A small-town woman tries to achieve her goal of becoming a flight attendant.

John Whitney: You put the wrong em-PHA-sis on the wrong syl-LA-ble.
Donna Jensen: I just worry if I really fall in love with Ted, what's going to happen to everything I've worked so hard for?
Randy: OK, fine, don't fall in love with him.
Donna Jensen: That's kinda where I'm having the problem.
Randy: It just takes willpower, is all. I mean, you didn't fall in love with me, did you?
Donna Jensen: You're gay.
Randy: But, it still took willpower, didn't it?
John Whitney: You peaked too soon. You're was what we call a "peak too sooner".
[Addressing the passengers]
Sally Weston: Welcome to New York, where the local time is 7:13 a.m. I'd like to personally thank you for flying with us today, and to remind you that the last one off the plane has to clean it.
Sally Weston: Paris, First Class, International.
Co-Pilot Steve: You're a pro. You're going places.
Donna Jensen: Ya think?
Co-Pilot Steve: I'm a pilot. It's my job to know where people are going.
Sally Weston: Donna, did I ever tell you about a nasty habit that flight attendants pick up on the job?
Donna Jensen: No.
Sally Weston: We learn to always keep smiling, even when we're out of Bloody Mary mix.
[Donna and Christine are filling out job application forms]
Donna Jensen: Oh, my God. Do you dot your "i"'s with little hearts? That's so cute.
Christine: Yeah, well, it's my trademark. That and my hickeys.
Donna Jensen: You're breaking up with me, in a birthday card? Why?
Tommy Boulay: Because they don't make breaking-up cards?
Donna Jensen: Sally always said, life is a series of arrivals and departures.

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