Kristen Johnston Flips Out on Octomom After Her 800 Kids Delay Plane

The Superficial | July 11, 2011 - 10:36 am

“Oh, no, they love riding with the luggage. It’s just like that time we took the bus, kids! Yay!”

After inexplicably appearing on The Today Show Friday morning, Octomom and her brood had to somehow get back to California, so being the cheap-asses that they are, NBC booked them all on a commercial flight – business class – where they managed to delay the plane for two hours. Fortunately, Kristen Johnston: Celebrity, was onboard and took the opportunity to flip the fuck out before storming off the plane which magically reversed time and set everything back on schedule. Except not really. TMZ reports:

The crying babies annoyed the “3rd Rock from the Sun” star so much, she marched over to Nadya and told her keep it down.
Nadya’s rep tells TMZ Nadya fired back, “How would you like me to keep eight 2-year-olds quiet?” To which Kristen allegedly responded, “Get more help!”
The rep says Nadya shouted back, “Why don’t you grow a baby and get a life!”
Eventually Kristen returned to her seat, but according to Nadya’s rep … Kristen got off the plane and never returned.

Look, not to defend Octomom here because she’s partially to blame for using her uterus as a goddamn petri dish, but if NBC wants to fly her out for ratings, the least they can do is charter a freight plane to ship her family in, or at bare minimum, buy up first class because simple math dictates 14 kids on a plane is worse than a terrorist making it to the fucking cockpit. On that same token, the airline should’ve shut this whole production down as soon as her melted face arrived at the gate, or at bare minimum warned the other passengers and offered them a seat on another flight. “Uh, yes, this is captain your speaking. As you may have noticed by the children tumbling out of your overhead compartments, Octomom is onboard, so we’d like to offer everyone who didn’t come out of her vagina a complimentary seat on a later flight to prevent any attempts to exit the cabin at 30,000 feet. After me, of course, ahahahaha! But, no, really, there’s only one chute.”

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