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EVERY AIRPLANE EVER is an episode of the Smosh series Every Blank Ever, released on December 10, 2018.


Whether it's waiting for the bathroom, being stuck in the middle seat, or wanting to strangle the kid that keeps kicking your seat, we've all been there (unless you haven't ever flown, then in that case, well heck, I hope you still enjoy). This is EVERY AIRPLANE EVER.




  • Director: Ryan Todd
  • First Assistant Director: Tanner Risner
    • Creative Director: Luke Barats
    • Director of Photography: Mitch Anderson
  • Producers: Kristina Nikolic and Ryan Todd
  • Writers: Ryan Finnerty, Ian Hecox, Ryan Todd, and Monica Vasandani
  • Editor: Ryan Todd
    • Assistant Editor: Matthew Duran
  • Production Manager: Jon-Michael Burgess
  • Production Designer: Tayler Nicholson
  • Art Assistant: Jake Sperling
  • Camera: Brennan Iketani
  • Gaffer: Trent Turner
  • Grip: Joseph Pitruzzello
  • Sound Mixer: Greg Jones
  • Makeup Artist: Brooke Davis Darwin
  • Costume Supervisor: Lindsay Hamilton
  • Script Supervisor: Merina Seidel
  • Post-Production Supervisor: Reed Brice
  • Senior Design: Ness Cardano


EVERY AIRPLANE EVER 1.png When the seatbelt light goes off, indicating the plane's successful stop at the gate, everyone jumps out of their seats and furiously try to make a run for the exit. After the captain (Shayne) reminds them that there are exits on both sides of the plane, the passengers find themselves tangled and stuck in the aisle.
EVERY AIRPLANE EVER 2.png Ian asks a flight attendant (Brian) how it feels to work for the airline after news of an attendant beating a passenger recently broke out. The attendant politely denies any knowledge of this, but a persistent Ian repeatedly offers to show the attendant a video of the beating. The attendant eventually loses his temper and repeats the event on Ian, which later finds its way on BNN.
EVERY AIRPLANE EVER 3.png Keith, at the window seat, asks the passengers next to him (Ian and Courtney) if they could move so he can use the restroom. Ian and Courtney loudly groan and make a show of putting away their things and stepping into the aisle. Keith eventually returns, only to find Ian and Courtney asleep in their seats. Keith barely manages to get to his seat by stepping over them.
EVERY AIRPLANE EVER 4.png Shayne is trying to push his bag, obviously too large to fit, into the overhead compartment. Two flight attendants (Brian and Courtney) try to offer help, but Shayne declines. After a third offer, Shayne screams that it is fine, then starts yelling and punching his bag into the compartment. Eventually managing to force it in, Shayne mentions that he has forgotten his earbuds.
EVERY AIRPLANE EVER 5.png After passing Olivia (with her dog) and Noah (with his bird), a flight attendant (Brian)sees Tracy (Courtney) trying to pass of her husband Kevin (Ian) as an emotional support animal. Tracy denies this, even beating Kevin with the papers when he expresses doubt of their plan. The flight attendant, though obviously confused, decides to let them through.
EVERY AIRPLANE EVER 6.png The flight is off but is experiencing a bit of turbulence. Shayne notices a flight attendant (Keith) carrying a tray of water, visibly unaffected by the shakiness. Perplexed, Shayne accepts that immediately splashes all over his face and shirt. The turbulence lets up, and the attendant makes her way back to the cabin but trips.