The Most Awkward Run-In You Can Have With an Old Acquaintance – Key & Peele
Lee! Lee! Oh, [bleep]! Oh, Lee, I’m sorry,
buddy. I can’t believe it. Thank you so much
for coming. I haven’t seen you
in years. Oh… Yeah. Oh! Yeah, hey. Stuart! – Yes!
– Man. Oh, I haven’t seen you since– – Eighth grade.
– Eighth grade. – Miss Lacy’s class?
– Yeah…I know, I know. Miss Lacy’s Class!
Ha ha! Oh, you brought me
flowers? Mm-hmm. That’s awesome.
That’s awesome. I bought these at a store
for you. You didn’t have
to bring me flowers, man. Here you go. Crazy the way
I went out like that, huh? – Yeah.
– What was that? – What?
I was like, when I heard, I was like, “What the [bleep]?” Oh, well of course, I mean–
[bleep] Boulder? Who’d have thought! Boulder. Right.
I mean it’s like, who gets killed
by a boulder these days? Well, I mean–I mean,
not me. I mean, you remember, I was
in Boulder, Colorado. I was hiking, and then
I fell off that mountain. Remember? You remember, right?
Boulder, Colorado. – Yeah!
– I was hiking, and then I– – No, I-I know!
– I was dehydrated, then they
couldn’t find me. No, I was saying,
like, if you think about it, Boulder killed you. Well, not really Boulder. I wouldn’t say the city,
per se. It was the–it was the cougar
that got me. And then that’s what everyone
was talking about. I mean, God, I was out there
for like, three weeks. – Yeah.
– Jeez. But that’s neither here
nor there. So, hey, did you get that LinkedIn invitation
I sent you before I died? I–you know, um, I mean, I don’t– when I see LinkedIn, I just delete it
without even checking, – because I’ve just got…
– No, no, I got you. – so much…on my plate.
– Totally, yeah, yeah. – I get it, I get it.
– So… Hey, so w-what
did you want to say to me? – Um, what do you mean?
– You know, that’s why people come
to graveyards, right? Is so you can say
the stuff – that you wish you had said…
– Right, right– when someone was alive,
right? Oh, my God.
There’s so much stuff. Okay, where do I start? – Um…
– Take your time, man. You can lay a couple on me today
and then come back. Yeah, I mean–yeah,
I can get it done here. ‘Cause that’s the whole reason
I came down here, you know. – Sure. Yeah, yeah. Plus my grandfather’s
like two rows down there. – Oh.
– I was gonna come to you, say some things to you, go to him,
and sort of finish up… – Oh…
– there. But you were coming
to see me too? Totally, totally, totally. Well, fire away, man. You’re the only good friend
I have who’s come to visit. Yeah. Really? Yeah. Uh-huh. I just wanted to, uh,
say that, oh, if you see my grandfather, maybe you could
just tell him that– Okay, so you didn’t
come here to visit me. You came here
to see your grandfather. I get it. Well, what do you mean?
What are you talking about? Oh–pffft!
[bleep], please. I’m here to see you. – Why–
– Right. Okay. It’s cool.
You know what, I’m just gonna, you know,
go back to the afterlife. I’m sorry.
I’m behind hostile. It’s just a little
embarrassed right now, – a little taken off guard.
– I’m just gonna… No, go ahead, take them.
Get them. – Yeah.
– Go ahead, get them, Get them. [mumbling] Oh, uh,
just a heads up, though, Lee. Um, I’m probably gonna haunt you
for the rest of your life, and if you have a daughter, I’m gonna
possess the creepiest doll – in her bedroom.
– No. – Just so you know.
– No, no, no, no, no, wait, wait, wait.
Stevie, Stevie, Stevie. Stuart!