While most wedding guests bring gifts for the happy couple, the Outsourced’s crew brought drama to the nuptials of Rajiv and Vimmi.
The big day has finally arrived. After multiple roadblocks, Rajiv is finally getting married to the love of his life, Vimmi. Despite the long list of marital events, Todd decides to add his own tradition to the schedule by throwing Rajiv an impromptu Bachelor party. However, when Vimmi and her father walk in on Rajiv in a compromising position with a transgendered stripper, the entire wedding is put in jeopardy.
With only a few more episodes to air, Todd is facing the ultimate in Indian traditions: the multiple day, multiple ceremony, completely blinged out Indian wedding. In the true spirit of nuptials, Todd is not the only one getting in the romantic spirit of the all weekend event. In Outsourced’s first two-part episode, seeds of romance are being planted between Madhuri and Ajit, Todd and Asha and Manmeet and his newly imported girlfriend, Ashlen. With all these relationships forming, it brings about questions about the longevity of the series. Over the course of the season, Outsourced has faced even more barriers than Rajiv and Vimmi’s romance. From battling for a full season to the most recent cancellation news, audiences seem unsure as to whether or not they want to break up with the show.