The Office: Season 6, Episode 18

The Delivery: Part 2 (4 Mar. 2010)

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After the baby is born, Pam has trouble getting the baby to breastfeed. At the office, Michael takes credit for hooking Jim and Pam up, and tries to do the same thing for Kevin and Erin, making Andy jealous.



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Michael anxiously waits for Pam and Jim's baby to be born. Back at the office, Erin makes Andy jealous when she has lunch with Kevin. Written by NBC Publicity

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This marks the fourth and final television directorial credit for Harold Ramis, who directed three other episodes of the show. See more »


When Pam's mother brings her coffee, she mentions she hasn't had caffeine in 9 months. However, earlier in the season, Pam drinks Coca-Cola. See more »

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15 March 2010 | by (Mt Holly, NJ) – See all my reviews

One of and possibly the best episode of The Office ever: It has everything, including great writing and Harold Ramis as Director. There are numerous situations where both Michael and Dwight overstep boundaries in a bizarre fashion (Dwight is dispatched to Jim & Pam's home to retrieve an ipod and ends up empty-handed, but not before leaving his mark on the place). But the centerpiece is Jim and Pam as they feel overwhelmed, delighted, and insecure in their new roles as parents. Jenna Fischer and John Kasinski shine, showing deft handling of sentimental as well as screamingly funny scenes, all perfectly in-character and never over-the-top. Even though "The Delivery" is the event around which this episode revolves, all the other characters are present and have their moments. It's indicative of how the Jim-Pam thing is being handled in general: part of The Office mix without being the focus. Anyone concerned that The Office might "jump the shark" with the Jim-Pam angle can breathe a sigh of relief.

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