The long-awaited show from the former Office writer-star premieres tonight.
After six seasons, Mindy pulls it all off in the end.
A bridal and baby shower, squished into one handy portmanteau.
The momentum of this final season is building in the best way.
Are we really going back to Danny?
Who would’ve ever guessed this happy ending?
Chris Messina is back!
Jeremy finally gets his happy ending!
Is this final season about Mindy realizing she doesn’t need a man to be happy?
Mindy has genuinely grown since the first episode.
Is this the end of The Mindy Project? Say it ain’t so!
Let the countdown until Mindy and Ben’s engagement begin.
A perfect little lesson about privilege, wrapped in a sweet sitcom.
“There’s something very wrong with this office!”
Mindy and Jody are finally just friends!
It’s two Mindys for the price of one!
Your move, Bill Murray.
It's time for Ben to meet the Ghosts of Boyfriends Past. Welcome back, B.J. Novak!
Mindy resists the backslide into Danny territory.
The Britishisms in this episode are next-level.
We're starting to suspect Ben might be the One.
Another season, another romantic interest.
Is Mindy Lahiri finally maturing on her own?
What if Mindy chooses neither side in this love triangle?
"Homewrecker" pulls out all the best rom-com tropes.
"Stay away from Mindy or else!"
Mindy finally kisses Jody!
It's not a huddle, it's a "sports circle with your butts sticking out."
Who knew Ike Barinholtz did such an excellent Tim Gunn impression?
Mindy makes good on a drunken promise to visit Peter in Austin.
Marcus, we hardly knew ye!
Does anyone else smell a love triangle brewing?
Mindy Kaling finally addresses a longstanding critique.
Let's hope Mindy won't have to try Skankfindr.
"My retirement plan is to sing on a cruise ship."
Mindy and Jody are totally vibing. That can happen, right?
Danny has always been complicated, but this is a bummer.
Well, this is getting emotional.
I love it when Mindy is good at her job. I don't love her huge fight with Danny.
Yay, Danny’s home!
Danny's coming home.
The Mindy Project skewers fancy preschool culture.
This episode of The Mindy Project is brought to you by the sheer force of Tina Fey’s legacy.
This week’s Mindy Project is not among the show’s strongest episodes.
This episode might have the least Mindy of any Mindy Project ever.
Mindy has proven surprisingly adept at mining new parenthood for comedy.
The kind of commentary I love most from The Mindy Project: a succinct critique of modern women’s fate in a one-joke line.
There’s no denying it: Mindy’s mom style is perfect.
It hadn't occurred to me that Mindy was going to give birth, like, any day now.
“It was like It’s a Wonderful Life, but it was in color and it wasn’t boring.”
Please tell me they’ll at least tell us whom they would have cast as the parents if we don’t get another season.
Laverne Cox is the guest star holding it all together this week.
Mindy is interested in religion and not afraid of it the way most current comedy is.
Mindy as the new Dr. Zizmor is perfection.
Sometimes I wonder if I’m dreaming this show.
Well, hello, John Cho, clearly doing someone a favor in an otherwise thankless guest role. Or maybe you will be back?
Mindy attempts to share her news with Danny at the worst possible time: dinner with the Castellanos on Staten Island.
The San Francisco–or–New York plot thickens — plus, some Ratatouille-cute rats.
"Bitcoin for your thoughts?"
“Who will be my Noel? … Who will be my Greg Grunberg?"
The Christmas episode has always been a big one for The Mindy Project.
We focus our attention upon Peter this week.
“Have things changed? Do people still do cocaine?"
Danny has a hang-up about staying at Mindy's place.
This show is turning into a soap opera — and that's a good thing.
Shonda Rhimes and beer pong, naturally.
A taboo topic rears its head.
JAG references are the best references.
A welcome blast from our Cheers past.
For this season finale, Mindy brought homages to three Meg Ryan rom-com classics.
“You’re a little nut job. I like that. It’s interesting.”
“You know what encourages sex? Alcohol, hotness, black music.”
Mindy’s trying to date again.
Mindy Project is back, with two of its best episodes ever.
“My philosophy is that an ID should be aspirational.”
Dad books and sleep-shouting on the way to the City of Angels.
"Over the holidays, I had like five hams and a goose. I am a wolf in a children’s story.”
Danny delivers one of the best dance sequences of the year.
We’re back in sweet, safe Mindy Project territory again this week.
"Everything you've just said was racist."
The guys play Cyrano for Mindy.
Timothy Olyphant guest stars as a hot skater guy.
Mindy is no longer in charge in the office and it's killing her.
With a celebrity cameo by Kevin Smith.
Even when the show doesn't make total narrative sense, it can't help but fire off great one-liners.
Misadventures at a music festival.
Skype and whipped-cream one-pieces don't always go together.
Hasty wedding plans postponed by urine.
To Haiti, or not to Haiti?
Tear all of the stripper poles down.
Danny’s mythical ex, Christina, has arrived, and she is Chloë Sevigny.
Minister Casey thought better of his holier-than-thou attitude toward Mindy, and now they are dating. Also, Josh is a coke addict.
Mindy dates a male prostitute, which is not at all like Pretty Woman.
Praise the Lord, we get two episodes of Mindy this week, and the first was definitely ascendant.
Ellie Kemper returned on last night's episode and the gang headed to Staten Island.
Mindy's birthday was celebrated in last night's out of sequence episode.
The Mindy Project’s first-season progress can be divided into Before B.J. Novak’s Magical Guest-Starring Stint and After.
You have to give this show credit for continuously making women’s health a plot point.
Like the pilot episode, almost every scene was a perfectly crafted twist on rom-com tropes.
This episode brought us back to the territory that served Mindy so well early on: poking fun at romantic comedies.
Why does this show get more typical and mainstream as it goes along?
We could have done without that letter.
Last month's standout Christmas episode was a tough act to follow.
Turns out Mindy's not the woman, she's the other woman.
We're starting to not care about all these other people that are not Mindy.
Nothing warms our heart like a great birth control lecture, and Mindy gave one for the ages this week.
Mindy's total lack of shame is something to behold.
Jeremy and Danny have been to hell, and they spell it DMV. Mindy learns to believe in the Great Pumpkin.
Red wine with ice.
One spends months, years even, on a pilot script, but the second episode shows us whether the first effort was a fluke.
Pilots are notoriously difficult to pull off, but Mindy lands it.
Mindy Kaling’s latest gets funnier post-pilot, and its young performing-arts student is a big reason why.
Champions sounds nothing like The Mindy Project, but below the surface, it’s exactly like The Mindy Project.
From Bridget Jones’s Diary to You’ve Got Mail, The Mindy Project never met a rom-com it didn’t like.
The very best and worst of Mindy’s six seasons.
“She wants to be married to like the third Kushner brother and live in a castle and have four biracial children. You could never give her that.”
Mindy is a patron of the arts, an artiste in her own right, and has a string of shameful incidents in her past.
You won’t see much black, obviously.
Who is better: Ben or Danny?
The long-awaited show from the former Office writer-star premieres tonight.
Mindy Kaling promotes herself out of The Office and into The Mindy Project.