Click here to watch sketches from last night’s Key & Peele. It is your density.
The breakdancer in this scene is Jason “Sensation” Thomas, and he’s just unbelievable to watch. There were several other dancers in the scene who also did amazing routines that unfortunately ended up on the cutting room floor, including our choreographer Kathryn Burns, and at some point I’d like to make a little dance music video of all the great footage we shot but didn’t use for this sketch.
The East/West College Bowl returns on tonight’s new Key & Peele!
CALLING ALL LIAM NEESONS!
My guests on the new SPEAKEASY WITH PAUL F. TOMPKINS are the amazing Key & Peele. I could have talked to these guys about comedy foreverrrrrrrrrrrr.
OH AND WOULD IT HAVE KILLED ANYONE TO TELL ME THAT MY COLLAR WAS STICKING OUTSIDE OF MY JACKET GOOD LOOKING OUT EVERYONE.
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There’s a new Key & Peele on tonight after South Park. Bump it.
Sketch comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele joke that because they’re half-white, they’re constantly switching back and forth. “If it happens four times in a sentence,” Key says, “[you’re] probably going to get two axes, two asks.”
Talking over each other, they add:
"But when a cop comes up to you, you definitely use a lot of ‘asks.’
"Ask away, officer, ask away!"
"Anything you want to ask me, I’ll be happy to answer, officer."
If anyone asks, there’s a new Key & Peele on tonight.
They’re back! Watch a new Key & Peele, tonight after South Park.