The comedy tandem in this sketch comedy show is Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. Much of their comedy sees them venturing where many others wouldn’t. No subject seems taboo for this duo. They take on issues like race and politics head on. Their styles are different but they work well together.
Episode 1: Bitch: Darryl and Craig are the bosses in their relationships just not in front of their wives. Gideon’s Kitchen is on confusing cooking reality show. Mr. Washington tries to get a prescription for medical marijuana. L’il Wayne believes he’s the toughest dude in prison. Barrack Obama gives his Presidential Weekly Address.
Episode 2: Mmmmmm: Obama defeats a street corner rapper. Mr. Lewis’s meeting with his mother’s doctor is reduced to a “Yo mama” contest. Brock Favors does the traffic from a helicopter for the first time. The Uptown Community Players presents Lunch with Greatness. An awkward moment between an all-male singing duo during a love song.
Episode 3: Das Negros: Slave auction in Savannah, 1848. Jeff is not too sure about when “Black Jeff” and “White Jeff” should come out. Germany, 1942 and the Nazis are hunting Negroes. People who talk in movie theatres are of different categories. A murder is delayed by a poop in the pants.
Episode 4: The Branding: A Pegasus sighting in South Lennox. White people cannot say the N-word. Kanye the Giant brings a new dimension to the fantasy role playing game. Making or not making an album can really make a difference in a person’s life.
Episode 5: Dueling Magical Negroes: Carl and Steve do battle over a troubled white guy. Jaden Pinkett-Smith wants to be a down-to-earth everyday kid. The 7th state legalizes gay marriage.
Episode 6: Flicker: You got something on your shirt. Requesting old school music from a DJ. White people trying to prove they aren’t racist. UWL pay-per-view preview.
Episode 7: Soul Food: Two men try to out black each other at a soul food restaurant. Two guys try to pick up girls at a bar only one is faster. The king of mouth music, Bobby McFerrin is upstaged by Winslow. A black man is brought into the fold by the Tea Party. Two army recruiters try to get new ensigns at a gay bar. A man makes the mistake of telling his wife his sexual fantasy
Episode 8: Landlord: Obama is teaching Malea what life is like in the real world. Black rappers at a bar mitzvah. A hitman who doesn’t get it. Baby Forest Whittaker is different from any of the other kids the babysitter has looked after.
Special Features: Outtakes, Poolside Interview, Obama’s Anger Translator, Key + Peele Live at the South Beach Comedy Festival