Millennium (1996–1999)
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Frank and Peter head to Washington in order to help the FBI investigate a serial bomber.


David Nutter


Chris Carter (created by), Glen Morgan | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview:
Lance Henriksen ... Frank Black
Megan Gallagher ... Catherine Black
Terry O'Quinn ... Peter Watts
Brittany Tiplady ... Jordan Black
Sam Anderson ... Agent Jack Pierson
Robert Lewis ... Agent Sullivan
Joe Chrest ... Raymond Dees
Hiro Kanagawa ... Agent Takahashi
William MacDonald ... Agent Nolan
Roger Barnes ... Agent Smith
Deryl Hayes ... Officer Mark Stanton


A man sitting in an English pub in Washington, D.C. gets up from his table and calls emergency services on the bar's pay phone. When the operator picks up, he merely presses six keys on the phone, spelling out the word "KABOOM". Soon after he leaves the pub, a bomb blast tears the building apart while he watches from across the street. Delving into the man's psychosis, Frank learns that, unlike ordinary terrorists or thrill killers, this man is after something he can only find within the explosions he creates. Frank tries to help the FBI to track him down before the death toll can mount any further. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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Release Date:

22 November 1996 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Transfer the episode's title to the phone pad and you get KABOOM. See more »


Agent Jack Pierson: The device we're recovering is highly sophisticated with a built-in backup system, so we now know that this guy has expert knowledge of both electronics and explosives.
Agent Smith: This "guy"?
Agent Jack Pierson: We now believe an individual set off the detonation witnessing the aftermath last night from a nearby vantage point and we fully expect him to obsessively follow this investigation.
Agent Wallace: You mean in the press?
Frank Black: Closer. From his home. The bomb is complex, intricate. Perhaps overly so. I believe this trait extends to his ...
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References ABC News Nightline (1980) See more »


I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts
Written by John Doe and Exene Cervenka
Performed by X
[the first song heard in the bar at the very start of the episode]
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