And certainly Number 6 is disharmonious about ‘Living In Harmony,’ because when one of the town's people asks him "Well stranger, fancy living in Harmony?" he replies that it's "Not my kind of town." Others tell the stranger that it’s a good town. The stranger tells them to "Enjoy it." And the town’s people ask the stranger what's wrong with their town, he replies "Maybe I don't like the way it's run." "Oh you just do as the Judge says, he'll look after you." The stranger responds with "I look after myself!" "It's a good town" the town Elder insists. "Keep it!" the stranger tells him, and you can't get more disharmonious or unmutal than that!
So be it to live in Harmony, or being disharmonious about ‘A Change of Mind,’ both can be associated with either episode, and for the very same reasons. And one further observation might be, that the town's people of Harmony would fit straight in with the community of the village during the episode of ‘A Change of Mind.’ Mind you, having said that, Zeke, who doesn't need to wear a gun, is one of the mechanics seen working on the jet boat during the episode of ‘Free For All,’ and who gets into a fight with No.6 aboard that very same boat. So what price other towns people of Harmony being of those good citizens of The Village?
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