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Key and Peele

About the Show

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.

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TV Schedule

Key and Peele

Key and Peele


  • Sunday April 20, 2014

    104 (104)

    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.

  • 8:30AM
    208 (208)

    Sketches include gangsters sharing a passion for "Twilight," visiting a world where names are farts, and racist superheroes.

  • 8:59AM
    305 (305)

    Sketches include Keegan getting too high, a soccer player doing anything to draw a red card, and two sexperts giving cunnilingus advice.

  • 9:29AM
    202 (202)

    Sketches include a first-hand look at President Barack Obama during his college years, crashing a Civil War reenactment, and Jesus’s run-in with a dangerous pimp.

  • 9:58AM
    306 (306)

    Sketches include Mr. T teaching us life lessons, Wendell needing a new bed, and an insult comic crossing the line.

  • Monday April 21, 2014

    101 (101)

    Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael Key attempt to say a forbidden word in regards to their women, Lil Wayne adjusts to life behind bars, and President Obama expresses how he really feels - with the help of his anger translator.

  • 3:56PM
    204 (204)

    Sketches include a bachelor party that gets weird, and a black kid with a white penis.

  • 4:27PM
    203 (203)

    Sketches include Steve Jobs' successor, Ice-T as a naughty puppy, and Rihanna and Chris Brown give it another shot.

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