Outsourced 1 Season 2011
Amazon Instant Video
1. Pilot When manager Todd Dempsy (Ben Rappaport) returns to work after management training, he learns that the Mid America Novelties call center has been outsourced to Mumbai, India.
2. The Measure of a Manmeet When Todd (Ben Rappaport) reluctantly begins employee evaluations, the staff becomes nervous about their job security.
3. Party of Five When Todd (Ben Rappaport) learns of Charlie's (Diedrich Bader) feelings for Tonya (Pippa Black), he encourages him to ask her out.
4. Jolly Vindaloo Day Trick your boss day -- Exploiting Todd's (Ben Rappaport) unfamiliarity with Indian holidays, Rajiv (Rizwan Manji) creates a fake holiday in order to get him out of the office.
5. Touched By an Anglo When a box of risqué novelty items arrives at the call center, Todd (Ben Rappaport) notices that some of his staff members seem uncomfortable with the products.
6. Bolloween Trick or Treat - Excited about Halloween, Todd (Ben Rappaport) tries to get the office in the holiday spirit, but his co-workers have no idea what Halloween is all about.
7. Truly, Madly, Pradeeply Choosing a husband -- Todd (Ben Rappaport) snoops on Asha's (Rebecca Hazelwood) arranged-marriage prospects.
8. Home for the Diwalidays Todd is forced to ignore the biggest holiday in India.
9. Temporary Monsanity Todd feels the pressure to win the Black Friday Sales Competition.
10. Homesick to My Stomach Todd gets ready for some football.
11. A Sitar is Born Todd thinks he has discovered a star.
12. Sari Charlie Todd keeps a secret from Charlie.
13. Training Day Todd takes his staffers on a retreat.
14. The Todd Couple Todd conducts anger management training.
15. Guess Who's Coming to Delhi (Even Though It's Set in Mumbai) Todd gets a surprise visit.
16. Take This Punjab And Shove It Todd hires a new employee.
17. Todd's Holi War Todd and the call center workers try to cool down.
18. Gupta's Hit and Manmeet's Missus The slap heard 'round the office -- WWE's The Great Khali guest stars.
19. Charlie Curries a Favor From Todd Todd helps out a friend.
20. Mama Sutra Todd tries to change the future.
21. Rajiv Ties The Baraat Todd throws a bachelor party.
22. Rajiv Ties the Baraat, Pt. 2 A wedding to remember in the season finale.
Outsourced Sneak Peek Mid America Novelties sells whoopee cushions and foam fingers. Try explaining that to someone who lives on the other side of the world? Well, that's what Todd Dempsy must do when he's sent to run the company's call center in India.
|Starring||Ben Rappaport, Diedrich Bader|
|Supporting actors||Diedrich Bader, Parvesh Cheena, Pippa Black, Rebecca Hazlewood, Rizwan Manji, Sacha Dhawan, Matt Walsh, Keith Lal, Shay Naqvi, Thushari Jayasekera, Guru Singh, Sharmila Devar, Sachin Bhatt, Dawn Noel, Oleene Perera, Christopher Riordan, Zerina Usmen, Anisha Adusumilli|
|Executive Producer||Alexandra Beattie|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details|
|Format||Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)|
I am now hooked to the show and can't wait to watch new episodes.
The shows successfully exploits the fact that most Americans, rich or poor, educated or ignorant, really don't actually know that much about India.
Maybe it speaks directly only to those that have been in India (I have spend months there), but I see the humor, and it's good!
It much better than the movie, it is a shame that there is no second season. It is a funny way to show how important is culture in this globalize trend.Published 3 months ago by Teresa Palomar
The movie "Outsourced" was wonderful! This sitcom, however, is tedious. It lacks the charm and vibrant feeling of the movie. Read morePublished 9 months ago by C&H
... it's a shame no one else thought so - it was cancelled after one season.
Based on the movie by the same name (which I also give 5 stars), it's a complete departure... Read more
Outsourced is a hidden treasure. I can say, in all honesty, that my spouse and I laughed many times during every single episode. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kaz
I loved this show when it first aired in 2010. It's one of my faves of the sitcom genre. The only thing that I will say is that if you don't like cultural humor or sexual innuendo,... Read morePublished 13 months ago by DemonessOfDeathValley
I thought this was one of the wittiest and enjoyed shows to come along in a while. I was disappointed to learn that it was being cancelled. I really enjoyed it. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Deanna