Party Down (2009–2010)
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Willow Canyon Homeowners Annual Party 

The homeowners' annual party promises to be memorable, and not just because of the surprise winners of the "best mailbox" award.

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Constance Carmell
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Kyle Bradway
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Casey Klein
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Gordon McSpadden
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Liddy McSpadden
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Heidi
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Monica McSpadden
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Mike Klein
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William
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The neighborhood association's annual party goes awry between the host and hostess's marital tensions, problems with the Party Down crew's crisp white shirts, Ron's misuses of the English language, Kyle's trip to a bedroom with the hosts' daughter, the arrival of Casey's angry husband, Constance's constant loud and inappropriate interactions with guests, and Henry's face, which is vaguely familiar to almost every guest. Are we having fun yet? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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20 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Ryan Hansen, Ken Marino and Enrico Colantoni all previously starred together on Veronica Mars (2004), another hit show created by Rob Thomas, See more »

Goofs

When Gordon runs across the back yard naked and jumps into the pool, you can clearly see that he is wearing a flesh colored sock on his penis. See more »

Quotes

[repeated line]
Henry Pollard: Are we having fun yet?
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References Repo Man (1984) See more »

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The glamorous life of the struggling actor
10 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

Part of the charm of "Party Down" is its cast; a collection of familiar faces that work very well together. These are people you'd totally expect to see in a mundane catering business while hoping for that fateful call-back. But these are also reliable archetypes; the ironic snark (Martin Starr), the clueless (Ryan Hansen, Jane Lynch), the normals (Adam Scott, Lizzy Caplan) and that poor schlub forced into being the middle management (Ken Marino).

This is a different sort of workplace comedy, but I like these people. Maybe it's because I'm a fan of the shows these actors hail from (Freaks and Geeks, Veronica Mars), but the humor's just right.

7/10


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