Comedic duo Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele will be streaming live this game day 2016, dishing out hilarious commentary as fictional fly-by-night sports announcers.
For game day, Comedy Central’s Key and Peele will transform into Lee and Morris—two over-the-top men dressed in elaborate black and white outfits and sporting crazy hair.
It is clear Lee and Morris know nothing about football or sports from the moment they open their mouths.
But one thing is for sure, they are very amped to talk. Their show is, of course, called Real Talk.
The humorous bit is the brainchild of web tools company Squarespace.
While Key and Peele will not be able to talk specifically about the big game or the heavily trademarked Super Bowl franchise, the stunt does drive home the message that web users don’t have to be experts or even remotely knowledgeable in their fields to create a website with the Maryland-based company.
Key and Peele’s skit will also offer non-sports enthusiasts and bandwagon Panthers and Bronco fans another alternative to the big game other than the saccharin Puppy Bowl.
Key and Peele Lee and Morris will stream their commentary from www.realtalk.squarespace.com.