Stars: Jemaine Clement,Bret McKenzie
Director: James Bobin
Bunking up in an apartment decorated with the finest furniture and artwork a garage sale can yield, Jermaine and Bret split their time between seeking venues where they can perform and awkwardly courting women they meet on the street or at parties.
Transplanted New Zealanders Bret and Jemaine - a.k.a. Flight of the Conchords - search for romance and gigs in New York City.
Bret's commitment to his new day job forces Jemaine to search for a more reliable replacement.
Bret loses Jemaine's trust by abandoning him to a gang of two, and fears the worst when Jemaine doesn't come home.
Bret's girlfriend Coco threatens the Conchords' fragile chemistry, not to mention the devotion of its one fan, Mel.
Jemaine reconnects with the girl who dumped him (and Bret), while Murray finds investment opportunities in the stars.
A body-conscious Bret gets dream advice from a rock idol. Murray, meanwhile, pitches a Conchords tune to an audio greeting-card company.
Bret and Jemaine arm themselves for a race war with a fruit vender. Murray falls for a tech-support woman at the office.
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.
Using the band's "emergency fund", Murray organises a warm-up tour in preparation of a big gig in Central Park. At an airport bar, the boys get hooked by some "mermaids" from a woman's water-polo team - nearly ruining the tour and their relationship with Murray.
Conchords triple their fan base after playing a local world music jam, but Mel is suspicious of the two new fans' motives.
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.
Murray foists a new bongo-playing band member on Bret and Jemaine, triggering angry dances and mutant half-bands.
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.
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.
Bret organises a gang to protect himself from rappers he dissed in a song. Murray and Jemaine confront a group of Aussie bullies, while Mel paints a portrait Jemaine can't get rid of.
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 behaviour.
Jemaine starts dating an Australian, to Bret's dismay and inconvenience.
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.
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.
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.
Bret enlists Jemaine and Dave to help him try to land a girlfriend, while Murray regrets making Greg his scapegoat.
Unable to pay off their back rent, Bret and Jemaine move in with Mel and Doug. Murray, on the other hand, looks to cash in on a stage play about the Conchords' travails.