A gangster desperately tries to prove he's loco, terrorists meet up to plan their next move, and a jealous older brother makes a family dinner awkward.
Performers are kicked in the crotch for their art, a class clown terrorizes a teacher, and a man tries to get lucky at a sex addicts meeting.
Stan Lee pitches some new superheroes, a guy loses his street cred when he experiences a brain freeze, and a man develops a complex mnemonic device to remember where he parked.
An emergency changes a man's morning ritual, a henchman cramps the style of a supervillain, and Jordan reminds Keegan that he's a grown-ass man.
A respected sex crimes detective uses unconventional means to solve a case, an action hero rescues his girlfriend, and a frozen yogurt store employee indulges in too many samples.
A vampire reveals himself, a serial killer is thwarted, and a child gets his wish fulfilled.
A football player with a concussion tries to inspire his team, a man accuses his wife of cheating on him with a dog, and a restaurant owner scares off his patrons.
A baseball player deals with his addiction to slapping ass, a mobster takes vengeance on someone who crossed him, and Steve Urkel drives a man insane.
Two old women battle with Satan, things go awry when a man goes mattress shopping, and dance club patrons are forced to face the truth about themselves.
A parole officer uses a puppet to bond with a parolee, a man in a neck brace attempts to party down, and a soldier has an emotional reunion with his family.
Aliens invade Earth, a family comes to terms with a relative's gay wedding, and a couple of racists express some surprising views.
Comedy emergency? Send up the K&P signal for Season 4 of high-flying, boundary-busting sketch featuring your dynamic comic duo as old favorites (Wendell, the sex addict?) and new additions (warning, black republicans ahead!).
Sketches include Keegan getting distracted while on the phone with
his girlfriend, Keegan and Jordan having a mean boss, and the birth
of a new expression.
Sketches include the introduction to the newest set of East/West
Bowl players, Devon the Landlord searching Jordan's apartment,
and Jordan being offended by an overly sexual co-worker.
Sketches include Keegan and Jordan eavesdropping on white
women who love black men, Wendell making a music video, and
Kareem and Jahar going to the gym.
Sketches include Samuel and Lashawn rejoicing over the benefits of
their now-legal marriage, a police detective meeting his new partner,
and Lando from "Star Wars" being followed by a superfan.
Two feuding jazz musicians use a scat performance as cover for an argument.
Keegan and Jordan discuss how sexually explicit R&B lyrics have become.
In the middle of his routine, one of the competitors at the 1987 Jazz Fit Championships finds out that his family has been in a car accident.
Jordan and Keegan reminisce about movies featuring sexy actresses.
President Obama is introduced to a group of onlookers after giving a speech, but not everyone receives the same treatment.
After taking a huge hit, the Rhinos quarterback has trouble inspiring his team in the huddle.
A parole officer uses an unconventional technique to connect to one of the convicts under his charge.
Keegan and Jordan misunderstand the tone of each other's text messages while trying to make plans.
At a meeting in 1997, an irate Reginald VelJohnson complains about the ways "Family Matters" has changed since Urkel became part of the show.
Jordan and Keegan expose a homophobic action-movie trope.
A speaker at a high school assembly recounts his descent into a life of crime, but it becomes clear that he is embellishing parts of his story.
Keegan and Jordan imagine what it would be like to cuddle with President Obama.
While infiltrating a crime boss's villa, an action hero relies heavily on one particular maneuver.
Dr. Gupta and a representative from the Make-A-Wish Foundation meet with a terminally ill boy, but the things he wants to do before he dies makes them both very uncomfortable.
Jordan asks Keegan whether he'd rather be a werewolf or vampire.
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