After Rush is given clues to an unsolved cop killing, she reopens the case. Her investigation uncovers a secret that may have motivated someone unexpected to murder the patrolman.
In 1989, a 33-year-old woman was gunned down in an alley. The unsolved case is reopened when a tape of the victim, made for a dating service, is found after a man's suicide.
Rush and Scotty reopen a 1998 accidental death case when new evidence suggests that it may have been murder. The detectives uncover family intrigue concerning money, sex and power.
Landing in San Francisco, the Sliders are amazed to find the city in ruins; not due to a Kromagg attack, but to complete abandonment. They discover that everyone has disappeared. However, Quinn soon realizes that animals are still inhabiting this earth when he is attacked by mongrels. Maggie scares the dogs off with the help of a shotgun she finds in a pawn shop, and the Sliders head to Quinn's home. They find it empty like everywhere else. The difference: apparently the Quinn of this world was even more intelligent, garnering award after award. While Quinn continues to search the house, Rembrandt and Maggie wait outside -- and are approached by the disheveled Quinn of this world. At first frantic -- he has been totally alone -- he calms down enough to explain that he built a machine that, when he threw the switch, wiped out every human being on Earth.
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