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Does anyone remember Sliders?

By PurpleSkys ·
Global TV carried it up here for the first 4 seasons then dropped it or messed around with the time slots so bad that I never did catch the last season. I think I may make it a goal of mine, to find a way to get all five season on DVD. :)

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by PurpleSkys In reply to been

now you're just making down right jealous! Know every one of 'em!

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the problem with it

by Jaqui In reply to arrggg

try watching a movie or TV show when you know exactly where the scene's were filmed.
ruins the presentation.

kind of hard to believe it's where the story says that way.

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another one for you

by Jaqui In reply to arrggg

that was filmed here. Dark Angel
mostly filmed here at least

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White Castle

by Sonja Thompson Staff In reply to Does anyone remember Slid ...

burgers are the only Sliders I'm familiar with.

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oh, that type of sliders here

by Jaqui In reply to White Castle

tends to be oysters.
from shell to tummy.

I don't do seafood in general, shellfish in particular are a no go.
raw shellfish, not going there.

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I love clams, qhahogs and mussels

by NickNielsen In reply to oh, that type of sliders ...

Oysters, not so much.

Raw? I'm with you on that one.

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I agree

by cmiller5400 In reply to oh, that type of sliders ...

I don't do any raw shellfish.

I have tried raw tuna in sushi and that was good, but I can't work up the courage to try other fish/shellfish raw.

Clam belly's are a no go as well. EVERY one I try has a pound of sand in it. Y U C K

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Pftt, started eating those as a kid

by Juanita Marquez In reply to oh, that type of sliders ...

My dad was from an area where adventurous eating was the norm. I'm happy to say he left me with the spirit to try all kinds of foods at least once. Some of my happiest times with him involved slurping raw oysters with a little cocktail sauce on top of them. I still enjoy them.

For those who don't know, or care to know, experientially, it's a bit like eating soft-boiled egg, with a slight metallic aftertaste.

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by Jaqui In reply to Pftt, started eating thos ...

I try foods, twice, before saying, nope, not for me.
I just don't like most seafood, and no shellfish at all are appreciated.

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Very wise

by Juanita Marquez In reply to well

I have the same philosophy. Many people I know will not try anything simply for the fact that it looks ew or they imagine it can't be any good. Also, it is possible that you had a bad batch/chef preparing the first round, so I always try to give food, as well as people, more than one chance to impress me.

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