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This Is Our Favorite Episode of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”

This Is Our Favorite Episode of “Curb Your Enthusiasm”
Meg Butler

Sometimes, the internet is a terrible place where passengers are unnecessarily shamed, British Airways fliers can’t check in, and #icebae is a thing. But other times, it’s a delightful place where someone puts an infamous DYKWIA freakout to Frolic by Luciano Michelini and turns an internet incident and its aftermath into a work of art.


She bit the hand that fed her! from r/PublicFreakout

The video begins with the Entitled Passenger in question getting up from her seat and demanding, loudly that, “I work for the governor, now sit somewhere else. I’m not sitting here with a crying baby.”

When the flight attendant refuses to move the mother and child from their seats and instead family and instead offers to put Entitled Passenger on another flight, which makes Entitled Passenger pretty mad. So she demands the flight attendant’s name and tells her “you may not have a job tomorrow.” To that, the flight attendant responds “I want this lady off the flight.”

That is basically the end of the original video. Then some internet genius released the above version which cues up the Curb Your Enthusiasm theme right before Entitled Passenger gets what she deserves, Larry David style.



[Image: Flickr/jonasosthassel]

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  1. closecover

    August 11, 2019 at 9:55 am

    Welcome aboard, Karen.

  2. dhuey


    August 17, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    That flight attendant is my hero.

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