One of these days, I'll get around to writing my column about actress Juliette Lewis (anyone remember her dad Geoffrey, who played Clint Eastwoods buddy in thos 70s films?)

Her and I have had a few autograph moments together that I'll someday share, when I run out of other cool column ideas.

Anywhoooo...in US Magazine, it said that she was signing autographs outside a bathroom on a Delta flight from New York City to L.A.

I always wondered the etiquette of asking for an autograph on a plane. If they are sitting there, is it rude to approach? It's not like they are eating a meal in a restaurant and trying to spend time with their family.

This person obviously thought, it's better to wait until they "get up" from their seat. And it worked.

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