Jordan Peele made Oscars history Sunday night as he became the first black screenwriter to win Best Original Screenplay for his work on his critically acclaimed film, Get Out.
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First of all, if you’ve yet to see Get Out, you need to now. But, second of all, the good news is that if you haven’t yet had the chance, there’s a ton of Jordan Peele comedy sketches and videos on the internet to feast upon.
A great starting point are the countless pages of Key & Peele archives you can find on YouTube, and we’ve included a few of the lesser known gems. But we’ve also rounded up some other off-the-beaten-path Jordan Peele videos, ones you probably missed or might have never seen before.
So here ya go, knock your inner anger translator out.
The Epic Rap Battles of History
Peele rapping as Muhammad Ali is a sight to behold, and if you’re a fan of his countless Obama impersonations, you’ll love him as he drops bars as good ol’ Barry O.
The Second City deep cut
This clip dates all the way back to 2010, but it still feels very, very Key & Peele-ian.
Key & Peele (nearly) dying while eating wicked hot chicken wings
Hot Ones – the “show with hot questions and even hotter wings” – might be one of the internet’s greatest treasures, and watching Key & Peele struggle through some blazing hot sauces is incredibly entertaining. Bonus: You get to see the two riff as their famous valet characters as their mouths slowly melt away.
Peele freestyling with Reggie Watts
This headline should speak for itself, tbh. Just watch it.
Peele as Tupac Shakur
The only thing you need to know about this video is that it’s based on something that actually happened.
Jordan Peele turning into a blueberry pie
This sketch takes the term “Mexican standoff” and flips it on its head. It’s as outrageous as you might think, and then it gets even weirder.
Some more classics from the Key & Peele archives
Again, there are so many Key & Peele videos out there, and there are many that have become collective favorites of the internet. But these two are a bit less known, yet still just as funny.
Here’s hoping the new Oscars darling keeps finding time to make us laugh.