Also the title of a 1965 television play by Tom Stoppard. It was made to go with a documentary about chess players and somehow illustrate it, but he admits that it doesn't really. It's the story of a man who checks into a private hospital because he wants privacy, and wants to be looked after. He has plenty of money, and makes no demands, but he is not ill. They try to dissuade him, and he is very amiable about it, but he can't see why he can't book an unoccupied room and be treated like any other patient.

Reluctantly they allow him in. Maggie, one of the nurses, becomes friendly with him, but is still trying to find out something of Brown's past, his family, or his reasons for coming. And the psychiatrist can't find anything wrong with someone who wants clean laundry, regular meals, and no worries.