Nobody writes love songs about real relationships, and actually the effort to spend time together is kind of the sweetest thing.
decides to let him back in the band anyway, Coco starts to say she’d be fine with breaking up. She’s supportive even to the extent of giving up the relationship to protect their band.
Flight of the Conchords--search for romance and gigs in New York City.
Looks like the United States' most popular show about New Zealand's fourth most popular folk-parody duo is cashing in on some of the comedic capital earned by its hilarious first-season run, pulling in some pretty funny guest stars to appear throughout the show's second season. 8, Flight of the Conchords' Bret Mc Kenzie and Jemaine Clement will be joined by Jim Gaffigan (playing a pal dragged into one of the guys' doofy squabbles), and on Feb.22, Saturday Night Live's Kristen Wiig will trade in her baby hands for an epileptic dog (playing a gal dragged into one of the guys' doofy squabbles).When Murray books them a show, Bret can't get off work, so Jemaine is forced to play with a replacement: a recording of Bret.8 July 2007Murray is perturbed when Bret cancels a band tour to be with his girlfriend Coco.Alas, Coco would only appear on one more episode, but Bret’s commitment to principle, oblivious to the reality, is endearing.
17 June 2007Transplanted New Zealanders Bret and Jemaine--a.k.a.
In Season Two of the HBO comedy series, troubadours Bret and Jemaine resort to a variety of tactics to jump-start their lives and career including: turning to prostitution to pay the bills; starting a gang; and falling for the same girl (again). After rejecting Murray for spending too much time with another band, Bret and Jemaine find success managing themselves and land a deal to record an ad jingle; Dave shares his 'double-down' deal strategy.
All the cool kids want to be on "Flight of the Conchords," the HBO comedy that just returned for its second season (my review is here).
26 August 2007Bret and Jemaine enlist a semi-pro actor to cheer up Murray after a disappointing gig.
Asked to place a good-hearted rejection call, the actor gets carried away, offering Murray and the Conchords a recording deal that's too good to be true. After rejecting Murray for spending too much time with another band, Bret and Jemaine find success managing themselves and land a deal to record an ad jingle; Dave shares his 'double-down' deal strategy.
1 February 2009Bret organizes a gang to protect himself from rappers he dissed in a song; Murray and Jemaine get their feelings hurt by Aussie counterparts; Mel paints a portrait Jemaine can't get rid of.