Jim & Pam.
FINALLY engaged! SO sweet. When Michael was making fun of Jim while they were helping him plan his proposal to be safe, I wanted to bop him. SO sweet. Jim was at the end of his rope, missing Pam at art school. So though they planned to wait til she came home to get engaged, he got her to meet him halfway at a rest stop on the turnpike for lunch. It was pouring but Jim just walked up, dropped his suit coat on the wet ground, got on one knee telling her he couldn't wait and did it. PERFECT
I don't care! I'll post every version of every wedding, Casino Night, kissing, engagement, Paper Airplane and other pics I love. If I find it & don't remember having (I admit, having 2 surgeries on my brain makes it difficult to remember what I have) and Pinterest doesn't tell me I already have it, I'm pinning it. I SO adore these two and I think I'm in absolute denial that they won't be back on my tv come Sept. I keep waiting for NBC or Greg Daniels to let us know that they Punk'd us!
The final 'Dunder Mifflin this is Pam. This was such an awesome part of the finale and these writers, producers etc. were brilliant to think to include it. It took us back to the roots where Pam sat at the reception desk and Jim was a bored salesman but reminded us that those were no longer their roles when Pam uttered 'I'm sorry. Jim Halpert doesn't work here any more.' Made you want to cheer and cry at the same time.
The year they won the Emmys. Why they didn't keep relying on these main characters (Minus Steve/Michael of course) the entire way through is beyond me. This 9th season showed that Jim and Pam could still be the main storyline, there was lots of their story as well as Dwight's left to tell but because the writers focused on others and put them on the back burner the show wasn't nearly as good.
Jim and Pam. I love them. THis is such an awesome scene. I LOVE the them on the roof having alone time scenes. I think I love it even more because I've heard Jenna Fischer talk so often and so fondly about the season 2 scene on the roof on The Client. She mentions it a lot as her favorite memory and talks about how it felt really romantic and there weren't a lot of crew members so it was kinda secluded, she just gets this look in her eyes and you can tell it's really special to her.
The guests sitting pretty Love that the friendship between Jim and Pam with Dwight and Angela has come full circle so completely that Jim and Pam are not only at the wedding, they are in the front row and from the smiles you can see how thrilled they are for them. I also think it's beautiful that it's Jim that Dwight leaned on when trying to decide what to do about Esther and Angela. Jim was able to help because Jim had kinda been there befoe with Karen & Pam and he followed his own advice.
the office When Jim is Assistant to the Regional Manager he is helping Dwight run a meeting and when Pam raises her hand he calls on the 'beautiful girl in the front' and she gives him the most adorable look. Jim may have enjoyed what he was doing with Athlead but it's clear that both he AND Pam are overjoyed to be back together full time. I bet there was lots of celebrating and getting reaquainted! I mean, look at how close and touchy feely they were and the looks flying back and forth.