In the shadows of the Los Angeles pyramids, the Sliders find a world where Egyptian dynasties never ended. A procession of guards escorting a large crate approaches the group, when something in the crate bursts free, attacking a young woman. Wade (Sabrina Lloyd) and Quinn (Jerry O'Connell) rescue Sheila (Claudette Mink) from a giant insect's claw, but they are arrested for touching the sacred scarab. Quinn, injured in the attack, is sent to a hospital, and Wade and Sheila are sent to the pyramid. Wade learns that the scarab will be locked in the pyramid with the Pharaoh's remains tomorrow. It will guard the pyramid and Wade and Sheila are to be locked in also, as food for the scarab.
Part 1 of 2. Arthur Abrahms, a prominent lawyer and federal investigator, has been shot to death in a border incident. What Michael and K.I.T.T. are not prepared for is that David Dalton is also working undercover to investigate Mr. Abrahms' death. Dalton works with a former Justice Department VIP named Archibald Hendley. Unwillingly, David forms an alliance with Michael. Together they uncover a complex plot that will ultimately procure missiles to attack the U.S. military.
At a luxurious but remote tropical island resort, the enigmatic Mr. Roarke somehow makes the secret dreams of his well-heeled guests come true, although twists of fate occasionally turn those dreams into nightmares. He is assisted by Tattoo, a little person who could be trusted to sing out, "Da plane! Da plane!" as each group of guests arrived. In the final season of the series, Roarke is joined by Lawrence, a dapper Englishman. As a sort of anthology series, the show featured new guest stars each week, and many big names of the era made a trip onto "Fantasy Island."
Jon and Ponch become victims of a hotshot gang of female car thieves. A father and daughter clash over the car alarm business.
Oprah speaks with Rusty Yates, whose ex-wife confessed to drowning the couple's five children in 2001; plus updates from Angie Harmon and Apollonia.
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