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Season 3

46 :03x01 - The Innocents

Oct/02/1998
Eight months after the death of Catherine, Frank has moved back to Virginia and rejoined the FBI. Despite the Assistant Director being hesitate about putting Frank back in the field, he feels drawn to a case of a downed airplane. He soon meets an agent by the name of Emma Hollis who tries to help him as the crash appears to be tied to a mother and child caught in a house explosion. His pursuit of the truth maybe clouded by his belief that the Millennium Group are tied to the deaths, as they were of the death of his wife.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black | Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Katy Boyer as Attendant Woman | Katy Boyer as Attendant Woman | Ken Pogue as Tom Miller | Ken Pogue as Tom Miller | Averie Maddox as Fair-Haired Deena | Maxine Miller as Justine Miller | Maxine Miller as Justine Miller |
Co-Guest Stars: Doris Chillcott as Elderly Woman | Doris Chillcott as Elderly Woman | Judith McDowell as Dr. Luanne Chase | Judith McDowell as Dr. Luanne Chase |
Uncredited: Clayton Watmough as Assassin | Clayton Watmough as Assassin |
Featuring: Fran├žoise Yip as Stewardess #2 | Fran├žoise Yip as Stewardess #2 | Damon Gregory as Larry Palmer | Damon Gregory as Larry Palmer | Barry W. Levy as Passenger | Garvin Cross as Trucker | Frances Flanagan as Nurse | Frances Flanagan as Nurse | Gerry Nairn as NTSB Investigator | Gerry Nairn as NTSB Investigator

47 :03x02 - Exegesis

Oct/09/1998
After the death of yet another mother and child, Frank and Emma begin to see a pattern that ties back to a CIA project on remote viewing. Frank's fears are only exacerbated when Watts comes back into his life. Perhaps not coincidentally, more of the women who share a strange genetic relationship turn up murdered.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black | Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Katy Boyer as Attendant Woman | Ken Pogue as Tom Miller | Averie Maddox as Fair-Haired Deena | Averie Maddox as Fair-Haired Deena | Maxine Miller as Justine Miller | Maxine Miller as Justine Miller | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts |
Co-Guest Stars: Doris Chillcott as Elderly Woman | Doris Chillcott as Elderly Woman | William Richert as Tom Coty | William Richert as Tom Coty | Demetri Goritsas as Agent Dixon | Demetri Goritsas as Agent Dixon |
Uncredited: Bob Wilde as Mabius | Bob Wilde as Mabius |
Featuring: Barry W. Levy as Millennium Group Member | Barry W. Levy as Millennium Group Member | Tim Dixon as Forensic Doctor | Tim Dixon as Forensic Doctor | Ted Cole as Dr. Thomas | Ted Cole as Dr. Thomas | Frances Flanagan as Nurse | Frances Flanagan as Nurse
Director: Ralph Hemecker

48 :03x03 - TEOTWAWKI

Oct/16/1998
A shooting at a high school pep rally in Seattle leads the FBI to a single student before he turns up dead himself from a self-inflicted gunshot to the head. Investigating the student's recent behaviour leads Frank to believe it was a murder orchestrated to cover up something the boy discovered about the incoming year 2000.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Robert Wisden as Chris Carmody | Stephen James Lang as Det. Bob Giebelhouse | Stephen James Lang as Det. Bob Giebelhouse | Eric Keenleyside as Gary King | Laurie Murdoch as Jock Hauser | Laurie Murdoch as Jock Hauser | Andrew Johnston (1) as Principal Kalmer | Andrew Johnston (1) as Principal Kalmer | Michelle Skalnik as Kathy McNew |
Co-Guest Stars: John Gingell as Carlton King | John Gingell as Carlton King |
Featuring: Hilary Strang as Mrs. Carmody | Hilary Strang as Mrs. Carmody | Jeremy Guilbaut as Brant Carmody | Jeremy Guilbaut as Brant Carmody | Sasha McLean as Tammy Meador | Sasha McLean as Tammy Meador

