corps teamed up with the Amazons and the Atlanteans to fight off Steppenwolf the first time.
    • The Imperial Klingon Defense Forces
        • In order to assist Martok in his search for a missing Klingon battle cruiser, Worf is relieved of all Starfleet obligations, and placed on detached service to The Imperial Klingon Defense Forces. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Imperialist American Underground
        • U.S. Senator candidate on the communist world: "The so-called Imperialist American Underground is being crushed even as we speak." (Season 1 Pilot episode)
    • The Outback Cong
        • In the Summer of Love world, the U.S. lost the Battle of the Coral Sea during World War II and the Japanese invaded Australia. When the Nazis surrendered, the Russians entered the Pacific War and helped liberate North Australia. But they never gave it back. Now the North's attacking the South. Wade refers to the war as The Australian Conflict. Quinn and Arturo's landlord mentions the Australian Tong. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Palamarian Freedom Brigade
        • Brigade established by General Nassuc as a means of obtaining the independence of one of the worlds formerly under the suzerainty of the Regent of Palamar - Quark and arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath's client. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
  • Artifacts
    • Andarian Glass Beads
        • Arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath gives Quark a collection of Andarian glass beads. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Denevan Crystals
        • Quark tries to hid his smuggling of Denevan crystals from Odo. Odo knows, but lets it slide this time. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Lasso of Hestia
        • Wonder Woman uses the Lasso of Hestia to compel the truth from a bank robber. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Mother Box
        • Indestructible living machines made from a science so advanced it looks like sorcery. To conquer, three boxes have to synchronize and join together into The Unity. The Unity cleanses a planet with fire, transforming it into a copy of the enemy’s world. All who live become servants of Darkseid. Alive, but drained of life. Parademons. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • The Seven Swords of Osiris
        • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart visit the Emporium of Exotica, investigating a clue in the Muttonchops Murderer case - a sword, one of the Seven Swords of Osiris. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • Var'Hama Candle
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
  • Artwork
  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • Jim Morrison Sings Irving Berlin
        • The clerk at Doppler Computer Superstore shows Rembrandt the music section, which includes the latest state-approved sounds, including Liberace Unplugged, Jim Morrison sings Irving Berlin and Kurt Cobain: The Christmas Album. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Kurt Cobain: The Christmas Album
        • The clerk at Doppler Computer Superstore shows Rembrandt the music section, which includes the latest state-approved sounds, including Liberace Unplugged, Jim Morrison sings Irving Berlin and Kurt Cobain: The Christmas Album. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Liberace Unplugged
        • The clerk at Doppler Computer Superstore shows Rembrandt the music section, which includes the latest state-approved sounds, including Liberace Unplugged, Jim Morrison sings Irving Berlin and Kurt Cobain: The Christmas Album. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Toppless
        • Rembrandt Brown's solo music album, released in September 1973. (Pilot episode)
  • Awards
    • All-American Academic Excellence
        • The sliders find trophies and awards in Quinn's counterpart's house on the Eggheads world, including a Most Valuable Player award for the California High School Academic Championship, an All-American Academic Excellence award and a TV Physicist of the Year trophy. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Assault Weapon Magazine Man of The Year Award
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • TV Physicist of The Year
        • The sliders find trophies and awards in Quinn's counterpart's house on the Eggheads world, including a Most Valuable Player award for the California High School Academic Championship, an All-American Academic Excellence award and a TV Physicist of the Year trophy. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Baby Products
  • Bakeries
    • Bakery
        • Generic bakery in the Park’s fake London. (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
    • Cheney Street Bakery
        • Bakery that Quinn and Arturo visit in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • The Cookie Shack
        • Bakery in Sky High Plaza that Ted mentions on the Christmas shopping world to distract the children from Arturo’s Mall Santa stories. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Mrs. Hill's Bakery
        • On the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, Jane Hill, owner of Mrs. Hill's Bakery company, rescues Quinn. At his request, she checks with the Dominion Hotel for his friends. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
  • Banks
    • Bank of Bolias
        • Quark finds a single bar of latinum in Morn's storage locker, but there's a handwritten note: The rest is in the Bank of Bolias. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
        • The low level Orion Syndicate gang that Miles infiltrates on Farius rob the Bank of Bolias. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Bank of Texas
        • Bank on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Benedict Arnold Savings & Loan
        • Bank in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War. (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • Central Bank
        • Quark is first led to believe that Morn's missing 1,000 bricks of gold pressed latinum came from him winning the Lissepian Lottery, then the Royal family of Luria. Eventually he finds out that it was stolen during the famous Lissepian Mother's Day Heist - while the entire world was celebrating, someone broke into the Central Bank. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • Crescent Vista Funding
        • Ted’s secret company on the Christmas shopping world that’s behind the evil debt accumulation tactics and subliminal advertising. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Gotham National Bank
        • Victor manipulates an ATM to give a customer in need a lot of money. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Plaza Club Card
        • The sliders are refused food at Jody Maroni's Sausage Kingdom on the Christmas shopping world because the only currency accepted is a Plaza shopping center credit card. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Premiere Credit Union
        • Coffee mug that Marge gives Bart at the party they throw for him for getting a hundred on a test. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Security Bank of Manhattan
        • A Daily Planet van drives by. “Reporting on the planet daily” A bundle of newspapers lands on the ground. Headline: SECURITY BANK OF MANHATTAN SEEKS NEW ARCHITECT (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
  • Bar and Grills
    • Barnacle Bar & Grill
        • Restaurant on the Druid world. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • The Berkeley Grill
        • Restaurant in the background on the Game world. (Season 3 episode Rules of the Game)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • The American Underground (nightclub)
        • Fictional club that Rembrand mentions when being interrogated about the Imperialist American Underground on the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • Anchor Pub
        • Bar in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world where Arturo gets to know the locals. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Blue Note
        • Nightclub. Rembrandt was hoping to take his new girlfriend to the Blue Note so he could sing on Open Mic Night, but she has other plans. (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
    • Clubi
        • Nightclub seen in video shown on Jock Center, the sports news show that decries the professional athletes using the dances they bought from Homer when scoring goals just to get in their highlight reel. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Coconut Grove
        • Rembrandt mentions a gig in Norfolk in December 1986 - the first time the Crying man walked on air, his final performance with the Spinning Topps. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • Doubloon
        • Nightclub where Mel Torme performs a double set. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Emilio’s
        • Lana invites Harry, the gangs going out to Emilio’s for a beer. (Season 1 episode Quadrangle of Love)
    • Lacey Marseille's Tranquility Parlor
        • Bar near the spot where the sliders arrive in the South American spider wasp world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Lamplighter Pub
        • Pub next door to the Dominion Hotel.
        • The sliders grab a drink at the Lamplighter Pub in the Seer world. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
        • Gillian and Quinn sit and talk on the repressed technology world. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
        • Arturo and Rembrandt are asked to leave the Lamplighter Pub on account of their age on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • The Local Tavern
        • Bar in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Mao's Den of Inequity
        • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart track down Mr. Burns and Homer at Mao's Den of Inequity in London's Opium District while searching for the Muttonchops Murderer. An alternate reality version of Moe's bar. "Happiness is a warm poppy" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • The Nag and Weasel
        • When Homer and Marge become co-owners of Moe's, Marge convinces him to turn it into a British pub. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Punky Pink's
        • Bar on the televised justice world that bounty hunter Taryn mentions at Sparky's bar, where the Sliders later go looking for Quinn's counterpart. Taryn: I bet Deanne’s crying over a tip jar at Punky Pink’s. (Season 3 episode Dead Man Sliding)
    • The Rendezvous
        • Nightclub from Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination where Benny takes Cassie dancing. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
    • Sparky’s
        • Bar on the televised justice world. (Season 3 episode Dead Man Sliding)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • The Australian Conflict
        • In the Summer of Love world, the U.S. lost the Battle of the Coral Sea during World War II and the Japanese invaded Australia. When the Nazis surrendered, the Russians entered the Pacific War and helped liberate North Australia. But they never gave it back. Now the North's attacking the South. Wade refers to the war as The Australian Conflict. Quinn and Arturo's landlord mentions the Australian Tong. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • The Battle of Prexnak
        • Battle that Quark mentions to inspire his crew. The most important battle in Ferengi history. Ten Ferengi stood alone against 273 Lytasians. All 10 Ferengi were slaughtered. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • French War
        • San Francisco Register newspaper headline in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War: "King Thomas Missing in French War" (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • The Proxcinian War
        • Arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath mentions that the Proxcinian War is just heating up. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
  • Beauty Pageants
    • Miss Nude Feminist Pageant
        • Beauty pageant that DJ Day Tripper mentions on the radio. "Very angry gals coming in all morning long to take their tops off. You don't want to miss a minute of it." (Pilot episode)
  • Beliefs, Concepts and Theories
    • Global Cooling
        • Alternate climactic event theory that DJ Day Tripper mentions on the radio, instead of Global Warming, in the first parallel world that Quinn visits. (Pilot episode)
    • Straight Relativistic Time Dilation
        • Arturo explains that astrophysicist Dr. Herbert Van Meer had a theory called Straight Relativistic Time Dilation that states that there could be a parallel universe where the Earth revolves around the Sun in the same amount of time, but rotates a bit faster. The result is a world that from the sliders' perspective appears to be 1984. (Season 3 episode The Guardian)
  • Beverages
    • Deka Tea
        • The food provided for the Cardassian comfort women in Kira's orb time travel experience includes fresh moba, katterpod beans, hasperat, veklava and a pot of deka tea. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
    • Kava Juice
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
  • Beverages-Alcohol
    • Katzunari Single Malt Whiskey
        • Whiskey in Bernie’s flask, probable nod to Godzilla film suit actor Kazunari Mori.
    • Whelan Bitters
        • Garak's contact to manufacture the proof needed to bring the Romulans into the war, Grathon Tolar, drinks three bottles of Whelan bitters before causing a scene at the bar and stabbing Quark. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
  • Beverages-Beer
    • Akupara
        • Beer Nyles drinks.

        • In Sanskrit, Akupara means "unlimited, unbounded" and in Hinduism, it's the name of a tortoise described as "one who is without death."
        • According to director Max Barbakow, if you look close on that label, there's a graphic that kind of explains the mythology of the world and the earthquake. He recommends a google of Akupara that will take you down a "nice little wormhole, no pun intended, that explains some of the metaphysics behind the movie."
    • Bajoran Ale
        • Quark offers Kira frosty Bajoran ale, a Black Hole or warm Enyak's milk, which will help her sleep. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Yridian Ale
        • Quark mentions at Morn's memorial service. Quark: If you see anyone empty handed, sell them a bottle of Yridian Ale. Tell them is was Morn's favorite. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
  • Beverages-Milk
    • Enyak's Milk
        • Quark offers Kira frosty Bajoran ale, a Black Hole or warm Enyak's milk, which will help her sleep. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
  • Beverages-Soft Drinks
    • BC Cola
        • Soft drink advertised on the Lottery world. "Birth control in a can" (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Cola
        • Generic soft drink on the judge's desk on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Cola Blitz
        • Soft drink on the judge's desk on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Impact Cola
        • Soft drink on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
  • Books-Children
    • Cloudy Day Diversions
        • Book Marge consults for activities for the party they throw for Bart for getting a hundred on a test. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
  • Books-Cookbooks
    • Gravity's Rainbow Cookbook
        • Thomas Pynchon: These wings are V-licious. I'll put this recipe in the Gravity's Rainbow Cookbook, right next to The Frying of Latke 49. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
  • Books-Fiction
    • They Promised Me Ponies
        • Unfinished novel by Lisa Simpson, which Bart uses to attack her and her friend with spitballs. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
  • Books-Instructional
    • Mindgame Rulebook
        • On the Egghead world, Quinn's counterpart is a star Mindgame player - some sort of bizarre hybrid of basketball, Family Feud and chess. When Quinn imitates his double, he has to participate in the 27th National Mindgame Finals between the University of California Eggheads and the MIT Beavers. To prepare, he reads the Mindgame Rulebook: How to Play / How to Win by Stephen Hawking. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Thin By Third Grade
        • Book Lisa reads in the library after the girls at school make fun of her for having a big butt. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
  • Books-Magic
    • Classic Druidic Spells and Potions
        • Book on the Druid world that Wade uses to cast a spell - intended to make Rembrandt’s ex-girlfriend - but backfires and makes Rembrandt fall in love with Wade. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • Book of Love
        • Oh did I disappoint you?
          I wanted to believe it's true
          Oh the Book of Love
          Was not enough to see us through
          (Song Secret to the End)
    • Everything I Say Is Right
        • Book by the Sheriff of San Francisco - Arturo in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War. (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • The Petroglyphs of Meso-America
        • Lex opens package delivered to the Talon by Federated Courier that turns out to be a book for Lana called The Petroglyphs of Meso-America. (Season 4 episode Facade)
  • Books-Reference
    • The Bible For Wise-asses
        • Book where Bart finds a bunch of sexy facts about the Bible. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • The Events Calendar
        • In the Seer world, Quinn reads from a book called the Events Calendar: "In 1865, a young seer from San Francisco is purported to have prevented the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln was so impressed, he created a special cabinet post - Prime Oracle, with the responsibility to foresee potential disasters. The rest of the country soon came to believe in psychic powers." (Season 2 episode Obsession)
        • Arturo reads from The Events Calendar book on the world where the youth are in charge, where DJ Howard Stern was elected president and lowered voting age to 9. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Oo-mox For Fun and Profit
        • Quark meets with his best employee Aluura, asking her to be nicer to him and advising her to read Oo-mox for Fun and Profit. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Thesaurus
        • Generic thesaurus that Homer gives Bart at the party they throw for him for getting a hundred on a test. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
  • Bookstores
    • Bernie's
        • The news vendor called Bernie's near the entrance to the park on the matriarchy world sells magazines Gentleman’s Quarterly and the Sports Monthly swimsuit edition magazine, featuring men wearing tiny Speedos. (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
    • The Stand
        • Bookstore on the Druid world where Wade gets the book that contains the spell she uses to cast a spell - intended to make Rembrandt’s ex-girlfriend - but backfires and makes Rembrandt fall in love with Wade. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
  • Breakfast Cereal
    • Weeties
        • Breakfast cereal brand on the Egghead world, stand-in for Wheaties, featuring Quinn's counterpart on the front of the box. "The Breakfast of Geniuses" (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Bridges
    • The Azure Gate Bridge
        • In the world that's almost home, the Golden Gate Bridge is blue. (Season 2 episode Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • Chamber of Opportunity
        • Ishka: I predict that one day a female will enter the Tower of Commerce, climb the 40 flights of stairs to the Chamber of Opportunity, and take her rightful place as Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • The Forge
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • Golden Gargoyle Gate Bridge
        • The sliders catch a cab to the Sorcerer's castle, located on the other side of the Golden Gargoyle Gate Bridge. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • Government Sanctuary
        • Building in San Francisco National Penitentiary on the earthquake prison world. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
    • Municipal Processing Center
        • The sliders visit a world that has conquered overpopulation using a Lottery system, simply called The Lottery, administered by a government agency called The Lottery Commission. Citizens play by taking money from an automated teller - the more money you take, the greater chance to win. Winners basically get whatever they want for a day, party at The Lottery Winners Ball that night, and then the next morning they are given a painless death, and their beneficiaries are handsomely rewarded. Anyone that wins but then tries to back out of the arrangement is taken to the Municipal Processing Center for a painful death. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
    • The Playdude Treehouse
        • After Bart and Milhouse find Homer's stash of Playdude magazine that Homer threw out because Marge cut out all the nude women, Bart renames his treehouse and throws a party. Also referred to the Playdude Mansion Springfield. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Webb Court
        • On the earthquake prison world, the sliders arrive in an outdoor plaza called Webb Court. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
  • Bus Lines
    • Ensign Bus Line
        • Bus line in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War. (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • First Street Cafe
        • Cafe in the background in San Francisco in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Moodyville's
        • Quinn and Arturo meet Conrad as a president of the Young Republicans for the War in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Paradise Cafe
        • Cafe in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world where Wade and Remington get jobs. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
  • Candy and Sweets
    • Li'l Fatso Cupcakes
        • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
  • Candy Bars
    • Nut-nutt
        • Nelson's father tells him that he didn't mean to leave him, he accidentally ate a candy bar with peanuts in it and had an allergic reaction. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
  • Carnivals and Circuses
    • Save Our Park Charity Carnival
        • The Simpsons visit Springfield Park to find it has gone downhill. Marge suggests a carnival to save the park, but there's already one in progress. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
  • Casinos
    • Bunion's Silver Horseshoe
        • Casino on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
  • Chemical Companies
    • Pharm-er John's Pharmaceuticals
        • Marge and Lisa demand answers about the cost of prescription drugs from Pharm-er John's Pharmaceuticals. They are shown a film made by Pharm-er John's Productions. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Ruzon Pharmaceuticals
        • Pharmaceutical company racing to develop a vaccine.
    • Soulce Pharmaceuticals
        • Pharmaceutical company racing to develop a vaccine.
  • Chips and Crackers
    • Potato Chips
        • Generic potato chip bag on the judge's desk on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • Kenda Shrine
        • Kira tells Dax how she and Shakaar went to the Kenda Shrine on Bajor and asked the prophets if they were meant to walk the same path. They are not. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Kiessa Monastery
        • Kira's Cardassian friend Ghemor was a soldier present when the Kiessa Monestery on Bajor was destroyed and seventeen unarmed monks were killed during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. (Season 5 Ties of Blood and Water)
    • The New Church of The Divine Immunity
        • Religious organization in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • San Francisco Community Church
        • Church on the asteroid world. "Have a nice last few days" (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • The Temple of B'hala
        • Temple in the lost city of B'Hala on Bajor where Sisko finds an artifact that releases an evil pat-wraith. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Temple of Iponu
        • Kira visits the Temple of Iponu on Bajor and consults the Orb of Time in order to find out the truth about Gul Dukat's claims of a romantic relationship with her mother. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Aquarius
        • City on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • Barnette
        • The sliders arrive on a beach on the giant worm world to find a sign for Paradise Beach, Barnette, and a warning: “Danger No Beach Activity Allowed!” (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Bikini Bottom
        • The magical book tells the story of SpongeBob SquarePants and his adventures in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob works for Mr. Krabs at the Krusty Krab fast food restaurant, where he cooks Krabby Patties. SpongeBob has spent several years protecting the secret formula of the Krabby Patty from Plankton, the owner of the Chum Bucket eatery.
    • Ilvia
        • City from the story that the Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos tells Kira about a lost love: He first saw her on the street on Ilvia. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
    • Lost City
        • City on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • New India
        • The episode opens with Wade dreaming of a romantic interlude with a mysterious man. The sliders only spend a few minutes on that world before sliding, in a city called New India. On the next world, they meet that mysterious man, a seer named Derek Bond, who has been waiting for them. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
    • Paradise
        • Town in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world that used to be centered around a uranium mine, where the residents sacrifice tourists to a giant mutated worm and eat the worm’s “deposits”, allowing them to live forever without aging. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Pozharnov
        • Ghost city not far from Moscow, where the Super friends track the Mother Box - and therefore Steppenwolf, abandoned since a nuclear accident thirty years ago.
    • Rakantha
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • San Francisco, Republica De Nueva Espana
        • The sliders visit a world in which San Francisco is part of a country called Republica de Nueva Espana. (Season 2 episode As Time Goes By)
    • Tamulna
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Versailles West
        • When the sliders leave the Invasion world, they arrive in Versailles West, a city in the country of New France. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • Cedar Creek, California
        • Jimbo Scott steals a monkey from Biotest and tried to sell it to pet shop owner Rudy Alvarez of Rudy's Pet Shop in Cedar Creek, California.
    • Central City
        • City where Bruce Wayne finds Barry Allen. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Comanche, Kansas
        • Martha Kent drives away from the Kent farm. There’s a Comanche Realty sign out front. “Foreclosure / Bank owned.” Address is: 551 Cold River Lane, Comanche, Kansas. Phone number: (785) 045-REPO. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Hemmingshire
        • Rembrandt's ex-girlfriend Danielle's counterpart on the American monarchy world is the Duchess of Hemmingshire. (Season 3 episode The Prince of Slides)
    • Raccoon City
        • The skyline of Raccoon City seen in both the main menu and title sequence of Resident Evil 2 is modeled after the real world city of Montréal, Québec.
        • In a nod to Resident Evil, the main character is on a date with a young man who mentions that he was in Raccoon City. The young man then turns out to be a zombie and begins eating the waiter.
        • Raccoon City from Resident Evil is in a skit where Mario Kart characters have to take detours to undesirable cities, and Yoshi ends up going to Raccoon City, where he is devoured by zombies.
        • Resident Evil reference. In the arcade mode of Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, the ending for Marvel Comics character Rocket Raccoon shows the character paying a visit to Raccoon City after hearing about it through Chris Redfield. Unaware of the truth, he is shown to be fighting his way through hordes of zombies.
        • A magazine article about Raccoon City can be found aboard the Annabelle ship on a table in floor 2F, stating, "16 years after the nightmare of Raccoon City and the survivors are still suffering."
    • Rajneesh, Oregon
        • Netflix presents a documentary called Wild Wild Country about the City of Rajneesh in Oregon, an entire community base on compassion and sharing, with the goal to raise consciousness. Though some people just joined for the ass. (Sketch Wild Wild Country)
    • San Angeles
        • On the world where Quinn's counterpart Logan is female, San Francisco is just a neighborhood in the city of San Angeles. (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
    • San Francisco, Texas
        • On the Texas world, San Francisco is part of the state of Texas. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
  • Classes, Measurements and Types
    • Kellicam
        • Unit of distanced mentioned on the Klingon bird of prey: "Helm - keep us at least five million kellicams from the border." (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Kerripate
        • Quark's math problem: Say you have 27 tessipates of land you want to plant with nice, juicy yelg melons... needs one square kerripate of land to grow in. What is the total number of melons you can plant? (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Tessipate
        • Quark's math problem: Say you have 27 tessipates of land you want to plant with nice, juicy yelg melons... needs one square kerripate of land to grow in. What is the total number of melons you can plant? (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
  • Clothing and Accessories
    • Nikke
        • Clothing brand on the Egghead world, stand-in for Nike, with a billboard ad featuring Quinn's counterpart. "Just Think It" (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Raclar Puncture Proof Germ Free Suit
        • Product sold for protection from the Q in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • Rembrandt Brown Sliding Pants
        • Pants product that Rembrandt jokes about designing when the sliders land on the Invasion world. "A must for the serious slider" (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • T-shirt: ADULTS SUCK, THEN YOU ARE ONE
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50% cotton, 100% awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: AMERICA'S LEAST WANTED
        • One of the new fun shirts Bart sells in conjunction with his new business partner, Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: BODY BY OREO
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: BORED IN THE USA
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: DO NOT RESUSCITATE
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: DON'T BLAME ME I VOTED FOR SCOOBY DOO
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: DON'T WAKE ME I'M WORKING
        • One of Bart's fun shirts that Homer wears at work - and gets him fired by Mr. Burns. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: GET BENT
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: I HEART ATTACKS
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: IF YOU CAN READ THIS THE BACKPACK FELL OFF
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: IMPEACH EVERYBODY
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: I'M NOT FAT, I'M ENORMOUS
        • One of Bart's fun shirts that Comic Book Guy brings to Goose's Gags and Gifts for Bart to sign. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: I'VE PUKED MORE BEER THAN YOU'VE DRUNK
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: JEWS FOR JEBUS
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: LIFE ENDS AT TEN
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: MY OTHER T-SHIRT IS ALSO A JOKE T-SHIRT
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: POBODY'S NERFECT, NITHEAD
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: PROUD NUBIAN PRINCESS
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: RICH BITCH
        • One of Bart's fun shirts that Homer wears at home after being fired from the power plant. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: STOP STARING AT MY MAN BOOBS
        • One of the fun shirts that Bart sells at his Fun Shirts booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: THINK GLOBALLY FART LOCALLY
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: TOP OF THE DUDE CHAIN
        • One of the new fun shirts Bart sells in conjunction with his new business partner, Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: WEAPON OF ASS DESTRUCTION
        • Bart sells fun shirts in the front yard without a permit. 50 cotton, 100 awesome. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • T-shirt: WISH YOU WERE BEER
        • One of the new fun shirts Bart sells in conjunction with his new business partner, Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
  • Clothing Stores
    • Botany 5,000,000
        • The episode begins with the classic TV sitcom "starring Kang". Kodos' wardrobe provided by Botany 5,000,000. Audience provided by Slave Colony of Rebulon 7. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV)
    • Brooks Sisters
        • Clothing store instead of Brooks Brothers on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Calico Cat / The Fashion Oracle
        • Wade goes dress shopping in the Seer world. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
    • The Cap
        • Clothing store on the Egghead world, stand-in for The Gap, with a bus stop ad featuring Albert Einstein. "Einstein wore khakis' (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Fun Shirts
        • After failing to sell shirts at his Fun Shirts booth the Springfield Novelty Expo, Bart runs into the owner of Goose's Gags and Gifts, who becomes his new business partner. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Krusty and Friends Fun Wear
        • Booth at the Springfield Novelty Expo that sells Krusty Show T-shirts with pictures of Itchy, Scratchy, Poochy, Austin Powers Itchy, Itchy Poochy, Scratchbob Itchpants, Confederate Itchy, and Osama Bin Scratchy. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Saks Fifth Grade
        • Lisa goes shopping for an outfit that might make her look thinner after the girls at school make fun of her for having a big butt. "Clothing for Girls", "Restrooms are for purging only" (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
  • Clowns
    • Mr. Froufrou
        • Clown charged with gambling, disorderly conduct, inviting a riot, attempted assault, attacking an officer and resisting arrest. (Season 1 episode Wonder Drugs)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Blumberg’s Coffee Shop
        • An old man that claims to be God was arrested for vandalizing Blumberg's Coffee Shop after he was refused an egg salad sandwich. (Season 1 episode Death Threat)
    • Sharky's
        • Coffee shop where Bill takes refuge when he is followed after leaving Domino's.

