Millennium - Season 2

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This box set contains all 23 episodes from the second season of Millennium, the Chris Carter-created series that followed the life and career of serial-killer profiler Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) as he struggled to deal with the psychological ramifications of his work and how it affected his family. Each episode is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio. A smattering of extra features allows the viewer to get a glimpse of the making of the show.
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Overview

This box set contains all 23 episodes from the second season of Millennium, the Chris Carter-created series that followed the life and career of serial-killer profiler Frank Black (Lance Henriksen) as he struggled to deal with the psychological ramifications of his work and how it affected his family. Each episode is presented in the original broadcast aspect ratio. A smattering of extra features allows the viewer to get a glimpse of the making of the show.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; "The Turn of the Tide: Making of Season Two" featurette; "Academy Group: Victimology" featurette; Audio commentary on selected episodes
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
Chris Carter's apocalyptic series adds The X-Files veterans Glen Morgan and James Wong as executive producers for the 1997-98 run; as authors of 11 Season 2 episodes, they bring an even more foreboding tone to Millennium. The Season 2 opener, "The Beginning and the End," picks up after the Season 1 finale: After a trip to visit his in-laws, Frank Black Lance Henriksen is horrified to discover that his wife, Catherine Megan Gallagher, has vanished from the airport. After Frank rescues her and takes violent revenge on Polaroid Man Doug Hutchison -- the ominous character who stalked Black's family in Season 1 -- his life changes. He decides to leave Catherine and daughter Jordan Brittany Tiplady and resume consulting for the Millennium Group full-time. Season 2 also finds actor Terry O'Quinn playing a larger role, as Millennium member Peter Watts, and introduces Kristen Cloke as Black’s associate, Lara Means, a paranormal researcher who can see angels. Cloke stands out in some of the better episodes: "19:19," in which Black and Means search for a busload of missing children; "Monster," wherein the two meet for the first time and hunt for a possible child abuser in a daycare center; and "Goodbye, Charlie," an episode that features the investigation of a man who appears to be responsible for a number of mercy killings. Frank becomes privy to more information about the secretive Millennium Group in episodes such as: "Beware of the Dog," wherein he meets an old man R. G. Armstrong who holds secrets to the Group's past; "The Hand of Saint Sebastian," in which Frank and Peter head to Germany to recover a holy relic; and "Owls" and "Roosters," a two-part episode that reveals another player besides the Group in the upcoming millennium. Guest stars this season include Charles Nelson Reilly, reprising his character Jose Chung from The X-Files, in "Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense," and Darren McGavin, who plays Black's father in "Midnight of the Century." Season 2 ends on a dark, haunting note with "The Fourth Horseman" and "The Time Is Now," a two-parter in which a deadly plague begins to spread throughout the U.S. Black learns he has been vaccinated, thanks to the Millennium Group -- but that Catherine and Jordan have not.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/4/2005
  • UPC: 024543117643
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  • Source: Fox Searchlight
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Subtitled / Pan & Scan / Dubbed
  • Time: 16:29:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 75,371

