The Bundys' and D'Arcy's Caribbean cruise is ruined when the ship sinks.
Martinez’s first delegate case involves a policeman married to two women; Simone and Sipowicz discover a robbery may have been staged, and Russell’s sobriety is put to the test.
Mitch tries to show he can still compete with younger men by taking part in the Ironman competition; Matt's late hours make Summer suspicious. Standing in for a tired Matt, Summer Quinn is knocked unconscious attempting a rescue.
Caroline is called to rescue a man who claims to have seen his daughter drowning in the ocean; a man's fiancee retains a crush on Mitch after a rescue 11 years ago.
The Sliders are relieved to find themselves in a normal world, but Rembrandt (Cleavant Derricks) notices that the timer is malfunctioning. It keeps counting down, then up, then down again. Suddenly, the vortex opens and they are thrust inside. When they are thrown back into an alley, Diana (Tembi Locke) sees that the timer appears to be working normally again, but is worried that it could malfunction again at any moment. Rembrandt admits that it is not the original timer invented by Quinn. The original was destroyed on one of their adventures, and this one was constructed by Egyptian scientists. At a jewelry store near the Chandler Hotel, Maggie (Kari Wuhrer) admires a display of jewels called "living gems of the Chapare," which seem to pulsate with life. Inside, the clerk asks them if they've arrived for the film festival, and they see reporters surround a star, Monique Monroe (Lisa Stahl Sullivan) as she enters the lobby. Maggie notices that Monique is wearing one of the living jewels on a pendant around her neck.
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