What Pan Am Taught Us About The ’60s This Week

by Ethan Alter November 14, 2011 6:00 am
What <i>Pan Am</i> Taught Us About The ’60s This Week

After flying all over the globe the past few weeks, Pan Am offered up its version of a bottle episode last night, keeping the action largely limited to the flying tin can that is the Clipper Majestic. "Unscheduled Departure" opened with the crew bound for Caracas, Venezuela when they're forced to make an unexpected pit stop in Port-au-Prince, Haiti when a passenger (Harris "Quentin Travers" Yulin) experiences a heart attack. Once on the ground after a hairy landing, they discover that the airport is abandoned and the only people around are a pair of gun-wielding men. While the menfolk dither, Collette takes charge, because 1.) She's a native French speaker; 2.) She's the only one with a backbone; 3.) She's just that awesome.

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