49 :03x04 - Closure

Oct/23/1998
Emma becomes focused on a case of a man shot next door in a hotel for no discernible reason. Following him in his killing spree, she tries to make sense of his patterns. Sensing something personal in her investigation, Frank discovers she is haunted by the murder of her younger sister who was also killed for a reason she cannot understand.
Guest Stars: Garret Dillahunt as Rick Van Horn | Garret Dillahunt as Rick Van Horn | Shelley Owens as Joni | Michael Sunczyk as Peter | Michael Sunczyk as Peter |
Co-Guest Stars: Jason Gray-Stanford as Kyle | Dee Jay Jackson as Jay Cooper |
Featuring: Don McWilliams as Connor | Don McWilliams as Connor | Howard Siegel as Transient | Carol Alexander as Woman in Bar | Carol Alexander as Woman in Bar | Bob Dawson as Captain Kevin Mann | Tim Henry as Sheriff Taylor | Tim Henry as Sheriff Taylor | Christopher R. Sumpton as Tow Driver | Robert Luft as FPD Officer
Director: Daniel Sackheim

50 :03x05 - ...Thirteen Years Later

Oct/30/1998
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Special Guest Stars: KISS as Themselves | KISS as Themselves |
Guest Stars: Jeff Yagher as Mark Bianco | Jeff Yagher as Mark Bianco | Jim Pirri as Rowdy Beeman | Jim Pirri as Rowdy Beeman | Donnelly Rhodes as Sheriff Fritz Neuenschwander | Donnelly Rhodes as Sheriff Fritz Neuenschwander | Matthew Walker (1) as Sir Douglas Lotham | Matthew Walker (1) as Sir Douglas Lotham | Kate Luyben as Eva O'Malley/Marta Danbury |
Co-Guest Stars: Stefan Arngrim as Hugo Winston | Stefan Arngrim as Hugo Winston | Crystal Cass as Ramona/Mary | Crystal Cass as Ramona/Mary | Andre Danylieu as Mayor Dooley (credited as Andre Danyliu) | Andre Danylieu as Mayor Dooley (credited as Andre Danyliu) | Tanja Reichert as Ruby Dahl | Paul Stanley as Lew Carroll | Paul Stanley as Lew Carroll | Gene Simmons as Hector Leachman | Gene Simmons as Hector Leachman | Ace Frehley as Sick Cop | Ace Frehley as Sick Cop | Peter Criss as Nice Cop | Peter Criss as Nice Cop |
Featuring: Dana Grahame as Sarah Cryer | Dana Grahame as Sarah Cryer | Ted Kozma as Kenny Neiderman | Ted Kozma as Kenny Neiderman | Morgan Brayton as Assistant Director | Guy Fauchon as Movie Sheriff | Guy Fauchon as Movie Sheriff | Edmond Wong as Gaffer | Edmond Wong as Gaffer | Cavan Cunningham as Gaffer | Cavan Cunningham as Gaffer

51 :03x06 - Skull and Bones

Nov/06/1998
When skeletons of numerous people are found at a construction site for a new highway, the FBI sends Emma and Baldwin to investigate. Meanwhile, McClaren sends Frank to find a man who has been writing to the FBI about several missing persons, including the location of the mass of skeletons. As Frank learns about what the man knows, Emma begins to question why Watts and the Millennium Group are at the site.
Guest Stars: Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Arye Gross as Ed | Arye Gross as Ed | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | CCH Pounder as Cheryl Andrews | CCH Pounder as Cheryl Andrews | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts |
Featuring: Bob Wilde as Mabius | Jason Diablo as D.O.T. Foreman | Keir MacPherson as Technician | Keir MacPherson as Technician | Rob Freeman as Customs Officer | Rob Freeman as Customs Officer
Director: Paul Shapiro

