The employees hold a paper airplane competition, Andy gets an acting role in a workplace safety video, and Jim and Pam's marriage tensions continue to build.The employees hold a paper airplane competition, Andy gets an acting role in a workplace safety video, and Jim and Pam's marriage tensions continue to build.The employees hold a paper airplane competition, Andy gets an acting role in a workplace safety video, and Jim and Pam's marriage tensions continue to build.
This show when it tried to force a huge rift in with jim and Pam there were no family friends or anything which could've atleast made this believable, even a phone call to portray emotions would've helped, it felt so forced solely for this kinda ending which did feel good.
However both characters lost a lot of what made them special when Michael left, their communication, almost synchronicity died, it's hard to empathise with Pam as technically she's in a job she's bad at, is a failed artist, the mural wasn't even really sorted and didn't have many friends or close family except her mum, I'm sure she did but the only close moments with Pam were really Dwight and the camera guy, I can't understand why she wouldn't move. Jim bought a house and wanted a successful career and should've explained it way better and upfront as Pam was portrayed as fair and logical. However her salary plus a desire of being an artist would mean she'd need a lot of money something Jim was busting to get again made her just seem awkward and kinda selfish. I'm sure the ending may change this but I feel this series killed my love of Pam a fair bit
To the point I'm more invested in Dwight and Angela, let's be real Dwight is the MVP, he's the comedy clue, best character arc and the sweet moments with Pam and Jim are too cute.
No coincidence that the sister writer seemed to force Erin down your throats, she's an OTT overbearing moron who's assault on Clarke was so badly acted it summed her up, emotionally childish and just a terrible damn character, had potential but she just is so cartoonish she's unbearable
Andy should've died at see.
Kevin should've had an arc to be semi normal by the end, I soon realised that most characters aren't actually that flushed out or great by the end, the only decent ones are fast loosing charm.
I mean Mose had more funny bits than Kevin,Oscar,two young kids combined
Phylis and Stanley are fine
Tobys delivery is almost indecipherable, awful character
Val and Daryl was wasted
Tate is way better as office member than manager.
Too many cartoon characters.
Awful writing killed this show, I'd say Pam and Jim are the ultimate and Dwight is class but I'd side with Leslie Ben and Ron any day
- Aug 13, 2020