OUTSOURCED “Todd’s Holi War” Season 1 Episode 17 - After a few weeks of repeat episodes, OUTSOURCED was new this week with “Todd’s Holi War”. During a horrible heat wave in India, Todd and the rest of the call center are forced to suffer when the tech more
OUTSOURCED “Guess Who’s Coming to Delhi” Season 1 Episode 15 - I love Charlie and I love Gupta. So all in all, this episode of OUTSOURCED was wonderful for me.
When Todd discovers that his boss Jerry is in India to check on his management of the call c more
OUTSOURCED “The Todd Couple” Season 1 Episode 14 - Since it’s Valentine’s Day weekend, all shows are doing their lovey-dovey episodes, and OUTSOURCED was no exception! Although I do appreciate that “The Todd Couple” didn’t overdo the holiday – there were more
OUTSOUCRED “Training Day” Season 1 Episode 13 - This week on OUTSOURCED , Todd decides to take the team on a retreat to work on morale and to have everyone work as a team. His intentions are good, but the gang doesn’t end up getting to the retreat thanks more
OUTSOURCED “Sari Charlie” Season 1 Episode 12 - What I love most about OUTSOURCED is that it continues to be consistently funny. This week “Sari Charlie” had a more serious tone to it (as serious as Outsourced can be), but it still managed to pull through more
OUTSOURCED “A Sitar Is Born” Season 1 Episode 11 – I continue to love OUTSOURCED . Maybe love isn’t even the word. I continue to adore Outsourced . I didn’t realize how much I actually missed the show until the return yesterday.
In “A Sitar is Born”, T more
. Todd's excited: his air-shipped box of genuine St. Louis-style barbeque ribs has arrived. The curious call center team gathers around as their boss tears open the box only to discover the meat's teeming with cockroaches. Some of the cockroaches take win more
Thanksgiving is a new concept for the call center team, and it's Todd's job to help them understand it. Dressed in a pilgrim's hat, Gupta gets it, proclaiming himself an Indian and a pilgrim. But others are less clear. Rajiv gives his colonial twist on hi more