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  • 2000

    • January

      • January 1, 2000
        • Lenny and Mace kiss for the first time, shortly before being taken downtown to be questioned by police... "for about six hours."
        • After saving the universe by closing the door to Haven, Josh, Tiger and Wolf begin their new lives in the dawn of a new millennium. (Season 3 episode Return of the Present)
        • While Abbie attempts to beat his older brother Cam's challenge - to not leave the couch until he completes level 256 of Pac-Man - Y2K shuts down the world outside.

      • January 10, 2000
        • Expiration Date on Darryl Zero's alter ego Mitchell Hodgemeyer's driver's license, which Darryl shows when renting a car from Budget in Portland.

      • January 19, 2000
        • Buffy Summers' 19th birthday. After Buffy's birthday party, Giles is transmogrified into a Fyarl demon by Ethan Rayne, causing Buffy to stab and almost kill him by mistake. (Season 4 episode A New Man)

      • February 16, 2000
        • Thomas Wayne's lawyers Miller & Moore LLP send a Cease and Desist Demand to a reporter digging into the past of Gotham City founding families the Waynes and the Arkhams.

      • February 17, 2000
        • The staff of PBS try to kill Homer. However, Reverend Lovejoy stows him away on a plane to the South Pacific to become a missionary. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)

      • February 21, 2000
        • Date of one of the files containing notes on one of her patients that Dexter discovers on Dr. Evelyn Vogel's computer. (Season 8 episode Scar Tissue)

      • February 26, 2000
        • Word Fest, the university's annual three-day "gabathon" for writers and wanna-bees, takes place from February 26-28.

      • February 27, 2000
        • Word Fest, the university's annual three-day "gabathon" for writers and wanna-bees, takes place from February 26-28.

      • February 28, 2000
        • Word Fest, the university's annual three-day "gabathon" for writers and wanna-bees, takes place from February 26th-28th.

    • March

      • March 3, 2000
        • The spark that ignites what eventually becomes known as The Little War: "At 9:30 P.M. Common Standard Time, on Tuesday, March 3, in the year 2000, a seventeen-year-old from Charleston, Missouri, named Tommy Lee Cong don, was holding forth outside the Sheraton Bar. With firebrand intensity he called upon his youthful listeners to follow him in a march on the White House."
        • As part of the covert military mission Operation Nightfall, which Senator David Palmer approved and Jack Bauer carried out, Serbian military leader Victor Drazen and his family are killed… though it is later revealed that Victor survived, that his double was killed. Two years later to the day, Victor engineers a plot to kill Jack Bauer's family while simultaneously assassinating David Palmer, now a presidential candidate. (Season 1 episode 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
        • Future 4400 returnee and member of the Nova Group Boyd Gelder disappears from Seattle, Washington. He later develops the ability to impersonate others. (Season 3 episode Terrible Swift Sword)

      • March 12, 2000
        • Date of photo in Trinity file - homicide victim Anita Soloman in Detroit, Michigan. (Season 4 episode If I Had a Hammer)

      • March 18, 2000
        • Connor and Murphy MacManus kill two Russian mobsters seeking revenge for their humiliation during the previous night's brawl. FBI agent Paul Smecker interviews them when they show up at the police station, declining to press charges, allowing them to spend the night in a holding cell to avoid attention from the media. That night, they receive a "calling" from God telling them to hunt down wicked men so that the innocent will flourish.

      • March 19, 2000
        • Connor learns of a meeting of Russian syndicate bosses at a hotel. Having equipped themselves with weaponry from a local underground gun dealer, the twins kill all nine Russian mobsters.

      • March 20, 2000
        • Learning that he was betrayed, having been sent to kill nine Russian mobsters with only a six-shooter revolver, Rocco agrees to help Connor and Murphy hunt down and kill Vincenzo Lapazzi, an underboss of the Yakavetta crime family.

      • March 22, 2000
        • After killing a mob hitman, Rocco, Connor and Murphy are ambushed by Il Duce. Although they manage to chase Il Duce away, the three men suffer serious wounds, including the loss of Rocco's finger. The three return to a safehouse where they treat their wounds. FBI agent Paul Smucker finds Rocco's finger.

      • March 23, 2000
        • Connor and Murphy inform Smecker that they plan to infiltrate the Yakavetta headquarters to finish off the family, but Smecker learns they are walking into a trap. The twins are captured, and Rocco is shot and killed by Papa Joe, but the twins are able to free themselves. As Papa Joe leaves his house, Smecker arrives in drag and kills a number of soldiers before being knocked unconscious by Il Duce. As the twins say their family prayer over Rocco, Il Duce enters the room and prepares to open fire. However, he instead finishes the prayer – revealing he is the twins' father and decides to join his sons in their mission.

