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7th May '16 3:20:25 PM nombretomado
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* One episode of ''TheGoldenGirls'' takes place (mostly) on a plane, where the girls are all forced to confront their biggest fears: Dorothy of flying, Rose of public speaking, and Blanche of bald men.

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* One episode of ''TheGoldenGirls'' ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' takes place (mostly) on a plane, where the girls are all forced to confront their biggest fears: Dorothy of flying, Rose of public speaking, and Blanche of bald men.
19th Mar '16 8:16:18 AM Hossmeister
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23rd Jan '16 9:21:22 PM Willbyr
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* The second episode of ''AceAttorneyInvestigations'' takes place on an unusually large airplane both while it is en route and after it has landed.

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* The second episode of ''AceAttorneyInvestigations'' ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigationsMilesEdgeworth'' takes place on an unusually large airplane both while it is en route and after it has landed.



* ''TheElectricCompany'''s animated segment, "The Adventures of Letterman," had one episode set on a plane. The series' villain, the Spellbinder, pulls off what today would be considered an act of terrorism: Spotting a plane with an elementary school class (along with teachers, the principal and chaperones) going on a cross-country trip, Spellbinder decides to change the "e" in plane to "t," creating "plant." The plant begins a freefall from 30,000 feet, [[DudeNotFunny the Spellbinder laughs at the situation(!)]] and [[DangerDeadpan the pilot to cry out to the control tower for help, knowing that the situation is hopeless]]. Never fear: Letterman shows up in time to restore the "e" in plane and the flight to continue on uneventfully. [[note]]Today, Spellbinder -- who creates the situation for his own amusement -- would be shot on sight, or in the very least receive a swift and sure death sentence; here, he simply yells "curses" and lives to fight another day. Additionally, the segment (which was not part of any re-aired ''The Electric Company'' episode that ran on Noggin in the early 2000s) would have been pulled immediately after 9/11 (due to the historic event's association with Middle Easterners).[[/note]]

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* ''TheElectricCompany'''s ''Series/TheElectricCompany'''s animated segment, "The Adventures of Letterman," had one episode set on a plane. The series' villain, the Spellbinder, pulls off what today would be considered an act of terrorism: Spotting a plane with an elementary school class (along with teachers, the principal and chaperones) going on a cross-country trip, Spellbinder decides to change the "e" in plane to "t," creating "plant." The plant begins a freefall from 30,000 feet, [[DudeNotFunny the Spellbinder laughs at the situation(!)]] and [[DangerDeadpan the pilot to cry out to the control tower for help, knowing that the situation is hopeless]]. Never fear: Letterman shows up in time to restore the "e" in plane and the flight to continue on uneventfully. [[note]]Today, Spellbinder -- who creates the situation for his own amusement -- would be shot on sight, or in the very least receive a swift and sure death sentence; here, he simply yells "curses" and lives to fight another day. Additionally, the segment (which was not part of any re-aired ''The Electric Company'' episode that ran on Noggin in the early 2000s) would have been pulled immediately after 9/11 (due to the historic event's association with Middle Easterners).[[/note]]
11th Oct '15 3:49:48 AM erforce
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[[SnakesOnAPlane "Enough... is ]]''[[SnakesOnAPlane enough]]''[[SnakesOnAPlane ! I've had it with this motherfucking episode on this motherfucking plane! Everyone strap in!... I'm about to open some fuckin' windows."]]

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[[SnakesOnAPlane [[Film/SnakesOnAPlane "Enough... is ]]''[[SnakesOnAPlane enough]]''[[SnakesOnAPlane ]]''[[Film/SnakesOnAPlane enough]]''[[Film/SnakesOnAPlane ! I've had it with this motherfucking episode on this motherfucking plane! Everyone strap in!... I'm about to open some fuckin' windows."]]
12th Sep '15 3:49:25 AM Adept
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* One episode of ''{{Patlabor}}'' takes place almost entirely on the plane Kanuka Clancy is taking back to America... but it never actually gets off the ground due to an overeager hijacker making his move a little early.

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* One episode of ''{{Patlabor}}'' ''Anime/{{Patlabor}}'' takes place almost entirely on the plane Kanuka Clancy is taking back to America... but it never actually gets off the ground due to an overeager hijacker making his move a little early.
12th Apr '15 10:49:21 PM nombretomado
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* Two ''CaseClosed'' examples: 1) The "New York Arc" started with a flashback where Shinichi solves a variant "locked room mystery" that takes place on a plane. 2) A case featuring a disgruntled former relief pitcher was solved when Conan realizes that [[spoiler: the suspect had taken the same flight they did]].

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* Two ''CaseClosed'' ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' examples: 1) The "New York Arc" started with a flashback where Shinichi solves a variant "locked room mystery" that takes place on a plane. 2) A case featuring a disgruntled former relief pitcher was solved when Conan realizes that [[spoiler: the suspect had taken the same flight they did]].
31st Mar '15 2:15:16 PM Morgenthaler
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* Once in ''[[Series/TwentyFour 24]]'', Jack Bauer had to hijack a plane for some reason. He was up to his [[JackBauerInterrogationTechnique usual shenanigans]] on the plane for about an episode or two.

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* Once in ''[[Series/TwentyFour 24]]'', ''Series/TwentyFour'', Jack Bauer had to hijack a plane for some reason. He was up to his [[JackBauerInterrogationTechnique usual shenanigans]] on the plane for about an episode or two.




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* ''Series/{{Goosebumps}}'': There's an episode called "More Monster Blood", in which the ravenous green BlobMonster is released onboard a passenger plane and proceeds to devour everyone. This plot was exclusive to the series.
20th Jan '15 10:22:01 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'' has "The Gang Beats Boggs," in which the gang tries to beat Wade Boggs's record of drinking 70 beers in a cross-country flight.
20th Jan '15 10:20:52 AM CaptainCrawdad
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** And guess what? ''HumanTarget'' has "Rewind", where the team needs to prevent a murder on a plane to Seattle. Differing only in that [[spoiler:the former plane almost crashed deliberately, as part of the plot, while the latter plane only almost crashed cause a stray bullet started a fire.]]

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** And guess what? ''HumanTarget'' * ''Series/HumanTarget'' has "Rewind", where the team needs to prevent a murder on a plane to Seattle. Differing only in that [[spoiler:the former plane almost crashed deliberately, as part of the plot, while the latter plane only almost crashed cause a stray bullet started a fire.]]
20th Jan '15 10:20:28 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* A third season episode of ''Series/{{House}}'' "Airborne" had House and Cuddy stuck on a plane when a strange epidemic started breaking out among the passengers. House replaces his usually team with a three passengers of a plane. He tells one of them to say "crikey" and agree with everything he says, one of them is to disagree with everything House says, and the third passenger must be morally outraged at everything he says.

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* A third season episode of ''Series/{{House}}'' ''Series/{{House}}''
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"Airborne" had House and Cuddy stuck on a plane when a strange epidemic started breaking out among the passengers. House replaces his usually team with a three passengers of a plane. He tells one of them to say "crikey" and agree with everything he says, one of them is to disagree with everything House says, and the third passenger must be morally outraged at everything he says.
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