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Party Down follows the caterers of a Los Angeles-based catering company, most of whom are searching for their big break or some kind of positive change in life. Each episode takes place at a different event the group usually caters and involves them getting mixed up with their often-colorful guests.
You should take your underwear off. The jets feel great on your balls.
Format: The format of Party Down differs from most TV shows where instead of having multiple sets and time passing by at will of the writers each episode, each episode of Party Down's location is a party that the catering service is catering. The viewer finds out about what happened with the main characters outside of their occupation by way of dialogue. While the main characters are the focus of the show, each episode also contains the partygoers, and their stories, giving each show's episode an opportunity as a standalone experience, but also includes the overarching plots featuring the characters who cater at Party Down, so watching the show episode by episode adds viewer involvement since they want to know what happens. Very rarely does the show exit the party or pay attention to the characters once they leave the party, only if they serve as an epilogue, or if something is happening during the timeframe of the party.