Paper Dove (1)

Season 1, Ep 22, Aired 5/16/97
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  • Episode Description
  • While visiting Catherine's family in Virginia, Frank is asked to help clear the name of a man accused of killing his wife. To his surprise, however, Frank finds that the situation hits closer to home than he initially thought.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Megan Gallagher

    Catherine Black

  • Lance Henriksen

    Frank Black

  • Walon Green

  • Ted Mann

  • Thomas J. Wright

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • This episode was weird.

    By farscapefanuk, Jun 17, 2007

  • What a way to end the season...

    By jamoon2006, Feb 19, 2007

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (13)

    • Jordan: Oh, Mommy, isn't it beautiful? Catherine: Yes, it is. It's lovely. Jordan: Thank you. Adele: Origami -- it relaxes me. That isn't one of the harder ones. Catherine: It's beautiful, Mrs. Hunzinger. Adele: There's no way to say what I feel. Thank you. Frank: I'm glad I could help.

    • Frank: Henry Dion. Henry: Uh-oh... You! Frank: Uh-uh. Don't move, Henry. Henry: I won't move... She's dead. The important thing is we finally came to understand each other, isn't that right, Frank?

    • Marie: I hear my little man out there... Henri? Henri? Come in here and see your darling mama. Henry: Later, mom. Promise. Marie: Oh, sure, you promise, but how you keep when you don't know what you promise? You got to read the list, my little man. Henry: Okay. I'll do it when I get back. Marie: Don't make me get that wooden spoon, Henri... You know you hate that wooden spoon. You do it now and then I know it's done, you don't forget. Oh, don't look so glum, my little man, eh? I know how to make you smile, eh? I know how to cheer you up... Yeah, yeah, yeah... Look at that! That never fail to work! Good, now. Now, you give for me a big, big hug, come on, my big boy.

    • Henry: I'm not playing with you anymore in any way. Understand? I'll annihilate your sleep forever because I'm sure as hell going to let the public know that what's happening to them is because of you... your stupidity and Frank Black! I know about Frank Black, yes. Now, you go back and you find her, damn it! She's in those woods alone! I might as well let you know, Mr. Kane, that I intend to terrorize D.C. until there are soldiers in the streets corners. Kane: You're misunderstanding me. Henry: Do not talk to me! This city is just one small room in my playground. I've decided to take my stake in America, lay claim to my own peculiar heritage. The 'moron' is going to wander far and wide through the land and kill and kill and kill...

    • Henry: I'm not worried about it. They'll find her. It's tough terrain, but the area I told them is under a couple of hundred acres... You have to take two yellows and a blue. Now, you be a good girl and swallow for Henry... She was a listener, like you. Here. Check these... You okay down below, Mrs. S., hmmm? You make a tiddle? A big job? Need a change?... I want those back. They're my originals. I'll give you your copies the usual way... I feel good. I... I don't feel lonely, Mrs. S. Figure: I got a new batch. Mrs. Steinberg: I like to take the bus. You meet people. Henry: Now, these... Figure: That's his wife. Mrs. Steinberg: I never liked Scotland. Too cold. Too many drunks. Henry: Too bad. These aren't right. I can spot a listener. Figure: Keep them. You never know. Henry: They'll work for someone. Figure: Yeah. There's always someone. Mrs. Steinberg: In Scotland, a man threw up... in my handbag! Henry: Sad what age does.

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    Notes (2)

    • Marie France Dion has a French-Canadian accent.

    • Features the song "Stranger in the House" by Wayne Kramer.

    Allusions (2)

    • Character Names: Agent Emmerich and Agent Devlin The character names "Agent Emmerich" and "Agent Devlin" are a nod to Roland Emmerich and Dean Devlin executive producers of The Visitor which was Millennium's Friday night lead-in show on Fox from 1997 to early 1998. The Visitor was canceled midway through its first season.

    • Episode Quote: And now there is merely silence, silence, silence, saying All we did not know.
      This quote comes from a poem by William Rose Benét entitled "Sagacity", "Oh, ours was all knowing then, all generous displaying./ Such wisdom we had to show./ And now there is merely silence, silence, silence saying/ All we did not know."

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