Outsourced (2010–2011)
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Todd's Holi War 

Todd fights with another company that cut off All-American Novelties' access to the air conditioning in the building, while Rajiv tries to find an original way to propose to his girlfriend.



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Pinky (as Thushari Jayasekara)
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When a suffocating heat wave hits India, Todd and the office workers realize their air conditioning has been sabotaged by the "A-team" in the building. After all reasoning to share the air fails, Todd and his staffers decide to wage war in an unconventional way. Meanwhile, Rajiv tries to surprise his girlfriend during her favorite holiday "Holi," but things do not go as smoothly as planned. Written by NBC Publicity

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17 March 2011 (USA)  »

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In India, it is highly unusual for a Hindu man to propose to a Hindu woman in such a Western manner. They would also never kiss afterward or in the street in public. See more »


[the Mid-America workers are feuding with the high-profile call center upstairs]
Asha: What are we going to do?
Gupta: Just give up. I come from a long line of surrenderers. When the going gets tough, the Guptas have been gone for hours.
Todd Dempsy: No.
Gupta: Yes, gone.
Todd Dempsy: If we blink on the computers before they blink on the AC, they'll own us.
Charlie Davies: What you need is some intel. You need to know their next move before they make it. Actually, it'd be better if you knew their next move before they do. Or even better, if you enter their...
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Last episode I'll watch...hate to see lose this show
17 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I am so disappointed that Outsourced has taken the Jay Leno, bathroom humor, culturally insulting approach to this once fine show. If Borden has really gone this direction (I have my doubts), it is surely not his original vision and we hate what has happened once again this week. For the second time this season, the feel of the show has become more like the Three Stooges or a carton instead of a once great little sitcom. Tonight, the "writer" (interns?) planned the episode around a famous Indian tradition. However, the holiday you were trying to mimic actually utilizes colored powder and certainly NOT paint or paint guns. So sad you blew off writing intelligent episodes...please don't continue to ruin this show.

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