Goof (errors in geography): Mumbai is hours ahead of the central United States. In order to operate a call center that takes orders from the US during US business hours, the call center would need to be operating from about 6pm Mumbai time until 7am Mumbai time. In this show it is clear that Mid-American Novelty Call Center in operating during normal daylight hours. The movie that this series is based on actually shows the call center operating during the overnight hours.
Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When spelling out a word for one of his callers, Manmeet says, "'R' as in 'Ramayana'," pronouncing the name of the ancient Hindu epic as "RAH-mah-YAH-nah." This is a gross mispronunciation. The correct pronunciation is, "RAHM-ah-yun." (The word has only 3 syllables and the last syllable rhymes with "son.")
Goof (continuity error): In the opening scene while everyone is scuffling about coming into work, Asha is clearly seen sitting at her desk putting her purse down. In the very next scene Asha is seen just coming to and then sitting down at her desk.
Goof (plot holes): In this episode, they lose power completely but Todd Dempsy can Video Chat (using Internet connection) with their parents in the US.
Goof (continuity error): When Todd's mom tells Rajiv he looks like a "Cappuccino Tom Selleck", he is confused because he does not know who Tom Selleck is. Later, he returns claiming to have "googled Tom Selleck" and thanks Mrs. Dempsey for the compliment. The power is out, and he has a desktop computer - he would not have been able to Google anything during that time.
Goof (errors in geography): Had the show really been based in India, Todd & Tonya would not be able to kiss in the streets as it is frowned upon in Indian society.
Goof (continuity error): When the third train passes, a man with a black box gets on. When the fourth train arrives, he gets off. It is not possible for the train to make a complete circle in that short a time or on that track.
Goof (factual errors): In India, it is highly unusual for a Hindu man to propose to a Hindu woman in such a Western manner. They would also never kiss afterward or in the street in public.