Jason Ellis gets Malin Akerman’s face tattooed on his stomach (but probably not really)

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Malin Akerman fans, take note: all you need to do to get a hug and a nipple grab from the Canadian actress is to tattoo her face on your body.

Yesterday, the "Watchmen" star posted a photo of herself with pro skateboarder and radio host Jason Ellis from the set of her TV series "Children's Hospital" (show creator Rob Corddry can be seen photo-bombing in the back). In the pic, the 33-year-old actress  crouches next to Ellis' stomach, which boasts pretty impressive ink drawing of her with the words "my girlfriend" beneath it.

"Least I could do 4 @EllisMate who tattoo'd my face on his body was give him a hug & grab his nipple," she tweeted.

Of course, the tattoo probably isn't real. Seeing as "Children's Hospital" is a satirical medical drama, it seems likely Ellis opted for a temporary tattoo instead of something more permanent.

Ellis posted his own version of the photo (minus Corddry) before hinting at a guest spot on the show. "Just got done! Most fun ever!!" he tweeted. "Thanks @robcorddry & @MalinAkerman for making me feel like an actor! So f---ing cool!!"

Corddry, who launched "Children's Hospital" back in 2008, took part in the Twitter love-in, noting that Ellis "just finished kicking ass on the set of #childrenshospital."

Now in its third season, "Children's Hospital" began airing on Adult Swim just last year, and the ensemble cast includes Megan Mullally and Henry Winkler. Corddry plays Dr. Blake Downs, a Patch Adams type who does his job wearing clown makeup, while Akerman, who joined the cast in season two, plays Dr. Valerie Flame.

No word on Ellis' role, but with movies like "Paul Blart Mall Cop" and "The Woodsman" under his belt, the 40-year-old "Jason Ellis Show" host can no doubt hold his own. Particularly when he has Akerman on his side.