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What Did You Think of Outsourced?

Does Outsourced Deserve Its Slot in NBC's Comedy Lineup?

Outsourced was one of the most buzzed about new shows of the Fall season, and last night you all finally had a chance to see it for yourselves. The show has been criticized for being offensive, though personally I didn't think it was all that bad. That said, I'm going to need a lot more convincing before I can stand behind the new comedy as a temporary replacement for Parks and Recreation.

Apparently many of you tuned in to see what all the fuss was about, so now I want to hear your feedback. Sound off in the comments below, and tell me — does Outsourced deserve its slot in NBC's Thursday night lineup?

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Midnight-Harlow Midnight-Harlow 5 years
It's not worth getting rid of Parks & Recs for. And how is it possible that out of all the people in India, the lead manages to find the only white woman to be his love interest?!?
bransugar79 bransugar79 5 years
I watched the first like 3 minutes of it and I had to turn it off. I loved the movie but the transition to TV is clearly NOT going to work it's soooo much more cheesy than the movie. And there's no way this could replace Parks and Rec.
KACIEJPC KACIEJPC 5 years
I havne't watched it yet, I didn't know it was a temporary replacement for Parks & Rec... is it because Pohler is on maternity leave?
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