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  1. xf 4x07 Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man script
    "The X-Files" and all related characters are © Copyright Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc and its related entities. All Rights Reserved.
    Any use of copyrighted material or images is for the purposes of lawful educational research, promotional news and critical review, their use being allowed under the fair use clause of the Copyright Law.
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  2. XF 5X06 The Post-Modern Prometheus script.
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    Any use of copyrighted material or images is for the purposes of lawful educational research, promotional news and critical review, their use being allowed under the fair use clause of the Copyright Law.
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  3. XF 6ABX08 How the Ghosts Stole Christmas script
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    Any use of copyrighted material or images is for the purposes of lawful educational research, promotional news and critical review, their use being allowed under the fair use clause of the Copyright Law.
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  4. XF 9ABX14 Improbable script

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    Any use of copyrighted material or images is for the purposes of lawful educational research, promotional news and critical review, their use being allowed under the fair use clause of the Copyright Law.
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  5. XF 1X01 Deep Throat script
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  6. X-Files Pilot episode April 1993 script
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  7. X-Files Pilot episode draft script
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  8. The Notorius 7
    Status - Never picked up by the network.
    (C) 20th Century Fox TV. All Rights Reserved.
    A ring of mob-like leaders control 'The City', each family representing one of the seven deadly sins, hence the "Seven" in the title. The founder, Dante Alighieri, orders the families to cease and desist all illegal activities. This obviously doesn't go over too well with everyone else so they murder Dante and and frame his innocent, visiting son, Eddie. Wrongfully imprisoned and very angry, Eddie is mentored by an old black dude, Leadbelly and together they vow to bring down each family one by one.
    "The Notorious 7 is not on the air because the FOX EXECUTIVES ARE COWARDS!!"
     - Glen Morgan
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  9. The Wonder Cabinet - Presentation Pilot - 1999
    Status - Never picked up by the network.
    (C) 20th Century Fox TV. All Rights Reserved.

    Way back in the 1700s, wealthy men had rooms called "wonder cabinets", which were like their own private museums filled with all kinds of scientific curiosities. Fast forward to present time, where an institute in Philadelphia -- Der Wunderkammern -- that believes that mankind's supposed improvements throughout this century have knocked Nature out of balance... and Nature might be starting to fight back (witness the Ebola virus, AIDS, etc.) It is run by an unseen, wealthy "philanthropist", Mr. Swissky, who hires three people to investigate biological anomalies and monstrosities -- in this episode, the investigation revolves around a man with two heads.
    These lucky three include: Dr. Gordon Wayne, early 40s, a world-renowned heart surgeon who's haunted by a past failure (presently selling heart equipment); Sarah Coleman, 24, a brainy medical student who falls out of favour with her profs because she challenges the establishment; and Dr. Kevin Spitz, 30ish, a neurosurgeon with shaky ethics.
    The pilot began filming on March 22, 1999.
    Morgan & Wong were in the midsts of shooting their movie, "Flight 180" (now Final Destination) when they got the phone call informing them that the series was NOT picked up.
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  10. The sound of booming drums would often be the first identification of Chris Carter's Millennium television series, accompanying the bright white fading Polaroid effect when introducing a new scene. In fact the accompanying booklet to the 2008 release of the limited edition Millennium soundtrack by Mark Snow specifically mentions the drums:

