Rebecca Vineyard
January 06, 2017 11:40 am
Comedy Central

Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele visited The Daily Show last night. WHY? Well, first, WHY NOT? But actually, to bless the world with one last Obama Anger Translator sketch. Apparently, a Key and Peele writer wrote the sketch after the election. So, the team made it, as a final salute to President Obama. It’s probably just as cathartic to watch as it was to make, and we can’t get enough of it.

In the sketch, Obama, played by Jordan Peele, is giving his final address. Luther, his anger translator, has agreed to keep it together. That doesn’t last long, though. In fact, the name of the President Elect sends Luther into one of his classic rages.

There’s a lot more to the sketch and, though Comedy Central bleeps them out, there are a LOT of implied curse words happening.

Luther basically freaks out, but the sketch is oddly inspiring. In fact, it’s *almost* like Peele channels Obama himself during it: “Stay strong, and never stop standing up for what you believe in,” says Obama/Peele. That’s certainly a message we can get behind, and we think President Obama would agree.

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