WARNING: BOWL MAY BE HIP

WARNING: BOWL MAY BE HIP

In the finale of Flight of the Conchords' second season, Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie were evicted from their N.Y. apartment for trying to pay rent in New Zealand money and deported back home, where they returned to their idyllic lives as shepherds. The two legally reappeared last year at the Greek for a sold-out show, playing their famous folk songs about robots, ex-girlfriends and David Bowie in space. The comedy duo returns again this weekend, presumably playing more material off their second album, last year's I Told You I Was Freaky, hopefully including "Too Many Dicks (On the Dance Floor)," "You Don't Have To Be A Prostitute" and "Demon Woman," taken from the episode guest starring Art Garfunkel. "Your breasts are balls of flame and I'm burning my hands playing these ball games." That Clement and his voice would make a whore blush. After all, with no plans for a third season, FOTC fans still have no useful knowledge of Kiwi culture other than the abundance of sheep and hatred of Australians.
Sun., May 30, 7 p.m., 2010