    Presented in this download are versions of both the double and single hit Millennium drums. These are not the exact same drums as in the series; you can read more about their origin in this news article from way back in 2001! You can download them in standard Windows .wav format and also in three different bitrate versions of MP3, depending upon your your application. For example, you may wish to use the MP3 format as an SMS Text Message alert, or an app notification.
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  11. A collection of updated recordings of the various Millennium Group computer vocal pass phrases or ID's, spoken by Millennium Group members.
    For convenience, the zipped file archive contains both MP3 (192kbs) and .wav versions of each sound file.
    Lara Means - "Open the pod bay doors please Hal."
    Version 1 - From the episode Goodbye Charlie.
    Version 2 - From the episode Owls.
    Peter Watts - "My god, it's full of stars."
    From the episode Goodbye To All That.
    Frank Black - "Soylent Green is people."
    Version 1 - From the episode The Beginning and the End.
    Version 2 - From the episode Beware of the Dog.
    Version 3 - From the episode The Fourth Horseman.
    Version 4 - From the episode Luminary.
    Version 5 - From the episode Luminary.
    Version 6 - From the episode Roosters.
    Version 7 - From the episode Sense and Antisense.
    The Old Man - "The Time is Near."
    From the episode The Time is Now.
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  12. Millennium Gadgets Pack (requires Rainmeter and Windows 7 or later)
    This Millennium download has been updated and now contains a suite (pack) of Millennium-inspired gadgets which run on the free Rainmeter theming platform for Windows.
    The pack includes 8 Millennium inspired gadgets, with additional variants (total of 10 designs).
    Frank Black Millennium Countdown Halloween 'Spooky' Frank Black Millennium Countdown Halloween Pumpkin Millennium Countdown
    with 2 selectable variations: animated with flickering candle (art by @ethsnafu) and standard, non-animated version. Lucy Butler Millennium Countdown
    with 2 selectable variations: choice of 2 scenes from Antipas Halloween 'Spooky Lucy Butler' Animated Millennium Countdown Ouroborous 'All-In-1' Millennium Countdown
    with choice of 4 selectable variations including standard gold Ouroborous, an animated rotating Ouroborous, and the popular Owls hacked version of the Ouroborous available in 2 matching white or gold text versions. Owls Ouroborous Millennium Countdown
    A stand-alone variation featuring the popular Owls hacked version of the Millennium Group's Ouroborous branding available in 2 matching white or gold text versions. Animated Ouroborous Millennium Countdown
    A stand-alone variation with an animated rotating Ouroborous.
    These Countdown gadgets can be installed on modern, recent versions of Microsoft Windows including Windows 7 with Service Pack 1, 8x, 10 (after Rainmeter is installed first).
    The gadgets feature images inspired by Millennium, a 'Welcome Message' from the Millennium Group, your name (optional) and the 'number of days remaining' (you can edit the countdown date/time,) all inspired by Chris Carter's Millennium television series.
    Here's a video to show you how they work... that Festive wallpaper is not included!
    Millenniumistic! Our interactive Countdown gadgets feature images from Millennium television series, the default gadget is of Millennium Group criminal profiler Frank Black and is the first one made. Display as many as you like, 1 or all of the gadgets, you tweak each with different names and countdown times. Easy to personalise - Just click on the 'Welcome Frank' greeting to display your own name instead (max 16 letters) . After a few seconds, the gadget will update with the new name. Days Remaining Countdown - Upon first install, displays the current number of days remaining in Millennium-inspired style until next New Year's Day or Halloween.
    Just click on the countdown to change the date/time of your event. After a few seconds, the gadget will update with the new time. TIWWA Site Link - Clicking the image on the gadget triggers the booming Millennium style drum sound and takes you to straight to our Millennium community forums (TIWWA) via your current default internet browser. Automatic saving - The gadget will remember your customised settings (name, target date) whenever you restart your computer (if you have the default setting enabled in Rainmeter to load Rainmeter when you start Windows). Drag and drop anywhere on your desktop. Rainmeter will remember where you left the gadget so it will appear in the same place, when you next restart Windows. You can also save your desktop layout as a new layout within Rainmeter, with or without your current desktop background.  
    Windows 7 Service Pack 1, Windows 8, Windows 10 and later. Rainmeter, the best known and most popular desktop customization program for Windows which uses very little CPU and RAM resources and will run perfectly well on any supported hardware. Rainmeter is free and open source.
