Millennium (1996–1999)
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The Wild and the Innocent 

Frank tries to find a girl and her murderous boyfriend who are looking for a baby that the girl's father forced her to give away.



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Episode cast overview:
Frank Black
Catherine Black
Peter Watts
Jordan Black
Bobby Webber
Jim Gilroy / Jake Waterston
Captain Bigelow
Missouri State Trooper
Arkansas Trooper Flanagan
Renee Michelle ...
Adeline Travis
Jim Swansburg ...
Sam Travis


A young woman and her boyfriend, carrying the woman's abusive step-father in the trunk of their car, go searching for someone the woman refers to as Angel. When the boyfriend shoots and kills a policeman during a traffic stop, the check run on the car's license plate leads to a link with a string of serial killings from several years earlier, which is where Peter and Frank get called in. As the couple continues their search for Angel leaving a trail of bodies in their wake, Frank must unlock the family's secrets to guess what their goal is and where they are headed. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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Release Date:

10 January 1997 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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The high school yearbook showing Maddie Haskell is the same one used for Taylor Watts in the third season episode "Collateral Damage". See more »


Maddie Haskell: Dear Angel, I never told you about the night you left. I'd come out for groceries and when I came back home you were gone. I was terrified. I was lost. I couldn't get a straight answer out of anybody. I must have driven for hours looking for you... but there was no sign. I got tired and I kinda gave up. I'm sorry. I'm sorry I gave up on you that night. Please forgive me.
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