backtofrankblack exclusive – klea scott speaks!

Ladies and gentlemen, it is my pleasure to inform you of a very special edition of our Millennium Group Sessions Podcast to be released on Sunday 21st June. Klea Scott, Emma Hollis herself, spoke exclusively to BackToFrankBlack about her recollection of her time on Millennium for the first time since she provided the Season Three DVD commentary almost a decade ago.
We are indebted to Klea for the kindness, enthusiasm and support that she has shown us as well as the evident love she retains for the character she helped to create and the show she was in. In light of the amazing interview she gave us, this podcast release will be devoted entirely to her and her words. To hear what she recalls of her time on the show, of her warm relationship with Lance Henriksen and her reaction to Harsh Realm (one of the funniest moments on the show if you ask me) then there is only one place to be this Sunday.

We, as fans, owe a debt of gratitude to the sheer exuberance Klea still has for Millennium and for the way in which she has rallied to support this campaign and here’s where you can help. Use your Blogs, Twitter accounts, Myspace pages and more to tell all you know about this very exclusive scoop. Let everyone know, Klea Scott is in the house!

To download from BacktoFrankBlack.com

To download from ITUNES

  • To subscribe to the Itunes podcast, simply load up the Itunes store on your Itunes application, search for BacktoFrankBlack and wait for the podcast to pop onto the list. Then click “subscribe” – you will need to sign up to a free Itunes account to do this – but Itunes does run a great service for podcasts of all types (including our friends ThaDarkSideVibe and Spooktalkular)
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32 thoughts on “backtofrankblack exclusive – klea scott speaks!

  1. An interview with Klea after so many years… WOW! Congratulations to the team for this extraordinary achievement. Looking forward to the podcast!

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  2. Thanks Frank! This was a huge get for the entire BacktoFrankBlack staff. This interview is generating some big buzz! She was fantastic during the interview and very forthcoming.

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  3. Thanks Frank! This was a huge get for the entire BacktoFrankBlack staff. This interview is generating some big buzz! She was fantastic during the interview and very forthcoming.

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  4. Can't you pretend it's Sunday now? :DHope it will be up before I have to go to work Sunday night…otherwise Klea has to wait until Monday.Have a nice weekend!- Jósef

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  5. Can’t you pretend it’s Sunday now? :DHope it will be up before I have to go to work Sunday night…otherwise Klea has to wait until Monday.Have a nice weekend!- Jósef

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  6. There was a minor glitch on the server links which has been amended. Apologies. Podcast now available from, on the site and as subscribe from Itunes.

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  7. Fantastic interview, Klea just shines in this podcast.She's very fun and I could have listened to her for another hour. Her laughter is contagious.A little overlap of information, in regards to the extras on the season 3 boxset. But the detail was more in the same stories.And thanks for using my questions, I tried to think of clever and thoughtful questions. Guess it worked :DCan't wait for the next podcast.TGIS! Thank God it's Sunday! :DDon't be dark!Cheers from Iceland!- Jósef

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  8. Fantastic interview, Klea just shines in this podcast.She’s very fun and I could have listened to her for another hour. Her laughter is contagious.A little overlap of information, in regards to the extras on the season 3 boxset. But the detail was more in the same stories.And thanks for using my questions, I tried to think of clever and thoughtful questions. Guess it worked :DCan’t wait for the next podcast.TGIS! Thank God it’s Sunday! :DDon’t be dark!Cheers from Iceland!- Jósef

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  9. As I wasn't sleepy after the night shift, I decided to listen to the podcast, again.And you say I'm a gentleman, I would never say that myself, so I'm very flattered :DCan't say enough good things about this podcast. Such a fun listen.Don't be dark!Cheers from Iceland!- Jósef

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  10. As I wasn’t sleepy after the night shift, I decided to listen to the podcast, again.And you say I’m a gentleman, I would never say that myself, so I’m very flattered :DCan’t say enough good things about this podcast. Such a fun listen.Don’t be dark!Cheers from Iceland!- Jósef

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  11. Just finished listening to the podcast and what a great one it is! It was a delight to hear Klea Scott discuss her time on Millennium and working with Lance Henriksen. You guys get the best interviews and I know that the whole gang at backtofrankblack is going to make it happen. 🙂

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  12. Just finished listening to the podcast and what a great one it is! It was a delight to hear Klea Scott discuss her time on Millennium and working with Lance Henriksen. You guys get the best interviews and I know that the whole gang at backtofrankblack is going to make it happen. 🙂

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  13. Great P-cast once again, and getting to hear from Klea about her time on the show was fantastic. Wonderful way to start my day. 🙂

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  14. I downloaded this podcast to my phone and listened to it last night with some headphones. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. Klea was wonderful and it was great to hear her thoughts on auditioning, working with the cast and crew and how the series should have been given its deserved proper closure. The time is now for a return to Millennium.Check out Klea's role in Intelligence if you get the chance, it was brilliant as was the show.Thanks again for a great podcast!

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  15. I downloaded this podcast to my phone and listened to it last night with some headphones. I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. Klea was wonderful and it was great to hear her thoughts on auditioning, working with the cast and crew and how the series should have been given its deserved proper closure. The time is now for a return to Millennium.Check out Klea’s role in Intelligence if you get the chance, it was brilliant as was the show.Thanks again for a great podcast!

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  16. What an excellent interview, and it's great to hear that her enthusiasm for the work still exists after all these years.

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  17. OH MY GOODNESS!!! FINALLY…The Klea Scott podcast. I have listened to it twice now. Absolutely spectacular!!! Great Job Guys!!!THIS IS WHO WE ARE!RSWehman

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  18. I was listening to this last night as I was working, but soon decided just to kick back and enjoy it.It was honestly one of the best interviews I've ever heard on a podcast, and I've listened to a shedload. Gents: knowledgeable, respectful, and allowed the brilliant Klea to simply talk. Klea was the perfect guest, as passionate as the fans, and a great piece of actors speculation about potential directions in the fourth season was a welcome surprise. It only makes me more gutted we never got to see it.Top work gents, keep it up.

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  19. I was listening to this last night as I was working, but soon decided just to kick back and enjoy it.It was honestly one of the best interviews I’ve ever heard on a podcast, and I’ve listened to a shedload. Gents: knowledgeable, respectful, and allowed the brilliant Klea to simply talk. Klea was the perfect guest, as passionate as the fans, and a great piece of actors speculation about potential directions in the fourth season was a welcome surprise. It only makes me more gutted we never got to see it.Top work gents, keep it up.

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  20. Great job guys! It was nice to hear from someone in a major role on the show. Klea sounds like a really down to earth person. I loved hearing her found memories of being on the show as well as her affection for Lance. All the best!

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  21. "Delightful" isn't a word I often use, but that's what comes to mind about this Klea interview. I love listening to the people involved in shows I love. I'm reminded of sci-fi conventions, and these feel like a mini con visits. the guests speaking on this project, whether written or podcast, are great features and much appreciated for being gratious enough to participate. they've all been excellent endorsements of & for Millennium.

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  22. “Delightful” isn’t a word I often use, but that’s what comes to mind about this Klea interview. I love listening to the people involved in shows I love. I’m reminded of sci-fi conventions, and these feel like a mini con visits. the guests speaking on this project, whether written or podcast, are great features and much appreciated for being gratious enough to participate. they’ve all been excellent endorsements of & for Millennium.

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  23. Great, great interview; one of the best yet. Klea came over as such a lovely person and gave a very insightful interview to boot.I was a latecomer to Season Three here in the UK, not seeing most of it until the boxset was released. I never realised, though, that Klea was the subject of such criticism in the role of Emma Hollis, completely unfairly so in my opnion. The only blip I would record at the start of this season was in the resolution from the end of Season Two, but this was a tricky balancing act between offering a continuation that both honoured the dramatic finale of Season Two and allowed the show to continue in anything but a radically altered landscape. Klea herself and the character of Emma Hollis were a fine addition to the show, with her own story in great part defining the dramatic direction of the season.She's completely justified too in feeling so disappointed that the seeming lack of a creative vision stopped the show in its tracks when it could and should have been building to a dramatic climax to coincide with the actual turn of the millennium. This was a missed opportunity to tell a really meaningful and unique story in television history, but she’s also exactly right to note that in the grand scheme of things we’re still very much at the dawn of a new millennium, barely even a hundredth of our way into it. There’s still a great story to tell here, and a fitting conclusion to the Millennium canon to be incorporated into it too.

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  24. Great, great interview; one of the best yet. Klea came over as such a lovely person and gave a very insightful interview to boot.I was a latecomer to Season Three here in the UK, not seeing most of it until the boxset was released. I never realised, though, that Klea was the subject of such criticism in the role of Emma Hollis, completely unfairly so in my opnion. The only blip I would record at the start of this season was in the resolution from the end of Season Two, but this was a tricky balancing act between offering a continuation that both honoured the dramatic finale of Season Two and allowed the show to continue in anything but a radically altered landscape. Klea herself and the character of Emma Hollis were a fine addition to the show, with her own story in great part defining the dramatic direction of the season.She’s completely justified too in feeling so disappointed that the seeming lack of a creative vision stopped the show in its tracks when it could and should have been building to a dramatic climax to coincide with the actual turn of the millennium. This was a missed opportunity to tell a really meaningful and unique story in television history, but she’s also exactly right to note that in the grand scheme of things we’re still very much at the dawn of a new millennium, barely even a hundredth of our way into it. There’s still a great story to tell here, and a fitting conclusion to the Millennium canon to be incorporated into it too.

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