"That’s the biggest risk — that you screw it up and make a shitty movie. Part of the reason the show worked is that there were no expectations and we were doing it completely in a vacuum. Even the second season, when the first season had aired, still no one knew what it was. We were just doing it because it was fun and we loved working with each other. Now that a lot of people know — literally dozens of people know what it is — there is going to be an expectation and we don’t want to screw it up."
– Adam Scott on managing fan expectations for the “Party Down” movie. More from Adam on the “Party Down” movie here.