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Millennium/The Fourth Horseman

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The Fourth Horseman
Season 2, Episode 22
Airdate May 8, 1998
Production Number 5C22
Written by Glen Morgan &
James Wong
Directed by Dwight Little
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The Fourth Horseman is the twenty-second episode of the second season of Millennium, and the forty-fourth episode overall.

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

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

Guest Starring: Glenn Morshower (Richard Gilbert), Bill Dow (Dr. Schroeder)

and Kristen Cloke (Lara Means)

Co-Starring: Anna Hagan (Mom), Terence Kelly (Dad), Leslie Hopps (Jennifer Davis), Boyan Vukelic (Greg Davis), Curtis Bechdholt (Tim Davis), David Longworth (Farmer Duffy), Lindsay Bourne (Physician #1), Max Wyman (Group Member), Fred Henderson (Agent Russel), Eileen Pedde (Dr. Mariam Greenwald)

Uncredited: R. G. Armstrong (The Old Man) (voice), Gerry Mackay (Millennium Physician)


Plot Overview

As Laura has gone AWOL, Frank is approached to become a partner for a corporate security consultation agency. His trust in the Millennium Group hits a breaking point when he and Watts are exposed to a deadly contagion and Frank learns they were vaccinated.


First Act Quote

"Lord, how long will
the wicked,
How long will the
wicked triumph?"
- Psalms 94:3


  • Waterloo, Wisconsin (1986)
  • Seattle, Washington
  • El Cajon, California

Days Remaining

  • 602


  • Dionne Warwick - "I'll Never Fall in Love Again"
  • Zager & Evans - "In the Year 2525"

Arc Advancement





The Show

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments


  • When Jordan takes Frank's right hand, there is no scar that was made by Richard Alan Hance, seen in "The Thin White Line".
  • The closing moments of the Mother's Day scene, the body of the daughter changes positions between shots.