It's always one isn’t it, always one and never two! One of these days……..If you don’t leave me alone, one of these days I’ll……… if we’re not very careful, one of these days……. See always one and never two! Or there’s six of one, half dozen of the other, which is ridiculous, seeing as both are the same. Six of one, in the case of the ‘Prisoner’ six is one. And half a dozen, well that’s still six isn’t it. Unless its to do with ‘The Schizoid Man’ and then its Curtis.
best that can be said of 2, is that 2 is second only to 1. Six is pretty high
up in the numbers stakes, if we take it that 1 is the boss. But if that is the
case, why is 6 rated so highly when he refuses to wear, observe, or respond to
his number? More than that, he refuses to settle down. He’s rebellious, always
keen to poke his nose in where it has no concern, and continually causes all
kinds of trouble and mischief. Or is that all part of the tests set against
Number 6? Nothing matters, not even failure, just as long as the ultimate goal
is achieved. In that Number 6 is finally turned to The Village, and made ready
to take up his position as the permanent Number 2!
Be seeing you