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Watch 'Key and Peele' get schooled by a puppet named Little Homie

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. Franklin Delano Bluth. And now: Little Homie.

In next week’s episode of Key and Peele, Jordan and Keegan-Michael introduce a new member of TV’s bad-puppet pantheon. The dreadlocked Little Homie brings it all: drugs, guns, and some serious peer pressure, all of which presents trouble for the paroled Clive “Double Down” Ruggins (played by Key).

Take a look at the clip below.


Key and Peele on 'Police Academy,' Apatow, and a potential 'Substitute Teacher' movie

This week, Key and Peele served as the guest editors for our comedy issue. We’re lucky to have gotten them, too, because they’re incredibly busy guys: On top of their Comedy Central series Key & Peele (which premiered its fourth season last night), the guys are juggling a scary amount of TV and movie projects at the moment.

For instance, there’s the Police Academy reboot they’re producing. “We were brought on to take the creative lead with it,” Peele tells us. “We got two of our friends, Ike Barinholtz and Dave Stassen [both of The Mindy Project]—brilliant, funny men. They’re going to be penning the script.”

At this point, Key and Peele aren’t sure if they’ll be in it, though it is an option. “When we start working with the script and seeing it, we’ll make the decision,” Peele says. “Is Key and Peele a distraction from Police Academy? We’ll figure it out. Either way, we’ll make the best call for the movie.”


See a season 4 sketch from 'Key & Peele' and find out one detail about a new movie

Comedy Central has given a return date to a pair of sketch comedians so close, they’re separated by a mere ampersand: Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele. Key & Peele, which picked up four Emmy nominations earlier this month, will kick off season 4 on Sept. 24 at 10:30 p.m. The 11-episode season will include such famous guests as Ty Burrell (who also appeared in season 1), Rashida Jones, Retta, Chelsea Peretti, and Jason Ritter, EW has learned.

But new episodes of their sketch show aren’t the only thing on their collective plate right now. During a Key & Peele panel at Comic-Con on Thursday afternoon, the team revealed that in addition to the Vandaveon and Mike animated series that they’re developing at Comedy Central—and the big-screen comedy they’re both starring in and writing with Judd Apatow—they are developing another movie that they’ll headline. Its title? Keanu. (Alas, it doesn’t co-star Keanu Reeves.) Only one detail about the project was spilled, and it came courtesy of Peele: “Keanu is a kitten.” READ FULL STORY

'Key & Peele': Expanded season 4 and a potential animated spinoff announced

Comedy Central just gave Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele a very “nooice” deal.

The stars of Key & Peele are developing an animated spinoff for the network, featuring their Critiquer’s Corner characters Vandaveon and Mike, while also seeing season 4 of their sketch comedy series expanded to 22 episodes.


'Key & Peele' star to guest on 'The Middle' -- solo -- EXCLUSIVE

Keegan-Michael Key is going to be the Heck family’s savior.

At least, he’s going to try when the comedian guest stars on an upcoming episode of The Middle.

EW has learned exclusively that star — best known as being one half of comedy duo Key and Peele, alongside Jordan Peele — will play Reverend Deveaux, a charismatic preacher visiting the Hecks’ church through a minister exchange program. In the episode, Deveaux, the former spiritual adviser to the Cleveland Browns, will offer his counseling services to the Heck family, as he “knows a group in crisis when he sees one,” according to a casting description.

The episode was recently filmed but does not yet have an airdate.

This marks one of many guest appearances the MADtv alum, who stars in a Comedy Central sketch-comedy show along Peele, has booked recently. His other appearances have included How I Met Your Mother, The League, and Wilfred.

New episodes of The Middle return Wednesday on ABC.

'Key & Peele': Hats off to this sneak peek at season 2's finale -- EXCLUSIVE

Don’t cry because Key & Peele‘s sophomore season is almost over — smile because it happened, and also because the following sketch is the show’s perfect capper.

In “Hatz” — a bit that will air as part of Key & Peele‘s second season finale — Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele become embroiled in an intense game of sartorial one-upmanship. It’s sort of like an inversion of SNL‘s “Ladies Who Lunch” sketch, except nobody can accuse this one of ripping off Tim and Eric. To say anything more would mean ruining the joke, so I’ll stop here and just urge you to get in there, dog, get in there get in there get in there:


Key and Peele on 'Key & Peele': The comedy duo discuss their favorite sketches


Last week we offered up an exclusive sneak peek of a hilarious sketch from tonight’s episode of Key & Peele. But if you’re like us, you’re still not done enjoying memorable skits from the Comedy Central series’ past. Luckily, Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele aren’t either.

The duo have been buddies since their days as MadTV players, and over time they developed a unique comedy rapport. Together, they’ve seen their sketch series — now in its second season — become a favorite amongst fans and presidents alike. (When visiting Jimmy Fallon, Obama said that the Key & Peele skits featuring Obama’s Anger Translator were “good stuff.”) And in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, which you can pick up on stands now, we asked Key and Peele to break down four of their most popular sketches to date.

Here’s a preview of what you’ll find in the magazine, plus videos of each skit:



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