Do you live in Los Angeles and have the ability to see and hear? Also, do you like musical comedy? Good, then you should see about getting yourself some tickets to see a live preview of the upcoming HBO series Flight of the Conchords, featuring the comedic musicality of New Zealand's finest folksy music parodists. You can see a preview of the new series here. It kicks off June 17 at 10:30 on HBO.
Oh, wait, they also have live previews coming up in Philly and New York-y. Cool.
Flight of the Conchords (Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement) bill themselves as "New Zealand's fourth most popular folk-parody duo." Their new series will focus on the two men as they try to make it big in New York City.
I've stuck HBO's promo for the series below.
Previously: Flight Of The Conchords Update - VIDEO
[via The Coming]
The Root of All Evil, a new pilot for Comedy Central starring Lewis Black and featuring comedians Patton Oswalt, Greg Giraldo, and Paul F. Tompkins (not Paul S. Tompkins, as this Craigslist ad reads) is taping tomorrow night in Los Angeles, so if you're in LA and looking for something to do, buy yourself some tickets, and then kick yourself for paying money for free tickets.
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