I love Jim’s quirky facial expressions, his cunning responses to Michael’s antics and his “aw, shucks” attitude.
I know I’m not completely finished with the series, but I’ve seen enough to stand by my position.
A boyfriend of mine once told me that I “watch too many movies”.
The truth is, I kind of suck at movies — don’t ask me who played so and so in that groundbreaking “Oh, you know what I’m talking about” cinematic classic, because I will respond with, “You mean Kate Hudson in H” and you will be disappointed, and possibly offended.
While everyone was fighting for an i Pod, this teapot was being tossed around unloved. Jim made Pam feel better about the tear in her veil. Waiting four years for you two to marry was the hardest thing that we've had to do, too.10. We all know that those everyday moments are the important ones.
We all know that life isn't like the romance movies.5. A gas station on the highway doesn't scream romance, yet it is such a beautiful proposal.6.
Jenna was married once before to James Gunn, but they divorced in 2007.
My boyfriend and I go to lunch together, but we are very careful about constantly sending the ” HEY, WE GO OUT! It makes people uncomfortable, and it’s not very professional or appropriate for the workplace.But we most certainly do not spend the majority of the day flirting, giggling, and playing jokes on our bizarre co-worker. The fact that Jim and Pam screw around all the time makes me think that they don’t care about their jobs or career advancement.I know that Jim ends up advancing eventually, but if he spent half as much time making sales and learning new techniques as he does with Pam, he would probably advance a lot faster., but now we’re just being difficult.) Enduringly hilarious, always adorable and, unlike most TV couples, actually relatable to the average viewer, the couple battled a difficult start, office politics and even a stint doing long distance, and managed to make it through the whole nine series of the office with their relationship intact, eventually resulting in a wedding, two kids and lots of laughs for the audience.However, although we know that both Jenna Fischer, who plays Pam, and John Krasinski, who plays Jim, were both married in real life (the former to director Lee Kirk and the latter to actress Emily Blunt, and, funnily enough, the pair got hitched only a week apart), we couldn’t help feeling that some of the chemistry between them was real.
Their reaction when they found out that Pam was pregnant for the first time was so cute.