'Flight of the Conchords'
Setting the scene:
First you'll need a homemade sign that says "Band Meeting, Here" and someone dressed as Murray constantly taking roll call. Everyone must answer "present" when the name Bret or Jemaine is called, or they'll be stared at blankly by the "door Murray" for as long as it takes. Once inside, guests are treated to a replica of the guys' studio apartment, replete with side-by-side twin beds, awful wallpaper, a hot plate, acoustic guitars and a curly-haired geeky girl with a "Mel" name tag constantly lurking in her fan T-shirt. Hire a couple of college students to be room-traveling troubadours singing whatever they see. Sure it sounds stupid, but wait till you hear it. Party favors may include band T-shirts -- either the official ones or handmade ones created with a ballpoint pen or the iron-on transfers from Murray's Street Team. Other nice gifts: horn-rimmed glasses and sideburns.
The guys are best known for embracing that relaxed '70s look balanced by a complete lack of interest. Encourage guests to hit their local consignment shops before arriving.
On the menu:
New Zealand cuisine is what you might call an oxymoron. Think about it: When was the last time you thought "New Zealand" for takeout? Seriously. Just put out a bowl of kiwis, then order pizza. Add strips of eggplant to create a silhouette of Jemaine's sideburns. Wash down with a pale lager.
On the hi-fi:
During breaks cue up the series' official soundtrack featuring the instant classics Robots, The Most Beautiful Girl in the Room and Hiphopopotamus vs. Rhymenoceros. If they were in any way musical, you'd be singing them in the shower the next morning.
If you haven't realized it by now, we have no idea what there is to do in New Zealand other than look for Hobbit remnants and pick fuzzy fruit. Since money is no object -- hence "showstopper" -- why not head under for a gander? It looks a lot like Thailand, only colder.