Number Two: Allow me to introduce… the General. (Curtains pull back to reveal an enormous computer.) All the Professor’s own work. He gave birth to it and loves it with a passionate love. Probably hates it even more. That mass of circuits, my dear fellow, is as revolutionary as nuclear fission. No more wastage in schools. No more tedious learning by rote. A brilliantly devised course, delivered by a leading teacher, subliminally learned, checked and corrected by an infallible authority. And what have we got?
Number Six: A row of cabbages!
Number Two: Indeed. Knowledgeable cabbages.
The Prisoner: The General (1967)
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