Millennium/Monster

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Monster
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Season 2, Episode 4
Airdate October 17, 1997
Production Number 5C04
Written by Glen Morgan &
James Wong
Directed by Perry Lang
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Monster is the fourth episode of the second season of Millennium, and the twenty-sixth episode overall.

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

Also Starring: Terry O'Quinn (Peter Watts), Brittany Tiplady (Jordan Black)

Guest Starring: Kristen Cloke (Lara Means), Mary Gillis (Penny Plott), Robert Wisden (Gordon Roberts), Lauren Diewold (Danielle Barbakow), Chris Owens (Deputy Bill Sherman), Gillian Barber (Mrs. Barbakow), Fred Keating (Mr. Barbakow)

Co-Starring: Ken Roberts (Police Chief Jenkins), Judy Norton (Coroner), J. Douglas Stewart (Dentist), Kevin Blatch (Shoe Salesman), Thomas Miller (Billy Sherman, Jr.)

Uncredited: Elizabeth McLaughlin (Mrs. Sherman), Brendan Bitoiu (Jason Wells), Samantha Smith (Lisa Blair), Adam Pospisil (Ethan)

Contents

Plot Overview

The Millennium Group sends Frank to a small town in Arkansas where a daycare owner has been accused of child abuse to "find the evil." Once there, he finds the group sent another member without telling either of their presence. Frank's investigation is complicated not only by who he quickly suspect is the culprit, but also by an accusation that's been made against him.

Notes

Locations

  • Seattle, Washington
  • Probity, Arkansas

Days Remaining

  • 805

Music

  • Bobby Darin - "Goodbye Charlie"

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Goofs

  • The onscreen teaser quote is actually citing Henry VI, not Henry IV as it claimed.

Quotes

  • Jordan: We came to help you, but I guess you didn't need us.
Frank: I'll always need you.