And he had to knock his head against a wall and died. Now that he's dead, what are they gonna do with the plans they've made to welcome the doctor-who-went-to-space? They must have had everything laid out; a big welcome do, caterers, tents, expensive wiring, live on national TV, press insertions, TV commercials, expensive light and sound systems, king and queen, court jesters and clowns, and all the rigmarole the government like to spend the money on for an occasion like this. You don't have to be a genius to figure that a PR agency with strong connections with the inside network has been awarded the job to organize this welcome party and you don't have to be a hardcore businessman to know that the agency has been paid at least the 80% deposit to get the party going. They have probably spent it on the down payment for an expensive European car.
And he had to knock his head against a wall and died.
Now they gotta figure what are they gonna to do with the Profit and Loss Accounts? They figured a 800% profit but now none of that is going to happen all because he knocked his head against a wall and died. There ain't gonna be no reception for the doctor-who-went-to-space and this is not good because the good doctor isn't in the mood for a big party to welcome a space traveller now that his brother has died crashing his head against a wall. No one saw it coming. What are they gonna do? They were counting on this party to welcome a hero to make lotsa money.
(They didn't it see coming. They didn't see it coming straight at them like a runaway train.)
Maybe the government will decide to go ahead with the big hero welcome and stick with the original plan. Just put the doctor-who-went-to-space on the plane to Moscow, and then put him back on the same plane after it has refuelled and fly for home, wait for the plane to touch down, put up the tents and install the fan with water mist, get the caterer to prepare expensive gourmet food, lobsters and all, get the damned expensive wiring done, get the dancers to do their damned thing, get all the big screen TVs installed and charge the damned government triple since those guys in the Treasury will sign every damned thing as long as you grease their damned palm.
Let's stick with the original plan. Let's pretend the guy didn't knock his head against the wall. Let's pretend he didn't die. That wasn't his body they had buried yesterday. Let's have a hero welcome anyway. After all this is once in a lifetime chance for a lot of people. Let's go ahead with the welcome home party. After all it has been paid for in advance. After all they gotta make lotsa money, dude. (They gotta make lotsa money.) Who cares for the brother who knocked his head against the wall and died. He should have seen the damned wall. It's a wall for cryin' out loud, what could be more obvious than the damned wall? And he had to knock his head against the damned wall. And died.
They didn't see it coming, not from a brother of a doctor-who-went-to-space. He was from a smart family. They didn't figure it would go this way. No one did. How are they gonna make lotsa money now? Send another guy to space. A guy with no brother who'd crash his head against a wall and die.