Want to meet Luther, President Obama's anger translator? Or hang by the punch bowl with Bar Mitzvah sensations Dr. Dreidel & Gefilte Fresh? Then catch cutting-edge comedy duo Key & Peele in their all-new, totally fearless sketch series.
Key & Peele 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.
President Obama rap battles, 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.
Key & Peele attempt to hide in plain sight from a Negro-hunting Nazi, two slaves struggle to get off the auction block, and a pair of thugs encounter a slight complication before a hit.
Key and Peele explore the black college experience, when you can - and can't - say a controversial word, and President Obama addressing the nation with the help of his anger translator.
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Key & Peele play mystics battling over the right to dispense sage advice, one half of a gay couple isn't excited by the legalising of gay marriage, and President Obama tries a new strategy.
Two co-workers' game of "You've got something on your shirt" turns epic, a wedding guest and a DJ have differing opinions on old school music, and an MMA fighter takes trash talk too far.
Ordering at a restaurant turns into a competition, military recruiters go clubbing to reach a new demographic, and in a Bobby McFerrin vs. Michael Winslow noise-off, only one can survive.
President Obama wants to be treated like everyone else, Jordan looks at an apartment owned by a suspicious landlord, and a pair of party motivators get the party started at a bar mitzvah.