    • Smokin' Joe's Coffee Shop
        • Wade, Arturo, D.E.R.I.C. and E.R.I.C.A. walk past Smokin' Joe's Coffee Shop on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
  • Colleges
    • Beaver College
        • Beauty pageant on the radio on the repressed technology world: The next contestant is Miss Oregon, a student at Beaver College, she's studying veterinary medicine. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
    • Central City College
        • Barry tells the manager of Bark Central that he's a criminal justice major at Central City College. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Northshore Junior College
        • College that Wade attends, according to FBI agent in the Summer of Love world, majoring in extemporaneous poetry and prose. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
  • Colonies
    • Slave Colony of Rebulon 7
        • The episode begins with the classic TV sitcom "starring Kang". Kodos' wardrobe provided by Botany 5,000,000. Audience provided by Slave Colony of Rebulon 7. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV)
  • Comic Books
    • Daunting Deeds: Alone Against The Dodo King
        • Comic Book Guy offers Lisa a comic book. "It also includes a Young David Diligent adventure." (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
  • Communications Companies
    • PT&P
        • People's Telephone and Telegraph. Telephone company instead of AT&T on the communist world. Operator: "We want you back... If you switched from PT&T to PT&T 2, we want you back. Thanks to our Comrades Call Comrades program, we can wave you up to six rubles a year on long distance to the motherland." (Pilot episode)
    • PT&P 2
        • People's Telephone and Telegraph. Telephone company instead of AT&T on the communist world. Operator: "We want you back... If you switched from PT&T to PT&T 2, we want you back. Thanks to our Comrades Call Comrades program, we can wave you up to six rubles a year on long distance to the motherland." (Pilot episode)
  • Competitions
    • California High School Academic Championship
        • The sliders find trophies and awards in Quinn's counterpart's house on the Eggheads world, including a Most Valuable Player award for the California High School Academic Championship, an All-American Academic Excellence award and a TV Physicist of the Year trophy. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • The Game: North South Invitational
        • Banners for previous winners hang in the airplane on the Game world: "VividTek '92", "North South Invitational", "Oslo Exports '95". (Season 3 episode Rules of the Game)
    • Global Tongo Championships
        • Moogie and Grand Nagus Zak met and fell in love playing Tongo at the Global Tongo Championships. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Lissepian Lottery
        • Quark is first led to believe that Morn's missing 1,000 bricks of gold pressed latinum came from him winning the Lissepian Lottery, then the Royal family of Luria. Eventually he finds out that it was stolen during the famous Lissepian Mother's Day Heist - while the entire world was celebrating, someone broke into the Central Bank. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • The Lottery
        • The sliders visit a world that has conquered overpopulation using a Lottery system, simply called The Lottery, administered by a government agency called The Lottery Commission. Citizens play by taking money from an automated teller - the more money you take, the greater chance to win. Winners basically get whatever they want for a day, party at The Lottery Winners Ball that night, and then the next morning they are given a painless death, and their beneficiaries are handsomely rewarded. Anyone that wins but then tries to back out of the arrangement is taken to the Municipal Processing Center for a painful death. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
    • Orange Park Acres Tennis Club Bachelor Auction
        • Bachelor Auction featuring Chad and tennis great John McEnroe. (Sketch Bachelor Auction)
    • Oven Fresh Bakeoff
        • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest at the Springfield Convention Center, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. The winner becomes the new face of of Auntie Ovenfresh. Marge: Clever presentation is as important as taste. "Warning: First ten rows may get fat" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
  • Computers and Software
    • JEH Power Computer
        • Wade uses a JEH Computer at Doppler Computer Superstore where she used to work to find out what's on the chip that Judge John Nassau gave her before he died. While she's there, the clerk suggests another computer if the Tolson's too slow. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Tolson
        • Wade uses a JEH Computer at Doppler Computer Superstore where she used to work to find out what's on the chip that Judge John Nassau gave her before he died. While she's there, the clerk suggests another computer if the Tolson's too slow. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
  • Concerts
    • Maximillian Arturo Lectures Live
        • There's a poster on the wall of Arturo's office at the university on the Eggheads world from Arturo's counterpart's live lecture at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas. There is a Mirage hotel in Las Vegas, but it just "Mirage", not the "Mirage Hotel". The logo is distinctly different. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Murder 4 Life Benefit
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
  • Condiments
    • Drizzlers Gravies
        • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Grapok Sauce
        • Worf's son Alexander chooses bregit lung for dinner. The other Klingons mock him, offering him way too much grapok sauce, because it "brings out the flavor". (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Moba Jam
        • Bashir attempts to replicate hot butter scones, moba jam and red leaf tea - but Sloan has deactivated his reflector. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • Mr. Sorcerer Steak Sauce
        • The sliders discover that the man behind The Sorcerer - a corporation that sells products from other worlds, such as steak sauce - is actually Quinn's counterpart, a fellow slider. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • Syrup of Squill
        • Syrup of squill, often served on groatcakes, has been unavailable for over a year due to the drought on Balancar, which Quark proves was a scam to increase the value. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Vilm Sauce
        • The Orion Syndicate goons on Farius that Miles infiltrates order some nozala sandwiches with extra vilm sauce. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • Engramatic Dissociation
        • Sloan suggests that Julian is a Dominion spy and doesn't even know it. Engramatic Dissociation is the theory that if a person's mind is sufficiently disciplined, he'd be capable of compartmentalizing contradictory information, believing one thing while doing another. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • The Q
        • The disease in the Fever world, apparently named after Quinn, a.k.a. patient zero. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • Timmy Thomas Disease
        • Timmy Thomas, a child sick with Timmy Thomas Disease, asks Deion Overstreet, runningback for the San Antonio Cow Skulls, to do an obnoxious end zone dance for him. Deion obliges, dancing the crazy dance that he bought from Homer. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Yarim Fel Syndrome
        • Terminal Cardassian disease that takes the life of Kira's friend Tekeny Ghemor, formally a legit in the Cardassian Central Command. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
  • Construction Companies
    • Bay Area Development
        • Billboard graffiti on the Invasion world: "They're Coming", "Kromaggs Rule", "The end is here" (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • J&J Construction
        • Marge calls a contractor to remodel the kitchen after Homer's work isn't up to par. "The vague answer people" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
  • Convenience Stores and Gas Stations
    • Midtown Speedy Mart
        • An employee of Midtown Speedy Mart appears in court for skimming money from the till. (Season 1 episode Quadrangle of Love)
  • Conventions and Seminars
    • The Crying Man Convention
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, the King died young, creating a legacy similar to Elvis in our world, with conventions for impersonators. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • New Invention Expo
        • The New Invention Expo science-themed convention in Springfield features new inventions such as the Vagrant Translator and the Shrink Ray, Professor Frink's invention designed to reduce the size of his new multivitamin. "See the inventions of tomorrow! Today and Tomorrow" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment In the Belly of the Boss)
    • Springfield Novelty Expo
        • After failing to sell shirts at his Fun Shirts booth the Springfield Novelty Expo, Bart runs into the owner of Goose's Gags and Gifts, who becomes his new business partner. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Tavern and Restaurant Owners Convention
        • Marge and Moe fly to Aruba on No Frills Airlines for the Tavern and Restaurant Owners Convention. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Women's Conference
        • Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot invites Lisa to the Women's Conference at the Capital City Convention Center in Capital City. "Sexy Asian Girls Talk About Wage Disparity" (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
  • Corporations
    • Cornholio Enterprises
        • Manufacturer of Tarrlytons cigarettes, a nod to Beavis & Butt-Head, also created by Mike Judge.

    • Metron Consortium
        • Farrakk lies, telling arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath that he was about to close deal with the Verillians. Hagath informs him that they no longer have any need of his services since they signed an agreement with Metron Consortium. Farrakk was actually off enjoying himself on Risa. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • The Sorcerer
        • The sliders discover that the man behind The Sorcerer - a corporation that sells products from other worlds, such as steak sauce - is actually Quinn's counterpart, a fellow slider. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • Wayne Enterprises
        • Sponsor of Gotham City University - name on the football team's scoreboard. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Matthew Liebling, MD, PH.D
        • Rembrandt visits psychiatrist Dr. Matthew Liebling, MD, PH.D, who tries to have him committed to Gatehaven, but then ends up getting committed himself after watching the sliders slide. (Season 2 episode Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome)
    • Dr. Peter Green
        • It turns out that the Redfield’s Department Store Santa's real name is John Stevens, and he's a patient of Dr. Peter Green at the Winwood Psychiatric Center. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
  • Counties and States
    • Kendra Province
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
  • Countries
    • British States of America
        • The sliders visit a world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War and are still governed by a monarchy known as the British States of America. (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • New France
        • When the sliders leave the Invasion world, they arrive in Versailles West, a city in the country of New France. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • Republica De Nueva Espana
        • The sliders visit a world in which San Francisco is part of a country called Republica de Nueva Espana. (Season 2 episode As Time Goes By)
    • Sokovia
        • Baron Zemo: I heard what became of Sokovia. Cannibalized by its neighbors before the land was cleared of rubble, erased from the map. (Season 1 episode Power Broker)
        • Zemo returns home to Sokovia, where Bucky tracks him down. The Wakandans arrive, taking him into custody, advising Bucky that they will be taking him to the Raft. Their Royal Talon fighter is seen in the background as they head out. (Season 1 episode Truth)
    • Themyscira
        • Steppenwolf and his minions fight the daughters of Themyscira for their Mother Box.
  • Criminal Organizations
  • Currency
    • Minishkin
        • Currency that Rembrandt's cab driver asks for on the communist world. (Pilot episode)
  • Databases
    • Database 9807
        • Database featuring planets and star systems.

  • Dates
    • June 3, 1503
        • Captain Kidd checks out the magic book. In the opening sequence, pirate Burger Beard travels to Bikini Atoll, finding a magical book that has the power to make any text written upon it real. Upon opening the book, he finds that it has been checked-out by various pirates and pirate references over the years, including Captain Kidd, Jolly Roger, Davey Jones, Red Beard, Black Beard, Blue Beard, Pink Beard - and most recently by Frank Beard, the only member of ZZ Top without a beard.

    • October 24, 1623
        • Red Beard checks out the magic book. In the opening sequence, pirate Burger Beard travels to Bikini Atoll, finding a magical book that has the power to make any text written upon it real. Upon opening the book, he finds that it has been checked-out by various pirates and pirate references over the years, including Captain Kidd, Jolly Roger, Davey Jones, Red Beard, Black Beard, Blue Beard, Pink Beard - and most recently by Frank Beard, the only member of ZZ Top without a beard.

    • June 2, 1703
        • Black Beard checks out the magic book. In the opening sequence, pirate Burger Beard travels to Bikini Atoll, finding a magical book that has the power to make any text written upon it real. Upon opening the book, he finds that it has been checked-out by various pirates and pirate references over the years, including Captain Kidd, Jolly Roger, Davey Jones, Red Beard, Black Beard, Blue Beard, Pink Beard - and most recently by Frank Beard, the only member of ZZ Top without a beard.

    • June 3, 1720
        • Blue Beard checks out the magic book. In the opening sequence, pirate Burger Beard travels to Bikini Atoll, finding a magical book that has the power to make any text written upon it real. Upon opening the book, he finds that it has been checked-out by various pirates and pirate references over the years, including Captain Kidd, Jolly Roger, Davey Jones, Red Beard, Black Beard, Blue Beard, Pink Beard - and most recently by Frank Beard, the only member of ZZ Top without a beard.

    • December 19, 1783
        • Pink Beard checks out the magic book. In the opening sequence, pirate Burger Beard travels to Bikini Atoll, finding a magical book that has the power to make any text written upon it real. Upon opening the book, he finds that it has been checked-out by various pirates and pirate references over the years, including Captain Kidd, Jolly Roger, Davey Jones, Red Beard, Black Beard, Blue Beard, Pink Beard - and most recently by Frank Beard, the only member of ZZ Top without a beard.

    • October 14, 1805
        • Frank Beard checks out the magic book. In the opening sequence, pirate Burger Beard travels to Bikini Atoll, finding a magical book that has the power to make any text written upon it real. Upon opening the book, he finds that it has been checked-out by various pirates and pirate references over the years, including Captain Kidd, Jolly Roger, Davey Jones, Red Beard, Black Beard, Blue Beard, Pink Beard - and most recently by Frank Beard, the only member of ZZ Top without a beard.