    Remember to please download and install Rainmeter first, then afterwards you can install our gadgets. Available from https://www.rainmeter.net/ For more hints and guidance on using our gadgets, how to display more than or choose different styles on some gadgets, please see this handy pinned topic:-
    How to install
    First install the latest free version of Rainmeter software from the official Rainmeter site. 
    You can download it for free from https://www.rainmeter.net/ After Rainmeter is installed, it shows you a welcome message skin and demo widgets. You can close off/disable them (and any others you don't want visible) by right-clicking on them, and selecting Unload.  Download the latest Millennium Gadget pack from here, then double-click on it to install (it should open automatically in Rainmeter).
      How to configure
    Place them where you like!
    You can click, drag and drop the gadgets to move to any desktop area of any monitor you have. Rainmeter will remember its position. Change the name!
    You can change the name shown from Frank to your own, simply click on the "Welcome Frank" message and following the instructions. Change the countdown date and time!
    You can change the countdown timer's target date by clicking on the current countdown message and following the instructions to enter a new future event date/time. The gadget will ask you for the year, month, day, hour and minute. E.g. So for midnight on 18th March, 2019, enter 19, followed by 03, followed by 18, followed by 00, followed by 00. The gadget then refreshes after a few seconds with the new setting. Easy peasy. Right click on any gadgets to unload, view any additional variations, themes and animations as per the Support Topic and shown in the video.   
    MILLENNIUM and all related characters are © Copyright Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Inc and its related entities. All Rights Reserved.
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  13. Ghost Dance - (A Single Blade of Grass)
    During a scene from the Millennium episode A Single Blade Of Grass written by writing-partners Erin Maher and Kay Reindl, Floyd "Redcrow" Westerman reads a direct extract from the Messiah Letter, during a re-enactment of 'The Ghost Dance.'
    This second season episode of Millennium dealt with the 'millenniumistic' prophecy of the birth of the Fifth World and elimination of the White Man.
    The real-life background and inspiration for this episode was James Mooney, a 19th century ethnologist with the Bureau of American Ethnology, was sent to investigate the 'Ghost Dance' movement in 1891. The Ghost Dance (Nanissáanah in Native American Caddo, the traditional language of the Caddo Nation), also known as the Ghost Dance of 1890, was a new religious movement being incorporated into numerous American Indian belief systems. 
    According to the teachings of the Northern Paiute spiritual leader Wovoka, proper practice of the dance would reunite the living with spirits of the dead, bring the spirits of the dead to fight on their behalf, make the white colonists leave, and bring peace, prosperity, and unity to Indian peoples throughout the region.
    Ethnologist James Mooney obtained a copy of Wovoka's message from a Cheyenne named Black Short Nose, who had been part of a joint Cheyenne-Arapaho delegation that visited Wovoka in Nevada, in August 1891. Wovoka (also known as Jack Wilson) delivered his message orally, and it was transcribed by a member of the group who had attended Carlisle Indian School. Mooney renders the "Carlisle English" of this transcription in a more grammatical form.
    Learn more:
    Wikipedia entry on the Ghost Dance
    Full version of Wovoka's Message: The Promise of the Ghost Dance
    Ghost Dance
    The ghost-dance religion and the Sioux outbreak of 1890 : Mooney, James, 1861-1921 : Free Download
    The Indian Ghost Dance and War
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  14. Life of a Comet by Frank Black (The Beginning and the End)
    At the start of Millennium's second season, The Beginning and the End opens with a montage of images from outer space, the life of a comet. The same comet appears in the night sky Frank Black is staring into, causing him to contemplate his own destiny and the relevance of the celestial body. In his monologue narrated by Lance Henriksen, protagonist Frank is considering the 'life' of a comet and its analogous relationship to our own existence.
    Referring to his immediate state, Frank asks, "Is this the beginning or the end?"
    Is it the beginning of the journey or the end when Frank allows his vengeance for the Polaroid stalker to push him over the edge in a relentless search for Catherine? The Millennium Group pulls Frank more deeply into its secretive ranks in an effort to bring closure to the abduction case with the knowledge that his work for them is not yet done.
    This download consists of the narration Life Of A Comet (1m 53s), available in 2 formats: mp3 and wma.
    Image sequence from the Life Of A Comet scene:
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  15. Powers, Principalities, Thrones and Dominions: A Tribute to Millennium
    by Monk and Void

