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Peter Watts (Character)
from "Millennium" (1996/I)

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Millennium: :  -- A former FBI profiler with the ability to look inside the mind of a killer begins working for the mysterious Millennium Group.

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  1. "Millennium"
        - Goodbye to All That (1999) TV episode, Played by Terry O'Quinn
        - Via Dolorosa (1999) TV episode, Played by Terry O'Quinn
        - Bardo Thodol (1999) TV episode, Played by Terry O'Quinn
        - Forcing the End (1999) TV episode, Played by Terry O'Quinn
        - Matryoshka (1999) TV episode, Played by Terry O'Quinn
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  1. End Game: Making 'Millennium' Season Three (2004) (V) Played by Terry O'Quinn
  2. Turn of the Tide: Making 'Millennium' Season Two (2004) (V) Played by Terry O'Quinn

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From "Millennium: The Beginning and the End (#2.1)" (1997/I)
Brian Roedecker: This is how it works. When a file is designated compartmentalized, double-click this icon, speak clearly into the microphone and say, "Soylent Green is people."
Peter Watts: Couldn't he just say his name?
Brian Roedecker: He could. But I was under the impression that security was the priority. "Soylent Green is people" is not only an obscure reference to the last great American film, and therefore unlikely to be cracked by a hacker attempting random code phrases, but the six syllable pattern encompasses each frequency and vocal intonation unique to Mr. Black, therefore rendering replication nearly impossible and thus security foolproof.
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