Themed safety videos have become pretty much standard with airlines around the world. Air New Zealand began the trend over a decade ago and now the world's biggest airlines put a lot of work into the compulsory instructional video.
While there's been a few super cheesy safety videos already - think 'It's Kiwi Safety' - it's possible that the cheesiest safety video ever is one that's never been played in the air. That's because it's on a cruise ship.
Move over Air NZ - Princess Cruises epic 13-minute safety briefing is so cheesy its editor was probably nicknamed Cheese Slice.
Watching a safety video on a cruise ship is the same as on an airplane. You have to watch it, you have no choice. Sure, you can lay on your bed at the same time, but it plays on the TV and you have no control over the channel or the off button.
The Princess Cruises video is a parody of TV show The Love Boat (which was almost a parody in itself). The show ran from 1977 to 1986, with each episode jam-packed with innuendo and one-liners you wouldn't get away with on television these days.
All the drama, heat and passion was set aboard a cruise liner called the Pacific Princess, which is now nothing but scrap metal.
But the cruise company behind it, Princess Cruises, has a unique way of letting the legacy of The Love Boat live on.
There are cameo appearances by original cast members of the series, which likely gets a round of applause from fans of the show. Captain Stubing, Isaac the bartender, Doc, Vicki and cruise director Julie all make brief appearances.
It's not the only way the cruise company pays tribute to the iconic show. Some of its newest ships play 'The Love Boat' theme tune with their fog horns while leaving port, often to the surprise of those onboard and on land.
If you manage to make it ten minutes into the video, you'll be treated to a rap about washing your hands. It's worth the wait.
"Scrub your hands in the sink with soap and water, use hand sanitiser and spread it like butter, see your Princess Cruise from the bow to the stern, it's full of good times, not full of germs."
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