Key & Peele Will Be Providing Live Commentary for the Super Bowl

Without directly mentioning the Super Bowl or any of the players therein.

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Super Bowl Sunday confirms that there are only two kinds of people in the world: those who tune in for the Big Game and those who tune in for the ads. Comedic duo Key & Peele will be holding it down for the former camp, hosting a live video stream during the game, complete with commentary on the proceedings; however, the comedians are legally forbidden from saying any players’ names or referring to the game specifically at all. Oh, and the live stream is in reality an ad for the website creation platform Squarespace, so the commentary will largely consist of improvised riffing, and if you’ve ever watched the duo’s Comedy Central show, you should already know you’re in for a treat. Tune in this Sunday to keep an eye out for the fictional sportscasters’ appearance in a completely legitimate advertisement, and be sure keep a tab open to listen to what’s sure to be a surreal sportscasting experience.

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