After a shaky pilot Party Down delivered a solid offering from its second episode. The cast seemed to find its groove and the jokes landed as opposed to bouncing off the audience like in the first ep. Adam Scott's strengths were played to as they simply had him make snide, smarky remarks to his coworkers as opposed to attempting to become a glorified working-class hero, the image they tried to portray Henry Pollard as in the pilot. Jane Lynch also provided some solid humor to help out, as did Back to You and The Rocker's Josh Gad.
Good episode, and it restored my hope in this series.