After the trio's latest wild drugs party goes viral, an energy drink company offers them a sponsoring contract as their advertising 'party gods'. They jump at the prospect of resigning from telemarketing to party non-stop, yet soon find the repetitive mold the executive manager Kurt Fossil insists on and the three distinct characters they must incarnate mike party life sort of boring, unhealthy and bad for their friendship. Anders is perfectly drunk and turns mean, Adam grossly exploits his slavish assistants and Blake feels stifled by his blindly devoted followers, one of which wrecks his health for life in imitation. It all gets even worse when their house is turned into the permanent set of a reality show, which is directed over their heads.
Did You Know?
While watching his old swim footage, Anders throws up into a bag of chips, and a girl says he's "done for the night." He laughs and asks if she's heard of the "Boot and Rally." In the Seth Rogen comedy, Neighbors (2014), a of Delta Psi member (played by Jake Johnson) "invents" the Boot and Rally when he hurls into his boot, and continues drinking. In the same sequence, a group of Delta Psi members "invent" beer pong. That group is played by Anders Holm, Adam Devine, Blake Henderson, and Kyle Newacheck from Workaholics. See more
I didn't get that at first, but now that I did, I'm in a way better place emotionally.