A tweet made the
rounds We all fly in airplanes. And it was a laptop.
We were trying to figure it out. It got crushed in coach,
’cause they lean back, so it crushed the top. Eric, you’ve probably had
some coach problems, right, when you’re back there?
No, I don’t know. It can’t be all fun and games
while you’re back there. Well, I mean, first of all,
yes, I’m a… nicely sized man. Sorry that your seat is,
like, a two-bedroom apartment. (laughter) Dave’s in his chair on a plane,
like, walking around. -He’s, like…
-(laughter) I go back in coach sometimes. I go,
“What’s happening back here?” You walk back there,
you’re like, “Is this where
they keep my luggage?” First of all, I… I… I just give a little peek back,
’cause listen, if you’ve got a laptop open and it’s touching the seat
in front of you, you’re a asshole– your computer
deserves to get broken. You know what I mean?
You know it’s gonna come down. -Oh, that’s true.
-You know what I mean? Like, what are you doing, like,
having it up like that? -It doesn’t even make any sense.
-The best you’re gonna get is the straight flat,
or a little in. Yeah, come on, you know?
I just look back to go, “Hey, put away your
shitty script you’re writing.” -You know what I mean?
-(laughter) (applause) -You know what I mean?
-I just walked by, -and it feels like a hard pass.
-(laughter) Uh, also,
I sometimes go in coach, and then when I go back,
of course I shut the curtain. But then people in coach
can run up first and use the bathroom. And you can’t say no. Of course, I do. I do.
I go, “No, no, no, no, no. One or two?” -Then he presses the button.
-Bong, bong, bong, bong, bong. -There’s some riffraff, uh…
-Yeah. -I don’t love it.
-I… I don’t like this. I don’t like the fact
that the airlines are pitting us against each other. They’re making it seem like
we should argue with each other, whether you should lean
your chair back or… Hey, how about
you greedy (bleep) make the plane a little roomier,
how about that? -(applause, cheering)
-How about you take out a row… -on the plane?
-SPADE: You’re right. If you are over five foot ten,
170 pounds, those seats
are not made for you. And I’m not sure if you’ve
been out in America lately– not a lot of people
under 170 pounds.
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