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Lance Henriksen Frank Black
Megan Gallagher Catherine Black
Brittany Tiplady Jordan Black
Charles Nelson Reilly Jose Chung in the episode Jose Chung's 'Doomsday Defense'
Technical Credits
Chris Carter Executive Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. Prophecies
2. Main Titles
3. Abduction
4. Getting Away
5. Roadblock
6. Helpless
7. The Millennium Comet
8. Sacrifice
9. Polaroid Man
10. Alpha and Omega
11. Wrong Address
12. Alone
13. Revenge
14. No More Angels
15. End Titles
1. Bucksnort
2. Main Titles
3. Visitation
4. Not That Simple
5. Sheriff Black
6. The Old Man
7. Sundown
8. Pack Attack
9. Eavesdropping
10. A Walk in the Woods
11. Squatter's Shack
12. The Circle
13. Surrounded
14. Home
15. End Titles
1. Taxi Cab
2. Main Titles
3. Hangups
4. Patient Zero
5. Open Ears
6. Used
7. Dna
8. John Does
9. Human Genome Project
10. The Trucks
11. Exactly the Same
12. Mobile Soup Kitchen
13. Rwanda
14. Harassment
15. End Titles
1. Storytime
2. Main Titles
3. Find the Evil
4. Child Abuse
5. Portents
6. Nap Time
7. Suspicion
8. Miss Penny
9. Believing the Children
10. Good Instincts
11. Good and Evil
12. Seeking the Truth
13. Zapped by God
14. The Blessing
15. End Titles
Side #2 -- Disc 2
1. Second Coming
2. Main Titles
3. Burial Site
4. Mishmash
5. The Great Protector
6. Postmortem
7. An Elevated Plane
8. Prayer Stick
9. Desecration
10. Ghost Dance
11. The Prophecy
12. The Chosen One
13. Frantic Search
14. The Buffalo
15. End Titles
1. Halloween Night
2. Main Titles
3. Trick or Treat
4. The Ghosts of Childhood
5. Haunted
6. All Broken
7. The Yellow House
8. Fright Night
9. Early Signs
10. Egged On
11. Things That Go Bump
12. The Book of Acts
13. The Living Dead
14. Cleaning Up
15. End Titles
1. News Junkie
2. Main Titles
3. Mass Abduction
4. Scenario
5. Storm Chasers
6. Hole in the Ground
7. One Child Short
8. Local Broadcast
9. Round One
10. Home Base
11. Peacemaker
12. Lack of Oxygen
13. Abandoned Quarry
14. The Children
15. End Titles
1. 998 A.D.
2. Main Titles
3. A Leap of Faith
4. Crime Scene
5. Polizei
6. Attempted Murder
7. A Surprise Visit
8. Access
9. Alive
10. A Holy Relic
11. The Good Doctor
12. The Circle
13. A Test of the Heart
14. Inside
15. End Titles
Side #3 -- Disc 3
1. Selfosophy
2. Main Titles
3. Fried
4. Onanograph
5. Focus
6. A Beautiful Day
7. Death Threat
8. Nostradamus
9. The Writer's Life
10. Confluence
11. Bizarre Noir
12. Deadline
13. Selfosophy Psycho
14. Same Old Thing
15. End Titles
1. Messages
2. Main Titles
3. Peter's Party
4. Bad Santa
5. Remembering the Past
6. The Pageant
7. The Drawing
8. Last-Minute Shopping
9. Identical
10. Angels
11. Then and Now
12. The Room
13. The Whole Story
14. Passed On
15. End Titles
1. Yellow Brick Road
2. Main Titles
3. Suicide or Murder?
4. Crisis Center
5. Condolences
6. A Helping Hand
7. Walnuts
8. Ground Zero
9. The Quiet Man
10. So Much to Do
11. The Other Plane
12. The Distinguished Thing
13. Seasons in the Sun
14. Heaven or Hell?
15. End Titles
1. Trick Bag
2. Main Titles
3. Family Outing
4. One-Way Street
5. John Doe
6. Awol
7. Big-Ticket Item
8. A Little Bit Whacked
9. Train Wreck
10. A Marvelous Life
11. The Light
12. Daddy
13. A Long, Strange Trip
14. Mount Ventoux
15. End Titles
Side #4 -- Disc 4
1. Snuff Site
2. Main Titles
3. Trawling for Clues
4. Three Places at Once
5. 696314
6. Favorite Operetta
7. Avatar
8. Two Steps Ahead
9. Cybertrick
10. Escalation
11. Two Trails
12. Booby Trap
13. Lord High Executioner
14. Double Failure
15. End Titles
1. Urban Legend
2. Main Titles
3. Perfect Profile
4. All Mine
5. Candidates
6. Flat Tire
7. Bear
8. Group Therapy
9. Trophy
10. Life Everlasting
11. Good Samaritan
12. Ward 5
13. Lights Out
14. A Clear, Clean Conscience
15. End Titles
1. The Cross of Christ
2. Main Titles
3. Roosters and Owls
4. Airport Security
5. Darkest Hour
6. Suspicions
7. Hallucinations
8. Sercrets and Lies
9. A Piece of Wood
10. Car Trouble
11. Overtaken
12. Discoveries
13. From the Ashes
14. Time
15. End Titles
1. Civil War
2. Main Titles
3. On Edge
4. Suspicions, Not Truths
5. One Last Enemy
6. Mistrust
7. Odessa
8. Last Ones Standing
9. Escape
10. Blood Banner
11. The End of the World
12. Shame
13. Time Calls
14. Passing the Torch
15. End Titles
Side #5 -- Disc 5
1. Strange Cargo
2. Main Titles
3. Prognostication
4. Relentless
5. Seeking Information
6. Exploitation
7. Exposure
8. Seductress
9. ID'd
10. Tamara Lee
11. Delusional
12. Awakening
13. A Second Chance
14. Temptation
15. End Titles
1. Security Lapse
2. Main Titles
3. Womanhunt
4. Nobody Home
5. Protection
6. Surprise Information
7. A Bad Joke
8. Unwelcome News
9. The White House
10. Freight Yard
11. Labor Pains
12. Surrounded
13. Virgin Birth
14. Mysterious Ways
15. End Titles
1. Prayer Circle
2. Main Titles
3. Ultimate Role Model
4. The Girls
5. A Different Version
6. Factions
7. Visionary
8. The Black Virgin
9. Runaway
10. Understanding
11. The Family
12. No Interference
13. The Sacrifice
14. The Lost Sheep
15. End Titles
1. Runner
2. Main Titles
3. College Application
4. Scared to Death
5. Landon's Mind
6. A Show of Love
7. Lucy Butler
8. Can't Be Beat
9. No Escape
10. Most Likely to Succeed
11. A Spirited Kid
12. Missing Children
13. A System of Numbers
14. Rescue
15. End Titles
Side #6 -- Disc 6
1. Coffee Klatch
2. Main Titles
3. The Good Old Days
4. Quantity, Not Quality
5. Boredom
6. Self-Inflicted Suffering
7. Sin
8. Paydirt
9. Standards & Practices
10. Unacceptable
11. On the Set
12. Losing the Touch
13. Mr. Lonely
14. Great Coffee
15. End Titles
1. Slaughterhouse
2. Main Titles
3. Partnership
4. Passed Away
5. Exsanguination
6. Sweating Blood
7. Quarantine
8. Happy Mother's Day
9. Out of Danger
10. The Bad Men
11. Tracking Lara
12. A Shared Dream
13. Genetic Modification
14. Tremors
15. End Titles
1. Hot Zone
2. Main Titles
3. A New Life
4. The Same Thing
5. Calculating the Odds
6. Friendly Advice
7. The Plan for Mankind
8. The Marburg Virus
9. Failed Attempt
10. Insanity
11. Unidentified
12. Fellow Traveler
13. Cabin in the Woods
14. The End
15. End Titles
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A typical second part

