Ep. 15 – The Girl Who Was Death

Hey there, Prisoner Pals!

This week on The Prisoner Podcast, we learn all about recording errors, crappy rear screen projection, gratuitous machine guns and trolling Amazon reviews with episode 15, The Girl Who Was Death!



Next week we will be taking a breather before diving in to the two-part Prisoner finale by covering a few choice episodes of Danger Man (or Secret Agent, if you prefer), the Patrick McGoohan spy show that preceded The Prisoner! If you’d like to follow along, the episodes we will be covering are:

Ep. 1 – View From The Villa (which features a very familiar setting)

Ep. 42 – Colony Three (a stylistic precursor to The Prisoner)

And for extra credit if you choose, the final two episodes of Danger Man, Koroshi  and Shinda Shima


Ep. 14 – Living In Harmony

Howdy there, pardner!

This week on Back In The Village: The Prisoner Podcast, we learn all about Sammy Davis’ quick draw skills, mute brutes, and the finer points of Tombstone as we  cover the series’ only Western-themed episode, Living In Harmony!



For those of you unfamiliar with the movie Tombstone, first shame on you, and second, get educated here!

Ep.13 – Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling

Welcome back, Prisoner Pals! This week we learn all about brain switching, time off, cancelled second seasons, lame fiances, and even lamer plot devices with Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling!


Here’s the theme from High Noon, where the episode gets its title from:

And here’s a link to Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling the band, and their Prisoner intro music video:


See you next week!

Ep. 12 – A Change Of Mind

Welcome again to Back In the Village: The Prisoner Podcast! This week we learn all about brainwashing, tea making, and lesser genocides with Ep. 12 – A Change Of Mind!


We talk a bit about the film Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, which you can learn more about by clicking the poster:

And here’s the trailer!

And here’s Green Day’s “86”

See you next week with Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling!