"I don't know if anything will ever happen, but in my mind I think what Arrested Development did was ideal."
And they try to set the record straight about Jane Lynch and the stripper.
Party Girls, anyone?
"I don't see why it wouldn't but there's no — nothing is set in stone."
"Obviously a pedi is mandatory."
After Arrested Development finally panned out, how can we not be excited?
More funny people, in chart form.
A fraction of a 'Party Down' reunion!
And three other things we learned from an epic oral history in 'Details.'
Also: She kind of responds to the Ed O'Neill thing.
Will this one actually succeed?
You won't have to wait much longer to once again watch the final episodes of 'Party Down' on your laptop or plasma.
"My skin will be tingling with coolness and smooth as a baby’s leg."
Cruel and unusual!
'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!
The best ep of the season centers around a cater-off!
'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!