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Based on an independent film of the same name, this NBC comedy project follows a novelty company manager when he is sent to India to supervise and train a group of customer service reps.
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  • Nevr thought call centre can be that amusing!!

    10
    I am an indian but this show is awesome right from chemistry that asha and todd shares ,immune voice of madhuri, and cutoo gupta's comments on climax of situation its a perfect blend guys .



    Suggestion: in one show todd should go to america with all of his team .
  • One of my all-time fav's, hands down

    10
    THere's something about this show that had me glued to the TV when it was on... I didn't care if I laughed, cry, sat with a dumb expression - I didn't wanna miss one minute of it. I learned about Indian culture, I felt everything the characters felt. What does NBC want for its shows that this one didn't bring to the I wanted to see Asha and what's-his-face and how their rel-ship was going to blossom :(. I was very, very bummed out that it ended. Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease bring it back! Pleeeease!moreless
  • One of the best ever

    9.0
    This is one of the best shows I've seen, and it's a real downer to see it's been canceled. Fantastic characters, and all the potential to run it for 10+ seasons. Shame on you to cancel it!!! I've even would've accepted to watch the cursed commersials if you kept it going!! Start it up again (has that ever occured?????) or I will have to have to throw my tv out as a protest!!!moreless
  • Three hours I'll never get back

    2.0
    Ick. I really gave this show a chance (6 episodes) but my IQ was dropping with each episode. This show appeared, on the surface, to be about comedy arising from a fish-out-of-water scenario. I thought it would involve seeing Todd fumble with his ignorance about Indian culture. Instead we got some American flag-waving, as this show makes the entire country of India look stupid when compared to Todd. This show borders on being overtly racist. And could they have found a more bland, white-bread actor/character than Ben Rappaport? You could replace this guy for an entire episode with a cardboard cut-out and nobody would notice. Good riddance.moreless
  • Solid Show. Sad to see it go.

    8.5
    Outsourced was a solid show but had it's rough patches. But that can come expected in a show's first season. It's a shame that the show was cancelled, and it's idiotic that people complained about the show because their job was outsourced. Like the TV show had anything to do with it. Unbelievable that NBC pulled this show than replaced it with Whitney.
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    single camera sitcom, opposites attract, pop culture references, Sitcoms, social commentary