The catering crew from "Party Down" is back and they're all dressed up and going nowhere.
Nine months after we last saw him, Henry (Adam Scott) is the struggling new Party Down team leader. After his first official firing, Casey (Lizzy Caplan) arrives as the replacement forcing him to juggle an incognito rock star, the return of Ron Donald (Ken Marino) and the girl who broke his heart.
Having trouble letting go of his leadership position, Ron and Henry clash at a fundraiser where parents will do anything to get their kids into an exclusive elementary school.
Catering an orgy proves to be the wrong place for Ron to deal with his recent breakup. Roman seizes the opportunity to help the host create the ideal orgy atmosphere.
The funeral of a patriarch goes awry when the deceased's mistress arrives to pay her last repects. Kyle is mesmerized by the possibility of learning the blues from a real bluesman.
At his own birthday, Steve Guttenberg volunteers to turn his party into a writing workshop when he overhears Roman and writing partner Kent discussing their script.
Kyle (Ryan Hansen) runs into his old mentor whose theater is going bankrupt. The on stage farce trickles into real life as Kyle promises to romance a wealthy female patron with the funds to save the theater and Henry gets caught making out with a masked woman backstage.
Ron (Ken Marino), aided by coworker Danielle, competes for a new job at the head office. Casey (Lizzy Caplan) competes for best all around at the picnic events, and Roman (Martin Starr) and Kyle (Ryan Hansen) compete with rival Val Halla catering.
Roman is less than thrilled when he discovers the party is being thrown by his 'sell-out' writing partner who hired him to rub his face in the sale of his new spec script.
When top college QB Cole Landry unexpectedly slips in the draft, rumors begin circulating that tangle Casey and Henry in the secret lives of college athletes.
Jane Lynch reprises her “Party Down” role as Constance Carmel, an actress who spent years in roles as an extra but who never let her lack of breakout success get her down. In the half-hour original episode, Constance is getting married, and she’s hired all of her best “Party Down” friends to make sure they attend. Roman (Martin Starr) takes an unplanned “trip,” that helps him understand everything and Ron (Ken Marino), guided by Constance’s wisdom to “follow your heart,” makes a desperate bid for the love of Danielle, even though it may mean losing the job of his dreams, operations manager for “Party Down.” Plus Karma Rocket performs live!