My acting's very understated. I think my sad and happy don't play that differently onscreen.
There are a lot of good shows that don't get picked up. Like that Ben Stiller pilot, Heat Vision And Jack? That would have been a great show, but somehow it slipped by.
I definitely miss New Zealand. Mainly friends and family.
Music-wise, I listen to everything. Leonard Cohen, Randy Newman - I guess I like a lot of '70s music.
It's easy to struggle in New York. I think New York is a bit expensive.
Now it looks like I'll be known as the musical comedy guy. Which is good news for me. Or I'll be known as the New Zealand idiot.
The 'Muppets' were a very big part of my childhood, and 'Flight of the Conchords' definitely has elements of the 'Muppets' in it, specifically the way we mixed music and comedy.
I think the radio is kind of cool, because you're really free to do whatever you want, because you can go into another world. Whereas in TV, you have to make that world.
I don't know, man. Look at me. I've changed. I've grown up. I've got a job, got a career ... I drink coffee now.
At the end of your life, you're lucky if you die.
You've got to try and do your best, and the failure is what's funny. But you can't be aware of the failure, you've just got to keep trying to do your best.
I was genuinely starstruck when I met Kermit the Frog. Like many stars here tonight, he's a lot shorter in real life.
I'm easy to get along with, and intolerant.
When you think of famous New Zealanders, there aren't many.
One of the mistakes I made was thinking chickens and penguins could sing, just like all the other animals in the 'Muppets.' But it turns out those animals are not allowed to sing words.
Sometimes when you play music, you start thinking, "This is rocking!"