10/31/2013 06:32 am ET Updated Oct 31, 2013

'Key & Peele' Demonstrate How Not To Be A Zombie

With Halloween upon us, one of the more popular costumes this year will again be the ever-lurching zombie. Thanks to the meteoric success of "The Walking Dead," zombies are as popular as ever. But just dressing up like the undead isn't enough. As this "Key & Peele" sketch shows, one must know how to behave like a zombie.

David Giuntoli -- who knows a thing or two about things that go bump in the night thanks to his star turn on NBC's "Grimm" -- appeared in the sketch as the star of a long-running zombie series. Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele play zombie extras. But while Key is a veteran of the production, this is Peele's first time as an extra. He was not up to the task.

Stumbling around, shambling slowly, and groaning are all acceptable forms of zombie behavior. However, saying, "I'm gonna eat your brain!" in a high-pitched squeaky voice is a little strange. Adding the word "zombie" after only makes it worse. Asking about the bathroom is simply out of the question.

So practice how to behave like a zombie for Halloween, and tune in to "Key & Peele" every Wednesday night at 10:30 p.m. ET on Comedy Central.

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