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‘Key & Peele’ Returns With More Absurd Humor and a Feminist Slant

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What is there left to stay about Key & Peele? It’s been hailed as one of the funniest, most intelligent, and best directed sketch series on TV, particularly when it deals with race and politics. The show returns tomorrow night, and the new episodes — a continuation of the fourth season after a long break — are more of the same, the show playing to its strengths without losing its edge.
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Is ‘Key and Peele’s’ New Gay Marriage Sketch an Interrogation of Identity Assumptions or a Big “No Homo”?

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As Comedy Central readies for the July 8 premiere of Key and Peele‘s new season, the network has released a very topical sketch: Keegan-Michael Key plays a Michigan congressman who’s emphasizing how he cares about everyone during a town hall meeting that’s being recorded and broadcast by C-SPAN — whether they’re young, old, Asian, Hispanic, straight, or gay. 
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New Abortion Rights Ads Target Young Men via Xbox, Comedy Central — But Aren’t “Family-Friendly” Enough For Google

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Leftist pundits love to ask why younger people are so progressive on gay marriage but haven’t moved very far from their elders on abortion. Some have opined it’s because gay marriage is about extending an inherently conservative institution to include more people, while others say abortion will never seem as innocuous as marriage, even to supporters. “That element of the culture war appears to be here to stay,” one article concluded.
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