Oh, and here he is doing it again! He makes the flight attendant stand away from him so he can pound on the door to the cockpit and shout, "You don't have to do this!" Nothing happens, so he insists that the flight attendant open the door. She can't, so he makes her tell him how to talk to the pilot. The answer is "the middle button on that phone there," so he grabs it and delivers his message. That message is a combination of "You don't have to do this" and "Open the door," but neither part seems to do anything. While Sean is pounding on the cockpit door (with his gun, which seems like a bad plan), a bald guy pops up to point a gun at him. It's an air marshal, and he tells Sean that he has to put his hands up or get shot. Sean drops the gun.
Eight days earlier (you're following this timeline, right?), Sean and Leila are in their cabin on a cruise ship. Then they're out on the beach, and Leila comes out of the water as Sean gazes at the engagement ring he clearly hasn't given her yet. He awkwardly suggests a casual walk along the beach, which then segues into him starting to propose. But he's clearly practiced his speech a lot and it takes a long time for him to get through the "I wanted to freeze this moment in time" stuff and he starts talking about when he first met her five years ago and we're clearly never going to get to the proposal at this rate so it's kind of a relief when he's interrupted by a dude shouting "Help! Help!" Said dude is standing on a cliff and he's worried about his girlfriend who is drowning in the waters below. The dude would do something about it, but his arm is in a cast. Who will help out a dude in distress? Sean will! Leila tells him not to, but he jumps off the cliff, narrowly avoiding the rocks, and swims out to the drowning girl, who turns out to be named Vicki. Broken-arm dude shouts, "Swim!" And you'll have to admit, that's pretty good advice.