‘Key and Peele’ Say Goodbye: Why We’ll Miss This Genius Show

‘Key and Peele’ Say Goodbye: Why We’ll Miss This Genius Show

This undated image released by Comedy Central shows Keegan-Michael Key, left, and Jordan Peele from the sketch comedy series "Key & Peele." (AP Photo/Comedy Central, Ian White)
This undated image released by Comedy Central shows Keegan-Michael Key, left, and Jordan Peele from the sketch comedy series “Key & Peele.” (AP Photo/Comedy Central, Ian White)

(E! Online) – This was a hard one to say goodbye to.

It felt like the end of Key and Peele totally snuck up on us, and we were not prepared. We’re still not prepared, even though we have now seen how it all ends: with one last, sweet, “biiiiiiiitch,” right before the guys drive off into the sunset back to wherever it is they came from when they started their little True Detective homage at the start of this season.

In five short seasons, Key and Peele, starring Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael-Key, gave us new vocabulary words, new, hilarious ways to talk about cultural issues, and especially new methods of finding out who our true friends are. We’ll never be able to talk about Liam Neesons again without that S at the end, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

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