Mindy Kaling tells it like it is.

Mindy Kaling tells it like it is.

Mindy Kaling tells it like it is.

I adore the show The Mindy Project, I really do.  It’s my little happy place for 22 minutes each week, not only because the writing and comic delivery of the actors is phenomenal, but also because I see a part of me in Mindy.  Her character is exaggerated but I think a lot of women can identify with what Mindy struggles with, and have felt what she feels at least at one point during their lives.  The show touches on mismatched relationships, hope for love, body, gender, and race issues, and quite frankly, just trying to move through life each day without acting on the desire to facepalm your way through every moment.

If you’ve seen or read interviews with Kaling, you get the impression that there is quite a lot of herself mirrored in her show character.  ↓ Read the rest of this entry…