Sliders 5 Seasons 2000

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Season 5
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17. Eye Of The Storm TV-NR CC

An energy barrier threatens to consume everything in its path as the sliders rush to prevent Mallory (Robert Floyd) from being transformed into their nemesis, Dr. Geiger (guest star Peter Jurasik).

Starring:
Jay Acovone, Peter Jurasik
Runtime:
45 minutes
Original air date:
January 28, 2000

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Season 5
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    1. The Unstuck Man When Colin and Quinn disappear during a slide, Maggie and Rembrandt (Kari Wuhrer, Cleavant Derricks) meet a new Mallory (Robert Floyd) who holds the key to what happened to the two brothers.

    TV-NR 45min June 11, 1999
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    2. Applied Physics The sliders land on a college campus where Diana's (Tembi Locke) alternate appears, a distressed version of herself; Mallory (Robert Floyd) experiences violent flashbacks from Quinn's life.

    TV-NR 45min June 18, 1999
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    3. Strangers And Comrades After landing in a world which looks like Purgatory, the sliders find a war raging between earthlings and Kromaggs and are recruited against their will to fight.

    TV-NR 45min June 25, 1999
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    4. The Great Work The weary sliders are nursed back to health in a monastery run by a group of people who are recording civilization's achievements to help future generations.

    TV-NR 45min July 9, 1999
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    5. New Gods For Old After landing in a totalitarian world, Mallory (Robert Floyd) is paralyzed by a laser beam hit but later joins a commune of healers who alter him with a glittering liquid.

    TV-NR 45min July 16, 1999
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    6. Please Press One Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) is kidnapped and deposited in a processing center while trying to get food from a vending machine owned by a company that dominates the world.

    TV-NR 45min July 23, 1999
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    7. A Current Affair The Sliders arrive at the conclusion of a political rally and Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) becomes involved in a wild scandal involving the president (guest star Eric Pierpoint) of the United States.

    TV-NR 45min July 30, 1999
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    8. The Java Jive The sliders land in a world very reminiscent of the Roaring '20s and confront Rembrandt's evil double, who deals in bootleg coffee.

    TV-NR 45min August 6, 1999
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    9. The Return Of Maggie Beckett After landing in Maggie's (Kari Wuhrer) hometown, the sliders discover that her double was a decorated astronaut, presumed dead from a mission to Mars.

    TV-NR 45min August 13, 1999
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    10. Easy Slider The sliders land in a world where internal combustion engines are outlawed; Mallory (Robert Floyd) falls for an employee (guest star Lisa Akey) of a major gas company and leader of an outlaw biker gang.

    TV-NR 45min August 20, 1999
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    11. Requiem Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) has hallucinations about Wade (guest star Sabrina Lloyd) and eventually enters a vortex that leads the sliders to a Kromagg military complex where she is being held.

    TV-NR 45min September 10, 1999
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    12. Map Of The Mind The sliders land behind the gates of what appears to be a mental institution and later discover that it is a neural re-mapping center, where individualism is discouraged.

    TV-NR 45min September 17, 1999
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    13. A Thousand Deaths Fast-food workers in clown costumes chase the sliders to a resort where Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) is traumatized by a sadistic, virtual reality Civil War game.

    TV-NR 45min September 24, 1999
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    14. Heavy Metal After being dumped in the middle of the Pacific ocean, the sliders are rescued by a merchant ship populated by a band of pirates.

    TV-NR 45min October 1, 1999
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    15. To Catch A Slider The sliders must pull off the heist of a precious gem that they need to fix their malfunctioning timer.

    TV-NR 45min January 14, 2000
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    16. Dust The sliders discover Los Angeles under a desert and Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) is worshipped as an ancient deity.

    TV-NR 45min January 21, 2000
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    17. Eye Of The Storm An energy barrier threatens to consume everything in its path as the sliders rush to prevent Mallory (Robert Floyd) from being transformed into their nemesis, Dr. Geiger (guest star Peter Jurasik).

    TV-NR 45min January 28, 2000
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    18. The Seer The mysterious final slide begins as the group's travels through many parallel worlds comes to a dramatic end.