    This remarkable fan-created CD features the score by Mark Snow, popular songs from the series, original music, and glossy cover/insert art.

    Tracks include:

    I. Pilot (The Frenchman)
    II. MillenniuM
    3. Luminary
    Four. Paper Dove
    6. Prophets (19:19)
    VII. Dancing Barefoot
    VIII. Through a Glass Darkly
    IX. Omerta
    ten. ZERO ZERO
    XI. Ascension

    Download includes each of the 11 tracks and the separate artwork/extras file.
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  16. This Millennium screensaver was inspired by the countdown to the year 2000 (customisable!) which graces computer screens of members of the shadowy Millennium Group in Chris Carter's supernatural thriller Millennium. Within the Ouroboros is a countdown of the time remaining until the Millennium which you can define. The image shifts its position on the screen every 10 minutes to avoid burning the phosphor in any given location. This screen-saver allows you to insert the Millennium Signature Theme and it also chimes on the hour.

    Please note that some of the links in the documentation no longer exist, and if you want to add a sound file, it has to be a wav file...

    Requirements: Windows 98/98SE/XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7.

    NB. After installing, you will need to adjust the Countdown to a new date in the Settings, as the Millennium has been and gone!

    Original instructions:

    Millennium TM Screen Saver for Windows
    by John Walker (Edited by G Smith)

    The MillenniumTM screen saver was inspired by the countdown to the year 2000 which graces computer screens of members of the shadowy Millennium Group in Chris Carter's supernatural thriller Millennium, produced by FOX Broadcasting Company. Fans of the show, or folks who simply wish to lend a mysterious, apocalyptic, chiaroscuro ambience to their computer room may find this screen saver "just what they've seen in a vision". Within the ouroboros is a countdown of the time remaining until the millennium (which you can define as starting in 2000 or 2001, according to your own opinion on that momentous question). The image shifts its position on the screen every 10 minutes to avoid burning the phosphor in any given location.
    The Millennium Screen Saver is available exclusively for 32-bit Windows systems such as Windows 95 and Windows NT. If you're still running Windows 3.1, you undoubtedly have an adequate appreciation of apocalyptic events without the need for a screen saver to remind you of exogenous impending doom.
    "Millennium" and Millennium-related images and sounds are Trademarks and © Copyright 1997 FOX Broadcasting Company and must be used in a manner consistent with the FOX statement of policy regarding fan websites.

    Downloading and Installation

    After you've downloaded the program archive, extract the files it contains via Win-zip or a compatible archive extract program, then copy it to the directory where screen savers lurk on your system, as follows:
    Windows 95/98
    copy milscrsv.scr c:\windows\system\Millennium.scr
    Windows NT/2000
    copy milscrsv.scr c:\winnt\system32\Millennium.scr

    Windows XP

    For Windows XP, just download the file and unzip the millennium.scr file into the Windows/System32 folder.
    Downloading and Installing the Millennium Theme
    If you'd like the screen saver to be able to play the Millennium theme music when it starts up and when you press the Return key, you need to download an audio (.wav) file containing the theme and install it in the system directory where you copied the screen saver, Millennium.scr. The following links permit you to download the Millennium theme directly from the FOXWORLD Web site (not from this site). The theme is available in three different versions which trade off audio quality and download time; they are listed below in decreasing order of quality.
    If you simply click on these links, your browser will probably download the audio file, play it through your computer's speaker, and promptly discard it. To download the file to your computer, use your browser's "Save link as" or "Save target as" feature, which is usually accessed by clicking the right mouse button over the link (details vary from browser to browser and among different versions of a given browser--consult your browser's help information if you need assistance downloading files).

    Millennium Theme Audio Files
    Best quality: 22 kHz stereo, 2 megabytes.
    Medium quality: 11 kHz stereo, 1 megabyte.
    Low quality: 11 kHz monaural, 522 Kb.

    After downloading the theme file, copy it to the system directory where the screen saver resides (c:\windows\system for Windows 95, c:\winnt\system32 for Windows NT, c:\windows\system32 for Windows XP). The screen saver searches for theme files in decreasing order of quality--if you install more than one, the highest quality will be played. Before searching for the theme files available from FOXWORLD, the screen saver checks for the existence of a file named millenn.wav; if this file is present in the system directory, it is used as the theme. For example, you could make your own CD-quality recording off the air (for your own personal use) and place it in the system directory as millenn.wav--your recording will then be used by the screen saver. The millenn.wav file can be any audio file; if your taste runs to the absurd you could, for example, have the screen saver play the Flintstones theme instead of that from Millennium.

    Installing on Windows Vista & Windows 7

    Unzip the file MILSCRSV and place it in the C:\windows folder. It will then show up in your screensaver options under Personalise Windows. Tested okay on Vista 64-bit Home Premium and Windows 7 Home Premium edition. You can edit the settings for the screensaver from the usual Windows Control Panel. Either right click on the desktop background and click on Personalization or go to your Control Panel and then Appearence & Personalization > Personalization.


    After installing the screen saver, select it by using the Settings item on the Start menu to launch the Control Panel, then use the Display icon to launch the Display Properties panel or launch the Display Properties panel by right clicking on a blank area of your desktop.
    Click the Screen Saver tab and click in the Screen Saver drop-down list to display the screen savers installed. If you've copied Millennium.scr into the proper directory, "Millennium" should appear in this list; select it.
    Press the Preview button to test the screen saver.

