|Directed by||Jeff Balis|
|Written by||Rob McKittrick|
|Produced by||Jay Rifkin|
|Starring||John Michael Higgins|
|Music by||Adam Gorgoni|
On the last night of the fiscal quarter, Dennis, manager of Shenaniganz, will be promoted to district manager if the restaurant sells $9,000 worth of food or more. To motivate the crew, Dennis tells them that the restaurant will close if they do not meet this goal. Their biggest competition is next door: Ta-Ta's, a bar with scantily clad waitresses, managed by the self-confident Calvin. At Ta-Ta's, it is Allison's first day; she is nervous. At Shenanigan's, Mason, a cook, is trying his best to be cool, without success. As the shift wears on, each employee faces his worst fears, and Dennis tries to learn how to attract women. Next door, Calvin and Allison make self-discoveries.
- John Michael Higgins as Dennis
- Rob Benedict as Calvin Costanza
- Steve Howey as Agnew
- Rob Kerkovich as Mason
- Erin Foster as Kristy
- Andy Milonakis as Nicholas" Nick"
- Alanna Ubach as Naomi
- Phillip Vaden as Joshua
- Chris Williams as Chuck
- Chi McBride as Bishop Coleman
- Rocco Botte as Jack
- Luis Guzmán as Raddimus Lopez
- Max Kasch as Theodore "T-Dog"
- Vanessa Lengies as Natasha Willet
- Kirk Fox as Hank
- Amanda Loncar as Suzy
- Tania Raymonde as Amber
- K.D. Aubert as Trina
- Danneel Harris as Sherry
- Janet Varney as Haley
- Maggie Lawson as Allison
- David Koechner as Daniel "Dan" Christopher Pratt
- Justin Long as Dean Shull
- Adam Carolla as Ken Halsband
- Jonathan Terry as Older Man
- JD Evermore as Exasperated Customer
- Cher Tenbush as Party Girl
- Missy Pyle as Rocky Rhoades
- Billy Beck as Senile Man
- Grainger Hines as Earl
- Jennifer Rhodes as Dennis' Mom
- Heather Ankeny as Odetta Vendetta
The film was released directly to DVD. Justin Long, who starred in the first film, would later say that he was "truly embarrassed" to be involved with Still Waiting... (via his cameo) in an interview with Peter Travers of Rolling Stone. "It's offensive. I think it's offensive."
The critical reception for the film was negative. As of June 2020[update], Rotten Tomatoes has two critical reviews, both negative. David Nusair of Reel Film Reviews calls the film "A thoroughly and pervasively disagreeable followup..." and Brian Orndorf of DVDTalk.com calls it "A dreadful movie, and worse, if you can believe this one, something of a disappointment. With nothing new to offer the world of restaurant parody, this needless sequel is more skilled at lowering IQs than generating laughs."