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Temporary Monsanity 

A monsoon threatens to spoil Todd's plans to get the office so that he can reach a sales quota on Black Friday in order to win a trip to Hawaii for his parents.

Director:

Reginald Hudlin

Writers:

Robert Borden (developed for television by), Laura Gutin | 2 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
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
Jeff Perry
Nancy Lenehan
Surina Jindal ... Gupreet
Thushari Jayasekera ... Pinky
Sharmila Devar ... Lata
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Storyline

Todd begins feeling pressure from his family to succeed, so he tries to impress them by winning a Black Friday sales competition. Fearing defeat, Todd works his employees extra hard, only to find his efforts thwarted when the power goes out due to a torrential downpour. Meanwhile, Charlie tries to redeem himself after losing to Manmeet and Gupta at the Indian version of billiards by challenging them to a game of laser tag. Written by NBC Publicity

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Details

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 November 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 Todd's mom tells Rajiv he looks like a "Cappuccino Tom Selleck", he is confused because he does not know who Tom Selleck is. Later, he returns claiming to have "googled Tom Selleck" and thanks Mrs. Dempsey for the compliment. The power is out, and he has a desktop computer - he would not have been able to Google anything during that time. See more »

Quotes

[Todd is depressed about how his parents look down on his career]
Manmeet: Monsoon season is the worst. It is. You know, last year, I got stuck at work and missed my brother's graduation. My parents were so angry. It seems unfair that they push me to work hard and then blame me when I do, you know?
Madhuri: Sir, my parents always thought I could do nothing better than work in a factory. But then, I got this job and now I support my entire family. Sometimes, parents are wrong.
Rajiv: When I was eight years old, I shared ...
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