Plan on seeing more amazing sketches, more drunk historical interpretations, and more of a talking bear. Comedy Central announced last week that is has ordered a third season of Brickleberry, a fourth season of Key and Peele, and has renewed the freshman show Drunk History for a second season. “We are covering several genres with these pickups: one sketch, one animation, and whatever Drunk History is,” said Comedy Central President of Original Programming Kent Alterman. All three shows have shown either solid ratings on television or impressive online streaming numbers. For example, Key and Peele has had more than 400 million streams on computers, cell phones, and tablets.