53 :03x08 - Human Essence

Dec/11/1998
Emma's standing with the FBI is compromised when a drug addicted family member sends her an envelope with heroin. Frank follows her to Vancouver where she finds this relative who claims to have seen her fellow junkie turn into a monster after shooting up.
Guest Stars: Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Samaria Graham as Tamra Caffrey | Samaria Graham as Tamra Caffrey |
Co-Guest Stars: Darryl Quon as Pulga | Darryl Quon as Pulga | Rick Dobran as Johnny | Rick Dobran as Johnny | Hiro Kanagawa as Det. Rondell | Hiro Kanagawa as Det. Rondell | Winston Brown as House Staffer | Winston Brown as House Staffer | Stephen Chang as Mr. Ho | Stephen Chang as Mr. Ho |
Featuring: Mikela J. Mikael as Elissa | Mikela J. Mikael as Elissa | Jorge Vargas as Young Dealer (credited as Jorgito D. Vargas) | Jorge Vargas as Young Dealer (credited as Jorgito D. Vargas) | Donald Fong as Kai Lam | Donald Fong as Kai Lam | David MacKay as Medical Examiner

54 :03x09 - Omerta

Dec/18/1998
Frank takes Jordan to a small Vermont town to help cope with her first Christmas without her mother. There he helps a situation that leads he and the police to discover a mob hitman believed to have been killed ten years ago. Unfortunately, his resurfacing has some negative repercussions, especially when the two mysterious women who helped save his life become potential targets.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black | Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Bob Morrisey as Earl Parker | Bob Morrisey as Earl Parker | James DiStefano as Boney Nerone | James DiStefano as Boney Nerone | Michelle Beauchamp as Rose | Michelle Beauchamp as Rose | Keegan Connor Tracy as Lhasa (credited as Keegan Tracy) | R. Nelson Brown as Alryan (credited as rNelson Brown) | R. Nelson Brown as Alryan (credited as rNelson Brown) | Jon Polito as Eddie Scarpino Giannini | Jon Polito as Eddie Scarpino Giannini |
Uncredited: Annabel Kershaw as Carol | Annabel Kershaw as Carol |
Featuring: Salvatore Sortino as Paolo Stefano | Nicole Robert as Front Desk Clerk | Nicole Robert as Front Desk Clerk | Patrick Keating as Dr. Rice
Director: Paul Shapiro

55 :03x10 - Borrowed Time

Jan/15/1999
Frank and Emma investigate a case of people drowning on dry land. After realising that all of the victims cheated death, Frank believes Jordan is the next victim when she begins showing symptoms of the same illness she had when they first moved to Seattle before it went away.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black | Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Amanda Tapping as Dr. Cantor | Amanda Tapping as Dr. Cantor |
Co-Guest Stars: Bill Dow as CDC Examiner | Bill Dow as CDC Examiner | Kim Hawthorne as Nurse | Kim Hawthorne as Nurse | Jenny-Lynn Hutcheson as Little Girl | Aundrea MacDonald as Girl's Mother | Tonjha Richardson as Business Woman | Tonjha Richardson as Business Woman | Colin Murdock as Business Man | Colin Murdock as Business Man |
Featuring: Andrew Wheeler as Priest | Tom Pickett as Train Conductor | Tom Pickett as Train Conductor | Nina Roman as Gertrude Epstein | Paul Magel as Orthodox Son | Robert Thurston as R.I.L. Director | Kerry Sandomirsky as R.I.L. Woman | Kerry Sandomirsky as R.I.L. Woman | David Pauls as Yuppie | David Pauls as Yuppie | Ted Cole as Paramedic | Ben Derrick as Track Controller | Ian Marsh as Track Controller | Ian Marsh as Track Controller | Ingrid Tesch as Mom with Camera | Ingrid Tesch as Mom with Camera | Corey Stovin as Patrick Varad | Corey Stovin as Patrick Varad
Director: Dwight Little

