Party Down (2009–2010)
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Constance Carmell Wedding 

A year or so after she's left the Party Down team, Constance hires them to cater her wedding to the wealthy Alex Rocco. He's been married many times, and although Constance says that he's ... See full summary »

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Henry Pollard
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Ron Donald
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Lydia Dunfree
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Roman DeBeers
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Patrick Duffy
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Duane
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Reverend
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Bolus Lugozshe
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Stuart
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Danielle Lugozshe
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Mona Greengold
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A year or so after she's left the Party Down team, Constance hires them to cater her wedding to the wealthy Alex Rocco. He's been married many times, and although Constance says that he's the love of her life, it's unclear if Alex is ready for commitment: his eyes light on every young woman in sight, and he's still trying out new pick-up lines. Plus, his daughter Mona wants to ensure that Constance signs umpteen prenuptial documents waiving any claim to Alex's money. Is this a match made in Heaven, or should the Party Down crew step in and help Constance remove her rose-colored glasses? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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25 June 2010 (USA)  »

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Goofs

Erick Avari is credited as 'Reverend' but he is actually a Rabbi in the show. See more »

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Howard Greengold: And this must be Casey Kleinberg.
Casey Klein: Klein.
Howard Greengold: [to his fiancee Constance] Boy, you weren't kiddin' about those cans!
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References The Sopranos (1999) See more »

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A Perfect Ending to a Beautiful Show
2 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

This episode was such a beautifully funny and touching finale. I am deeply saddened that this show did not get it's chance, just like it's characters. What an amazing parallel. I am a guilty party of watching 'Party Down' after it had aired. I just hope this series reaches enough people and they make it to this beautiful ending which allows for never ending thoughts on where there imaginary characters went from this point. This episode makes you fall in love with Henry and Casey more than any other. How this show escaped the the national spotlight shocks me. It is good to see though, that a lot of the actors have made it in the acting world post-'Party Down'


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