The Office: Season 6, Episode 4

Niagara (8 Oct. 2009)

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The Office travels to Niagara Falls to celebrate Jim and Pam's wedding under strict orders not to mention Pam's pregnancy. Michael, Dwight, and Andy all want to hook up with guests at the ... See full summary »

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The Office travels to Niagara Falls to celebrate Jim and Pam's wedding under strict orders not to mention Pam's pregnancy. Michael, Dwight, and Andy all want to hook up with guests at the wedding and Michael and Dwight meet twins. Written by NBC Publicity

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In the scene where Jim and Pam are on the boat going down stream from Niagara Falls, Pam leans her head onto Jim. This is reference to the season 1 episode The Office: Diversity Day (2005) where Pam does the same thing before they get together. See more »

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When Pam is talking to Stephanie just before the wedding, the two move relative to the wall from one shot to the next. This is important because Pam tears her veil as it gets stuck on splinter on the wall corner. See more »

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Beautiful episode!
12 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What a perfect wedding! And a perfect episode. (I had it on TIVO and watched it twice) I loved the fact that they gave Pam and Jim a really romantic wedding (the one you wanted for them) performed by a ship's captain under the Falls, in addition to the big farce with the families (the wedding you personally wanted to see). I loved the viral Youtube dance, and wondered how the original couple who did it felt, watching. The Office had the rare opportunity to pull it off while everyone still remembered the original video, and before the whole thing got to be a tiresome cliché. Bravo.

Does anyone else besides myself think they're setting up Michael Scott and Pam's mom? Speaking of that, I seem to remember someone other than Linda Purl playing Pam's mom in past episodes. Does anyone know if they switched actresses? Also, wasn't Stanley's wife white? Did I miss the story line where he divorced the white wife and married a black one?


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