Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie—a.k.a. Flight of the Conchords—are "New Zealand's 4th Most Popular Folk Parody Duo." Now, they have moved to New York City to conquer America, one fan (literally) at a time in this musical-comedy series. Follow all of their Gotham adventures through two riotous, song-filled seasons, plus their hilarious One Night Stand appearance, available for download now. Flight of the Conchords service mark and trademarks are used by Home Box Office, Inc. under license. Flight of the Conchords, The Complete Collection Wiki
1 - Season 1, Episode 1: Sally
Transplanted New Zealanders Bret and Jemaine--a.k.a. Flight of the Conchords--search for romance and gigs in New York City. At a bohemian party, Jemaine falls for Sally (who used to date Bret), but Bret spoils the moment back at their apartment. Meanwhile, their manager Murray shares his two-pronged plan for the band that includes making a music video, and Bret deals with the advances of Mel--the band's lone obsessed fan.
2 - Season 1, Episode 2: Bret Gives Up the Dream
Desperate for cash, and with their band-fund box nearly empty, Bret and Jemaine decide to get jobs. Only Bret is successful--he gets a job holding up signs during the day, a problem since Jemaine refuses to practice at night. With his sign-holding skills being rewarded, and with a cute protege named Coco hanging on his every move, Bret finds he has less and less time to devote to the band. When Murray books the Conchords at a daytime trade show, Bret can't get off work, so Jemaine is forced to play the gig with a replacement member: a tape recording of Bret. The new configuration isn't a total disaster, and it does solve the band-uniform issue (since there's only one band member), but ends up fizzling when the tape breaks and Bret won't make a new one. Jemaine and Murray end up auditioning a group of Bret wanna-bes before turning to the genuine article with a compromise that might bring Bret back on board.
3 - Season 1, Episode 3: Mugged
Bret loses Jemaine's trust after leaving his mate to die in the street at the hands of a 'gang' of two. After Jemaine and John (one of the muggers) are jailed, Jemaine can't forgive Bret until he risks his life (sort of) to retrieve his pal's camera phone (a phone with a camera taped to it) that was stolen in the earlier robbery.
4 - Season 1, Episode 4: Yoko
Murray is perturbed when Bret cancels a band tour of building rotundas to be with his girlfriend Coco. Things get worse when Jemaine follows suit, choosing to be an active participant (or third wheel, depending on your POV) on Bret and Coco's dates. All goes well for a while--Jemaine even offers constructive revisions to Bret's two-hour love song to Coco--but eventually Bret asks his mate to leave him alone, at least during his dates. Jemaine's subsequent dismay, coupled with the betrayal felt by the band's lone fan, Mel (who has a crush on Bret), threatens the band's future. When Coco sits in on a band meeting (bringing sandwiches and a cool Conchords poster), Jemaine accuses her of being Yoko-esque, prompting Bret's angry departure. Ultimately, recognizing his partner is indispensable, Jemaine tracks down Bret to ask him back in the band--under one condition.
5 - Season 1, Episode 5: Sally Returns
With Bret preoccupied with Coco, a lonely Jemaine visits the laundromat--and runs into Sally, the 'most beautiful girl in the room,' who dumped him (and Bret) earlier this year. Envisioning a new life with Sally--including making 'Business Time' with her every Wednesday night--Jemaine's dreams take a detour when he learns she won't spend time with him until he gets his own place. After attending a band meeting in which Murray reveals he's used their retirement fund to invest in 'real estate,' Jemaine moves into a 'studio compartment' in a fancy doorman building, and plans a space-warming party. Unfortunately, the date of his bash conflicts with Sally's birthday, and Bret, who reveals he's still in love with Sally, forsakes Jemaine's party in favor of Sally's, where he trumps Jemaine with a special hand-crafted gift. As Jemaine cuts short his festivities to head over to Sally's party, both suitors are in for the shock of their lives (well, maybe just a shock).
6 - Season 1, Episode 6: Bowie
Upset when Murray says he's too small during a band photo shoot, Bret decides that Jemaine can help him get over his funk. That night, a 1972-era David Bowie advises Bret to wear an eye patch. The plan backfires when Bret has depth-perception problems. Meanwhile, Murray pushes the band to let an audio-greeting-card company use their robot song.
7 - Season 1, Episode 7: Drive By
Dissed by a rude fruit vendor, Bret and Jemaine concoct an animated music video in retaliation. But as slights against the boys continue, Bret and Jemaine find themselves in the middle of a race war with anti-Kiwi mutha 'uckas. Meanwhile, Murray falls for a leggy blonde tech-support woman at his office, and asks the Conchords to help him write her a love song.
8 - Season 1, Episode 8: Girlfriends
Bret and Jemaine pick up two women at a croissant shop--but end up with very different dating experiences. Meanwhile, Murray makes an album deal for the band.
9 - Season 1, Episode 9: What Goes On Tour
Using the band's 'emergency fund,' Murray organizes a warm-up tour in preparation for a big gig in Central Park. At an airport bar, the boys get hooked by some 'mermaids' from a women's water-polo team--nearly ruining the tour and their relationship with Murray.
