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15th Jan '16 8:52:21 PM BreseeMaxwell
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[[WMG: The first Number Two seen in "Arrival" is [[Film/HarryPalmer Colonel Ross]].]]
27th Nov '15 11:20:44 AM BreseeMaxwell
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In "The Schizoid Man", a calendar by Six's bed shows the date as Wednesday, February 10, which would place the show in the year 1965, despite it being shot in 1966 - 1967 and set circa 67 - 68. However, it is possible that the Village has its own calendar that began when it was first created. That would place the Village's formation at about 1964.
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In "The Schizoid Man", a calendar by Six's bed shows the date as Wednesday, February 10, which would place the show in the year 1965, despite it being shot in 1966 - 1967 and set circa 67 - 68. However, it is possible that the Village has its own calendar that began when it was first created. That would place the Village's formation at about 1964. 1961.
27th Nov '15 10:20:23 AM BreseeMaxwell
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[[WMG: The Village has its own calender.]] In "The Schizoid Man", a calendar by Six's bed shows the date as Wednesday, February 10, which would place the show in the year 1965, despite it being shot in 1966 - 1967 and set circa 67 - 68. However, it is possible that the Village has its own calendar that began when it was first created. That would place the Village's formation at about 1964.
2nd Nov '15 3:40:53 PM Josef5678
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"Colony 3" features a seemingly innocuous English-style village set up in an unnamed [[IronCurtain Communist]] nation. Even though its purpose is explained early in the episode, and lacks the surrealist touches of Number Six's prison, they are rather reminiscent of each other. Perhaps it was a test-run for the real thing? (Presumably in RealLife, Patrick [=McGoohan=] thought it was an interesting idea, and ran with it.)
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"Colony 3" features a seemingly innocuous English-style village set up in an unnamed [[IronCurtain [[UsefulNotes/IronCurtain Communist]] nation. Even though its purpose is explained early in the episode, and lacks the surrealist touches of Number Six's prison, they are rather reminiscent of each other. Perhaps it was a test-run for the real thing? (Presumably in RealLife, Patrick [=McGoohan=] thought it was an interesting idea, and ran with it.)
6th Oct '15 6:03:05 PM BreseeMaxwell
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\n* Alternatively, Number Six returned to The Village shortly after realizing that he is Number One, and recruited the remaining committee members to form an organization known as Shocker in order to bring perfect world order. The Great Leader's odd appearances are a result of the Seltzman machine (Seltzman may have been recruited/forced to work for Shocker) being used to transfer One's mind into a more menacing body.
28th Sep '15 7:03:49 AM Morgenthaler
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[[WMG: There is a link between The Village of the DangerMan episode "Colony 3" and The Village.]]
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[[WMG: There is a link between The Village of the DangerMan Series/DangerMan episode "Colony 3" and The Village.]]
25th Sep '15 2:49:57 PM Discar
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[[WMG: (2009 remake) The new Number Six is [[PersonOfInterest Mr. Reese]].]]
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[[WMG: (2009 remake) The new Number Six is [[PersonOfInterest [[Series/PersonOfInterest Mr. Reese]].]]
22nd Jul '15 1:48:06 PM BreseeMaxwell
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[[WMG: No. 6 planned to call of his engagement to Janet]] Notice how in "Many Happy Returns" No. 6 doesn't even make mention of Janet despite being back in London for several days. There are several other times in the series where a mention of her may have made sense too, such as Nadia asking him if he was married. In "Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling" it's clear 6's mind is back to a point in time before he resigned, meaning he may still have been keen on marrying her.

[[WMG: Number One is [[[Series/KamenRider The Great Leader]].]]
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[[WMG: Number One is [[[Series/KamenRider [[Series/KamenRider The Great Leader]].]]
8th Jul '15 8:35:05 PM BreseeMaxwell
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[[WMG: Curtis is David Jones.]] We know almost nothing about Jones' personal life in ''Ice Station Zebra'', so him being married is completely possible. That may also explain Curtis' openness to firearms. [[WMG: ''Danger Man'' predicted ''The Schizoid Man''.]] In a very early, half-our episode of ''Danger Man'', Drake talks about how everyone on the planet has a look-alike. The episode's name? ''The Prisoner''.

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[[WMG: Number One is [[[Series/KamenRider The Great Leader]].]] The Number One seen was a stand-in, and the real one escaped to form a terrorist organization. Plus, both wear masks underneath masks.
7th Jul '15 7:35:11 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG: The island The Village is on is The Island from {{Lost}}]]
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[[WMG: The island The Village is on is The Island from {{Lost}}]] ''Series/{{Lost}}'']]
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