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SLIDERS 1995 TV Series
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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 Rationalist Party
      • Activist group fighting the Assembly of the Oracle. The Oracle tolerates disagreement with their way as long as the rats keep it on the low flame. Also known as Radrats. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • 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
    • Interand
      • Quinn and Rembrandt hitch an Interand charter airplane ride in Columbia headed for Delgado / Delgado Field with Kyra, a woman that works for a company called Selvatech, bringing them a mated pair of endangered snakes that hold the key to saving millions of lives called triadders - which she describes as, "kind of like pythons but more rare". When a snake gets loose, the plane crashes somewhere north of Zamara. They make their way to the nearest town of Santa Marta. (Season 3 episode Slither)
  • Amusement Park Attractions
    • The Civil War
      • Einmen Entertainment's The Arcade is the world's cutting edge, state of the art family entertainment center, featuring role-playing activities The Civil War and Emergency, as well as the Roman Spa for relaxation. "There are no limits at the Arcade", "The funnest place in the world" (Season 5 episode A Thousand Deaths)
    • The Dark Age Dungeon Ride
      • The religious group known as the Assembly of the Oracle World has a theme park called Oracle World, featuring an IMAX movie called The World in Six Days and a ride called The Dark Age Dungeon Ride, with new music this year by John Tesh. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • Emergency
      • Einmen Entertainment's The Arcade is the world's cutting edge, state of the art family entertainment center, featuring role-playing activities The Civil War and Emergency, as well as the Roman Spa for relaxation. "There are no limits at the Arcade", "The funnest place in the world" (Season 5 episode A Thousand Deaths)
  • Amusement Parks
    • The Arcade
      • Einmen Entertainment's The Arcade is the world's cutting edge, state of the art family entertainment center, featuring role-playing activities The Civil War and Emergency, as well as the Roman Spa for relaxation. "There are no limits at the Arcade", "The funnest place in the world" (Season 5 episode A Thousand Deaths)
    • Middletown Amusement Park
      • The Temple of the Chasm church in the small town of Middleton worships "the Chasm", a remnant of an old amusement park ride that transfers emotions from the citizens of the town to one human vessel, who, when overwhelmed by the overload of emotions, jumps into the Chasm, passing the curse along to the next intended recipient. "Home of the World's Happiest Ride" (Season 4 episode The Chasm)
    • Oracle World
      • The religious group known as the Assembly of the Oracle World has a theme park called Oracle World, featuring an IMAX movie called The World in Six Days and a ride called The Dark Age Dungeon Ride, with new music this year by John Tesh. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • 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)
    • 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)
  • Animals/Creatures
    • Dragon
      • The sliders fight a dragon - Quinn stabs it in the heart with a sword. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • 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)
    • Triadder
      • Quinn and Rembrandt hitch an Interand charter airplane ride in Columbia headed for Delgado / Delgado Field with Kyra, a woman that works for a company called Selvatech, bringing them a mated pair of endangered snakes that hold the key to saving millions of lives called triadders - which she describes as, "kind of like pythons but more rare". When a snake gets loose, the plane crashes somewhere north of Zamara. They make their way to the nearest town of Santa Marta. (Season 3 episode Slither)
  • Antique Stores
    • Antiques
      • Generic antique store in the background on the Lottery world. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
  • Apartment and Condos
    • Ivory Towers
      • Apartment building only for the rich, known as on-liners. (Season 4 episode Net Worth)
    • Kincaid City Apts.
      • Married worker's housing on the world where internal combustion engines have been outlawed. (Season 5 episode Easy Slider)
  • Architecture and Interior Design
    • Sean Jebid
      • Royal Architect that designs the pyramid on the Egypt world. (Season 3 Slide Like an Egyptian)
  • Armed Forces
    • 8th Armored Division
      • Thomas Beecham tells Maggie how he ran off and left his unit - the 8th Armored Division. (Season 4 episode Slidecage)
    • 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)
    • Kromagg-Earth Operations Unified Command
      • Earth's unified military in one of Maggie's virtual reality scenarios on the VR world. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • 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)
  • Artifacts
    • The Living Gems of Chapare
      • The sliders need to get their hands on some living gems known as The Living Gems of Chapare to fix their timer, gems that were discovered only a few years ago in the jungles of Bolivia in an isolated valley in the rain shadow of the Andes called The Valley of the Chapare. Some people feel like they have magical qualities. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
    • The Star of LaPaz
      • Diana's insurance investigator date asks her to wear the Star of LaPaz, the most precious living gem in the world, to a party during the film festival. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
  • Audio Recordings-Music
    • Don’t Make Me Cry
      • The sliders stumble on University of Yukon paleontologist Jack Bigelow's archeological dig in the Badlands, exploring the ancient civilization of Los Angeles, including the Chandler Hotel and a Rembrandt Cryin' Man Brown museum, featuring a Don’t Make Me Cry gold record published by Onslaught Records and a concert poster for a performance on Friday and Saturday March 14 and 15. (Season 5 episode Dust)
    • 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
    • Alice Cooper Award
      • On the vampire world, Music Edge Press music critic mentions in his review of the goth rock vampire band Stoker that: "Stoker gets the Alice Cooper Award for tryin'". A Stoker band member kills him for it. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • 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)
    • The McKay Prize For Scholarship
      • At Quinn's counterpart's house, the sliders find some trophy awards that Quinn tried for them but never won - The McKay Prize for Scholarship, and the Pedderson Award. (Season 4 episode World Killer)
    • The Pedderson Award
      • At Quinn's counterpart's house, the sliders find some trophy awards that Quinn tried for them but never won - The McKay Prize for Scholarship, and the Pedderson Award. (Season 4 episode World Killer)
    • Silver Palm
      • Maggie mentions several awards that her father "the General" received, including the Distinguished Flying Cross (real), the Silver Palm with Cluster (Star Trek reference) and the Congressional Medal of Honor (real). (Season 4 episode World Killer)
    • 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)
  • 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
    • American Provincial Bank
      • Bank on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • Global Express National Credit Card
      • Credit card company on the world where creativity has been outlawed. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • MasterCredit
      • Credit Card company on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • 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)
    • Vista
      • Credit Card company on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
  • 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)
    • 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)
    • Fenwick's Tavern
      • Tavern on Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
    • The Hippo Club
      • Speakeasy where Rembrandt sings and Maggie serves drinks on the world where caffeine has been outlawed. (Season 5 episode The Java Jive)
    • 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)
    • Mayan
      • Music venue on the vampire world featuring the goth rock vampire band Stoker. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • 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)
    • Sparky's
      • Bar on the televised justice world. (Season 3 episode Dead Man Sliding)
    • Top Hat Nightclub
      • Judge John Nassau gives a chip to Wade before he dies that contains the text of the United States Constitution, hidden in a matchbook from the Top Hat Nightclub. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
  • 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 California
      • On Maggie's Earth there was a world war. The second of three. The Japanese invaded the west coast of her country. The marines fought them block by block but they kept pouring in reinforcements. When the American lines finally broke, they felt they had no choice. They dropped two atomic bombs. One on Los Angeles, one on San Diego. On their own soil. On their own troops. Maggie's grandfather fought there. (Season 4 Common Ground)
    • 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 Human-Kromagg War
      • Conflict that started on Quinn's home world, now impacting multiple Earths. (Season 4 episode Slidecage)
      • On the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, Quinn's doctor and Rembrandt's new friend Dr. Helen Donovan used to be known as Dr. Venable, and was a collaborator known as a "Thatcher" during the Human-Kromagg War, serving them in a Magg evacuation center In Belgium. "Thatcher" because British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed a non aggression pact with the Kromagg Dynasty. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
  • Beauty and Barber Shops
    • Barber Shop
      • Generic barber shop.