10 - Season 1, Episode 10: New Fans
The Conchords triple their fan base after playing a local world music jam, but Mel is suspicious of the two new fans' motives.
11 - Season 1, Episode 11: The Actor
Bret and Jemaine enlist a semi-professional actor to cheer up Murray after a disappointing gig. Asked to place a good-hearted rejection call, the actor ends up getting carried away, offering Murray and the Conchords a recording deal that's too good to be true.
12 - Season 1, Episode 12: The Third Conchord
Season One Finale. Murray foists a new bongo-playing band member on Bret and Jemaine, triggering angry dances and mutant half-bands.
13 - Season 2, Episode 1: A Good Opportunity
Season Two premiere. After rejecting Murray for spending too much time with another band, Bret and Jemaine find success managing themselves and land a deal to record an ad jingle; Dave shares his 'double-down' deal strategy.
14 - Season 2, Episode 2: The New Cup
Bret and Jemaine's fortunes unravel after Bret buys a new tea cup. With emergency band funds unavailable, Jemaine takes desperate measures in hopes of supplementing their income.
15 - Season 2, Episode 3: The Tough Brets
Bret organizes a gang to protect himself from rappers he dissed in a song; Murray and Jemaine get their feelings hurt by Aussie counterparts; Mel paints a portrait Jemaine can't get rid of.
16 - Season 2, Episode 4: Murray Takes It to the Next Level
Murray tries to elevate Bret and Jemaine on his friendship graph, bringing his questioning pal Jim in on the plan; Mel demands an apology from Bret for inappropriate dream behavior.
17 - Season 2, Episode 5: Unnatural Love
Jemaine starts dating an Australian, to Bret's dismay and inconvenience.
18 - Season 2, Episode 6: Love Is the Weapon of Choice
Bret and Jemaine both fall for a woman whose missing dog has epilepsy, triggering a duel, a canine benefit, and a couple of new tunes.
19 - Season 2, Episode 7: Prime Minister
Foiled by the White House, Murray arranges a presidential meeting for the visiting Prime Minister of New Zealand; a tribute gig ends with Jemaine getting mixed up with an Art Garfunkel fanatic.
20 - Season 2, Episode 8: Newzealandtown
Trying to look cool for a gig at the Grand Opening of New York's one-block New Zealand enclave, the Conchords end up getting hooked on hair gel.
21 - Season 2, Episode 9: Wingmen
Bret enlists Jemaine and Dave to help him try to land a girlfriend; Murray regrets making Greg his scapegoat.
22 - Season 2, Episode 10: Evicted
Season Two finale. Unable to pay off their back rent, Bret and Jemaine move in with Mel and Doug; Murray looks to cash in on a stage play about the Conchords' travails.
23 - One Night Stand 59: Flight of the Conchords
A quirky performance by New Zealand folk-parody duo Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie, who won the Bass Ale Award for Best Alternative Act at the 2005 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival and who have become comedy stars with their HBO comedy series.
|1||Season 1, Episode 1: Sally||27:39||USD 0.99||Download|
|2||Season 1, Episode 2: Bret Gives Up the D||27:41||USD 0.99||Download|
|3||Season 1, Episode 3: Mugged||27:17||USD 0.99||Download|
|4||Season 1, Episode 4: Yoko||25:18||USD 0.99||Download|
|5||Season 1, Episode 5: Sally Returns||27:28||USD 0.99||Download|
|6||Season 1, Episode 6: Bowie||27:18||USD 0.99||Download|
|7||Season 1, Episode 7: Drive By||25:46||USD 0.99||Download|
|8||Season 1, Episode 8: Girlfriends||28:04||USD 0.99||Download|
|9||Season 1, Episode 9: What Goes On Tour||25:21||USD 0.99||Download|
|10||Season 1, Episode 10: New Fans||26:35||USD 0.99||Download|
|11||Season 1, Episode 11: The Actor||28:25||USD 0.99||Download|
|12||Season 1, Episode 12: The Third Conchord||27:05||USD 0.99||Download|
|13||Season 2, Episode 1: A Good Opportunity||26:22||USD 0.99||Download|
|14||Season 2, Episode 2: The New Cup||26:55||USD 0.99||Download|
|15||Season 2, Episode 3: The Tough Brets||27:36||USD 0.99||Download|
|16||Season 2, Episode 4: Murray Takes It to||27:24||USD 0.99||Download|
|17||Season 2, Episode 5: Unnatural Love||26:06||USD 0.99||Download|
|18||Season 2, Episode 6: Love Is the Weapon||27:17||USD 0.99||Download|
|19||Season 2, Episode 7: Prime Minister||27:52||USD 0.99||Download|
|20||Season 2, Episode 8: Newzealandtown||24:59||USD 0.99||Download|
|21||Season 2, Episode 9: Wingmen||26:56||USD 0.99||Download|
|22||Season 2, Episode 10: Evicted||27:46||USD 0.99||Download|
|23||One Night Stand 59: Flight of the Concho||29:52||Season Only||Download|
season 1 is off-the-mark perfect, but season 2 is WELL worth your time and money, too-- who can make musical comedy work? but they do it over and over. "wait, when do you dance?" "well, when i'm angry"...see it if only for the hysterical 'footloose' ode/mimicry.