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Flight of the Conchords (2007–2009)

TV Series   |  TV-MA   |    |  Comedy, Music, Musical

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Bret and Jemaine are Flight of the Conchords, a folk-rock band from New Zealand living in New York City in search of stardom.

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  • Jemaine Clement at an event for Flight of the Conchords (2007)
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  • Jemaine Clement at an event for Flight of the Conchords (2007)
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James Bobin, Jemaine Clement, Bret McKenzie

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15 January 2008 | h2o_ns
| Simply Brilliant.
Words truly can't express the way I feel about Flight of the Conchords. My younger brother showed me a clip of their song "Business Time" performed live and ever since I've been hooked. The show itself is truly hilarious, but what really makes it a true 10/10 is the music. With songs like Business Time, Robots, Beautiful Girl, Bowie, Leggy Blonde and many more this show will make you cry tears of joy. Not only are the duo of the band brilliant but they also have comedians Rhys Darby as their hilariously pathetic band manager Murray and Arj Barker as their friend and local pawn shop guy to teach them how things work in America.

If you simply go over to Youtube and search for Flight of the Conchords you're bound to find an ample source of entertainment but trust me, watch the series as well; it is simply brilliant.

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