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Flight Of The Conchords - Complete HBO First and Second Season [DVD] 
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All 22 episodes from seasons 1 and 2 of the acclaimed 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. Episodes are: 'Sally', 'Bret Gives Up the Dream', 'Mugged', 'Yoko', 'Sally Returns', 'Bowie', 'Drive By', 'Girlfriends', 'What Goes On Tour?', 'New Fans', 'The Actor', 'The Third Conchord', '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'.
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Folk-pop group Flight of the Conchords is Jermaine Clement and Bret McKenzie (played by themselves), who came all the way from New Zealand to New York. They are being managed by the ineffectual New Zealand Consulate official Murray (Rhys Darby), and they have exactly one fan/stalker, Mel (Kristen Schaal). They don't have many gigs, and even fewer successful ones.
As they chase elusive fame'n'fortune, the guys have to deal with girlfriend woes (dating the same girl, a "Yoko", a girl who just wants to use Bret for sex), financial difficulties (Bret bought a cup!), jobs, muggings, anti-Kiwi racism, a problematic rock'n'roll tour, two new fans with impure intentions, a semi-professional actor/compulsive liar who makes Murray think they've got a multimillion-dollar deal, the Crazy Doggz, Australians, epileptic terriers, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, hair gel, and a stage musical based on their misadventures.
If I had to come up with a description for "Flight of the Conchords," it would be that they're the folky New Zealand love child of Spinal Tap and "The Office." No laugh track, rambling dialogue, and the main characters tend to spontaneously break into song-and-dance at pivotal parts of the plot. And it's brilliant.Read more ›
Jemaine and Bret are The Flight of the Conchords, a couple of former shepherds who've left their quiet, distant homeland and hope for a life of `hot women' and music success in big bad New York. At the same time they don't seek the high octane thrills of the rock-and-roll lifestyle; they prefer watching videos from home, drinking tea and sleeping. Jemaine, despite his inexplicably handsome features, is routinely unsuccessful in finding a non-weird mate, while Bret (who at times resembles the late Kenny Everett) is often the tender prey of some callous female.
Nice-guy Murray, the Deputy Cultural Attaché at the New Zealand Consulate, has taken the Conchords under his wing. He's a hapless bloke who wants to be a band manager and the two lads naïvely trust him to help them make it on the NY music scene. Besides struggling to find gigs in places other than hotel lobbies, libraries and elevators, they have to contend with their only fan, the creepy, obsessive Mel, played superbly by Kristen Schaal. They often turn to pawn shop proprietor Dave for advice on women, though his pearls of wisdom fail to hide his own lack of knowledge on the subject.
Underpinning the main storyline is a highly amusing sub-plot about New Z'rs being regarded as the poor and scarcely known relations of their arch-rivals, the Australians, and the two groups often engage in gentle but hilarious social battles. In each episode the lads wander in their imaginations into performances which parody just about every musical style of the last 60 years, with lyrics that would give Wm McGonagle a run for his money.Read more ›
Secondly, the DVD quality is very good, including the case.
Thirdly, the series is great! very funny and enjoying to watch! great entertainment value. I have friends that come over to watch it with me!
Then there are the songs. Pant-wetting odes to robots, David Bowie and 'sugalumps'. The albums (available from the über-cool Sub Pop label) would be enough in themselves, but the story arcs, ensemble performances and dance routines make this one of the greatest comedies ever. EVER!
Do yourself a favour, buy it.
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A hilarious show with plenty of songs that you cant stop listening to!Published 7 months ago by Anton K.
I LOVE these guys. Have watched the set more than a dozen times already :) my 6 year old has been brought on the songs and really likes Bret and JemainePublished 8 months ago by zb