Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are the stars of "Key & Peele," an original new sketch-comedy show that examines life in a provocative and irreverent way, through a combination of filmed sketches and live stage segments. Whether it's satirizing the president, spoofing Nazis, or ordering up some soul food, Key & Peele showcases their chemistry, camaraderie and unique point of view, born from their shared background and experiences growing up biracial in a not quite post-racial world.
NEW EPISODES RETURN SEPT. 24
Sketches include Keegan not being allowed to board his flight, a thug refusing to pour out his 40, and a boxer talking smack to his opponent.
Sketches include Keegan getting too high, a soccer player doing anything to draw a red card, and two sexperts giving cunnilingus advice.
Sketches include a bachelor party that gets weird, and a black kid with a white penis.
Sketches include Steve Jobs' successor, Ice-T as a naughty puppy, and Rihanna and Chris Brown give it another shot.
Jordan and Keegan debate who is blacker, and the expectation of being the only black guy at a party. Sketches include the Tea Party discovering a new hope, and Bobby McFerrin dueling Michael Winslow to death.
Jordan and Keegan play two mystics battling over the right to dispense sagacious advice. Also, President Obama tries a new strategy against his Republican opposition.
Jordan and Keegan showboat before an exuberant crowd at a community theater, a traffic reporter experiences turbulence while up in the chopper, and one-half of an R&B duo reveals his true feelings to his partner during a song.
Sketches include Mr. T teaching us life lessons, Wendell needing a new bed, and an insult comic crossing the line.
Sketches include a creepy Asian ghost roommate, the guys looking at the bright side of being tortured, and Keegan meeting a house full of sexy vampires.
Sketches include Keegan and Jordan eavesdropping on white women who love black men, Wendell making a music video, and Kareem and Jahar going to the gym.
Jordan and Keegan attempt to hide in plain sight from a Negro-hunting Nazi. Other sketches include two slaves struggling to get off the auction block, and a pair of thugs encountering a slight complication before a big hit.
Sketches include Pres. Obama & his anger translator, Luther, addressing Mitt Romney, the man who had to follow Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” speech, & two friends discussing their theories on what happens to their poop
Sketches include All-Stars from the East/West bowl rapping, the guys playing mobsters, and the two valet guys having trouble believing anyone would mess with the Batmans.