I don't know about you, but I zone out during those safety videos flight attendants play right before takeoff. As masks are dropping and arms are waving instructional demonstrations, I'm either reading a tabloid or staring out the window.
Air New Zealand has found a way to get wayward passengers like myself to pay attention. Their "Bare Essentials of Safety" in-flight safety video features real (and naked!) employees in nothing but body paint applied to resemble their uniforms. Not only does this send the message that there are no hidden fares (get it, they're not hiding anything?), they get pervs like me to pay attention to safety tips. Hey, whatever works!