Flight Attendant Remixes 'The Jeffersons' Theme Song For Boarding Speech
Photo Credit: LOS ANGELES - JANUARY 1: Isabel Sanford as Louise Jefferson with her on-air husband, Sherman Hemsley as George Jefferson, from the CBS situation comedy, THE JEFFERSONS. (Photo by CBS via Getty Images)

Photo Credit: LOS ANGELES - JANUARY 1: Isabel Sanford as Louise Jefferson with her on-air husband, Sherman Hemsley as George Jefferson, from the CBS situation comedy, THE JEFFERSONS. (Photo by CBS via Getty Images)

Flight Attendant Remixes 'The Jeffersons' Theme Song For Boarding Speech

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Shenae Curry
Shenae Curry Oct 23, 2019

Southwest Airlines’ employees are often encouraged to have fun and personalize their boarding greetings to passengers and on October 8th, flight attendant Scooby put a nostalgic spin on hers.

Hawaii meteorologist Malika Dudley pulled her phone out at the right time to capture the moment that she shared on Instagram.

Scooby got on the mic and instructed passengers to stow their tray tables and fasten their seatbelts in a catchy melody, set to the tune of “The Jeffersons” theme song.

Maybe on your next flight, you’ll be “flyin’ on up” too! In the past, a Southwest safety speech was a 2016 Looney Tunes rendition where a flight attendant impersonated Elmer Fudd, Buggs Bunny and Foghorn Leghorn all in one announcement. A few months ago, a Southwest gate agent hosted games like a “worst driver’s license photo” contest when a flight was delayed for more than two hours.

The airport can be a drag sometimes so shoutout to Southwest for making it a more enjoyable experience!