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Sunday, 26 January 2014

The Therapy Zone

Danger Man
   It was once
Danger Man
   It was once written that perhaps the Prisoner might not have resigned if he had such responsibilities as a wife and family to support. Well seeing as danger was an attraction for John Drake, that danger was his stock in trade, and judging by the kind of work that he did, it seems pretty unlikely that John Drake would have married in the first place, so when it came to Janet Portland, she came as a bit of a shock really. Being engaged to Janet Portland might have been an indication that John Drake might have had the thought of settling down. Janet may well have put pressure upon him to give up his job for a position a little more less dangerous, an office job perhaps. But then if that was the case, where was he going in such a hurry after handing in his letter of resignation that day?

Janet Portland
   Had the Prisoner managed to get away before they came for him, the pair of Undertakers with their hearse and coffin, to disappear somewhere in the world. I wonder if his fiancée Janet Portland would have been brought to the village, in the same way No.73 was, so as to help find her husband?........ Makes you think doesn't it. That the Village administration is not as infallible as we are given to think. Seeing as how one man can evade capture so much that his wife has to be brought to the village, and even then all she could tell them was that her husband was "He's still over there" "Where?" "Oh somewhere there. He had some work to finish." This poses the question, just how long would Janet have held out? Mind you having just written that, how could Janet tell them something which she doesn't know. After all I get the impression that her fiancé was doing a runner without the intention of taking her with him. Without even saying goodbye to her!

   No.2 is No.6's main adversary. Yet sometimes No.2, on occasion, acts as a buffer for No.6, between him and that which others should like to perform upon him.

   It might have been No.6's rejection of the offer of ultimate power which kept him a PRISONER, and it was No.1 who showed No.6 his future in that crystal ball. A future which the Prisoner is unable to escape from. So it's no wonder that the Prisoner is in such a hurry to get away during the opening sequence of ‘Arrival.’ He knew that they would be coming for him, but he simply wasn't quick enough. Perhaps it was a simple case that they came before he were expecting them!

Be seeing you
 written that perhaps the Prisoner might not have resigned if he had such responsibilities as a wife and family to support. Well seeing as danger was an attraction for John Drake, that danger was his stock in trade, and judging by the kind of work that he did, it seems pretty unlikely that John Drake would have married in the first place, so when it came to Janet Portland, she came as a bit of a shock really. Being engaged to Janet Portland might have been an indication that John Drake might have had the thought of settling down, but only if your pf the persuasion that the Prisoner is in fact John Drake. Janet may well have put pressure upon him to give up his job for a position a little more less dangerous, an office job perhaps. But then if that was the case, where was he going in such a hurry after handing in his letter of resignation that day?

Janet Portland
   Had the Prisoner managed to get away before they came for him, the pair of Undertakers with their hearse and coffin, to disappear somewhere in the world. I wonder if his fiancée Janet Portland would have been brought to the village, in the same way No.73 was, so as to help find her husband?........ Makes you think doesn't it. That the Village administration is not as infallible as we are given to think. Seeing as how one man can evade capture so much that his wife has to be brought to the village, and even then all she could tell them was that her husband was "He's still over there" "Where?" "Oh somewhere there. He had some work to finish." This poses the question, just how long would Janet have held out? Mind you having just written that, how could Janet tell them something which she doesn't know. After all I get the impression that her fiancé was doing a runner without the intention of taking her with him. Without even saying goodbye to her!

   No.2 is No.6's main adversary. Yet sometimes No.2, on occasion, acts as a buffer for No.6, between him and that which others should like to perform upon him.

   It might have been No.6's rejection of the offer of ultimate power which kept him a PRISONER, and it was No.1 who showed No.6 his future in that crystal ball. A future which the Prisoner is unable to escape from. So it's no wonder that the Prisoner is in such a hurry to get away during the opening sequence of ‘Arrival.’ He knew that they would be coming for him, but he simply wasn't quick enough. Perhaps it was a simple case that they came before he were expecting them!

Be seeing you

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