The dynamic between the guys - Bret, Jemaine and Murray - is evolving quite nicely. Murray, while being something of a clueless taskmaster, is still very hard on himself. When Bret jumps up on a desk and shows a man his penis, Murray blames himself. It's these little unexpected character flourishes that really make the narrative part of the show work. Without this foundation, the videos would still be amusing, but they would lack context. The videos do work on their own, but they also serve as payoffs to the slow burning setups of the show's plot.
Mel continues to be a terrific element of the show. Watching her scheme with Jemaine, she adds the usual predatory lust to the scene that makes Jamaine as uncomfortable as always. While it's always nice to see her in these brief moments, it would be interesting to see Kristen Schaal play more of a role in the story - as a change of pace. Nonetheless, watching her insult Jemaine as a way to compliment Bret is fun to watch. It's also great to see John Hodgeman - from the Mac ads and The Daily Show - show up as the owner of the greeting card company.
"Bowie's in space!"
The final song - and only video - in this episode is an elaborate parody of Bowie's sound and "far out" pretensions. It's the most direct parody they've done so far, which they're clearly aware of since they're singing "Bowie's in Space." With lyrics about Bowie's stiff space nipples turning into antenna, the song goes about as far out and as absurd as the visuals themselves. In this, its sixth episode, the show seems a little more sure of itself, a little more elaborate, and just as funny as previous episodes.