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So, Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele are currently doing press for their film Keanu, which drops Friday, April 29. The most entertaining interview they’ve done is for this episode of Hot Ones (courtesy of First We Feast), where the Key & Peele stars eat some of the hottest wings in the world while trying to keep their cool.
And, for the most part, they totally do.
Hot Ones host Sean Evans casually eats most of the wings offered, while Key and Peele’s suffering become noticeably worse with each bite. But they go through each and never drink any milk or water, even calling out Evans when he takes a sip of the former. The interview basically feels like an impromptu Key & Peele sketch, so if you’re sad about the show ending, this is a nice farewell. RIP, dudes.
Elijah Watson is an internet culture and entertainment reporter. His work has been published by the Daily Beast, Vice, Complex, Bustle, Uproxx, and Okayplayer.