Well, hey there, Brett and Jemaine! It's been awhile since we've seen the two of you together and I must say that you're both looking as dashing as ever. And what's that? You're sitting around with adorable little kids and asking them to help you write a song to help benefit ill children? You know, I knew there was…
FOTC's Bret McKenzie contributed to the Muppet movie soundtrack and such, he's been going on a recent press tour. He had this to say about FOTC's future: "We're gonna try and do a movie. We just need a story." [Collider]
Welcome to fashion week, easy dichotomy edition. Let me lay this on you: You're probably either a scarf person or you're not. DKNY's spring collection is definitely for that first category of woman.
On last night's episode, Bret went on a date, and told the girl he was "freaky," and then listed all the things he'd do with her, sexually. Girls everywhere swoon.
In a bid to become successful by looking cool, Bret and Jemaine experimented with hair gel, which led to them singing a song about fashion.
On last night's FOTC, Bret and Jemaine got a gig impersonating Simon & Garfunkel. One Garfunkel-obsessed fan asked Jemaine out, and forced him to have sex with his costume still on. She called it "Garfunkeling."
Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clemet will appear in the NY Times Magazine this Sunday, telling interviewer Deborah Solomon what it's like living in New York, and what they think of Obama's stimulus package.
Famed music video director turned Academy Award-winning screenwriter Michel Gondry took the helm of last night's episode of FOTC, and his flair for mise-en-scène was evident in this song about Jemaine's ex-girlfriends.
On last night's episode of FOTC, Bret publicly dissed every rapper he could think of while playing a gig at a library. It wasn't until later that he took their feelings into account.
On last night's episode, Jemaine decided to become a prostitute after the band had to sell their instruments when they ran into financial peril due to the purchase of a $2.79 cup.
Last night, Bret and Jemaine returned for a new season with a new gig... writing a jingle for an all natural and organic toothpaste for women.
Flight of the Conchords returns tonight, giving us another season of hilarious, awkward, and brilliant musical comedy. And though we all love Bret and Jemaine, perhaps crazy FOTC fan Mel deserves a little love, too.
So the digital short that's getting the most attention from last night's SNL is Andy Samberg's "J**z In My Pants," a Pet Shop Boys-esque video that's all about, well, getting a bit too excited in one's pants. While the video has a silly quality to it, it's certainly no classic, a la "Dick in a Box." It is fun,…