(NSFW: Language) The guys parody the overused trope in which a madman hides in a hall of mirrors and attempts to evade a cop by hiding in the reflections. Perhaps it would be better if he hid the way the camera crew does in these scenes.
(NSFW: Language) An aerobics contest finalist receives bad news while performing live on TV. Key & Peele director Peter Atencio declared this as his favorite K&P sketch because it’s a technically polished dark comedy.
Key & Peele poke fun at “scared straight” programs. Donny Herrera used to be a punk like you, but then he turned out to be living proof that karma is a bitch. An exponential and tangential bitch. CON SE QUEN CES!
(NSFW: Language, Gross)”You said anything.”Key & Peeleembraces devours the Halloween spirit with this crazy skit about the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s worst nightmare – a dying kid with bizarre tastes. Damn, guys.
Key & Peele educate a couple on the subtle variations of cuisine served at two neighboring, but warring restaurants. All we know after watching this is that we’re hungry for some meat kebabs now. Full episode here.
(NSFW: Language) “Can I try it?” A mattress shop owner tries to help a childish man find a soft but sturdy pad for his bed. Because sex happens. Key & Peele locked down one of their best sketches in a long while.
(NSFW: Language, Crude Humor) Georgina and Esther are pacifists under God’s request. But if Satan won’t get his hands off their loved ones, they’re going to open up a can of whoop ass. With their prayers of course.
Key & Peele imagine how Pres. Obama greets different kind of people. As in white people and black people. Handshakes for the others, hug and kisses for the brothers and sisters. Apparently the President was into New Era caps.
Key & Peele whets our comedic appetites with a new sketch. When Earth comes under attack by shapeshifting aliens, two dudes devise a quick test to find out if someone is an alien. Or a racist. Third season starts 9/24.
In this sketch from their upcoming 4th season, Key & Peele poke fun at comic book legend Stan Lee, as he pitches a variety of new superheroes which are merely a reflection of his everyday life as an old man.
Key & Peele’sexcitable valets bit is getting mad old. But if you can watch them one last time, this promo for Non-Stop would be the perfect way to cap it off, because none other than their idol Liam Neesons drops by.
(NSFW: Language) Three bros try to fake it ’til they make it, casually dropping a non-existent catchphrase like it’s already a thing. But their friend’s not buying it. Probably because they forgot the magic word.
Martial artist Doug Duggart will teach you all of the important Brazilian Jiu Jitsu moves you need to know to defend yourself from would-be attackers – assuming you meet his singular criteria – you’re not a dude.
(NSFW: Language) Pre-fight press events are often tense, the air filled with testosterone and trash talking. But this boxer takes the intimidation to another level. A level called love. How can these guys not crack themselves up?
Keegan Michael goes up against the freestyle rap champ in an amusing battle of chest-puffery and one-upsmanship. Though it’s clear that his hype man, played by Jordan – doesn’t quite understand his job responsibilities.
A villain is frustrated when his boisterous foes won’t let him get a word in edgewise. Key & Peele rag on Les Miserables – and all musicals for that matter – in this skit from the third season of their show.
A brief, but amusing follow-up to Key & Peele’s pants-wetting hilarious sendup of bad football player names, played during their recent visit to the Conan O’Brien show. They could do a whole 30-minute show of these, and we’d tune in.
Keegan-Michael Key & Jordan Peele’s excitable valet characters get pumped up about Key & Peele. They love they Key & Peeles, dog! Straight virals, man! Epidemics! It would be so amazing if they shot this video in just one take.
Comedy duo Rhett and Link get together with comedy duo Key and Peele to school us on the finer points of posing for photographs. Of course, you can only do these poses if you’re part of a comedy duo… or a comedy quartet.
We still have two long months before the new season of Key & Peele. To tide you over, here’s an old skit from the duo. It’s a precursor to their passive aggressive one-upsketches. A bit raw, but still hilarious.