      • Generic barber shop on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
      • Generic barber shop next door to the Coffee shop where Diana hangs out with her college campus counterpart. (Season 5 episode Applied Physics)
    • Sanitary Barber
      • Barber shop on the clone world. (Season 4 episode My Brother's Keeper)
  • 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-Beer
    • Body Slam Malt Liquor
      • Sponsor of TV show Lipschitz Live. "For that special occasion or no reason at all - Body Slam is gonna take you down.” (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
  • 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-Biography
    • Bebop King
      • Novel about the life of Jackie Robinson - the greatest saxophone player this world has ever seen - on science fiction writer Isaac Clark's boring world. (Season 4 episode Revelations)
  • Books-Cookbooks
    • The Hacker's Cookbook
      • Trevor Blue's list of recipes. Every recipe can be made without the butt leaving the chair. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
  • Books-Fiction
    • Flow My Blood, the Soldier Said
      • Science fiction novel (the title a nod to Philip K. Dick) by Isaac Clark (author name a nod to Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clark) on science fiction writer Isaac Clark's boring world. (Season 4 episode Revelations)
  • Books-Instructional
    • El Diablo Nuclear Generating Facility Operating Manual
      • The residents of the anti-technology world worship an old handbook from a nuclear plant. (Season 4 episode Slide by Wire)
    • 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)
  • 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
    • 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)

    • Good Things Happen to Bad People
      • Rembrandt buys a book called Good Things Happen to Bad People at Eagan's bookstore on the clone world. (Season 4 episode My Brother's Keeper)
  • Books-Reference
    • Drugs Are Your Friends
      • Reading material in Maggie and Colin's house in the suburbs when they are taken to Reorientation Compound Four on the pharmacotherapy world. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Illustrated History of Psychopharmacology
      • Reading material in Maggie and Colin's house in the suburbs when they are taken to Reorientation Compound Four on the pharmacotherapy world. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • The Events Calendar
      • In the Oracle/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)
    • Who's Who On Science
      • Reference book on science fiction author Isaac Clark's home world, the world that Quinn and Colin thought was their world, but turns out not to be. (Season 4 episode Revelations)
  • 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)
    • Data Universal Newsstand
      • Newsstand on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Eagan's Bookstore
      • Rembrandt buys a book called Good Things Happen to Bad People at Eagan's bookstore on the clone world. (Season 4 episode My Brother's Keeper)
    • 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
    • City Square
      • There's a big rally for Governor Schick covered by News 20 at City Square on the racial purity world. "America for Americans" (Season 4 episode California Reich)
    • 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)
    • Intrepid Plaza
      • On the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, there's a plaza named after her spaceship, the Intrepid, the craft used for mankind's first mission to Mars. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • 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)
    • 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)
  • Butcher Shops
    • Blackthorn
      • Butcher shop on the anti-technology world. (Season 4 episode Slide by Wire)
  • Cafes and Delis
    • Club Francois
      • Cafe on the Druid world. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • First Street Cafe
      • Cafe in the background in San Francisco in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Hennessy's
      • Cafe on the pulsar world. (Season 3 episode The Exodus Part 1)
    • Merchant Cafe
      • Cafe in the western looking world where Quinn and Maggie leave to slide to Earth Prime. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
    • 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)
    • Sweet Shack
      • Mrs. Meadow's malt shop in Middleton. (Season 4 episode The Chasm)
    • The Wrightwood Cafe
      • Cafe on the horror world. (Season 4 episode The Alternateville Horror)
      • Cafe on Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
  • Casinos
    • Bunion's Silver Horseshoe
      • Casino on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
  • Chemical Companies
    • Geni-Trax Corp.
      • The cause of the disease on the zombie world was an over the counter bacteria product called Lipton that was engineered to attack fat. Along with the antidote, it was marketed and sold as a weight loss product. (Season 3 episode Sole Survivors)
  • 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
    • Assembly of The Oracle
      • The sliders encounter a religious group called the Assembly of the Oracle, centered around a seer that believes life here is just to prepare you for life on the next world. The faithful will be gathered up on the Day of Accounting. In the meantime though, they incinerate people while claiming to send them to the next world. Also known as "Followers of the way". (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • The Believers
      • Community living in a commune that share a heightened level of consciousness that derives from swallowing a glittering liquid. The substance not only heals, but individuality is lost by joining their souls together. Mallory joins them in order to walk again after being paralyzed by a laser beam on the last world. (Season 5 episode New Gods for Old)
    • 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 Sanctuary
      • The sliders land on the island of Saint Cataline, on the edge of the northern sea, site of a sort of monastery called the Sanctuary, inhabited by a community of self-described keepers of peace and harmony that have been living simple lives since the collapse of the government known as the Hemispheric Alliance, in a world where a gang called the Volsangs are pretty much in charge. (Season 5 episode The Great Work)
    • Slidology
      • New religion based on the sliders' adventures, "an ideological discipline for tomorrow", on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer).
    • Temple of the Chasm
      • The Temple of the Chasm church in the small town of Middleton worships "the Chasm", a remnant of an old amusement park ride that transfers emotions from the citizens of the town to one human vessel, who, when overwhelmed by the overload of emotions, jumps into the Chasm, passing the curse along to the next intended recipient. (Season 4 episode The Chasm)
  • 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)
    • Delgado
      • Quinn and Rembrandt hitch an Interand charter airplane ride in Columbia headed for Delgado / Delgado Field with Kyra, a woman that works for a company called Selvatech, bringing them a mated pair of endangered snakes that hold the key to saving millions of lives called triadders - which she describes as, "kind of like pythons but more rare". When a snake gets loose, the plane crashes somewhere north of Zamara. They make their way to the nearest town of Santa Marta. (Season 3 episode Slither)
    • Eden
      • City on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • Emrys
      • City on the Druid world. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
    • 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)
    • Nuevo Los Ángeles
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel in the city of Nuevo Los Angeles on the worked where Microsoft collapsed, leading to the U.S. being invaded by Mexico. (Season 4 episode Roads Taken)
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • Santa Marta
      • Quinn and Rembrandt hitch an Interand charter airplane ride in Columbia headed for Delgado / Delgado Field with Kyra, a woman that works for a company called Selvatech, bringing them a mated pair of endangered snakes that hold the key to saving millions of lives called triadders - which she describes as, "kind of like pythons but more rare". When a snake gets loose, the plane crashes somewhere north of Zamara. They make their way to the nearest town of Santa Marta. (Season 3 episode Slither)
    • 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)
    • Zamara
      • Quinn and Rembrandt hitch an Interand charter airplane ride in Columbia headed for Delgado / Delgado Field with Kyra, a woman that works for a company called Selvatech, bringing them a mated pair of endangered snakes that hold the key to saving millions of lives called triadders - which she describes as, "kind of like pythons but more rare". When a snake gets loose, the plane crashes somewhere north of Zamara. They make their way to the nearest town of Santa Marta. (Season 3 episode Slither)
  • Cities and Towns - U.S.
    • 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)
    • Holt Junction
      • On the world where internal combustion engines have been outlawed, a motorcycle gang called the Smokers led my Mallory's new girlfriend Sam wage ware against Kincaid Petro and some sort of government agency called AQMD, raiding an oil refinery in a town called Holt Junction. (Season 5 episode Easy Slider)
    • Middletown
      • The Temple of the Chasm church in the small town of Middleton worships "the Chasm", a remnant of an old amusement park ride that transfers emotions from the citizens of the town to one human vessel, who, when overwhelmed by the overload of emotions, jumps into the Chasm, passing the curse along to the next intended recipient. (Season 4 episode The Chasm)
    • 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)
  • 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)
  • Clothing Stores
    • 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 Oracle/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)
    • Colette's
      • Clothing store on the asteroid world. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
  • Coffee Shops
    • Java Man!