57 :03x12 - The Sound of Snow

Feb/05/1999
Frank receives a cassette with nothing but white noise. His investigation as to its origin and purpose leads him back to Seattle where he finds others received the same thing and committed bizarre acts of suicide soon afterwards. Despite the danger, he continues to subject himself to the tape's power as the horror of Catherine's death relives in his mind.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Stephen James Lang as Det. Bob Giebelhouse | Jessica Tuck as Alice Severin | Jessica Tuck as Alice Severin | Megan Gallagher as Catherine Black |
Co-Guest Stars: Deanna Milligan as Carol Wheatley | Christina Jastrzembska as Mrs. Wheatley |
Featuring: Trevor White as Doug Scaife | Todd Ritchey as Jerry Origo | Ryan Robbins as Mailer | Ryan Robbins as Mailer | Mark McConchie as Home Owner
Songs: James Carr -- The Dark End of the Street

59 :03x14 - Matryoshka

Feb/19/1999
After a former FBI agent kills himself, Frank and Emma begin investigating his last case 50 years ago before he abruptly resigned from the Bureau. Watts being his last visitor leads them to believe it may have something to do with the Millennium Group.
Guest Stars: Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Dean Winters as Young Michael Lanyard | Dean Winters as Young Michael Lanyard | Barbara Bain as Lilly Unser | Barbara Bain as Lilly Unser | Mark Houghton as Dr. Alexander | Mark Houghton as Dr. Alexander | Peter Hanlon as Clyde Tolson | Peter Hanlon as Clyde Tolson | David Fredericks (1) as Hoover | David Fredericks (1) as Hoover | Marie Stillin as Natalie | Marie Stillin as Natalie | Wally Dalton as Michael Lanyard | Wally Dalton as Michael Lanyard | Matthew Walker (1) as Group Elder | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts |
Co-Guest Stars: Ocean Hellman as Young Lilly Unser | Vince Metcalfe as General Groves | Vince Metcalfe as General Groves | Mecca Menard as Young Natalie | Mecca Menard as Young Natalie |
Featuring: Moneca Stori as Secretary (credited as Monica Gemmer) | Tiffany Burns as Reporter | Alex Ferguson as Dr. Caton | Alex Ferguson as Dr. Caton | Jim Thorburn as Agent

60 :03x15 - Forcing the End

Mar/19/1999
A pregnant woman is kidnapped by a small group of radical Jews who intend to raise the child to be the priest to welcome the messiah. Emma has trouble shaking the suspicion that the Millennium Group has some hand to play.
Guest Stars: Andreas Katsulas as Moses Gourevitch | Andreas Katsulas as Moses Gourevitch | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Juliet Landau as Jeanie Bronstein | Juliet Landau as Jeanie Bronstein | Peter Wilds as Daniel Bronstein | Peter Wilds as Daniel Bronstein | Shae Popovich as Rachel Levinson | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts |
Uncredited: Willy Rose (2) as Agent Forest | Willy Rose (2) as Agent Forest |
Featuring: Jason Emanuel as Cult Member | Klodyne Rodney as Security Guard | Klodyne Rodney as Security Guard | Anthony Santiago as Print Tech

61 :03x16 - Saturn Dreaming of Mercury

Apr/09/1999
Frank becomes concerned when Jordan begins harassing a boy at school, claiming his father is evil. His concern is only furthered when things begin to relate to a case Frank and Emma are working on.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black | Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Michael Bofshever as Will Sanderson | Michael Bofshever as Will Sanderson | Colleen Winton as Jean Sanderson | Colleen Winton as Jean Sanderson | Dillon Moen as Lucas Sanderson | Dillon Moen as Lucas Sanderson | Gabrielle Rose (1) as Judy Scranton |
Co-Guest Stars: Jane Perry (1) as Principal Hawes | Jane Perry (1) as Principal Hawes | Connor Widdows as Calvin Scranton | Connor Widdows as Calvin Scranton |
Featuring: Helen Taylor as ER Nurse | Helen Taylor as ER Nurse | Ian Robison as ER Doctor | D. Neil Mark as Police Officer | D. Neil Mark as Police Officer | Paul Dickson (2) as Firefighter | Paul Dickson (2) as Firefighter | Sarah Jane Redmond as Lucy Butler | Sarah Jane Redmond as Lucy Butler
Director: Paul Shapiro

