How at the end of the episode of It’s Your Funeral, when the new No.2 is left alone on the balcony of the Gloriette, how he takes off his spectacles for the last time, and stares up to the sky in wonderment.
I bet he can't believe the sight that met his eyes, as the helicopter appears to hover for a moment, before the pilot turns the helicopter back towards the village. By command of No.1, the Supervisor in the control room? Or on authority of the ex-No.2 himself?
After all, it would only be a question of time before the village authorities caught up with him, and then not before too long, a couple of undertakers with their hearse parked outside, would come calling at his door!
So perhaps, sitting in that helicopter the ex-No.2 got to thinking. Thinking that perhaps life would be less dangerous, if spent it in quiet seclusion in the safe confines of the Old People's Home!
At least he wouldn't have to keep looking over his shoulder all the time. On the move all the time, forever wondering if that hearse is following him, or not!