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And I have to agree, This episode is a fine beginning to a very Strong
and Colourful 2nd Season. Think you can do better? Then do it, I can't
accept a casual dismissal like that. I respect the work that went into
this series, writing is difficult enough - Try writing for a TV series.
Not only do things like Plot and Continuity have to be dealt with, but
also a Teaser and Four Acts of exactly 10 minutes each. And then having
your main Executive Producer not being available, so you have to decide
how to go about it.
One thing we didn't have much of in Season 1 was the Humour aspect. Morgan/Wong handed us that, with Darren Morgan showing us a completely different aspect of Black, The one that says "I Surrender" when he realizes he can't do anything about a situation.
As far as how this episode continues on from the Cliffhanger of Season 1, it's perfect and seamless despite changing "Polaroid man" to Doug Hutchinson from the original Paul Raskin aka "The Figure".
This is in fact the episode where Everything Changes for Black, The Yellow House is no longer the bastion of Light and Safety for Black and his family. It becomes a symbol of what he has lost, his Eden from which he is barred from entering. Instead it becomes something for Black to hold on to, but that is yet for him to decide.
What did "Polaroid Man" want? - Just to prove that Black could not use his "gift" to find him? Or merely to "Tell Katherine the Truth"?
I don't think this is ever explained, because it is not important. Because this is the beginning of the Year of the Comet. One Comet may get interrupted and fall into the Sun, others may just go on their merry way while the Earth changes Crowns and Kings beneath.
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
Catherine is kidnapped at the airport. Despite Frank's attempt to find
the man responsible before he leaves, the kidnapper escapes, hiding his
identity by ripping off his fake facial hair. A roadblock fails because
the kidnapper hides Catherine in a cage under his car. The
implausibility of that scenario is only the beginning of the problems
with this episode. Writers Glen Morgan and James Wong fill it with way
too many expository monologues, making the villain seem almost
laughable. The confusing and boring expository monologues would
continue throughout Season Two, which is part of the reason the show
deteriorated in quality until finally Morgan and Wong left the show at
the end of the season. It may sound like I am being harsh on the two,
but I actually do like their movies. I think the two FINAL DESTINATION
films that they did are two of the best horror films that have come out
in the 2000s so far. I just never found their work on "Millenium" or
"The X Files" to be up to par. It's too bad, with the right
show-runners, Season Two could have great like the first.
Episode Grade: C-
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 cool.like 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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