Number Two conducts tests on Number Six to force him to reveal why he resigned but Number Six's iron will resists and he uses psychology to turn the tables so that his interrogator ends up grovelling to him. Still refusing to answer Number Six watches as Number Two is locked in a cage after which he requests that he sees Number One. Written by
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Did You Know?
According to "The Prisoner: The Official Companion to the Classic TV Series" by Robert Fairclough, the strain of filming this episode caused Leo McKern
to suffer either a nervous breakdown or a heart attack (accounts differ), forcing production to stop for a time. See more
When they are bantering back and forth in the last minute countdown the speed of the second hand on the clock slows down. At first it is spinning at a rate of about 6 seconds per revolution but slows down considerably in following scenes. This could be deliberate considering the nature of the episode See more
[shouting at the butler
Wait! Remove it! I told you to remove it!