90+ Hilarious Airplane! Quotes

Airplane Quotes

Airplane! is an American parody of the disaster film genre from the year 1980, that was written and directed by Jerry Zucker, David Zucker, and Jim Abrahams. In this article, you will find the best and funniest Airplane quotes from both Airplane! movie from 1980 and the sequel, Airplane II: The Sequel, from 1982. These hilarious quotes never get old, and people never get tired of quoting them.

The first film stars Robert Hays, Leslie Nielsen, Lloyd Bridges, Peter Graves, Julie Hagerty, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and others. It follows Ted Striker (played by Robert Hays) who has a fear of flight, yet has to make sure the plane lands safely after both pilots become sick and cannot fly the plane.

Airplane! was a huge success. The movie’s production budget was $3.5 million, and it grossed $171 million at the movie theatres all over the world. It was also nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy, and also for the BAFTA Award for Best Screenplay.

The movie is ranked No.6 on the list of 100 Funniest Movies made by Bravo, and it is also ranked No.2 on in a survey made by UK’s Channel 4 it 2007, second only to Monty Python’s Life of Brian. The Library of Congress selected the movie for preservation in The United States National Film Registry for as being “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant”.

Due to the success of the film, a sequel was made two years later in 1982. Its success was modest, with a production budget of $15 million, grossing $27.2 million in movie theaters worldwide.

Famous phrases from both movies are cited to this day. So without further ado, we give you best Airplane quotes from both movies. Try not to laugh too hard, and enjoy!

Here is a sneak peek at the quotes in this article:

Table of Contents

Airplane! Ted Striker Quotes (1980)

Hanging Lady: Nervous?

Ted Striker: Yes.

Hanging Lady: First time?

Ted Striker: No, I’ve been nervous lots of times.


Ted Striker: I flew single engine fighters in the Air Force, but this plane has four engines. It’s an entirely different kind of flying, altogether.

Rumack, Randy: It’s an entirely different kind of flying.


Elaine Dickinson: It takes so many things to make love last. But most of all, it takes respect, and I can’t live with a man I don’t respect.

Ted Striker: What a pisser!


Elaine Dickinson: What’s his problem?

Ted Striker: That’s Lieutenant Hurwitz. Severe shellshock. He thinks he’s Ethel Merman.


Randy: Excuse me, sir. There’s been a little problem in the cockpit…

Ted Striker: The cockpit! What is it?

Randy: It’s the little room in the front of the plane where the pilots sit. But that’s not important right now.


Ted Striker: War is hell.


Ted Striker: I just dropped in for a couple of drinks. But suddenly, there she was. I was captivated, entranced. It hit me like a thunderbolt. I had to ask the guy next to me to pinch me to make sure I wasn’t dreaming.


Ted Striker: It was at that moment that I first realized Elaine had doubts about our relationship. And that, as much as anything else, led to my drinking problem.


Ted Striker: Mayday! Mayday!

Steve McCroskey: What the heck is that?

Johnny: Why, that’s the Russian New Year. We can have a parade and serve hot hors d’oeuvres…


Ted Striker: Let’s see… altitude: 21,000 feet. Speed: 520 knots. Level flight. Course: zero-niner-zero. Trim and mixture: wash, soak, rinse, spin.


Rex Kramer: Don’t be a fool, Striker, you know what a landing like this means, you more than anybody. I’m ordering you to stay up there.

Ted Striker: No dice, Chicago. I’m giving the orders and we’re coming in. I guess the foot’s on the other hand now, isn’t it, Kramer?


Ted Striker: The oil pressure. I forgot to check the oil pressure! When Kramer hears about this, the shit’s going to hit the fan.


Ted Striker: Excuse me doc, I got a plane to land.


Ted Striker: I’ve got to concentrate… concentrate… concentrate… I’ve got to concentrate… concentrate… concentrate… Hello?… hello… hello… Echo… echo… echo… Pinch hitting for Pedro Borbon… Manny Mota… Mota… Mota…


Ted Striker: My orders came through. My squadron ships out tomorrow. We’re bombing the storage depots at Daiquiri at 1800 hours. We’re coming in from the north, below their radar.

Elaine Dickinson: When will you be back?

Ted Striker: I can’t tell you that. It’s classified.


Elaine Dickinson: Ted! What are you doing here? You can’t fly this plane!

