Published on January 14th, 2015 | by Alyssa Daniells

Jimmy Kimmel Exposes Patrick Stewart as Plane Passenger From Hell

While it may be easy to imagine Alec Baldwin and Justin Beiber’s infamous bad behaviour on planes, it’s hard to fathom refined Patrick Stewart following in their footsteps.

But his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night proved otherwise—as well as hilarious.

After a recent travel industry poll revealed the characteristics of the worst kind of people on planes, Jimmy Kimmel appointed Sir Patrick to act out these terrible traits on his show, as he listed them.

Unless you’re among the fortunate few, we’ve all experienced the loquacious seatmate or pointless clapper at some point on a flight. Needless to say, they’re anything but funny. Patrick Stewart certainly made these habits hilarious when he took to the Jimmy Kimmel stage to personify them.

So we can breathe a collective sigh of relief that Patrick’s awesomeness remains intact. In fact, it just went up a notch in our books. Watch his performance here!

What do you consider the most annoying trait of a fellow plane passenger to be? Let us know in the comments below!

 

 

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Alyssa Daniells

Equipped with good grammar, a laptop and sense of humour, Alyssa curiously explores the world, whether it involves traversing oceans to anything historic, artistic or beautiful, or crossing the street for a dark roasted coffee refuel. Curating and creating compelling content (and the occasional alliteration!) is something she loves. Her phone storage is almost at capacity due to countless photos of Toronto, her toddler and other people's pets.



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