Production info

Slide Like an Egyptian
USA, 1997  TV  

TV-series Sliders

Jerry O'Connell, John Rhys-Davies, Sabrina Lloyd
Directed by Adam Nimoy

  

The Sliders land in a world resembling ancient Egypt, where Quinn is used for a life-after-death experiment and the others are entombed inside a pyramid guarded by a giant scarab.

Episode 37 of the sci-fi television series "Sliders", following the adventures of a group of four people who travel from one parallel Earth to another, trying to find their way back to their own Earth. Along the way, they find worlds similar to ours but whose histories diverged from our own at some point in the past. A total of 88 episodes were made between 1995 and 2000, the first three seasons produced by FOX and an additional two by the SCI-FI Channel.


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