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The First ‘Key & Peele’ Sketches You Should Watch Now That They’re All Available Online

Life is long, hard, and often terrible. But occasionally something good happens, like the Ace Ventura scene in Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (which bombed at the box office, because life is long, hard, and often terrible) or Comedy Central making every Key & Peele sketch available online. It’s like a two-man Netflix, or Simpsons World, if Mr. Garvey, Meegan, Luther, the Valets, Hingle McCringleberry, and Donkey Teeth lived in Springfield.

The archive website — which can be found at keyandpeele.com, as well as “liamnessons.com, obamaandluther.com, isaidbiitch.com, isaidbiiitch.com, meeganandandre.com, and dozens of other inside-joke URLs,” according to EW — bills itself as being the “authoritatively and unequivocally complete K&P destination.” There are thematic collections, a dictionary of show-specific terminology (Liam Neesons: “one of the greatest actions stars who ever lived, best known for jacking up big-ass wolves, jacking up those Russians in Straight Tooken, and killing a robot boat in Battleship“), and super-helpful GIFs.

Speaking of being helpful: it can be overwhelming sorting through 300-plus sketches. Here are 10 of the funniest that you should start with.

“Meet Luther”

Any of the Luther sketches will do. This one’s the first.

“Substitute Teacher”

Key & Peele‘s most popular character (who might star in his own movie).

“Liam Neesons”

Liam Neesons, though.

“East/West Bowl”

It’s only a matter of time before the first “Eeeee Eeeeeeeee” plays in the NFL.

“Insult Comic”

“How do we even know if he’s crying right now?” Brutal.

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