Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key attempt to say a forbidden word in regards to their women, Lil Wayne adjusts to life behind bars, and President Obama expresses how he really feels - with the help of his anger translator.
Jordan and Keegan showboat before an exuberant crowd at a community theater, a traffic reporter experiences turbulence while up in the chopper, and one-half of an R&B duo reveals his true feelings to his partner during a song.
Jordan and Keegan attempt to hide in plain sight from a Negro-hunting Nazi. Other sketches include two slaves struggling to get off the auction block and a pair of thugs encountering a slight complication before a big hit.
Jordan and Keegan explore the black college experience, and the hangers-on that success attracts. Other sketches include a neighborhood reacting to the appearance of a mystical creature, when you can - and can't - say a controversial word, and President Obama returning to address the nation with the assistance of his anger translator.
Jordan and Keegan play two mystics battling over the right to dispense sagacious advice. Other sketches include Jaden Smith and his agent discussing a new script, and a gay couple "celebrating" recent legislation. Also, President Obama tries a new strategy against his Republican opposition.
Jordan and Keegan engage in an epic game of flicker, and an MMA fighter takes trash talk too far. Other sketches include a wedding reception guest wanting the DJ to play some "old school" tracks, and a protective Keegan bringing high-quality burgers to a barbecue.
Jordan and Keegan debate who is blacker, and the expectation of being the only black guy at a party. Sketches include the Tea Party discovering a new hope, two military recruiters thinking outside the box, and Bobby McFerrin dueling Michael Winslow to death.
In the season finale, President Obama wants to be treated just like everyone else, Jordan looks at an apartment owned by a suspicious landlord, and a pair of party motivators get the party started at a bar mitzvah. Also, a toddler Forest Whitaker creates havoc for his babysitter.
President Obama and his anger translator, Luther, address Mitt Romney, we meet the man who had to follow Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech, and two friends discuss their theories on what happens to their poop after they flush.
Sketches include a football player being penalized for excessive celebration, Jordan and Keegan attending the premiere of "Othello," and a high school student gaining rapid fame from stealing a joke from one of his peers.
A football team gets hyped up before a game, President Obama and Luther meet Hillary Clinton, two guys prepare for potential threats on a flight, a band of pirates sings a chantey, and a cop is a bit too trigger-happy.
A flight attendant deals with a passenger who won't fasten his seatbelt, British explorers discuss their travels, two couples try to avoid spoilers on a double date, and a prayer group receives divine intervention.
A PSA helps prevent child soldiers in Africa, a college a cappella group gets a new member, Meegan and André go on their first date, a terror group runs a food truck, and two old men discuss popular music.
A politician denies sending lewd photos, a detective interrogates a rapper, Cedric and Levi find lightning in a bottle, two southern gentlemen compliment women, Jordan runs into an old friend, and a cop takes things literally.
Judge Jessie has a new show, a man waits for his job interview, two ladies catch up over drinks, the valets discuss Val Kilmer, a retired military specialist is briefed on a new project, and a woman introduces her fiancé to her parents.
A gangster participates in a drive-by, a mom writes a song for her son, two scam artists compete with each other, an "Undercover Boss" reveals himself, Big Boi runs into André 3000, and two guys get into a car accident.
A tickle game between two friends gets weird, a writers' room brainstorms for "Gremlins 2," a man deals with an unruly office janitor, two thugs suspect their friend snitched, and Keegan and Jordan discuss Africa at a party.
Neil deGrasse Tyson relaxes at home, Keegan must keep it together during a job interview, a tailor deals with a gassy client, the valets discuss "Game of Thrones," and a telemarketer tries a new strategy.
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele's subversive sketch comedy show is now available in its entirety, from Mr. Garvey's irrepressible rage to every incarnation of the East/West Bowl rivalry to Luther, Obama's anger translator.
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