Key & Peele might be off the air, but you can now access every single sketch from the show, as well as 176 that weren't previously online.
Comedy Central on Thursday debuted a new site that is an "authoritatively and unequivocally complete" collection of Key & Peele sketches, as well as vernacular from the show and their definitions, memes, and sketches grouped by genre.Now, when you want to see not just some of the best K&P sketches but some of the most well-written sketches of the last decade ("Aerobics Meltdown" and "Come Back, Meegan" deserve to be on top 10 lists for years to come), there's one place for it all. Or you could type in URLs like liamneesons.com and be redirected there as well. There are also quite a few exclusive Obama and Luther clips to help get you through this surreal, maddening election cycle. It's something for every K&P fan to enjoy, even if you happen to be insubordinate and churlish.
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