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Patrick Stewart Impersonates The Most Annoying Airline Passengers

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What with the confined space, cardboard food and mind-numbing act of soaring above the ground at 35,000 feet, flying can be an uncomfortable experience at the best of times. The people sitting next to you only make matters worse.  

On last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live, the national treasure that is Sir Patrick Stewart engaged in some cabin-based ad-libbing, acting out the most annoying passengers to encounter on an airline. 

From the Chatty Charlie to the Seat Kicker, Sir Stewart enters into the roles with such gusto that we can't help but think he might kick off on the occasional transatlantic flight himself. Still, we'd gladly find ourselves trapped in a flying tube with a messy eater if it meant we got to share a journey with Captain Jean Luc himself. 

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