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Patrick Stewart, Jimmy Kimmel Take On Most Annoying Airline Passengers in Viral Skit (Video)

By    |   Friday, 16 Jan 2015 08:07 AM

Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel called on Patrick Stewart to act out "The Most Annoying People on the Plane," according to Expedia's recent Airplane Etiquette Study, and the "Tonight Show" segment has gone viral with 1.4 million views on YouTube at last count.

The Expedia study released in December polled airline passengers on who they thought were the most annoying passengers. Kimmel said the skit was inspired by a trip he took on an unnamed airline.



Stewart seemed to enjoy his re-reactions of "Chatty Charlie," "The Stinky Snacker," "The Seat Climber," "The Seat Kicker," and "The Landing Clapper" in the four-minute skit that resonated with so many proplr online.

According to CNN, the actual Expedia top 10 etiquette violators, with percentages, included rear seat-kicker, 67 percent; inattentive parents, 64 percent; aromatic passenger, 56 percent; audio-insensitive (talking/music) 51 percent; boozer, 50 percent; chatty Cathy, 43 percent; carry-on baggage offenders, 39 percent; armrest hog, 38 percent; seat-back guy (seat recliner), 37 percent; and queue jumper, 35 percent.

"Expedia's Airplane Etiquette Study is a lighthearted reminder that few places require more attention to etiquette than the inside of an airplane," said John Morrey, Expedia's vice president and general manager.

"You're in a tight space at 30,000 feet with hundreds of fellow travelers, so even the small things – helping your neighbor stow a bag or switching seats to put a mom next to her child – can make a huge difference," said Morrey.

The flying online public liked the skit.


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Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel called on Patrick Stewart to act out "The Most Annoying People on the Plane," according to Expedia's recent Airplane Etiquette Study, and the "Tonight Show" segment has gone viral with 1.4 million views on YouTube at last count.
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