Artist: The Flight of the Conchords Track: "Prince of Parties"

Haven't yet watched the new episode, but I was told it's another quality offering from one of the strongest shows on television - and certainly one of the most subtle and bizarre. In fact, with South Park on a break until October 3, this might be the best comedy on television.

More Conchords, Young Wise and Aqua Teen after the jump!

Artist: The Flight of the Conchords Track: "Prince of Parties"

Haven't yet watched the new episode, but I was told it's another quality offering from one of the strongest shows on television - and certainly one of the most subtle and bizarre. In fact, with South Park on a break until October 3, this might be the best comedy on television.

More Conchords, Young Wise and Aqua Teen after the jump!

Artist: The Flight of the Conchords Track: Bowie Dream

This sequence from Episode 6 is the best bit of the entire series. Bret suffers a bout of self-consciousness and body issues. David Bowie, in three hilarious dreams, advises him on regaining confidence and furthering his career.

I don't care if it's timely - it's important. Word from DeVille is that executives have discussed not producing a second season of this gem. Figures.

Artist: Young Wise Track: "Ryder" Watch it here. (scroll down to the second embedded YouTube window.) Artist: Master Shake & Zakk Wylde Track: "Spirit Journey Formation Anniversary"

Tired of the traditional birthday song, Master Shake enlists the help of notorious metal shredder Zakk Wylde to create a more rocking song that diagrams the life cycle of the spirit of man.

It appeared in Episode 34 of Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and was the moment that I became aware of the show's incredible insight into American culture. For more on that topic, click here.

Someone on YouTube.com was nice enought to transcribe the lyrics atop cute nature scenes.