Not Just a Number, Episode 14, Living in Harmony

The Village set in the Old West…or is it?

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5 Responses

  1. Jacob Johnson says:

    The deputy sheriff/number eight does a very good job at making a particular sociopathic facial expression. One sees this expression today on coke fiends who would normally be inclined to become amateur white rappers but the extent of their sociopathy is great enough to make them too taciturn to do so. A funny coincidence happened when I finished watching the episode;after I clicked the icon to exit full screen on Youtube, the first thing I saw in the column of suggested videos was this record cover https://www.discogs.com/release/16449453-Thierry-De-Brunhoff-R%C3%A9cital-Chopin/image/SW1hZ2U6NTA4NDM3OTM= , which I though looked remarkably similar to number eight peering out from under the staircase.

  2. Thomas Fleming says:

    The actor who plays the Kid returns, memorably, in the last episode.

  3. Michael Strenk says:

    Alexis Kanner’s name appears in a box in the credits. My wife was under the impression that this meant that he died during production, but I remembered that he reappeared in the last episode and I see that he had a long career afterwards. Does anyone know what this signifies?

  4. Vince Cornell says:

    Is it okay to watch the Prisoner without having seen Secret Agent Man (or whatever the previous series is called)? Would I be lost, or is it not an actual prerequisite?

  5. Michael Strenk says:

    The Prisoner stands alone and you can watch it without ever having seen The Secret Agent (Danger Man), but the later is also very good, quite different and well worth seeing. My wife likes The Secret Agent more than The Prisoner.