Outtakes from season 2 of Flight of the Conchords. Yes, Jemaine's laugh is pretty much the greatest thing ever.
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Jemaine and Bret were asked to write a charity song for Red Nose Day NZ 2012 in aid of CureKids - a charity that funds medical research into life-threatening childhood illnesses.
The lyrics incorporate interviews with school kids that were recorded before they wrote the track.
The song, produced by the legendary Printz Board, was recorded at Roundhead Studios in Auckland, New Zealand and features numerous New Zealand artists.
Brooke Fraser - brookefraser
Sam Scott & Luke Buda (The Phoenix Foundation)
Savage (& crew)
Young Sid - Sid Diamond
Kids of 88
Flight of the Conchords - She's so hot, Boom!
Flight of the Conchords - The Most Beautiful Girl (In The Room)
Taken from the first episode of HBO's show, Flight of the Conchords.
Flight Of The Conchords Season 2 Episode 6
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New song! Live in Columbus, OH 5/16/08
From the episode "Bowie". With closed captioning for the hearing impaired.
I understand some people find the lyrics inaccurate, claiming that Jermaine says "mate" instead of "man." I claim it doesn't really make a difference. But if it is particularly upsetting to some of you, feel free to subtitle the video yourself with the correction and upload it. I don't mind.
Issues (aka Think About It)
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New Zealand's fourth most popular pop folk parody duo perform one of the original hip hop songs.
Perhaps their greatest song to date! Yes Jemaine and Bret!
With the help of Dave, Murray forces Bret and Jemaine to visit a nightclub to experience "dancing music". Inside they discover that the club is overpopulated with men and they sing the song "Too Many Dicks On The Dance Floor".
Jemaine manages to pick up a woman at the club but when he awakes at her place the next morning, he discovers that he is surrounded by Australian memorabilia. It is only then he realises that he has accidentally slept with an Australian.
Jemaine tries to sneak out but he can't unlock the door. He phones Bret for help, but the woman catches him and introduces herself as "Keitha". She asks him to stay longer, but he leaves and heads straight to the doctor for a checkup.
Later at a band meeting, Bret reveals to Murray what Jemaine has done. Bret and Murray discuss whether Jemaine should be expelled from the band for his transgression, but they allow him to stay.
Jemaine revisits Keitha to retrieve his missing wallet and over a cup of tea he interrogates her about her family to determine exactly how Australian she is. It turns out she is very Australian, but nonetheless she manages to entice him into bed again.