air travel

Mo Rocca Went Undercover to See What It’s Like To Be Steven Slater

Back in 2001, knitting hobbyist Mo Rocca on The Daily Show went behind the scenes of “air rage,” the phenomenon where people flying at 30,000 feet become monsters. Poignantly, it was none other than JetBlue that allowed him on board. Not to spoil the footage, but Mo happened to handle air rage a smidge better than Steven Slater.

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