HE WHO LAUGHS LAST...

Millennium is not known, shall we say, for its liberal use of comedy but we aficionados know better. Millennium had some acutely funny moments amongst its canon, not least in the masterpieces that are, 'Somehow Satan Got Behind Me' and 'Jose Chung's Doomsday Defense', courtesy of the genius, and I do mean genius, that is Darin Morgan.

Never ones to rest on our laurels the team at www.backtofrankblack.com are busy working on our next podcast before episode three has even been unveiled to the masses and we are devoting our attention to the very episodes mentioned above. With a guest from the cast of Millennium, an exclusive giveaway and more besides we hope to bring this fun filled spectacular to you in the future, until then, Frank Black needs you!


We want to know what you think the funniest lines in Millennium are, no need to wonder after mine, you can see them above. Rack those brains, watch those episodes and send us the moments that made you laugh and see all the submissions we receive feature in a special Blog entry we have lined up to coincide with the podcast. Easy really. Leave us a comment here at the blog or send us your thoughts to info@backtofrankblack.com.

Can't wait to see what you send us, till then, how many Frank Black's does it take to change a light bulb?

3 Responses to "HE WHO LAUGHS LAST..."

Maria said... May 28, 2009 at 12:33 PM

From "Dead Letters," Jordan and TC are tucked into bed and Frank is reading them a bed time story. He does a great imitation of a monkey. Hilarity ensues (and what adorable fuzzy headed kids they were!!).

Mark Hayden said... May 28, 2009 at 1:21 PM

Brilliant, thank you Maria. We have had loads of entries and rest assured, as many as possible, yours included will grace our Blog shortly before the release of Episode 4 of the podcast. Thank you for thinking of us! This is who we are!

Randal Graves said... May 30, 2009 at 8:35 AM

This is more creepy funny than 'ha ha' funny, but I can't help but think of the exchange between McLaren and Lucy Butler's lawyer in Antipas:

"I'll make sure you get everything you need. Now, can we have a little bit of room here."

"Make room for daddy."

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