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I have really been enjoying Saturday Night Live (SNL) lately. I used to stay up and watch it when I was a teenager way back in the day, but now I typically catch it later on in the week on Youtube. SNL has done a few travel-themed sketches that I have covered before.

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I saw a sketch from this past Saturday’s show about traveling during Thanksgiving Week (H/T View from the Wing) about an airport parade, “live” from Gate 78 in Terminal C at Newark Airport, everyone’s third choice 🙂

The Cast Of Characters In Thanksgiving Travel

You should definitely watch the video if you’re a frequent traveler – I think you’ll see a few people you recognize, including:

  • Arguing couples
  • Overly permissive parents letting their kids do anything
  • People with unneeded service animals
  • People with multiple layers to avoid checking a bag
  • Repetitive TSA agents
  • Pilots drinking at the airport bar
  • Gay flight attendants estranged from their families
  • TSA patdowns

What do you think of this SNL sketch

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