Howard Deneroff was a passenger on the infamous Slater flight, and visited The Early Show for an exclusive. Besides some specious claims that Slater hit his seat, he seems too calm about having been on the most hilarious flight ever.

Seriously, I just want to know if it's really cool looking when the slide comes out, and how much restraint it takes not to jump on. Everyone on the flight who has been interviewed has been curiously short of details aside from vaguely criticizing Steven Slater. It's a high-stress job, and airline passengers for some reason have the entitlement level of a French Monarch. Lay off, because what he did was at the very least funny.

[There was a video here]