    • April

      • April 15, 2000
        • Bishop Public Library librarian Barbara Russell receives a copy of Flowers for Algernon in the mail. When Reese and Detective Carter search her house, they find 16 copies of Flowers for Algernon hidden in her bedroom, the book that machine number and missing girl Hanna Frey checked out the night she disappeared. According to Barbara, she has received one every year on the same date every year since Hanna's disappearance. (Season 2 episode Bad Code)

      • April 16, 2000
        • Date of Juvenile Detention Center Behavior Report on Joseph Jensen for setting roommate's bunk on fire - the pyromaniac serial killer known as the Phantom. (Season 7 episode The Dark… Whatever)

      • April 30, 2000
        • When Lisa Simpson and her Mensa friends, also known as The Council of Alphas, run the town of Springfield after Mayor Quimby abdicates his position, Principal Skinner's Transportation Project not only gets the town's trains running on time, he gets them running on metric time. Apparently another project of theirs changes how they are calculating time, because he mentions the impossible date of April 47th. Principal Skinner: "Remember this moment, people… 80 past 2:00 on April 47th. It's the dawn of an enlightened Springfield." (Season 10 episode They Saved Lisa's Brain)

    • May

      • May 1, 2000
        • Birthdate of Briana G. Holbrook, tracked outside Soldier Field following the Unity Rally bombing by the police's implant recognition program.
        • Expiration date on Brian Spilner's driver's license. Brian Spilner's and Roman Pearce's C-Non-Commercial license California driver licenses both valid from May 17, 1990 to May 17, 2000.
        • Date in the Description field for C-Non-Commercial License on Nikolai Ondrejko's Driver License - the person whose file comes up when Bruce Wayne submits Selina Kyle's fingerprints.

      • May 21, 2000
        • The hair from an albino dog on the body of Anne-Marie Vicksey is linked to a dog breeder, leading the FBI to Carl Stargher. The FBI storm Stargher's home and find him catatonic. Peter Novak & Gordon Ramsey take Stargher to Dr. Catherine Deane in an attempt to locate victim Julia Hickson before she drowns.

      • May 27, 2000
        • Date of one of the files containing notes on one of her patients that Dexter discovers on Dr. Evelyn Vogel's computer. (Season 8 episode Scar Tissue)

    • June

      • June 3, 2000
        • Alternate universe child abductor known as the Candyman's victim Jason Shapiro taken. (Season 3 episode The Abducted)

      • June 5, 2000
        • Alternate universe child abductor known as the Candyman's victim Jason Shapiro found. (Season 3 episode The Abducted)

      • June 18, 2000
        • Date of Birth for Josie Hardwood, resident that recently died of an asthma attack - record that comes up when James is looking for anyone who's died recently that may be the killer. (Season 2 episode A Duty of Care)

      • June 22, 2000
        • Following the destruction of the alien mothership, Las Vegas was completely demolished by a crashing City Destroyer. Since then, thousands have visited its untouched ruins - serving as a dramatic reminder of the aliens' ruthless attack and permanent memorial to the War of 1996. (Promotional website: The War of 1996)

      • August 27, 2000
        • Birthdate of Jorge R. Padilla Jr., tracked outside Soldier Field following the Unity Rally bombing by the police's implant recognition program.

    • October

      • October 21, 2000
        • Date in the Initial Report of Docket Number field on Boston Police Department Arrest Booking Form for James Coughlin.
        • Beverly Brown tells Ethan how on October 21, 1999, she came to Wayward Pines as a software sales rep to outfit the school with protection from Y2K. When she walked up to the school, she got hit by a motorcycle, resulting in a head injury and memory loss. She also tells him that next week will be her one year anniversary in Wayward Pines. (Season 1 episode Where Paradise Is Home)

      • October 31, 2000
        • Date of one of the files containing notes on one of her patients that Dexter discovers on Dr. Evelyn Vogel's computer. (Season 8 episode Scar Tissue)

    • November

      • November 8, 2000
        • Date of suspect Ken Olson's mother Margaret Olson home invasion incident. (Season 2 episode Dex, Lies and Videotape)

      • November 10, 2000
        • Carl uses the word for November 10 from his Word-a-day calendar at lunch in the power plant cafeteria: I concur. The word on the calendar is conquer. (Season 11 episode Homer vs. Dignity)

      • November 16, 2000
        • Date as of which the devil will have been buying souls in exchange for wishes for 6,000 years. The Devil: You know, on November 16th, I'll have been doing this for 6,000 years, and you're the first person to give away one of their wishes. I hope it's the beginning of a trend.

      • December 11, 2000
        • Date of one of the files containing notes on one of her patients that Dexter discovers on Dr. Evelyn Vogel's computer. (Season 8 episode Scar Tissue)

      • December 27, 2000
        • Captain Janeway's ancestor Shannon O'Donnel's car breaks down in the small town of Portage Creek, Indiana, where the Millennium Gate tower will be built. There, she meets Henry Janeway, the owner of a bookstore that refuses to sell the store to make way for the project. (Season 5 episode 11:59)

      • December 31, 2000
        • Captain Janeway's ancestor Shannon O'Donnel is offered a job by the company behind the Millennium Gate tower project if she can convince Henry Janeway to sell his Portage Creek, Indiana bookstore before 11:59pm on New Year's Eve 2000. (Season 5 episode 11:59)

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