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Season 1

1 :01x01 - Season 1, Episode 1

In the premiere of this sketch-comedy series, President Obama expresses his true feelings with help from an anger translator; Lil Wayne gets used to life in jail; and two men tread carefully when it comes to talking about the women in their lives.

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2 :01x02 - Season 1, Episode 2

A traffic reporter in a helicopter struggles to deal with turbulence; a community-theater crowd enjoys the show; an R&B singer shares a revelation with his partner during a performance.

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3 :01x03 - Season 1, Episode 3

A biracial man tries to impress his date; hoodlums run into trouble before a big job; slaves can't wait to leave an auction; two men hide from a white supremacist.

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4 :01x04 - Season 1, Episode 4

Sketches include the black-college experience; celebrity entourages; a neighborhood's reaction to a mythical creature; controversial words; and President Obama's anger translator.

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5 :01x05 - Season 1, Episode 5

Sketches include mystics exercising their rights to dispense wisdom; Jaden Smith and his agent examining a script; a gay couple reacting to recent legislation; and President Obama taking on the Republican opposition.

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6 :01x06 - Season 1, Episode 6

Sketches include a guest's requests for a DJ at a wedding reception; a barbecue with the finest food; and a trash-talking mixed-martial-arts fighter.

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7 :01x07 - Season 1, Episode 7

Sketches include the Tea Party's new hope; innovative military recruiters; and a duel between vocalist Bobby McFerrin and sound-effect expert Michael Winslow. Also: Jordan and Keegan discuss who is more black, and being the only black guy at a party.

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8 :01x08 - Season 1, Episode 8

The first-season finale features a babysitter dealing with a young Forest Whitaker; an apartment rented by a suspicious landlord; President Obama's desire to be treated like an ordinary citizen; and partygoers trying to liven up a bar mitzvah.

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Season 2

9 :02x01 - Season 2, Episode 1

Sketches in the Season 2 premiere include a look back at President Obama in college; a Civil War reenactment; and Jesus' encounter with a pimp.

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10 :02x02 - Season 2, Episode 2

Sketches include President Obama and his anger translator, Luther, on Mitt Romney; the speaker after Martin Luther King Jr. gave his "I Have a Dream" speech; and two friends' thoughts on what happens to their bodily waste.

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11 :02x03 - Season 2, Episode 3

Sketches include Ice-T as a misbehaving puppy; Steve Jobs' successor; and a Rihanna-Chris Brown reconciliation.

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12 :02x04 - Season 2, Episode 4

Sketches include a bachelor party that takes an odd turn; and a child's confusing genitalia.

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13 :02x05 - Season 2, Episode 5

Sketches include a news reporter terrorized by a dog; and Harriet Tubman on the move.

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14 :02x06 - Season 2, Episode 6

Sketches include a Halloween with racist zombies; a reunion for the cast of the Dutch horror film "The Human Centipede"; and a struggling public school for wizards.

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15 :02x07 - Season 2, Episode 7

Sketches include a man who goes to extremes while chasing his girlfriend; and a nonstop party for the electro-pop duo LMFAO.

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16 :02x08 - Season 2, Episode 8

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17 :02x09 - Season 2, Episode 9

Sketches include racist superheroes; gangsters' fondness for the "Twilight" franchise; and a place where names are spoken via intestinal gas.

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18 :02x10 - Season 2, Episode 10

Sketches in the Season 2 finale include a tutorial on female anatomy for an extraterrestrial; a game of one-upmanship; and the last two men on Earth.

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Season 3

Best of / Season 3 Trailer

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19 :03x01 - Les Mis

Key & Peele's third season premiere.

20 :03x02 - East/West Bowl Rap

Sketches include college-football all-stars from the East/West bowl; a tale of two mobsters; and valet-parking attendants discussing Batman.

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21 :03x03 - Slap-Ass

Sketches include the guys having a bad Skype connection; a "Django Unchained" fight; and a baseball player who likes to congratulate his teammates a bit too much.

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22 :03x04 - LA Vice

Sketches include a boxer taunting his opponent; a thug refusing to get rid of his beer; and a man not allowed to board his flight.

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23 :03x05 - Obama Shutdown

Sketches include a man getting too high; a soccer player going to extremes to get expelled from a match; and sex advice from a pair of experts.

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24 :03x06 - Cunnilingus Class

Sketches include Mr. T teaching life lessons; Wendell needing a new bed; and an insult comic crossing the line.

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25 :03x07 - Sexy Vampires

Sketches include a creepy ghost as a roommate; men trying to find a silver lining in being tortured; and a meeting with a house full of sexy vampires.

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26 :03x08 - High on Potenuse

Sketches include a high-school student's rise to fame after stealing a joke from one of his peers; a football player penalized for excessive celebration; and a premiere of "Othello.

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27 :03x09 - Tackle & Grapple

Sketches include the return of Meagan; a guy trying to look cool at a strip club; and a funk show for the ages.

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28 :03x10 - Black Ice

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29 :03x11 - The Power of Wings

ketches include Keegan and Jordan eavesdropping on white women who love black men; Wendell making a music video; and Kareem and Jahar going to the gym.

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30 :03x12 - East/West Bowl 2

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31 :03x13 - Pussy on the Chainwax

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Season 4

Shart Week

Key & Peele celebrate Shart Week!

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32 :04x01 - Season 4, Episode 1

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Warning: Key & Peele guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Scripted
Genre: Comedy | Family | Sketch/Improv
Status: Returning Series
Network: Comedy Central ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 10:30 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 31, 2012
Episode Order: 22
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