Ted Striker: That’s what I’m trying to tell these people!


Elaine Dickinson: Ted, the altitude! We’re falling, Ted! We’re falling! The mountains, Ted! The mountains!

Ted Striker: What mountains? We’re over IOWA!



Ted Striker: It was a rough place – the seediest dive on the wharf. Populated with every reject and cutthroat from Bombay to Calcutta. It’s worse than Detroit.


Airplane! Elaine Dickinson Quotes (1980)

Elaine Dickinson: Ladies and gentlemen, this is your stewardess speaking… We regret any inconvenience the sudden cabin movement might have caused, this is due to periodic air pockets we encountered, there’s no reason to become alarmed, and we hope you enjoy the rest of your flight… By the way, is there anyone on board who knows how to fly a plane?


Elaine Dickinson: You got a letter from headquarters this morning.

Ted Striker: What is it?

Elaine Dickinson: It’s a big building where generals meet, but that’s not important.


Ted Striker: Because of my mistake, six men didn’t return from that raid.

Elaine Dickinson: Seven. Lieutenant Zip died this morning.


Ted Striker: It’s a damn good thing he doesn’t know how much I hate his guts.

Elaine Dickinson: It’s a damn good thing you don’t know how much he hates your guts.


Rex Kramer: There he is. Striker, you’re coming in too fast!

Ted Striker: I know, I know!

Elaine Dickinson: He knows, he knows.


Elaine Dickinson: I remember everything. All I have are memories. Mostly, I remember the nights when we were together. I remember how you used to hold me. How I used to sit on your face and wriggle, and afterwards how we’d watch till the sun came up.


Elaine Dickinson: Would you like something to read?

Hanging Lady: Do you have anything light?

Elaine Dickinson: How about this leaflet, “Famous Jewish Sports Legends?”


Elaine Dickinson: Does anyone here speak Jive?


Religious Zealot #1: Hello. We’d like you to have this flower from the Religious Consciousness Church. Would you care to make a donation?

Elaine Dickinson: No, but thank you anyway.


Rumack: Elaine, you’re a member of this team. Can you face some unpleasant facts?

Elaine Dickinson: No.


Airplane! Dr. Rumack Quotes (1980)

Dr. Rumack: You’d better tell the Captain we’ve got to land as soon as we can. This woman has to be gotten to a hospital.

Elaine Dickinson: A hospital? What is it?

Dr. Rumack: It’s a big building with patients, but that’s not important right now.


Dr. Rumack: Can you fly this plane, and land it?

Ted Striker: Surely you can’t be serious.

Dr. Rumack: I am serious… and don’t call me Shirley.


Dr. Rumack: I won’t deceive you, Mr. Striker. We’re running out of time.

Ted Striker: Surely there must be something you can do.

Dr. Rumack: I’m doing everything I can… and stop calling me Shirley!


Dr. Rumack: What was it we had for dinner tonight?

Elaine Dickinson: Well, we had a choice of steak or fish.

Dr. Rumack: Yes, yes, I remember, I had lasagna.


Captain Clarence Oveur: What is it, Doctor? What’s going on?

Dr. Rumack: I’m not sure. I haven’t seen anything like this since the Anita Bryant concert.


Dr. Rumack: Captain, how soon can you land?

Captain Oveur: I can’t tell.

Dr. Rumack: You can tell me. I’m a doctor.

Captain Oveur: No. I mean I’m just not sure.

Dr. Rumack: Well, can’t you take a guess?

Captain Oveur: Well, not for another two hours.

Dr. Rumack: You can’t take a guess for another two hours?


Dr. Rumack: I just want to tell you both good luck. We’re all counting on you.


Dr. Rumack: The life of everyone on board depends upon just one thing: finding someone back there who can not only fly this plane, but who didn’t have fish for dinner.


Dr. Rumack: All right, I’m going to level with you all. But what’s most important now is that you remain calm. There is no reason to panic. Now, it is true that one of the crew members is ill… slightly ill. But the other two pilots… they’re just fine. They’re at the controls flying the plane… free to pursue a life of religious fulfillment.


Dr. Rumack: Elaine, I don’t have time to say this gently, so I’ll be very direct. Everyone in this plane is in a desperate situation. Mr. Striker is the only hope we’ve got.


