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Key & Peele gives viewers no choice but to laugh at their hilarious and lively chemistry as they revive some classic characters from the first season and introduce new, entertaining characters into the mix.
Seeing two guys face off in some way has become a recurring theme for Key & Peele, and that's definitely not a complaint as the gag works.
Not every sketch works, of course, and the first two seasons of Key & Peele carry their share of misfires. But at least one good piece accompanies every bad one.
They value the moment just as much as their audience, and their ability to throw caution to the wind-to put out their best work and let the sketches fall where they may-means there's nary a whiff of desperation in Key & Peele.
Beezer Twelve Washingbeard. The player formerly known as Mousecop. This sketch never stops being funny, never stops being shared, and at the end of K&P's run, is still the most repeatable and everlasting of all sketches. Long live the king.
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