LAX

Season 1 Episode 1

Pilot

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Aired Monday 10:00 PM Sep 13, 2004 on NBC
7.2
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The overall director of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) commits suicide... now his two underlings spar amongst themselves for his former position and title, by attempting to prove they can handle the pressures of operating one of the world's largest and busiest aviation gateways.

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  • This is a well made episode. And why did the head man of the airport commit suicide?.

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    I liked the ending the best, it is just to bad that they had to cancel "LAX". On a scale of 1 to 100 I rate this show 98.8%. I love all the characters and the background and storyboard is superb. This show aired in 2004 so I don't remember the characters names very well. This show is great and I wish they would bring it back.

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    • The pilot was filmed in Texas...which becomes very obvious when we first see Roger coming up the escalator. The big tower with the metal lattice-work ball on top (seen at screen right and reflected at screen left) is world-famous Reunion Tower in downtown Dallas. The broadcast tower right next to it says (in big red letters) "WFAA" which is the *ABC* affiliate in Dallas.

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  • NOTES (3)

    • International Air Dates:
      Slovakia: May 6th, 2010 on Markiza

    • LAX was once the 3rd busiest airport in the world, but after serving 54,982,838 passengers in 2003, it has since been relegated to #5: behind Atlanta/Hartsfield-Jackson, Chicago/O'Hare, London/Heathrow, and Tokyo/Haneda.

      The advertisment shown about LAX would however be correct if it chose to state that LAX was the 3rd busiest airport in the USA, as opposed to in the world.

    • Scenes of this show are filmed on an artificial set; as well as on-location at Los Angeles International, Ontario International, and Dallas-Ft.Worth International airports.

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