Obama's Anger Translator Luther at WHCD
The recurring "Key & Peele" sketch featuring President Barack Obama's fictional anger translator, Luther, made a leap into the real world this weekend, as Keegan-Michael Key cameoed as the character during the president's remarks at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner.

The brilliant bit came during the end of Obama's speech before the crowd, which included journalists, politicians, and celebrities such as Bradley Cooper and "Orange Is the New Black" star Laverne Cox. As the president talked about his even-keeled approach to dealing with the press, he invited Luther (Key) onstage to tell the media how he really felt about current events such as the recent Ebola outbreak and the Republican presidential candidates.

Key-as-Luther huffed and puffed behind the president's podium, screaming out exasperated one-liners about California's drought ("It looks like a trailer for the new 'Mad Max' movie up in there") and Hillary Clinton's "Game of Thrones"-esque aspirations of winning the 2016 election ("Khaleesi is coming to Westeros!"). Luther and Obama ended the bit with a role-reversal, with the president going on a rant about climate change, and Luther having to calm down the commander in chief.

"All due respect, sir -- you don't need an anger translator," Luther told the president. "You need therapy."Barack Obama Addresses White House Correspondents DinnerPhoto credit: Getty Images