Last night, actress Anne Hathaway hosted “Saturday Night Live,” a fairly funny episode that also featured Florence and the Machine as the musical guest. During the opening monologue, Hathaway made sure to plug her new film “Love & Other Drugs,” which co-stars Jake Gyllenhaal. Hathaway joked that the film is getting tons of buzz due to its nude scenes, a theme that has carried over into the movie’s promotional campaign (Hathaway and Gyllenhaal are then seen naked on the covers of EW, Jet, and Highlights magazine).
After the monologue, SNL gives us their twisted (but sadly not that outlandish) take on the on-going controversy surrounding the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). In an ad for a sexy 1-800 hotline, three male members of the TSA talk in detail about how they will feel you up prior to your flight. At the end of the sketch, with slow jazz music playing in the background, a woman by way of voiceover deliver’s the commercial’s memorable tagline: “The TSA–It’s our business to touch yours.”
To the left, check out recent pictures of Anne Hathaway. You can also watch the TSA spoof, which featured Abby Elliott, Bill Hader, Bobby Moynihan, Nasim Pedrad, Kenan Thompson, and Kristen Wiig.
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