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Watch: Live chat with 'The Mindy Project's' Mindy Kaling

The Mindy Project (tv program)Mindy Kaling
Live chat: @mindykaling talks to @villarreayl on 6/11 @ 11 am PT abt @MindyProjectFOX. Tweet Qs to #askLAtimes
Have a question for @mindykaling? The @MindyProjectFox star will do a live @latimes chat on 6/11. #askLATimes
My #askLATimes question for @mindykaling is:

Love has never come easy for Mindy Lahiri. The neurotic, print-mixing OB-GYN at the center of Fox's "The Mindy Project" has locked lips with more than a few frogs in her quest to find the kind of love gleaned from countless rom-com viewings.

Amid the #OMG bedlam of an ill-attempted sexy rendition of "Santa Baby" and the sex tape discovery -- to name only a few of Mindy's embarrassing moments last season -- in the workplace-looking-for-love comedy, a romance began to brew between Mindy and her crusty but sweet co-worker Danny Castellano. After a shaky start, things got back on track with a rom-com-esque closing scene. What does that mean for Season 2?

Multi-hyphenate Mindy Kaling, who plays the titular character (in addition to being the creator of the show), will stop by the Los Angeles Times on Wednesday to take part in a live chat at 11 a.m. PDT to discuss how last season played out and how that will influence how things pick up in the forthcoming season.

For those who wish to get in a question, we encourage you to tweet us using #askLATimes or drop it in the comments section on this page.

 

 

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