The initial training session is full of surprises, including the box of novelties that the company has sent, with cultural differences clashing with the absurd cheeseheads, joke coffee mugs and fake vomit.It is up to Todd to Americanize his “B” team, so they can take the calls from the There are other outsider managers at the center, including Charlie (Diedrich Bader) who is constantly holding up five fingers (to indicate how many days the aftereffects of Indian food will last) and comely Australian import Tonya (Pippa Black), who seems to have an attraction to Todd, which Asha doesn’t seem to like at all.This list is alphabetical and includes notable bisexual, gay, lesbian, pansexual and transgender fictional characters that appear in various television shows and radio shows.Cassie is depicted as being eccentric and suffering from several mental disorders — most notably, anorexia nervosa — and multiple issues, including low self-esteem, suicidal ideation, and drug addiction.An American manager at a novelties company heads up a call center in India in this comedy series.While he takes steps to adapt to his new home, his employees also learn about American culture through the products they're selling.
Todd is definitely a fish out of water as he assesses and sizes up his new charges.
The timing on this show is auspicious, as America still copes with the outsourcing of jobs to far-flung places such as India.
Here it is the familiar call center, where a joke items and novelties company from Kansas City has moved all of their order facilities.
But “racism” suggests a level of malice on the part of the producers, a concerted desire to denigrate a community or a culture. If you still want to make silly sacred cow jokes, at least make sure the cow isn’t from California.5.
I may have felt nauseated watching the show, but I can’t say the creators of “Outsourced” (which is based on a 2006 movie) are anything but well-intentioned. (Kwapis has pointed out in interviews that his writing staff includes three Indians. Talk to an actual young call center worker in India.