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Jim and Pam's Baby Mix-Up on 'The Office' (VIDEO)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Mar 5th 2010 1:46AM
The Office, Jim and Pam, BabyYou just knew that the debut of Jim and Pam's little bundle of joy wouldn't go off without a hitch. And, lo and behold, this particular snafu didn't even involve Michael Scott.

If Pam was Salma Hayek, it would have been just another day of breastfeeding someone else's baby. Instead, it was a really awkward moment that will probably haunt the couple into infinity.

Then again, we're guessing the little mix-up will cause new parents to keep their babies close to them in the maternity ward. So, nice PSA from 'The Office' (Thu., 9PM ET on NBC).

Watch the video after the jump.

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Here's the Due Date for Jim and Pam's 'Office' Baby

by Bob Sassone, posted Feb 8th 2010 1:29PM
Jim and Pam
Babies can be beautiful, welcome addition to real-life families, but they can signal the downfall of a TV show. A baby can mean that a show is desperate to try something new to liven up a once-great show, or it can be a ploy to get more people interested in it because the kids that have been on the show have gotten older and they need new youngsters.

We'll have to wait and see if the baby that Pam will have on 'The Office' will be a good thing for the show or a bad thing. The baby will make its debut in a special one-hour episode that will air on March 4. In the same episode, Erin will have lunch with Kevin, making Andy jealous.

One good thing about a baby on 'The Office' is that it's a workplace sitcom, not a domestic sitcom. So there won't be any big reasons for Jim and Pam's baby to be at Dunder-Mifflin all the time, it will probably be at home with a sitter or with relatives or at a nursery (only not the one from last week's episode, of course).

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TV Moment of 2009: Jim and Pam's Wedding on 'The Office'

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 16th 2009 9:00AM
The Office: NiagaraFrom the very beginning, when Michael Scott became too awkward to handle, or Dwight was further out there than usual, 'The Office' gave us Jim and Pam. Despite everything happening around them, the evolution of their relationship always felt authentic. And that's why it was so satisfying that, after more than 100 episodes of courtship and dating, Jim and Pam finally got married in the episode 'Niagara.'

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What's Hot on SlashControl: Last week's episode of The Office

by Jane Boursaw, posted Oct 26th 2009 5:30PM
Jim and Pam on The Office
Since Fringe comes on at the same time as The Office now, I'm a little behind on my Office viewing. But no worries, because the folks at SlashControl are fantastic about getting new episodes on the site shortly after they air. That means even if you missed last week's episode of The Office, "The Lover," and your DVR / TIVO failed to record it for you, you can watch it at SlashControl.

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Review: The Office - The Lover

by Jonathan Toomey, posted Oct 23rd 2009 1:03AM
The cast of NBC's 'The Office.'
(S06E07) "You know, I really would have appreciated a heads up that you were into dating mothers. I would have introduced you to mine." - Dwight

Ahh, that's more like it. After last week's garbage episode, "Mafia," The Office seems to be back on track by exploring two of the best plots the show has had in quite some time. Jim and Pam's wedding is obviously still the high-water mark, and it will probably continue to be that way for quite some time, but "The Lover" was certainly a step in the right direction.

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The Office: Niagara

by Joel Keller, posted Oct 8th 2009 11:35PM
Pam and Jim get married in The Office: Niagra(S06E04 / S06E05) The one thing you knew going into this episode was that Pam and Jim were going to be married at the end of it. There wasn't any big mystery; no old lovers were going to come back to interrupt the proceedings; Jim wasn't going to say Karen's name instead of Pam's.

Nope, that's been the beauty of the Jam pairing from the minute they got together; they just continue being a solid couple in the background while the craziness spins around them. Even when one of them gets sucked into the craziness -- Pam defecting to the Michael Scott Paper Company, Jim becoming co-manager -- the pairing is still solid.

That's what made this hour-long wedding episode so enjoyable. It wasn't the fact that Pam and Jim got married, it's that they had a memorable, very PB & J-style wedding despite the presence of the crew from Scranton.

