What's more uncomfortable than voicing an unpopular opinion, knowing it might be met with criticism from your friends?
Umm... how about getting needlessy ostracized just for having one at all?
Comedy Central's Key & Peele, starring Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele, is diving into that problem in its fifth and final season.
Key's character points out that he's probably in the minority, but he just doesn't like Christopher Nolan's Batman movies.
"Okayyyyy..." responds Peele's character, laughing aside to his friends.
Things aren't awkward until Peele responds to everything with "awkwardddd..." and "anywayyyy..." We all know these kinds of people, right?
Well, it's turns out there's a reason he acts the way he does. Watch the hilarious video above to find out what happens!
Key & Peele airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on Comedy Central.
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