    • April 22, 1860
        • Hiram Simpson tells Colonel Burns, that Virgil is in the turnip shed to avoid getting in trouble with Colonel Burns and gets a new pair of shoes. Eventually, Mabel Simpson defends Virgil from Colonel Burns. Then Mabel and Virgil go to Canada, where a black person can blend in.
    • April 14, 1865
        • Abraham Lincoln is not assassinated. In the Seer world, Quinn reads from a book called the Events Calendar: "In 1865, a young seer from San Francisco is purported to have prevented the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln was so impressed, he created a special cabinet post - Prime Oracle, with the responsibility to foresee potential disasters. The rest of the country soon came to believe in psychic powers." (Season 2 episode Obsession)
    • November 22, 1963
        • JFK is not assassinated. In the Seer world, the sliders find a stack of magazines, including News Monthly, Viewpoint and Tempo. The cover of the copy of News Monthly reads Magazine with cover story: JFK DEAD at 78. Here, after being saved from assassination himself, Abraham Lincoln created a special cabinet post - Prime Oracle, with the responsibility to foresee potential disasters. The rest of the country soon came to believe in psychic powers. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
    • July 20, 1969
        • While everyone else is watching the moon landing, Homer has been sent to his room, where he is listening to the song "Yummy, Yummy, Yummy, I Got Love in My Tummy" by the Ohio Express.
    • July 7, 1972
        • While exploring the underground city on the janeers would, Quinn finds a plaque that reads: “Seismic Shock Column Number 6860 North Quadrant Operational July 7, 1972”. (Season 3 episode The Last of Eden)
    • March 26, 1989
        • While at Faye's restaurant, Rembrandt mentions an old weekend gig in Salt Lake City for Easter 1989. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • November 9, 1989
        • While the Berlin falls, 12-year-old Nico witnesses a violent scene in the house of his neighbor during an electric storm. Inside the house he finds a body and a man with a knife. When trying to escape, he gets hit by a car and dies.
    • September 13, 1994
        • Quinn's video diary entry: "September 13th - my attempt to create the world's first anti-grav device has taken a decidedly bizarre turn. Anti-grav uh-uh. Something else, definitely. But what?" (Pilot episode)
    • September 21, 1994
        • Quinn's video diary entry: "September 21st - After days of careful analysis, I've come to the conclusion that the center of the ring could be the mouth of a tunnel or a gateway to another existence." (Pilot episode)
    • September 25, 1994
        • Quinn's video diary entry: "September 25th - For three days, I've been sending objects into the void - a paper airplane, Rubik's cube, even my T-Rex. I figured the carnivore could take care of himself. All vanished without a trace. Last night I perfected aa timing device, designed to return things from wherever it is they're going. I sent another object in 19 minutes, 40 seconds ago. with the timer set on 20 minutes. With any luck, it should be returning right about... now! ...and the crowd goes crazy!" (Pilot episode)
    • September 26, 1994
        • Quinn's video diary entry: "September 26th - I've been thinking about sending Schrodinger through. First cat into the void. But if anything were to happen, I know I couldn't live with that. Still, the need to know overwhelms the human instinct for self-preservation. Of course, sending the camera is the logical choice, but the electrical field nukes the picture. So - tomorrow morning, I myself will step through the gate, and finally see what's on the other side." (Pilot episode)
    • January 28, 1995
        • Date on telegram to Mrs. Brown, informing her that her husband Sergeant Rembrandt Brown has been rescued in the Outback, is resting comfortably in a Melbourne hospital and will be contacting her shortly. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • March 12, 1995
        • Date of The Rumour newspaper headline in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War: "Prince Harold: Poor at Home with their Poverty" (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • March 19, 1995
        • Date on telegram to Mrs. Brown, informing her that her husband Sergeant Rembrandt Brown has been rescued in the Outback, is resting comfortably in a Melbourne hospital and will be contacting her shortly. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • February 11, 1996
        • Krusty the Clown is busted for tax evasion and fakes his death in a plane crash. He establishes a new identity, Rory B. Bellows. However, abandons the identity shortly after.
    • April 25, 1998
        • Homer is hired as a sting operator by the IRS. During the mission, the agents uncover the trillion-dollar bill Mr. Burns stole. Mr. Burns, Homer, and Smithers flee to Cuba, where Fidel Castro steals the bill from them.
    • September 6, 1998
        • Springfield gets filled with too much garbage, causing them to resort to Plan B: Moving every building at least 5 miles (or more, depending on how much garbage there was) down the road.
    • January 31, 1999
        • Homer and a new friend, Wally Kogen, take several Springfield citizens to Super Bowl XXXIII in Miami. However, they are locked in a detention cell after their tickets are discovered to be counterfeit.
    • February 1, 2000
        • Ned's wife, Maude Flanders dies at a racecourse after being hit by some folded shirts. Ned Flanders is left distraught. (Season 11 episode Alone Again, Natura-Diddily)
    • May 10, 2005
        • After a shaving accident at the Springfield Mall, Bart and Lisa hide in the movie theater with Homer. They watch a film titled Left Below, which convinces Homer that the Rapture is coming.
    • July 29, 2005
        • Kirk and Luann decide to begin seeing each other again after running into each other at Maggie’s pox party. However, when Milhouse and Bart try to separate them again, this inadvertently causes Homer and Marge to briefly split up.
    • April 30, 2006
        • The Itchy and Scratchy Musical is shown and Springfield Elementary School becomes gender-segregated for a short period of time. (Season 17 episode Girls Just Want to Have Sums)
    • February 1, 2008
        • Homer unintentionally destroys Fast-Food Boulevard, but then later makes up for it when he tells everyone they need to rebuild Fast-Food Boulevard bigger and better than ever. To rebuild it, they need a bond issue that they make part of their next election, the Springfield presidential primary. They move it to next Tuesday, just a week ahead of New Hampshire.
    • July 4, 2009
        • The Simpsons go to Kozy Kabins. Homer and Marge discover the affairs that each other had with Alberto and Sylvia, who are now married and have their own child named Ruthie. Homer tries to show
    • February 12, 2010
        • The Simpsons go to compete in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada. Marge manages to win demonstration gold for the United States, giving them their first and only medal of the entire Olympics.
    • March 31, 2013
        • Bart is falsely accused of pulling a prank on Easter that involves eggs getting blown out of trumpets and breaking when hitting everyone. Several days later, Groundskeeper Willie is revealed to be the true culprit.
    • November 9, 2014
        • After moving into a house in the suburbs, married couple Vera Roy and David Ortiz find a TV set, video recorder and cassettes in a store room during an electrical storm. The TV broadcasts a 25 year old news report from the night that the previous resident 12-year-old Nico died.
    • October 3, 2023
        • Steve Rogers attends a therapy group with Snap survivors. A rat in a San Francisco storage unit activates the Quantum Tunnel, bringing Scott Lang back from the Quantum Realm.
    • October 10, 2023
        • The Avengers conduct their first time travel test using the Quantum Tunnel in Luis' van. Tony Stark informs Steve he figured out time travel.
    • October 17, 2023
        • The Blip. Hulk uses Tony Stark's Nano Gauntlet, returning all life lost in the Snap, burning his arm. Thanos attacks. Doctor Strange and his friends use Inter-dimensional Portals to assemble a massive army of superheroes, Asgardians, Ravagers, and Wakandans. Following an intense battle, Iron Man snaps Thanos and his army, then dies... in Spider-Man: Far From Home, Betty Brant says on the "last day of school" before "summer", in late June, that the snapped people were brought back "8 months ago", placing Hulk's snap in October 2023. Approximately 11 days after Hulk's snap there is a full moon over Wakanda, which would be the night of October 28, 2023, making Hulk's snap October 17, 2023.
    • October 30, 2023
        • Thor tells Valkyrie he is leaving New Asgard in her care, dubbing her New Asgard's new king, before joining the Guardians of the Galaxy aboard the Benatar. Captain America returns all the Infinity Stones to the moment they were taken. Instead of return to the Quantum Tunnel, he travels back to the 1949, staying there to spend the rest of his life with Peggy Carter.
  • Dates-Birthdays
    • June 12, 1874
        • Date of Birth on the headstone of David Halifax that metahuman Trent MacGowen, a.k.a. Ginsu Boy, destroys with his liquid metal arm while attacking Lois in Smallville Cemetery when she is investigating Chloe’s grave. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
    • September 22, 1983
        • In a reference to the TV show Lost, a promotional image for the whitepages app on the Google Play store includes a listing for Kate Austen. Phone (481) 516-2342 Verizon Mobile number in Seattle, WA. Location 108 Oceanic Ave #316 Seattle, WA 98109. Birthday September 22, 1983.

    • July 25, 1984
        • Rita's first husband John Alan Ackerman born - Date of Birth as listed on marriage certificate. Likely a mistake, as the Date of Marriage is listed as being five years later in 1989.

    • April 19, 1989
        • Rita born Rita Ann Brandon - Date of Birth as listed on her first marriage certificate. Likely a mistake, as the Date of Marriage is listed as being the same year of 1989.

  • Dates-Death
    • July 13, 1929
        • Date of Death on the headstone of David Halifax that metahuman Trent MacGowen, a.k.a. Ginsu Boy, destroys with his liquid metal arm while attacking Lois in Smallville Cemetery when she is investigating Chloe’s grave. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
  • Dates-Expiration
    • January 24, 1996
        • Expiration Date on Quinn's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • May 15, 1996
        • Expiration Date on Wade's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • September 23, 1996
        • Expiration Date on Arturo's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • February 12, 2017
        • Expiration Date on infected man Fai Li's passport.
  • Dates-Issue
    • May 7, 1991
        • Issued Date on Arturo's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • April 9, 1992
        • Issued Date on Wade's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • February 21, 1993
        • Issued Date on Quinn's California driver license that FBI agents show to Conrad in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
  • Dates-NoYear
    • March 10
        • The first vaccine raffle announced goes to people born on March 10.
    • April 6
        • Pablo's birthday, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

    • April 9
        • Date of Health Inspector visit, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

    • April 17
        • Cynthia's birthday, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

    • April 26
        • Date of bulk trash pick-up, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

    • April 28
        • Date of the DEA Fun Run, as seen on the calendar in the Los Pollos Hermanos Training Video 10-part digital series celebrating the return of Gustavo Fring for the third season of Better Call Saul.

    • September 1
        • Sam and Salt search for the freighter that carried the monkey from Africa and delivered it to Biotest around September 1st. Ships mentions include Petra, Venus and Patricia.
    • September 13
        • Mel Torme was born in Chicago. Harry Stone celebrates it every year. He doesn’t have a big affair. It’s not a national holiday. Not yet. (Season 1 episode Quadrangle of Love)
  • Dentists
    • Purvis, DDS
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • Outpost
        • Trading post on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • Redfield’s Department Store
        • It turns out that the Redfield’s Department Store Santa's real name is John Stevens, and he's a patient of Dr. Peter Green at the Winwood Psychiatric Center. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
  • Diners
    • Eva's Kitchen
        • Diner from Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination where Benny's girlfriend and Kasidy Yates' counterpart Cassie works. There is also a menu in Benny's apartment. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
    • Lost in The 50s Drive-In
        • Diner on the lawyer world. Be prepared to show some picture ID, your salmonella insurance, your carbonated beverage release forms and a doctor's note verifying that your cholesterol count is below 200. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
  • Doctors
    • Doctor Xang Medical Clinic
        • On the Sorcerer world, the sliders take the injured Quinn (after being shot in the shoulder by the Lottery Commission) to the Doctor Xang Medical Clinic to see Manfred Xang, M.D. There's a degree from Pacifica University in his office. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • Dorian, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

    • Dr. Bolivar
        • Doctor that treats “fractures” - people that snap after working themselves too hard. (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
    • Dr. Coheeba
        • Doctor mentioned on TV commercial on the oil company world. (Season 3 episode The Fire Within)
    • Dr. Deera Mubaric
        • Doctor on the Egypt world. (Season 3 Slide Like an Egyptian)
    • Dr. Mascelli
        • Doctor called to the ER over the intercom at the hospital in Cedar Creek, California.
    • Dr. Morris
        • Doctor called over the intercom at the Bay Area Breeding Center on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population. "Dr. Morris: Please report to stimulation room 16." (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Gray, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

    • Randolph, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

    • Reid, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

    • Turk, MD
        • Physician listed on the Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices sign. Some doctor names appear to be references to fictional doctors on Scrubs: Dorian for JD, Reid for Elliot, Turk & Cox. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

  • Drugstores
    • Feel-Rite Pharmacy
        • Drug store in the Fever world. An alternative pharmacy. Arturo calls it a Medieval apothecary. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • Springfield Pharmacy
        • When Marge finds herself alone with the other contestants' entries in the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest, she taints them with Maggie's Baby Ear Medicine from the Springfield Pharmacy. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Village Pharmacy
        • Drugstore in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
  • Electronics
    • The Cellular Regeneration and Entertainment Chamber
        • Chamber specially designed to transmit biogenic energy on a chromoelectric wavelength and send uplifting and entertaining messages to the nuclei of every cell in your body. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • I-sleepPRO
        • Announcer: Traveling can be tough. Especially if you find it difficult to sleep in a strange room. You’ve tried white noise machines, but they just don’t work. That’s why Sharper Image has created the I-Sleep Pro. The I-Sleep Pro not only has a setting for White Noise… but also one for Black Noise. Now you have the soothing sounds you’re used to. Sounds like muffled Tyler Perry sitcoms. An old lady complaining about foot problems through the wall. Bass. Domestic arguments. And the movie “Friday”. So you can get the rest you need. And get ready to take on the world. I-Sleep-Pro. Get the sleep you need. (Bryan Cranston 10/02/10 sketch I-Sleep Pro)
    • Optolythic Data Rod
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Shrink Ray
        • The New Invention Expo science-themed convention in Springfield features new inventions such as the Vagrant Translator and the Shrink Ray, Professor Frink's invention designed to reduce the size of his new multivitamin. "See the inventions of tomorrow! Today and Tomorrow" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment In the Belly of the Boss)
    • Vagrant Translator
        • The New Invention Expo science-themed convention in Springfield features new inventions such as the Vagrant Translator and the Shrink Ray, Professor Frink's invention designed to reduce the size of his new multivitamin. "See the inventions of tomorrow! Today and Tomorrow" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment In the Belly of the Boss)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Moonatic Electronics
        • Electronics store in San Francisco.
        • The sliders watch a Channel 73 news report on a TV inside Moonatic Electronics about the impending arrival of the South American spider wasp swarm, a hybrid creature created in a Venezuelan lab as potential form of pest control. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
        • Quinn bandages up Arturo's head out in front of Moonatic Electronics in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
        • The sliders walk by Moonatic Electronics when they arrive in the giant tidal wave world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
        • The sliders watch an SFN news report at Moonatic Electronics about the Union of Concerned Scientists on the asteroid world. "The biggest sale in the history of discounted electronics" (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • Peterson's Appliance
        • Store in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Vacuum Tube City
        • Store on the repressed technology world. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
  • Elementary Schools
    • Mondale Elementary School
        • Mondale Elementary School in suburban Minneapolis is closed on Day 7 following the deaths of the school nurse and three students.
  • Energy and Power Companies
    • Bayside Power & Electric
        • The government agency known as the Bureau of Anti-Technology enforces the anti-technology statutes of Article 417 while secretly hiding technology in a Bayside Power & Electric warehouse. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
  • Entertainment for Hire
    • Malcom The Human Oddity
        • Carnival sideshow performer that Harry mentions, with two complete faces on one head. (Season 1 episode The Eye of the Beholder)
    • Springfield Wing Walkers
        • Group of female performers from the golden age of aircraft, featuring none other than Agnes Skinner. Seen in film at the Springfield Air and Space Museum. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
  • Essays and Reports
    • Coset Wormholes and Keller Orbifolds
        • Thesis by Maximillian Arturo. (Pilot episode)
  • Event Centers
    • Capital City Convention Center
        • Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot invites Lisa to the Women's Conference at the Capital City Convention Center in Capital City. "Sexy Asian Girls Talk About Wage Disparity" (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • Springfield Convention Center
        • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest at the Springfield Convention Center, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. The winner becomes the new face of of Auntie Ovenfresh. Marge: Clever presentation is as important as taste. "Warning: First ten rows may get fat" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • Burger Shop
        • Barry Allen leaves a job interview at doggy daycare center Central Bark in Central City to save a cute girl from a car accident in which her car is crushed by a Gard'ner Tex organic farm foods truck when the driver is distracted by dropping his fast food burger from Burger Shop. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Tony's
        • The sliders walk by Tony's, a burger joint, when they arrive in the giant tidal wave world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
  • Fast Food-Hot Dogs
    • House of Haut Dog
        • The sliders initially appear to be at the real restaurant Jody Maroni's Sausage Kingdom on the Christmas shopping world, but then an employee appears wearing a “House of Haut Dog” shirt. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
  • Fast Food-Other
    • Chum Bucket
        • The magical book tells the story of SpongeBob SquarePants and his adventures in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob works for Mr. Krabs at the Krusty Krab fast food restaurant, where he cooks Krabby Patties. SpongeBob has spent several years protecting the secret formula of the Krabby Patty from Plankton, the owner of the Chum Bucket eatery.
    • Mr. Krabs
        • The magical book tells the story of SpongeBob SquarePants and his adventures in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob works for Mr. Krabs at the Krusty Krab fast food restaurant, where he cooks Krabby Patties. SpongeBob has spent several years protecting the secret formula of the Krabby Patty from Plankton, the owner of the Chum Bucket eatery.
  • Film Production Companies
    • Burns' Celluloid Whimsies
        • Film production company behind Ned Flanders' religious movie Tales of the Old Testament. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Pharm-er John's Productions
        • Marge and Lisa demand answers about the cost of prescription drugs from Pharm-er John's Pharmaceuticals. They are shown a film made by Pharm-er John's Productions. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
  • Financial Services
    • Ferengi Futures Exchange
        • DaiMon Igel petitions Grand Nagus Zek to sell his Uranium interests on the Ferengi Futures Exchange. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Hypicate Root
        • While Quark and Rom's mother Ishka, also known as Moogie, waits to be rescued, she educates the Vorta Yelgrun about the versatility of hypicate root and how it is used in certain medicines, diffractive optics, and even some beauty supplies such as cream of hypicate. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Matopin Rock Fungi
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Moon Grass
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Sunstalk
        • Plant that grows on the janeers world. (Season 3 episode The Last of Eden)
    • Tri-nucleic Fungus
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
  • Food
    • Groatcakes
        • Syrup of squill, often served on groatcakes, has been unavailable for over a year due to the drought on Balancar, which Quark proves was a scam to increase the value. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Mapa Bread
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Ovenfresh Flour
        • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food
        • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. "Tastier than a human heart" Kent Brockman: The favorite from Zihuatanejo to Popocatepetl. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
  • Food Companies
    • Gard'ner Tex
        • Barry Allen leaves a job interview at doggy daycare center Central Bark in Central City to save a cute girl from a car accident in which her car is crushed by a Gard'ner Tex organic farm foods truck when the driver is distracted by dropping his fast food burger from Burger Shop. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Koobler
        • Stand in for Food company Keebler. Homer muses that if Marge wins the Ovenfresh Bakeoff and becomes Auntie Ovenfresh, he'll get to meet all of the food personalities... Mr. Cashew, The Koobler dwarfs, Snip, Crinkle and Poof, Twinkle the Kidd. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Ovenfresh Industries
        • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
  • Fruits and Vegetables
    • Alvas
        • Grape like fruit that grows all over Bajor, at least in the Prime Universe. The Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos has never heard of them. (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
    • Clavisoa Berries
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Golana Melon
        • Fruit from the planet Golana, the planet where Miles took his family for a picnic and Molly wanders off and falls into a time portal, sending her 300 years back in time. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Livanian Beet
        • Odo wants Morn to do something about his Livanian beets shipment in Cargo bay 3 that's been there for two weeks and is starting to rot. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • Moba
        • The food provided for the Cardassian comfort women in Kira's orb time travel experience includes fresh moba, katterpod beans, hasperat, veklava and a pot of deka tea. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
    • Tartoc
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Yelg Melon
        • Quark's math problem: Say you have 27 tessipates of land you want to plant with nice, juicy yelg melons... needs one square kerripate of land to grow in. What is the total number of melons you can plant? (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
  • Fuel Companies
    • Pan Global Oil
        • Main corporation on the oil company world. (Season 3 episode The Fire Within)
  • Furniture Stores
    • Gary's Used Mattresses
        • Wade, Arturo, D.E.R.I.C. and E.R.I.C.A. walk past a store called Gary's Used Mattresses on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • Mario's Used Furniture Warehouse
        • The FBI headquarters on the mob world is located at Mario's Used Furniture Warehouse on Williams Street. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
  • Games
    • Kotra
        • Cardassian game Garak that teaches Nog on their way to the Empok Nor space station. Later, Garak finds a lotta board on the station. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
  • Gangs
    • The Dream Masters
        • Gang that has learned how to control dreams. (Season 3 episode The Dream Masters)
  • Gift Shops
    • Goose's Gags and Gifts
        • After failing to sell shirts at his Fun Shirts booth the Springfield Novelty Expo, Bart runs into the owner of Goose's Gags and Gifts, who becomes his new business partner. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • Bajoran Council of Ministers
        • When Rom is captured, Leeta mentions asking the Bajoran Council of Ministers to petition the Dominion on his behalf. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
    • The Board of Registry
        • Government agency that runs the San Francisco National Penitentiary. The sliders are required to fill out paperwork when they check-in to government housing Annex 7-7-0. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
    • Board of Taxicab Control
        • Government agency over taxi drivers on the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • BRP
        • The Bureau of Repopulation. Government agency that oversee the breeding centers on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Bureau of Anti-Technology
        • The government agency known as the Bureau of Anti-Technology enforces the anti-technology statutes of Article 417 while secretly hiding technology in a Bayside Power & Electric warehouse. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
    • CHC
        • California Health Commission. Government agency in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • The Council of Humanity
        • Scientists from NASA and the Institute of Temporal Anomalies interview a trio of time travelers. A portal opened while they were watching Showtime, sending two of them into the future to meet the future government called The Council of Humanity and were taken to a place called the Oculus that was a gateway to other solar systems. The third person was sent back to caveman times. (Sketch A Journey Through Time)
    • Council of Ministers
        • Sisko tells Kai Winn to stall her talks with Weyoun by telling him she needs to consult the Council of Ministers before signing a treaty. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Federal Space Agency
        • Government agency on the asteroid world. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • Ferengi Gaming Commission
        • Grand Nagus Zak tells Quark that Arcybite ore futures are continuing to increase, that the Bolians have finally agreed to allow the Ferengi Gaming Commission to take over all their gambling emporiums, and that he has decided to allocate extra funds for research on a new breed of Hupyrian Beetles. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Global Repatriation Council
        • GRC. International council that manages resources for refugees displaced by the Blip. (Season 1 episode The Star-Spangled Man)
        • “Helping you get back to the way things were.” Reset. Restore. Rebuild. (Season 1 episode Power Broker)
    • The High Command
        • Government agency that Rembrandt's interrogator Ross J. Kelley - the lawyer from the Sliders' original reality - mentions on the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • The Kromagg Dynasty
        • Marauders. Killers. And they eat eyes. Race of technologically advanced humanoid primates that travel from Earth to Earth, claiming most as their own under a brutal occupation. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • The Lottery Commission
        • The sliders visit a world that has conquered overpopulation using a Lottery system, simply called The Lottery, administered by a government agency called The Lottery Commission. Citizens play by taking money from an automated teller - the more money you take, the greater chance to win. Winners basically get whatever they want for a day, party at The Lottery Winners Ball that night, and then the next morning they are given a painless death, and their beneficiaries are handsomely rewarded. Anyone that wins but then tries to back out of the arrangement is taken to the Municipal Processing Center for a painful death. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
    • The People's Army
        • Arturo's counterpart on the communist world is Citizen General of the Western Sector of the People’s Army. (Pilot episode)
    • Romulan Senate
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Section 31
        • Deputy Director Sloan of Section 31 questions Julian, claiming he is a Dominion spy and doesn't know it - then attempts to recruit him. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • Sino-Soviet Empire
        • On the communist world, the United States lost the Korean War. Then, the Sino-Soviet Empire swept the globe. First Indochina, then Europe, South America. The U.S. was economically isolated from the rest of the world. Their assets and technology grew while the U.S.' shrank and finally collapsed.
    • Springfield Board of Health
        • Poem that Homer writes when Moe's bar is closed down by the Springfield Board of Health. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • War Plans Council
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
  • Grocery Stores
    • Fish Market
        • Abandoned generic fish market building on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • Somerfield Supermarket
        • Director Edgar Wright plays a shelf-stacker at Somerfield Supermarket.