Airplane! Steve McCroskey Quotes (1980)

Steve McCroskey: Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit smoking.


Steve McCroskey: Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit amphetamines.


Steve McCroskey: Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue.


Steve McCroskey: Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit drinking.


Steve McCroskey: I want the kids in bed by 9:00. I want the dog fed, the yard watered, and the gate locked. And get a note to the milkman. No more cheese!


Steve McCroskey: It’s coming right at us!


Steve McCroskey: I need the best man on this. Someone who knows that plane inside and out and won’t crack under pressure.

Johnny: How about Mister Rogers?


Steve McCroskey: Ease off, Rex. He hasn’t flown for years; it’s not his fault. It could happen to any pilot.


Steve McCroskey: Now your husband and the others are alive, but unconscious.

Johnny: Just like Gerald Ford.


Airplane! Captain Rex Kramer Quotes (1980)

Captain Rex Kramer: Our only hope is to build this man up. We gotta give him all the confidence we can. Striker, have you ever flown a multi-engine plane before?

Ted Striker: No, never.

Captain Rex Kramer: Shit! This is a God damn waste of time! There’s no way he can land this plane!


Captain Rex Kramer: Do you know what it’s like to fall in the mud and get kicked… in the head… with an iron boot? Of course you don’t, no one does. It never happens. Sorry, Ted, that’s a dumb question… skip that.


Captain Rex Kramer: Striker, listen, and you listen close: flying a plane is no different than riding a bicycle, just a lot harder to put baseball cards in the spokes.


Air Controller Macias: Captain, maybe we ought to turn on the searchlights now.

Captain Rex Kramer: No… that’s just what they’ll be expecting us to do.


Captain Rex Kramer: Get that finger out of your ear! You don’t know where that finger’s been!


Airplane! Captain Clarence Oveur Quotes (1980)

Roger Murdock: Flight 2-0-9’er, you are cleared for take-off.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Roger!

Roger Murdock: Huh?

Tower voice: L.A. departure frequency, 123 point 9’er.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Roger!

Roger Murdock: Huh?

Victor Basta: Request vector, over.

Captain Clarence Oveur: What?

Tower voice: Flight 2-0-9’er cleared for vector 324.

Roger Murdock: We have clearance, Clarence.

Captain Clarence Oveur : Roger, Roger. What’s our vector, Victor?

Tower voice: Tower’s radio clearance, over!

Captain Clarence Oveur: That’s Clarence Oveur. Over.

Tower voice: Over.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Roger.

Roger Murdock: Huh?

Tower voice: Roger, over!

Roger Murdock: What?

Captain Clarence Oveur: Huh?

Victor Basta: Who?


Captain Clarence Oveur: Joey, have you ever been in a… in a Turkish prison?


Operator: Excuse me, Captain Oveur, but I have an emergency call on line five from a Mr. Hamm.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Alright, give me a Hamm on five, hold the Mayo.


Captain Clarence Oveur: You ever been in a cockpit before?

Joey: No sir, I’ve never been up in a plane before.

Captain Clarence Oveur: You ever seen a grown man naked?


Captain Clarence Oveur: Joey, do you like movies about gladiators?


Airplane II: The Sequel Ted Striker Quotes (1982)

Ted Striker: I guess it’s in God’s hands now.

Father O’Flanagan: I’m Father O’Flanagan, and I am a man of God. Therefore, you must trust me when I tell you that we’re all likely going to die.


Jimmy Wilson: Can I ask you a question?

Ted Striker: What is it?

Jimmy Wilson: It’s an interrogative statement, used to test knowledge. But that’s not important right now…


Ted Striker: Elaine, are you on that shuttle?

Simon: Both of us Striker. And when we return, we’re getting married.

Ted Striker: Elaine, it has to be stopped.

Elaine Dickinson: But Ted, the invitations have already gone out.

Ted Striker: No, I mean the flight has to be stopped.


Ted Striker: It’s funny how fate can make heroes out of cowards.


Ted Striker: Elaine, wait. Listen to me.

Elaine Dickinson: Ted, what are you doing? Why can’t you just let me live my own life?

Ted Striker: Elaine, it’s more than just your life. It’s the life of everyone aboard this ship.


Ted Striker: Elaine, listen to me.

Elaine Dickinson: Ted, we can’t go on like this anymore.

