Frank comes into contact with the man who has been photographing his family.



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Episode credited cast:
Allan Zinyk ...
Judith Maxie ...
Drew Reichelt ...
Dicky Bird Perkins
Viewpoint Cop (as Mitch Kosterman)
Alan Robertson ...
Elderly Man
Norman Armour ...
Suited Man
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Martin Comtois ...
Hare Krishna


As the Blacks are returning from their vacation in Virginia, Frank and Jordan go out to the parking lot while Catherine waits for their bags to arrive. As she waits, a man takes her photo and then abducts her, drugging her to keep her from fighting back. When he gets away, Frank learns that not only is this the man who has been harassing him with pictures of his family, but the Millennium group has known his identity long before this. As the kidnapper taunts Catherine with his rantings about how well he knows what's in Frank's mind, Frank must try to prevent his fear and range from clouding his abilities if he ever hopes to see his wife alive again. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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19 September 1997 (USA)  »

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27 February 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

jelly-necker should get what photo man got at the end of the episode. big paragraph for a episode u thought sucked.lemme know when you write an episode for any television show at all douche.millennium was great start to finish and still the most interesting show ever on television.great premise,perfect era,so odd its much of the 90s this show was so bizarre sometimes thats what made it cool.part of the group of weird 90s shows like s.f.w.,all fuc**d up,nowhere,the doom generation,scream,seven,8 mm,x files,brimstone,i could dredge up a lot of tripped out shows and movies from the 90s,but u get the picture.millennium was weird week to week,67 brilliant weird interesting hours of TV,best ever .

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