This is rich. Guess who’s pushing a boycott of the NBC sitcom "30 Rock."
According to a story in TheWrap.com, "Flight attendants at American have inquired about having [Alec] Baldwin’s "30 Rock" removed from the company’s in-flight entertainment, following the actor’s on-board hissy-ffit and subsequent digs at the airline, its employees and modern-day air travel in general, a spokesperson for the airlines has confirmed to TheWrap."
As previously reported, Baldwin was kicked off an American Airlines flight after getting upset when a flight attendant asked him to stop playing Words with Friends on his iPhone. He later called flight attendants "retired Catholic school gym teachers from the 1950s."The actor continued to express anger toward one flight attendant in particular when he later wrote an online apology of sorts about the incident.
Despite the boycott desire by some of American’s flight attendants, a spokesperson for the union that reporesents American flight attendants told TheWrap that such a boycott was not something the union itself will be pushing.