    TV-NR 45min February 4, 2000

Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Fantasy, Adventure
Director David E. Peckinpah
Starring Jay Acovone, Peter Jurasik
Supporting actors Robert Floyd, Tembi Locke, Jay Acovone, Peter Jurasik, Elizabeth Rossa, Bill Blair, Jerry O'Connell
Season year 2000
Network NBCUniversal
Executive Producer Chris Black
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Customer Reviews

Not the same as Seasons 1-4 but watchable.
LMSEsp
Of course, when you're watching the last season of a series when there's only one character left from the original beginning, that should tell you something in itself.
B. White
I really enjoy this series and have always wanted the DVD's.
susan puryear

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Mr. M. Littledyke on November 9, 2011
Format: DVD
It's about time Sliders season 5 got released as it has been a long time since season 4 came out. Yes like reviews before mine i agree it wasn't the best season and only 1 original cast member remaind but it was an enjoyable season and a shame it had to finish when it did but with the return of Maggie & Rembramt and the arrival of 3 new characters we saw the series go out with a bang. Could they have resolved the abrubt cliffhanger had the series continued probably yes but the show had ran it's course by the end with the departure of Jerry O'Connell who was the heart and soul of the show the year before I think it had to have ended when it did and the only original cast member Cleavant Derricks Character maybe dieing i think it would not have been the same. But all in all not the best of seasons but a good one it definately is worth a look.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Jay Jay on December 8, 2011
Format: DVD
Like most who posted before me, let me start by saying. This season was far from being the best season. I personally liked Season 3 and most of Season 4. But having the first 4 seasons I have to get Season 5 just to complete the collection for the most part. Its been so long since Ive seen Season 5 so it'll be good to watch it again. I loved Kari Wurher and her character Maggie Beckett. Was upset like most fans when I learned Jerry O'Connell and his brother wouldn't be returning. I loved the way the writers left the season on a cliffhanger. I was hoping for a season 6 and possibly the return of Jerry O'Connell at least. lol Like I said in my title. FINALLY Season 5 on DVD.
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24 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Progvsmetal on October 23, 2011
Format: DVD
Am elated this is finally coming out. Yes, the last season was not exactly the greatest...or even that good...haha...but even so, there was some merit to it at times(briefly) and deserves some kudos. Besides, by not releasing it has left the series hanging, much like the last episode.

I will be getting it "just because" as a completionist and a fan of the "once was" :)
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Todd McLean on November 8, 2011
Format: DVD
Dear Universal and All The Fine Folks At Home,

I realize this comment comes too little, too late. Still, Rembrandt Brown was essentially the Heart and Soul of Sliders for five seasons. For some odd reason, the Art Department put the bed headed, discount composite Quinn in the middle fore ground. While I mean no disrespect to Robert Floyd, Cleavant Derricks deserved to be front and center on this final season box set. Sure, its not the best season of Sliders, but Mister Derricks and his character "The Crying Man" deserve better. Rembrandt Brown's character grew considerably over the five seasons of Sliders, and basically should be rewarded in kind.... at least in my opinion.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A. Hoag on March 5, 2012
Format: DVD
OK, so like many who may read this, I too am a huge fan of the series Sliders.

Me and my mother began watching the series on Netflix where they conveniently had all 5 seasons. Season one was great, a new show we thought we could get into. Season 2, just as good if not better than 1. Season 3, horrible writing but still watchable. Season 4, A great season all around and possibly the best writing. Then Season 5.... Oh gosh. Well what good can I say? Nothing.

I mean after watching 4 I thought "OK, here comes the big finale! A final stand against the Gormags? Finding and saving Wade? Re uniting with Quinn and Collins real parents? No. Instead we are introduced to Quinns replacement, Collin is merely "Unstuck" in space and time to be forgotten about. And the in the end the Only original slider is Rembrandt. Which don't get me wrong Rembrandt is one of my favorite characters its just why? What happened to the engrossing story that kept you on the edge of your seat? All thrown away by horrible writers at the SCI-FI network. I mean this was one of my favorite shows that I had to watch get butchered right in front of my eyes. The love between Quinn and Bennet might as well have never happened in season 4 if 5 was right around the corner. Collin? Yeah another thing that was forgotten in 5.

Seriously, What a sad day in TV history. What should have ended in a movie, ended up being killed in a season that is best left forgotten.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Cinnamon on June 15, 2011
The last time I saw Sliders on t v has been a long time ago (on what is now SyFy).
While I like the first four seasons, I really hated the fifth season but I watched all the eps. I could never warm up to the two newcomers. Their acting did not grab me.

Worse yet, I could never find out why Jerry O'Connell and his brother left. Another whopper was the male actor who came in was also named Quinn Mallory and I found it disgusting. I was a lot younger then. AND! Recently, after all the years, I read Sabrina Lloyd's bio on IDMb and learned why she was "out" of the show. What a crock. I did resent Kari W. at that time because I felt she pushed out Sabrina and did push out the Professor's character though it was not her fault. The suits wanted change. I am not person who needs to see wild sex and all the characters having a romance---it detracts from the real plots!

In fact, for my part, Cleavant Derricks kept season 5 going. It was almost like he told the actors come on let's go. We have to get ep shot.

Cinnamon, S.C.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. A. Kluth on October 5, 2009
I really loved this show but some of the changes that occur were too much, even for me. I was able to get used to them but I am still peeved about it. The ending wasn't good either. Left it as a cliffhanger and never continued it on. Still I loved this show despite that.
*Estarr*
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