Thu, Sep 23, 2010 3:17 PM EDT

Last night the ColorLines crew live-Tweeted the series premiere of NBC's new show "[Outsourced](," and we weren't impressed. In short, the show picks up from where the 2006 film left off by following the fictional life of a white American man who's sent to India to train workers at a call center that's been outsourced from the states. But it seemed so poorly written that there it was hard to even make fun of over Twitter, but we tried. Take a peak at last night's conversation. new TWTR.Widget({ version: 2, type: 'search', search: '#cllive', interval: 6000, title: 'Outsourced Live Tweeting', subject: 'OMG!', width: 250, height: 300, theme: { shell: { background: '#8ec1da', color: '#ffffff' }, tweets: { background: '#ffffff', color: '#444444', links: '#1985b5' } }, features: { scrollbar: false, loop: true, live: true, hashtags: true, timestamp: true, avatars: true, toptweets: true, behavior: 'default' } }).render().start();