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    Flight of the Conchords 1x07: best so far

    I started watching this series since I saw it top-listed in Time magazine, but none so far has been as good as #7, "Drive by", where Brett and Jemaine learn to flip the bird from their best friend Dave, who hates them sometimes because he's a racist...
    But the devil's in the details, and here's one:
    Murray's Vic-20s, which is substituted by a rather obsolete PC, and his reaction:
    Can you imagine? 25 years and it's already obsolete

    Or Brett saying to the fruit seller:
    We are not second-hand citizens!

    Plus Jemaine's speech:
    I'm a person. Brett's a person. You are a person. That person over there is a person

    And: Murray singing to the tune of office equipment. And the bird-flippin' in front of the Australian Embassy. Really. Great.

    2008-01-11 20:52 | 1 Comment(s) | Filed in

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