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Reviewed By: adamelijahReview Date: 2/20/19 7:29 am
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In "Living in Harmony," Nick Briggs takes an entirely different tact than the Western-themed prisoner TV episode of the same name as this episode is maybe (Probably?) set in space.

Number 6 finds himself on a rocket to a moonbase, alongside Number 9-who had apparently died in the previous series, but is now back and calling herself Number 90. Of course, being the Prisone, the questions immediately raised is whether he's actually going anywhere (let alone on a spaceship) and if number 9/90 is actually with him.

This is a very good script for the Prisoner. It gives Number 6 some pivotal character-defining moments when he faces a key choice. At the same time, the sense of mystery as to what's going on never entirely lets up. It answers some questions, but leaves so many questions that it serves to set up Series Three.