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LAX: Unscheduled Arrivals
It's a stressful day at LAX when Alonso, with Federal Traffic and Safety, arrives for a surprise inspection of the airport. As Harley and Roger try to make the day run smoothly, their first problem arises when a flight from Shanghai to New York must make an emergency landing. Elsewhere, Nick is dealing with an Uzbekistani man who seeks asylum, but is suspected of being a terrorist, while the airport is under siege from paparazzi swarming in anticipation of Prince William's arrival.
(Discussing Uzbekistan's laws against homosexuality)
Oleg: I was caught...with a man.
Nick: Excuse me?
Oleg: I am gay. That is why I seek asylum.
(Nick is taken aback and is speechless)
Betty: Nick, he's gay. It's not contagious.
Roger: Quarantining that plane was the right move!
Harley: It was the suck-up move.
Roger: See that right there. That's your problem. You got no filter between your brain and your mouth!
Betty: Wanna grab a cup of coffee or something?
Nick: You asking me out, Betty?
Betty: No, I'm asking if you wanna grab a cup of coffee.
The airplane arriving from Shanghai is identified as a "Jumbo." The airplane on the tarmac is clearly not a wide body let alone a 747.
US Customs in LAX have a web cam on their LCD monitor to take a headshot and a fingerprint scanner to process foreign nationals. They were not present in the scene where the guy shouted for asylum.