Season 2 Episode 11

The Young And The Relentless

Aired Unknown Jun 07, 1996 on FOX
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The sliders arrive on a world where the young are in charge and Wade and Quinn's doubles were married corporate executives. Quinn winds up posing as his dead double and finds questions in his death. Meanwhile, Arturo and Rembrandt find themselves in trouble with the law and face jail time.moreless

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  • The darker side of Wade

    This episode was fun because it got to examine the darker side of Wade. We have seen many darker sides of the guys (especially the Prof) but very rarely do we see a double of Wade that is so different than she is.

    In this we see a greedy and manipulative Wade. One that is confident with herself as a woman. I have to mention as well...evil Wade was looking fine. Sabrina Lloyd once mentioned that she didn't fit the Fox Network's image of a desirable actress. But they must have missed this episode.

    My only complaint is that Wade is usually very introspective when it comes to herself. But she doesn't examine her double's behavior as something that could exist in her. Kind of a lost chance there.moreless
Cleavant Derricks

Cleavant Derricks

Rembrandt "Crying Man" Brown

Jerry O'Connell

Jerry O'Connell

Quinn Mallory

Sabrina Lloyd

Sabrina Lloyd

Wade Wells

John Rhys-Davies

John Rhys-Davies

Professor Maximillian P. Arturo

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


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    • Arturo: How could it be worse when your judge is Dennis The Menace, and your lawyer is a Debbie Gibson wannabe.

      Dennis the Menace started as a comic strip that debuted on March 12, 1951. It was about the character Dennis Mitchell- a precocious but lovable, freckle-faced five-and-a-half-year-old boy with a famous blond cowlick and a penchant for mischief.

      Debbie Gibson was a teen pop queen, as well as a singing and fashion icon. She (and Tiffany) rocked their rivalry all the way to pop-star super stardom. Her song"Foolish Beat" set a record for Gibson, making her (at 17) the youngest artist ever to write, produce, and perform a Billboard #1 single, as entered in the 1988 Guinness Book of World Records, and she remains the youngest female artist to do so.

    • Bartender: Why don't you listen to your friend here, Obi Wan.
      A reference to a character from the Star Wars films.

    • Episode Title: "The Young And The Relentless"
      The episode title is a play off the CBS soap The Young And The Restless.