Millennium/The Thin White Line
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|The Thin White Line|
|Season 1, Episode 14|
|Airdate||February 14, 1997|
|Written by|| Glen Morgan &|
|Directed by||Thomas J. Wright|
|Millennium — Season One|
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The Thin White Line is the fourteenth episode of the first season of Millennium.
Starring: Lance Henriksen (Frank Black), Megan Gallagher (Catherine Black)
Also Starring: Bill Smitrovich (Lieutenant Bob Bletcher)
Guest Starring: Jeremy Roberts (Richard Alan Hance), Scott Heindl (Jacob Tyler)
Co-Starring: Ken Tremblett (Agent Riley), Allan Harvey (Agent Johnson), Mark Holden (Agent Clark), Nancy Sivak (Anne Rothenburg), Larry Musser (Warden), Tom Heaton (Store Clerk)
Frank is forced to look back at his past and consider a fateful decision when a killer begins murdering people based on the exact same M.O. of a man he helped put away years ago.
First Act Quote
- history... it is a still quivering
- part of himself, bringing shudders
- and bitter flavours and the
- tinglings of a merited shame."
- George Eliot
- Seattle, Washington
- Bee Gees - "How Deep is Your Love"
- Johann Sebastian Bach - "Little Fugue" in G Minor, BWV 578