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DP/30: The Muppets, songwriter/musical supervisor Bret McKenzie

3 Responses to “DP/30: The Muppets, songwriter/musical supervisor Bret McKenzie”

  1. anghus says:

    Love the Conchords and loved the Muppets songs.

    Here’s hoping he ge gets a well deserved oscar nod.

  2. jesse says:

    Agreed. “Life’s a Happy Song” should be the prohibitive favorite to WIN the damn Oscar.

  3. leahnz says:

    aw tidy up your hair bret you scruffy bastard, you’re on tv

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