The Prisoner (UK)

Season 1 Episode 3

A. B. and C.

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Oct 15, 1967 on ITV
8.9
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The new Number Two uses a new wonder drug to tap into Number Six's subconscious to try to discover why he resigned from the Service.

Over a period of three nights he encounters A, B and C in separate circumstances, at Madame Engadine's party.

Unknown to Number Two, Number Six has realised what has happened, and uses his dreams to prove that he was not selling out.moreless

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  • Intense

    9.8
    This episode left me breathless the first time I saw it (and the second and third). The intensity of seeing the dreams, the operatives of The Village playing mind games and Nuber 6 playing games right back at them makes for some of the best TV drama I have ever seen.
  • The use of drugs on the mind of Number 6.

    8.9
    Can a sort of wonder drug tap into the mind of Number 6 on why he resigned from his top job? That is the premise of this particular Prisoner episode. Colin Gordon (Number 2 ) at the beginning receives a call from who is probably Number 1 into trying to get all the information on why Number 6 resigned. We follow into the Number 6's dreams in this episode but Number 6 has a surprise for Number 2 into not giving out the information. An episode not to be missed!moreless

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