  • Hardware and Tools
    • Li'l Chipper
        • Ned throws his gun in a miniature wood chipper to avoid shooting Homer as he saw in his Dead Zone vision - changing the future to one in which Homer destroys the town by pressing the core destruct button at the power plant. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment The Ned Zone)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
  • Healthcare-Other
    • Bay Area Breeding Center
        • On the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, the male sliders are assumed to have escaped from the Oakland Breeding Facility, before being taken to the Bay Area Breeding Center. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Oakland Breeding Facility
        • On the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, the male sliders are assumed to have escaped from the Oakland Breeding Facility, before being taken to the Bay Area Breeding Center. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
  • High Schools
    • California High School
        • The sliders find trophies and awards in Quinn's counterpart's house on the Eggheads world, including a Most Valuable Player award for the California High School Academic Championship, an All-American Academic Excellence award and a TV Physicist of the Year trophy. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Historical Events
    • The Blip
        • Various mentions - Both Sam and Bucky mention having been gone for five years. Criminal organization The Flag Smashers believes that the world was better during the Blip. (Season 1 episode New World Order)
    • The Detroit Uprising
        • 1982 event twelve years earlier on the communist world, during which Rembrandt's counterpart was killed. (Pilot episode)
    • The Great National Plebiscite
        • The event that changed the world into a matriarchy, which the mayor mentions during her debate with Arturo. (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
    • Lissepian Mother's Day Heist
        • Quark is first led to believe that Morn's missing 1,000 bricks of gold pressed latinum came from him winning the Lissepian Lottery, then the Royal family of Luria. Eventually he finds out that it was stolen during the famous Lissepian Mother's Day Heist - while the entire world was celebrating, someone broke into the Central Bank. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • The Massacre At The Kiessa Monastery
        • Kira's Cardassian friend Ghemor was a soldier present when the Kiessa Monestery on Bajor was destroyed and seventeen unarmed monks were killed during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. (Season 5 Ties of Blood and Water)
    • The Reckoning
        • The discovery of a thirty thousand year old Bajoran tablet buried under the holy city of B'hala announces the Reckoning, the time when the future of Bajor will be decided. The Reckoning causes an earthquake in the Kendra Valley, a tornado that strikes Tamulna, two thirds of the Rakantha wheat harvest gets destroyed by floods, and earthquakes destroy Kendra Province, leaving hundreds homeless. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
  • Home Maintenance Services
    • Eastern Carpet Chemical Research Carpet Shop
        • Baron Zemo's safe house where he takes Sam and Bucky is located between a coffee shop and a building with a sign that translates to: "Eastern Carpet Chemical Research Carpet Shop". (Season 1 episode The Whole World is Watching)
  • Hospitals
    • Boston Municipal Hospital
        • Lisa visits Jimbo Scott attempting to find out how he got sick.
    • E-Val Center
        • Hospital where they take the “fractures” - people that snap after working themselves too hard. (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
    • Gulfhaven Plaza Medical Offices
        • Chick goes to the doctor. (Season 4 episode Don't Fade On Me)

    • Monroe County Hospital
        • After Monroe County Hospital medical worker Henry Seward is exposed to pet shop owner Rudy Alvarez's blood sample, he spreads the virus to patrons of the local movie theater.
  • Hospitals-Mental Health
    • Gatehaven
        • Mental institution.
        • Rembrandt visits psychiatrist Dr. Matthew Liebling, MD, PH.D, who tries to have him committed to Gatehaven, but then ends up getting committed himself after watching the sliders slide. (Season 2 episode Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome)
        • The strange man the sliders meet on the Invasion world is wearing a Gatehaven medical bracelet. Wade mentions that her uncle used wot work at a place called Gatehaven, a mental institution. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • Winwood Psychiatric Center
        • It turns out that the Redfield’s Department Store Santa's real name is John Stevens, and he's a patient of Dr. Peter Green at the Winwood Psychiatric Center. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
  • Housing-Other
    • Annex 7-7-0
        • On the earthquake prison world, the sliders' new friend L.J. trades a carton of cigarettes to get the sliders a place to stay in government housing Annex 7-7-0. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
  • Ice Cream and Yogurt Shops
    • King Ice Cream
        • Ice cream cart that Quinn and Wade push around in the world between the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King and the lottery world. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
  • Import Export Companies
    • Mike's Imports
        • Import store on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Oslo Exports
        • Banners for previous winners hang in the airplane on the Game world: "VividTek '92", "North South Invitational", "Oslo Exports '95". (Season 3 episode Rules of the Game)
  • Institutes
    • Biotest
        • Jimbo Scott steals a monkey from Biotest and tried to sell it to pet shop owner Rudy Alvarez of Rudy's Pet Shop in Cedar Creek, California.
    • Institute of Temporal Anomalies
        • Scientists from NASA and the Institute of Temporal Anomalies interview a trio of time travelers. A portal opened while they were watching Showtime, sending two of them into the future to meet the future government called The Council of Humanity and were taken to a place called the Oculus that was a gateway to other solar systems. The third person was sent back to caveman times. (Sketch A Journey Through Time)
    • Thomas Malthus Center For Sexual Ethics and Education
        • A news report mentions the president attending the center’s reopening. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
  • Islands
    • Leiguflug Island
        • Bruce Wayne rides a Kuvikasilfur helicopter to Leiguflug Island to find the Aquaman. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Pirate Island
        • When Mr. Burns and Smithers escape from his employees at the Springfield Air and Space Museum, Mr. Burns shouts, "Next stop - Pirate Island!" (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Stryker's Island
        • The super friends battle Steppenwolf and his minions on Stryker's Island, beneath Gotham Harbor.
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Barton Jewelry Store
        • Harry's "mother" threw a brick through the Barton Jewelry Store window. (Season 1 episode Welcome Back, Momma)
    • Herald Jewelers
        • Jewelry store on the Christmas shopping world that Rembrandt sings about: “Hark the Herald Jewelers sing, Buy your wife a diamond ring!” (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
  • Job Services
    • Springfield Employment Agency
        • Homer goes looking for a second job after Mr. Burns cancels the employee prescription drug plan. "When you need to show the state you tried" (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
  • Laboratories
  • Laws and Statutes
    • Article 417
        • On the repressed technology world, certain technologies are outlawed by Article 417, the anti-technology statutes. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
    • Article III Section 5
        • Law on the world where the youth are in charge. "Signs refusing service are required to be posted in a location clearly visible from the exterior of said establishment." (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Federal Statutes 113/24B and C
        • When the sliders find themselves in a dinosaur sanctuary, they are threatened with arrest for trespassing on a restricted preserve, destruction of an endangered species, otherwise known as poaching. (Season 2 episode In Dino Veritas)
    • Ferengi Bill of Opportunities
        • Grand Nagus Zek adds an amendment to the Ferengi Bill of Opportunities giving Ferengi females the right to wear clothes. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • The Patch Act
        • GRC legislation which would seek to restore traditional border regulations and fast-track the return to normalcy. (Season 1 episode The Whole World is Watching)
        • WHiH covers GRC meeting to vote on the Patch Act. (Season 1 episode Truth)
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    • Prop. 199
        • Law on the world the sliders visit right before the world where Rembrandt’s counterpart was the King that ensures Quinn’s death sentence for spray painting graffiti is carried out quickly, also known as “The instant justice initiative”. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Starfleet Special Order 66715
        • According to Section 31's Sloan, Starfleet Special Order 66715 gives him the authority to neutralize security threats to Deep Space Nine by whatever means necessary. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • Station Regulation 2562, Paragraph 4
        • Regulation that Odo cites when ordering Quark to remove his bar stools. "All furniture intended for use on the promenade must not pose a danger to public safety." (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
  • Legal Services
    • Drexel-BuHock
        • Law firm on the Texas world, with 1300 gunfighters on the payroll. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Marion, Teague & Weisman
        • Lana's new boyfriend Jason Teague's father's legal firm. (Season 4 episode Facade)
    • Ross J. Kelley
        • Shyster lawyer from TV commercials in Quinn's original world.
        • Ross J. Kelley's counterpart interrogates Rembrandt on the communist world where Quinn and friends land after returning from the ice age Earth. (Pilot episode)
        • Ross J. Kelley's counterpart on the Sorcerer world is still a shyster lawyer, though practicing a different style of law, focusing on the supernatural. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
    • Silverberg, Thompson, Katzoff, Klien, O'Leary, Phelps & Manning
        • Lawyer that approaches Rembrandt at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
  • Libraries
    • San Francisco Central Library
        • Library on the Eggheads world. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Lodging-Hotels
    • Chancellor Hotel
        • The sliders stay at the Chancellor Hotel on the Egypt world. (Season 3 Slide Like an Egyptian)
    • Dominion Hotel
        • Hotel in San Francisco.
        • The sliders stay at the Dominion Hotel on the Sorcerer world. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
        • The sliders stay at the Dominion Hotel. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
        • On the earthquake prison world, Wade tells L.J. to take them to the Dominion Hotel on Hubbell Street. The sliders' new friend L.J. informs her that Hubbell Street's rubble. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
        • When the male sliders are attacked by a mob of women on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, Quinn shouts out to everybody to meet back at the Dominion Hotel. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
        • On the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, Jane Hill, owner of Mrs. Hill's Bakery company, rescues Quinn. At his request, she checks with the Dominion Hotel for his friends. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
        • On the repressed technology world, the sliders are separated upon arrival when lightning strikes the portal, stranding Quinn in the astral plane. Arturo mentions meeting at Dominion Hotel. Later, they check into the Dominion Hotel. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
        • They sliders stay at the Dominion Hotel in the Seer world. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
        • On the mob world, the sliders stay at the Dominion Hotel. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
        • The sliders stay at the Dominion Hotel on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
        • The sliders plan to meet back at the Dominion Hotel before the slide. (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
    • Four Seasons Hotel Springfield
        • Hotel where Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot stays when she returns to Springfield. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • King Edward Hotel
        • Hotel on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Mirage Hotel
        • There's a poster on the wall of Arturo's office at the university on the Eggheads world from Arturo's counterpart's live lecture at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas. There is a Mirage hotel in Las Vegas, but it just "Mirage", not the "Mirage Hotel". The logo is distinctly different. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Royal Chancellor Hotel
        • The sliders stay at the Royal Chancellor Hotel in L.A. on the televised justice world. (Season 3 episode Dead Man Sliding)
    • The Royal Colony Hotel
        • Hotel where the sliders stay in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War. (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
  • Lodging-Inns
    • Grady's Inn
        • In Resident Evil 3: Nemesis at the beginning of intro cutscene with Jill's narration featured the picture of right curving North Street in Boston, Massachusetts, one can see the sign written with "GRADY'S INN" on the building.
  • Lodging-Motels
    • Motel 12
        • San Francisco motel.
        • On the Lottery world, the sliders stay at Motel 12. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, the sliders stay at the Motel 12. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
  • Lodging-Other
    • Brother John’s Southside Mission
        • D.E.R.I.C. and E.R.I.C.A. walk past a storefront called Brother John’s Southside Mission on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • Paradise Bed & Breakfast
        • Hotel where the sliders stay in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
  • Magazines-Adult
    • Stud Magazine
        • A couple getting married find themselves at Night Court when nude pictures of the bride are distributed at the wedding, naked photos from the April 1980 issue of Stud magazine. (Season 1 episode The Former Harry Stone)
  • Magazines-Entertainment
    • Bay Area TV Listings
        • Rembrandt peruses a TV guide like magazine called Bay Area TV Listings on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, calling out TV program names such as Sisters: The Outlaw Years, Hanging with Mrs. Cooper and The Fresh Princess of Bel Air. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • San Francisco View
        • The sliders find a copy of San Francisco View next to the TV in the Dominion Hotel, a local stand-in for TV Guide, featuring the cast of Dragnet: The Next Generation on the cover, two young police wearing kilts. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Tempo
        • In the Seer world, the sliders find a stack of magazines, including News Monthly, Viewpoint and Tempo. The cover of the copy of News Monthly reads Magazine with cover story: JFK DEAD at 78. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
    • Viewpoint
        • In the Seer world, the sliders find a stack of magazines, including News Monthly, Viewpoint and Tempo. The cover of the copy of News Monthly reads Magazine with cover story: JFK DEAD at 78. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
  • Magazines-News
    • News Monthly
        • News magazine.
        • Magazine on the world where the youth are in charge, featuring cover story: Don Buchanan Presidential Candidate. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
        • In the Seer world, the sliders find a stack of magazines, including News Monthly, Viewpoint and Tempo. The cover of the copy of News Monthly reads Magazine with cover story: JFK DEAD at 78. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
    • Texas Financial
        • Magazine on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • World View
        • Magazine on the pulsar world: “Russia vs. U.S.A. The Final Round?” (Season 3 episode The Exodus Part 1)
  • Magazines-Other
    • Assault Weapon Magazine
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Chestwear Monthly
        • Magazine that Homer reads, with Bart on the cover. "Public cottons to Simpson's shirts" (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • First-Born Twin Magazine
        • Twins Sherri and Terri read twin-themed magazines. Sherri reads First-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Patty Bouvier on the cover; Terri reads Second-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Selma Bouvier on the cover. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
    • Galaxy Science Fiction
        • Rival to Incredible Tales, the science fiction magazine where Benny works in Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
    • Gentleman’s Quarterly
        • The news vendor called Bernie's near the entrance to the park on the matriarchy world sells magazines Gentleman’s Quarterly and the Sports Monthly swimsuit edition magazine, featuring men wearing tiny Speedos. (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
    • Incredible Tales
        • Science fiction magazine from Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination where Benny works. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
    • Second-Born Twin Magazine
        • Twins Sherri and Terri read twin-themed magazines. Sherri reads First-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Patty Bouvier on the cover; Terri reads Second-Born Twin Magazine, featuring Selma Bouvier on the cover. (Season 16 Sleeping with the Enemy)
  • Magazines-Sports
    • Popular Sports
        • The sliders find magazines in Quinn's counterpart's house on the Eggheads world, all featuring Quinn's counterpart on the cover. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Sports Monthly
        • The news vendor called Bernie's near the entrance to the park on the matriarchy world sells magazines Gentleman’s Quarterly and the Sports Monthly swimsuit edition magazine, featuring men wearing tiny Speedos. (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
  • Magazines-Tech
    • Gray Matter
        • The sliders find magazines in Quinn's counterpart's house on the Eggheads world, all featuring Quinn's counterpart on the cover. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Manufacturing Companies
    • AIMM Alderson
        • International mining and manufacturing company. A sick employee is shown on an airplane on Day 2.
  • Meat Alternatives
    • Geomash
        • Food served by a vendor on the resource-strapped world where Quinn's counterpart Logan is female. (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
  • Medicine
    • Baby Ear Medicine
        • When Marge finds herself alone with the other contestants' entries in the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest, she taints them with Maggie's Baby Ear Medicine from the Springfield Pharmacy. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Biomimetic Gel
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Cerethro
        • Dr. Fine is working on a suppression medication called Cerethro to keep serotonin levels in check. (Season 4 episode Facade)
    • E-1101
        • Medicine designed to kill the African strain of the Motaba virus.
    • Forsythia
        • Rumors about the drug Forsythia prompt a run at local stores.
    • Hexadrin
        • Kira's friend Tekeny Ghemor, suffering from Yarim Fel Syndrome, does not respond to Hexadrin therapy. (Season 5 episode Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Jammitin
        • Drug commercial to help old people have sex that Ned's kids Rod and Todd watch on TV. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Powdered Newt Supplements
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Prairie Oyster
        • Hangover remedy on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Professor Lazarus' Dead No More Elixir
        • Elixir that Comic Book Guys reaches for as he's dying. It spills on a stool instead, bringing it to life. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • Ribavirin
        • Stories circulate on the internet that the drug Ribavirin has shown to be effective.
    • Tremfalta
        • Once daily pill that helps you control your IBS instead of it controlling you. (Episode 4/10/2021 host Casey Mulligan)
  • Menu Items
    • Altair Sandwich
        • When Worf's bachelor party ends prematurely, Miles and Julian head to Quarks to eat after fasting for several days. Their order: One steak with mushrooms. Baked potato, sour cream and chives. One double Altair sandwich, no mustard. Two bowls of linguini. Bajoran shrimp with extra cheese. One loaf of mapa bread. And freshly squeezed Kava juice. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Armadillo Steak
        • Menu item at the Lamplighter Saloon on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Bregit Lung
        • Worf's son Alexander chooses bregit lung for dinner. The other Klingons mock him, offering him way too much grapok sauce, because it "brings out the flavor". (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Broiled Krada Legs
        • Kira invites Odo out to lunch at the Klingon restaurant because she's craving broiled krada legs. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Businessman's Special
        • Menu item at the Wall Street Saloon on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Carnivore Burger
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Double Whammy Burger
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Frog Sweetbread
        • The Crying Man's number one fan on the world where Quinn's counterpart Logan is female takes Rembrandt out to eat and orders him his counterpart's favorite dish - the best frog sweetbreads in all of San Angeles. (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
    • Krabby Patties
        • The magical book tells the story of SpongeBob SquarePants and his adventures in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob works for Mr. Krabs at the Krusty Krab fast food restaurant, where he cooks Krabby Patties. SpongeBob has spent several years protecting the secret formula of the Krabby Patty from Plankton, the owner of the Chum Bucket eatery.
    • Matopin Rock Fungi Tossed On a Bed of Tartoc and Seasoned with Clavisoa Berries
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Nozala Sandwich
        • The Orion Syndicate goons on Farius that Miles infiltrates order some nozala sandwiches with extra vilm sauce. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Palamarian Sea Urchin Lightly Sautéed with Garlic and Moon Grass
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Snail Steak
        • The chairman of Slug-O-Cola takes Quark - disguised as female Lumba - out to eat snail steals at Quark’s. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Stewed Bok-rat Liver
        • Dish served aboard the IKS Rotarran. Jadzia Dax exclaimed it wasn't very fresh, but it would be better with the bloodwine she had brought from Deep Space 9. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Super Carnivore Burger
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Whammy Burger
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Whammy Burger with Cheese
        • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
  • Menu Items-Drinks
    • Eelwasser
        • Acting Grand Nagus Brunt orders an eelwasser, then changes his order to Slug-O-Cola, then cancels his order altogether. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Finial
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Fizz
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Flare
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Flip
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Foam
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Froth
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, an order comes in from a table that includes a Fizz, a Froth, a Flip, a Finial, a Foam and a Flare. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Silken Sunrise
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, he mixes up a Silven Surprise and a Silken Sunrise. Odo corrects him. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Silven Surprise
        • While Quark is dealing with a broken drink replicator, he mixes up a Silven Surprise and a Silken Sunrise. Odo corrects him. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
        • Julian's in the mood for one of Quark's famous Til'amin froths. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • Attack Pattern Sierra Four
        • While Nog and Jake are traveling on the Shenandoah runabout from Starbase 257 to Ferenginar to deliver a message from Starfleet to the Grand Nagus, Red Squad commanding the U.S.S. Valiant save them from a Jem'Hadar attack using Attack pattern Sierra Four. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Bre'Nan Ritual
        • Sirella: It is time for the Bre'Nan ritual.
          Jadzia Dax: I'm busy.
          Sirella: Busy acting like a Risian slut.
          (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Hech-doop
        • Worf instructs the Miles' son Yoshi in Hech-doop, a Klingon exercise designed to teach children hand-eye coordination. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • The Path To Kal'Hyah
        • Klingon bachelor party ritual known as the path of clarity, a four-day mental and spiritual journey that the groom and his closest male friends took part in before the wedding. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Tova'dok
        • Worf mentions experiencing tova'dok with Martok while imprisoned with Martok by the Jem'Hadar - a moment of clarity between two warriors on a field of battle, during a moment in which Worf considered giving up, Martok gave him his warrior's heart. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
  • Moons
    • Trinity II
        • One of the Trinity moons featured on the Database 9807 access charts.

    • Trinity III
        • One of the Trinity moons featured on the Database 9807 access charts.

  • Mountains
    • Hamar Mountains
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
    • Mount Bloodkill
        • Bart plays with his action figures: "Sergeant Activity, your mission is to scale the icy walls of Mount Bloodkill." (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
  • Movie Theaters
    • Motor Vu Theatre
        • Drive-in movie theater. Marquee: "Stran get oo Dep ech em ode" (World in My Eyes music video)
    • State Theater
        • After Monroe County Hospital medical worker Henry Seward is exposed to pet shop owner Rudy Alvarez's blood sample, he spreads the virus to patrons of the local movie theater.
  • Movies
    • Cards
        • Movie trailer that Homer and Marge watch at Googolplex Theatres. Coming this summer from Dreamworks. 52 jokers playing the game of their lives. This summer, the house is full, and the deuces are wild! (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
    • Mel Gibson's The Salad of The Christ
        • When Santa's Little Helper swallows the remote control for the TV, the channel changes every time he barks - from the Sitcom Sunday lineup to a Spanish version of Wheel of Fortune called Rueda de Fortuna to Mel Gibson's the Salad of the Christ on Christian Carrot Theater to rap music news show Hip-hoppenings. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • The Passion of Cain and Abel
        • Ned Flanders' religious film, starring his sons Rod and Todd. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Tales of The Old Testament
        • Ned Flanders' religious movie Tales of the Old Testament plays at the Aztec Theater. Running time 800 minutes. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
  • Movies-Documentary
    • Wild Wild Country
        • Netflix presents a documentary called Wild Wild Country about the City of Rajneesh in Oregon, an entire community base on compassion and sharing, with the goal to raise consciousness. Though some people just joined for the ass. (Sketch Wild Wild Country)
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Return of Goodfellas
        • Movie playing on the Disney Channel at the Dominion Hotel on the mob world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
  • Movies-Horror
  • Movies-Porn
  • Moving, Delivery, Shipping and Storage
    • NYK Logistics & Megacarrier
        • Company name on the industrial shipping container that transports the gang into Las Vegas.
  • Museums
    • Crying Land
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, there's a shrine for the Crying Man in Memphis. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Springfield Air and Space Museum
        • Mr. Burns rents out the museum for his employees in order to announce the cancellation of the prescription drug plan. "Welcome Springfield Nuclear Plant Employees!" (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
  • Musicians
    • Alcatraaaz
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. According to Bart, "Alcatraaaz is widespread. I'm talking da junk." (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • The American Underground (band)
        • Fictional band that Rembrand mentions when being interrogated about the Imperialist American Underground ion the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • The Bass Ace
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, the King's talent agent Captain Jack Brim mentions some of the other acts that he represents, including The Bass Ace, and Waylon Chong - a country and western act, the hottest in all of Red China. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Da Glock Pointaz
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • M.C. Champagne Millionaire
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • MC Poindexter & The Study Crew
        • The sliders watch a music video on the Egghead world for a song called Library Rap by rap group MC Poindexter & The Study Crew, produced by Flaubert Records. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Queen Booty Shaykah
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Romeo Smoov
        • Bart sneaks out of the house to attend the Murder 4 Life Benefit all star concert at Springfield Coliseum, featuring rappers Da Glock Pointaz, Romeo Smoov, Queen Booty Shaykah, M.C. Champagne Millionaire and Assault Weapon Magazine's Man of the Year - Alcatraaaz. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Starlettes
        • Rembrandt's love Alesha - a psychiatrist on the Druid world - was a backup singer for the Starlettes back on the sliders’ homeworld. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • Waylon Chong
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, the King's talent agent Captain Jack Brim mentions some of the other acts that he represents, including The Bass Ace, and Waylon Chong - a country and western act, the hottest in all of Red China. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
  • Natural Areas
    • Dry Gulch
        • Natural area on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • Forbidden Zone
        • Natural area on the janeers world. (Season 3 episode The Last of Eden)
    • Hollow Earth
        • Apex Cybernetics CEO Walter Simmons recruits Nathan Lind, a Hollow Earth theorist at Denham University of Theoretical Physics in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to guide a search for a power source into the Hollow Earth, the homeworld of the Titans.
    • Outer Limits
        • Natural area on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • The Sand Pit
        • Natural area on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
  • Neighborhoods
    • High Town
        • Neighborhood in Madripoor. Not a bad place if you want to visit, according to Baron Zemo. Sharon takes Sam, Bucky and Zemo to her place in High Town. (Season 1 episode Power Broker)
    • The Opium District
        • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart track down Mr. Burns and Homer at Mao's Den of Inequity in London's Opium District while searching for the Muttonchops Murderer. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • San Francisco
        • On the world where Quinn's counterpart Logan is female, San Francisco is just a neighborhood in the city of San Angeles. (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
    • Sector 47
        • The world where Quinn's counterpart Logan is female is organized into sectors. There is a daily 10 o'clock power blackout for the sector where Logan's lab is located in Sector 47. (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
  • Newspapers
    • BSA Today
        • Newspaper in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War. (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • Central City Tribune
        • Newspaper dispenser in Central City, visible when Barry visits Bark Central for his job interview. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • The Daily Chronicle
        • Newspaper that Selma reads in cafeteria. (Season 1 episode Some Like it Hot)
    • The Daily Chronicle
        • Newspaper headline from the Game world: "It's a good day to die!" (Season 3 episode Rules of the Game)
    • Daily Planet
        • A Daily Planet van drives by. “Reporting on the planet daily” A bundle of newspapers lands on the ground. Headline: SECURITY BANK OF MANHATTAN SEEKS NEW ARCHITECT (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Federation News Service
        • Jake tells Nog that he told the Federation News Service that he could get an exclusive interview with Grand Nagus Zek. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • The Gazette
        • Journalist Al Craven visits Night Court. (Season 1 episode The Former Harry Stone)
    • New Alexandria Times
        • Newspaper on the Egypt world: “PHAROAH SEALED IN PYRAMID TOMORROW” (Season 3 Slide Like an Egyptian)
    • The New Delhi Daily
        • Newspaper that Homer reads. Headline (after Apu rants about wanting to ditch his family, change his name to Steve Barnes and sneak back into India): STEVE BARNES OPENS CONVENIENCE STORE (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • The Rumour Newspaper
        • The Rumour newspaper headline in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War: "Prince Harold: Poor at Home with their Poverty" (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • San Francisco Daily Star
        • Fake San Francisco newspaper.
        • Headline: San Francisco OIL BOOM / Gushers discovered all over the city (Season 1 episode Fever)
        • Newspaper headline on the matriarchy world: "Arturo at 7%" (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
    • San Francisco Register
        • San Francisco Register newspaper headline in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War: "King Thomas Missing in French War" (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • Springfield High News
        • Marge and Chloe's high school newspaper, featuring their story about Moe spitting in cafeteria food. Headline: SHAM CHOWDER (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • The Times
        • Newspaper in the Park’s fake London: Ripper Strikes in White Hall!” (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
  • Nonprofit Organizations
    • Volunteer Fathers of America
        • The Manhattan chapter of Volunteer Fathers of America turns Bull down because he scares the kids. (Season 1 episode The Eye of the Beholder)
  • Operations
    • Operation Clean Sweep
        • Military initiative proposed to firebomb the town of Cedar Creek, California to contain the virus.
  • Outer Space
    • Argolis Cluster
        • Starfleet Intelligence locates a massive Dominion sensor array hidden on the peripheral of the Argolis Cluster, capable of monitoring ship movements over five sectors. (Season 6 episode Behind the Lines)
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Benzite System
        • Benjamin Sisko: On a happier note, I do have a bit of good news. The Romulans have forced the Dominion to retreat from the Benzite System.
          Odo: That is good news. The question is, will the Romulans be willing to leave Benzar after the war is over? Once they capture territory, they very rarely give it up.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Calandra Sector
        • The Dominion force that invades Betazed came from somewhere in the Calandra Sector, surprising Starfleet Intelligence because it is so far out. The 10th Fleet was supposed to be protecting Betazed and its outlying colonies but it was caught out of position on a training exercise. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Denorios Belt
        • Worf watches Miles' son Yoshi so that Jadzia can run a spectral scan of the comet that's passing through the Denorios Belt. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Dorala System
        • General Martok dispatches three Klingon attack cruisers to bolster the defense perimeter around the Dorala System. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Glintara Sector
        • Weyoun (from forged holographic record): With the Cardassian 4th Order protecting their flank, the 23rd Jem'Hadar division will begin its thrust across the Glintara Sector. They should begin the invasion of Romulus on the following day. Once we've taken the homeworld, organized resistance will crumble when outlying systems and colonies begin looking out for themselves. Consolidation of the entire Empire will take three months at most. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Horvarian Cluster
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • Kalandra Sector
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Kepla Sector
        • The U.S.S. Valiant was caught behind enemy lines near the Kepla sector when war broke out. They were trying to make their way back to Federation held space when they encountered a Cardassian battle cruiser near El Gatark. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Tibor Nebula
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Tong Beak Nebula
        • While searching for the missing Klingon battle cruiser B'Moth, Martok orders the crew of the Rotarran to go around the Tong Beak Nebula in order to avoid a fight with the Jem'Hadar. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Yeoman 2956
        • Asteroid heading for the planet Earth, 10 miles in diameter. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
  • Pamphlets
    • The Lottery: Winners Information Guide
        • Pamphlet about the Lottery, the world's population control program - from the perspective of the Lottery Commission. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
    • The Q: Important Health Information
        • Pamphlet about the disease known as the Q in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • Stop The Lottery! Act Now... Save a Life
        • Pamphlet about the Lottery, the world's population control program - from the perspective of the Right to Life Movement. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
  • Parties
    • The Lottery Winners Ball
        • The sliders visit a world that has conquered overpopulation using a Lottery system, simply called The Lottery, administered by a government agency called The Lottery Commission. Citizens play by taking money from an automated teller - the more money you take, the greater chance to win. Winners basically get whatever they want for a day, party at The Lottery Winners Ball that night, and then the next morning they are given a painless death, and their beneficiaries are handsomely rewarded. Anyone that wins but then tries to back out of the arrangement is taken to the Municipal Processing Center for a painful death. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
  • Personal Care Products
    • Cream of Hypicate
        • While Quark and Rom's mother Ishka, also known as Moogie, waits to be rescued, she educates the Vorta Yelgrun about the versatility of hypicate root and how it is used in certain medicines, diffractive optics, and even some beauty supplies such as cream of hypicate. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
        • Quark mentions. Hypicate cream for smooth skin and healthier profits. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Easy Out Enema
        • Product that Homer buys at the Li'l Valu-Mart in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. (Season 7 episode Summer of 4 Ft. 2)

    • Shiner-Be-Gone: Irish Strength
        • Product Marge uses to get rid of the black eye from her fight with her old friend from high school Chloe Talbot. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • Sodium Fluoride
        • Generic toothpaste stolen that the oil company worker’s widow steals in from of Wade. (Season 3 episode The Fire Within)
  • Pest Control Services
    • Tri-borough Pest Control
        • Uniform worn by a man at the newsstand in Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
  • Pet Services
    • Central Bark
        • Barry Allen leaves a job interview at doggy daycare center Central Bark in Central City to save a cute girl from a car accident in which her car is crushed by a Gard'ner Tex organic farm foods truck when the driver is distracted by dropping his fast food burger from Burger Shop. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
  • Pet Stores
    • Eagle's Pet Shop
        • In Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, Jill comes across Eagle's Pet Shop. Eagle is a reference to the Street Fighter character. There are also many signs above doors with a royal symbol surrounding the name, CAPCOM.
    • Rudy's Pet Shop
        • Jimbo Scott steals a monkey from Biotest and tried to sell it to pet shop owner Rudy Alvarez of Rudy's Pet Shop in Cedar Creek, California.
  • Pizza Parlors
    • Acovone’s
        • Pizza place that burned down in the sliders' original world. When they arrive on the 1984 world, Wade suggests it could still exist there. (Season 3 episode The Guardian)
    • Sal's Famous Pizzeria
        • The pizzas that the police deliver to the bank are from the pizza parlor from Spike Lee's film Do The Right Thing.
  • Planets
    • Andor
        • Federation planet.
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • Kai Winn asks Sisko if he can guarantee that Starfleet would use its entire fleet to protect Bajor even if it meant sacrificing other worlds like Vulcan, Andor, Berengaria or even Earth. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
        • Kira declares that wWith Betazed in the hands of the Dominion, they are in a position to threaten Vulcan, Andor, Tellar , Alpha Centauri. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
        • While en route to rescue Lisa, the captain of the Federation starship Olympia, Lisa tells Sisko about the civilian man she dated that she met on Andor. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Andros III
        • Dr. Elias Giger tells Jake and Nog that Dr. Bathkin of Andros III was the first to come up with the answer to solving the puzzle of death: keep the cells energized. Keep them in the game by teaching them new mitochondrial tricks. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Athos IV
        • A grim little fogbound piece of rock in the middle of nowhere - the planet that Eddington convinces Sisko is the home of the missile launching site, but it turns out there are no missiles, only what's left of the Maquis - and Eddington's wife. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
    • Balancar
        • Syrup of squill, often served on groatcakes, has been unavailable for over a year due to the drought on Balancar, which Quark proves was a scam to increase the value. (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Benzar
        • Benjamin Sisko: On a happier note, I do have a bit of good news. The Romulans have forced the Dominion to retreat from the Benzite System.
          Odo: That is good news. The question is, will the Romulans be willing to leave Benzar after the war is over? Once they capture territory, they very rarely give it up.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Berengaria
        • Kai Winn asks Sisko if he can guarantee that Starfleet would use its entire fleet to protect Bajor even if it meant sacrificing other worlds like Vulcan, Andor, Berengaria or even Earth. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Casperia Prime
        • Sunny vacation planet.
        • On their way to meet Cardassian operative Lasaran, Worf and Jadzia discuss their honeymoon plans. Worf suggests The Forge on Vulcan and mountain climbing on Andor. But Jadzia wants room service. Worf assumes she's talking about Risa, but she's actually referring to Casperia Prime, the vacation capital of the Horvarian Cluster. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • Bashir's plans to present a paper at a medical conference on Casperia Prime are canceled by Luthor Sloan Section 31 investigation. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • Dalvos Prime
        • After Molly attacks a customer in Quark's, a Federation magistrate wants her taken to a special care center on Dalvos Prime for evaluation. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Dayos IV
        • When Miles infiltrates a low level Orion Syndicate gang, his cover story involves serving two years for stolen goods on Days IV. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • El Gatark
        • The U.S.S. Valiant was caught behind enemy lines near the Kepla sector when war broke out. They were trying to make their way back to Federation held space when they encountered a Cardassian battle cruiser near El Gatark. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Gaia
        • Planet where in the original timeline, the Defiant crashed 200 years in the past, spawning a settlement of 800 people. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Golana
        • When Miles takes his family to Golana for a picnic, Molly wanders off and falls into a time portal, sending her 300 years back in time. (Season 6 episode Time's Orphan)
    • Holna IV
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
    • Kessel
        • Planet on the Database 9807 access charts. Nod to Star Wars - Han Solo's home planet.