    Usually second parts tend to be dissapointing, and that's exactly what happend with this season of my beloved series Millennium. I am a very loyal fan of this TV show not only because the formidable role of Lance Henriksen, but because of the plots and the suspense in every episode of the first season. Unfortunately, in the second one we missed the Carter’s spirit, because at some points the stories become a little bit ridiculuos and some times extremely boring. If I knew that before, I could skip this season. Now I am getting ready for the third one (with Christ Carter behind the scene) and I'm totally sure it will be as interesting as the first one, wich I enjoyed a lot when it was originally aired on TV.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    THE BEST SEASON OF TELEVISION EVER!

    Chris Carter's 'MILLENNIUM' was maybe the best show ever to premiere on television, and it only lasted 3 seasons. The second season is widely and smartly considered the best. To use the terminology from NBC's 'The West Wing' commercials (during Season 6), 'it was a season of change.' The executive producer/creator Chris Carter focused on season 5 of his original creation THE X-FILES and focused on the X-FILES movie ('Fight the Future'). Thusly, exec. duties went to writing team Glen Morgan & James Wong, who fans know from their quirky scripts for THE X-FILES and their creation of the short-lived FOX series 'SPACE: Above & Beyond'. They wrote half the second season of MILLENNIUM, and kept watch over other stories without their credit. Beginning where Season 1 left off, 'The Beginning & The End' was the conclusion of a cliffhanger season finale the previous year in which Catherine (Megan Gallagher), Frank's wife, is finally kidnapped by the very threatening Polaroid Stalker (Doug Hutchison). When Frank retrieves her and goes over the edge to exact revenge on the villain, he leaves her, but must keep his yellow house (in case of reconciliation). In 'Beware of the Dog', Frank travels to Bucksnort to solve a series of animal attacks and finds it is the balance of good and evil, and a Millennium Group elder known as the Old Man (R.G. Armstrong) has lived there, keeping records for the Group. In 'Monster', the Group gives an unofficial partner to Frank in the person of Lara Means (Kristen Cloke from 'Space: Above and Beyond'). She's a forensic psychologist who has the ability to see angels during tense and dangerous moments. They team up to discover the identity of a child abuser in an Arkansas daycare center. This was maybe the best stand-alone story of the season. Holidays like Halloween and Christmas played a major part in the show's best episodes, 'The Curse of Frank Black' and 'Midnight of the Century' (respectively). In the former, Frank takes his daughter Jordan (Brittany Tiplady) trick-or-treating and discovers a frightening ghost haunting him. In the latter, Frank gets a bizarre sign to visit his estranged father (Darren McGavin) and make amends, and they reconnect after many years. Some episodes were apocalyptic in focus, moreso than season 1. '19:19' brought an Oklahoma kook to the forefront, with World War III visions driving him to kidnap a school busload of children (for their own good). The Millennium Group got an X-FILES-esque tuneup with stories like 'The Hand of Saint Sebastian' adding to their mystique with the story of a holy relic in Germany, and Frank and Peter going to find it, while a traitor within the Group hinders them at every turn. The two-part story 'Owls' and 'Roosters' brought us a tale of civil war in the Group, between two factions believing two different meanings exist for the discovery of the Crucifixion Cross in Damascus. Writer/Director Darin Morgan injected comedy (admittedly of the dark vein) into the series with two classic episodes: 'Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense', which brought back Charles Nelson Reilly from his X-FILES episode (two seasons previous, also written by Morgan) in order to make the writer a target of a 'selfosophy' group assassin while he researches millennial prophecy, events and self-help groups. 'Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me' was the hilarious tale of four demons gathering in a coffee shop late at night to share stories of humanity, all with Frank in the background. Both feature the underrated actor Dan Zukovic in key roles. Some episodes dealt with key social issues: 'Goodbye Charlie'=doctor assisted euthanasia, 'Siren'=illegal immigrants, 'Anamnesis'=school violence. Some just borrowed from movies: 'The Pest House' ='URBAN LEGEND'. 'In Arcadia Ego'='THELMA & LOUISE' crossed with 'BONNIE & CLYDE'. Some went back (somewhat) to the original serial killer stories of yore, like 'The Mikado', in which an 'AVATAR' killer murders online while Gilbert & S

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    Posted August 18, 2009

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