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Where you read it first | Sunday, June 16, 2024

Nimarta Narang


Finding comfort through pets at Tufts

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'The Mindy Project' succeeds, avoids common rom-com pitfalls

There are TV shows that start off brilliantly, but after a season or two lose some steam.  There are also shows that have quite a rocky start and find their voice and footing in the seasons that follow. "The Mindy Project" (2012-present) is on its way to becoming part of the latter group. Season after season, the main characters continue to be fleshed out with a little more characterization. Even better, the show stays fresh with increasingly wacked-out story lines, as each episode puts less of an emphasis on Mindy finding a boyfriend.

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