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“Oh, my dear Six, it is a trap. I was wondering if you’d be clever enough to turn this opportunity to your own advantage.”

Oh, boy. I am looking forward to this one. As a Prisoner fan from my junior high days, all I can say is: “I am not a number! I am a FREE MAN!”

(For some reason the video embed isn’t working, even though it seemed to yesterday; click here.)

(Patrick McGoohan’s voice is still the one I hear in my head for Dumbledore. Too bad that, even if he had accepted it when it was reportedly offered it to him, he wouldn’t have lived long enough to survive the film series.)

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