[When comedian Brian Regan flies, he tries to get an emergency exit row seat.]
You know what kills me? When you’re in the emergency exit row seat ... you agree to save everyone. How come when the flight is over, no-one thanks you?
You’d think someone would take note of it on the way out. [And say], “The fact that you were willing to put your life on the line to save me, my family and all the other souls on this plane is one of the greatest gifts a human can offer to another.”