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4th Feb '17 9:25:02 PM jamespolk
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* "WesternAnimation/WhenMagooFlew" was an installment of the WesternAnimation/MrMagoo series that had the nearly-blind Magoo wander onto an airplane, thinking he's going to the movies.
8th Nov '16 1:10:24 PM eroock
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8th Nov '16 7:33:03 AM Morgenthaler
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24th Sep '16 6:17:13 AM moto12
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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'' Castle and Alexis are on a plane where an air marshall has been murdered and they try to figure out which of the passengers is the killer.

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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'' Castle and Alexis are spend an episode on a plane where an air marshall has been murdered and they try to figure out which of the passengers is the killer.
24th Sep '16 6:16:12 AM moto12
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* In an episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'' Castle and Alexis are on a plane where an air marshall has been murdered and they try to figure out which of the passengers is the killer.
29th Aug '16 9:27:00 AM dsneybuf
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* ''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]]

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* ''Series/TheElectricCompany'''s ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'''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]]
12th Aug '16 6:59:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''WesternAnimation/AaahhRealMonsters'': By the end of the episode, the main monster trio accidentally scare all the passengers on the place when Krumm causes some engine problems, but the Gromble sees through the LoopholeAbuse � people are supposed to be scared of monsters, not airplanes -- and subjects them to a HereWeGoAgain.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AaahhRealMonsters'': By the end of the episode, the main monster trio accidentally scare all the passengers on the place when Krumm causes some engine problems, but the Gromble sees through the LoopholeAbuse -- people are supposed to be scared of monsters, not airplanes -- and subjects them to a HereWeGoAgain.
12th Aug '16 6:59:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet", which was remade for ''Film/TwilightZoneTheMovie''.
** Another ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' TOS example: "The Odyssey Of Flight 33". A jet airliner is sent on a journey through time.

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episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet", which was remade for ''Film/TwilightZoneTheMovie''.
** Another ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' TOS example: "The Odyssey Of Flight 33". A jet airliner is sent on a journey through time.
12th Aug '16 6:58:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''WesternAnimation/AaahhRealMonsters'': By the end of the episode, the main monster trio accidentally scare all the passengers on the place when Krumm causes some engine problems, but the Gromble sees through the LoopholeAbuse people are supposed to be scared of monsters, not airplanes and subjects them to a HereWeGoAgain.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AaahhRealMonsters'': By the end of the episode, the main monster trio accidentally scare all the passengers on the place when Krumm causes some engine problems, but the Gromble sees through the LoopholeAbuse people are supposed to be scared of monsters, not airplanes -- and subjects them to a HereWeGoAgain.


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12th Aug '16 3:28:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* Series 6 of ''Series/{{Spooks}}'' had an episode where Adam and Ros board a flight from London to Tehran to hunt down a courier taking nuclear secrets to {{Iran}}. Even worse, the UK government had to allow the plane to fly without lightning shielding, or else risk a chemical attack on London. As luck would have it, the plane flies right into a thunderstorm over Turkey.

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* Series 6 of ''Series/{{Spooks}}'' had an episode where Adam and Ros board a flight from London to Tehran to hunt down a courier taking nuclear secrets to {{Iran}}.UsefulNotes/{{Iran}}. Even worse, the UK government had to allow the plane to fly without lightning shielding, or else risk a chemical attack on London. As luck would have it, the plane flies right into a thunderstorm over Turkey.
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