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From the album: Frank Black's JeepAn image of Frank Black's red Jeep Cherokee as seen during the Millennium Season 3 episode, Seven and One.
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This is the only episode I have only seen once, it's orignal airdate, until just today. I really like it, it looks fantastic, I was actaully blown away. It's almost like seeing a MLM episode I've never seen, it's been so long. I've seen the rest a million times over. I know the inconisistancies of Franks brothers and the Ed Cuffle issue have brought up but did anyone else notice how the video tape of Frank's thearpy session that is line-by-line the same from "The Innocents" is actually a different perfomance, or take of the same scene. I noticed because the orinal one is phenonmanal and made a huge impression. Why use a different take? The mistakes in "Seven and One" seem so obvious I don't understand them, especially on a show where they normally pay so much attention to detail. Also Frank says to the preacher that the attacker looked like the man that took them origanlly and is dead? Ed Cuffle? But the attacker is Mabius. I even checked the credits and he is listed as Mabius so it's not just the same actor. What the F***? This seems like an episode that was meant to say alot, even as far as to be the series finale, I've read. If he is indeed Mabius, then that would have a huge impact on Frank's view of the Group, shouldn't it? Frank doesn't seem to think that the Group is corrupted by Evil but simply run by bad men. Mabius is portrayed up to this point as simply the Group's hitman, not supernatural. I would like to hear any responses or thoughts. And just for the record I am not a season three hater by any means. In fact, I think it has aged extremly well. This show, and specifically this season was way ahead of it's times. I mean, it opens with terrorists downing an airplane! Plus the issue of bio-terrorism, stem-cell research, and religous fanaticism as a bad thing (compared to seasong two were it was a good thing. Compare "Owls/Roosters" with "Forcing the End.")