By Christian Holub
Updated February 09, 2016 at 01:36 PM EST
Credit: CBS

One of the highlights of Stephen Colbert’s post-Super Bowl live show was his collaboration with Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele on a new edition of their “Hingle McCringleberry” sketch, in which a fictional football player (Key) is repeatedly penalized for excessive celebrations by a grumpy referee (Peele). Colbert joined McCringleberry as fellow Portland Tigers player Kimble Mathias. Luckily, Colbert had some more McCringleberry footage left over for his Monday show.

Highlights of this go-round include Mathias and McCringleberry celebrating a touchdown by doing a “Superman” before grabbing maracas and dancing together.

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“What would you call those, mariachi sleeves?” One announcer asked.

“They seem more Caribbean, but in any event they are festive,” the other announcer replied.

McCringleberry and Mathias also painted each other, stood on shoulders in a trenchcoat Little Rascals-style, and gave a Viking funeral to a deflated football.

Watch the full clip below.

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