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Millennium

Season 2 Episode 11

Goodbye, Charlie

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Aired Friday 9:00 PM Jan 09, 1998 on FOX
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Goodbye, Charlie
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Frank and Lara investigate to try and stop a ''killer'' that seems to enjoy helping terminally ill patients commit suicide. The killer is unlike anyone Frank has ever had to face in all his years as a profiler. But what it really comes down to is the motivation of the murders mercy... or murder?moreless

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    Stefan Arngrim

    Stefan Arngrim

    Delbert

    Guest Star

    Bethoe Shirkoff

    Bethoe Shirkoff

    Mabel Shiva

    Guest Star

    Ally Warren

    Ally Warren

    Officer Nello

    Guest Star

    Stephen J. Lang

    Stephen J. Lang

    Det. Bob Geibelhouse

    Recurring Role

    Kristen Cloke

    Kristen Cloke

    Lara Means

    Recurring Role

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • Steven Kiley: Linda, Linda, listen to me. Now this is some tough love, Linda. He may say he's sorry but he will do it again, won't he. The only way to help him, to help yourself, Linda, is to never allow this to happen again. Your life is too precious, too sacred, to waste it in this vicious cycle. All right, good, good for you, Linda. Now my name is Steven and you can call for me any time. Good. God bless you, Linda. Bye-bye.

      • "Let us go in
        the fog is rising."
        ---- Emily Dickinson, her last words, 1886

    • NOTES (3)

      • This is the second time "Goodbye, Charlie" has been featured. The first time was in the episode "Monster."

      • "Goodbye, Charlie" is a song by Bobby Darin. Many times previously in the series, whenever Frank is listening to music in his car or on his CD player, he is listening to Bobby Darin. This seems to be a favorite of one of the producers, because we also see that in The X-Files, one of the episodes was named "Beyond the Sea", a Bobby Darin song, and that episode ended on "Beyond the Sea" just like this episode ended on "Goodbye, Charlie."

      • Features the songs "Seasons in the Sun" by Terry Jacks, "Goodbye Charlie" by Bobby Darin, and "The Right Side of Wrong" by Marty Jensen and Jessie Fanion.

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