Josh Gad has been using his time at home productively, primarily by making fun videos for everyone to enjoy. During Gad's virtual appearance on The Late Late Show With James Corden on Monday, he showed off some of his most recent "narrations" as Olaf, including The Last Dance, PBS' The Dust Bowl, and the infamous iguana chase scene from Planet Earth II: Islands.
When it came to describing The Last Dance, Gad felt that it was only fitting to be "told by a narrator who knows how precious time is because . . . he's a snowman." While Corden pleaded with Gad to stop, he moved onto Olaf's narration of The Dust Bowl, because "ironically, it took a snowman to understand the plight of the everyman." Corden was the voice of reason, calling it "one of the most disrespectful things [he's] ever seen." That being said, if you've ever wanted to hear Olaf call a huddle "a big hug between six men or more," talk about dust, or chant snakes over and over again, check out the full clip above.