Super Bowl 50 is Sunday, and you know what that means: Every major brand on the planet (and, one hopes, Loctite) is lining up to trot out their blockbuster advertisements so we’ll all talk about them on Monday morning. Also there’s a football game, I guess.

We don’t yet know which company will claim the best Super Bowl commerical slots, but Squarespace is already making a strong case. They’re not just airing commericals: They’re broadcasting live commentary of the game from comedy greats Key & Peele.

Yes, this Sunday, you will be able to hit mute on the football and watch along as Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele — as characters Lee and Morris (whose hair puts the Weeknd to shame) — deliver their own brand of enthusiastic and slightly off observations to one of the biggest TV broadcasts ever. If you’re one of those people who need a reason other than lots of beer to watch the game every year, I think I just gave you one.

Now, let’s all cross our fingers and hope they do live Oscars commentary in character as the valets.