Key & Peele
(PG-13 Language) Talk show vet Morty Jebsen asks rapper Young Bidness about a touchy subject, causing the latter to walk out. Or at least try to. Key & Peele came up with what would be one of the most viral videos ever if it were real.
(PG-13 Language) An employee who’s eager to impress receives one simple order while handling the food for a meeting: only sales associates can have bagels. What could go wrong?
(PG-13) A jerk realizes that he put his foot in his mouth after finding out that his new co-worker is actually the president of the company, proving yet again that you should never judge a book by its cover, and that karma’s a bitch.
(PG-13 Language) “Crispy socks here, crispy socks there…” A college student’s roommates got a hold of a DVD that his mom sent to him, and in it is a video of her rapping about cleaning up his room.
(PG-13) This judge doesn’t just dish out justice on daytime television, he does it having the street smarts and life experience of a dozen other judges rolled into one. Do you even need to show up for your trial with this guy on the bench?
(Gore, crude humor) Key and Peele play barbarians who won’t declare victory until they decapitate their enemies. But Jordan has a tendency to take his victory celebrations too far for even these hardened warriors.
(PG-13 Language) “I don’t know nothing about no Drake. I’m trying to watch my calorie intake.” Key & Peele play two old geezers who become lyrically defensive about their outdated knowledge of hip hop.
(PG-13 Language) “We say yo ho, but we don’t say ho! ‘Cause ho is disrespectful yo!” Key & Peele‘s band of pirates may look like they live in the sewers, but their hearts are pure and clean.
A televised town hall meeting with a congressman at the helm is going really well, with the liberal politician welcoming all people regardless of their age, race or gender. But one guy keeps getting the wrong welcome.
(PG-13: Language, Spoilers) With Game of Thrones’ fifth season upon us, Key & Peele‘s excitable valets look back at their favorite moments from HBO’s show, including Big Dave Navarro and of course, Da Dinkles.
Key & Peele poke fun at pretentious theatrical plays by making one. Marvel at how the the greatest of concepts are succinctly and eloquently embodied by two dudes punching each other in the groin. Note how much it hurts.