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Millennium: ...Thirteen Years Later

A horror movie is being made about a case Frank solved 13 years prior, in which people were killed in ways that mirrored classic horror films. Now, a new string of killings is happening that features the same M.O. Frank and Emma are brought on to the set in hopes that Frank can stop the copycat just like he did the original.

Episode Info


Episode number: 3x5
Production Number: 3ABC05
Airdate: Friday October 30th, 1998



Special Guest Stars
KISSKISS
As Themselves

Guest Stars
Donnelly RhodesDonnelly Rhodes
As Sheriff Fritz Neuenschwander
Recurring
Matthew Walker (1)Matthew Walker (1)
As Sir Douglas Lotham
Recurring
Kate LuybenKate Luyben
As Eva O'Malley/Marta Danbury
Recurring
Jeff YagherJeff Yagher
As Mark Bianco
Jim PirriJim Pirri
As Rowdy Beeman

Co-Guest Stars
Stefan ArngrimStefan Arngrim
As Hugo Winston
Recurring
Crystal CassCrystal Cass
As Ramona/Mary
Recurring
Guy FauchonGuy Fauchon
As Movie Sheriff
Recurring
Andre DanylieuAndre Danylieu
As Mayor Dooley
Tanja ReichertTanja Reichert
As Ruby Dahl
Paul StanleyPaul Stanley
As Lew Carroll
Gene SimmonsGene Simmons
As Hector Leachman
Ace FrehleyAce Frehley
As Sick Cop
Peter CrissPeter Criss
As Nice Cop
Dana GrahameDana Grahame
As Sarah Cryer
Ted KozmaTed Kozma
As Kenny Neiderman
Morgan BraytonMorgan Brayton
As Assistant Director
Edmond WongEdmond Wong
As Gaffer
Main Cast
Lance HenriksenLance Henriksen
As Frank Black
Klea ScottKlea Scott
As Special Agent Emma Hollis
Episode Notes
Although a killer influenced by horror films is on par with the premise of the film Scream, the plot of murders revolving around a film being made based on "real" events is remarkably similar to Scream 3, which also starred Lance Henriksen.



Episode Goofs
When watching the original Halloween with Emma, Frank comments on Michael Myers being Laurie's sister. However, this plot angle is absent in the first film, added only retrospectively in the sequel.

Frank observes that Mrs. Voorhees from Friday the 13th adopts a hockey mask persona, but she never dons the hockey mask, an iconic horror symbol that does not even appear until the third film. To add confusion to this, the tape that Emma puts in the VCR is Friday the 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan.



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