'Key & Peele' returns with Obama & his Anger Translator
Comedy Central's "Key & Peele" begins its second season Wednesday with comics Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael Key sending up President Obama, "So You Think You Can Dance," college football and more. In the preview above, Obama and his Anger Translator Luther react to leaked footage of a private Mitt Romney fundraiser.
Apparently the real President Obama enjoys the duo's skits about Luther. "Key & Peele" quickly became a hit with viewers, too, averaging about 2 million viewers per episodes during its first season. According to the network, "Viewers can look forward to the return of Obama and his anger translator Luther, plus an array of guest stars including Wayne Brady, Kevin Sorbo, Rob Delaney, Billy Dee Williams and Brenda Song. 'Key & Peele' continues to tackle issues like race relations in a less than 'post-racial' society and focuses on culturally relevant characters such as Steve Jobs and the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson."
Check out all the video previews here and tune in at 9:30 p.m. Sept. 26 on Comedy Central.
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