Leave your pistols and bayonets at home, the new weapons on the streets are dueling hats. And the newer, more pristine hats are the most dangerous. Take it from comedycentral‘s Key & Peele.
When Key’s character greets his friends with a brand new hat — tag on and everything — his cousin (Peele) takes notice. What follows is a full on hat war to find the newest caps on the market, and they resort to desperate measures.
Along with being hilarious, they tap into the extravagance and silliness of collector hats. They’re undoubtedly my new favourite comedians. Previously, they posted sketches on Dungeons and Dragons, Lil Wayne in prison and Twilight Gangsters.
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Even if you know they’re untrue, the hurtful names that a school bully calls you in front of his entourage can affect you for a long time. However, unprovoked attacks have a deep-rooted origin that actually has nothing to do with you in the first place. That’s exactly what Key & Peele’s new sketch is about.
Keegan-Michael Key plays an innocent student who’s just reading his book on the school steps when Jordan Peele starts making fun of him for reading and being queer. Luckily, Key & Peele provided a translation of what those words actually mean, so we can gain a deeper understanding of where those words are coming from.
I love when comedy takes a deeper meaning like this and really makes you think! Key & Peele’s is one of my fave new shows on Comedy Central. Previously we saw the guys take on the dangers associated with dubstep music and the wilder side of Dungeons and Dragons’ Isildur.
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When a dungeon master (Keegan-Michael Key) invites his money-obsessed cousin Tyrell (Jordan Peele) to play Dungeons & Dragons, he has no idea how his two friends will react to the unpredictable influence. Turns out Tyrell is attracted to the wilder side of Isildur.
Tyrell decides to be a giant named Kanye whose single mission is to find bitches and party rather than go on a quest to the land of Kandahar. ”Where da club at at Isildur yo?”
Kanye Tyrell asks his frustrated cousin. Tyrell’s philosophy is that the only gods are “money and bitches yo.” He forsakes his mission to pimp out in Isildur’s one and only SUV.
The hilarious Peter Atencio-directed clip is part of the Comedy Central series “Key & Peele.”
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The first time I heard dubstep music was a very confusing experience. I could feel the electrifying wub wub right down in my knees but was still utterly bewildered because I’d never heard anything similar to it in my life.
When older people listen to dubstep I’m sure they’re like deer in the headlights. Take Key & Peele for example. These two guys from Comedy Central decided to throw on the electronic dance music while packing up an apartment and ended up nearly destroying the place. While one of them doesn’t quite understand the force that’s overtaking his body, he starts to get it after getting a bloody nose and breaking a few boxes.
I absolutely love this clip because it’s so damn true. Key & Peele is a sketch comedy television show starring former MADtv cast mates Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele.
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