At a tribunal where Number 1 appears initially to be a mechanical eye the Prisoner is informed by the president that he has won the right to be an individual,rather than a number.He will be allowed to leave and is given money for his journey. However he is not allowed to speak. A shadowy figure who resembles the Prisoner would seem to be the actual Number One and Number Six dispenses him - and the assembly - in a rocket.As he leaves he frees Number Two,who has been put on trial,along with Number Two's butler,who has served him throughout and a young man known as Number Forty-Eight. Having dropped off Number Two at the Houses of Parliament the Prisoner returns o his own home,which has Number one on its door. Written by
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Did You Know?
Was hurriedly produced when Patrick McGoohan
was informed the show was being canceled instead of being renewed for a second season. Because of this, he brought Leo McKern
back after 13 months following his appearance in The Prisoner: Once Upon a Time
(1968). McKern had altered his appearance in the interim and was no longer as hirsute, so McGoohan devised a scene whereby the dead Number 2 would be resurrected by means of a process that required his face being shaved before final resuscitation could be achieved. See more
Number Six walks past the same jukebox twice. It is easily identifiable by the Lesley Gore
record in it. See more
We thought you would feel happier as yourself.
In all preceding episodes, the final shot of the closing credits consisted of a view of Rover (the balloon) skimming across the water. For this final episode this was replaced by a still image of the completed bicycle that forms during the credits. See more
Referenced in Killing Zoe
Written by R. Roger See more