Ladies and gentlemen it's time, once again, for our masked avenger, wrestlemaniac and super powered reviewer DiRT to cast his x-ray vision upon another episode of Millennium and direct his considerable following in our direction in the process. This time it's time for a wander down to Bucksnort for season two's Beware of The Dog.

Beware Of The Dog sees Frank travel to Bucksnort, a small town where residents fear for their lives outdoors after the sun goes down, when packs of blood-thirsty dogs roam the streets. Here he discovers that the Millennium Group and its members may be far stranger than is common knowledge and that there may be truth to legends of demons who took on the form of canines. Whatever you think of this episode, kudos has to be given for introducing R.G. Armstrong as The Old Man, a character who was to become beloved of fans and rightly so. So grab some coffee with half-fat cream (and don't forget the cinnamon this time) let's see what DiRT thought shall we?

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Eric said... November 26, 2009 at 12:56 PM

As brilliant and these reviews are nothing is as brilliant as the choices he makes for the viewer comment pictures. I laughed so much. DiRT you are a very funny man. Happy Turkey Day to you too.

Jósef Karl said... November 26, 2009 at 1:39 PM

Hey, I'm still OLD!! What's up with that?

Ok, I'll rant like a senile man then.

Interesting seeing the preview for the episode, and when you think about it, this episode right after the season 2 premiere epiosde.

Where it was about how Frank went too far when he rescued Catherine from the Polaroid Man. In the episode The Thin White Line Catherine said to Frank that she believed in the goodness of him. She thinks Frank couldn't kill an evil person no more than herself or Jordan. So this kidnapping tipped the balance of Frank himself.

And in a way, that's what kept the visions at bay, that's my theory...or it was just too personal that it blinded his ability. And now this episode, Beware of Dog, is the start of his evolution or rebuilding of his ability. In the beginning of the episode all the visions he got was of Catherine or the yellow house (am I right, it was a while I watched it, so I'm not 100% sure how the visions were). So either, Frank is still thinking about this or the evil that lurks in the town via the dogs, the Polaroid Man and Legion is all connected.

With all this being said, it's quite strange that there's a place where the balance of good and evil can be disturbed.

I'll quit my ranting and ramblings, as I'm not sure I understand what've been writing. I'm pretty much just brainstorming here.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

George said... November 26, 2009 at 2:10 PM

Interesting theory. Wasn't it just after the killing of The Polaroid Man that Jordan stated that she saw angels leave her room. It later transpired that Jordan had an angelic gift like Lara's, I wonder if the event affected both Frank and Jordan's gifts in the same way. Interesting stuff. Great video man!

Jósef Karl said... November 26, 2009 at 3:25 PM

I think Jordan's gift is far superior than Frank's or Lara's...or even The Old Man.

She sensed a lot of things, angels, visions and whatnots. But she didn't have the understanding of what it all could mean.

And that is what would have been so great to see if they could have continued with the series.

- Jósef

Viivi said... November 27, 2009 at 3:12 AM

Awesome stuff! Very well made and interesting. And I'm more of a cat person too! :D

Cathi said... November 27, 2009 at 5:18 AM

Awesome work as always Dirt and very funny and very enjoyable. Happy Thanksgiving to all (sorry it's a bit late).

PS I still think this should have been in your top five Dirt and I may have to fight you about that lol

Anonymous said... November 27, 2009 at 6:59 AM

Working on Turkey day? I hope you paid him well lol Great video as ever. Keeping Millennium alive in the process. Superb.

Spooktalklaura said... November 27, 2009 at 8:20 AM

Yay my little ghostie is famous and made it to the big time in one of Dirt's videos.. I am so proud.. lol :) Thanks Dirt! :) Happy Thanksgiving and demand extra pay for working on Thanksgiving or at least extra turkey and pumpkin pie! lol

Vivi, Im a cat person too. :) I have a very old black cat named Salem and I have always grown up with cats. :)

Josef, you still are hot even as an old man. :)

Another great video Dirt and love the new mask. :)


David said... November 27, 2009 at 9:19 AM

Maybe this episode is not as deep as I try to make it out to be.I feel as though the whole episode is an allegorical statement about how people deal with evil.

The Old Man walks through the dogs because he doesn't fear evil.The towns people cower and fear,not willing to help or even look at what has happened,even to the point of sacrificing a couple of strangers.Never looking for answers,just waiting for someone to come and fix the problem(the sheriff).

One of my favorite scenes is when the Old Man asks Frank concerning the millennium "The Group or the event",and his eyes light up when he says "the event".showing his anticipation for the coming millennium.He was so good in this episode.

Jósef Karl said... November 27, 2009 at 11:19 AM

David, I hadn't thought of that, because The Old Man wasn't afraid of evil.

It makes sense, since in Roosters he said that he had seen the end of the world. His parents gassed at Auschwitz (it that how you spell it, if not blame it on spell check!)

- Jósef

RSWehman said... December 1, 2009 at 10:42 AM

Thanks DiRT for the references :)

I really enjoyed this review. Beware of the Dog is an excellent episode!

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