Sarah-Jane would appear again for a final time as Lucy in a brief 'blink and you'll miss it' end of episode scene in Saturn Dreaming Of Mercury, written by Chip Johannessen and Jordan Hawley. Frank Black and daughter Jordan watch a burning house as the young child Lucas appears in a window and is transformed into Millennium's Lucy Butler.
Sarah-Jane would later reappear again, much to the delight of her fans, in the third Season episode Antipas as the hired nanny for a wealthy family. Butler again tested her sexual powers on married father John Saxum, peaking his curiosity and his wife's jealousy. Lucy exploited their weaknesses, playing one off against the other to attract the attention of now ex-Millennium Group Candidate Frank Black.
Sarah-Jane would appear again as Lucy Butler in a dedicated episode in Season Two of Millennium.
A Room with No View became a cult favourite with fans of Millennium and in this episode viewers saw a whole new side to the merciless Lucy Butler, giving Sarah-Jane fresh opportunities to show what evil and seduction her character was capable of.
Sarah-Jane Redmond débuted as Lucy Butler, manifestation of pure evil in Millennium's Season One episode, Lamentation.
It was Lucy Butler, portrayed by Sarah-Jane Redmond, who quickly become the revered temptress of evil with Millennium's fans. Lucy Butler was the wife of evil Dr Ephraim Fabricant, who Frank Black helped capture years before.