      • Coffee shop where Diana hangs out with her college campus counterpart. (Season 5 episode Applied Physics)
    • 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)
    • 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)
  • Communications Companies
    • General Comco
      • According to Hal the bartender at the Chandler Hotel bar, TV host Barry Lipschitz got his name as a reporter for INM during the war with Guam. After the war, INM merged with TBC. Global bought TBC, and then they merged with UniMax, which got pulled into the Turnbull Group. And that whole thing got sealed up by General Comco. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • Global
      • According to Hal the bartender at the Chandler Hotel bar, TV host Barry Lipschitz got his name as a reporter for INM during the war with Guam. After the war, INM merged with TBC. Global bought TBC, and then they merged with UniMax, which got pulled into the Turnbull Group. And that whole thing got sealed up by General Comco. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • Infinicorp
      • Sign in the Chandler Hotel lobby on the Lipschitz Live world: "The Chandler Hotel welcomes Infinicorp and Millenia Media to the 1997 World Television Corporate Summit". There are no rooms available at the hotel due to the "corporate wedding". (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • Millenia Media
      • Sign in the Chandler Hotel lobby on the Lipschitz Live world: "The Chandler Hotel welcomes Infinicorp and Millenia Media to the 1997 World Television Corporate Summit". There are no rooms available at the hotel due to the "corporate wedding". (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • 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)
    • Turnbull Group
      • According to the bartender at the Chandler Hotel bar, TV host Barry Lipschitz got his name as a reporter for INM during the war with Guam. After the war, INM merged with TBC. Global bought TBC, and then they merged with UniMax, which got pulled into the Turnbull Group. And that whole thing got sealed up by General Comco. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • UniMax
      • According to Hal the bartender at the Chandler Hotel bar, TV host Barry Lipschitz got his name as a reporter for INM during the war with Guam. After the war, INM merged with TBC. Global bought TBC, and then they merged with UniMax, which got pulled into the Turnbull Group. And that whole thing got sealed up by General Comco. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
  • 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)
    • 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)
  • 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)
  • Condiments
    • 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)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • AKV
      • Virus created on Christina's home world used to kill the Kromaggs. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
    • The Q
      • The disease in the Fever world, apparently named after Quinn, also known as patient zero. (Season 1 episode Fever)
  • Construction Companies
    • Bay Area Development
      • Billboard graffiti on the Invasion world: "They're Coming", "Kromaggs Rule", "The end is here" (Season 2 episode Invasion)
    • Sonski & Associates Land Surveyors
      • Service on Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
  • Conventions and Seminars
    • 1997 World Television Corporate Summit
      • Sign in the Chandler Hotel lobby on the Lipschitz Live world: "The Chandler Hotel welcomes Infinicorp and Millenia Media to the 1997 World Television Corporate Summit". There are no rooms available at the hotel due to the "corporate wedding". (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • 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)
  • Corporations
    • Data Universal
      • Automated company that controls society through debt. "Is there for you in every way" (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Einmen Entertainment
      • Einmen Entertainment's The Arcade is the world's cutting edge, state of the art family entertainment center, featuring role-playing activities The Civil War and Emergency, as well as the Roman Spa for relaxation. "There are no limits at the Arcade", "The funnest place in the world" (Season 5 episode A Thousand Deaths)
    • 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)
    • TRICOMM
      • Sign outside Van Nuys Hospital in Granada Hills where Quinn is taken after the plane crash on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation: "An HMO Care Facility from your friends at TRICOMM" (Season 4 episode Asylum)
  • 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. Ruskin
      • Doctor at Oakwood Sanitarium on the world where creativity is outlawed. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • Dr. Sean Carter
      • New cognitive therapy intern at Oakwood Sanitarium on the world where creativity is outlawed. He's late on his first day, allowing Mallory to assume his identity temporarily, until he is found out. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
  • 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)
    • California
      • California seceded from the union to become an independent nation. The current president is Charleton Heston, and there are guns everywhere. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • The Corporate States
      • The United States has been replaced by the Corporate States on the world where creativity is outlawed. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • 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)
  • Cryogenics
    • Clarence Birdseye Cryogenic Storage Facility
      • On the DNA cryogenics world, Susanna's counterpart tricks Colin into stealing a frozen corpse from the Clarence Birdseye cryogenic storage facility on Alvarado, and then takes him to her mother's house on Glen Ellen Drive, where he steals Susanna's cell phone and calls Quinn at the Chandler Hotel. (Season 4 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
  • Currency
    • Digicash
      • Currency for rich "on-liners" on the Ivory Towers world. (Season 4 episode Net Worth)
    • Minishkin
      • Currency that Rembrandt's cab driver asks for on the communist world. (Pilot episode)
  • Databases
    • Historical Database
      • Database that Colin studies to learn about the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • Kromagg Central Data Bank
      • Kormagg database that the sliders use to track down Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
  • Dentists
    • Silverberg & Schneider Dental Group
      • Dentist visible in the background on the Oracle world. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
  • Department, Discount and General Stores
    • Outpost
      • Trading post on the map of the desert world. (Season 3 episode Desert Storm)
    • Ritz Merchandise Company
      • Storefront visible when Damon, hopped up on Decimide, chases Quinn and Rembrandt on the pharmacotherapy world. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
  • Diners
    • 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)
    • Mel's Diner
      • Diner on the mandatory organ donor world. (Season 3 episode The Breeder)
  • 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)
    • Dr. Bailey
      • Doctor on Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
    • 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. Helen Donovan
      • On the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, Quinn's doctor and Rembrandt's new friend Dr. Helen Donovan used to be known as Dr. Venable, and was a collaborator known as a "Thatcher" during the Human-Kromagg War, serving them in a Magg evacuation center In Belgium. "Thatcher" because British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed a non aggression pact with the Kromagg Dynasty. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • Dr. Kensington
      • Doctor on Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
    • Dr. Krislov
      • After being shot with a laser beam by General Krislov's totalitarian Bureau of Internal Reconstruction troops, the sliders take Mallory to a doctor on the Believers world that turns out to be Krislov's counterpart, Dr. Krislov. On the next world after that, Krislov owns a restaurant called Krislov's Excellent Fare. (Season 5 episode New Gods for Old)
    • 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)
    • Dr. Tassler
      • Doctor on the zombie world that explains the history of the disease. (Season 3 episode Sole Survivors)
    • Dr. Venable
      • On the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, Quinn's doctor and Rembrandt's new friend Dr. Helen Donovan used to be known as Dr. Venable, and was a collaborator known as a "Thatcher" during the Human-Kromagg War, serving them in a Magg evacuation center In Belgium. "Thatcher" because British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed a non aggression pact with the Kromagg Dynasty. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
  • Drugstores
    • Data Universal Pharmacy
      • Drugstore on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Feel-Rite Pharmacy
      • Drug store in the Fever world. An alternative pharmacy. Arturo calls it a Medieval apothecary. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • Village Pharmacy
      • Drugstore in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
  • Electronics Stores
    • Doppler Computer Superstore
      • Electronics store in San Francisco where Wade and Quinn work. (Pilot episode).
