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May 07, 2013  | by: Kasey Kilinski
Flickr (Jason Tang Photography)

Flickr (Jason Tang Photography)


Rainn Wilson plays Dwight Schrute on the hit show “The Office.” While he is nothing short of hilarious on the show… don’t piss Rainn off in real life. Because he just might take to Twitter and tell the world how he really feels.

Philadelphia International Airport is where it went down. Rainn Wilson was traveling with other cast members from “The Office” to attend a wrap party with their biggest fans in Scranton, Pennsylvania, which is where the show takes place. Turns out their connected flight left earlier than it was supposed to, which understandably really grinded Rainn Wilson’s gears!

Check out his Twitter rage against the airline:




Anyone who has ever had trouble flying whether it is a cancelled connecting flight or your baggage being lost… it is a real bummer and a half. Flying is stressful enough so the complications can definitely be infuriating. But did Rainn overreact?

The trek from Philly to Scranton is only 2 hours by car. As frustrating as the situation was, I probably would not have behaved that way. Maybe if it was a connecting flight from Miami to New York where it would be more like a 25 hour drive in the car and would cause me to miss the event I was going to. But that was not the case.

What do you think? How would you have reacted?

Either way… we are happy that Rainn Wilson, John Krasinski, Jenna Fischer, and Steve Carell made it to their big wrap party safe and sound….. and on time.

Make sure to tune into the final episode of “The Office” on May 16th. Moment of silence.

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