Both 313 and 147 mention encounters with Six that Six denies remembering. While 313 and 147 believe it's because Six is having a mental breakdown, Six soon realizes it is because there is a double of him wandering around The Village. Calling himself 2x6, the double, who is a vengeful version of Six, has the sole mission of killing Two. Despite his disdain for Two, Six wants to stop his double from accomplishing this task as he believes it will make him no better than those he despises. There is also a double of Two wandering around the Village, calling himself the Untwo or the Numberless, who has a different purpose. Meanwhile, Two discloses to 11-12 where The Village is located. 11-12 spends some one-on-one time with his mother, M2, for the first time in his life. She confirms and expands on what Two has previously told their son, which includes why 11-12 will spend the rest of his life in The Village. 313 is having nightmares and comes to face those nightmares directly when she ...
Did You Know?
In the nightclub den of iniquity we see a Victorian bicycle with one large and one small wheel. That is commonly called a penny-farthing and was frequently seen in the original 'The Prisoner'. See more
When Six's "real life" version, Michael, holds up the pad upon which he has written "Anyone can fake a receipt", the last word is spelled "reciept". See more