Key & Peele
A football player is penalized for excessive celebration; the premiere of "Othello"; a high school student gains notoriety from a stolen joke. (Repeat)
Mon 5/5 4:27 PM
Duration: 31 minutes
|Key & Peele Sketches include Freddy Wong being a creepy Asian ghost roommate; the guys looking at the bright side of being tortured; Keegan meeting a house full of sexy vampires. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|Key & Peele Sketches include President Obama and his anger translator speaking to Mitt Romney; the man who had to follow Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech; two friends discuss their theories on what happens to their poop after they flush. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|Key & Peele Sketches include an alien learning about the female anatomy; the guys one-upping each other with their fresh hatz; meeting the last two men on Earth. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|Key & Peele Keegan gets distracted while on the phone with his girlfriend; Keegan and Jordan having a mean boss; the birth of a new expression. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|Key & Peele The return of Maegan; Jordan tries to look cool at a strip club; a funk show for the ages. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|Key & Peele Sketches include a drug deal gone bad; a cry-baby mobster; Darius Rucker dealing with his Hootie past. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|Key & Peele Sketches include gangsters sharing a passion for the movie "Twilight"; a visit to a world where names are farts; racist superheroes. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|Key & Peele College football all-stars from the East/West bowl; mobsters; valet-parking attendants discuss Batman. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|Key & Peele Jordan and Keegan celebrate Halloween by fleeing racist zombies; the stars of "Human Centipede" have a frightening reunion; a struggling public wizard school. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
|Key & Peele Sketches include mystics battling over the right to give advice; President Obama's new strategy. (Repeat)||COMEDY|
Fresh faces Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele star in this 30-minute sketch comedy series, leaving no stone unturned -- whether satirizing the president or spoofing Nazis -- in their search for laughs. The actor-writers examine life through a combination of filmed sketches and live stage segments, demonstrating their unique chemistry, camaraderie and point of view. Key has starred as the ``Theoretical Criminal'' on ``RENO 911!'' and Peele's credits include ``MADtv.''
Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.