That's just like Number 6, complaining about getting unfair treatment, and yet according to Number 2 he's getting the same treatment as everybody else, or is he? After all after his arrival in The Village Number 2 said of him that he's no ordinary man, that he has to be handled very differently, which could be dangerous as the Supervisor pointed out. It was also the case that brought about 'The Schizoid Man,' seeing as they couldn't use the normal techniques, too valuable, mustn't damage him permanently say their masters. Number 2 of 'Dance of the Dead' said of Number 6, that she didn't want him broken, that he must be won over, that there are other ways. During 'The Chimes of Big Ben' Number 2's assistant told him that there are methods they hadn't used yet. But Number 2 told him that he doesn't want him broken, not a man of fragments, that he wants him with a whole heart, body, and soul. And yet the method used in 'The Chimes of Big Ben.' was the wrong approach, and Number 2 knew it. Yet even when other methods are used they are careful not to damage the tissue, the brain that it, as it contains much valuable information, which makes Number 6 a very valuable commodity. And in 'Once Upon A Time,' was Number 6 getting unfair treatment then? I shouldn't think so, but that would depend on how many previous prisoners in The Village had shown such hardened and stout resistance for such extreme measures as Degree Absolute to be taken against them?
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