Millennium/Seven and One

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Seven and One
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Season 3, Episode 19
Airdate April 30, 1999
Production Number 3ABC19
Written by Chris Carter &
Frank Spotnitz
Directed by Peter Markle
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Seven and One is the nineteenth episode of the third season of Millennium, and the sixty-fourth episode overall.

Starring: Lance Henriksen (Frank Black), Klea Scott (Special Agent Emma Hollis)

Also Starring: Brittany Tiplady (Jordan Black)

Guest Starring: Dean Norris (Del Boxer), Stephen E. Miller (Assistant Director Andy McClaren), Ken Pogue (Tom Miller), Maxine Miller (Justine Miller)

Co-Starring: Bob Wilde (Mabius), Norman Armour (Father Yeager), Judith McDowell (Therapist), Brad Loree (Suited Man)

Featuring: Andrew Francis (Frank's Brother), A.J. Adamson (Young Frank), Mike Dopud (Clerk), Conor Topley (Older Kid)

Contents

Plot Overview

Frank begins receiving photographs again, this time of him. As an investigation is underway, fears are aroused that Frank maybe on the brink of a mental breakdown.

Notes

Locations

  • Falls Church, Virginia
  • Quantico, Virginia
  • Arlington, Virginia

Music

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Goofs

  • Frank says the first photographs sent to him were originally the M.O. of a killer. This killer is obviously Ed Cuffle, but the last Frank had mentioned of him in the pilot, he explained that Cuffle sent Polaroids to the police, not to Frank personally.

Quotes