    • Luria
        • Quark is first led to believe that Morn's missing 1,000 bricks of gold pressed latinum came from him winning the Lissepian Lottery, then the Royal family of Luria. Eventually he finds out that it was stolen during the famous Lissepian Mother's Day Heist - while the entire world was celebrating, someone broke into the Central Bank. (Season 6 episode Who Mourns for Morn?)
    • New Sydney
        • The leader of the low level Orion Syndicate gang that Miles infiltrates Bilby's children live on New Sydney. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Outpost Earth 113
        • A barren world where advanced life has never taken hold. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • Palamar
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Parsian III
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Planet 10 Lectr
        • Planet on the Database 9807 access charts.

    • Rebulon 7
        • The episode begins with the classic TV sitcom "starring Kang". Kodos' wardrobe provided by Botany 5,000,000. Audience provided by Slave Colony of Rebulon 7. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV)
    • Slartibartfast
        • Planet on the Database 9807 access charts. Nod to the planet designer from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

    • Soukara
        • Sisko and Garak's plan to bring the Romulan Empire into the Dominion war involves interrupting Senator Vreenak's diplomatic mission to Soukara - a key member of the Romulan Senate for the past 14 years, the secretary of the War Plans Council, Vice Chairman of the Tal Shiar and one of the most trusted advisors to Proconsul Neral - and showing him manufactured proof of a secret Dominion meeting discussing the planned invasion of Romulus on an optolythic data rod, created by Grathon Tolar in exchange for 200 liters of biomimetic gel. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Sukara
        • Worf and Jadzia travel to the jungle of Sukara, location of a Dominion base, to rescue Cardassian operative Lasaran. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • Sybaron
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Tellar
        • Kira declares that wWith Betazed in the hands of the Dominion, they are in a position to threaten Vulcan, Andor, Tellar , Alpha Centauri. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Torros III
        • While Sisko and team were keeping the Dominion occupied, a Starfleet-Klingon task force crossed the border into Cardassia and destroyed the Dominion shipyards on Torros III. (Season 6 episode Call to Arms)
    • Verillia
        • Farrakk lies, telling arms dealer and Quark's new business partner Hagath that he was about to close deal with the Verillians. Hagath informs him that they no longer have any need of his services since they signed an agreement with Metron Consortium. Farrakk was actually off enjoying himself on Risa. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Vulcan
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
  • Plastic Surgery
    • Beechwood Medical Center
        • Plastic surgery. "You are one procedure away from perfection." (Season 4 episode Facade)
  • Poetry
    • Moe's: a Tribute
        • Poem that Homer writes when Moe's bar is closed down by the Springfield Board of Health. (Season 16 episode Mommie Beerest)
  • Police Departments
    • Incorruptables
        • On the mob world where Rembrandt is the head of the FBI, the sliders are mistaken for his gang of crime fighting Incorruptables. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Metropolis Police
        • The Metropolis Police are present when Superman comes back to life.
  • Prisons
    • Alaskan Gulag
        • On the communist world, Rembrandt is sentenced to fifteen years in the Alaskan Gulag without the possibility of parole by Judge Wapner on a twisted version of the TV show The People's Court.
    • Barrica Encampment
        • Garak mentions Miles' war story - killing Cardassians while liberating the Barrica Encampment from Setlik III. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
    • NoCal Federal Penitentiary
        • Wade's counterpart on the communist world, the great leader of the revolution, was captured by the Soviets four days earlier, and is currently being held at the NoCal Federal Penitentiary, a converted college campus now used solely for high profile political prisoners. (Pilot episode)
    • The Raft
        • Zemo returns home to Sokovia, where Bucky tracks him down. The Wakandans arrive, taking him into custody, advising Bucky that they will be taking him to the Raft. Their Royal Talon fighter is seen in the background as they head out. (Season 1 episode Truth)
    • San Francisco National Penitentiary
        • The sliders visit a world in which the entire city of San Francisco is now a prison, about to drop into the ocean with the next earthquake. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
  • Private Clubs
    • The Marina Sailing Club
        • Chuck Noland's sailing certification certificate.

    • Orange Park Acres Tennis Club
        • Tennis club hosting a bachelor Auction featuring Chad and tennis great John McEnroe. (Sketch Bachelor Auction)
    • Springfield Press Club
        • Lisa eats dinner with Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot. "We have a liberal bias... toward great meal deals!" (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
  • Probes and Satellites
    • SAT 7 Satellite
        • Satellite on the pulsar world that picks up an unusual reading - unusual declination for an object that's just penetrated the outer plane of the system. (Season 3 episode The Exodus Part 1)
  • Products-Other
    • Self-protection Biological Purification Kit
        • Product for sale on the home shopping TV show Amazing Bargains on the Fever world. (Season 1 episode The Fever)
  • Professional Organizations
    • Brotherhood of Petrol Workers
        • Union on the oil company world. (Season 3 episode The Fire Within)
    • Union of Concerned Scientists
        • The sliders watch an SFN news report at Moonatic Electronics about the Union of Concerned Scientists on the asteroid world. Later, Arturo refers the scientists as the Union of Distinguished Scientists. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • Veterans of One War
        • Homer and his friends travel to Canada for cheap drugs, visiting a veterans service organization. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
  • Programs and Projects
    • The Trinity Program
        • On the asteroid world, the first test of a nuclear device was a failure. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
  • Publishing Companies
    • Arthur Trill Publishing
        • Owner and publisher of Incredible Tales, the science fiction magazine from Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination where Benny works. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
  • Quotes
    • Al Craven
        • Al Craven: Everybody's got something to hide, lady. That's what makes this country great. (Season 1 episode The Former Harry Stone)
    • Apu & Ned Flanders
        • Apu: Save me Shiva!
          Ned Flanders: Why don't you just call out for Hawkman?
          Apu: Why don't you shut up?
          (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Auntie Ovenfresh
        • Auntie Ovenfresh: Ribbons and trophies are no comfort on your deathbed. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
        • Baron Zemo: The very concept of a super soldier will always trouble people. It’s that warped aspiration that led to Nazis, to Ultron, to the Avengers. (Season 1 episode The Whole World is Watching)
    • Barry Allen & Bruce Wayne
        • Barry Allen: What are your superpowers again?
          Bruce Wayne: I'm rich.
    • Bartender
        • Bartender: Why don't you listen to your friend here, Obi Wan? (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Benjamin Sisko & Gul Dukat
        • Benjamin Sisko: Is there anything I can get for you?
          Gul Dukat: A bottle of Kanar and an Orion slave girl would be nice.
          Benjamin Sisko: I'll see what I can do.
          (Season 6 episode Waltz)
    • Benjamin Sisko & Odo
        • Benjamin Sisko: On a happier note, I do have a bit of good news. The Romulans have forced the Dominion to retreat from the Benzite System.
          Odo: That is good news. The question is, will the Romulans be willing to leave Benzar after the war is over? Once they capture territory, they very rarely give it up.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Benjamin Sisko, Worf & Jadzia Dax
        • Benjamin Sisko: The Dominion has solidified its hold on the Kalandra Sector. They're trying to establish a supply line running through Betazoid space into the Argolis Cluster.
          Worf: If they succeed, they will be able to launch an attack against Vulcan.
          Benjamin Sisko: Starfleet's going to try to cut them off near the Tibor Nebula. The 7th Fleet will be engaging the enemy in the morning.
          Jadzia Dax: The 7th Fleet is still at half-strength. They took heavy losses at Sybaron.
          Benjamin Sisko: Well, let's just hope they get the job done.
          (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Dan Fielding
        • Dan Fielding: Has anyone told you what a cute vaccination scar you have? (Season 1 episode Quadrangle of Love)
    • Dr. Ian Sussman
        • Dr. Ian Sussman: Blogging is not writing. It's graffiti with punctuation.
    • The Flash & Batman
        • The Flash: You have a satellite?
          Batman: I have six.
          The Flash: Right.
    • General Donald McClintock
        • General Donald McClintock: Be compassionate, but be compassionate globally.
    • Harry Stone
        • Harry Stone: This could go either way, unless... no, I guess it's got to go either way. (Season 1 episode All You Need is Love)
    • Harry Stone & Eddie Simms
        • Harry Stone: Hi. I’m Judge Stone. And you’re?
          Eddie Simms: Batman. This is my old lady, Wonder Woman.
          (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
    • Ishka
        • Ishka: I predict that one day a female will enter the Tower of Commerce, climb the 40 flights of stairs to the Chamber of Opportunity, and take her rightful place as Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Jake Sisko & Nog
        • Jake Sisko: Let me introduce you to a new human expression. We're going to beard the lion in its den.
          Nog: Lions, Gigglers, bears...
          Jake Sisko: Oh my.
          (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Kent Brockman
        • Kent Brockman: A car chase every night or the weather girl wears a tube top. And if she doesn't, you win a pizza. (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
    • Lana Wagner
        • Lana Wagner: Never say to a judge, "You can't do that." (Season 1 episode Welcome Back, Momma)
        • Lana Wagner: Harry, how could you take pudding from a hooker? (Season 1 episode Once in Love with Harry)
    • Ludwig Dieter & Martin
        • Ludwig Dieter: What is this? A goddamn zombie tiger!
          Martin: That's crossing the line.
    • Major Salt
        • Major Salt: I didn't know I was gonna do it until it was done, Sir.
    • Maximillian Arturo
        • Maximillian Arturo: Sliders... (Season 3 episode The Exodus Part 2)
    • Maximillian Arturo
        • Maximillian Arturo: Ignorant bovine! (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
        • Maximillian Arturo: You'll last out there about as long as a pork chop in a pool of piranha. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
        • Maximillian Arturo: Can't save every world you land on. on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
        • Maximillian Arturo: Better to live one day as a lion than a thousand as a lamb. (Season 3 episode The Guardian)
        • Maximillian Arturo: To love and win is the best thing. To love and lose is the next best. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • Maximillian Arturo & Quinn Mallory
        • Maximillian Arturo: How are you feeling, my boy?
          Quinn Mallory: For someone who just got stabbed? Not bad.
          (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • Miles O'Brien & Benjamin Sisko
        • Miles O'Brien: Incoming message from the Cortez - they're still having trouble stablilzing the guidance thrusters on the port nacelles.
          Benjamin Sisko: Tell them to drop back and make repairs. Bring up the Sarek to take its place.
          (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
    • Miles O'Brien & Jadzia Dax
        • Miles O'Brien: The Defiant's warp engines are too powerful. They ionize the nebular gasses in the Badlands.
          Jadzia Dax: It's like a Ligorian mastodon moving through the forest. You may not be able to see it, but it definitely makes the leaves rustle.
          (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
    • Mr. Froufrou
        • Mr. Froufrou: Check me later and I’ll show you why all the world loves a clown. (Season 1 episode Wonder Drugs)
        • Mr. Froufrou: I haven’t worn underwear since the late sixties. (Season 1 episode Wonder Drugs)
    • Odo & Quark
        • Odo: There's nothing heroic about earning profit.
          Quark: There is on Ferenginar.
          Odo: We're not on Ferenginar.
          (Season 6 episode The Magnificent Ferengi)
    • Quinn Mallory & Heather Hanley
        • Quinn Mallory: Quinn sees his genius as a curse. He’d much rather be known as an athlete than a brain. But skipping two grades has made him smaller and slower than his classmates.
          Heather Hanley: But he’s so gifted. It’s a blessing, not a curse.
          Quinn Mallory: And one day he’ll realize that, believe me. But even then, he’ll practice all his science in his basement. Work he does alone in his fortress of solitude.
          (Season 3 episode The Guardian)
    • Reed Michener
        • Reed Michener: Don't think that I won't kill you! (Season 3 episode Electric Twister Acid Test)
    • Rembrandt Brown
        • Rembrandt Brown: You laugh at that! (Season 2 episode El Sid)
        • Rembrandt Brown: Look, I ain't heard nothing about the American Underground. Is that a band? Or a club? You tell me, 'cause I don't know. (Pilot episode)
        • Rembrandt Brown: The next place might be run by a bunch of freaked-out vegetarians. I want a fat, juicy burger, man, and I want it now. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
        • Rembrandt Brown: My mother always said the difference between a rut and a grave is a few inches. (Season 3 episode The Guardian)
        • Rembrandt Brown: My love for you is like a flower. I am the bud, you are the bee, take all of my power. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • Rembrandt Brown & Reed Michener
        • Rembrandt Brown: Whoa - the Bat Cave.
          Reed Michener: Used to be the Concord Air Force base. Now it's our home.
          (Season 3 episode Electric Twister Acid Test)
    • Sam Daniels
        • Sam Daniels: General, with all due respect, fuck you, Sir.
    • Santa Clause
        • Santa Clause: If I don’t make it, tell Frosty goodbye. Just kidding. Get a doctor. (Season 1 episode Santa Goes Downtown)
    • Sirella & Jadzia Dax
        • Sirella: It is time for the Bre'Nan ritual.
          Jadzia Dax: I'm busy.
          Sirella: Busy acting like a Risian slut.
          (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • Steppenwolf
        • Steppenwolf: Oh, noble Queen, why do you fight? You can’t save her. You can’t save any of them.
    • Thomas Pynchon
        • Thomas Pynchon: These wings are V-licious. I'll put this recipe in the Gravity's Rainbow Cookbook, right next to The Frying of Latke 49. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Weyoun
        • Weyoun (from forged holographic record): With the Cardassian 4th Order protecting their flank, the 23rd Jem'Hadar division will begin its thrust across the Glintara Sector. They should begin the invasion of Romulus on the following day. Once we've taken the homeworld, organized resistance will crumble when outlying systems and colonies begin looking out for themselves. Consolidation of the entire Empire will take three months at most. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Worf & Jadzia Dax
        • Worf: Are those real var'Hama candles?
          Jadzia Dax: Yes, Worf, I traveled to Kronos. I captured three tags in the Hamar mountains, made the ritual sacrifice at dawn, came back to the station, asked Quark to boil their shoulders into tallow. Then I spent two days modeling them into candles with my own hands.
          Worf: I was just asking.
          Jadzia Dax: You were criticizing. Again.
  • Quotes-Headlines
    • The New Delhi Daily
        • The New Delhi Daily (after Apu rants about wanting to ditch his family, change his name to Steve Barnes and sneak back into India): STEVE BARNES OPENS CONVENIENCE STORE (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
        • Springfield Shopper (after Apu rants about wanting to ditch his family, change his name to Steve Barnes and sneak back into India): FATHER OF EIGHT MISSING (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
        • Springfield Shopper (in Ned Flanders' religious film The Passion of Cain and Abel): MASSACHUSETTS OKAYS GAY MARRIAGE (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
        • Springfield Shopper (in Ned Flanders' religious film The Passion of Cain and Abel): STEM CELLS CURE ALZHEIMER'S. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
  • Radio Programs
  • Radio Stations
    • Radio Free America
        • Local resistance group fighting against martial law. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
  • Realty Services
    • Bay Point Realty
        • Quinn counterpart's house at 4159 Bluejay Way has been put up for sale by Bay Point Realty. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Recipes
    • Casseloaf
        • Moe laments that the church pot luck has the same old stuff: meatloaf, casserole, tuna loaf, loaferole, casseloaf... and Marge Simpson's Wasabi Buffalo Wings - an eastern twist on a western New York favorite. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Dessert Dogs
        • Dessert dish that Marge enters in the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest - deep-friend cookie dough with meringue buns, cherry "ketchup" and caramel "mustard". Bart: It's dessert, but its hot dogs - so it's good for you. After an accident during the contest, they become Blackened Dessert Dogs. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • The Frying of Latke 49
        • Thomas Pynchon: These wings are V-licious. I'll put this recipe in the Gravity's Rainbow Cookbook, right next to The Frying of Latke 49. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Grilled Crayon Sandwich
        • Sandwich that Ralph Wiggum makes for his father and wants to enter in the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest. Ralph: "Can you taste the thumbtacks?" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Loaferole
        • Moe laments that the church pot luck has the same old stuff: meatloaf, casserole, tuna loaf, loaferole, casseloaf... and Marge Simpson's Wasabi Buffalo Wings - an eastern twist on a western New York favorite. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Marge Simpson's Wasabi Buffalo Wings
        • Moe laments that the church pot luck has the same old stuff: meatloaf, casserole, tuna loaf, loaferole, casseloaf... and Marge Simpson's Wasabi Buffalo Wings - an eastern twist on a western New York favorite. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Pizza of The Sea
        • The Sea Captain's entry in the Ovenfresh Bakeoff contest that Marge taints with Maggie's Baby Ear Medicine. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Squid with Puree of Tube Grubs
        • Sisko makes a classic human seafood dish with Ferengi flair for Jake and Nog. Jake is not impressed. (Season 5 episode Blaze of Glory)
    • Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake
        • When arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath welcomes the Regent of Palamar to the station, Quark prepares all of his favorite dishes, including Palamarian Sea Urchin lightly sautéed with garlic and moon grass, Matopin Rock Fungi tossed on a bed of tartoc and seasoned with clavisoa berries, and for the main course, Stuffed Wentlian Congor Snake. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
  • Record Companies
    • Flaubert Records
        • The sliders watch a music video on the Egghead world for a song called Library Rap by rap group MC Poindexter & The Study Crew, produced by Flaubert Records. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Restaurants-Asian
    • Hong Kong Chinese Food
        • Wade, Arturo, D.E.R.I.C. and E.R.I.C.A. walk past a Chinese restaurant called Hong Kong Chinese Food on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
  • Restaurants-Other
    • Camaiont's
        • Wade, Arturo, D.E.R.I.C. and E.R.I.C.A. walk past a restaurant called Camabony’s on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • Faye's Restaurant
        • Restaurant that the sliders visit in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
  • Restaurants-Seafood
  • Saloons
    • Lamplighter Saloon
        • Saloon on the Texas world that the sliders visit. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Minnesota Clay Saloon
        • Django and Dr. King visit the Minnesota Clay Saloon, referencing the 1964 western Minnesota Clay.

