Key & Peele
By Christina Lee
Because the camera faces the sunlight from indoors, shadows almost shroud the boy’s entire face. No worries, though. After all, he’s on the hunt. “Heil Hitler,” he says, as Ty Burrell did in Comedy Central’s Key & Peele. “As you know, we were combing the area for Jews, but it has come to our attention that two Negros have escaped, and they are hiding out in this area as well. You wouldn’t happen to know anything about this now, would you?” He nails his German accent.
The camera cuts to two girls—one white, one Asian—playing Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele’s parts: African American dudes who covered their...