Have a little laugh with Fascinating Aïda, a British comedy-singing group and satirical cabaret act, singing about moving to New Zealand and the abundance of sheep and lambs.
Watch as the Flight of the Conchords attempt to sing in French, naming French breads to fruit and fumbling through conversations. And what does Foux du Fafa actually mean? Even to the French it’s unknown.
In this HBO interview, Flight of the Conchords’ Bret McKenzie talks about his ‘big break’, embarrassing outfits, and, in a bit of foreshadowing, his love for The Muppets.
Cory Jane pranks three rookie All Blacks, Beauden Barrett, Dane Coles and Francis Saili to perform in a fake Japanese Noodle advertisement called Honzai as part of Comedy for Cure Kids: Good Sports 2013 for Red Nose Day.
The Flight of the Conchords, Jermaine and Bret, were asked to write a charity song for 2012’s Red Nose Day in support of Cure Kids. The pair interviewed school children about various topics, incorporating their answers into the lyrics of …
The Topp Twins perform Baby I Think I Love You from their album, Grass Highway.
The Topp Twins perform as Camp Mother and Camp Leader in Brisbane.
The iconic Fred Dagg in 'More Fred Dagg'.
The iconic Fred Dagg in 'New Zealand'.
The Topp Twins' characters, Belle and Belle Gingham, perform for a crowd at the Gympie Festival of Country Music.
The comedy gem 'If You're Into It' from the Flight of the Conchord's fourth episode.
New Zealand’s favourite singing comedians, the Flight of the Conchords, perform ‘Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros’.
A hilarious performance from Billy T James in his classic skit, Te News.
Billy T. performs another classic skit as the Taxi Driver, this time picking up an American.
The beloved Billy T. as the Taxi Driver picking up the South African.
The iconic Fred Dagg in 'We Don't Know How Lucky We Are'.
The iconic Fred Dagg in ‘Front Fell Off’.
New Zealand Comedians, the Flight of the Conchords, perform Business Time.