    • The Wall Street Saloon
        • Saloon on the Texas world that is recommended to the sliders. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
  • Schools-Magic
    • National Academy For Seers
        • School for seers in the Seer world. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
  • Schools-Other
    • Homer Simpson Showboating Academy
        • Homer opens a school to teach professional athletes how to be obnoxious after scoring a goal. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Marina Sailing Charters & Instruction
        • Chuck Noland's sailing certification certificate.

  • Schools-Performing Arts
    • Cardassian Institute of Art
        • Gul Dukat compares Ziyal's art to Nanpart Malor, the founder of the Valonnan School on Cardassia. Ziyal informs him that the director of the Cardassian Institute of Art said the same thing. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
    • Valonnan School
        • Gul Dukat compares Ziyal's art to Nanpart Malor, the founder of the Valonnan School on Cardassia. Ziyal informs him that the director of the Cardassian Institute of Art said the same thing. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
  • Schools-Science/Technology
    • Denham University of Theoretical Physics
        • Apex Cybernetics CEO Walter Simmons recruits Nathan Lind, a Hollow Earth theorist at Denham University of Theoretical Physics in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to guide a search for a power source into the Hollow Earth, the home world of the Titans.
  • Secret Organizations
  • Serial Killers
    • The Muttonchops Murderer
        • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart track down Mr. Burns and Homer at Mao's Den of Inequity in London's Opium District while searching for the Muttonchops Murderer. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
  • Sex Products
    • Chia Man
        • Product sold on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population - it apparently grows into a full size man. "Grow your own Chia Man" (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
  • Shopping Centers
    • Sky High Plaza
        • Giant shopping mall in the sky on the Christmas shopping world. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
  • Short Stories
    • Deep Space Nine (short story)
        • Title of the story that Benny writes for publication in Incredible Tales in Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination, which the owner of the magazine refuses to publish. (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
    • It Came From Outer Space
        • Short story title that Kira's counterpart Kay Eaton suggests to Julian's counterpart Julius Eaton in Sisko's mid–20th century New York City hallucination. Julius: "Smashing title. Wish I'd thought of it." (Season 6 episode Far Beyond the Stars)
  • Songs
    • Cry Like a Man
        • Rembrandt recorded “Cry Like a Man” with his group The Spinning Topps before leaving them to go solo. (Pilot episode)
        • Also a hit song by Rembrandt’s famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Explosion of Love
        • Song by Rembrandt’s famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Headbutt Me
        • Song by Rembrandt’s famous musician counterpart known as the King - his gig finale in concert. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • I'd Pawn My Gold Crown For You
        • Rembrant's counterpart's number one fan orders Rambrandt to sing for her, so he sings "Tears in My 'Fro". But she wants to hear "I'd Pawn My Gold Crown For You". (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
    • I’m a Tear Jerk
        • Song by Rembrandt’s famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Library Rap
        • The sliders watch a music video on the Egghead world for a song called Library Rap by rap group MC Poindexter & The Study Crew, produced by Flaubert Records. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Love Explosion
        • Song by Rembrandt’s famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Tears in My 'Fro
        • Song by Rembrandt’s famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
        • Rembrant's counterpart's number one fan orders Rambrandt to sing for her, so he sings "Tears in My 'Fro". But she wants to hear "I'd Pawn My Gold Crown For You". (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
        • Quinn sings Rembrandt's hit song while on Aldohn's experiment table on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • Weeping Wall of Tears
        • Song by Rembrandt’s famous musician counterpart known as the King - the encore of his live performance. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Who Stole My Woman?
        • Song by Rembrandt’s famous musician counterpart known as the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
  • Space Stations
    • Empok Nor
        • Miles takes a salvage team to the abandoned Cardassian station Empok Nor in the Trivas System to look for a replacement plasma manifold. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
    • Starbase 257
        • While Nog and Jake are traveling on the Shenandoah runabout from Starbase 257 to Ferenginar to deliver a message from Starfleet to the Grand Nagus, Red Squad commanding the U.S.S. Valiant save them from a Jem'Hadar attack using Attack pattern Sierra Four. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Starbase 375
        • Sisko and the Defiant report to Starbase 375 for reassignment. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
        • After rescuing Sisko and the crew of the Defiant, Martok and the crew of the IKS Rotarran deliver them to Starbase 375. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
        • The Defiant has been operating out of Starbase 375 conducting forays into Dominion controlled space. (Season 6 episode Behind the Lines)
        • The episode starts with a joint mission between the Defiant and the Rotarran, before they retreat to Starbase 375. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
    • Starbase 621
        • Sisko is overseeing the transport of Gul Dukat to Starbase 621 for his arraignment aboard the Honshu when it is destroyed by an attack wing of Cardassian destroyers. The Constellation and the Defiant are assigned to the search party. (Season 6 episode Waltz)
  • Sporting Events
    • 27th National Mindgame Finals
        • On the Egghead world, Quinn's counterpart is a star Mindgame player - some sort of bizarre hybrid of basketball, Family Feud and chess. When Quinn imitates his double, he has to participate in the 27th National Mindgame Finals between the University of California Eggheads and the MIT Beavers. To prepare, he reads the Mindgame Rulebook: How to Play / How to Win by Stephen Hawking. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Sporting Goods Stores
    • Ski Haus
        • Sporting goods store in the background on the Game world. (Season 3 episode Rules of the Game)
  • Sports
    • The Game
        • The sliders find themselves players in The Game, a televised life or death competition involving android dogs and soldiers. (Season 3 episode Rules of the Game)
    • Mindgame
        • On the Egghead world, Quinn's counterpart is a star Mindgame player - some sort of bizarre hybrid of basketball, Family Feud and chess. When Quinn imitates his double, he has to participate in the 27th National Mindgame Finals between the University of California Eggheads and the MIT Beavers. To prepare, he reads the Mindgame Rulebook: How to Play / How to Win by Stephen Hawking. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Sports Teams-Football
    • Meteors
        • Clark imagines himself playing football for the Meteors at Metro Stadium. “The Meteors win!” (Season 4 episode Facade)
    • San Antonio Cow Skulls
        • Deion Overstreet, runningback for the San Antonio Cow Skulls buys Homer's crazy dance. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
  • Sports Teams-Mascots
    • MIT Beavers
        • On the Egghead world, Quinn's counterpart is a star Mindgame player - some sort of bizarre hybrid of basketball, Family Feud and chess. When Quinn imitates his double, he has to participate in the 27th National Mindgame Finals between the University of California Eggheads and the MIT Beavers. To prepare, he reads the Mindgame Rulebook: How to Play / How to Win by Stephen Hawking. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • The University of California Eggheads
        • On the Egghead world, Quinn's counterpart is a star Mindgame player - some sort of bizarre hybrid of basketball, Family Feud and chess. When Quinn imitates his double, he has to participate in the 27th National Mindgame Finals between the University of California Eggheads and the MIT Beavers. To prepare, he reads the Mindgame Rulebook: How to Play / How to Win by Stephen Hawking. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
  • Stars
    • Anoat System
        • Star system on the Database 9807 access charts. Nod to Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back.

    • Beta Quadrant
        • After escorting Convey PQ-One to the Vegan system and Sisko sets course for home, Worf detects a distress call coming from somewhere in the Rutharian Sector, sent by a woman named Lisa, captain of the Federation starship Olympia that crashed on an expedition to the Beta Quadrant. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Clarus
        • When Rom and Quark can't get in touch with anyone on Ferenginar, they fear a Dominion attack. But Kira finds the premise unlikely, as the Dominion would first take the surrounding systems Clarus and Irtok. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Cordon System
        • Kai Winn asks Sisko about Kandra Vilk, a Bajoran woman who sold tapestries and antiques on the station that moved to a neutral world near the Cordon system. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Irtok
        • When Rom and Quark can't get in touch with anyone on Ferenginar, they fear a Dominion attack. But Kira finds the premise unlikely, as the Dominion would first take the surrounding systems Clarus and Irtok. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Kabrel System
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
    • The Neutral Zone
        • Area of space between the Federation and the Romulan Empire. Mentioned because the Dominion are traveling through it and Romulan space. (Season 6 episode In the Pale Moonlight)
    • Rutharian Sector
        • After escorting Convey PQ-One to the Vegan system and Sisko sets course for home, Worf detects a distress call coming from somewhere in the Rutharian Sector, sent by a woman named Lisa, captain of the Federation starship Olympia that crashed on an expedition to the Beta Quadrant. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Trivas System
        • Miles takes a salvage team to the abandoned Cardassian station Empok Nor in the Trivas System to look for a replacement plasma manifold. (Season 5 episode Empok Nor)
    • Tyra System
        • In Sloan's simulation, a Starfleet officer tells Bashir: "I was with the 7th Fleet when the Dominion attacked the Tyra System. 98 of our ships were destroyed in a matter of hours. I lost a lot of friends." (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
        • Federation fleet in the Tyra system, far enough away that it'll be a day or two before the Defiant receives any messages from them. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
    • Ursa Minor Beta
        • Star on the Database 9807 access charts. Nod to the rich and sunny planet from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

    • Vegan System
        • After escorting Convey PQ-One to the Vegan system and Sisko sets course for home, Worf detects a distress call coming from somewhere in the Rutharian Sector, sent by a woman named Lisa, captain of the Federation starship Olympia that crashed on an expedition to the Beta Quadrant. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Ventar System
        • Star system from the story that the Mirror Universe version of Bareil Antos tells over drinks with Kira, Jadzia and Worf: "By the time they realized I was gone, I was halfway to the Ventar System." (Season 6 episode Resurrection)
  • Stores-Other
    • Arukas
        • At the beginning of Resident Evil 2, the player comes across a store named Arukas. Spelled backwards, it reads Sakura, the name of a character from the Capcom series Street Fighter.
    • Emporium of Exotica
        • Detective Lisa and her sidekick Bart visit the Emporium of Exotica, investigating a clue in the Muttonchops Murderer case - a sword, one of the Seven Swords of Osiris. Alternate reality version of Comic Book Guy's Android's Dungeon. "We have stuff in Jars" (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment Four Beheadings and a Funeral)
    • Purdy's Art Store
        • Store in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
  • Substances
    • Anaerobic Metabolites
        • Jake and Nog track down a Neodymium power cell and five liters of anaerobic metabolites suspended in hydrosaline solution in order to trade with Dr. Elias Giger for a baseball card for Captain Sisko. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Antimonium
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Arcybite
        • Grand Nagus Zak tells Quark that Arcybite ore futures are continuing to increase, that the Bolians have finally agreed to allow the Ferengi Gaming Commission to take over all their gambling emporiums, and that he has decided to allocate extra funds for research on a new breed of Hupyrian Beetles. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Jevonite
        • After saving the Ferengi economy from Brunt with Quark's help, Grand Nagus Zek mentions how he did it, including dumping their lokar bean investments and insisting they buy up every bit of jevonite they could get their hands on. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • Neodymium
        • Jake and Nog track down a Neodymium power cell and five liters of anaerobic metabolites suspended in hydrosaline solution in order to trade with Dr. Elias Giger for a baseball card for Captain Sisko. (Season 5 episode In the Cards)
    • Quadrotriticale
        • Quark's investments go south - his antimonium options, his quadrotriticale futures, even his powdered newt supplements - all get wiped out. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
    • Viterium
        • The crew of the Valiant finds a flaw in the design of the Jem’Hadar ship’s antimatter storage system. The primary support braces are made of viterium - a very strong, very resilient metal alloy which just happens to become extremely unstable when exposed to delta radiation. A single torpedo rigged with a radiogenic warhead could reduce those braces to the consistency of wet pasta. As a result, the entire antimatter storage system would tear itself apart. That’s the theory anyway. Things don’t work out as planned. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Yridium Bicantizine
        • Bashir's gang of genetically engineered and socially maladjusted savants determine that the Dominion wants the Kabrel System. The mizainite deposits on Holna IV alone are enough to keep their shipyards running for years. The second planet has some cormaline deposits, but they're common enough. The tri-nucleic fungus on the first planet can be broken down to make yridium bicantizine, one of the active ingredients in ketracel-white, meaning the Dominion could manufacture the drug in the Alpha Quadrant - enough to supply the Jem'Hadar indefinitely. (Season 6 episode Statistical Probabilities)
  • Talent Agencies
    • Captain Jack Brim
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, the King's talent agent Captain Jack Brim mentions some of the other acts that he represents, including The Bass Ace, and Waylon Chong - a country and western act, the hottest in all of Red China. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
  • Taxi Service
    • Crosstown Cab Company
        • Wade, Rembrandt and Arturo take a cab on the televised justice world to find Quinn when he is taken to the Judgement Game. (Season 3 episode Dead Man Sliding)
    • Golden Bay Cab Company
        • Cab service in San Francisco. Pavel Kurlienko’s Golden Bay Cab Company driver’s number is 20394M3, issued by the police department’s board of taxicab companies. His cab’s license plate number is 3D866U4 and the cab number is 43. (Pilot episode)
        • After Quinn saves in the Doubloon nightclub, she leaves in a cab. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
        • The sliders catch a cab to the Sorcerer's castle, located on the other side of the Golden Gargoyle Gate Bridge. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
        • Wade takes a cab. (Season 2 episode Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome)
  • Technology Companies
    • Advanced Software Industries
        • Technology company on the world where the youth are in charge, rival to Quinn's counterpart Q.R.'s company. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Aldohn Robotic Technologies
        • The sliders visit a world where humanity has been eradicated by the robots they created for menial labor. The robots were created by James Aldohn and his company Aldohn Robotic Technologies, and he is the only person left alive. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
    • Apex Cybernetics
        • Apex Cybernetics CEO Walter Simmons recruits Nathan Lind, a Hollow Earth theorist at Denham University of Theoretical Physics in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to guide a search for a power source into the Hollow Earth, the homeworld of the Titans.
    • EduLearn
        • Quinn's counterpart Q.R.'s technology company on the world where the youth are in charge. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Hardaway Computers
        • Computer company on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • InGen
        • There is a cabinet labeled InGen in the face swapping lab, the company that creates the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park.

    • MicroTech
        • EduLearn CFO Kyle Beck tells Quinn - impersonating his counterpart on the world where the youth are in charge, who is known as Q.R. - he heard a rumor that Q.R. was thinking about bailing on EduLearn and signing on with MicroTech. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • Prototronics
        • Technology company committed to perfecting sliding on the world where Quinn's counterpart Logan is female. (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
    • VividTek
        • Banners for previous winners hang in the airplane on the Game world: "VividTek '92", "North South Invitational", "Oslo Exports '95". (Season 3 episode Rules of the Game)
    • Wayne Aerospace
        • Bruce mentions that the best minds at Wayne Aerospace couldn’t make a prototype troop carrier fly.
  • Theater Productions
    • The Rosie O'Donnell Musical
        • Ned foretells the closing after 3 performances - though he didn't need his special Dead Zone powers to see that. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV - segment The Ned Zone)
  • Thoroughfares-Avenues
    • Bella Avenue
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Dunker Avenue
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • East 99th Avenue
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Harren Avenue
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Oceanic Ave
        • In a reference to the TV show Lost, a promotional image for the whitepages app on the Google Play store includes a listing for Kate Austen. Phone (481) 516-2342 Verizon Mobile number in Seattle, WA. Location 108 Oceanic Ave #316 Seattle, WA 98109. Birthday September 22, 1983.

  • Thoroughfares-Drives
    • Camden Drive
        • Address of Rembrandt's old house in San Francisco. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • Cold River Lane
        • Martha Kent drives away from the Kent farm. There’s a Comanche Realty sign out front. “Foreclosure / Bank owned.” Address is: 551 Cold River Lane, Comanche, Kansas. Phone number: (785) 045-REPO. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Elmview Lane
        • Rita's address in Ashley, Michigan, as listed on her first marriage certificate.

    • Laurie Jack Lane
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
  • Thoroughfares-Other
    • Arena Court
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Barsol Terrace
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Bluejay Way
        • Quinn counterpart's house at 4159 Bluejay Way has been put up for sale by Bay Point Realty. (Season 1 episode Eggheads)
    • Cheney
        • When the sliders arrive on the asteroid world, Wade mentions that they are two blocks south of Cheney. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • Commonwealth
        • The sliders track down Quinn's father at an address of 316 Commonwealth. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
    • Dobey Glen
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Dresler Place
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Gimley Court
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Juarez
        • Street name in San Francisco, Republica de Nueva Espana. (Season 2 episode As Time Goes By)
    • Lake
        • Dr. Erin Mears tracks down an infectious man on a bus located near the intersection of Lake and Lyndale.
    • Lyndale
        • Dr. Erin Mears tracks down an infectious man on a bus located near the intersection of Lake and Lyndale.
    • Renance Court
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Rorey Place
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • South Bell Terrace
        • The sliders search for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. They go to his last known address on South Bell Terrace, where Charmagne tells them that Maurice took over his nephew’s lease near Telegraph, at the intersection of Povill Street. Red house on the south corner. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Terrace Place
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Ungila Court
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Wendel Terrace
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Worster Court
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Zapata
        • Street name in San Francisco, Republica de Nueva Espana. (Season 2 episode As Time Goes By)
  • Thoroughfares-Roads
    • Sycamore Road
        • The monkey host is found at the Jeffries residence on Sycamore Road in Palisades, California.
  • Thoroughfares-Streets
    • Bell Street
        • Quinn and Arturo rent a loft on Bell Street in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Degora Street
        • Miles infiltrates a low level Orion Syndicate gang by fixing broken Klingon disruptors, which he claims he fixed using parts stolen from Degora Street. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Industry Street
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • James Street
        • Conrad tells Quinn they found a gusher in the backyard of his house on James Street. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • Jinami Street
        • While infiltrating a low level Orion Syndicate gang on the planet Farius, Miles lives as a tinkerer in one room on Jinami Street. (Season 6 episode Honor Among Thieves)
    • Maple Street
        • Rita's first husband John Alan Ackerman's address in Ashley, Michigan, as listed on marriage certificate.

