Almost everyone has an epic party they remember fondly from their youth. Maybe it was a house party in high school when someone's parents were out of town. Maybe it was their 21st birthday bash. Or maybe it was a huge post-wedding celebration with tons of laughs.
For TV fans, the holy grail of great parties are the ones its impossible to get an invite to: the amazing, over-the-top parties featured on popular TV shows. Even if you're kind of a homebody, most TV fans would have killed to be a part of these incredible fictional parties.
Jesse Pinkman's nonstop party: "Breaking Bad"Jesse Pinkman loves to party, famously blowing all of the cash Walt gave him for an RV on a wild night out with the boys that featured lots of champagne and lots of loose women. But in the fourth season of the show, Pinkman's parties get even crazier: He basically has a nonstop, 24/7 party going on at his house. While his reasons for throwing the party are a little sad, what "Breaking Bad" fan wouldn't want to party with Pinkman, play some video games, and order a pizza from that place that doesn't pre-slice the pies in the box?
Maryann's party at Merlotte's: "True Blood"Maryann Forrester may have been the main villain of the second season of "True Blood," but you have to admit, that girl knows how to throw a party! Maryann was able to use her powers to make people want to dance and have a good time, making her the ultimate party planner. Well, except for that whole "sacrificing people to pagan gods" thing.
April and Andy's "fancy party": "Parks and Rec""Fancy party" turned out to be a code for Andy and April's secret, impromptu wedding. Though they had only been dating for a handful of weeks, Andy and April had a surprise wedding where they had each of their guests bring something to share. It was a rare TV event: a wedding that didn't seem saccharine, forced, or cheesy. If only more weddings could be like this in real life!
The end of the world party: "Sliders"In one classic episode of "Sliders," the gang were transported to a parallel world where the planet was about to be struck by an asteroid so big, it would kill every human on the planet. In the face of such adversity, many people on the planet simply decided to party until the asteroid hit -- and what an epic party it was. Thankfully, in the end, the team was able to keep the asteroid from hitting the planet.
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