62 :03x17 - Darwin's Eye

Apr/16/1999
The FBI investigates an escaped mental patient who decapitated her father and an orderly. Emma, who is faced with her father suffering from dementia, helps and tries to find patterns that may not be there.
Guest Stars: Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Tracy Middendorf as Cass Doyle | Tracy Middendorf as Cass Doyle | Peter Simmons as Joe Doherty | Peter Simmons as Joe Doherty | Kevin McNulty as Dr. Arnett | Kevin McNulty as Dr. Arnett | John Beasley as James Edward Hollis | John Beasley as James Edward Hollis |
Co-Guest Stars: Lesley Ewen as Dr. Heath | Lesley Ewen as Dr. Heath |
Featuring: Alex Zahara as Dane | Alex Zahara as Dane | Kurt Evans as Clerk | Camyar Chai as Ranjit Patel (credited as Cam Chai) | Shawna Delgaty as Young Cass | Shawna Delgaty as Young Cass
Director: Kenneth Fink

63 :03x18 - Bardo Thodol

Apr/23/1999
During a raid led by Emma, the FBI discovers several severed hands packed in ice. Pulled by a strange message, Frank investigates and discovers a doctor who worked for the Millennium Group and is now dying from a strange affliction while taking sanctuary at a Buddhist temple. Meanwhile, the discovery of the hands gets more bizarre and Emma begins chasing pathways she believes will lead to the involvement of the Millennium Group.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: James Hong as Monk | James Hong as Monk | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Tzi Ma as Dr. Takashi | Tzi Ma as Dr. Takashi | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts |
Co-Guest Stars: Bob Wilde as Mabius | Bob Wilde as Mabius | Trevor White as Doug Scaife | Patrick McManus (1) as Agent | Patrick McManus (1) as Agent |
Featuring: Daniel Bacon as Bio-Tech | Daniel Bacon as Bio-Tech | Jefferson Dylan as Harbor Cop | Hiro Kanagawa as Shopkeeper | Hiro Kanagawa as Shopkeeper | Kevan Ohtsji as Hotel Clerk | Kevan Ohtsji as Hotel Clerk | Anees Peterman as Receptionist | Sean Millington as Guard

64 :03x19 - Seven and One

Apr/30/1999
Frank begins to receive more threatening Polaroids. This time they are of him, altered to show him drowning, demonstrating how personally he's being targeted as it recalls a terrible childhood memory. Emma tries to help, but everyone else at the FBI begin to question his mental wellness.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Dean Norris as Del Boxer | Dean Norris as Del Boxer | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | Ken Pogue as Tom Miller | Ken Pogue as Tom Miller | Maxine Miller as Justine Miller | Maxine Miller as Justine Miller |
Co-Guest Stars: Bob Wilde as Mabius | Norman Armour as Father Yahger | Judith McDowell as Therapist | Brad Loree as Suited Man | Brad Loree as Suited Man |
Featuring: Andrew Francis as Frank's Brother | A.J. Adamson as Young Frank | Mike Dopud as Clerk | Mike Dopud as Clerk | Conor Topley as Older Kid
Director: Peter Markle

