Continued from Universe In A Baby's Brain: Part 1
President Jane Watson was seated at her desk in the Oval Office when General Iverson entered the room accompanied by Secret Service officers and 2 Marines carrying a very groggy man into the office with them. "Madan President," the General said, "meet Dr Paul Roberts." Doctor Roberts only stared as if he wasn't fully aware of what was going on.
"What's wrong with him?" the President asked.
"He was given a very strong sedative," the General answered.
"Why?" she asked.
"It seems," Iverson replied, "the doctor displayed a very irrational fear of flying so the Russians treated him to a temporary, if unwelcome fix."
"Well sometimes you've got to love that Russian attitude," President Watson laughed, "Put him on the couch. Had we transported him by sea it would have taken days to get him here."
"We've already given him drugs to bring him back," the General said. "All we can do now is wait."
"Wow!" Dr Roberts shouted as he looked around the room, "These Russian hospitals are a lot nicer than I thought they'd be. This place makes Georgetown look like a dump!"
"And wait we will," President Watson sighed. "Wait, we will."
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