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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."

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Sketches include a football player with a concussion tries to inspire his team; a man accuses his wife of cheating on him with a dog; a restaurant owner scares off his patrons.
aired 45 days ago
Sketches include Jordan and Keegan celebrate Halloween by fleeing racist zombies; the stars of "Human Centipede" have a frightening reunion; a struggling public wizard school.
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Sketches include a baseball player deals with his addiction; a mobster takes vengeance on someone who crossed him; Steve Urkel drives a man insane.
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Sketches include The Tea Party discovering a new hope; Bobby McFerrin duels with Michael Winslow; Jordan and Keegan debate who is blacker.
aired 52 days ago
Sketches include showboating in front of a crowd; a traffic reporter experiences turbulence while in a helicopter.
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Sketches include mystics battling over the right to give advice; President Obama's new strategy against his Republican opposition.
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Sketches include two old women battle with Satan; things go awry when a man goes mattress shopping; dance club patrons are forced to face the truth about themselves.
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Sketches include Mr. T teaching life lessons; Wendell needing a new bed; an insult comic crossing the line.
aired 60 days ago
Two friends get into an argument at a club; Meegan and André talk about their relationship; a rapper walks out of an interview; Conrad flies business select; Keegan has a new mustache.
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Sketches include the return of Maegan; Jordan tries to look cool at a strip club; a funk show for the ages.
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Sketches include performers being kicked in the crotch for their art; a class clown terrorizes a teacher; a man tries to get lucky at a sex addicts meeting.
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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.
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Sketches include a gangster desperately tries to prove he's crazy; terrorists meet up to plan their next move; a jealous older brother makes a family dinner awkward.
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Sketches include Stan Lee pitches some new superheroes; a guy loses his reputation when he experiences a brain freeze; a man develops a complex mnemonic device to remember where he parked.
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Sketches include an emergency that changes a man's morning ritual; a henchman cramps the style of a supervillain; Jordan reminds Keegan that he's a grown-ass man.
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Sketches include a respected sex crimes detective uses unconventional means to solve a case; an action hero rescues his girlfriend; a frozen yogurt store employee eats the profits.
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Sketches include a vampire reveals himself; a serial killer is thwarted; a child's wish is fulfilled.
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Sketches include a parole officer uses a puppet to bond with a parolee; a man in a neck brace attempts to party; a soldier has an emotional reunion with his family.
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Sketches include aliens invade planet Earth; a family comes to terms with a relative's gay wedding; a couple of racists express some surprising views.
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Sketches include a drug deal gone bad; a cry-baby mobster; Darius Rucker dealing with his Hootie past.
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Jordan and Keegan try hiding in plain sight; two slaves struggle to get off the auction block; a pair of thugs encounter a slight complication before a big hit.

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