Flight Of The Conchords - Complete HBO Second Season [DVD] 
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All ten episodes from the second season of the HBO comedy series following the trials and tribulations of a two man digi-folk band from New Zealand as they try to make a name for themselves in New York City. In this series, Bret and Jermaine decide to sack their inept manager and attempt to go it alone on their journey to stardom. Episodes are: 'A Good Opportunity', 'A New Cup', 'Tough Brets', 'Murray Takes It to the Next Level', 'Unnatural Love', 'Love Is a Weapon of Choice', 'Prime Minister', 'NewZealandTown', 'Wingmen' and 'Evicted'.
Following on from the quite exceptional debut season, Flight Of The Conchords’ sophomore run thankfully manages to recapture the comedy genius that put the show on the map in the first place. And, bluntly, it’s often painfully funny.
If you’re new to the show, it basically follows two folk singers from New Zealand, who are trying to make it big in New York City. Naturally, in Flight Of The Conchords, things don’t quite go to plan, and it becomes clear that America might not be ready for the pair’s musical creations.
Powered by Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement in the lead roles, but backed by a particularly good supporting cast (including the wonderful Rhys Darby as their part-time manager), Flight Of The Conchords’ second season throws up some real classics. We get Bret starting up a gang, Jemaine’s realisation that he’s slept with someone from Australia, and, of course, the visit of the New Zealand Prime Minister. There are ten episodes in total, and while not every one of them hits the heights of the series at its peak, this is still a comedy goldmine.
Easily one of the freshest and most original comedy shows currently running, Flight Of The Conchords really is something of a treat, and if anything, season two exceeds the standards set by its forerunner. Roll on season three. Please. --Jon FosterSee all Product description
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This TV series is hilarious, farcical and surreal. This is definitely worth adding to the collection as I've never seen it running as repeats on tv.
It's a DVD but the image quality through my Xbox One S is spot on. The upscaling is a lot better than my dedicated blu ray player.
The 2nd season is still funny, but you can tell that more money has been thrown at it - production values for the "music videos" for instance are much higher, and sadly this detracts from the low-budget charm and hilarity of Season 1. So, a little disappointing, but if you already like FotC, there's no reason you wouldn't like this.
Jermaine is as funny as ever, and Bret is as lovable as ever. The second season is perhaps better than the first, with some hilarious gags and introduction of the new zealand 'prime minister', who is a great addition.
I highly recommend this, it's must watch comedy.
'theres more bags than people, yes, this is a new low'-murray
I think the second series is a genuinely strong piece of work, full of quirky details, jokes layered and fired at you so quickly you can still discover new elements if you watch them over and over again.
Obviously Jemaine and Brett are funnier than ever and seem to be in their element.
Murray's character has been developped so much more than in the first series, he is the thread that holds the whole thing. He is the saddest wannabee cool guy but portrayed in the best possible way !
Mel has been developped to become even more obsessed with them.
Some songs are funnier than others "too many d~*ks on the dancefloor" is my favourite. In fact the episode in which this song appears is directed by Michel Gondry. He's done a really good job at it.
Thumbs up, I particularly like the extras at the end ! Lots of deleted scenes, interviews....
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