French Restaurant – Key & Peele

French Restaurant – Key & Peele

A man on a date overplays his hand when he suggests that he’s knowledgeable about French cuisine.

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Key & Peele showcases the fearless wit of stars Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as the duo takes on everything from “Gremlins 2” to systemic racism. With an array of sketches as wide-reaching as they are cringingly accurate, the pair has created a bevy of classic characters, including Wendell, the players of the East/West Bowl and President Obama’s Anger Translator.

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95 Responses


    This is real comedy!!

  2. Jeyrik Paduga says:

    Key’s french is pretty convincing

  3. Noah Martins says:

    I wonder if they serve kebappe

  4. Deep Kumar B S says:

    I once tried to show off, & I’m still single… 😒

  5. Veridian says:

    My 3 years of using Google translate for High School French is really helping me out

  6. Veridian says:

    His pronunciation at the end had me dying 😂😂

  7. Mz. Phatbaldkat says:

    Jordan’s date killed me repeating Keegan’s menu😅

  8. Zacki BoI says:

    C R O I S S A N T

  9. Omagus MagnumOpus says:

    REAL comedy has returned!! Hahaha great show!

  10. John C John says:

    At least he tried.

  11. K3v1n FC says:

    When you lie on your CV

  12. Ireland says:

    Me -“I havent seen this video” , ‘Uploaded 31 minutes ago’ – “Oh”

  13. Dip Dup says:

    As a french person I have no idea what keegan was saying and I don’t know if it’s because of his pronunciation or if it was supposed to be gibberish a’d that’s the joke

  14. Rem Rens says:

    The thing is even French native speakers require explanations about the dishes, because the chefs give them such fancy names, nobody has a clue about their content.

    • Thomas Boulet says:

      dear zach,
      Yes, of course, it doesn’t mean that.
      But it happens that I do know both these things. Seriously, it’s just like in [wherever you’re from]
      French have a reputation of using fancy titles, names, nouns and whatnot to name our friggin food, but it’s really very often just the regional technique or animals or vegetable that makes it seem so, added to the fact that few people (on the international scale, of course) know french and/or french culture.
      Here is an example. warning, ’tis also a meme.
      “Supreme purée de poulet dans son lit de panure” is a fancy way to say “a fucken chicken nugget”
      And sure, we’ve all (here, in France) benefited from our “culinary art” reputation, and henceforth, have developped it, but guess what my friends and I and everyone I have ever heard that’s not speaking to me through a TV set call this dish?
      Also “baaaah… un nugget? (de poulet)”.
      Really… I don’t mean to antigonize you or what, if anything I just mean that french people and french (cullinary) culture is a lot like sticking feathers in our butts and calling ourselves roosters.
      There’s nothing special to it (the french cuisine) except the fact that
      1. our first revenue as a nation is tourism and
      2. tourism is a LOT about food, and therefore
      3. our country has promoted cuisine and we have worked on it a lot.
      But it doesn’t mean we all eat fancy or what, or even often, or that there are “gourmet” restaurants everywhere. In fact, there might be more in the US, netherlands or some other place. 99% of the french restaurant thrive on steak and fries. Really. We’ve been so americanized since the 50s’, it’s like that now.

      We pretend a lot.
      Don’t pay 100 dollars for some chicken nuggets in a french restaurant is what I’m saying, it’s all a ploy.
      We’re not that fancy. Pretending to be is just a good way to make money.
      -A former maître d’hotel

    • Rem Rens says:

      @Zach Duran, exactly. When you hear stuff like “confit de sauté de machin sur son lit de coulis à la savoyarde” you only can go “WTF”, even if you have spoken French since birth.

    • Rem Rens says:

      @Thomas Boulet “Supreme purée de poulet dans son lit de panure” is a fancy way to say “a fucken chicken nugget” ah ah ah I know right. Precisely what I tried to point out 😛

    • raserianfald says:

      Thomas Boulet Holy fuckn crap on cheesesticks that is one epic name for a chicken nugget though, my french brother.
      Dissappointing when it is served, but up until then it sounds like a fuckn Tolkien name.

    • Flying Island says:

      Bonjour! Welcome to Chez de le Mont Ventre (?).. I’m your waiter for this evening, my name is Jean-Luc de la Pierre en Renance(?), but you may call me Jean. Bonjour Jean. Ohh Look at you. If you have any questions about anything I will be happy to assist you. Humm.. Jean, I got it, merci beaucoup! Très bien! Well… Our first special tonight is hum… Poisson du jour is a Loup de Mer Bleu « en versants(?) » serve with a Primevère de Cochon de « Plemont(?) ». That’s served on a bed de Gendarmes de « Philissan(?) » aux pains and also some of « Luminette rouge (?) » and Soufflé Petit du Fiertre(?) Dupond Grenier (?). Hum… Yum! Our soup today is a « Berlin Monsante(?) » and served with a just a dash of « Chatan Bartre(?) » and served with a melted piece of Thon «  Shabbat Trèfle (?) » As a sea food today we have a very nice “Flin de Prrorroonn(?) de Pro(s?)vence (?) » from de Gutsa(?) Mousson Valiet Besantin(?), it is served with a side of Colombon Fonton (?) de le matinnnnn !! Du Gand (?) Fermiers coulons(?)sauce !! 🤣(?) » Etc… I’m dying those imaginary French sounding food almostmakes me hungry

  15. Matches Malone says:

    Should have just gone for continental breakfast

  16. Josh Sienkiewicz says:

    Nice meeting you have a lovely by 😂🤣😂🤣😂

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  18. LyricalGenes says:

    *Where do they come up with this?* 😁

  19. trevonm2000 says:

    I cry tears of joy and laughter everytime I watch key and peele

  20. Jzone Ozone says:

    I would like a cup of water please

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