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Millennium Season One - 1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) Reference Listing

This Millennium Episode Listing includes all known references to and by 1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) who produced the television series. Many of these 1013 caveats have been spotted by eagle eyed Millennium fans from This Is Who We Are, published in books or have been shared by other websites in particular the excellent The Millennial Abyss. If you would like to submit and share accurate 1013 trivia or content to this episode guide, please send it via the Contact Us page.

This is a long listing so we've broken it down into 3 Seasons.

 
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About this Listing

Under each episode's title, you will see the following information:

 

Season

Advises in which of the three seasons of Millennium the episode appeared.

Millennium Code

A unique number used by Fox Television. Some episodes of Millennium aired out of production order.

Production Code

A unique number used by 1013 Productions when creating the series. Some episodes of Millennium aired out of production order.

Air Date

The network premiere of this episode of Millennium by Fox Television. The show was first transmitted in the USA during 1996.

1013 References

Ten Thirteen Productions (Chris Carter's Production Company who created and produced the Millennium TV Series for Fox) are well known for adding subtle and sometimes discreet fun jokes to their creations. These take the form of visual or audible references to other 1013 shows or pokes at the television industry.

 

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Pilot


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-100

Production Code:

4C79

Original Airdate:

1996-10-25



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

The surname 'Black' comes from Chris Carter's family. The name 'Catherine' was his mother's name. It is said that Chris Carter named the main character Frank after the former lead singer of Indie/Rock band The Pixies.


Gehenna


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-101

Production Code:

4C01

Original Airdate:

1996-11-01



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Sorry, there is no 1013 information is currently available for this episode.



Dead Letters


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-102

Production Code:

4C02

Original Airdate:

1996-11-08



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

The son of James Horn (James Morrison) in this episode was named T.C. This is a direct reference to the character James Morrison played in Ten Thirteen's Space: Above and Beyond called Col TC McQueen.

Credit: The Unofficial Millennium Companion by N.E.Genge


The Judge


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-104

Production Code:

4C04

Original Airdate:

1996-11-15



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Sorry, there is no 1013 information is currently available for this episode.



522666


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-105

Production Code:

4C05

Original Airdate:

1996-11-22



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Dees' Commanding Officer in the army was T.J. Wright - Thomas J Wright, Director.
Agent Pierson - probably named after Dori Pierson, Chris Carter's wife.



Kingdom Come


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-103

Production Code:

4C03

Original Airdate:

1996-11-29



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Sorry, there is no 1013 information is currently available for this episode.



Blood Relatives


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-106

Production Code:

4C06

Original Airdate:

1996-12-06



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Just before Frank, Bletch and the others rush into the Diebstahl Group Home (scene 7 on DVD) where James Dickerson lives, you can see a sign on the hallway wall containing the names of the inhabitants. Two of them appear in the end credits, too:

Gerlund - Erik Gerlund, set decorator
and
Wrinch M - Mike Wrinch, one of the camera operators.

Credit: Viivi of TIWWA

The scene where the young man James is reading death notices in a newspaper (scene 5 on DVD). One of the names there is Kim Regent.
According to the end credits, the property master for that episode was Kimberley Regent.

Credit: Viivi of TIWWA


The Well-Worn Lock


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-107

Production Code:

4C07

Original Airdate:

1996-12-20



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Sorry, there is no 1013 information is currently available for this episode.



Wide Open


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-108

Production Code:

4C08

Original Airdate:

1997-01-03



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

  • Detective James Glen - James Wong and Glen Morgan, producers/writers.
  • Near the end of the episode, Frank and the others hope to catch the 'bad man' when he comes to a house that is for sale. In the front of the house there's a sign with the name of a real estate broker: Lou Bollo, who was a Stunt Coordinator in the MM crew.

Credit: TIWWA's Viivi


The Wild and the Innocent


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-110

Production Code:

4C10

Original Airdate:

1997-01-10



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Erik Gerlund (a Set Director) is listed in Maddie Haskel's highschool year book. Ross Framo who was an uncredited Computer Playback Operator on Millennium is also listed in the book.

