The time has come: Phyllis Lapin is finally getting married. At the ceremony, Dwight vows to protect the celebration from any wedding crashers, while Pam begins reminiscing about her own wedding plans. Meanwhile, Phyllis herself regrets giving her fiancée, Bob Vance, an important job that was actually meant for Michael. Written by
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The top of the wedding cake in this episode had a bride and groom facing a small white refrigerator. The groom's cake was a small silver refrigerator. The reason for the refrigeration theme was because the groom, Bob Vance, is known as "Bob Vance, Vance Refrigeration". See more
As Bob Vance and Phyllis drive off at the end of the episode you can see the shadow of a cameraman clearly visible on the side of the van that they are driving away in. You can see him follow the van as it drives away. See more
Phyllis is getting married and I am in the wedding party. She's asked me to push her father's wheelchair down the aisle. So, basically, I am co-giving away the bride. Since I pay her salary, it is like I'm paying for the wedding, which I'm happy to do. It's a big day for Phyllis, but it's an even bigger day for me. Employer of the Bride.
References The Princess Bride
Fields of Gold
Written by Sting
Performed by Brian Baumgartner See more