The long arc of this, its final season, has been the slow but sure destabilization of its sweetest and surest thing, the loving relationship between Jim and Pam Halpert. This season, Jim finally realized that he can do more, that he wants to do more, and he did what he should have done a long time ago: He got a new job. In Philadelphia. They skipped the step where they discussed what each wanted for their lives together. He works hard and late from a distance. Pam is alone and single-parenting and resentful that Jim has upended their whole life without really asking her about it.
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26 Times Jim And Pam's Relationship Was Way, Way Too Real
They are portrayed by John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer , respectively. Jim and Pam's relationship apparently caught the attention of the documentary crew from the very first moments, as their constant joking and quick exchanges hinted that they both had deeper feelings for each other. At the beginning of the series Jim is single while Pam has been engaged to warehouse employee Roy for 3 years and has yet to set a date for the wedding. Jim and Pam are shown to be great friends and to enjoy each other's company a great deal.
Jenna Fischer Reveals The Real Reason Why Jim And Pam Worked On 'The Office'
Eh, sort of. Fischer added, "But in real life, we aren't totally Pam and totally Jim, so in real life, we're not the perfect match. He was like a type of spouse that I had for a long time, he was my partner and we will always be close because of it. They have one child together, named Hazel.
It was hard to escape the feeling that the show had lost its momentum. But with the sitcom entering the home stretch—its final episode airs on May 16—some of those fans have been returning to see how it all ends for the employees of Dunder Mifflin. But not everyone who may want to tune in for the finale has time to catch up on the new characters, romances and paper-sales developments that have been introduced over the past two seasons. It Will End Too Late.