Tuesday, December 4, 2012

More humorous TSA parody videos

Funny video for a product called Flying Pasties, which lets women cover up their private parts from intrusive airport body scanners.
Product is from Flying Pasties International.
Video posted to YouTube by TruTV in June 2011.

Follow-up product for men called the Cockblock, designed to shield a man's privates from the TSA's prying eyes.
Video posted to YouTube by Flying Pasties in October 2012.

"Family Guy" takes a shot at airport security in this clip.
Posted to YouTube in October 2011.

Comedian Victoria Jackson pokes fun at the TSA's screening procedures.
Video posted to YouTube in October 2012.

Rude airport passengers and stupid TSA procedures are mocked in this video, posted on Funny or Die in November 2012.

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"The Colbert Report" takes on the TSA's full-body scanners.
Posted to the Colbert Nation website in November 2010.

TSA parody music video by Without a Face.
See article by Jaunted.
Posted to YouTube in August 2012.

Saturday, May 26, 2012

10 Funny TSA parody videos

Brian Sack and the B.S. of A perform a sketch making fun of the TSA's "Security Theater."
Posted to YouTube on March 30, 2012.

Conan O'Brien makes fun of TSA pat downs on his late night show "Conan."
The skit was broadcast on Nov. 15, 2010.

Conan O'Brien's show followed up with this sketch showing how a TSA agent prepares a Thanksgiving turkey.
The skit was broadcast on Nov. 24, 2010.

"The Late Show with David Letterman" gives its "Top 10 Ways to Make Airport Security More Pleasant."
Posted to YouTube on Nov. 16, 2010.

Comedian and rapper Tim Chantarangsu posted a funny video about the TSA under his YouTube user name TimothyDeLaGhetto2 on Dec. 21, 2010.

Funny or Die posted a video where the TSA explains its enhanced pat-down procedure.

Funny or Die music video "Touched by the TSA," a parody to the tune of Bruce Springsteen's "Born in the U.S.A."

Reason.tv posted its video, "44 Ways to Say TSA: What do the initials 'TSA' really stand for?" on YouTube on Nov. 19, 2010.

Animated TSA satire called "TSA Help Wanted" by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger. Posted to YouTube on Feb. 6, 2012.

Web humorist Remy does a twist on a Christmas jingle with "Grandma Got Indefinitely Detained." Uploaded to YouTube on Dec. 19, 2011. See article on Reason.com.

Friday, May 25, 2012

TSA portrayals in pop culture

The music video for Sean Paul's "She Doesn't Mind" shows Transportation Security Administration agents sexually molesting gorgeous female airline passengers. Video uploaded to YouTube on Nov. 29, 2011.

Hustler Video parodied the TSA in a porn movie called "TSA: Your Ass Is In Our Hands." A sanitized trailer for the X-rated movie was uploaded to YouTube on April 4, 2011. See article about it on Jaunted.

A costume company is making sexy TSA agent outfits. The woman's outfit has the name badge "Officer Tara U. Clothesoff." The man's outfit has the name badge "Officer Ken I. Seymour." The costumes are available at Costume Cauldron. Video uploaded to YouTube on Jan. 6, 2012.

"South Park" this year lampooned the TSA as the Toilet Safety Administration in the episode "Reverse Cowgirl." This clip is called "Mind if I Touch Your Balls, Sir?"

Here's a second clip from the "South Park" TSA parody episode.

The TSA took it on the chin in this episode of NBC's new comedy "Up All Night."

Sunday, May 13, 2012

TSA portrayals in TV advertising

The following are portrayals of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration in television commercials.
As you can see, TSA agents are not shown in a flattering light. The agency is more despised than the IRS and these commercials reflect that.

TSA workers hassle and degrade passengers at an airport security checkpoint in this SafeAuto insurance commercial.

Two female TSA agents confiscate a bag of Lindt chocolates from tennis player Roger Federer and then check out his body.

U.K. telecom company Orange shows what movie theaters would be like if they adopted TSA-style security. (See article by Adweek.)

Three TSA agents pass judgment on a business proposal that two professionals are carrying through airport security in this FedEx commercial.

A TSA agent is so concerned with checking a passenger's crotch that he doesn't notice that the man is bringing an Echo chainsaw through airport security.

Two female TSA agents make a handsome male passenger strip naked in this Axe Body Spray commercial.

TSA agents (played by Kathy Griffin and Jim Gaffigan) confiscate a Sierra Mist soda from a passenger (played by Michael Ian Black).

A commercial for Reitmans apparel shows TSA agents gawking at female models.

A glum passenger chews a stick of Wrigley's Extra gum and suddenly he gladly takes off his suit jacket, belt and shoes for TSA thugs.