According to the FAA, 80 percent of all plane crashes are caused by human error. That being the case, it seems like more than one of the Weather Channel's (!) specials on aeronautic disasters should have been devoted to the subject. If four out of five air disasters are attributable to negligence or people problems, they should break it up a bit: Why Planes Crash: Hungover Mechanics, or Why Planes Crash: Air Traffic Controller's Daughter Died Of A Drug Overdose (Breaking Bad tie-in!), or maybe a two-parter, Why Planes Crash: Drunk Pilots - Cocktails and Cockpits Don't Mix.
I started watching this show not realizing A) it's a repurposed NBC News special about air disasters, and B) it was released back in 2010. What it lacked in relevance it more than made up for in self-amusement value, since I recorded it solely because the name reminded me of "When Buildings Collapse" from The Simpsons, simultaneously awakening feelings of nostalgia and misanthropy.