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After partying for more than a week, they try to leave the party, only to find that every way out only leads back to the party and they're unable to escape.
They eventually kill themselves to escapeonly to be revived with the party starting all over again. Luther, Barack Obama 's anger translator. The substitute teacher Mr.
Garvey, also played by Key. Ironically, the Black Republicans behave more like this. Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking: The "Inner-City Wizard School" sketch; the wizard school in question suffers from supposedly stereotypical problems found in typical inner-city public schools. It also apparently has rats. Luther finally gets to translate for the real President Obama.
In a meta-example, a suspiciously high amount of comments on the YouTube video of the "Meegan, Come Back" sketch are about how well Peele plays a woman.
The beginning sketch of "Parole Officer Puppet" has a news anchor talking about two men who were arrested for domestic violence. It's revealed at end of it that the anchor is actually the sportscaster. Because of this, he'll occasionally wear a toupee when playing certain characters.
Sketches like the Obama and Luther ones or "Roommate Meeting" only need one set, compared to "White Zombies" and "Alien Impostors", which not only use outdoor sets but have practical and special effects to boot. Some others like "Les Mis" and "Pirate Chantey" may use just one set, but the costumes and makeup are extensive to say the least. One sketch has a hypothetical meeting between Jordan and his father who refuses to believe that the former is his son until Jordan let's it drop that he has his own TV show.
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The man then tries to get Jordan to stay until this exchange happens: When I first came in here, you wouldn't even acknowledge that I could possibly be your son. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Get the fuck out of my house! Both Key and Peele.
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His sketches are full of pop culture references. Discussed in one of the standup bits. Key and Peele apparently try out for this role a lot because neither of them make a convincing Scary Black Manand thus end up with a set of oft-rehashed lines like " Aw HELL naw!
All over the place. For example, in "Rap Battle Hype Man", the hype man is so out of control that he has to be put down. Black Dude Dies First: Inverted in the "White Zombies" sketch.
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The duo is introduced as the "sidekicks" to a gun-toting white hero played by Kevin Sorbo. He promises to get them out safely and is immediately chomped. It turns out the zombies are still more afraid of black people than vice versa, much to the duo's indignation: They seriously wouldn't let her eat us?
The world is being attacked by a Zombie Apocalypse in "White Zombies", but the zombies are racist. The duo are miffed at first, but then get invited to a party where everyone is happy that they're not being attacked.
Luther has several chunky rings on both hands so you know he means business. The end of "Alien Impostors". One sketch is about Key's character ending up boarding a plane last, as Peele's character, who is the flight announcer, delays him by going through with every possible combination of old folks, folks in wheelchairs, small children, religious people, military personnel, etc.: Luther has proven to be so popular that he's been briefly revived on Key's talk show guest appearances and even his NFL Honors hosting stint.
Oh, and that White House correspondents' dinner alongside the real Barack Obama.
But somehow the impossible was done, and sketches were chosen. Ever wonder where the latest slang originated? Now go put that pussy on the chain wax, if you dig. Cheating wife, Season 4, episode 5: Gay adoption, Season 2, episode Return of substitute teacher, Season 3, episode 1: When Key and Peele revisit the classics — the infamous substitute teacher, in this case — they always make sure to do them justice. Bald brotherhood, Season 2, episode 4: The concept here is simple: Obama family translators, Season 3, episode 5: There are so many good Obama sketches, and many are better than this one.
Sometimes Key and Peele pick the low-hanging fruit, and this sketch definitely it. Still, the moment when dude doing the irritating Michael Jackson impression at the Halloween party learns for the first time that Jacko has passed makes up for it. And the erotic way they grind each other in excitement.
Human centipede, Season 2, episode 6: No one besides Key and Peele, that is, who here explore the awkward moment when the bottom has a chance encounter with his middle and top. And the punchline is amazing. Internet porn, Season 3, episode 1: Naturally he accidentally incites a race riot and gets sprayed with a fire hose.
Steampunk, Season 4, episode 2: Hopefully these two reunite in future seasons, though. Pour one out, Season 3, episode 4: He might be an alcoholic.Key & Peele - Office Homophobe
Jordan and Keegan explain the Electoral College: Underground railroad, Season 2, episode 5: In a meta turn, Key and Peele tackle the experience of performing at a comedy show, with a requisite dark twist. Drugs are for losers, Season 4, episode 6: Brain freeze, Season 4, episode 9: Lando Calrissian, Season 3, episode Everyone wants to ride your coattails to the top of Cloud City.
The way his lips quiver makes you want to give him a big old hug — at least until he pulls out his nine. Not racist rednecks, Season 4, episode 1: This pair of rednecks is more racially sensitive than you might think, but then again, is that just a stereotype anyway?
Ty Burrell Nazi returns, Season 4, episode 2: Da Struggle is in the house, using words and rhymes to get through hard times. Prison snitch, Season 2, episode 9: Particularly with the Daisy Dukes. Right to bear arms, Season 3, episode 5: There are tons of great moments in this sketch. Nuclear sugar, Season 4, episode 8: Will these gang members ever learn?
Zombie extras, Seasons 3, episode 7: Drones have been a hot topic lately, which of course is why Key and Peele had to tackle it with an Obama and Luther sketch.