Millennium: Season 1, Episode 3

Dead Letters (I) (8 Nov. 1996)

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Frank teams with with a troubled profiler and candidate for the Millennium Group named Jim Horn in order catch a dangerous killer.

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Ron Halder ...
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Jim Horn
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Patient
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Detective Jenkins
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Janice Sterling (as Lisa R. Vultaggio)
Rob Morton ...
Lewis
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Cindy Horn
Cooper Olson ...
T.C. Horn
Michelle Hart ...
Marjorie Holden
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Andrew Laurenson ...
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The Millennium Group is screening a new candidate, Jim Horn, whom Frank teams up with to investigate the brutal murder of a meter maid. Jim shows promise, but he is also under much of the same stresses that Frank suffered from when he had his nervous breakdown, on top of which Jim's wife has left him and taken their son. Meanwhile, the killer strikes again, slaughtering a postal worker and a nurse, all the while leaving minute messages taunting the authorities. As he tries to prevent another victim from being killed, Frank must also try to keep Jim's growing inability to hold himself together from unraveling the investigation. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Jim Horn (James Morrison) teams up with Frank to solve this case. Jim Horn's son in this episode is named TC. This is the name of James Morrison's character on the show Space Above and Beyond, another x-files associated show, being produced by the Morgan/Wong duo. See more »

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