Ted Striker: You don’t understand; we have to go back.

Elaine Dickinson: I understand perfectly. We had something very special, but it’s over. We can’t go back.

Ted Striker: I mean this flight has to go back. Without wiring this shuttle can blow any second.


Steve McCroskey: Come in Mayflower 1, give me your name and position.

Ted Striker: My name’s Striker and I’m sitting down and facing front. Why would you want to know that?


Ted Striker: Who could have figured it would come to this. It’ll be twenty years this week that I lost my entire squadron over Macho Grande. Planes, too.


Ted Striker: Where am I going to get a piece of metal?… Out here in space?… At this hour?


Ted Striker: We’re going to have to blow up the computer!

Elaine Dickinson: Blow ROC?


Ted Striker: Which passenger is Joe Solucci?

Mary, Shuttle Stewardess: 16C. Why?

Ted Striker: He’s carrying a bomb.

Mary, Shuttle Stewardess: A bo – ?

Ted Striker: No, not a bo-. A bomb. Now, discreetly as possible, I want you to move the passengers, into the lounge.

Mary, Shuttle Stewardess: We don’t have a lounge.

Ted Striker: That’s not important right now but, you got to do is get those people away from that bomb.


Ted Striker: We’re not in the past anymore, Elaine. This… is the FUTURE.


Airplane II: The Sequel Elaine Dickinson Quotes (1982)

Elaine Dickinson: There’s nothing wrong with this ship, the problem is in your mind, where it has always been.

Ted Striker: Than you do think I’m insane.

Elaine Dickinson: I never used the word insane, Ted.

Ted Striker: What word would you use, Elaine?

Elaine Dickinson: The word is sick, Ted. Goodbye.


Simon: Just a few more hours and change ’til liftoff.

Elaine Dickinson: I’m very excited, Simon.

Simon: Guess this is a first for you, eh kid?

Elaine Dickinson: No, I’ve been excited before.


Elaine Dickinson: Hello, this is the Mayflower. Come in. Anyone?

Steve McCroskey: Okay okay. Now we’re making some headway. Yeah yeah, we read you Mayflower. Identify yourself.

Elaine Dickinson: Well, this is Elaine Dickinson. I’m 5-foot-8, 123 pounds. I have, uh, brown hair, blue eyes. I enjoy surfing, backgammon and men who aren’t afraid to cry.


Elaine Dickinson: Ted, I have the strangest feeling we’ve been through this exact same thing before.


ROC: Voice interface.

Elaine Dickinson: There’s an overheat in the core. Please analyze problem.

ROC: There is no apparent overheat.

Elaine Dickinson: Yes, there is, ROC. We read a core overheat. Repeat analysis.

ROC: Analysis confirmed. All systems compute positive.

Elaine Dickinson: Well, not from where I’m sitting they don’t!

ROC: Look, Elaine. Cut the “not from where I’m sitting” shit. It must be a human error.

Elaine Dickinson: Captain, I think we have a computer foul-up!

Captain Clarence Oveur: I see.

Elaine Dickinson: Well, what do you recommend, Captain?

Captain Clarence Oveur: Maybe you’d better run it through the computer.

Elaine Dickinson: But sir, I already have!

Captain Clarence Oveur: Good!


Testa: Captain, Mr. Dunn and Mr. Unger were sucked out an air lock in the computer room!

Captain Clarence Oveur: Both together?

Elaine Dickinson, Testa: Mr. Dunn and Mr. Unger were sucked out an air lock in the computer room!


Elaine Dickinson: Ladies and gentlemen, please calm down. Please listen to me! I want to tell you what’s going on with the ship! Thank you. We’ve been thrown off course just a tad.

Tad Woman: Miss? What exactly is “a tad?”

Elaine Dickinson: In space terms, that’s about half a million miles. The bumps you feel are asteroids smashing into the hull of the ship. Also we’re flying without a navigational system and can’t seem to change course.

Dr. Stone: Miss, are you telling us absolutely everything?

Elaine Dickinson: Not exactly. We’re also out of coffee.


Elaine Dickinson: I’m gonna go get Ted, just don’t fall apart on me now!


Airplane II: The Sequel Steve McCroskey Quotes (1982)

Steve McCroskey: Jacobs, I want to know absolutely everything that’s happened up till now.

