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"Carol Brown", instead describes all the ways that women have left Jemaine, including "Carol Brown" who "took a bus out of town".This is certainly one of the finest episodes of the Conchords. The forces behind the wonderfully silly HBO musical comedy “The Flight of the Conchords” announced yesterday they’re working on a new project for the network.The as-yet untitled show isn’t a sequel to “Conchords” but will be a new four-episode series featuring Jemaine Clement, half of the comedy duo, and Taika Waititi, who directed some of the episodes, according to the Guardian.He also discovers a helpless Bret, who has been overpowered by the girls and duct taped to the back of the door. After Dave asks Bret and Jemaine to give him more space on the dance floor, the band sings this dance track about a nightclub populated by too many men.Jemaine describes all the ways that his girlfriends have left him.The song has a similar theme to the Paul Simon song "50 Ways To Leave Your Lover"."50 Ways" features the singer suggesting a number of ways that a man can escape an unwanted relationship, including "hopping on a bus".
Inside they discover that the club is overpopulated with men and they sing the song "Too Many Dicks On The Dance Floor".
Jemaine tries to sneak out but he can't unlock the door.
He phones Bret for help, but the woman catches him and introduces herself as "Keitha".
She asks him to stay longer, but he leaves and heads straight to the doctor for a checkup.
Later at a band meeting, Bret reveals to Murray what Jemaine has done."Unnatural Love" is the fifth episode of the second season of the HBO comedy series Flight of the Conchords, and the seventeenth episode overall. The episode was directed by Michel Gondry and written by Iain Morris and Damon Beesley.