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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 the recent incident onboard an Alaska Airlines flight where one of the plugs in the fuselage detached, depressurizing the cabin and causing an emergency landing.

Some of My favorite parts of the sketch

  • Our new slogan is “You didn’t die, and you got a cool story”
  • “You know those bolts that hold the airplane together, we’re going to go ahead and tighten those”
  • “On other airlines, you can WATCH movies, but at Alaska, you’re IN the movie”


  • a group of people sitting in a plane

What do you think of this SNL sketch?

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