The radio series was popular, and in 2006 they were awarded the bronze Sony Radio Academy award for comedy. The Rhymenocerus' the lyrics are bottomless. . Especially towards people like you. Bret: What do you mean, people like us? Murray: Well it came from the - oh.
You've derailed this meeting with another obscure comment. The band is made up of Bret McKenzie on guitar and vocals, and Jemaine Clement on guitar and vocals. Jemaine: What about black people? Jemaine: But you're our bist frind. Doch so einfach ist es nicht — tatsächlich haben die beiden nur einen wirklichen Fan, Mel Kristen Schaal , die zunehmend besessen von den beiden Möchtegern-Superstars ist. With songs like Business Time, Robots, Beautiful Girl, Bowie, Leggy Blonde and many more this show will make you cry tears of joy. 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. Bret: Yeah, see, the egg.
Jemaine: Is that the norm? Flight of the Conchords follows the trials and tribulations of a two man, digi-folk band from New Zealand as they try to make a name for themselves in their adopted home of New York City. 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. Neither do the Chinese, the Asians, Polish, Russian, Croatians, even the Indians. Dave: You know, the English and what not, red coats, the oppressors. Jemaine: Well, you know, what came first the chicken or the egg? Murray: Well, that's irrelevant, isn't it? Dave They don't like you either.
Dave: Be that as it may Jemaine, you're pretty much the most disliked race in this whole country. The series then expands upon the jokes within that special. Bret and Jemaine have moved to New York in the hope of forging a successful music career. Murray: What does he mean, chicken? » Words truly can't express the way I feel about Flight of the Conchords. Bret: Yeah, but Dave, you're Indian. Dave: Well, you guys are in America now, and there's a lot of prejudism here.
Bret: Well, then where'd the chicken come from? You can find clips on youtube, they sit on stools with guitars. . . . . .
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