The Mindy Project Season 3 Recap: The Lahiri Fertility Clinic Opens

By April Lara | 3 years ago
The Mindy Project Season 3 Recap: The Lahiri Fertility Clinic Opens

Pregnancy is taking a toll on Mindy’s life as well as Danny’s and it also brought their differences to the surface in “The Mindy Project” Season 3, Episode 19 “The Lahiri Fertility Clinic Opens.” Read on to learn more about it.

Mindy still works at Schulman and Associates while also busy opening up her own fertility clinic. With a new business, she needs clients and her first ever client is Morgan’s cousin, Lou. Mindy was very honest with him. She told him that she and Danny had no trouble conceiving.

Meanwhile, at Schulman and Associates, Dr. Berghdal was so terrible at everyone and the employees threatened to walk out if Jeremy doesn’t talk to the doctor. Tamra couldn’t take it anymore that he went to Jeremy to give him an ultimatum. That night, the found Dr. Berghdal sleeping in his car and it looks like he actually lives in it. He admitted that he’s been living in his car. It was because he and his wife are not okay as of the moment and by living in his car means he could delay the end of his marriage. It was really sad, but it wasn’t something that you couldn’t expect from a man who’s been horrible earlier in the episode.

Lou was still persistent that Mindy and Danny didn’t convince that easily and assumed that it’s Danny who has a problem. Danny got fed up. He told them that they got carried away during New Year’s Eve that they did it under The Lion King billboard in Times Square.

Mindy made a deal with Dr. Berghdal. He allows him to stay at her apartment since she’s living at Danny’s in exchange for referrals to her clinic.

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April Lara has a degree in Journalism and Professional Culinary Arts. She started a career in Journalism in 2009 and has been part of MNG since March 2015.