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Sliders: The Good, the Bad and The Wealthy

The Sliders arrive on a world where Texas has acquired all the land west of the Mississippi and the lawyers abide by the gunslinger's code of the Old West. Quinn gets mixed up in a gun fight, and earns a reputation for the fastest draw in San Francisco.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 2x4
Production Number: K0805
Airdate: Friday March 22nd, 1996

Alternate Airdates:

Ireland Dec 17, 1997
France Dec 17, 1997
United Kingdom Dec 17, 1997
NL (Sci-Fi) Jul 29, 2009

Guest Stars
Karen WitterKaren Witter
As Priscilla Hardaway
James DentonJames Denton
As Jack Bullock
Kent FaulconKent Faulcon
As Billy Ray Bledsoe
Keegan MacIntoshKeegan MacIntosh
As Jamie Hardaway

Co-Guest Stars
Peter LaCroixPeter LaCroix
As Sheriff
Lochlyn MunroLochlyn Munro
As Billy the Kid
Stephen FanningStephen Fanning
As Cliff Sutter
Greg ThirlowayGreg Thirloway
As Hank Arnette
Barry W. LevyBarry W. Levy
As Jed Dalton
Adrian G. GriffithsAdrian G. Griffiths
As Deputy Joe Bob
Bart AndersonBart Anderson
As Lonnie Skayler
Roger BarnesRoger Barnes
As Exchange Official
Jackson ColeJackson Cole
As Poker Player
April TelekApril Telek
As Honey Sue
Dean HincheyDean Hinchey
As Crooner
Main Cast
Jerry OJerry O'Connell
As Quinn Mallory
Cleavant DerricksCleavant Derricks
As Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown
Sabrina LloydSabrina Lloyd
As Wade Welles
John Rhys-DaviesJohn Rhys-Davies
As Professor Maximillian Arturo
Episode Notes
Initially, the idea behind the character of Billy the Kid was that he is a double of Microsoft C.E.O. Bill Gates. In fact there was consideration of even getting Gates to play himself before considering casting a look-alike, but the idea never fully made it to screen. However, a FOX press release lists the character as Billy "The Kid" Gates.

Episode Goofs
Just before he slides, Quinn puts Jamie's hat back on before it blows off again from the wind from the vortex. When it cuts to the next shot, you can see that Jamie's hat is back on.

Cultural References
The Good, The Bad, And The Wealthy

This episode title is an allusion to the 1966 film 'The Good The Bad and The Ugly'

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