Jacobs: Well, let’s see. First the earth cooled. And then the dinosaurs came, but they got too big and fat, so they all died and they turned into oil. And then the Arabs came and they bought Mercedes Benzes. And Prince Charles started wearing all of Lady Di’s clothes. I couldn’t believe it.


Steve McCroskey: Jacobs, what have you got on Elaine Dickinson?

Jacobs: Well, I’m two inches taller, a better dancer, and much more fun to be with.


Steve McCroskey: Now listen to me and listen good. If you got any ideas, any ideas at all, now is the time. I want to hear them and I want to hear them now! Jacobs: How about a game show like Hollywood Squares but with kids? Gary Coleman could host.


Steve McCroskey: And I can sum it all up in just one word: courage, dedication, daring, pride, pluck, spirit, grit, mettle, and G-U-T-S, guts. Why, Ted Striker’s got more guts in his little finger than most of us have in our large intestine, including the colon!


Steve McCroskey: Things sure haven’t changed.


Steve McCroskey: Would somebody please tell me what in Sam Hill a woman is doing up there in charge of that ship?

Jacobs: Well maybe she’s got her ship together.


Steve McCroskey: Listen good. That thing is bound to come apart on you at that speed, and that’s no good! It’s got to be in one piece when you land on the moon! You know damn well that that warp drive has never been tested! You’re putting yourself and everybody else on that ship in jeopardy!


Airplane II: The Sequel Commander Buck Murdock Quotes (1982)

Commander Buck Murdock: We’d better get to the tower, Lieutenant.

Lt. Pervis: We have no tower, sir.

Commander Buck Murdock: No tower?

Lt. Pervis: Just a bridge, sir.

Commander Buck Murdock: Why the hell aren’t I notified about these things?


Commander Buck Murdock: But it’s his ship now. He’s the top dog. The big man. Numéro uno honcho. The head cheese. Just hope he has the right stuff.


Lieutenant: Those lights are blinking out of sequence. What should we do?

Commander Buck Murdock: Make them blink in sequence.


Commander Buck Murdock: Oh, cut the bleeding heart crap, will ya? We’ve all got our switches, lights, and knobs to deal with, Striker. I mean, down here there are literally hundreds and thousands of blinking, beeping, and flashing lights, blinking and beeping and flashing – they’re flashing and they’re beeping. I can’t stand it anymore! They’re blinking and beeping and flashing! Why doesn’t somebody pull the plug!


Commander Buck Murdock: If they’ve lost their crew and on manual, who’s in control of that bucket, lieutenant?

Lieutenant: Some guy by the name of Ted Striker, sir.

Commander Buck Murdock: Ted Striker!

Lieutenant: Do you know him, sir?

Commander Buck Murdock: Never heard of him.


Commander Buck Murdock: We were like brothers. We flew together during the war. We were close, we were close. Until…

Lieutenant: Until, sir?

Commander Buck Murdock: Until that day over Macho Grande.

Lieutenant: over Macho Grande, sir?

Commander Buck Murdock: No, I’m afraid I’ll never be over Macho Grande.


Commander Buck Murdock: Striker, you get that ship down… and down safe… there just might be a few of us who will forget Macho Grande.


Commander Buck Murdock: Irony can be pretty ironic sometimes.


Commander Buck Murdock: I want a six-foot trench dug around the entire base. Fill it with gasoline.


Striker: Ok Murdock, I think I got something that just might work.

Commander Buck Murdock: what?

Striker: A bobby pin.

Commander Buck Murdock: A bobby pin? What the hell’s a man doing with a bobby pin? Lights on. All right Striker, if a bobby pin is what you got, you will have to do. Just shove it in there, you’ll have to short that thing out.


Airplane II: The Sequel Captain Clarence Oveur Quotes (1982)

Simon: Gentlemen, I’d like you to meet your captain, Captain Oveur.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Gentlemen, welcome aboard.

Simon: Captain, your navigator, Mr. Unger, and your first officer, Mr. Dunn.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Unger.

Unger: Oveur.

Dunn: Oveur.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Dunn. Gentlemen, let’s get to work.

Simon: Unger, didn’t you serve under Oveur in the Air Force?

Unger: Not directly. Technically, Dunn was under Oveur and I was under Dunn.

