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  • Elders (Admins)

The Innocents

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The third season premiere brought with it an updated and altered variant of the show's opening credits sequence. The show's tagline was changed from "this is who we are, the time is near" to "wait, worry, the time is near," a number of new images were added to the sequence, and Klea Scott's name and face took the place Megan Gallagher's. Millennium's opening titles changed with every new season.

Credit: Brian Dixon, The Millennial Abyss

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Exegesis

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512: The number by which the elderly woman was known.

Daniel 5:12

"Forasmuch as an excellent spirit, and knowledge, and understanding, interpreting of dreams, and shewing of hard sentences, and dissolving of doubts, were found in the same Daniel, whom the king named Belteshazzar: now let Daniel be called, and he will shew the interpretation."

Credit: dontbesodark of TIWWA

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Exegesis is the act of exposition or explanation, especially a critical interpretation of a text or portion of Scripture. In this episode, Frank struggles to explain or interpret the facts before him and the symbolic visions he receives while talking with 512.

Credit: Brian Dixon, The Millennial Abyss

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TEOTWAWKI

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In the episode - when Hollis is checking the murdered son's computer for messages, I found the following...now if you notice the episode is Written by Chris Carter and Frank Spotnitz, and directed by Thomas J. Wright..in the sender field this is what I found upon freezing the screen:

Frank_S@pinkchaos.net

ThomasW@westmedia.net

ChrisC@frostbite.net

and last but not least, a reference to Chip Johanssen

ChipJ@frostbite.net

Credit: The Fourth Horseman of TIWWA

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Closure

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...Thirteen Years Later

MLM Code: #MLM-305

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The name of the cameraman shown on the clapper board is Sluvap Enitnelav. In reverse, this is Valentine Pavuls, assistant property manager.

Credit: Libby of TIWWA

The quote that begins the episode ("Never believe anything you see on Halloween." -- Reverend M. Goodman, October 31, 1985) was created as a deliberate nod to Mr. Morry Goodman. Michael R. Perry, the episode's writer, has noted that Goodman was one of the censors working on the show's third season and that he often gave the series great leeway when it came to presenting the necessary gore, violence, and sexuality.

Credit: Brian Dixon of The Millennial Abyss

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Skull and Bones

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Emma visits the town library in Fingus. There is a panel which says "Eminent Domain - Who has to move?" and there's a list of names below the heading. One of the names is "Eija Johnson", who appears in the end titles as assistant art director.

Credit: dontbesodark of TIWWA

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Through a Glass, Darkly

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Omerta

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Human Essence

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Borrowed Time

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In the beginning, as the priest is giving Jordan her final rites, there is a small table with several religious objects. On that table is a small clock whose time shows 10:13. Also as the priest pulls his pocket***ch out to look at it, the time is also 10:13.

Credit: Fourth Horseman of TIWWA

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Collateral Damage

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The Sound of Snow

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Antipas

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Timestamp: 2:13

Revelations 2:13

I know thy works, and where thou dwellest, even where Satan's seat is: and thou holdest fast my name, and hast not denied my faith, even in those days wherein Antipas was my faithful martyr, who was slain among you, where Satan dwelleth.

Credit: dontbesodark and The Fourth Horseman of TIWWA

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Matryoshka

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Forcing the End

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Saturn Dreaming of Mercury

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In a scene in Jordan's bedroom, several lettered blocks are shown, four of which are C, H, I and P: A reference to Chip Johannessen (writer, executive producer).

Credit: JRC of TIWWA

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Bardo Thodol

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Darwin's Eye

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Seven and One

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Nostalgia

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Via Dolorosa

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Goodbye To All That

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In the last episode of Millennium, "Goodbye To All That", Emma is snooping on Douglas's computer. She clicks on the browse bar of the Bureau Records Search Engine, and just for a brief moment you can see the drop-down search history with names that have been written there before:

* Cathy Gilroy (aka Kathy Gilroy-Sereda): production manager in all the episodes of season 1 except the Pilot, associate producer/production manager throughout S2 and production manager throughout S3.

