The clip Flight to Thailand from Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004) with Renée Zellweger
You'll shag before you leave Heathrow.
I'll be perfectly fine.
I'm eschewing all men.
And cigarettes. And carbohydrates.
We can't possibly let you go.
On your own.
Oh, stop it, all of you.
I am a mature, sophisticated, professional woman
and I'm going to Thailand entirely on my own, thank you very much.
And now our final passengers have joined us, we can get underway.
Someone's gotta be last.
Are we not sitting together?
I don't think we're really in a position to, um...
...make a fuss. Sorry. Hi.
What's our film?
What's your name? Mine's Olive.
Good afternoon again, ladies and gentlemen.
We're about to offer a wide range of duty-free items.
Details can be found in your in-flight magazine.
Wonderful people, the Thais. Particularly the young ladies.
If you know what I mean, eh?
Oh, for heaven's sake.
Come with me.
Come with me now.
Where are we going?
Just through here.
Thank you. This is worse than school.
It really wasn't my fault.
It's a fizzy drink, you know, it just...
It just sort of fizzied over.
Couldn�t bear to think of you back there in slum class, Jones.
Graham, thank you. You are the best air steward I've ever come across.
And if I may say so, the smartest.
Thank you, sir.
I thought you were there already, doing research.
Fuck, no. I make it up as I go along.
It's 13 hours for this trip. I need some in-flight entertainment.