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Key and Peele season 3 episodes list:
The villain of an epic musical can't get a word in, and a rapper takes all Steinbeck on his hype man.
The East/West bowl players make their own rap videos, a mobster is suspicious about a dinner party, and Metta World Peace ponders a difficult dilemma.
A meeting of the Black Republicans demands to be taken seriously, and a baseball player is addicted to slapping asses.
Threats at a boxing match press conference get a little strange, and a cop can't understand why everything around him is blowing up.
Keegan gets too high, a soccer player gets grievously injured, and an unwitting party guest wanders into an orgy.
An insult comedian struggles to roast a deformed audience member, and two men teach a class on going down on bitches right.
A new vampire confronts his cohorts on their fashion choices, roommates have a meeting about paranormal pranks, and a hotel guest goes apes**t over the continental breakfast.
Hingle MCCringleberry gets a flag for excessive celebration, and a geometry student steals a joke.
Meegan gets Andre in trouble; a funk band goes overboard with nonsensical lyrics; sensei Doug Duggart teaches self-defense for the ladies.
A police detective meets his new partner; Samuel and Lashawn celebrate their marriage; Lando Calrissian is followed by a "Star Wars" fan.
Keegan and Jordan eavesdrop on white women who love black men; Wendell makes a music video; Kareem and Jahar go to the gym; a pawn shop owner deals with a suspicious customer; an actor in a gangster movie takes issue with his director's opinion.
More college-football all-stars from the East/West bowl; Jordan's landlord searches his apartment; a man is taken aback by a coworker's sex appeal.
Some friends argue over whether a new slang phrase is a "thing," a man learns the truth about his father's Hollywood past, and the valets come to Anne Hathaway's defense.