      • 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)
    • 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)
    • Radio Shed
      • Sliders version of Radio Shack, which Maggie mentions when Quinn is working on the timer and sliding technology. (Season 4 episode World Killer)
    • Vacuum Tube City
      • Store on the repressed technology world. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
  • Electronics-Audio and Video
    • Chandler Travel Agency
      • Name of the hologram device in the sliders room at the Chandler Hotel. (Season 5 episode Applied Physics)
    • RealMan XL
      • Virtual reality headset on the VR world. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
  • 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)
    • El Diablo Nuclear Generating Facility
      • The residents of the anti-technology world worship an old handbook from a nuclear plant. (Season 4 episode Slide by Wire)
  • Essays and Reports
    • Chiral Field Anomalies
      • Thesis by Maximillian Arturo. (Pilot episode)
    • Coset Wormholes and Keller Orbifolds
      • Thesis by Maximillian Arturo. (Pilot episode)
  • Event Centers
    • The Center
      • Location of the reception for the sliders on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
    • The Chancellor Center
      • The religious group known as the Assembly of the Oracle holds an event called the Gathering at the Chancellor Center in Los Angeles. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
  • Fast Food-Burgers
    • 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)
  • Flower Shops
    • Gian Carlo's Flower Shop
      • A crowd watches the Lipschitz Live! TV show on a TV in window of Gian Carlo's flower shop. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • Kayla's Flowers
      • Flower shop on the clone world. (Season 4 episode My Brother's Keeper)
    • Wolcott Flowers
      • Flower shop on Christina's home world. (Season 4 episode Mother and Child)
      • Flower shop in Middleton. (Season 4 episode The Chasm)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Sunstalk
      • Plant that grows on the janeers world. (Season 3 episode The Last of Eden)
  • Fuel Companies
    • Kincaid Petro
      • On the world where internal combustion engines have been outlawed, Kincaid Petro is one of the last oil refineries. (Season 5 episode Easy Slider)
    • 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)
  • Gangs
    • The Dream Masters
      • Gang that has learned how to control dreams. (Season 3 episode The Dream Masters)
    • The Smokers
      • On the world where internal combustion engines have been outlawed, a motorcycle gang called the Smokers led my Mallory's new girlfriend Sam wage ware against Kincaid Petro and some sort of government agency called AQMD, raiding an oil refinery in a town called Holt Junction. (Season 5 episode Easy Slider)
      • Mallory tells the pirates about the Smokers gang. (Season 5 episode Heavy Metal)
    • Volsangs
      • The sliders land on the island of Saint Cataline, on the edge of the northern sea, site of a sort of monastery called the Sanctuary, inhabited by a community of self-described keepers of peace and harmony that have been living simple lives since the collapse of the government known as the Hemispheric Alliance, in a world where a gang called the Volsangs are pretty much in charge. (Season 5 episode The Great Work)
  • Government Entities and Agencies/Bureaus/Councils
    • AQMD
      • On the world where internal combustion engines have been outlawed, a motorcycle gang called the Smokers led my Mallory's new girlfriend Sam wage ware against Kincaid Petro and some sort of government agency called AQMD, raiding an oil refinery in a town called Holt Junction. (Season 5 episode Easy Slider)
    • 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)
    • Bureau of Internal Reconstruction
      • The BIR. After being shot with a laser beam by General Krislov's totalitarian Bureau of Internal Reconstruction troops, the sliders take Mallory to a doctor on the Believers world that turns out to be Krislov's counterpart, Dr. Krislov. On the next world after that, Krislov owns a restaurant called Krislov's Excellent Fare. (Season 5 episode New Gods for Old)
    • CHC
      • California Health Commission. Government agency in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • ELL Ruling Council
      • Governmental agency mentioned on the news on the worked where Microsoft collapsed, leading to the U.S. being invaded by Mexico. (Season 4 episode Roads Taken)
    • Federal Space Agency
      • Government agency on the asteroid world. (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • Hemispheric Alliance
      • The sliders land on the island of Saint Cataline, on the edge of the northern sea, site of a sort of monastery called the Sanctuary, inhabited by a community of self-described keepers of peace and harmony that have been living simple lives since the collapse of the government known as the Hemispheric Alliance, in a world where a gang called the Volsangs are pretty much in charge. (Season 5 episode The Great Work)
    • 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)
      • On the toxic fog world, Quinn's counterpart from the pilot claims to have given the Kromaggs the equation for sliding. (Season 3 episode The Other Slide of Darkness)
      • Quinn and Maggie finally get back to Earth Prime to find it's been invaded by Kormaggs. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
      • The Kromaggs capture the sliders. (Season 4 Common Ground)
      • On the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, Quinn's doctor and Rembrandt's new friend Dr. Helen Donovan used to be known as Dr. Venable, and was a collaborator known as a "Thatcher" during the Human-Kromagg War, serving them in a Magg evacuation center In Belgium. "Thatcher" because British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher signed a non aggression pact with the Kromagg Dynasty. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • 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)
    • 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.
  • Grocery Stores
    • Fish Market
      • Abandoned generic fish market building on the robot world. (Season 3 episode State of the Art)
  • Hardware Stores
    • Data Universal Hardware
      • Hardware store on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Hardware
      • Generic hardware store in the western looking world where Quinn and Maggie leave to slide to Earth Prime. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
    • Middletown Hardware
      • Hardware store in Middleton. (Season 4 episode The Chasm)
  • Health Clubs, Massage and Spa Services
    • Roman Spa
      • Einmen Entertainment's The Arcade is the world's cutting edge, state of the art family entertainment center, featuring role-playing activities The Civil War and Emergency, as well as the Roman Spa for relaxation. "There are no limits at the Arcade", "The funnest place in the world" (Season 5 episode A Thousand Deaths)
  • 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)
    • Hill Street Blood Bank
      • Blood bank on the vampire world featuring a blood drive to get people to donate blood to charity for convert tickets for the goth rock vampire band Stoker. "Donate the gift of life" (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • Maximized Health Organization
      • MHO. Quinn's counterpart's father's clone facility on the clone world. (Season 4 episode My Brother's Keeper)
    • 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 Cataclysm
      • An event called The Cataclysm caused some sort of ecological disaster, allowing the technology to be developed several hundred years earlier than on Earth Prime.
    • 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)
  • Holidays
    • VK Day
      • Day of celebration commemorated victory over the Kromaggs, from one of Maggie's virtual reality scenarios on the VR world. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
  • Home Furnishing Products
    • Maggie Beckett Commemorative Plate
      • Product advertised on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, made of heavy duty Japanese porcelain. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
  • Hospitals
    • The Abbie Hoffman Memorial Clinic
      • Hospital on the pharmacotherapy world. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Chandler Federal Hospital
      • Maggie wakes up in virtual reality recovery at Chandler Federal Hospital, from one of Maggie's virtual reality scenarios on the VR world, because she's still not really awake. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • E-Val Center
      • Hospital where they take the "fractures” - people that snap after working themselves too hard. (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
    • Van Nuys Hospital
      • Hospital in Granada Hills where Quinn is taken after the plane crash on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation. "An HMO Care Facility from your friends at TRICOMM" (Season 4 episode Asylum)
      • Maggie and Rembrandt find who they initially think is Colin but turns out to be Colin's double at the Van Nuys Hospital on the Lipschitz Live world. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
  • 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)
    • Oakwood Sanitarium
      • Mental hospital on the world where creativity is outlawed, where Mallory and Diana get trapped during a riot, also referred to as Oakwood Neural Remapping Institute. "Think Alike" (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
  • 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)
    • The Brown-Mallory Arms
      • Joke Rembrandt makes about where he and Quinn have been living while Maggie's been living in virtual reality on the VR world. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • Rooms
      • Housing on the cove where the pirates hang out. (Season 5 episode Heavy Metal)
  • 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
    • Carl Sagan Institute
      • Scientific institute on the clone world where Quinn's counterpart works in the quantum lab. (Season 4 episode My Brother's Keeper)
    • 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
    • Saint Cataline
      • The sliders land on the island of Saint Cataline, on the edge of the northern sea, site of a sort of monastery called the Sanctuary, inhabited by a community of self-described keepers of peace and harmony that have been living simple lives since the collapse of the government known as the Hemispheric Alliance, in a world where a gang called the Volsangs are pretty much in charge. (Season 5 episode The Great Work)
  • Jewelry Stores
    • Atrobelies
      • Jewelry store on the living gems world. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
    • 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)
  • Laboratories
    • Fremont Labs
      • The new Quinn Mallory is part of the Combine project development at Geiger Applied Research. When he first meets the sliders, he asks them if they work for Geiger's competitors - Fremont Labs or Thermodyne Propulsion. (Season 5 episode The Unstuck Man)
    • Geiger Applied Research
      • The new Quinn Mallory is part of the Combine project development at Geiger Applied Research. When he first meets the sliders, he asks them if they work for Geiger's competitors - Fremont Labs or Thermodyne Propulsion. (Season 5 episode The Unstuck Man)
    • Thermodyne Propulsion
      • The new Quinn Mallory is part of the Combine project development at Geiger Applied Research. When he first meets the sliders, he asks them if they work for Geiger's competitors - Fremont Labs or Thermodyne Propulsion. (Season 5 episode The Unstuck Man)
    • Vanderburen-Brockhurst Laboratory Virtual Technology Research
      • The company behind all of the virtual reality on the VR world. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
  • 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)
    • The Creativity Curtailment Act
      • Law outlawing creativity. Sign on an abandoned art gallery: NOTICE - This facility has been found in violation of Federal Order #534B The Creativity Curtailment Act. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • 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)
    • Gephardt Act
      • Law outlawing caffeine. (Season 5 episode The Java Jive)
    • Prime Directive
      • Arnold Potts, a guest on the Lipschitz Live! TV show, mentions the Prime Direction from Star Trek: "You can't travel to other worlds and interfere with their culture!" (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • Prop 286
      • Law passed known as the Racial Repatriation Act that allows for the round-up of people with racial impurities. Governor Schick's way of preserving American jobs for American workers. (Season 4 episode California Reich)
    • 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)
    • RAFTA
      • Newspaper headline on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut: President Stevenson Signs Historic Pact with Space Aliens, referring to RAFTA, the Reticulan-American Free Trade Agreement. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Sliders Rule #11
      • Rembrandt Brown: Don't forget sliders rule number 11: Never rule out the obvious no matter how weird. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Thank You Law
      • Kyra's bribe: "We'll call it the Thank You law. When someone like you looks the other way and a nice person like me says "thank you" with money." (Season 3 episode Slither)
  • Legal Services
    • Chadway & Torkensen
      • Legal office in the background behind the sliders when they slide to the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
    • Drexel-BuHock
      • Law firm on the Texas world, with 1300 gunfighters on the payroll. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Max Von Bloom Attorney At Law
      • Legal service in the background on the world where creativity is outlawed. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • 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
    • Ambassador Hotel
      • Hotel where Maggie and the President of the United States take staged pictures to prove that they are having an affair, even though they are not. (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
    • Chancellor Hotel
      • The sliders stay at the Chancellor Hotel on the Egypt world. (Season 3 Slide Like an Egyptian)
      • The sliders stay at the Chancellor Hotel on the mandatory organ donor world, where Maggie - under the influence of a sexy symbiont - attacks Rembrandt, and he leaves the timer behind. (Season 3 episode The Breeder)
      • The sliders stay at the Royal Chancellor Hotel in L.A. on the televised justice world. (Season 3 episode Dead Man Sliding)
    • The Chandler Hotel
      • Hotel from multiple episodes.
