Party Down

Party Down

Season Two

DVD - 2010 | Widescreen version
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The catering team consists of a handful of struggling dreamers struck working for tips while struggling to get the life they really want. Each week, life passes before their eyes as they hover around the margins of a different little world (the parties they cater) for a few hours, mingle with its citizens, dabble with their dramas, watch them, judge them, joke about them, envy them, and then move on.
Contents: Disc One : Jackal Onassis backstage party
Precious Lights Pre-school auction
Nick DiCinto's orgy night
James Ellison funeral
Steve Guttenberg's birthday
"Not on your wife" opening night ; Disc Two : Party Down company picnic
Joel Munt's big deal party
Cole Landry's draft day party
Constance Carmell wedding
Special features : Party Down Season 2 gag reel
Party Down promo
Publisher: [United States] : Anchor Bay Entertainment, [2010]
Edition: Widescreen version
Branch Call Number: PAR SEASON 2
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (Not rated) (280 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
digital,optical,surround,Dolby Digital 5.1
laser optical,NTSC
video file,DVD video,region 1

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JeanieG
Jan 28, 2018

Same comments for Season 2 as for Season 1

"Maybe I'm just the wrong age group for this (too old) ... I did not find it very funny or very enjoyable - or very creative.

Lots of profanity and sexual references - (might appeal to those still mentally in Junior High School)

There are many, many jokes - but most of them are those negative kind of jokes that rely on something bad happening to someone to be funny. Just not my style.

Basically this is a group of mess-ups - disrespectful, sex obsessed, drug using, inconsiderate, selfish and uncaring - Ha Ha Ha! Really? What so funny about that? I read and hear about people like this in the news everyday ...

I liked "The Office" because of its absurdity whereas this show goes too far for my comedic taste.

The best and funniest I ever saw was "Flight of the Concords".

But to each his own."

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