65 :03x20 - Nostalgia

May/07/1999
Emma joins Frank as she revisits a town she grew up in to solve the murder of a young girl when her foot is found dug up. They discover she was the latest in a series of murders of similar girls. They soon find their perpetrator, but have nothing to prove it. Frank and Emma then have to investigate the first victim to find out what they need.
Guest Stars: Ted Marcoux as Jerry Neilson | Ted Marcoux as Jerry Neilson | David Barrera as Sheriff Tommy Briggs | David Barrera as Sheriff Tommy Briggs |
Co-Guest Stars: April Telek as Liddy Hooper | April Telek as Liddy Hooper | Jenn Griffin as Lana | Jenn Griffin as Lana |
Featuring: Lisa Marie Caruk as Jan McCall | Lisa Marie Caruk as Jan McCall | Jim Shield as Lee Smith | Blake Stovin as Deputy Wayne Johnson | Blake Stovin as Deputy Wayne Johnson | Ron Small as Ron Hauge | Ian Brown (1) as Minister | Ian Brown (1) as Minister | Paul Chevreau as Gravedigger | Paul Chevreau as Gravedigger | Madeleine Campbell as Cora | Madeleine Campbell as Cora | Kaitlyn Burke as Alicia | Kaitlyn Burke as Alicia | Linnea Sharples as Alicia's Mom | R. David Stephens as Agent | R. David Stephens as Agent

66 :03x21 - Via Dolorosa

May/14/1999
Days after Frank witnesses the execution of Ed Cuffle, the FBI investigates the murder of a couple he recognises as Cuffle's M.O. Meanwhile, Emma's father is getting worse when Watts makes an offer to help her.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black | Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Matthew Glave as Edward Cuffle | Jeff Parise as Lucas Wayne Barr | Jeff Parise as Lucas Wayne Barr | Kevin McNulty as Dr. Arnett | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts |
Co-Guest Stars: Mark Humphrey as Tommy Marcetti | Mark Humphrey as Tommy Marcetti | Andrew Wheeler as Father Murray | Andrew Wheeler as Father Murray | Trevor White as Doug Scaife |
Featuring: Ken Roberts (1) as Warden | Ken Roberts (1) as Warden | Carla Boudreau as Cyndie Dryden (credited as Carla White) | Paul Kane as John Dryden | Paul Kane as John Dryden | John Mann (1) as Detective Krebbs | Sarah MacAulay as Maria Jones | Sarah MacAulay as Maria Jones | Frida Betrani as Art Teacher | Frida Betrani as Art Teacher | Khaira Ledeyo as Suzie (credited as Khaira Le) | Khaira Ledeyo as Suzie (credited as Khaira Le)

67 :03x22 - Goodbye to All That

May/21/1999
Emma agrees with Frank that the bombing was done by the Millennium Group and not the killer when a subsequent series of events leave her to take McClaren's job when he retires in 6 months. When Frank confronts Watts, Watts begins to learn that he may not be privy to what the group is doing and that everyone is in danger - especially Frank and his daughter.
Starring Roles: Brittany Tiplady as Jordan Black |
Guest Stars: Peter Outerbridge as Special Agent Barry Baldwin | Stephen E. Miller as Andy McClaren | John Beasley as James Edward Hollis | John Beasley as James Edward Hollis | Jeff Parise as Lucas Wayne Barr | Jeff Parise as Lucas Wayne Barr | Kevin McNulty as Dr. Arnett | Jade Malle as Cheryl Kellough | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts | Terry O'Quinn as Peter Watts |
Co-Guest Stars: Anthony Harrison as Ken McGreevey | Trevor White as Doug Scaife | Trevor White as Doug Scaife |
Featuring: Jill Krop as Newscaster | Jill Krop as Newscaster | Jessica Schreier as Barbara Watts | Jessica Schreier as Barbara Watts | Richard Stroh as Paramedic | Richard Stroh as Paramedic | Frida Betrani as Art Teacher | Frida Betrani as Art Teacher | Michael Tamburi as John Chambers | Clare Lapinskie as Lily Chambers
Type: Scripted
Genres: Crime, Drama, Horror/Supernatural, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Status: Canceled
Airs: Fridays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: October 25, 1996
Ended: May 21, 1999
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