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?
A number of fans who speculate that Number Six is in fact John Drake from Patrick McGoohan
's earlier series, Danger Man
(1960) usually reference this episode. They claim that Number Two says "Report to my study in the morning, Drake!" when in fact he really says "Report to my study in the morning break." See more
When Number 2 is writing on the chalk board, the close up shots do not correspond to the style of writing seen on the faraway shots. See more
[shouting at the butler
Wait! Remove it! I told you to remove it!
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