Millennium (1996–1999)
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Visions of a plane crash bring Frank Black back into service for the FBI. While investigating the crash site Frank meets dedicated young Agent Emma Hollis. Together, they uncover a plot to exterminate sisters who are remote viewers.

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Frank Black
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Agent Emma Hollis
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Jordan Black
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Special Agent Barry Baldwin
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Assistant Director Andy McClaren
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Attendant Woman
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Tom Miller
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Fair-Haired Deena
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Justine Miller
Doris Chillcott ...
Elderly Woman
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Dr. Luanne Chase
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Stewardess #2
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Larry Palmer
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Passenger
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Trucker
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Visions of a plane crash bring Frank Black back into service for the FBI. While investigating the crash site Frank meets dedicated young Agent Emma Hollis. Together, they uncover a plot to exterminate sisters who are remote viewers.

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2 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Good opening to a good season
30 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

It's been months since the viral outbreak killed Catherine. Frank (the great, great Lance Henriksen), still mourning the death of his wife, has rejoined the FBI and is doing his best to take of daughter Jordan with help from Catherine's parents. After a mysterious plane crash, Frank is brought in to investigate, teaming up with Special Agent Emma Hollis (Klea Scott in her series debut) to crack the case. It isn't long until he starts to suspect that there is a connection between the plane crash and the viral outbreak that killed Catherine, believing the Millennium Group is responsible. Although many fans find the third season of "Millenium" to be the worst, I prefer over the confusing and extremely disappointing Season Two. In Season Three, the show became easier to follow again and the casting of Klea Scott as Emma Hollis proved to be a great improvement to the show (again, most fans would disagree with me). This episode along with its second part, titled "Exgesis" was among one of the many highlights of not only the season, but the series as well as it wonderfully combines drama, action, and science fiction like no other had not before or has since. The cliffhanger at the end of this episode is especially spectacular. Grade: B+


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