I've seen the Key and Peele's sketch named 'Continental breakfast' a dozen times to say the least. It seems to me that they're focusing on how a man's fantasies can be over-enthusiastic at times. But I can't get a full interpretation of the sketch! But yet it's tantalising, as I can at least get the feel that something completely unorthodox is taking place (like most other K&P sketches!)
I've read some pages where people have commented that it's connected with the movie 'The Shining'. Now, it's embarrassing, but I actually haven't seen the movie. And hence am unable to perceive the theory.
Can someone give a short, self-explanatory jist so that I can understand what's happening?