* Mark Lane: set decorator throughout seasons 2 and 3.

Credit: dontbesodark of TIWWA

Two other names on the list:

* Teddy Mann

* Robert Moresco

Both worked on Season 1 as producers and helped write such episodes as 'The Judge', 'Loin Like a Hunting Flame', 'Broken World', and 'Paper Dove'.

Credit: betweenthelines of TIWWA

Aliases of Lucas Barr, shown on Peter Watts' computer:

* Chuck Holland (Charles D Holland, writer)

* Robert Moresco (writer)

* Teddy Mann (Ted Mann, writer)

Credit: se7en, formerly of TIWWA

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Ed Cuffle always entered a residence through an unlocked front door. When Lucas Barr carried out the first murder he entered through the front door, yet when the maid arrives the next morning the door is locked.

Credit: Fourth Horseman and others of TIWWA

Edited by Libby

Libby

"Humans need fantasy to be human. To be the place where the falling angel meets the rising ape." Terry Pratchett

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Hey everyone,

I wonder if someone has already posted on this before. Didn't find any previous posts concerning this, though.

In Seven and One there's a scene where Frank is looking at some papers, namely a list of websites (scene/chapter 13 on DVD). One of the websites is titled Seven Years Plus One (etc.) Here's my thing: the site has been last modified on 13-Oct-98. That is 98-10-13.

This might be just a coincidence, of course.

With much love,

dbsd

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Hey everyone,

I wonder if someone has already posted on this before. Didn't find any previous posts concerning this, though.

In Seven and One there's a scene where Frank is looking at some papers, namely a list of websites (scene/chapter 13 on DVD). One of the websites is titled Seven Years Plus One (etc.) Here's my thing: the site has been last modified on 13-Oct-98. That is 98-10-13.

This might be just a coincidence, of course.

With much love,

dbsd

Nicely spotted, dbsd! I'll be adding your note to the database and I'll be editing the trivia list here as well.

Libby

"Humans need fantasy to be human. To be the place where the falling angel meets the rising ape." Terry Pratchett

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Nicely spotted, dbsd! I'll be adding your note to the database and I'll be editing the trivia list here as well.

Many thanks, Libby! :)

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Guest ___ L@the_of_Heaven___
Hey everyone,

I wonder if someone has already posted on this before. Didn't find any previous posts concerning this, though.

In Seven and One there's a scene where Frank is looking at some papers, namely a list of websites (scene/chapter 13 on DVD). One of the websites is titled Seven Years Plus One (etc.) Here's my thing: the site has been last modified on 13-Oct-98. That is 98-10-13.

This might be just a coincidence, of course.

With much love,

dbsd

VERY impressive DBSD!!! :yes:

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Well spotted - amazing how these references are still being discovered as we approach Millennium's 10th birthday!

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As an addition to a previous post on this scene..

Episode: Goodbye To All That

Scene: Emma is "KGB'ing" Douglas's "stuff" on his computer. She clicks the browse bar, and for a very short moment a list of names can be seen there on a drop-down search history.

A couple of names on that list:

Ross Framo; according to IMDb, he was a computer playback operator in the MM crew.

Scott Steyns; according to IMDb, he was a playback coordinator in the MM crew.

I'm pretty sure that neither of these two have been mentioned in the credits of any MM episode.

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Well spotted! I'll add your latest finds to the database - but that'll probably be later this week as I'm tied up with work-related stuff.

Libby

"Humans need fantasy to be human. To be the place where the falling angel meets the rising ape." Terry Pratchett

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Thanks again! Well spotted! :swingin:

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Guest Theo Hiswrae

Greetings Everyone!

Tonight I caught a small continuity blooper in MLM#304 "Closure": During the scene where Richard van Horn and Peter shoot out the windows of the hijacked bus we see glass fragments flying all over the parking lot.

However, after they exit the bus and the driver begins to back out, the scene cuts away to a new angle in which there is no visible glass on the pavement. doh.gif

It was a quick shot, and I may have just not seen it, can anyone verify this?

Thanks!

~Theo

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