Key and Peele aired its final episode in September 2015, and with it went some of the best sketch comedy in recent years. Luckily, we still get a taste of the duo’s brilliance from time to time. Such was the case on Thursday’s Daily Show as Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele appeared as President Obama and his anger translator, Luther, to give a farewell address. The always composed Obama sits back in his chair as Luther paces. “It’s more imperative than ever that we move on as a country united,” says Obama, to which Luther quickly adds, “United in the fact that we can’t f—king stand each other!” Watch the clip at the 3:00 mark to see the rest.
Obama: It's more imperative than ever that we move on as a country united. Luther: United in the fact that we can't stand each other!