Idiom: Party’s over
Bruce: This has been an excellent vacation.
Clark: So true, but it’s sad to say this party’s over.
Bruce: I know. I wish vacation was longer. It always feels like vacation time flies.
Clark: Yeah, I agree. We have to make a living though.
Luther: Did you hear about the producers being arrested?
Barry: No, what happened?
Luther: They got caught stealing money from clients and projects. They’re in big trouble and now they’re being questioned about all the funds that are missing.
Barry: I guess their party’s over. No more big parties and trips on client money. Will they go to jail?
Luther: With enough evidence, yes.
Meaning: The party’s over means something fun, happy and pleasant must come to an end. For example, having a long paid vacation is fortunate, but one still must return to work; we can’t have vacation forever.