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Flight of the Conchords Screening at Natural History Museum

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Looking for a reason to laugh nowadays? You've gotta check out the second season premiere of HBO's Flight of the Conchords tomorrow at 10pm.

If you know the show, you've probably already planned your screening party. And if you don't, your life is probably a little emptier because of that. Aw. The hilarious cult hit about two New Zealander musicians -- Bret and Jemaine -- trying to make it in the Big Apple, or at least trying to make a living, may not be garnering the duo the mainstream success they deserve but it sure has earned them quite a following. And that's in addition to their one obsessed fan on the show, Mel.

We ran into bunches of FotC fans at the screening party that was held at the Natural History Museum last Wednesday. Most were USC students who had read about the event on the school paper, all were young and hip and eager to partake of the free beer and wine (well those 21 and over).