Get ready, comedy fans. Launching today, Comedy Central has created the ultimate site for “Key & Peele” fans who have been going through withdrawal since the sketch show’s demise in September of last year. Over 300 sketches are now available, including 176 that were previously unavailable online.
In case that wasn’t enough, the digital destination also includes, per the official release, “new, original content including sharable GIF’s and memes and an illustrated insider’s ‘Key & Peele Dictionary‘ highlighting some of the show’s most memorable catchphrases.”
Fans can also use entertaining URLs to lead them to the site, including obamaandluther.com, liamneesons.com, insubordinateandchurlish.com, and of course Isaidbiiiiiiiiiitch.com. Sketches can be sorted by season, category, and character, as well as by collections like “celebrity favorites,” “horror,” “nerd” and “football.”
From the release: “The Peabody Award-winning and twelve-time Emmy Award-nominated series, featuring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, has become a true multi-platform phenomenon and boasts over a billion streams across multiple digital platforms. The site will showcase fan-favorite characters like Meegan and Andre, Mr. Garvey, the substitute teacher, Wendell and the Valets along with additional beloved personalities.”