Number 6 is urged by yet another new Number 2 to run for his office in the forthcoming elections. Number 6 is surprised to hear that the Village even has elections but after some consideration, agrees. His platform is a radical one, posing all of the questions that he would like to have answered: where are they, why are they there, who is Number 1. His campaign seems to be popular with the residents but after questioning by a Village council, he is brainwashed into spouting the standard 'lines' and maintaining the status quo.
Did You Know?
For the first of many times, Robert Rietty voices Number 2's opening spiel See more
The folds of Number 2's scarf during the council meeting change without his having adjusted or altered it. See more
Certainly, I'll warn them, not to damage the tissue.
References Danger Man
Written by Jack Arel
and Jean-Claude Petit
Chappell Recorded Music Library See more