Outsourced (2010–2011)
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When manager Todd Dempsy returns to work after management training, he learns that the Mid America Novelties call center has been outsourced to Mumbai, India. In order to keep his job, Todd... See full summary »

Director:

Ken Kwapis

Writers:

Robert Borden (developed for television by), George Wing | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Rappaport ... Todd Dempsy
Anisha Nagarajan ... Madhuri
Diedrich Bader ... Charlie Davies
Parvesh Cheena ... Gupta
Pippa Black ... Tonya
Rebecca Hazlewood ... Asha
Rizwan Manji ... Rajiv Gidwani
Sacha Dhawan ... Manmeet
Thushari Jayasekera ... Pinky
Matt Walsh ... Jerry Stern
Shawn Parikh ... 'A' Team Indian
Sid Veda ... CS Worker #8
Guru Singh ... Ajeet
Steve Seagren ... American Caller
Peggy Etra ... Southern Caller
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Storyline

When manager Todd Dempsy returns to work after management training, he learns that the Mid America Novelties call center has been outsourced to Mumbai, India. In order to keep his job, Todd is left no choice but to relocate to India. There he meets his eclectic group of employees, and soon realizes that teaching them to understand America will be the first of many hurdles that he needs to overcome. Todd also discovers other foreign transplants working in his office building, including American expatriate Charlie Davies who runs the All American Hunter call center, and Tonya a beautiful Australian who runs the call center for Koala Air. Written by NBC Publicity

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

23 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?

Goofs

When spelling out a word for one of his callers, Manmeet says, "'R' as in 'Ramayana'," pronouncing the name of the ancient Hindu epic as "RAH-mah-YAH-nah." This is a gross mispronunciation. The correct pronunciation is, "RAHM-ah-yun." (The word has only 3 syllables and the last syllable rhymes with "son.") See more »

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References The Bad News Bears (1976) See more »

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Sweet Home Alabama
Written by Edward King (uncredited), Gary Rossington (uncredited), Ronnie Van Zant (uncredited)
Performed by Lynyrd Skynyrd
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