Millennium/A Room with No View

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A Room with No View
Season 2, Episode 20
Airdate April 24, 1998
Production Number 5C20
Written by Ken Horton
Directed by Thomas J. Wright
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A Room with No View is the twentieth episode of the second season of Millennium, and the forty-second episode overall.

Starring: Lance Henriksen (Frank Black), Megan Gallagher (Catherine Black) (credit only)

Also Starring: Terry O'Quinn (Peter Watts), Stephen James Lang (Detective Bob Giebelhouse)

Guest Starring: Christopher Kennedy Masterson (Landon Bryce), Chad Todhunter (Ben), Mariangela Pino (Teresa), Timothy Webber (Mr. Bryce)

and Sarah-Jane Redmond (Lucy Butler)

Co-Starring: Scott Heindl (Long-Haired Man), Michael R. Coleman (Howard Gordon), Henri Lubatti (Stuart Sheslow)


Plot Overview

Frank investigates the kidnapping from a high school student. It isn't long before he suspects the culprit is none other than Lucy Butler and that the boy is not the first such student to be taken.



  • Hood River County, Oregon (February 5, 1998)
  • Seattle, Washington (April 22, 1998)
  • Waconda, Washington


  • Paul Mauriat - "Love is Blue" (instrumental version)

Arc Advancement





The Show

  • When Howard Gordon turns around, what he sees are flashes from the episode "Lamentation". Later, when Frank gets some flashes, some of them are from "Gehenna". These reused shots are quite visible due to them being in the first season's full screen.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments