It's been an otherwise quiet day in the realm of TV news, but Comedy Central certainly seems to have made the most of it. Not only will breakout comedy duo 'Key & Peele' return for a fourth season, but so too will the animated 'Brickleberry' draw itself a third outing and the web series-adapted 'Drunk History' take a second course.
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Reception of last night's 'How I Met Your Mother' episode "The Time Travelers" might have been a bit mixed (we might have been the only ones still sour by the end), but that hasn't dampened our anticipation for the upcoming season finale episodes "Something Old" and "Something New" one bit. Whether or not we'll actually meet the mother as planned remains to be seen, but at least we have 'Happy Endings' star Casey Wilson and 'Key & Peele's Keegan-Michael Key to sweeten the deal! Find out all about the 'How I Met Your Mother' finale inside!
Sketch comedy needs a kick in the rear every couple years, and it's been too long since Dave Chappelle flamed out when fame and fortune made 'The Chappelle Show' his cross to bare. And though 'Key & Peele' isn't to those lofty heights, they might get there, and they might get there next year as the show has been renewed for a third season.
Regardless of how you feel about the election, funny is funny, and 'Key & Peele' is one of the funniest sketch shows on television right now. One of their signature sketches is Jordan Peele playing President Obama, with Keegan Michael Key as his anger translator Luther. Tonight they've provided their reaction to the election.