Reconnecting via social media with old friends from Bayonne reminds Debbie of how much they've lost touch, so the Weavers decide to throw an Oscar party and invite everyone from the old neighborhood. When the Bird-Kirsees get wind of the party, they decide to turn the house into an extravagant over-the-top Oscar party.moreless
Pete asks Kate to assist him in coaching Bert's soccer team when she says she would like more responsibility. Meanwhile, Hillary and Warren leave a stain on Diane's couch.
Amber and Reggie's school dance creates "high school" drama for their parents. Debbie's attempt to re-create a romantic moment from her courtship with Marty backfires and Jackie's fascination with their courtship has her trying to change the history of how she met Larry.moreless
Tommy, Eddie, Barry and Stevie are just four regular guys with day jobs. But when the weekend comes, they become "Mother of the Bride", one of the most hardworking wedding and event bands in Seattle struggling to play the big parties. When Tommy is approached by the woman who broke his heart and is asked to play her wedding, the band has a chance to make a name for themselves with the biggest party planners in town, Rutherford Events.moreless
Party Down holds a company picnic and, when Valhalla Catering shows up to provide the catering, a competition breaks out between the two crews over who are the better caterers. Meanwhile, Ron does his best to try to impress the new owner to earn the now vacant Operations Manager position.moreless
Michael arranges a morale-boosting birthday party for Meredith and is determined to come up with the funniest message in her card. Dwight wants a pact with Jim to fight the downsizing, and Michael regrets showing off when Oscar asks for sponsorship for a charity walk being undertaken by his nephew.moreless