'Party Down': gone, but not forgotten.
If this is the end of the line for the most critically adored/commercially ignored sitcom since 'Arrested Development,' then what a way to go.
The actor talks slackers, washed-up boy-band members, and Ken Marino defecation.
The gang caters a draft party, but the host loses his spot because he's gay. Also: Jizz.
Tackling the easy L.A. cliches the right way -- with Andre Royo!
'Party Down' actress to have her role replaced ... potentially by Judy Greer.
It's all one big farce in this highly entertaining episode.
One of them is ESPN!
We feel compelled to admit that this was the weakest of at least the first seven episodes.
Wow, NBC had a lot of time to fill.
"It’s terrible to say, especially since he has a brand-new baby. A baby which needs to eat."
Season two begins, and new cast member Megan Mullally achieves the otherworldly task of making us not miss Jane Lynch.
Those crazy L.A. caterers.
Also: "[Guttenberg's] attitude and his personality in that movie inspired me to want to act."
A beautiful young mummy finds love in a most unexpected place.