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Sneak peek at Pam and Jim's wedding on The Office (tomorrow!)

by Jane Boursaw, posted Oct 7th 2009 6:09PM
Jim and Pam - Casino Night, The OfficeThe event that all of us hopeless romantics have been waiting for is almost here. On this Thursday's one-hour episode of The Office, titled "Niagara," Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly will finally tie the knot. Their big plan was to have the wedding at Niagara Falls, so that no one from the office would be able to make it. Unfortunately, Michael gave everyone the time off to go to the wedding. Bad for Pam and Jim. Great for us.

I'm one of those people who's been patiently waiting for this day to happen. In fact, it ranks right up there with Luke and Laura on my list of most anticipated TV weddings. Ever since Jim planted a big smooch on Pam after Casino Night (season two finale), my heart's been all aflutter for these two. Sniff ... I knew they'd be walking down the aisle (or whatever they have at Niagara Falls) one day.

After the jump, check out seven sneak peek clips straight from AOL's awesome video site, SlashControl.

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Here's the first photo from the Office wedding

by Bob Sassone, posted Aug 24th 2009 4:26PM
The OfficeSPOILER!

OK, so you probably have heard that there is a wedding happening on The Office this season (which starts on September 17). You probably think you know who is getting married, but do you? Are you sure? What if the two people you think are getting married aren't actually the ones who are getting married? Click on to find out which two characters are tying the knot.

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I'm so excited about this news from The Office!

by Jane Boursaw, posted Aug 9th 2009 8:02PM
The Office - Steve Carell and John KrasinskiReaders of TV Squad know that our fearless editor-in-chief Joel has been at the Television Critics Association press tour, scooping up all the cool news and interviews, and posting them here for all of us to read.

It's a lot of work attending these events; you have to be "on" all the time and not only attend panels, do set visits, conduct interviews, and hob-nob with celebrities, but also write everything up and post it to the site in a timely fashion. I have to give a big shout-out to Joel, because I love seeing all the TCA news coming through.

I'm especially geeked about the news he posted after his set visit to The Office. In case anyone wants to stay spoiler-free (which would be tough regarding this particular news, since it's all over the place and was pretty much a given anyway), I'll post my commentary after the jump.

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The Office: Jim should go for it with Karen

by Michael Canfield, posted Oct 9th 2006 10:35AM
Rashina JonesJim put himself on the line with Pam last year. That didn't work out; he transferred from Scranton. (Who knew that the Stamford office would also be full of loonies? But that only makes it more credible that either branch might be the one forced to close.)

Kudos to the writers for finding a way to put off the number one killer of sitcoms -- the hooking-up of long-unconsummated lovers. Jim appears to be the guy in the office who can't get through the tedium of a day without a little sexual tension. Who can blame him, when the other choices are pushing paper products or team-building exercises gone wild?

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Ed Helms joins The Office cast

by Annie Wu, posted Jul 29th 2006 11:40AM
Ed HelmsThe Daily Show's Ed Helms has signed on to join the cast of The Office! For ten episodes, Helms will play one of the Dunder-Mifflin employees. Before Steve Carell left TDS a few years ago, the two of them worked together as correspondents, I'm really looking forward to seeing them onscreen together once more. However, I hope this new role doesn't mean that Ed's going to leave TDS... I don't think I'm ready to let another oldie go.

Rashida Jones (Boston Public) has also signed on to play an employee and Chip Esten (Whose Line Is It Anyway?) will be returning as his Josh Porter character from the Valentine's Day episode.

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The Office, season one: DVD review

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 3rd 2006 12:29PM
the office dvdI have a confession to make. I didn't like the US version of The Office when it premiered. I caught the first episode and another episode, maybe the third or the fourth (I know it wasn't the second ep, "Diversity Day," because I wouldn't have though as I did if I had seen it), and I thought it was unfunny, oddly paced, and would die a quick death like a lot of NBC comedies do.

I'm not quite sure why I thought that way, because re-watching the pilot and the other five episodes from the first season, it's easy to see that this show is remarkably funny, well directed, and an instant classic.

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