An improvisatory, essentially indefensible, randomly configured tragi-comedy
(no great revelations are likely to be accrued from its consumption)
Not sure if it's just me, but the second series of 'Flight of the Conchords' does seem a bit more inconsistently good than the first one. Seem to remember finding last week's one (where they both fell in love with the same girl) a bit flat, but this week's was, for me, an improvement. The songs are still top notch, though, and this from someone who normally doesn't like musical comedy acts...suppose the fact that it's a half hour show with, at most, about 3 short songs makes it more palatable.
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