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Patrick Stewart Impersonates Annoying People On Planes – Watch

Fri, January 16, 2015 2:06pm EDT by 1 Comment

Is there anyone better than Patrick Stewart? Probably not– especially not after this! The actor recently did the world a service by stopping by ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ for a special segment, and you’ve got to watch it!

In a new bit called “The Most Annoying People on the Plane,” Jimmy Kimmel Live host Jimmy Kimmel got help from a certain pal to act out, well, the most annoying people on planes. If you’ve ever been on an airplane, you know who these people are, and Sir Patrick Stewart demonstrated all of them!

Patrick Stewart On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

Leave it to Jimmy Kimmel and Patrick Stewart to make airplane nightmares hilarious! On the Jan. 14 episode of the late night talk show, Jimmy introduced the segment, appropriately titled, “The Most Annoying People on the Plane,” and he had Patrick on hand to help him!

Amongst the aviation offenders were the following:

The Chatty Charlie: This is the guy who will talk to you nonstop during the flight and, as Patrick did in this example, possibly even spoil the end of your book to you!

The Stinky Snacker: The person who eats disgustingly fragrant foods with a total disregard of the plane’s tight space. “Time for a day old tuna sub!” Patrick said.

The Seat Climber: You know the seat mate who gets up to go to the bathroom but, instead of asking you to get up, just squishes their body parts against you. “Pardon my genitals,” is how Patrick described it.

And finally, The Landing Clapper: The person who claps incessantly once the plane lands and yells, “encore, encore! Let’s go up again!”

Patrick’s Amazing Career

Most well known for his role as Captain Jean-Luc Picard in the Star Trek franchise, Patrick has starred in countless films and televisions shows. Most recently, he starred as Professor X in 2014’s X-Men: Days of Future Past.

He was made a knight bachelor in 2010.

What do you guys think of The Most Annoying People on the Plane?

— Casey Mink