Okay, band meeting. What do you mean no? No, I was just joking. You're obviously here so I'm putting you down - Yeah, get on.
F light of Conchords could have been created with in mind — two lo-fi and confused Kiwi musos, grappling with relationships and genteel poverty while trying to hustle their music career in a skanky corner of New York. Its depiction of useless bands is so spot-on that the Guide is delighted to report the real-life duo are uncannily similar to their on-screen characters, mumbling through interviews in a downbeat Kiwi drawl. Bret "When the show was on air we could walk down the street and absolutely no one would come up to us, apart from in Wellington where we're on the news every day. Six months later people would come up and say, 'Hi' all the time, just down to the net stuff. But because we use our real names in the show people will yell out, 'Hey Bret! And then when they come up to you, most of the time people do the roll call — 'Bret?
Two young men from New Zealand are playing acoustic guitars and rapping in front of a live audience. This is supposed to be funny in itself, and indeed, the audience is appreciative. Encouraged, the two men begin to improvise, instigating a playful call-and-response with the audience. And all at once a primal squeal erupts from the audience, a roar of pure, concentrated female human lust.