Production circumstances result in a different GB and USA order of episodes. The German order, in turn, is also different for no apparent reason.
The so-called English standard episode order is given here. But as for the episode action no particular running order is required. Almost every country would have an order of its own.
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"I AM NOT
"SIX OF ONE,
SCREENPLAY Anthony Skene
DIRECTED by Joseph Serf (Patrick McGoohan)
GERMAN EPISODE 2
GERMAN VERSION by Joachim Brinkmann
FIRST GERMAN BROADCAST: ZDF 13.09.1969
DUBBING DIRECTOR JOACHIM BRINKMANN
DIESE SEITE AUF DEUTSCH
No electric power, no running water on waking up - one morning the
Village is completely deserted. Number Six takes advantage of the
situation, builds a raft and puts to sea. Many days pass, already
half dead he has to overcome gunrunners on their boat. He is then
washed on some foreign shore. Later he arrives in London and finds
his house inhabited by a hospitable lady who also drives his Lotus
Super 7. He and his former office join forces and start seaching
the Village systematically. But one factor is missing in his calculation:
9th For its non-verbal qualities in general. But also for the albeit
predictable but nevertheless mean ending: "Be
seeing you!" Now, which side is his former office on? And where
is it really located, the Village?
Don't read any further unless you know THE PRSIONER already and you want to delve more indepth into theoretical discussions and facts around the history of the production. - Be seeing you!
Currently there's no such "appreciative examination" for this episode.