Asha tells Todd that her name means Hope.
Todd: (observing the traffic while being driven to work) Oh man, this is insane! It's like, it's like Frogger but, but with real people.
Todd: Why does yours say Manager too?
Rajiv: Oh, I'm simply planning ahead. You see, after your return to America, I will become Manager of the call center. I thought to myself, why print a name tag that says Assistant Manager when it is only a matter of time before you triumph here and make a glorious homecoming.
Todd: Oh wow, so you've, you've got it all figured out, huh?
Rajiv: After I become Manager, my salary will increase enough so that I will be able to move out of my parents' apartment and finally marry Vimi. It seems our fates are tied, sir. Your triumphs are my triumphs. Your victories are my victories. We need a victory!
Manmeet: Why do Americans need these things?
Todd: Ah, they don't.
Asha: Then what is the purpose?
Todd: There is no purpose. In America, you can do whatever you want. You can be the President, or a scientist, or you can even invent novelties like (holds up novelty item)
Manmeet: (laughs) What is that man?
Todd: This? This is exactly what I'm talking about. See, maybe no one needs this, but in America no one can stop you from making it. This is the definition of freedom.
Omkara (Sukhwinder Singh)
Beware Of The Boys Mundian.. (Panjabi MC)
Jab Chaye (Asha Bhosle)
Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Original International Airdates:
Canada: September 23, 2010 on Global
Czech Republic: December 24, 2011 on Prima COOL
Todd: Oh man, this is insane! It's like, it's like Frogger but, but with real people.
Todd is referring to Frogger, an arcade game first introduced in 1981. The game is considered a c from the golden age of video arcade games.