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  • First Choice was an American girl group vocal music trio from Philadelphia. The group produced the disco hits "Armed and Extremely Dangerous", "Smarty Pants", "The Player", "Love Thang", "Let No Man Put Asunder" and "Dr. Love".
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  • First Choice is a brand name used by TUI Travel PLC to sell package holidays in the United Kingdom. The brand is also the name of a chain of travel agents that are part of the same group.
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Flight of the Conchords: The Complete Second Season
Flight of the Conchords: The Complete Second Season
Flight of the Conchords follows the trials and tribulations of a two man, digi-folk band from New Zealand as they try to make a name for themselves in their adopted home of New York City. The band is made up of Bret McKenzie on guitar and vocals, and Jemaine Clement on guitar and vocals.

In its second season, HBO's Flight of the Conchords soars to new heights even as Bret (McKenzie) and Jemaine (Clement), the down, but never quite out New Zealand digi-folk duo living beyond the fringe in New York City, reach new lows. In one episode, Bret's purchase of "A New Cup," puts them in dire financial straits and leads Jemaine into prostitution, albeit part time. In "New Zealand Town," the boys play a gig in which the majority of the audience is shopping bags. Each episode follows a week in their "rags to rags story," and each episode brings them back to square one. The only thing less promising than their musical career is their love lives. In "Unnatural Love," Jermaine accidentally sleeps with--horrors--an Australian. In "Prime Minister," he becomes involved with a woman who's got a thing for Art Garfunkel impersonators, only to lose her to the real thing (here's to you, Mr. Garfunkel, who cameos). Of course, there's always Mel (the wonderful Kristen Schaal), the group's No. 1 (and only) fan.
This series dances to its own deadpan drummer. You've got to love the loopiness of a line like, "So we look like some Simon and Garfunkel look-alikes who don't look like Simon and Garfunkel." The boys used up their tried and true "A" musical material in the first season, but while the songs this season are not as inspired, there are some offbeat candidates for a greatest-hits collection, including "Carol Brown," something of an homage to Paul Simon's "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover," and the should-be-forbidden dance "Sugalumps." Fans of Andy Samberg's Lonely Island digital shorts will especially enjoy the balmy duet "We're Both in Love with a Sexy Lady" in the episode "Love is the Weapon of Choice." That sexy lady, by the way, is Emmy-nominee and SNL MVP Kristen Wiig, as a woman with an epileptic dog and who unwittingly plays havoc with Bret and Jemaine's friendship. Other nifty bits of casting that add to Flight of the Conchords' cool cachet are Mary Lynn Rajskub as the "garfunkeling" groupie, Patton Oswalt as an Elton John impersonator, and Lucy Loveless as the aide and unrequited crush of the New Zealand prime minister. The season does not end on a promising note for Bret and Jemaine (it's really back to square one in the cliffhanger), but as their hapless manager, Murray (the Emmy-worthy Rhys Darby) remarks at one point, hopefully, this is just the beginning of their story. --Donald Liebenson

Stills from Flight of the Conchords: The Complete Second Season (click for larger image)


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First Choice G-OOBL
First Choice G-OOBL
Back in the days before I was a keen aviation photographer... Everybody does it. It’s not been an official family holiday abroad until you get a picture of the plane you were on. This is a classic example of one of these shots. Usually people take some crap shot through the worst, most unclean window in the airport however, I'm quite proud of this shot! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - First Choice Airways - Boeing 767 HUX (Huatulco) Airport - Mexico G-OOBL Flight - HUX (Huatulco) To MAN (Manchester) *****AIRCRAFT HISTORY***** First Flight: 20/03/1995 Operator History: Delivered New To Alitalia On 30/08/1995 As EI-CME Then To Vietnam Airlines On 13/02/1996 As S7-RGW Reg. Change On 01/03/2001 (Still Vietnam Airlines) To VN-A764 Then To First Choice Airways On 04/04/2005 As G-OOBL (Seen Above) Then To Thomson Airways On 01/11/2008 Still As G-OOBL
TCS Expeditions (First Choice Airways) Boeing 757-2YO G-OOOX
TCS Expeditions (First Choice Airways) Boeing 757-2YO G-OOOX
TCS Expeditions is a tour operator that offers private, exotic jet tours and vacations and they operate charter flights using planes from First Choice Airways, a British company - hence the British registration on this plane. This one was spotted parked at the Fort Lauderdale airport prior to starting a round-the-world vacation trip that cost $40,000 per person and takes about a month. A journey like this includes numerous stops and side tours, and the aircraft is outfitted as all luxury class.

first choice flights
first choice flights
First Class Travel (At Coach Costs)!!!
Do you love to travel but hate the coach experience? Do you look with envy at the gates to first-class style, care, and comfort? Do you wish you could fly on your terms and still stay within your budget? If this sounds like you, you are in luck! Most people do not realize that airline options are not set in stone.

With the right information and a little effort you can fly first class every time you board a plane… and still stay well within your budget! The reasons that a person would want to upgrade from economy to first class are obvious, but the prospects seem bleak. Research and ingenuity can be of great benefit to anyone who wants to upgrade to the next level.

Get the secrets to making the most out of your travel including: finding the lowest prices on tickets, airport lounge information, and tips to help you get an upgrade.

Part of the art is using your communication and people skills to move you to a better seat. The other part is pure skill and luck. With enough persistence and research, and the help of the information in this book, you can develop a talent for upgrades, and be the one in the seat of control every time you book a flight!

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Do you love to travel but hate the coach experience? Do you look with envy at the gates to first-class style, care, and comfort? Do you wish you could fly on your terms and still stay within your budget? If this sounds like you, you are in luck! Most people do not realize that airline options are not set in stone.

With the right information and a little effort you can fly first class every time you board a plane… and still stay well within your budget! The reasons that a person would want to upgrade from economy to first class are obvious, but the prospects seem bleak. Research and ingenuity can be of great benefit to anyone who wants to upgrade to the next level.

Get the secrets to making the most out of your travel including: finding the lowest prices on tickets, airport lounge information, and tips to help you get an upgrade.

Part of the art is using your communication and people skills to move you to a better seat. The other part is pure skill and luck. With enough persistence and research, and the help of the information in this book, you can develop a talent for upgrades, and be the one in the seat of control every time you book a flight!

Grab your instantly downloadable version now!

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