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  • I chuckled and it was the only part of the show that I enjoyed to any degree at all

    • by Orrymain
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      Strange, weird, and nonsensical. That’s how I’d describe The Prisoner: The Girl Who Was Death, which has Number Six (Patrick McGoohan) mysteriously back in London and tracking down a scientist being protected by his strange daughter. There’s no explanation for the opening of the story. It just starts, and

      it makes no sense.

      Most of the exposition in The Girl Who Was Death is done by the daughter, supporting my recent assertion that McGoohan hated memorizing dialogue and if he could give the words to someone else, he was happy to do so and just walk around looking constipated, which is mostly ...


      • how he looked during The Prisoner.

        I will say that the ending of The Girl Who Was Death caught me by surprise and that it was rather adorable. I just wish more of the show had been as entertaining and fun. I chuckled and it was the only part of the

        show that I enjoyed to any degree at all.

        In this episode Kenneth Griffith plays the latest Number Two with Justine Lord appearing in the role of Sonia.

        Truly, it’s the last two minutes of The Girl Who Was Death that are worth watching. The rest is just more of The Prisoner weirdness.




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