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...Thirteen Years Later
Season 3, Episode 5
Airdate October 30, 1998
Production Number 3ABC05
Written by Michael R. Perry
Directed by Thomas J. Wright
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...Thirteen Years Later is the fifth episode of the third season of Millennium, and the fiftieth episode overall.

Starring: Lance Henriksen (Frank Black), Klea Scott (Special Agent Emma Hollis)

Guest Starring: Jeff Yagher (Mark Bianco), Jim Pirri (Rowdy Beeman), Donnelly Rhodes (Sheriff Fritz Neuenschwander), Matthew Walker (Sir Douglas Lotham), Kate Luyben (Eva O'Malley/Marta Danbury)

Special Appearance by KISS (Themselves)

Co-Starring: Stefan Arngrim (Hugo Winston), Crystal Cass (Ramona/Mary), Andre Danyliu (Mayor Dooley), Tanja Reichert (Ruby Dahl), Paul Stanley (Lew Carroll), Gene Simmons (Hector Leachman), Ace Frehley (Sick Cop), Peter Criss (Nice Cop)

Featuring: Dana Grahame (Sarah Cryer), Ted Kozma (Kenny Neiderman), Morgan Brayton (Assistant Director), Guy Fauchon (Movie Sheriff), Edmond Wong (Gaffer), Cavan Cunningham (Gaffer)


Plot Overview

With Emma, Frank investigates the set of a movie based on a case he was working 13 years ago after cast and crew begin to be murdered off.



  • Trinity, South Carolina


  • Kiss - "Psycho Circus"

Arc Advancement





The Show

  • 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.

Behind the Scenes

Allusions and References

Memorable Moments


  • Ruby's pool scene is shot with multiple angles and includes a part that would include some special effects and stunt coordination despite all being filmed with one camera and in one take.
  • 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.