Monday, February 2, 2009

Flight of the Conchords' Murray Has 'Hurt Feelings'

A brilliant piece from the most recent Flight of the Conchords episode. After being mocked by the Australian consulate officers, Murray, the New Zealand consulate officer turned band manager, sings of his 'hurt feelings.'
I give this episode a thumbs up. Methinks episode six of season one entitled "Bowie" has now been demoted. The secondary characters come alive in this new episode as they take their individual oddities to new heights.


And here is Bret and Jemaine's rap version of "Hurt Feelings."






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10 comments:

tina said...

i can't wait to see the new season. it won't be out for a few months, i guess. so, till then, there's youtube. thx for this.

Dori said...

Bret and Jemaine: What a couple!
They define what it means to be cool and odd at the same time!

Anonymous said...

This has got to be the funniest thing on HBO. And so gendered, too!

jj said...

Classic!

Anonymous said...

heaven help them from mel!

will said...

"The day after my birthday is not my birthday, Mum!"
Too funny! Jemaine gets my vote.

B.R. said...

I approve of the Flight of the Conchords. They reflect much of the kind of reality I get naturally. Plus, they are uber-talented and deserve all the attention they are receiving.My best-rated episodes would have to be episode Six of Season One and Episode Three of the new Season Two. Great sense of timing.

Tina said...

"Yeah, that's it. I'm the gang now. I'm the tough Brets!"
Murray, my hero!

Anonymous said...

The new season is looking solid! thks for this as i don't have HBO yet.

Jenny said...

OMG, Bri!
This is crazy good!!

"I'm not gonna wear a lady's wet suit, I'm a man!
Give me a small man's wet suit, please!"