The Mindy Project (2012– )
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Mindy's Brother 

Mindy is horrified when her younger brother visits and announces he is leaving college to embark on a career as a rapper. Meanwhile, Danny and Jeremy try to negotiate with the hospital's landlord.

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Danny Castellano
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Jeremy Reed
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Gwen Grandy
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Betsy Putch
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Shauna Dicanio
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Manny
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George Menken
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Alex
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Mike Menken (as Chris Smith)
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Esther
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Mindy is horrified when her younger brother visits and announces he is leaving college to embark on a career as a rapper. Meanwhile, Danny and Jeremy try to negotiate with the hospital's landlord.

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8 January 2013 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In the show, Mindy Lahiri has a younger brother who wants to be rapper. In real life, Mindy Kaling has an older brother who is a financial analyst in LA. See more »

Goofs

When Mindy is talking on the phone with Gwen, it can be seen that her phone is not "on a call". It shows the icons on her iPhone. See more »

Quotes

Mindy Lahiri: I will not work in Staten Island. I will not take a boat to work, like I'm in the Viet Cong.
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References Gunga Din (1939) See more »

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A disappointing episode
2 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Overall, this was a disappointing episode. So, basically Mindy is still stressed over what happened in the previous episode. Out of nowhere, her brother Rashi appears and tells her he plans to leave college to pursue a rap career. What an awful idea. To make matters worse her brother isn't the least bit likable like the rest of the characters. When Mindy finally does decide to help him - despite his mean treatment towards her earlier - she has to be a backup singer for him and due to the explicit lyrics this exchange feels slightly incestuous. It also proves that the 'best' raps must contain misogynistic lyrics to be cool. There's a subplot about the practices rent which is pretty boring. Definitely a bad episode to an otherwise good show.


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