Frontier Airlines flight attendant, Daniel Sandberg, delivers a hilarious pre-flight passenger safety briefing.

If you do decide to leave you will not be allowed access back on board and parachutes are not included.
Here at Frontier Airlines we like to keep up with all the latest fashion trends.
In the event this flight becomes a cruise all you lucky people get your own itsy bitsy teeny weeny yellow polka dot bikini. Minus the itsy bitsy teeny weeny and you get no polka dots.
Once you’re outside the aircraft pull down sharply on the red tab that’s on the front or for those of you who live to make life difficult you can blow on that red tube near your shoulder to blow . . . I mean inflate.
The beautiful bikini is equipped with a water activated light. How in the world that works I have no idea, so if you figure it out, please let me know.
And if by chance yours does not inflate, well grab your neighbour and hold on for dear life.
The location and use of life vest for your child that shows the most potential is located in the safety information card.
If needed due to a loss of cabin pressure four oxygen masks will drop from the compartment over your head, ignore those and grab your nearest flight attendant to get some air.
Just kidding. . . I’m so lonely.
Once you’ve stopped screaming place that mask over your nose and your mouth. To adjust pull on the elastic tabs on either side. Make sure to adjust your own mask before assisting your favourite child, another passenger, or your husband who is definitely screaming louder than you are.
And let’s be honest only those of you who paid the extra $49.99 get any oxygen.
Smoking of any kind is not allowed on the aircraft, unless you’re like me and you’re smoking hot.
Thank you so much for your attention, sit back, relax and enjoy your flight to Colorado Springs. And for those of you who didn’t give us your full attention, good luck.

While presenting for Best animated film at the 2017 Golden Globe awards, Steve Carell and Kristen Wiig both recall their first animated movie.

SC: Good evening peers and regular people.
KW: Steve and I play characters on the Despicable Me movies also we get our hair cut together.
SC: Sometimes we say I’ll do that.
KW: I’ll do that. I’ll just take what he has.
SC: I’ll have what she’s having, like the orgasm. We are so happy to present best animated film this evening.
KW: Yes, because we all love animated films. Do you remember the first time you saw an animated movie?
SC: I do actually, very well. It was kind of a big deal, I was six years old and my dad took me to see Fantasia. It was astounding, the music, the spectacle of the whole thing, it was kind of a life changing experience.
KW: Yeah, it’s a classic.
SC: And as we were leaving the theater, there standing in the lobby was my mom.and that was the moment she told my dad that she wanted a divorce. I never saw my father again after that day. Fantasia day. What about you? What was the first animated film you saw?
KW: Ahh, Bambi. March 14th 1981. It was the same day we had to put our dogs down. Three of them. Little Jack, Janet and Krissy. My grandpa thought it would be fun to go to the movie, take our minds off of it. Then You know, Bambi’s mom. And also that was the last day I saw my grandpa, he disappeared, he disappeared and I didn’t speak for two years.
SC: And the nominees are. . .