    You'll probably want to customise the behaviour of the screen saver, particularly the occasions on which it makes noise, to those appropriate to the environment in which you're using it. Click the "Settings" button to display the screen saver's configuration dialogue, as illustrated below. Items in this dialogue are as follows:


    These boxes control which sound, if any, the screen saver makes when it starts. If Play theme is checked, the Millennium theme song is played. This is kind of cool when you first install the screen saver, but it gets old quickly, especially if you've set the screen saver wait to a relatively short interval. Play theme is enabled only if you've downloaded an audio file for the theme and installed it as described above. If Play theme is disabled or not checked, and Chime is checked, the "drum of doom" which punctuates segments in the show sounds instead. (The drum in the screen saver sounds much better than the link above, which was converted to monaural and resampled at a lower rate in the interest of quicker downloading.) If neither box is checked, the screen saver makes no sound upon activation.

    Chime at hour

    If this box is checked, the two-beat "drum of doom" sounds every hour, on the hour.

    Chime at half hour

    Checking this box causes a single beat from the drum of doom to herald the half-hour mark.

    Chime on exit

    If checked, the drum of doom sounds when a keystroke or mouse motion causes the screen saver to terminate.
    Show date and time
    It's not authentic Millennium Group issue, but nonetheless awfully handy for a screen saver to display the date and time; it avoids "waking up" your computer just to check the time, since you can instead just glance at the screen saver display. If you check this box, the date and time appear in discreet dark blue type above the ouroboros.

    Count down to

    According to conventional wisdom and the writers of Millennium, the next millennium begins at midnight on Saturday, January 1st, A.D. 2000. But if a millennium is one thousand years, that's wrong, because there was no year zero--the year 1 B.C. was followed by the year A.D. 1, and hence at the start of year 2000, only 1999 years will have elapsed since the beginning of the Christian Era! At the end of every decade we must endure nattering back and forth between the "round number" crowd and the "year counters", but this is the big one--decade, century, and millennium all at once, so the debate will be particularly intense this time. Have it your way! If you're a member of the 2001 crowd, just change the year. You can also change the month and day, permitting the screen saver to count down to any apocalyptic event you wish: your mother-in-law's birthday, for example.
    Count today in days remaining
    If this box is checked, the current day is included in the count of days remaining before the millennium. If not checked, the count includes only complete days, starting with tomorrow.

    Test mode

    What will happen when the millennium arrives (other than all the poorly designed software on your computer thinking the year is 1900, or in some cases, 1980)? Dunno, but if you can't stand the wait to see what this screen saver will do, just check this box, click OK, then use the "Preview" button to display the screen saver. It will rush through time at an accelerated rate, showing you what to expect when "The Time Has Come". Isn't it nice to know there's at least one piece of software on your computer that doesn't contain a "year 2000 bug"?

    Image size

    By default, the ouroboros and time remaining are sized to fill about 2/3 of the shorter dimension of your monitor's screen. This is comparable to the image seen in Millennium, and small enough to shift position on the screen occasionally to avoid burning in the phosphor (the "prime directive" for a screen saver). If you prefer an image of a different size, enter the size in pixels in this box. If you set the image size larger than the smaller dimension of your display, it will be automatically limited to fit on screen.
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  17. m=1000 - Millennium Tribute by Blithely Menace (2000)

    An amazing and beautiful collection of fan made, Millennium inspired music tracks originally released for free download in 2000. Blithely Menace, creator of each and every one of these brilliant and creative sound collages, originally posted all thirteen of the pieces over a period of time on the Foundry's web page. They originally remained online for a limited period of time. With the exception of World Serpent, they were removed back in 2001.

    01. The Midnight of The Century (part 1)
    02. Frankly Speaking
    03. One of Us
    04. Dark Knights
    05. Crusaders
    06. Revelations
    07. World Serpent
    08. Jerusalem
    09. Fire Brothers
    10. Inside My Head
    11. The Midnight of The Century (part 2)

    Track 0 and 12 were Millennium's opening and closing themes, since available as commercially purchasable music on the Millennium soundtracks, these have not been included here for legal reasons.
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  18. This Millennium Screensaver was the first originally produced for Millennium Desktop UK (the previous carnation of this website). Designed using Flash, the 'Millennium Ouroboros Screensaver' features Frank Black's classic Millennium Group Computer Network Log-In Screen but with an anti-clockwise rotating Ouroboros which fades away to show the various text. The countdown is static in this version. I hope to produce a new version with adjustable countdown.

