A couple of years ago, Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie moved to New York City to capitalize on their popularity as New Zealand’s “4th Most Popular Folk Parody Duo.” Unfortunately, despite living as Big Apple bohemians for over a year, they remain as hopelessly out of place in Manhattan as a kiwi in a pigeon nest. Will Bret and Jemaine ever find excitement, romance, and the elusive paying music gig?
* Flight of the Conchords: On-Air Documentary Feature
* New Zealand Consulate Meetings with Murray and Greg
I can't wait until the release of Flight of the Conchords Series Two on DVD. I loved watching the show on T.V, and it will be great to share those laughs with others when you sit down and watch the DVD. Make sure you watch out for some of their up and coming songs that were featured in Season 2, including Sugalumps and Hurt Feelings
Season two of Flight of the Conchords is bigger and better, in terms of set and location. The episodes are certainly more inventive and audacious and still have that same wit we saw in season one. The music, however, lacks that certain 'je ne sais quoi' that the duo provided in their folk-y debut album (which featured in season one). Having said that, I still thoroughly enjoyed watching the adventures and twists Bret and Jemaine were faced with in the (not so) scary world of New York.
The first season of Flight of the Conchords was a surprise hit. It featured a folk band and their fictional lives in New York City, trying to achieve success.
Their mundane lives, Deadpan sense of humour and absurd song writing proved hilarious viewing.
The first season ended with Bret and Jermaine's manager, Murrary, taking on a second band who achieve massive success with a really bad and irritating song entitled 'Doggy Bounce'. It seems Bret, Jermaine and their band will be left behind as Murray finds fame and riches without them.
The second season begins with the pair visiting Murray for a band meeting in his extravagant new office. It soon becomes hilariously evident that 'The Doggy Bounce' is worryingly similar to a song that was released over a decade earlier. This brings Murray's career as a band manager crashing back down to square one, and sets up the beginning of what turns out to be another superb season of Flight of the Conchords.
Another excellent batch of music and comedy from Jemaine and Bret. These two are gems. New Zealand should be proud of them, even tho they poke gentle fun - the Prime Minister is hilarious! A great few hours of chuckles!
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