The Ozzie party is held in a high-rise overlooking Central Park but we can't tell which building it is or where. We secretly hope it's the real Australian embassy.
Bret, afraid of having pissed off rappers, forms his own gang called The Tough Brets, which consists of his friend Dave, Mr. and Mrs. Li who run the internet cafe downstairs and Johnny Boy, an old veteran mobster who thinks its the 1950s. The episode plays a bit heavily as an homage to West Side Story which we found to be kind of "eh" although, the first version of "Hurt Feelings" was hysterical.
While The Tough Brets dance on the streets of Chinatown, Murray, Jemaine and Murray's assistant Greg face-off with the Ozzies at a court house in town. Murray has some killer dance moves by the way.
The only location we can really map is 239 Norman Avenue in Brooklyn, where Johnny Boy takes Bret and Dave to The Dapper Duke's hideout. "We once laid low for three months straight back in 1958." Except the hideout has been replaced by some fancy glass building, just another sad moment for Johnny Boy who takes it as his cue to retire.
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· Jemaine and Bret Mime Guitar at 169 Bar [Jaunted]