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the Oracle world. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
      • The sliders are taken to the Chandler Hotel for house arrest after Maggie is interrogated by the Kromaggs. (Season 4 Common Ground)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel in the world after the VR world. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the DNA cryogenics world. (Season 4 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the pharmacotherapy world. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
      • The licensed facilitator on the pharmacotherapy world injects Maggie and Colin with Tranquol, a standard mood elevator. Disoriented, Maggie wanders in front of a bus headed for "1st & Main" in front of the Chandler Hotel. Later, a doctor gives her Troxoprine to neutralize all the drugs in her system. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the horror movie world, which is "haunted" by visitors from other worlds. One room in particular - 315 - is a thinly veiled Stephen King/Stanley Kubrick The Shining reference. (Season 4 episode The Alternateville Horror)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the racial purity world. (Season 4 episode California Reich)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, while Quinn recovers from the place crash at the Van Nuys Hospital in Granada Hills. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
      • Sign in the Chandler Hotel lobby on the Lipschitz Live world: "The Chandler Hotel welcomes Infinicorp and Millenia Media to the 1997 World Television Corporate Summit". There are no rooms available at the hotel due to the "corporate wedding". (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
      • The sliders hide out at the Chandler Hotel on the Ivory Towers world. (Season 4 episode Net Worth)
      • On the virtual hotel world, the Chandler Hotel is referred to the Chandler Resort and Spa, though the sign out front still says Chandler Hotel. (Season 4 episode Dataworld)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the clone world. (Season 4 episode My Brother's Keeper)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel in the city of Nuevo Los Angeles on the worked where Microsoft collapsed, leading to the U.S. being invaded by Mexico. (Season 4 episode Roads Taken)
      • Science fiction author Isaac Clark lies and tells the sliders that he's staying at the Chandler Hotel on his home world, the world that Quinn and Colin thought was their world, but turns out not to be. (Season 4 episode Revelations)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the Combine world. (Season 5 episode The Unstuck Man)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the world where Diana befriends her counterpart on the college campus. (Season 5 episode Applied Physics)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the tabloid world. (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
      • While staying at the Chandler Hotel, Rembrandt has visions of Wade. (Season 5 episode Requiem)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the world where creativity is outlawed. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the living gems world. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
      • The sliders stumble on University of Yukon paleontologist Jack Bigelow's archeological dig in the Badlands, exploring the ancient civilization of Los Angeles, including the Chandler Hotel and a Rembrandt Cryin' Man Brown museum, featuring a Don’t Make Me Cry gold record published by Onslaught Records and a concert poster for a performance on Friday and Saturday March 14 and 15. (Season 5 episode Dust)
      • The sliders arrive at a world that consist of only a few blocks of Los Angeles, including the Chandler Hotel. (Season 5 episode Eye of the Storm)
      • The sliders stay at the Chandler Hotel on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
    • City Center Motor Hotel
      • Hotel in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • The Palace Hotel
      • Hotel on the Wild West world. (Season 4 episode Way Out West)
    • 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
    • Dragon's Breath Inn
      • Hotel on the Druid world. (Season 3 episode Dragonslide)
  • 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-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)
    • Music Edge Press
      • On the vampire world, Music Edge Press music critic mentions in his review of the goth rock vampire band Stoker that: "Stoker gets the Alice Cooper Award for tryin'". A Stoker band member kills him for it. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • 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 Oracle/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 Oracle/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
    • Business Magazine
      • Magazine on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • 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
    • Domestic Bliss Made Easy
      • Reading material in Maggie and Colin's house in the suburbs when they are taken to Reorientation Compound Four on the pharmacotherapy world. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • 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)
  • 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)
  • Meat Alternatives
    • Artificial Ham
      • Food that Thomas Beecham serves Maggie on the slidecage world. According to Thomas, it tastes like artificial chicken. (Season 4 episode Slidecage)
    • Artificial Turkey
      • Food that Thomas Beecham serves Maggie on the slidecage world. According to Thomas, it tastes like artificial chicken. (Season 4 episode Slidecage)
    • Geomash
      • Food served by a vendor on the resource-strapped world where Quinn's counterpart Logan is female. (Season 3 episode Double Cross)
  • Medical Devices
    • Lipron
      • The cause of the disease on the zombie world was an over the counter bacteria product called Lipton that was engineered to attack fat. Along with the antidote, it was marketed and sold as a weight loss product. (Season 3 episode Sole Survivors)
  • Medicine
    • Decimide
      • In order to be able to capture Quinn and Rembrandt, licensed facilitator Damon is injected with a cartridge of Decimide, the fastest way to fight a sociopath on the pharmacotherapy world. They send him out to the alley near Gould, where they were last seen, attempting to score Troxoprine. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Ecstacide
      • Medication on the pharmacotherapy world with an ecstacy effect. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Euphoridine
      • Medication on the pharmacotherapy world with a euphoric effect. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Prairie Oyster
      • Hangover remedy on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Tranquol
      • The licensed facilitator on the pharmacotherapy world injects Maggie and Colin with Tranquol, a standard mood elevator. Disoriented, Maggie wanders in front of a bus headed for "1st & Main" in front of the Chandler Hotel. Later, a doctor gives her Troxoprine neutralize all the drugs in her system. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Troxoprine
      • Drug that neutralizes all the drugs in your system on the pharmacotherapy world.
