Anne Hathaway took her third turn as host of "Saturday Night Live," and she's now been on the show enough times to have at least one recurring bit. It didn't come until the second half of the show, but in the meantime she and the cast delivered a pretty strong episode.
Here's how it went:
There was no lack of post-election material for the show to tackle this week, but this was a pretty mild way to go -- even if Mitt (Jason Sudeikis) did throw Karl Rove (Bobby Moynihan) over the balcony and lash out at Paul Ryan ("I'd like to see him carry Wisconsin!").
Hathaway, who stars in the movie version of "Les »
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