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Watch: ‘Key & Peele’ Tackles Homophobia and Misrepresentation in the Most Awkward Manner Imaginable

Watch: 'Key & Peele' Tackles Homophobia and Misrepresentation in the Most Awkward Manner Imaginable

A town hall meeting turns into a case of mistaken identity in a new “Key & Peele” sketch.

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In “Town Hall Meeting,” Keegan-Michael Key plays Congressman Paul Brooks of Michigan who’s discussing the importance of legalizing same-sex marriage before a crowd of locals. C-SPAN is covering the event, and the cameraman seems to have pinpointed an audience member (Jordan Peele) worth focusing on. Why? Well, maybe it’s the sweater/button-down combo, but he seems convinced that he’s found a gay person who’s intimately connected to Brooks’ words about equality. 

What ensues is a hilarious cat-and-mouse game, with Peele trying desperately to avert the camera’s attention. Will he succeed? Watch the sketch above to find out.

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