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Party Down 

TV-14 | | Comedy | TV Series (2009–2010)
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A group of actors move to Los Angeles to make it big, but end up working as caterers.
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2010   2009  
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A group of actors move to Los Angeles to make it big, but end up working as caterers.

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20 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Glumci na žurci  »

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Henry Pollard's backstory about being an actor with an obnoxious party animal character whose catchphrase was "Are we having fun yet?!" mimics Ken Marino's (Ron Donald's) real-life experience playing party animal character Louie on The State (1993), whose catchphrase was "I wanna dip my balls in it!" See more »

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Henry Pollard: Are we having fun yet?
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Amazing, and sorely overlooked.
25 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

Party Down is / was amazing.

Stars Ken Marino, Jane Lynch, Adam Scott, Lizzy Caplan (swoon), Martin Starr and other Apatow / Veronica Mars / The State fixtures.

F*cking hilarious and incredibly good--on par with the British Office--and sorely overlooked because it was produced by Starz, which no one will ever subscribe to.

The silver lining: it's streaming on Netflix. Highest possible recommendation.

(And because this interface forces reviewers to write ten lines of text, I'll parenthetically add, as an appetizer: at some point during the series, Steve Guttenberg will get naked in a hot tub, after having discussed German Expressionism.)


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