Ricci's stewardess character explains to the male passenger that evening flights have their advantages when he says he is looking at one of them.
New ABC's show "Pan Am" has sleekly-dressed stewardess to attract men and Christina Ricci's Maggie is unexceptionally one of them. The rebellious flight attendant gets praise from one passenger in the upcoming episode when she tries to point out the benefits of evening flights as the man replies, "I think I'm looking at one."
Also in "Eastern Exposure" which will air next Sunday, October 2, a routine courier mission for Kate turns harrowing as she struggles to make a drop by the deadline after a last minute change sends the crew on a flight to Rangoon. Still, the other flygirls manage to enjoy some sunbathing session.
Meanwhile, Maggie takes naive Laura under her wing and shows her the wilder side of the city. As for Ted, news of a space mission leads him to reflect on his own past and what his powerful family connections have cost him.
"Pan Am" has just been premiered on Sunday, September 25 at 10 P.M. on ABC. Viewers' responses were mixed with some positive tweets read, "Pan am! Loving it already! Ah their costume dept on set is prolly epic!," "I really like Pan Am. I will be watching it next week," and "Pan Am...so into it."
Meanwhile, some other tweeps who are not that into the show wrote, "My wife says every scene in PAN AM is like the last scene of a big movie - but without the buildup or character development," "Is 'Pan Am' filmed live and improvised? Because none of this makes any sense," and "this Pan Am show needs a Don Draper ASAP."