Millennium: Season 3, Episode 10

Borrowed Time (I) (15 Jan. 1999)

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When Jordan (Brittany Tiplady) falls gravely ill, Frank (Lance Henriksen) attempts to link her condition to the mysterious demise of three people who had previously survived a brush with ...


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When Jordan (Brittany Tiplady) falls gravely ill, Frank (Lance Henriksen) attempts to link her condition to the mysterious demise of three people who had previously survived a brush with death.

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One of the most emotional episodes of Millennium.
24 November 2009 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

In this episode, Frank( Lance Henriksen) establishes a connection between his seven year old daughter Jordan( Brittany Tiplady)becoming seriously ill and a series of unexplained deaths, people who drowned with no water nearby. Frank discovers that his daughter had been living on borrowed time, and that now, was her time to die, so that others could live. A mysterious man who was near all the other victims during the time of their deaths, dies in Jordan's place. It turns out that this man had the supernatural power to claim lives, and at the end he spared Jordan's, who has a full recovery.

This is, in my opinion, one of the most emotional episodes of Millennium, we see Frank's desperation while his daughter's life hangs in the balance, in one scene, while Jordan is having a sort of seizure, Frank talks to God, and begs Him to spare his daughter's life. That, in my opinion, is one of the most moving moments of the entire series. Other than that, there's the supernatural element that appears in some episodes of the series, just like on The X-files, only in a less explicit way. Henriksen develops a great performance, the direction and the music are also great, and especially, the writing. This is, in my opinion, one of the best episodes of Millennium written by Chip Johannessen. If you enjoy this show, you should watch this episode, if you haven't already. This is definitively one of my favorites.

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