Key and Peele (2012–2015)
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Super Bowl Special 

In a tribute to pro football, the duo present commentary from behind the sports desk and offer up sketches surrounding America's toughest pastime.

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Payman Benz
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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Episode credited cast:
Keegan-Michael Key ... Various Characters
Jordan Peele ... Various Characters
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Prince Amukamara ... Himself
Nick Armstrong ... Joe the Audio Tech
D'Brickashaw Ferguson D'Brickashaw Ferguson ... D'Brickashaw Ferguson
Allison Janney ... Herself / Robot God
Michelle Marie ... Herself - Sports Broadcaster
Omar Nazel ... Naked Sprinter
Chris Roark ... Sean Walton
Aaron Rodgers ... A.A. Ron Rodgers
Jeff Sanders Jeff Sanders ... Referee
Brian Shortall ... Dan White
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In a tribute to pro football, the duo present commentary from behind the sports desk and offer up sketches surrounding America's toughest pastime.

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Comedy

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Release Date:

30 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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Den of Thieves See more »
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Appearences from nfl players like Aaron Rodgers, Ha Ha Clinton Dix, and Prince Amukamara. See more »

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Old Jokes, Poor Execution
6 February 2015 | by eddie-ucscSee all my reviews

So, ten minutes into the show, I'm wondering why I'm watching this. I'm a pretty big fan of Key n Peele, but this felt like they agreed to make it for a pay check. There were too many skits that have already been done, and even the cameos count save this crap. The whole part of NFL players announcing themselves wasn't funny as I already knew what to expect. Even the real NFL players who were in it couldn't save it. The whole skit where he's a Falcons corner and has lost a step was painful to watch. So was the skit on the injured Vikings player. I was like blah. Even my nephew who thinks everything is funny wasn't laughing. Skip this if you were lucky enough to miss it before the super bowl. Anyone else thinking they are close to burning out like Dave Chappelle?


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