Dunn: Yep.

Simon: So, Dunn, you were under Oveur and over Unger.

Unger: Yep.

Captain Clarence Oveur: That’s right. Dunn was over Unger and I was over Dunn.

Unger: So, you see, both Dunn and I were under Oveur, even though I was under Dunn.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Dunn was over Unger, and I was over Dunn.


Dunn: Uh, Captain, I’m picking up an overheat in the computer core.

Captain Clarence Oveur: How serious is it, Mr. Dunn?

Dunn: Uh, I can’t tell sir.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Well you can tell me – I’m the Captain.


Captain Clarence Oveur: Well, my goodness, Scraps is a boy dog, isn’t he?

Jimmy: Yeah.

Captain Clarence Oveur: Jimmy, do you like it when Scraps holds onto your leg and rubs up and down?


Captain Clarence Oveur: Jimmy, do you ever wonder why dogs sniff each other?


Interesting Facts about Airplane Movies

After we had some good laughs, it’s time to share some interesting facts about both Airplane movies. Enjoy.

  1. Who Else Auditioned or was Suggested for Airplane (1980)? Dom DeLuise was suggested by Paramount Studios to play the part of Dr. Rumack, both eventually the part went to Leslie Nielsen, which I personally glad it did. Believe it or not, but singer and songwriter Barry Manilow was suggested to play the role of Ted Striker. Sigourney Weaver and David Letterman also auditioned for the movie.
  2. Pete Rose as Roger Murdock – The part of Roger Murdock was played by NBA basketball star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, but the intention was to give this part to baseball player Pete Rose. However, because Rose was busy playing baseball, the part went to Abdul-Jabbar who played it perfectly if you ask me.
  3. The Kid Who Played Young Joey Did Not Understand Some of the Jokes – Rossie Harris was 9 years old when he played the role of Young Joey in Airplane movie, so he didn’t understand the jokes that Peter Graves who played Captain Clarence Oveur told him during the movie. You know, the Turkish prison, gladiator moviesת and all the other jokes he told him in the cockpit scene. When Harris turned 10 and watched the movie again, let’s say he understood the meaning of those jokes better.
  4. Robert Hays can Actually Fly a Plane – Robert Hays who plays Ted Striker can actually fly a plane, and not just in movies, but in real life, because Hays is actually a licensed pilot. You think he can fly a plane with four engines as well? I bet he could!
  5. The Original Airplane! Movie was Longer – The original cut of Airplane! was longer than the final cut, as it was 115 minutes long. After the original movie was screened in two movie theatres and three colleges, it was decided to shorten it, and so the final cut of the movie is only 88 minutes long. Still enough laughs there, believe me.
  6. The Directors of the First Movie Haven’t Seen the Second Movie – All three original directors of Airplane! did not watch the sequel from 1982. The sequel was made without their permission nor input, and so, all three decided not to watch it and have nothing to do with it. Which is a shame, because the sequel turned out a great movie as well, especially the role of Commander Buck Murdock played by legendary William Shatner.
  7. A Prop from a Star Trek Film – If you watch the sequel again, you’ll notice that there’s a machine that the staff can’t really figure out how to work or operate it. This machine is actually a prop from the movie Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan! If you watch the Star Trek movie again as well, see if you can spot that machine there as well…
  8. The First Airplane II: The Sequel Movie Were Lucky – The first people who saw the sequel were test audiences. They were very lucky back in 1982, because they were all given 3D glasses to watch and enjoy the film in 3D, and I remind you that we’re talking about 1982. Futuristic cinema back then…
  9. Scratch Fact No.8 – You’ve just read that the first test audiences were given 3D glasses to enjoy the film in 3D. However, turned out that this was all a prank, because there is no 3D version of the movie, and watching the film with the glasses on made it all look blurry. It took the audience a couple of minutes to realise that this was all a joke and to this day, it is unknown who is responsible for this prank.
  10. A Dark Gag on a Bag – In the sequel, Sonny Bono plays the role of the bomber. He is carrying a bag with him, and in one of the scenes in the movie, you can see a bunch of stickers on the bag. Those stickers represent all the places he has visited in the past, and they are Dresden, Hiroshima, Pearl Harbour, and Nagasaki. This is a dark gag, since all of these places were bombed throughout history, while Bono is playing a bomber.

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