Obama's inner Al Sharpton

As Obama, played by Peele, addresses the nation with characteristic no-drama cool, Key’s Luther interjects his unsweetened, R-rated version of barber-shop-populist rage that the president is really thinking.

“On the domestic front,” Peele’s Obama calmly states, “I just want to say to my critics, I hear your voices and I share your concerns.”

To which Key’s Luther hops up and down and shouts into the camera. “So, maybe you just chill the hell out for just a second? Then maybe I could focus on some (expletive), y’know?”

If that sounds at least in tone, minus the expletives, like the fiery Sharpton of his bullhorn-wielding days in the 1980s, you know where I’m headed.