Then later in the episode the Professor is back in his bed, with the doctor checking the health of his patient, and Madam Professor wanting to know how her husband is. He’s fine, and giving a beautiful response. What’s more he’ll be able to complete the lecture, able and willing! So between the one state of affairs when the Professor isn’t in his bed, and the other state of affairs when he is, where had the Professor been? No doubt he had been taken to the hospital, either that or to a little room along the corridor, in order to undergo some therapy. Perhaps in the same way as the doctor and nurse had previously interrupted his work, and the nurse leading The Professor out of the General’s office for a little rest and to undergo some mild therapy.
So who are they trying to fool, not Number 6. After all it still wouldn’t have been the Professor lying in that bed, even if Number 6 had not involved himself and smashed the Professor’s head with the walking stick. That leaves the doctor, the nurse, Number 2 and Madam Professor. The doctor must have known what was going on, so too the nurse. Number 2 obviously, that only leaves Madam Professor. Yes she had created the model of her husband’s head, although as previously written, she did seem confused when Number 6 handed her a piece of her husband’s head, “You should take greater care of him ma’am, your husband’s gone to pieces!” That only leaves the television audience!
Be seeing you