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Watch: Mindy Project

Do you watch The Mindy Project?

If you like quirky romantic comedies about doctors trying to navigate between their hectic professional and personal life, then watch this.

Featuring the hurricane that is Mindy Kaling  (google her and I guarantee that you will be amazed and amused by this woman), this show is wonderfully funny.

I don't really watch it, but I try to catch some episodes if I can. And I have started to like Dr. Danny Castellano's character.


Above was just one reason - he is sweet, caring and super adorable.

 And also because he says the darnest things like:

Danny: Was he a man?
Mindy: What do you mean? Yeah, of course he was a man.
Danny: No, I mean, like, was he a man?
Mindy: Danny, don’t just repeat it and expect me to understand what you’re saying.
Danny: Was this the kinda guy who, if he heard glass breaking in the middle of the night, is he gonna jump out of bed, say, “stay here,” and look through the house naked with a baseball bat, or is he gonna hide under the covers with you? Is this the kinda guy who is gonna get grossed out when you give birth, or is he gonna dry your forehead and tell you you look beautiful while all that disgusting stuff is coming out of you? Is this the kinda guy that’s not afraid to get into a fistfight at a Springsteen show because someone really disrespects him? And he’ll just put it out… And he’ll take ‘em down right there, right now?
Mindy: You’re just talking about yourself.


What a man :-)

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