VIDEO: Comedy Central's Key & Peele Parody LES MISERABLES
Comedy Central brings back the sketch-comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele for a third season of the hit series "Key & Peele," which kicked off last week, September 18 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT with 13 new episodes. Check out the duo's take on the musical, pop cuture phenomenon that is LES MISERABLES in the sketch below, featuring MadTV alum and Broadway vet Nicole Parker (Wicked)!
In the new season "Key & Peele" once again offers up a hilarious look at the world utilizing the stars' lively chemistry and smart observations. Several classic characters from the first two seasons, including Hingle McCringleberry and Ozamataz Buckshank; Karim and Jahar; Wendell and Mr. Garvey, will return along with new, entertaining personalities guaranteed to make you laugh. Fans can also tune in September 11 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT for a special episode filmed in their Hollywood Production Offices, as Key and Peele look back at some of the fan's favorite sketches from past seasons. In addition, viewers will get a sneak peek at season three. "Key & Peele" received its first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Make-up for a Multi-Camera Series or Special (Non-Prosthetic).
Viewers can look forward to the return of Obama and his anger translator Luther, plus an array of guest stars including James Callis, Jason Schwartzman, Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Youtube sensation Freddie Wong. "Key & Peele" continues to satirize issues including marriage, gun rights, race and sex.
"Key & Peele" features Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, who are best known for their impressive ability for improv, celebrity impressions and conjuring up original characters. The show utilizes a combination of filmed sketches and live stage segments to examine life in a provocative and irreverent way, from two men used to Being on the outside looking in. Whether it's satirizing the President, spoofing musical acts, or taking on religion, "Key & Peele" showcases their chemistry, camaraderie and unique point of view, born from their shared background and experiences growing up biracial in a not quite post-racial world.