Millennium (1996–1999)
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Frank Black is called in to investigate a murderer who is removing body parts and seemingly mailing them to random address. When Frank begins his investigation, he begins to realize that there may be more than one power involved.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Frank Black
... Catherine Black
... Jordan Black
... Lt. Bob 'Bletch' Bletcher
... The Judge
... Mike Bardale
... Jim Penseyres
Stephen J. Lang ... Det. Bob Giebelhouse (as Stephen James Lang)
... Detective Teeple
... Cheryl Andrews
... Pathologist Massey
... Jonathan Mellen
... Mail Room Worker (as Kirsten Williamson)
... Carl Nearman (as J.R. Bourne)
Donna White ... Annie Tisman
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Frank helps out Bob on a strange case: a woman receives a package containing a human tongue, with no possible explanation of who sent it or why. Bob reveals that this is just one of a series of similar incidents, usually involving hands or fingers. A little later a body is found missing its tongue, and Frank soon matches it with another corpse belonging to the murderer. While Bob is willing to call this a closed case, Frank believes that the truth goes deeper and there are more people involved. Bob's skepticism evaporates when the gruesome packages start arriving once again. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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15 November 1996 (USA)  »

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In the season one episode titled "The Judge", the Judge mentions the Biblical story of the demon Legion. The Judge says "When Jesus of Nazareth cast demons from a group of enchanted hogs...". This is inaccurate. First of all, Legion was inside of a crazed man. Jesus cast Legion from the man INTO the hogs. There was nothing enchanted about the hogs. Also, Legion explained to Jesus, "My name is Legion for we are many." This implies that many demons had possessed the man and the strongest of them spoke as if they were all one entity. See more »

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