    • Oligari Street
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Povill Street
        • The sliders search for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. They go to his last known address on South Bell Terrace, where Charmagne tells them that Maurice took over his nephew’s lease near Telegraph, at the intersection of Povill Street. Red house on the south corner. Presumably named after Jon Povill, one of the writers on the show. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Semblence Street
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Tobey Street
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Walnut Street
        • Clark finds Chloe’s Wall of Weird at the residence of pioneering 19th century female journalist and Chloe’s hero Nellie Blye, located at 2348 Walnut Street. (Season 4 episode 2 Gone)
    • Williams Street
        • The FBI headquarters on the mob world is located at Mario's Used Furniture Warehouse on Williams Street. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Young Street
        • One of the streets that comes up on the screen when Quinn searches for former Spinning Topps member Maurice Fish using his personalized license plate KRI BABY on the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
  • Tobacco Products
    • Destiny Cigarettes
        • On the earthquake prison world, the sliders' new friend L.J. trades a carton of cigarettes to get the sliders a place to stay in government housing Annex 7-7-0. (Season 2 episode El Sid)
  • Tours
    • Italians Touring America
        • Tour service that travels through Springfield. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
  • Toy Products
    • Cosmic Turbo Fighter Jet
        • Toy that the child on Arturo as Mall Santa’s lap wants for Christmas on the Christmas shopping world. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Duopoly
        • Simpsons version of Monopoly. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Humor Putty
        • Simpsons version of Silly Putty. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Icky Nasty Ooze
        • Toy that the child on Arturo as Mall Santa’s lap wants for Christmas on the Christmas shopping world. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Krusty Brand Geiger Counter
        • Toy that Lisa uses on Homer's class two plutonium fission reactor that he built in the basement.
    • Marauder Mo Action Figures
        • When Quark returns home to see Moogie, he can't find his stuff, including some of his childhood toys. Moogie reveals at the end of the episode that she has been keeping them in storage, and that they'd be worth more if Quark had kept them in the original packaging. (Season 5 episode Ferengi Love Songs)
    • The New Deluxe Baby Patriot Doll
        • Toy doll sold at the toy store on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Parchoosey
        • Simpsons version of Parcheesi. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Rapping Toilet Seat
        • Gift sold at Goose's Gags and Gifts. "Yo yo yo keep it on the low flow!" (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Ravenous Ravenous Rhinos
        • Simpsons version of Hungry Hungry Hippos. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Sammy Spender Doll
        • Toy that the child on Arturo as Mall Santa’s lap wants for Christmas on the Christmas shopping world. (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
    • Sock 'Em Knock 'Em Cyborgs
        • Simpsons version of Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
    • Spirogram
        • Simpsons version of Spirograph. Bart packs up his childhood toys and sends them off on a viking funeral. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
  • Toy Stores
    • Tavish Toy Co.
        • Toy store on the pulsar world. (Season 3 episode The Exodus Part 1)
    • Toy Mania
        • Toy store at Sky High Plaza on the Christmas shopping world. “Where your dreams come true” (Season 3 episode Season's Greetings)
  • Travel Agencies
    • Columbus Ventures Ltd.
        • Travel agency in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
  • Travel Ports
    • Gotham Harbor
        • The super friends battle Steppenwolf and his minions on Stryker's Island, beneath Gotham Harbor.
    • The Oculus
        • Scientists from NASA and the Institute of Temporal Anomalies interview a trio of time travelers. A portal opened while they were watching Showtime, sending two of them into the future to meet the future government called The Council of Humanity and were taken to a place called the Oculus that was a gateway to other solar systems. The third person was sent back to caveman times. (Sketch A Journey Through Time)
  • Trivia
  • Trivia-Names
  • Trivia-Numbers
  • TV Shows
    • Dragnet: The Next Generation
        • The sliders find a copy of San Francisco View next to the TV in the Dominion Hotel, a local stand-in for TV Guide, featuring the cast of Dragnet: The Next Generation on the cover, two young police wearing kilts. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • The Fresh Princess of Bel Air
        • Rembrandt peruses a TV guide like magazine called Bay Area TV Listings on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, calling out TV program names such as Sisters: The Outlaw Years, Hanging with Mrs. Cooper and The Fresh Princess of Bel Air. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Hanging with Mrs. Cooper
        • Rembrandt peruses a TV guide like magazine called Bay Area TV Listings on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, calling out TV program names such as Sisters: The Outlaw Years, Hanging with Mrs. Cooper and The Fresh Princess of Bel Air. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Keepin' It Kodos
        • The episode begins with the classic TV sitcom "starring Kang". Kodos' wardrobe provided by Botany 5,000,000. Audience provided by Slave Colony of Rebulon 7. (Season 16 episode Treehouse of Horror XV)
    • Presidio Vice
        • TV Reporter: Residents were treated to a real life version of Presidio Vice this afternoon when Judge John Nassau escaped capture in a brazen shoot-out with the FBI that left one agent dead. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Sisters: The Outlaw Years
        • Rembrandt peruses a TV guide like magazine called Bay Area TV Listings on the world where an Iraqi viral agent killed most of the male population, calling out TV program names such as Sisters: The Outlaw Years, Hanging with Mrs. Cooper and The Fresh Princess of Bel Air. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • Skipper's Island
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, SFN Channel 43 News anchor Penny Jenson interrupts an alternate version of Gilligan’s Island called Skipper's Island for a special bulletin: “Friday will mark the eight year anniversary of the tragic death of Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown, the undisputed king of rock and roll.” (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
  • TV Shows-Anthology
    • Christian Carrot Theater
        • When Santa's Little Helper swallows the remote control for the TV, the channel changes every time he barks - from the Sitcom Sunday lineup to a Spanish version of Wheel of Fortune called Rueda de Fortuna to Mel Gibson's the Salad of the Christ on Christian Carrot Theater to rap music news show Hip-hoppenings. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
    • Sitcom Sunday
        • When Santa's Little Helper swallows the remote control for the TV, the channel changes every time he barks - from the Sitcom Sunday lineup to a Spanish version of Wheel of Fortune called Rueda de Fortuna to Mel Gibson's the Salad of the Christ on Christian Carrot Theater to rap music news show Hip-hoppenings. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
  • TV Shows-Entertainment News
    • Hip-hoppenings
        • When Santa's Little Helper swallows the remote control for the TV, the channel changes every time he barks - from the Sitcom Sunday lineup to a Spanish version of Wheel of Fortune called Rueda de Fortuna to Mel Gibson's the Salad of the Christ on Christian Carrot Theater to rap music news show Hip-hoppenings. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
  • TV Shows-Game Shows
    • The Judgement Game
        • America’s number one game show on the televised justice world. The only show that lets you be the judge. Quinn is mistaken for his counterpart, tried and sentenced to death. (Season 3 episode Dead Man Sliding)
    • Justice Tonight
        • Another televised justice TV game show that Taryn mentions that knocked The Judgement Game out of the top ten. (Season 3 episode Dead Man Sliding)
    • Rueda De Fortuna
        • When Santa's Little Helper swallows the remote control for the TV, the channel changes every time he barks - from the Sitcom Sunday lineup to a Spanish version of Wheel of Fortune called Rueda de Fortuna to Mel Gibson's the Salad of the Christ on Christian Carrot Theater to rap music news show Hip-hoppenings. (Season 16 episode Pranksta Rap)
  • TV Shows-News
    • Canadian News and Lost Mitten Update
        • Canadian news report on the arrest of Homer and his friends for smuggling drugs out of Canada. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • KAEF-TV
        • Sam announces his search for the monkey on Northstate News on KAEF-TV, TV station in Santa Rosa, California.
    • KDEK News
        • Arturo's counterpart - the real Sheriff of San Francisco in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War hosts a talk show called Talk Back on KDEK News. (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
    • KPIX
        • Local news team that reports on the situation in Cedar Creek, California.
    • Northstate News
        • Sam announces his search for the monkey on Northstate News on KAEF-TV, TV station in Santa Rosa, California.
    • The Talbot Report
        • Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot returns to Springfield, now a reporter for Global News Network, and host other own hews show The Talbot Report. "Tonight: Chloe interview Bob Dylan." (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
  • TV Shows-Shopping
    • Amazing Bargains
        • Home shopping TV show featuring the Self-protection Biological Purification Kit on the Fever world. (Season 1 episode The Fever)
  • TV Shows-Sports
    • Jock Center
        • Sports news show that decries the professional athletes using the dances they bought from Homer when scoring goals. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
  • TV Shows-Talk Shows
    • Talk Back
        • Arturo's counterpart - the real Sheriff of San Francisco in the world where the Americans lost the Revolutionary War hosts a talk show called Talk Back on KDEK News. (Season 1 episode The Prince of Wails)
  • TV Stations
    • KNBO
        • Local news team reporting on the Duchess of Hemmingshire's pregnancy. (Season 3 episode The Prince of Slides)
    • SFN
        • Local TV station in San Francisco.
        • The sliders watch an SFN news report at Moonatic Electronics about the Union of Concerned Scientists on the asteroid world. "The biggest sale in the history of discounted electronics" (Season 1 episode Last Days)
        • SFN's Carol Johnson reports on Arturo's run at the mayor's office on the matriarchy world. (Season 1 episode The Weaker Sex)
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, SFN Channel 43 News anchor Penny Jenson interrupts an alternate version of Gilligan’s Island called Skipper's Island for a special bulletin: “Friday will mark the eight year anniversary of the tragic death of Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown, the undisputed king of rock and roll.” (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
  • TV Stations-News
    • Business News Network
        • TV station on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Global News Network
        • Marge's old friend from high school Chloe Talbot returns to Springfield, now a reporter for Global News Network, and host other own hews show The Talbot Report. "Tonight: Chloe interview Bob Dylan." (Season 16 episode She Use to be My Girl)
  • TV Stations-Numbers
    • Channel 11
        • Arturo's counterpart on the world that's almost home reveals the secrets of interdimensional travel during a TV interview on Channel 11. (Season 2 episode Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome)
    • Channel 43
        • On the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King, SFN Channel 43 News anchor Penny Jenson interrupts an alternate version of Gilligan’s Island called Skipper's Island for a special bulletin: “Friday will mark the eight year anniversary of the tragic death of Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown, the undisputed king of rock and roll.” (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Channel 5
        • KGAB. A local news crew follows Wade to the other sliders for their next slide on the truth collar world. (Season 2 episode In Dino Veritas)
    • Channel 73
        • The sliders watch a Channel 73 news report on a TV inside Moonatic Electronics about the impending arrival of the South American spider wasp swarm, a hybrid creature created in a Venezuelan lab as potential form of pest control. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
  • Universities
    • California University
        • Arturo informs the police at Moodyville's that he is the Regent's professor of Cosmology and Ontology at California University. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Gotham City University
        • GCU. Victor Stone plays football. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Pacifica University
        • On the Sorcerer world, the sliders take the injured Quinn (after being shot in the shoulder by the Lottery Commission) to the Doctor Xang Medical Clinic to see Manfred Xang, M.D. There's a degree from Pacifica University in his office. (Season 2 episode Into the Mystic)
  • Utility Companies-Cable
    • Department of Recycling and Waste Management
        • Government utility. (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
  • Vehicle Models - Aircraft
    • HEAV
        • Hollow Earth Aerial Vehicle. Apex vehicles used for search for a power source into the Hollow Earth, the home world of the Titans.
  • Vehicle Rental
    • Golden Bay Rapid Transit
        • Free car rental service on the Lottery world. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
  • Vehicles-Aircraft
    • The Plywood Pelican
        • Old airplane created by C. Montgomery Burns, featured at the Springfield Air and Space Museum. Later Mr. Burns flies Homer and his friends into Canada. (Season 16 episode Midnight Rx)
    • Royal Talon Fighter
        • Zemo returns home to Sokovia, where Bucky tracks him down. The Wakandans arrive, taking him into custody, advising Bucky that they will be taking him to the Raft. Their Royal Talon fighter is seen in the background as they head out. (Season 1 episode Truth)
  • Vehicles-Nautical
    • Annabelle
        • A magazine article about Raccoon City can be found aboard the Annabelle ship on a table in floor 2F, stating, "16 years after the nightmare of Raccoon City and the survivors are still suffering."
    • Cortlandt
        • Boat that Aquaman saves after its hull is breached and it’s going down. (Zack Snyder's Justice League)
    • Patricia
        • Sam and Salt search for the freighter that carried the monkey from Africa and delivered it to Biotest around September 1. Ships mentions include Petra, Venus and Patricia.
    • Paul & Darlene
        • Sam's parents' fishing boat. (Season 1 episode New World Order)
        • Sam returns home to help his sister fix up their parents boat, deciding not to sell it after all. It is their legacy. (Season 1 episode Truth)
    • Petra
        • Sam and Salt search for the freighter that carried the monkey from Africa and delivered it to Biotest around September 1. Ships mentions include Petra, Venus and Patricia.
    • Tae Kuk Seattle
        • The freighter that Sam and Salt are after. The Tae Kuk Seattle went out to sea that morning. Salt gets as close to the freighter as the loach will allow, and Sam has to jump onto a stationary dinghy. Sam tells the Chinese crew, who can speak limited English, that he's an Army doctor. The crew takes him to the walk in freezer where they show him the body of the man who succumbed to his illness. When Sam saw the face, he asked to be taken to the man's sleeping quarters. The crew immediately take him there.
    • Venus
        • Sam and Salt search for the freighter that carried the monkey from Africa and delivered it to Biotest around September 1. Ships mentions include Petra, Venus and Patricia.
  • Vehicles-Space
    • B'Moth
        • Martok reveals the content of the message from the Klingon High Council: "Three days ago, the battle cruiser B'Moth began a patrol near the Cardassian border. They have not been heard from since. They are now reported missing." Martok is given command of a bird of prey - the Rotarran - to conduct a search. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
    • Convey PQ-One
        • After escorting Convey PQ-One to the Vegan system and Sisko sets course for home, Worf detects a distress call coming from somewhere in the Rutharian Sector, sent by a woman named Lisa, captain of the Federation starship Olympia that crashed on an expedition to the Beta Quadrant. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • IKS Rotarran
        • Klingon ship.
        • Martok reveals the content of the message from the Klingon High Council: "Three days ago, the battle cruiser B'Moth began a patrol near the Cardassian border. They have not been heard from since. They are now reported missing." Martok is given command of a bird of prey - the Rotarran - to conduct a search. (Season 5 episode Soldiers of the Empire)
        • After rescuing Sisko and the crew of the Defiant, Martok and the crew of the IKS Rotarran deliver them to Starbase 375. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
        • Martok and the crew of the IKS Rotarran escort a convoy to the planet Donatu V. (Season 6 episode Sons and Daughters)
        • The episode starts with a joint mission between the Defiant and the Rotarran, before they retreat to Starbase 375. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
    • Kornaire
        • Gul Dukat tells Sisko a story about when he was a newly minted glinn on the Kornaire in which he had to clean up a compartment in which three men had gone through an explosive decompression. He didn't sleep for a week after that. (Season 6 episode Waltz)
    • Shenandoah
        • Federation runabout.
        • With the Defiant gone and most of the runabouts off on exercises with the 9th Fleet, Worf and Jadzia take the Shenandoah to the Badlands to meet with a Cardassian operative named Lasaran that has been providing military intelligence to Starfleet Intelligence. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
        • While Nog and Jake are traveling on the Shenandoah runabout from Starbase 257 to Ferenginar to deliver a message from Starfleet to the Grand Nagus, Red Squad commanding the U.S.S. Valiant save them from a Jem'Hadar attack using Attack pattern Sierra Four. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • U.S.S. Agaki
        • Kira: U.S.S. Potemkin has completed her repairs and is rejoining the fleet later today. Exeter, Sutherland and Agaki have submitted resupply requests and there are about 1,000 messages from Starfleet Command awaiting your "eyes-only" attention. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • U.S.S. Centaur
        • Federation starship. Charlie Reynold's ship. (Season 6 episode A Time to Stand)
        • When Garak and Rom are captured by the Jem'Hadar, Garak claims he was taken prisoner on the Centaur. (Season 6 episode Rocks and Shoals)
    • U.S.S. Exeter
        • Kira: U.S.S. Potemkin has completed her repairs and is rejoining the fleet later today. Exeter, Sutherland and Agaki have submitted resupply requests and there are about 1,000 messages from Starfleet Command awaiting your "eyes-only" attention. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • U.S.S. Honshu
        • Sisko is overseeing the transport of Gul Dukat to Starbase 621 for his arraignment aboard the Honshu when it is destroyed by an attack wing of Cardassian destroyers. The Constellation and the Defiant are assigned to the search party. (Season 6 episode Waltz)
    • U.S.S. Olympia
        • After escorting Convey PQ-One to the Vegan system and Sisko sets course for home, Worf detects a distress call coming from somewhere in the Rutharian Sector, sent by a woman named Lisa, captain of the Federation starship Olympia that crashed on an expedition to the Beta Quadrant. (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • U.S.S. Potemkin
        • Kira: U.S.S. Potemkin has completed her repairs and is rejoining the fleet later today. Exeter, Sutherland and Agaki have submitted resupply requests and there are about 1,000 messages from Starfleet Command awaiting your "eyes-only" attention. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
    • U.S.S. Sutherland
        • Federation starship.
        • Kira: U.S.S. Potemkin has completed her repairs and is rejoining the fleet later today. Exeter, Sutherland and Agaki have submitted resupply requests and there are about 1,000 messages from Starfleet Command awaiting your "eyes-only" attention. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • Jadziaa mentions the Sutherland will be arriving at the station tomorrow. (Season 6 episode Change of Heart)
    • U.S.S. Valiant
        • While Nog and Jake are traveling on the Shenandoah runabout from Starbase 257 to Ferenginar to deliver a message from Starfleet to the Grand Nagus, Red Squad commanding the U.S.S. Valiant save them from a Jem'Hadar attack using Attack pattern Sierra Four. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
    • Ya'Vang
        • Klingon Battle Cruiser that took heavy losses and is re-staffed with soldiers from the Rotarran, including Worf's son Alexander. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
  • Video Games
    • Home Run Derby
        • Virtual baseball game that Rembrandt is playing when the sliders slide to the hell world. (Season 3 episode The Fire Within)
  • Video Games-Arcade
  • Videos
    • Beauty Pageant Diarrhea
        • Video featured on Comic Book Guy's web site DORKS-GONE-WILD.COM. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Big-Ass Baryshnikov
        • Video featured on Comic Book Guy's web site DORKS-GONE-WILD.COM. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Boxer Shot By Wife
        • Video featured on Comic Book Guy's web site DORKS-GONE-WILD.COM. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
    • Lute Fruit
        • Video featured on Comic Book Guy's web site DORKS-GONE-WILD.COM. (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
  • Waste Management
  • Water
    • Paradise Beach
        • The sliders arrive on a beach on the giant worm world to find a sign for Paradise Beach, Barnette, and a warning: “Danger No Beach Activity Allowed!” (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
  • Weapons
    • Varaxian LM-7
        • Arms dealer and Quark's new partner Hagath's client the Regent of Palamar wants to buy a Mutagenic retrovirus. In an attempt to reduce the death toll, Quark attempts to sell him a fictional weapon instead called Varaxian LM-7, which he describes as a new biogenic weapon, still in the experimental stage. (Season 5 episode Business as Usual)
  • Weapons-Explosives
    • American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems
        • Ovenfresh Industries sponsors the Oven Fresh Bakeoff contest, brought to you by the Ovenfresh Flour family of products, including Li'l Fatso Cupcakes, Drizzlers Gravies, American Pride Radar-Guided Missile Systems and Quetzalcoatl's Choice Mexican Food. (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
    • Radiogenic Warhead
        • The crew of the Valiant finds a flaw in the design of the Jem’Hadar ship’s antimatter storage system. The primary support braces are made of viterium - a very strong, very resilient metal alloy which just happens to become extremely unstable when exposed to delta radiation. A single torpedo rigged with a radiogenic warhead could reduce those braces to the consistency of wet pasta. As a result, the entire antimatter storage system would tear itself apart. That’s the theory anyway. Things don’t work out as planned. (Season 6 episode Valiant)
  • Weapons-Guns
  • Websites
    • Www.nuclear-secrets.com
        • Website that Homer visits, then builds a class two plutonium fission reactor in the basement, which he uses to threaten the owner of Goose's Gags and Gifts. (Season 16 Fat Man and Little Boy)
  • Wedding Services
  • Zoos
    • San Francisco National Dinosaur Preserve and Spotted Owl Sanctuary
        • The sliders find themselves in a dinosaur sanctuary. (Season 2 episode In Dino Veritas)

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