Jackpot Airlines is a budget carrier whose junket flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas and back is filled with dreamers hoping to finally make that big score. Long-suffering flight attendant Ronnie holds things together in the cabin, managing the revolving door of bachelor parties and 21st birthdays, and developing a location-based relationship with Colin, an economics professor who is a frequent passenger on her flights. Theirs isn't the only relationship fostered by proximity. Together, with the rest of the crew and regulars, they are part of an unconventional family from Friday to Sunday, whether they like it or not.
Nathan Lee Graham
When Capt. Dave offends the cleaning crew, he and Bernard have to find the stinky surprise the crew left behind; Ronnie helps Colin search for his son's lost teddy bear; Artem teaches Nichole how to play poker.
Ronnie considers exposing a passenger who appears to be cheating on his wife; Capt. Dave falls for an air traffic controller, but has trouble asking her out; newly-installed credit card swipers lead passengers to get a little carried away.
In Captain Dave's absence, a rival is assigned to cover the flight's route; Artem and Nichole help Colin plan his son's birthday party.
The flight crew manage the passengers' anxiety after they realize they have a corpse onboard; Capt. Dave struggles to land the plane.
The crew and eccentric passengers of a budget airline take a roundtrip flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas.