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Musical Comedy Flies In 'Conchords'

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Musical Comedy Flies In 'Conchords'

Musical Comedy Flies In 'Conchords'

Musical Comedy Flies In 'Conchords'

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British writer and director James Bobin discusses his work on Flight of the Conchords, which he co-created and now co-writes and co-executive produces. The funny HBO musical comedy show follows a couple of clueless musicians trying to make it big in New York City.

This interview was originally broadcast Jan. 29, 2009.

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