|“Dead Man Sliding”|
|Episode no.|| Season 3|
|Written by||Nan Hagan|
|Directed by||Richard Compton|
|Guest stars||Lisa Rieffel (Deanne Bloch)
Fredric Lehne (Phil) Lawrence-Hilton Jacobs (The People's Proponent) Robert DiTillio (Emcee) Brett Miller (Prison Guard) Donny Most (Skip Collins) Perrey Reeves (Taryn Miller) Ed Wasser (Studio Guard)
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The sliders arrive on a world where the legal system has been reformed as live game shows, with the viewing public able to decide who is guilty and innocent. Quinn is mistaken for his criminal double and brought to trial on The Judgement Game.Wade reads a tabloid which mentions Arnold Stang, Jill Whelan and Linwood Boomer, whom Quinn remembers as "the blind guy on Little House (on the Prairie)". Quinn also remarks, "...but he was never anything of a star. At least not on our world". Jerry O'Connell was born in New York City, NY. His double in this episode has a pronounced New York accent.