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Home for the Diwalidays 

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

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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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Trivia

Note that the Hindu swastika has arms that bend ninety degrees left; the Nazi swastika has arms bending ninety degrees right. The bad version is a mirror reverse of the good version. See more »

Quotes

[Todd has just told his workers that they can't have Diwali off]
Todd Dempsy: Can't we just be happy that the Demon King is dead?
Gupta: Even the Demon King gives his workers the holidays off.
Todd Dempsy: What?
Gupta: Oh, nothing. Just saying that you are worse than the Demon King.
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References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Take On Me
Written by Pål Waaktaar
Morten Harket
Magne Furuholmen
Performed by Simon Perry
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