@5 days ago with 83 notes
#the office #tv #the office finale
The Office finale completely redeemed all of the disappointments I had over the past few seasons.
And the tears are still streaming down my face.
@5 days ago with 3 notes
#the office #jim #pam #jim halpert #pam beesly #jam #tv
Jim & Pam Halpert.
I can’t put into words what it meant to watch their story. Seasons 2 and 3 of The Office were magic. Rooting for them, waiting for their timing to finally sync. The booze cruise, casino night, the fire walk.
It hurt when the magic started to fade. Yes, Steve Carell’s Michael Scott breathed something into the show that left when he did. But it was more than that. I would never have imagined a time when I would be so fed up with one half of this couple. This season, I have been so exasperated with Pam. Why would she deny Jim this opportunity? Why would she want to stay in Scranton, at Dunder-Mifflin? Why?
Funny, that I don’t understand. I am a creature of habit. I’ve worked at my office for over a decade. I fear I’m not good enough. I wish I had my own version of Jim Halpert who was willing to fight for me.
I hope that tonight these two both get a happy ever after that’s well-deserved. Philly Jim deserves his way out of selling paper. Pam deserves to know she is enough.
And hell if we all don’t deserve one more look at Michael Scott.
Now, to get the tissues and popcorn ready.