There are a couple of wonderful friends of ours that go by the everyday monickers of Bret McKenzie and Jemaine Clement, otherwise known to most of the HBO-watching world as The Flight Of The Conchords. These two plucky Kiwis are not only skilled musicians and funny comedians, but they are big Unbelievables fans - so much so, in fact, that they have written not one but two songs inspired by the times they have spent hanging out with us stylish gentlemen at our Unbelieva-base. Just to refresh your collective memories, here they are:
I'm sure you can see where our influence has rubbed off on these two classy characters. Snappy dressers and facial hair heroes, the Conchords liked us so much they ended up learning the basics of Unbelieva-Zen from us, hosting their own Unbelievinars™ and mastering disguise. Let's see what they can do...
|or corners down? Such a tough decision.|
|Jemaine went undercover on the set of Men In Black III in order to help Will Smith come to his next bi-monthly Unbelievinar™. With Will it's like AA - he keeps falling off the wagon and doing something idiotic, like letting his children sing and act.|
but being a Kiwi, it was easy for him to get a non-speaking part in fellow New Zealander Peter Jackson's Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring...
Bret also worked with The Muppets,
largely to figure out why Jason Segel always looks like a guy who has just returned from chucking up his dinner in the restaurant's bathroom.
|"Sorry, excuse me, I.. blooargh!"|
So you see, the Flight Of The Conchords are not only good friends and fans of The Unbelievables, but a valuable resource in our ever-expanding global coolness arsenal.
I'll let Michael and Clark enlarge upon the exploits by explaining how they were able to defeat - well, I don't want to say too much...