      • The licensed facilitator on the pharmacotherapy world injects Maggie and Colin with Tranquol, a standard mood elevator. Disoriented, Maggie wanders in front of a bus headed for "1st & Main" in front of the Chandler Hotel. Later, a doctor gives her Troxoprine to neutralize all the drugs in her system. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
      • In order to be able to capture Quinn and Rembrandt, licensed facilitator Damon is injected with a cartridge of Decimide, the fastest way to fight a sociopath on the pharmacotherapy world. They send him out to the alley near Gould, where they were last seen, attempting to score Troxoprine. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
  • Menu Items
    • Armadillo Steak
      • Menu item at the Lamplighter Saloon on the Texas world. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • Beckett of Chicken
      • Menu item at the diner on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • 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)
    • Giraffe Sandwich
      • Maggie orders a giraffe sandwich and pork soda when dining at Dugald's on the world before the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
    • Maggie-roni and Cheese
      • Menu item at the diner on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Sea Urchin Tacos
      • Menu item at the perfectly horrible little Japanese/Mexican deli called Miguel-San on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • Semper Fries
      • Menu item at the diner on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Super Carnivore Burger
      • Menu item at the Lost in the 50s Drive-In on the Lawyer world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
    • Tempura with Green Salsa
      • Menu item at the perfectly horrible little Japanese/Mexican deli called Miguel-San on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • To Boldly Go Slaw
      • Menu item at the diner on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Tokyo Roll
      • Menu item with crab, avocado and cucumber in a flour tortilla at the perfectly horrible little Japanese/Mexican deli called Miguel-San on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • 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
    • Java Jive
      • Menu item at the Hippo Club, the speakeasy where Rembrandt sings and Maggie serves drinks on the world where caffeine has been outlawed. (Season 5 episode The Java Jive)
    • Pork Soda
      • Maggie orders a giraffe sandwich and pork soda when dining at Dugald's on the world before the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • DI-1029 Form
      • Medical dispensary tracking form on the pharmacotherapy world that the doctor requests the police to submit for the cartridge of Decimide used to inject Damon to track down Quinn and Rembrandt. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
  • Movie Theaters
    • Palace
      • The movie theater The Palace on the mandatory organ donor world is playing Back to the Future 4. (Season 3 episode The Breeder)
    • Revival House
      • The Revival House movie theater is playing an alternate world version of The Man Who Would Be King, this one starring Clark Gable and Humphrey Bogart. In our world, director John Huston originally planned to make the film since the 1950s, originally with Clark Gable and Humphrey Bogart in the roles of Daniel and Peachy. He was unable to get the project off the ground before Bogart died in 1957. He eventually made the movie with Sean Connery and Michael Caine. (Season 4 episode World Killer)
  • Movies
    • The Man Who Shot Kaleeth-Tar
      • Movie Kolitar mentions when Quinn and Rembrandt attempt to trick him when they're in jail on the Wild West world. (Season 4 episode Way Out West)
  • Movies-Documentary
    • The World in Six Days
      • The religious group known as the Assembly of the Oracle World has a theme park called Oracle World, featuring an IMAX movie called The World in Six Days and a ride called The Dark Age Dungeon Ride, with new music this year by John Tesh. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Back To The Future 4
      • The movie theater The Palace on the mandatory organ donor world is playing Back to the Future 4. (Season 3 episode The Breeder)
    • The Man Who Would Be King
      • The Revival House movie theater is playing an alternate world version of The Man Who Would Be King, this one starring Clark Gable and Humphrey Bogart. In our world, director John Huston originally planned to make the film since the 1950s, originally with Clark Gable and Humphrey Bogart in the roles of Daniel and Peachy. He was unable to get the project off the ground before Bogart died in 1957. He eventually made the movie with Sean Connery and Michael Caine. (Season 4 episode World Killer)
    • Return of Goodfellas
      • Movie playing on the Disney Channel at the Dominion Hotel on the mob world. (Season 2 episode Greatfellas)
  • Movies-Porn
    • Pizza Man
      • Colin watches porn for the first time on the Spice Channel at the Chandler Hotel on the horror world. "It'll take 30 minutes or its free" (Season 4 episode The Alternateville Horror)
  • 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)
    • Los Angeles County Historical and Art Museum
      • Headquarters of the goth rock vampire band Stoker on the vampire world. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • Maggie Beckett Museum and Birthplace
      • Museum on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
  • Music Stores
    • Scott's Music
      • Ad on the back of the newspaper containing the music critic review that the lead singer of the goth rock vampire band's lead singer reads on the vampire world.
  • Musicians
    • The American Underground (band)
      • Fictional band that Rembrand mentions when being interrogated about the Imperialist American Underground ion the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • Angie Morgan & the Sweet Thunder Revue
      • Musical act at the Hippo Club, the speakeasy where Rembrandt sings and Maggie serves drinks on the world where caffeine has been outlawed. (Season 5 episode The Java Jive)
    • 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)
    • The Bloody Pumpkins
      • Previous incarnation of the vampire musicians currently known as Stoker on the vampire world. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • Brownettes
      • Joke Rembrandt makes when captured by the Kromaggs about his backup singers. (Season 4 episode Slidecage)
    • The Goodtones
      • Previous 1957 incarnation of the vampire musicians currently known as Stoker on the vampire world. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • 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)
    • Quinn "Howling Man" Mallory
      • Quinn's counterpart on the horror world is a British musician. (Season 4 episode The Alternateville Horror)
    • Rembrandt and the Shandelles
      • Featuring a backup singer named Violet. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • Rembrandt Brown
      • Musician known as Crying Man because he cried on stage. Also known as Remmy. (Pilot episode)
    • The Rolling Who
      • Maggie mentions a rock band from her world, The Rolling Who, a combination of The Who and the Rolling Stones, that performed a rock opera called Angie, actually a Rolling Stones song in reality. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • The Spinning Topps
      • Pop group that featured lead singer Rembrandt Brown until their breakup in the late 1970s. (Pilot episode)
    • 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)
    • Stoker
      • Goth rock vampire band on the vampire world named after the author of Dracula in a world where vampires exist but Dracula is not a famous fictional vampire. (Season 3 episode Stoker)
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • The Valley of the Chapare
      • The sliders need to get their hands on some living gems known as The Living Gems of Chapare to fix their timer, gems that were discovered only a few years ago in the jungles of Bolivia in an isolated valley in the rain shadow of the Andes called The Valley of the Chapare. Some people feel like they have magical qualities. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
  • Neighborhoods
    • The Flats
      • Neighborhood down on the ground on the Christmas shopping world.
    • Reorientation Compound Four
      • On the pharmacotherapy world, Quinn and Rembrandt track Maggie and Colin to Reorientation Compound Four, which the computer says is located on Elm Street, though when they get there, the street sign reads Elm Avenue. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • 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)
    • The Daily Chronicle
      • Newspaper headline from the Game world: "It's a good day to die!" (Season 3 episode Rules of the Game)
    • Daily Herald
      • Newspaper headline on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut: President Stevenson Signs Historic Pact with Space Aliens, referring to RAFTA, the Reticulan-American Free Trade Agreement. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Data Universal Daily News
      • Newspaper on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • The Dispatch
      • Newspaper on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • The Hawks Report
      • Bobby Hawks' newspaper on the tabloid world that prints the truth. Headlines: Heavy Fighting Continues in Switzerland, President Expected to Address L.A. road - But Not Issues "The truth America doesn't want to know" (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
    • Los Angeles Chronicle
      • Fictional newspaper from multiple episodes.
      • Newspaper headline on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation: MAGG COLLABORATOR BELIEVED IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (Season 4 episode Asylum)
      • Newspaper headline: Governor Schick Will Triumph. (Season 4 episode California Reich)
    • Los Angeles Herald
      • Newspaper headlines: Does the President Have a Girlfriend?, Strange Visitors From Another World (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
    • New Alexandria Times
      • Newspaper on the Egypt world: "PHAROAH SEALED IN PYRAMID TOMORROW” (Season 3 Slide Like an Egyptian)
    • 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)
    • San Fransciso Chronicle
      • Episode Post Traumatic Slide Syndrome.
    • The Times
      • Newspaper in the Park's fake London: Ripper Strikes in White Hall!” (Season 3 episode Murder Most Foul)
  • Outer Space
    • Purgatory
      • The sliders find themselves on an asteroid named Purgatory, fending off a Kromagg attack. (Season 5 episode Strangers and Comrades)
    • 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)
  • Parks
    • Maggie Beckett Municipal Park
      • On the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, Oak Park in Fresno, California was renamed to Maggie Beckett Municipal Park. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Oak Park
      • On the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, Oak Park in Fresno, California was renamed to Maggie Beckett Municipal Park. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
  • 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)
    • St. James and John's DeMolay Halloween Dance
      • Childhood dance that Rembrandt mentions when the sliders are discussing their lost loves. (Season 4 episode Net Worth)
  • Personal Care Products
    • Maggie Beckett Silk-touch Leg Razor
      • Product advertised on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Sodium Fluoride
      • Generic toothpaste stolen that the oil company worker's widow steals in from of Wade. (Season 3 episode The Fire Within)
  • 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)
  • Planets
    • Earth 113
      • World conquered by the Kromaggs. According the Kromaggs, "The human has the key to our ultimate victory. The tracking device planted in him during his captivity on Earth 113 will lead us to our home world. Quinn Mallory will bring about the destruction of his own species." (Season 4 Common Ground)
    • Earth 147
      • The sliders find themselves on Earth 147, a Kromagg proving ground, and training arena for new tactics and weapons. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • Earth Prime
      • Quinn's original Earth, or so he thought. He eventually learns that he was brought there by his real parents when he was young.
