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'The Mindy Project' has become a lesson in how to destroy a once-great character

When "The Mindy Project" started on Fox in 2012, it was clear that the central character, Mindy Lahiri (creator/writer Mindy Kaling), and her workplace nemesis, Danny Castellano (Chris Messina), would one day become a couple. Even if you didn't know Kaling's penchant for romantic comedies, it was...
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