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Home for the Diwalidays (11 Nov. 2010)

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Todd hooks up with Tonya in the office while his workers are all off celebrating Diwali.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nancy (as Sally Brooks)
Guru Singh ...
Thushari Jayasekera ...
Saree Vendor
Steve Seagren ...
Customer OS


Unaware of Diwali, the biggest and holiest holiday in India, Todd is caught off guard when his staffers automatically expect time off. After speaking with his U.S. supervisor Jerry, Todd must tell his employees they cannot leave to celebrate, making him unpopular among the workers. Meanwhile, Tonya tries to help Todd forget about his feelings for Asha. Written by NBC Publicity

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Todd Dempsy: Can somebody tell me what Diwali is really all about?
Asha: It's about the triumph of good over evil.
Madhuri: And the beginning of the new year.
Manmeet: And it marks the end of the harvest.
Gupta: And it commemorates Lord Rama's glorious return after fourteen years of exile and his defeat of the Demon King, Ravana.
Todd Dempsy: Wow! So it's like a combination of Christmas, New Year's, Fourth of July and "Star Wars".
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References Home for the Holidays (1995) See more »


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