    • Kromagg Prime
      • World that Maggie mentions - location of the origin of the first war between humans and Kromaggs. Quinn's original world. The humans' secret weapon defeated the Kormaggs. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • Outpost Earth 113
      • A barren world where advanced life has never taken hold. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
  • Police Departments
    • CC Police
      • Police force in the Corporate States on the world where creativity has been outlawed. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • D Squad
      • Militia on the mandatory organ donor world that rounds up 18-25 year olds that are organ donors. (Season 3 episode The Breeder)
    • 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)
    • RP
      • Racial Police on the racial purity world. (Season 4 episode California Reich)
  • Political Parties
    • Radical Rationalists
      • No description available
    • The Stompers
      • No description available
  • 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.
    • 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)
    • Re-Education Center
      • Where Quinn and Maggie go looking for Wade and Rembrandt on Earth Prime, now ruled by the Kromaggs. They find Rembrandt. Wade has been shipped off to another Earth. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
      • Maggie refers to it as the Kromagg Hilton, talking about Rembrandt's previous imprisonment. (Season 4 Common Ground)
    • Repatriation Center
      • Housing where migrants and people with racial impurities - and Rembrandt - are taken on the racial purity world. Referred to as the Condos. (Season 4 episode California Reich)
    • 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)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • Psychic Services
    • Adra's Place
      • Blind seer on the toxic fog world. (Season 3 episode The Other Slide of Darkness)
    • The Oracle
      • The sliders encounter a religious group called the Assembly of the Oracle, centered around a seer that believes life here is just to prepare you for life on the next world. The faithful will be gathered up on the Day of Accounting. In the meantime though, they incinerate people while claiming to send them to the next world. Also known as "Followers of the way". (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
  • 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
    • Chanish
      • Chili filled danish that will get your heart pumping in the morning. Snack from Trevor Blue's hacker's cookbook. Every recipe can be made without the butt leaving the chair. It's the perfect survival food. It's got the shelf life of a mop handle. It'll out-survive the cockroach. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
    • Cheezenukes
      • Snack from Trevor Blue's hacker's cookbook. Every recipe can be made without the butt leaving the chair. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
    • Mornin' After Moose Juice
      • Rembrandt makes The Cryin' Man's patented Mornin' After Moose Juice, his hangover cure "guaranteed to clear your sinuses, strip furniture, kill a hangover - VR or otherwise. Drink up." (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
  • 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)
    • Onslaught Records
      • The sliders stumble on University of Yukon paleontologist Jack Bigelow's archeological dig in the Badlands, exploring the ancient civilization of Los Angeles, including the Chandler Hotel and a Rembrandt Cryin' Man Brown museum, featuring a Don’t Make Me Cry gold record published by Onslaught Records and a concert poster for a performance on Friday and Saturday March 14 and 15. (Season 5 episode Dust)
  • 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)
    • Chez Filles
      • Restaurant visible in the background on the Oracle world. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • Data Universal Eats
      • Joke Rembrandt makes about a restaurant on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Dugald's
      • Restaurant from multiple episodes.
      • Maggie orders a giraffe sandwich and pork soda when dining at Dugald's on the world before the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
      • Restaurant that Mallory passes on his way to the office of the Hawks Report. (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
    • Faye's Restaurant
      • Restaurant that the sliders visit in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • Krislov's Excellent Fare
      • After being shot with a laser beam by General Krislov's totalitarian Bureau of Internal Reconstruction troops, the sliders take Mallory to a doctor on the Believers world that turns out to be Krislov's counterpart, Dr. Krislov. On the next world after that, Krislov owns a restaurant called Krislov's Excellent Fare. (Season 5 episode New Gods for Old)
    • Miguel-San
      • Perfectly horrible little Japanese/Mexican deli on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation that serves Sea urchin tacos, Tempura with green salsa and an impossible little thing called a Tokyo Roll with crab, avocado and cucumber in a flour tortilla. "Where ranchero cooking meets the Pacific Rim" (Season 4 episode Asylum)
  • Saloons
    • Lamplighter Saloon
      • Saloon on the Texas world that the sliders visit. (Season 2 episode The Good, The Bad and The Wealthy)
    • 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 Oracle/Seer world. (Season 2 episode Obsession)
  • Services-Other
    • Universal Information Services
      • Information service on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
  • 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)
  • Social Clubs
    • 4S Club
      • Vernon Peckinpah is the president of the 4S Club (Seer's Students for Sliders Society) at El Segundo University on Elm Street on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer).
    • Santa Cruz Bazooka Club
      • News 8 TV news reports on California President Charleton Heston's speech to Santa Cruz Bazooka Club on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, where he goes out on a limb politically, declaring that citizens do not have to carry firearms if they do not want to. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
  • 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)
  • Special Events
    • The Day of Accounting
      • The sliders encounter a religious group called the Assembly of the Oracle, centered around a seer that believes life here is just to prepare you for life on the next world. The faithful will be gathered up on the Day of Accounting. In the meantime though, they incinerate people while claiming to send them to the next world. Also known as "Followers of the way". (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • The Gathering
      • The religious group known as the Assembly of the Oracle holds an event called the Gathering at the Chancellor Center in Los Angeles. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
  • 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-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)
  • Stores-Other
    • Purdy's Art Store
      • Store in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Trimmings
      • Store on the pulsar world. (Season 3 episode The Exodus Part 1)
  • Substances
    • Nobelium
      • Highly radioactive material. (Season 4 episode The Dying Fields)
  • 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)
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • Selvatech
      • Quinn and Rembrandt hitch an Interand charter airplane ride in Columbia headed for Delgado / Delgado Field with Kyra, a woman that works for a company called Selvatech, bringing them a mated pair of endangered snakes that hold the key to saving millions of lives called triadders - which she describes as, "kind of like pythons but more rare". When a snake gets loose, the plane crashes somewhere north of Zamara. They make their way to the nearest town of Santa Marta. (Season 3 episode Slither)
    • 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)
  • Theater Productions
    • Angie
      • Maggie mentions a rock band from her world, The Rolling Who, a combination of The Who and the Rolling Stones, that performed a rock opera called Angie, actually a Rolling Stones song in reality. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
  • 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)
    • Elm Avenue
      • On the pharmacotherapy world, Quinn and Rembrandt track Maggie and Colin to Reorientation Compound Four, which the computer says is located on Elm Street, though when they get there, the street sign reads Elm Avenue. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • 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)
  • Thoroughfares-Drives
    • Beckett Avenue
      • On the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, the street Oak Park Drive in Fresno, California was renamed to Beckett Avenue. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • Camden Drive
      • Address of Rembrandt's old house in San Francisco. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Glen Ellen Drive
      • On the DNA cryogenics world, Susanna's counterpart tricks Colin into stealing a frozen corpse from the Clarence Birdseye cryogenic storage facility on Alvarado, and then takes him to her mother's house on Glen Ellen Drive, where he steals Susanna's cell phone and calls Quinn at the Chandler Hotel. (Season 4 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
    • Oak Park Drive
      • On the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut, the street Oak Park Drive in Fresno, California was renamed to Beckett Avenue. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
  • Thoroughfares-Lanes
    • 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
    • 1st
      • The licensed facilitator on the pharmacotherapy world injects Maggie and Colin with Tranquol, a standard mood elevator. Disoriented, Maggie wanders in front of a bus headed for "1st & Main" in front of the Chandler Hotel. Later, a doctor gives her Troxoprine to neutralize all the drugs in her system. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Alvarado
      • On the DNA cryogenics world, Susanna's counterpart tricks Colin into stealing a frozen corpse from the Clarence Birdseye cryogenic storage facility on Alvarado, and then takes him to her mother's house on Glen Ellen Drive, where he steals Susanna's cell phone and calls Quinn at the Chandler Hotel. (Season 4 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
    • 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)
    • Bucketwheel
      • Street where the sliders arrive - intersection of Millsbank and Bucketwheel. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • 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)
    • El Segundo
      • The Chandler Hotel is located at the corner of Spring street and El Segundo on the DNA cryogenics world. (Season 4 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
    • 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)
    • Gould
      • In order to be able to capture Quinn and Rembrandt, licensed facilitator Damon is injected with a cartridge of Decimide, the fastest way to fight a sociopath on the pharmacotherapy world. They send him out to the alley near Gould, where they were last seen, attempting to score Troxoprine. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • Juarez
      • Street name in San Francisco, Republica de Nueva Espana. (Season 2 episode As Time Goes By)
    • Lennin Way
      • Road on the communist world. (Pilot episode)
    • Millsbank
      • Street where the sliders arrive - intersection of Millsbank and Bucketwheel. (Season 2 episode Love Gods)
    • 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)
    • Richard Nixon Freeway
      • TV host Barry Lipschitz of Lipschitz Live! mentions the Richard Nixon Freeway in Yorba Linda. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • 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-Streets
    • Bell Street
      • Quinn and Arturo rent a loft on Bell Street in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Elm Street
      • Street from multiple episodes.
