Outsourced: Season 1, Episode 8

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: Are you letting your workers leave early today for Diwali?
Charlie Davies: You have to, man. This is huge for them. I love this time of year. Booze, fireworks, no laws against how you like to party. It's like spring break before MTV got a hold of it. Check out this little game-changer.
[Charlie draws a handgun and fires randomly into the air]
Charlie Davies: Happy Diwali, everybody!
Todd Dempsy: Are you crazy?
Charlie Davies: Relax, I'm pretty sure they're blanks.
Todd Dempsy: Pretty sure?
Charlie Davies: Well, the box is in Russian.
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