Flight of the Conchords’ finest moment, arguably. A song that would be a fine song on the radio, is also very funny, and the video’s amazing. Michel Gondry worked so well with these guys, right? Because the magic of the show was when their goofy songs would start and they’d transcend their mundane JV-start up New York existence with the power of music and images, and Gondry’s amazing at making the mundane ethereal.
(Unrelated, but sort of so: I saw Adam Horowitz, you know, Ad Rock yesterday, and realized that my whole taste in dudes stems from my teenage crush on that guy. When I saw my SO later, I was like, cool, I did a pretty good job. My SO looks like Jemaine Clement if he was shorter and more Jewish. So, you know, dark and handsome crush-material.)