Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell Reunite on the 2022 Emmys

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Kenan Thompson pulled out all of the stops Monday evening throughout his Emmys internet hosting gig. The “Saturday Night time Dwell” vet kicked off the award ceremony with a dance-filled opening monologue, however midway via the present, he shocked the viewers with yet one more shock: a reunion together with his “Kenan & Kel””Good Burger” costar Kel Mitchell.

Proper earlier than comic Jerrod Carmichael accepted the Emmy for excellent writing for a spread particular, Thompson and Mitchell performed out a fast bit at a bar setup the place the previous tapped his previous companion in crime and embraced him in a heat hug. However not earlier than the 2 turned to the viewers and mentioned, “Sequel coming at ya!” May they be hinting at their rumored “Good Burger” sequel?

Thompson beforehand teased a possible follow-up to their 1997 basic comedy throughout his Aug. 17 look on “The Tonight Present Starring Jimmy Fallon.” When requested if “Good Burger 2” was occurring, the comic advised the late-night talk-show host, “I would really like it to.” He added, “We’re working tougher on it than ever, so it is about assembly the numbers, letting them numbers match up.” Thompson even pitched a humorous plot for the sequel and mentioned, “I really feel like Kel, Ed’s character ought to have one million youngsters after which I am popping out of jail for one thing that he put me in jail for.”

After their Emmys bit, Thompson and Mitchell posted a photograph of their reunion on Instagram captioned, “My brotha!!✊🏾 #KenanAndKel #GoodBurger #Reunion #Emmys #Emmys2022.” If these two shock followers with any extra appearances collectively, it appears increasingly more doubtless {that a} “Good Burger” sequel will come to fruition.

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