Credit: Viivi of TIWWA


Weeds


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-109

Production Code:

4C09

Original Airdate:

1997-01-24



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Writer Frank Spotnitz comments on Weeds:

Oops. My first episode of "Millennium" is also my least favorite. There was an interesting idea here, however - that in order to save their sons, fathers would have to shame themselves by revealing their own "sins."

Source: Big Light Productions


Loin Like a Hunting Flame


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-111

Production Code:

4C11

Original Airdate:

1997-01-31



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Sorry, there is no 1013 information is currently available for this episode.



Force Majeure


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-112

Production Code:

4C12

Original Airdate:

1997-02-07



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Sorry, there is no 1013 information is currently available for this episode.



The Thin White Line


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-113

Production Code:

4C13

Original Airdate:

1997-02-14



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

While Frank Black and Det. Bletcher are watching footage of video surveillance of the liquor store robbery/homicide by Jacob Tyler, the video timestamp rolls from 10:12 to 10:13.

Credit: Theo Mistwein via e-mail - 21st May 2010


Sacrament


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-114

Production Code:

4C14

Original Airdate:

1997-02-21



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Just after Tom's wife is kidnapped, Frank is seen sitting at a computer going over photos of criminals in the Seattle area. At least two people associated with the show can be seen in the photos as they flash by. The first one is Ted Mann, near the beginning, and the second one, near the end is Thomas Wright, but without his glasses.

Credit: Fourth Horseman of TIWWA


Writer Frank Spotnitz comments on Sacrament:

From worst (Weed) to best. This, as it happens, was my favorite episode of "Millennium" bearing my name. We got greater insight into Frank through the introduction of his brother, and developed aspects of Jordan's "gift" that had only been hinted at previously. I also thought the villain was creepy - I particularly like the scene in the hardware store - and the solution to the mystery sufficiently unexpected.

I was proud to screen this at the Museum of Television & Radio. Because of his skill in directing this episode, Michael Watkins went on to become co-executive producer and a director of "The X-Files" after the show relocated to Los Angeles.

Source: Big Light Productions


Covenant


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-116

Production Code:

4C16

Original Airdate:

1997-03-21



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

M&W Pharmacy:
Frank finds a receipt in the medicine cabinet, the receipt is from the M&W Pharmacy.
Probably a reference to Morgan & Wong.

Credit: Fourth Horseman of TIWWA


Walkabout


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-115

Production Code:

4C15

Original Airdate:

1997-03-28



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

On Frank's hospital bracelet, besides his alias David Marx, there's the name of the doctor who had treated him, Dr. J. Service (scene 2 on DVD).
Joanne Service was one of the two assistants to Chris Carter.

Credit: Viivi of TIWWA



Lamentation


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-117

Production Code:

4C17

Original Airdate:

1997-04-18



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Sorry, there is no 1013 information is currently available for this episode.



Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-118

Production Code:

4C18

Original Airdate:

1997-04-25



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Watts is talking to Frank by phone, when Mike Atkins arrives. On the wall behind Watts is a clock which reads a little before a quarter past ten (10:13).

Credit: Fourth Horseman of TIWWA


Broken World


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-119

Production Code:

4C19

Original Airdate:

1997-05-02



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Sorry, there is no 1013 information is currently available for this episode.



Maranatha


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-120

Production Code:

4C20

Original Airdate:

1997-05-09



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

Sorry, there is no 1013 information is currently available for this episode.



Paper Dove


Season:

1

MLM Code:

#MLM-121

Production Code:

4C21

Original Airdate:

1997-05-16



1013 (Ten Thirteen Productions) References:

At the beginning, as the wife returns from the grocery store, she stops to de-activate the house alarm, and the code she presses on the panel is 1013 - a reference to Ten Thirteen Productions.

Credit: The Fourth Horseman of TIWWA