    Installation: Extract zipped file from archive and double click Setup.exe to install.

    Requirements: Suitable for Windows 95/98/98SE/ME/XP. (Currently un-tested on Windows Vista.)

    Version History:
    v1.10 Speed increased slightly. Slight graphical improvements and sound no longer muted (which prevented Music CD's from playing in background).
    v1.0 Original version.

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  19. Jack Burns sent this beautiful spinning Millennium Ouroboros screensaver in on 16.01.02. I particularly like this one as it depicts the Ouroboros rotating on it's vertical plane (I think I got that right!). The Ouroboros is in the form of an .avi file which you can view independently.

    Thank you Jack for sending this in.

    Requirements: Windows 98SE/Windows XP.

    Installation: The download contains all the files in one archive. It includes the original readme.txt, zipped Avi Screen Saver Player and the actual zipped Ouroboros.avi file.

    Tip: You can also view the .avi file in Windows Media Player in Full Screen Mode.
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  20. The original spinning Ouroboros?

    Basically a rotating Ouroboros on your monitor. Thanks for sending it in Paulo.

    Requirements: Windows 98/SE/XP (Currently un-tested on Windows Vista).

    Installation: Download and extract the setup file.

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  21. Another excellent, must download Millennium screensaver, this time featuring the wonderful soliloquy from Season Two's finale episode, The Time Is Now. Spoken by Mr Lott, he reveals to Frank Black that the Group is uninterested in any single individual life, but feels its responsibility lies with the whole of mankind.

    Sadly, the Dark Millennium site disappeared during 2003. It returned briefly at a different web address but has now long since disappeared for good. It is available here for posterity.

    Requirements: 800x600 minimum screensize. Windows 98/XP. (Currently untested on Windows Vista).

    Installation: Download and extract the zipped file, open it to install.
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  22. This Millennium screensaver was released on the now long since disappeared 1996 official Fox Millennium website. It is now a victim of it's own age but is presented here for posterity. The screensaver flashes the words Wait, Worry and displays the Millennium logo. It also contains the terrifying screeching sound of Frank's visions.

    Requirements: Windows 95/98/98SE/WinXP* . (Incompatible with Windows Vista.)

    Installation: Download and unzip (extract the archived files).

    *Special instructions on how to get it to work on Windows XP.

    I've had a play around with it. It seems that within the zipped file if you double click on the install.exe file it will install the screensaver
    comprising of 2 files (named Install.scr and Install.exe) into your C:\Windows folder. Because Windows XP stores it's screensavers in the
    C:\Windows\System 32 folder, the Millennium screensaver will not show up in your screensaver list.

    Windows95 which was out at the time of the screensaver's release stored it's screensavers in the Windows folder and if you take a look you will see it's now in there. You can run the screensaver manually from in the C:\Windows folder but I've tried moving it into the System 32 folder (so it appears in the screensaver list) but it doesn't work.

    You can create a desktop shortcut to the screensaver and this works fine
    to manually start it in WindowsXP.

    Do this as follows:

    Open the downloaded zip file, millss95.zip.
    Double click the Install.exe file from inside the zipped archive. (extracting it first doesn't work for some reason). The message will be displayed "Screensaver Installed".
    Browse to your Windows folder and locate install.exe
    Right click on it and select Send To>Desktop (create shortcut)
    Go to your desktop and double click the shortcut and the screensaver will work.
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  23. Matt Bunch from Millennium Collections created this screensaver, which is based upon the fabled Spinning Ouroboros.

    Requirements: Win9x, WinXP, Win2K. Incompatible with Windows Vista.

    Installtion: Simply download and open the file to install.
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  24. Matt Bunch's lovely screensaver using Flash technology. Probably the best ever screensaver produced to accompany the series, it encompasses the opening quotations and proverbs from each episode of Millennium together with a corresponding screen-shot.

    Requirements: Win9x, WinMe, Win2000, or WinXP. (Currently un-tested on Windows Vista.)

    Installation: Download and run the file to install the screensaver.
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