Project sees Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele in front of a live studio audience bantering about a topic weaved between filmed shorts and sketches.
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Won 2 Primetime Emmys. Another 3 wins & 50 nominations. See more awards »
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Project sees Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele in front of a live studio audience bantering about a topic weaved between filmed shorts and sketches.

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31 January 2012 (USA)  »

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K&P: Key and Peele  »

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Neal Brennan, co-creator and director of Chappelle's Show (2003), was offered the chance to direct this show. But he turned it down because he did not want to be typecast. See more »

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Referenced in Difficult People: Hashtag Cats (2016) See more »

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The Thief of Though.
5 February 2012 | by (mars) – See all my reviews

In the current state of movies and TV shows, executives try their best to appeal to a demographic obsessed with authenticity and genuine absurdity with purpose. With that being a handicap for some, most writing leans more toward absurdity for the sake of being absurd for no reason. When that happens, the line between genuine originality and simple stupidity becomes blurred. However, this show is the perfect polar opposite. Key and Peele manage to merge genuine ridiculousness with unparalleled brilliance. This show is sheer genius cloaked behind sheer nonsense which makes it the quintessential candidate that will represent absurdity and brilliance alike, and without prejudice. The very thing Shakespeare once held true himself.


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