Frank finds a connection between the murder of a federal prosecutor (a gubernatorial candidate) and the evil Lucy Butler.



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Una Saxum
Stephen E. Miller ...
Nancy Sivak ...
Rachel Victoria ...
Divina Saxum


Frank finds a connection between the murder of a federal prosecutor (a gubernatorial candidate) and the evil Lucy Butler.

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12 February 1999 (USA)  »

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Sarah-Jane Redmond's final appearance in the series as the evil Lucy Butler. See more »


References The Omen (1976) See more »

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The best supernatural episode of Millennium.
27 November 2009 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

Of all the episodes of Millennium that deal with the supernatural, this one is undoubtedly the best. In this episode, Lucy Butler, who had appeared on the series before, is back, this time, she wants to destroy a politicians family and as most absurd as this may seem she wants to have a child with Frank Black. In Millennium there are no monsters, creatures or aliens like on The X-files. In this series, the monster is the monster within each man, the inner evil. That's not the case in this episode, as in any other Lucy Butler episode. Lucy Butler is evil, literally, she is a demon with shape shifting abilities who wants to corrupt Frank at all cost.

In an unforgettable scene of this episode, Frank is sleeping in a hotel room, suddenly he awakes and finds himself having sexual intercourse with Lucy Butler, when he realizes what's happening, he tries to stop it, that's when Lucy's face becomes a face of a demon. He wakes up as if everything had been a dream, later on, he discovers that Lucy is carrying his child. Near the end of the episode, Frank runs down with his car what appeared to be a man, but was actually, Lucy Butler, when he and agent Hollis get out of the car, Agent Hollis asks him if Lucy is dead, he replies saying: " she is not, she never will be", consequently, she loses the "child". In the end of the episode Lucy threatens Frank's daughter, Jordan, but as Frank had said before, she can corrupt men, but not innocents.

This is a wonderful episode of Millennium written by Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz,there are very good moments on this episode, like the appearance of a devilish attorney, representing Lucy Butler" the devil's advocate" Mark Snow's score seem even better than usual, Thomas J. Wright does an excellent job directing, just like Rob Bowman and Kim Manners on The X-files, and Sarah Jane-Redmond's portrayal of Lucy Butler is just awesome. This is one of the best episodes of the series, it may not be the best, but it's definitely the coolest.

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