By Ray Rahman
Updated September 25, 2014 at 04:01 PM EDT
Comedy Central

Triumph the Insult Comic Dog. Franklin Delano Bluth. And now: Little Homie.

In next week’s episode of Key and Peele, Jordan and Keegan-Michael introduce a new member of TV’s bad-puppet pantheon. The dreadlocked Little Homie brings it all: drugs, guns, and some serious peer pressure, all of which presents trouble for the paroled Clive “Double Down” Ruggins (played by Key).

Take a look at the clip below.

If you’re wondering why Peele looks so comfortable with that puppet, it’s all explained in this week’s Entertainment Weekly, where he tells EW all about his first collegiate passion: puppetry. In fact, it was his major.

For more, check out Key and Peele’s guest-edited issue of Entertainment Weekly, on newsstands Friday.