      • Vernon Peckinpah is the president of the 4S Club (Seer's Students for Sliders Society) at El Segundo University on Elm Street on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer).
      • On the pharmacotherapy world, Quinn and Rembrandt track Maggie and Colin to Reorientation Compound Four, which the computer says is located on Elm Street, though when they get there, the street sign reads Elm Avenue. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • 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)
    • Main
      • The licensed facilitator on the pharmacotherapy world injects Maggie and Colin with Tranquol, a standard mood elevator. Disoriented, Maggie wanders in front of a bus headed for "1st & Main" in front of the Chandler Hotel. Later, a doctor gives her Troxoprine to neutralize all the drugs in her system. (Season 4 episode Just Say Yes)
    • 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)
    • Spring Street
      • The Chandler Hotel is located at the corner of Spring street and El Segundo on the DNA cryogenics world. (Season 4 episode Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
    • 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)
    • 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)
  • 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)
    • 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)
    • 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)
    • 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)
  • 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)
  • Trailer Parks
    • Cajero Mobile Home Park and Campground
      • Trailer park where Maggie's counterpart lives in Pacoima on the tabloid world. (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
  • Travel Agencies
    • Columbus Ventures Ltd.
      • Travel agency in the town of Paradise on the giant worm world. (Season 3 episode Paradise Lost)
    • Data Universal Travel
      • Travel agency on the Data Universal World, a world ruled by an automated credit agency. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
    • Globe Travel Agency
      • Travel agency in the background on the living gems world. (Season 5 episode To Catch a Slider)
  • Travel Ports
    • Agua Dulce Airport
      • Government agents plan to depart with Rembrandt's new doctor friend from an airstrip called the Agua Dulce airport on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • Delgado Field
      • Quinn and Rembrandt hitch an Interand charter airplane ride in Columbia headed for Delgado / Delgado Field with Kyra, a woman that works for a company called Selvatech, bringing them a mated pair of endangered snakes that hold the key to saving millions of lives called triadders - which she describes as, "kind of like pythons but more rare". When a snake gets loose, the plane crashes somewhere north of Zamara. They make their way to the nearest town of Santa Marta. (Season 3 episode Slither)
  • 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)
    • 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)
    • Sliders
      • TV show about the sliders adventures on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. One episode that features the professor is called "Arturo's Return". (Season 5 episode The Seer)
    • Space Journey
      • Science fiction TV show on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer)
    • Touched By a Ranger
      • TV show starring Chuck Norris - cross between Walker Texas Ranger and Touched by an Angel - on science fiction writer Isaac Clark's boring world. (Season 4 episode Revelations)
  • 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)
  • TV Shows-News
    • 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)
    • FTG 8
      • News team at the President's press conference. (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
    • 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)
    • KGAB 5
      • Local news crew follows Wade to the other sliders for their next slide on the truth collar world. (Season 2 episode In Dino Veritas)
    • KSFG-TV Action News
      • TV crew that covers the end of the world on the Combine world. (Season 5 episode The Unstuck Man)
    • News 20
      • There's a big rally for Governor Schick covered by News 20 at City Square on the racial purity world. "America for Americans" (Season 4 episode California Reich)
    • News 4
      • Local TV crew on the clone world. (Season 4 episode My Brother's Keeper)
    • SBN News
      • TV news team at press conference. (Season 5 episode A Thousand Deaths)
    • SFN Channel 43 News
      • 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)
    • TGC
      • TV news team at press conference. (Season 5 episode A Thousand Deaths)
  • TV Shows-Reality TV
    • America's Funniest Fatalities
      • Joke Rembrandt makes about all the people with cameras that appear when Colin's counterpart gets hit by a car on the Lipschitz Live world: They're tryin' to get that $10,000 for America's Funniest Fatalities. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • The Kromagg Show
      • Thomas Beecham lives in the walls on the slidecage world, watching security monitors. He refers to them as the Kromagg Show, says he's seen every season, even has his favorite characters. (Season 4 episode Slidecage)
  • 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-Specials
    • Lipschitz: Too Hot For TV
      • Lipschitz Live! TV special. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
  • TV Shows-Talk Shows
    • Lipschitz Live!
      • The most popular TV show on the planet is brought to you by Body Slam malt liquor. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • 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
    • KKRP
      • Network that airs the Lipschitz Live! TV show. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • 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)
    • GNN
      • TV news that reports on the president's affair with Maggie. (Season 5 episode A Current Affair)
    • INM
      • According to Hal the bartender at the Chandler Hotel bar, TV host Barry Lipschitz got his name as a reporter for INM during the war with Guam. After the war, INM merged with TBC. Global bought TBC, and then they merged with UniMax, which got pulled into the Turnbull Group. And that whole thing got sealed up by General Comco. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
    • News 8
      • News 8 TV news reports on California President Charleton Heston's speech to Santa Cruz Bazooka Club on the world where California seceded from the union to become an independent nation, where he goes out on a limb politically, declaring that citizens do not have to carry firearms if they do not want to. (Season 4 episode Asylum)
    • TBC
      • According to Hal the bartender at the Chandler Hotel bar, TV host Barry Lipschitz got his name as a reporter for INM during the war with Guam. After the war, INM merged with TBC. Global bought TBC, and then they merged with UniMax, which got pulled into the Turnbull Group. And that whole thing got sealed up by General Comco. (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
  • 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)
  • TV Stations-Theme
    • Spice Channel
      • Porn channel at the Chandler Hotel that Rembrandt turns Colin onto at the Chandler Hotel. (Season 4 episode The Alternateville Horror)
  • 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)
    • El Segundo University
      • Vernon Peckinpah is the president of the 4S Club (Seer's Students for Sliders Society) at El Segundo University on Elm Street on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer).
    • 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 Rental
    • Golden Bay Rapid Transit
      • Free car rental service on the Lottery world. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
  • Vehicles-Space
    • Manta
      • Kromagg spaceship. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
      • A manta chases the sliders through the streets. (Season 4 episode Genesis)
      • First appearance. (Season 2 episode Invasion)
      • The military captain on Purgatory mentions that a Kromagg Manta ship crashed on Purgatory a month ago. (Season 5 episode Strangers and Comrades)
      • After entering a vortex looking for Wade, the sliders encounter a Kromagg Manta ship. (Season 5 episode Requiem)
  • 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)
  • Videos
    • August Diary
      • Quinn's video diary on VHS. (Pilot episode)
    • Diary July
      • Quinn's video diary on VHS. (Pilot episode)
    • September Diary
      • Quinn's video diary on VHS. (Pilot episode)
  • Water
    • Northern Sea
      • The sliders land on the island of Saint Cataline, on the edge of the northern sea, site of a sort of monastery called the Sanctuary, inhabited by a community of self-described keepers of peace and harmony that have been living simple lives since the collapse of the government known as the Hemispheric Alliance, in a world where a gang called the Volsangs are pretty much in charge. (Season 5 episode The Great Work)
    • 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
    • Voraton KR-17
      • Michael Mallory's anti-Kromagg device that the sliders find on the Purgatory asteroid. (Season 5 episode Strangers and Comrades)
  • Youth Camps
    • Stephen King Memorial Summer Camp
      • Joke Quinn makes: Looks like the Stephen King Memorial Summer Camp. (Season 5 episode Strangers and Comrades)
  • 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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