Millennium Episode Review of Antipas by MillenniumIsBliss
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When murder and mayhem become frequent at the estate of a Wisconsin politician, Frank Black snatches the case from Emma Hollis in order to pursue the woman he knows to be committing the crimes: his demonic nemesis, Lucy Butler. Now posing as a nanny, what are Lucy’s plans for the politician’s daughter? Frank’s investigation becomes personal and dangerous when he learns, once and for all, what Lucy’s plans are for his life.
Written by Chris Carter & Frank Spotnitz
Directed by Thomas J. Wright
Edited by Chris Willingham, A.C.E.
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I can remember I really enjoyed Antipas the first time around, but my memory of it was pretty sketchy. After viewing four S3 episodes last night, I am now convinced beyond any doubt that I have only seen these episodes one, or maybe at the most two times (with some of them). As has been discussed in the past, the Millennium series has done a good job of exposing us to many different cultures and settings, and Antipas falls under the second of the two. Besides having a great story and grabbing the viewers attention and holding it, it is one of those very visually appealing episodes with the maze, the hedges, the mansion, etc. and of course, Lucy Butler. It kind of felt like they were somewhere in Europe, when they were actually in Wisconsin, if I remember correctly.
Lucy Butler is once again an effective character, and yes, the steamy scene between her and Frank is in this episode, although it's not quite as intense or revealing as I remembered it. It is more suggestive than it is graphic. Still though, what could be more enticing than a scene with Frank and Lucy Butler in the sack together. Talk about unexpected!!