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Watch Amy Schumer as a Delta Flight Attendant on SNL

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US-based airlines make for easy targets when it comes time to write a comedy skit, but Amy Schumer and crew took an unexpected (and hilarious) turn on this weekend’s Saturday Night Live. The Comedy Central star, acting as a Delta flight attendant, started her skit with a lively Southwest-esque song over the PA, cut short by a door malfunction and cabin depressurization. Check it out above!

Things get wild on Air Amy.
Things get wild on Air Amy.

I shared this on the TPG Facebook page from my own Delta flight last night. If you’re one of the 450,000+ people following me on Facebook you’ll see posts like this before they land on the site — I love to share things like this on social, so be sure to follow me there, and on Twitter and Instagram as well.

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