Millennium/Sense and Antisense

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Sense and Antisense
Season 2, Episode 3
Airdate October 3, 1997
Production Number 5C03
Written by Chip Johannessen
Directed by Thomas J. Wright
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Sense and Antisense is the third episode of the second season of Millennium, and the twenty-fifth episode overall.

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

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

Guest Starring: Ricky Harris (Gerome Knox), Allan Zinyk (Brian Roedecker), Badja Djola (Lacuna)

and Clarence Williams III (Patient Zero/William Kramer)

Featuring: Brian Jensen (Wright), Chris Nelson Norris (Patterson), Peter Bryant (Editor), Forbes Angus (Dr. Pettey), Michael Vairo (Officer Ginelli)

Uncredited: Colin G. Vint (Coroner Lewis), Jennifer Anne Lee (Receptionist), Paul Chevreau (Security Guard), Andrew McIlroy (Coroner Clark), Adam J. Harrington (Uniformed Cop), Mark Schooley (I.A. Cop), Alan Costar (Bum), Jenn Fargie (ER Nurse), George Gordon (ER Doctor), Colin Murdock (SWAT Cop), Darwin Haine (John Doe Bum)


Plot Overview

Giebelhouse asks Frank to help with the capture of a patient zero. He soon learns he was being used and that the man wasn't infected with anything. Now helped by Watts, Frank and Giebelhouse try to find the man, but learn of a cover up that ties with the Human Genome Project.



  • Seattle, Washington

Days Remaining

  • 819


  • Bobby Darin - "Gyp The Cat"

Arc Advancement





The Show

  • The cheque written out for Frank has the same date this episode aired.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments