In this video, comedians Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key imagine a magical musical world where black men are safe from the police.

If this is the first sketch you've ever watched by comedy duo Key & Peele, you might think they talk about race a lot. You're right. They also talk about gender, politics and porn.

Here's a few of my favorite Key and Peele sketches to give more context to their work:

We've all been there. And had a crazy substitute teacher:

Explaining the popularity of Steve Urkel:

Now, I know a lot of people are going to feel a lot of feelings watching Key & Peele's "Negrotown" sketch. I just had some feelings typing the word "Negrotown". There are so many things to feel about racism in America and the constant flood of stories in which minority populations are brutalized by the police. Personally, I feel anger, compassion and discomfort when I reflect on the ways my white privilege protects me from what my friends and neighbors have to face every day.

Sources: Comedy Central