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chagrin

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About chagrin

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    'Small Town Sherriff'

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    Orlando, Florida

Me on Millennium

  • Favorite Millennium Seasons
    2
  • Favorite Millennium Writers
    Glen Morgan & James Wong
  • Favorite Millennium Directors
    John Peter Kousakis
  1. chagrin

    "roosters"

    Necro post Still brings tears to my eyes, I can hardly watch the old man getting murdered. :(
  2. Clearly Peter, the shoes are a "dead" giveaway
  3. Even after all these years of watching the episode, is still one of the most memorable I've see on any presentation, he just nails it.
  4. Hi all, As usual I want to preface this with an "I'm sorry I do not come around to take part the discussions like I want to", I do sincerely want to wish you all a Happy Holiday season, whatever you celebrate, I hope it brings you even a day of peace.
  5. I joined in 2005 I think but haven't been back in quite a while. I just don't have the time but I still watch the show on my DVD sets and I am still deeply moved by every aspect of the show as I was in 1996 when I first began watching. Just recently I bought the Mark Snow CD, soundtrack - it's so deep I can't really listen to it in full, lol. As I sit here on a nightly basis or weekend and suffer through the garbage on Television I still wonder why the show was cancelled sometimes but then I realize - it was too good, it was ahead of it's time and way too deep for the masses to grab on to. In my opinion there has not been a comparable work written since. I'm so glad you keep it alive here, I'm thankful to be able to come back here and post. Oh I'd like to say that after all this time, my favorite episode is still Midnight of the Century (at least I think that's what I posted before but cannot remember, I changed my login name) but The Sound of Snow is a very close 2nd. Anyway, thanks for the space to post and keep up the good work!
  6. Thank you, actually I had just discovered that page on the site, lol! I posted too soon, gave up to quick, heh. Every Halloween I watch that episode...ah hell, I watch it several times a month; still the best show ever written thanks!
  7. Searching for the song in "Curse..." the be bop oldies type song about the demon singing, while Frank was in the jeep driving...anyone let me know the name please? Thanks!
  8. I agree, and look what TV did, "dumb it down" and write "profiler" and "medium" 2 vomitous shows that are blatant ripoffs of the idea of Frank Black, yeah that's a great idea!
  9. I couldn't get past the ramblings of the kid, it really turned me off; Frank always makes every episode worth watching at least once though.
  10. Heh, as usual I am opposite than most. Oh well, but yes - this show is my all time favorite and everytime I watch I still find it so hard to believe it's cancelled; absurd!
  11. chagrin

    A sad end

    In my mind, it's Peter Watts definitely. He already mentioned they'd kill him for helping Frank, and it's just the way I see it. I got closure although I agree that the "final" episode could have been so much better, and it does look they they threw it together. I am still pissed this series was cancelled, I can't believe the rating were that low; FOX hasn't replaced it yet, in my opinion, with anything worth a damn.
  12. As for me, I like almost all episodes. I haven't yet dipped back into Season 3 yet (it's been 3 years) but as for my opinion of bad episodes, Luminary is ridiculous, a kid runs away, tries to talk like an adult gets saved and then runs away again. I didn't buy any of it. It's not that I don't "get it", I do but I didn't buy the kid or the story. I don't think I can watch it again, although it's hard for me to stay away from the show, for long - heh
  13. chagrin

    Goodbye To All That

    In the battle between good and Evil.... I do not have season 3 on DVD yet, been a bad year for money. What are the words Fanks says at the end...anyone?
  14. chagrin

    The Curse of Frank Black

    Okay, I haven't read this anywhere yet, I have a question. This episode is probably my 3rd favorite of the series, excellent in all aspects - perfectly reflecting the life Frank Black has himself in; he's alone with his gift. Just a great episode. I want to know if any of you know what show (if it was a how, or something written for the episode) that the laughing claymation Devil comes from - I have no idea and am curious
  15. I cannot say for sure the specifice reason I like this episode so much, but I go back to it all the time. I enjoy Peter's search for "...Who we are" and it has some very comical moments that fight away my tendency to tear up" and alos I am a fan of historical stuff, so I liked that part of it (even though it was mostly fictional history). I never have been able to take "Bookman" from Seinfeld seriously in his role at the beginning as a Group Elder though. So I guess it's based upon the search for our history, the group's history, that I liked the most, and the music was extremely well crafted.
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