A lonely Jemaine runs into Sally, who dumped him (and Bret) earlier in the year. Envisioning a new life with Sally, Jemaine's dreams take a detour when he learns she won't spend time with him until he gets his own place.

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A lonely Jemaine runs into Sally, who dumped him (and Bret) earlier in the year. Envisioning a new life with Sally, Jemaine's dreams take a detour when he learns she won't spend time with him until he gets his own place.

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Murray: Where are you going?
Jemaine: I'm going on a date
Bret: With who?
Jemaine: No one...
Murray: No one? That's not a date... That's just going out... I do that all the time! Do you want to go for a walk are something?
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Song For Sally
Written by Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie
Performed by Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie
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It's business time...
9 June 2008 | by (Israel) – See all my reviews

The last episode directed by James Bobin concludes both the Sally and the Coko storyline, and in a way it may be the last 'classic' Flight of the Conchords episode. The writing is excellent, although not quite as good as in 'Sally' or 'Yoko'. Jemaine is at his very best here, and Bret delivers as well, and Rachel Blanchard is superb as Sally. On top of it all, 'It's Business Time' is probably the best musical number the duo ever made, including a hilarious video clip. Unfortunately the episode loses a bit of its punch in the second half, and the rather weak 'Song for Sally' doesn't help much. Probably one of the best-written episodes, but not the best episode overall.


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