Genre: Romantic Comedy
Rory and Jess shippers, brace yourselves. Milo Ventimiglia just posted a pic from the set of ‘Gilmore Girls’ revival confirming that yes, Jess will appear in the four-episode Netflix revival. Cue the squeals!
Milo Ventimiglia is the latest of Jess’ boyfriends to join the Gilmore Girls revival, and now we can all die happy. With Matt Czychry officially returning as Logan, we knew that Rory would need some sort of inner turmoil right? Who else is dying to see Alexis Bledel struggle to make this choice?
While Mindy struggles to take care of baby Leo because her mother-in-law is sick and Danny’s away, Peter shows up as an unexpected houseguest and adds more mayhem to the mix. Mindy almost misses an important presentation as a result!
While Danny Castellano (Chris Messina) is taking care of his dad in Los Angeles, Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling) juggles work and watches Leo, and the stress is almost too much. Thanks to the help of a surprising individual, Mindy saves her financially-stressed fertility practice — but not before Peter Prentice (Adam Pally) appears on her doorstep for a surprise visit from Texas and almost ruins the whole thing.
‘The Mindy Project’ is tackling the theme of parenting in a hilarious way, as we saw in the Oct. 13 episode. Mindy and Danny are struggling to find a rhythm as new parents, and the big question still looms: When will Mindy tell Danny that she doesn’t want to be a stay-at-home mom?
Mindy (Mindy Kaling) and Danny (Chris Messina) are still trying to find their way as parents to their adorable new baby, Leo. For now, Mindy is staying at the apartment while Danny continues to work. In this episode, Mindy plays to the two extremes of “working from home”: 1) being a total slob in sweatpants and living on potato chips, and 2) being the perfect housewife who cooks and cleans in head-to-toe couture. The episode’s name, “Stay At Home MILF”, tells you all you need to know.
Hot mom alert! Mindy Lahiri has given birth to a beautiful baby boy, but that is not going to stop her from being a cool working mom…or is it? When she tries to bring Leo to work, not everyone’s reaction is a gasp of joy.
Mindy (Mindy Kaling) and Danny (Chris Messina) are proud new parents, but the road won’t be easy. In the Oct. 6 episode of The Mindy Project, Mindy attempts to fall back into her role as an OB/GYN, but it’s not that simple. During her maternity leave, a new doctor has been hired at her and Danny’s practice, and he doesn’t exactly burst with glee when Mindy returns to her kingdom. The queen expects to reign over her subjects like no time has passed, but it doesn’t go as planned!
‘The Mindy Project’ is as on point as ever. In the Sept. 21 episode, we saw Mindy finally have her baby — though not in the way she ‘expected’ she would!
In the latest episode of TMP, Mindy (Mindy Kaling) and Danny (Chris Messina) can’t agree on where, or how, Mindy should give birth. Mindy wants drugs and a c-section in a luxurious, celebrity-frequented “birthing suite”, while Danny wants her to do it the old-fashioned way. Of course, it didn’t turn out how either of them wanted!
Mindy/Danny shippers, rejoice — Danny Castellano has come around after three seasons of hemming and hawing. He returned after completely disappearing last year, and that’s not even the only surprise that came from the season 4 premiere of ‘The Mindy Project’. Spoilers ahead!
The Mindy Project has a new home on Hulu, and they kicked things off with an exciting and heart-wrenching first episode. I wasn’t disappointed with Danny’s decision to return and make a major grand gesture in the first episode of season four, though it did give me extreme amounts of anxiety (in a good way). The ep picks up right where we left off in the season three finale, and it was total fan service!
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