Millennium/The Judge

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The Judge
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Season 1, Episode 4
Airdate November 15, 1996
Production Number 4C04
Written by Ted Mann
Directed by Randy Zisk
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The Judge is the fourth episode of the first season of Millennium.

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

Also Starring: Brittany Tiplady (Jordan Black)

and Bill Smitrovich (Lieutenant Bob Bletcher)

Guest Starring: Marshall Bell (The Judge), John Hawkes (Mike Bardale), Chris Ellis (Jim Penseyres), Stephen James Lang (Detective Bob Giebelhouse), Brian Markinson (Detective Teeple)

and CCH Pounder (Cheryl Andrews)

Co-Starring: Michael Puttonen (Pathologist Massey), David Fredericks (Jonathan Mellen), Kirsten Williamson (Mail Room Worker), J.R. Bourne (Carl Nearman), Donna White (Annie Tisman), Eva DeViveiros (Ass't D.A. Aquila), Kate Robbins (Marilyn), Beverley Elliott (Terry), Gabe Khouth (Parcel Service Employee)

Contents

Plot Overview

Seattle P.D. brings Frank in after a widow receives a tongue in the mail. It appears to be the latest in a series of similar cases, but Frank soon deduces that while the murders were carried out by more than one person, they are all acting on the direction of a single person dispensing their sense of justice.

Notes

First Act Quote

"...the visible world
seems formed in love,
the invisible spheres
were formed in fright."
H. Melville
1819-1891

Locations

  • Seattle, Washington

Music

  • Steve Goodman - "Danger"
  • Donnie Fritts - "Short End of the Stick"
  • Donnie Fritts - "Ten-Foot Pole"

Arc Advancement

Happenings

Characters

Referbacks

Trivia

The Show

Behind the Scenes

  • Marshall Bell and Bill Smitrovich both appeared in the 1986 film Manhunter.

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments

Quotes

  • Catherine: I just always feel like a trespasser down here.
Frank: Neither of us should feel at home with what I do.