As John Krasinski told Movie Fanatic earlier this month, The Office is going to start getting emotional. Not only for the actors, and the other people that have made this show happen over the last nine years, but also for the fans. That was clear during "The Suit Warehouse."
For those of us who have stuck around through thick and thin, it should be a rewarding ending no matter how things turn out for our favorite and - also our less than favorite - characters.
For example: even if they stick the guy who is supposed to be the heart of the show in a boring story about getting a new job in Philadelphia, which is more confusing in its ambiguity than it is humorous, we will still always be involved.
We care about Jim, so every move that he makes has an effect on us, even if most of »
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