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There is no Next Episode of Party Over Here planned.
A new late-night half-hour sketch comedy series skewering everything from pop culture to politics, executive-produced by the Emmy Award-winning and Grammy Award-nominated comedy trio The Lonely Island and comedian/actor Paul Scheer ("The League").
Alison has a crush on the hunky new PA. A reunion special with the most controversial and outrageous contestant in the history of The Bachelorette. The cast decides on an innovative solution to their gravy surplus.
The cast mourns a screen legend and bids a tender farewell to their puppet friends. Nicole displays her unusual techniques for connecting with the paranormal. And, there's nothing more rewarding than telling a group of friends exactly what they want to hear.
Alison unsettles her castmates by uploading her consciousness into the cloud. Jessica attempts to prove her toughness with a glass eating stunt. Nicole can't get over her bad breakup, which was totally not her fault.
Don't miss the first "best of" compilation of the new late-night half-hour sketch comedy series skewering everything from pop culture to politics. Sketches featured in this special episode include "Sensual Yogurt" "Show Oath" "Mansplaining Hotline" "Preach to the Choir" "Secret Sad Friend App" "AlisONE" "Lawyer Show" "Beauty and the Beast" and "Saying Goodnight to the Frumpets".
Jessica's backstage feud with an antelope finally boils over. Nicole demonstrates her extensive knowledge of the terrors of the deep. Alison discovers her online identity has been turned into a meme.
Nicole gets ghosted by a former flame named Aaron Peaches. An audience member disrupts the taping by using a new livestreaming app. The Zach and the Jess answer an age-old question: What is a Blouse.
A cast member discovers she's the target of an attempted assassination. There's a hit new game show that tackles the question, Is This A Date. A nosey neighbor named Nikki sets up shop in the elevator of her apartment building.
Alison lets the news that she's a wizard go straight to her head. A surprising trend is sweeping the fashion world: extremely long t-shirts. Nicole can't shake an internet ad that seems to follow her everywhere.
Sketches on this second "best of" compilation include "Shots," "How We Got The Show," "Ad Stalker," "What Is A Blouse?," "Salsa Bitch," "Is This A Date?" and "Psychic.