Millennium (1996–1999)
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Collateral Damage 

A disgruntled war veteran kidnaps Peter Watts' daughter in order to force him to confess to the world the horrific sins of the Millennium Group.


Thomas J. Wright


Chris Carter (created by), Michael R. Perry




Episode credited cast:
Lance Henriksen ... Frank Black
Terry O'Quinn ... Peter Watts
Klea Scott ... Agent Emma Hollis
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tony Alcantar ... Chuck
Kaare Anderson Kaare Anderson ... Raid Agent
Jacinda Barrett ... Taylor Watts
Art Bell ... Himself
Brendan Fehr ... Nick Carfagna
David Lewis ... FBI Technician
Bill Marchant ... David Cougar
James Marsters ... Eric Swan
Laura Mennell ... Sorority Sister #1
Stephen E. Miller ... Assistant Director Andy McClaren
Terry David Mulligan ... Dr. Harvey
Jessica Schreier ... Barbara Watts


Peter's (Terry O'Quinn) daughter is kidnapped by a Gulf War veteran who hopes to force the Millennium Group into admitting their crimes. Frank (Lance Henriksen) and Emma (Klea Scott) attempt to help, but Peter seems determined not to betray the secrets of the Group.

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Release Date:

22 January 1999 (USA) See more »

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1.33 : 1
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Chris Carter's other masterpiece, although he didn't do much!!
27 January 2006 | by tomduckworth18See all my reviews

One of the better episodes from a disappointing season 3 in witch the show changed producers yet again and unfortunately the new guys gave in to corporate censors to deliver a much more watered down version than that of the shows season 2 high point. This episode sees Peter Watts' daughter kidnapped and he must ultimately choose between his daughter or the MillenniuM group, it's refreshing to see Peter in the endearing role he portrayed throughout season 1 + 2. The villain he was presented as at the start of this season and unfortunately again later on in the series was unpopular as was the decision to send Frank Black back to the F.B.I. Most agree it would've made more sense and been more interesting for Frank to investigate the group from the inside thus remaining a member.

The whole show is however still a must see, even the lesser episodes are a lot more compelling than anything else you would see on television and yes that coupled with Lance Henriksen's mesmerising turn as Frank Black means that MillenniuM is in my opinion better than the X-Files.

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