Flight of the Conchords Loves the Kids
Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie—i.e. Flight of the Conchords, New Zealand's first sons of parody folk—remain some of comedy's surest bets. Their criminally short-lived television show brought the group's droll, hyper-intuitive, so-dumb-it's-brilliant comedy to America, but it's their live interplay that puts the duo in their truest element. And now, the duo have released a new single for Cure Kids' "Red Nose Day." The song is called "Feel Inside (and Stuff Like That)," a genius "We Are the World" knockoff. The lyrics are mostly composed from interviews Clement and McKenzie held with a group of children, which are featured at the beginning of this video. The result is about as funny and kindhearted as the Internet gets ...
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