People of Earth, Midnight, Texas and more
Guitar-playing troubadours from New Zealand try to kick-start their careers in New York City while also on the lookout for romance.
Season 2, Episode 10
March 22, 2009
In the second-season finale, Bret and Jemaine are forced to move in with Mel and Doug when they can't afford to pay their rent, and Murray sees dollar signs in a theatrical production about the band.
Season 2, Episode 9
March 15, 2009
Bret asks for help from Jemaine and Dave with a romantic pursuit; Murray has second thoughts about making Greg a scapegoat.
Season 2, Episode 8
March 8, 2009
The grand opening of a New Zealand district in New York finds Bret and Jemaine distracted by their physical appearances.
Season 2, Episode 7
March 1, 2009
Murray sets up a meeting for the New Zealand prime minister; Jemaine gets mixed up with an Art Garfunkel fan at the end of a tribute gig.
Season 2, Episode 6
February 22, 2009
Bret and Jemaine become rivals for the attentions of the same woman (Kristen Wiig), who happens to have an epileptic dog that has gone missing.
Season 2, Episode 5
February 15, 2009
Jemaine dates an Australian woman, much to Bret's chagrin.
Season 2, Episode 4
February 8, 2009
Mel wants Bret to apologize for his behavior in a dream; Murray focuses on his personal relationship with the band. Jim Gaffigan guest stars.
Season 2, Episode 3
February 1, 2009
After disparaging rappers in a song, Bret starts a gang when he fears for his safety; Murray endures a series of degrading encounters with members of the Australian consulate.
Season 2, Episode 2
January 25, 2009
Bret's impulsive purchase of a new teacup sets off a string disastrous consequences that could jeopardize the future of the band, and causes Jemaine to seek extreme methods of earning income.
Season 2, Episode 1
January 18, 2009
The second season begins with Bret and Jemaine electing to handle their own management when they believe Murray is too preoccupied with another band. A chance to showcase their style arrives after they're approached to write a commercial jingle.
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