It's Business Time: Flight Of The Conchords Will Tour This Year!
Flight of the Conchords left HBO in 2009. Since then, there was a 2013 tour and film projects that separated Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie. Clement landed roles in daffy comedies like Dinner For Smucks, Rio, Men in Black 3 and What We Do In The Shadows. McKenzie went behind the scenes, writing songs for The Muppets and winning an Academy Award. But it’s about damn time these two reunited, and we couldn’t be happier that that’s their plan.
At Sundance promoting his latest film People, Places, Things, Clement told THR, “(Bret and I) are planning on touring later on in the year in the States. It isn’t very solid yet, but we’ve been talking about it.”
Here’s hoping this tease will lead to tour dates soon. They know we go crazy for their sugar lumps.
And if you’re in need of a deep cut, treat yourself to “Jenny.”
Kristy Puchko is not crying. It’s just raining on her face.
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