Flight of the Conchords: Live in London (2018)
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Flight of the Conchords' first and all-too-brief HBO special gets a lot of YouTube play in the house, and I've always been of the opinion that New Zealand's 4th most popular folk parody duo works best live. Dry, awkward humor comes alive so much better when there's an audience to play to. Their newest show, Flight of the Conchords: Live in London, is a pleasant mix of old favorites and new material, and the new songs have an epic, show-stopping quality that makes them a joy to discover. You're not just waiting around for the tunes you know, and even when they come up, they're arranged differently. Bret and Jemaine have evolved musically over the years, and the show makes use of much more than two guitars. And for all the well-timed jokes, there's still room for improvisation and discovering bits on stage. It's about as much fun as you hope it will be; even the normally very dry Bret sometimes breaks character for a chuckle.
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