In Season Two of the HBO comedy series, troubadours Bret and Jemaine resort to a variety of tactics to jump-start their lives and career including: turning to prostitution to pay the bills; starting a gang; and falling for the same girl (again).
Season Two premiere. After rejecting Murray for spending too much time with another band, Bret and Jemaine find success managing themselves and land a deal to record an ad jingle; Dave shares his 'double-down' deal strategy.
Bret and Jemaine's fortunes unravel after Bret buys a new tea cup. With emergency band funds unavailable, Jemaine takes desperate measures in hopes of supplementing their income.
Bret organizes a gang to protect himself from rappers he dissed in a song; Murray and Jemaine get their feelings hurt by Aussie counterparts; Mel paints a portrait Jemaine can't get rid of.
Murray tries to elevate Bret and Jemaine on his friendship graph, bringing his questioning pal Jim in on the plan; Mel demands an apology from Bret for inappropriate dream behavior.
Jemaine starts dating an Australian, to Bret's dismay and inconvenience.
Bret and Jemaine both fall for a woman whose missing dog has epilepsy, triggering a duel, a canine benefit, and a couple of new tunes.
Foiled by the White House, Murray arranges a presidential meeting for the visiting Prime Minister of New Zealand; a tribute gig ends with Jemaine getting mixed up with an Art Garfunkel fanatic.
Trying to look cool for a gig at the Grand Opening of New York's one-block New Zealand enclave, the Conchords end up getting hooked on hair gel.
Bret enlists Jemaine and Dave to help him try to land a girlfriend; Murray regrets making Greg his scapegoat.
Season Two finale. Unable to pay off their back rent, Bret and Jemaine move in with Mel and Doug; Murray looks to cash in on a stage play about the Conchords' travails.