Flight Attendants want “30 Rock” Banned from In-Flight Programming

Alec Baldwin’s Saturday Night Live American Airlines skit did more apologetic harm than good. After being kicked off a flight for continuing to use his cell phone he performed a skit mocking fun of the Airline Company playing a character called “Capt. Steve Rogers” and he issued an apology to himself.

The Association of Professional Flight Attendants requested that the airline remove “30 Rock” from all of the flights.  Jeff Pharr, a spokesperson for the association stated,

“We fully support the flight attendants and the way they handled the situation, The crew responded as they have been thoroughly trained to do so by the FAA as safety professionals onboard the aircraft.”

Pharr then said that if Baldwin apologized that this would be all over.

The Association of Professional Flight Attendants represents 18,000 flight attendants from American Airlines and I would tell all 18,000 of them to chill the f*ck out.  It’s not that serious and there is a slim chance that NBC-Universal, who dictates the inflight programming, will pull “30 Rock” and even a slimmer chance they will get an apology from Alec Baldwin.


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