THE OFFICE Season Finale Recap: “The Job”

May 18, 2007 by  

The Office Season Finale Recap

At just about 8:54 pm tonight there was a slight shift in the universe. Did you feel it? There was this calmness and this stillness that took over and for the first time September 21st all felt right. Yes, Jim and Pam have found their way to each other. Can I get an AMEN!!

The Season 3 finale of THE OFFICE was brilliantly written, acted, and well paced. It was filled with twists and turns that I didn’t see coming. And I know that it sounds cliche, and I know saying it sounds cliche, sounds cliche. Maybe I’m being cliche but I don’t care. I am what I am – a full fledged Office addict who got exactly what she wanted, and in fact needed from the  finale.

Looking back on this season I can’t help but be reminded of the profound words of the prolific Missy “Missdemeanor” Elliott: “Is it worth it, let me work it. I put my thang down, flip it and reverse it.” Oh yes, it seems that some of our favorite Dunder Mifflinites had their stories flipped and reversed, and while it was a worthwhile journey for some, others ended up…well nowhere we (or they) expected to be.

I mean, who would have thought that the serious, focused, goal-oriented Jan Levinson would be the one fired for erratic and inappropriate behavior ,and that she would be the one heavily pursuing a relationship with Michael Scott? Or, for that matter, that Michael Scott would be dreading the thought of a serious relationship with Jan – despite her brand new boobs.

It’s sometimes difficult to move up the Corporate ladder when you dig yourself a huge hole right under said ladder. Yet that’s exactly what Michael did. Michael was so confident that he was going to get the position with Corporate he went as far as to sell his condo…on eBay. He bid his fond farewells to the Scranton Branch and appointed Dwight as Regional Manager. In New York, Michael thought his interview was going really well, but after finding out that the position he was interviewing for was the same one from which Jan was being dismissed, well, things started taking what some might call a turn for the worse. After letting it slip to Jan that she was being fired, Michael saw first hand what Jan Levinson was like when she was not her usual calm, cool, collected self, and he didn’t like what he saw…Jan’s got a bit of the crazies. Jan gets escorted out the building, and Michael was informed that he’s not getting the corporate job. And later while his jobless girlfriend was having a mental breakdown in his car, Michael decided to go with his instincts (which has never served him well in the past) and told Jan she could move in with him. A “crazy-unstable-head over heels-in-love-with-Michael Scott” Jan Levinson is going to be…well, she’s going to be something – and Michael is scared. How the tables have turned.

Then of course there is Jim Halpert who pined away quietly for years as he watched the woman he loved live her life with someone else – someone that didn’t love her nearly as much as he did. He went away, and came back a changed man, in as much as he could. The new suits, the new job and the new girlfriend became the shield he needed to keep his heart from being broken again. And while Jim was losing more of himself day after day, it was Pam who was growing and discovering who she really was. Now it was her turn to pine for Jim, and watch him be with someone who she knew wasn’t right for him. And just as Jim helped Pam discover the best part of her through his friendship and love, it was Pam who brought Jim Halpert back and helped him to realize that he was happy with who he was before he left for Stamford, and how much happier he could be when given the chance to start a new chapter of his life with Pam.

But I’ll be honest, I wasn’t sure it was going to go their way. With Jim and Karen both up for the Corporate job, the two took some time to explore New York City together. For perhaps the first time, we saw that outside of the office and away from the ghost of Pam, Karen and Jim are a fun couple. Karen is good for Jim. She wants him to step out of his comfort zone and experience new things. She wants him to be the Corporate guy who gets a haircut so he doesn’t look “homeless”. She wants him to go to nice dinners in NYC and sneak into musicals with her. She wants him to be Adult!Jim. But Karen is smart, and she knows that Jim needs a little push sometimes – especially when it comes to their relationship. She aslo knows that if either of them get the position with Corporate, that they can’t last unless they are together. Never one to beat around the bush Karen puts it on the table for Jim.

Karen: So what’s going to happen to us when I get this job?
Jim: Oh you mean when I get this job?
Karen: Well IF you get the job, well then I’d move here for you. Would you move for me?
[silence]
I’m not stupid, ok? I was at the beach. We don’t have a future in Scranton. There’s one too many people there.
Jim: You mean Kevin?
Karen: Exactly. But you get it, right? I can’t stay there.
Jim: Yeah, I do.

And Jim does get it. He, Karen and Pam can’t all be in Scranton together. And perhaps NYC is just what Jim needs to finally move on. And it might be easier if subtle reminders of Pam weren’t everywhere. From the ill sound of “Dunder Mifflin, this is Grace” to the good luck note and gold yogurt lid from Pam he found amongst his interview materials, Jim perhaps realizes that he’s been running from Pam for too long. But he’s not sure if he can really go back.

(Flashback to beach day. Jim joins Pam at the water a few minutes after her speech)
Jim: The real reason I went to Stamford was because I wanted to be…Not.Here.
Pam: I know
Jim: And even though I came back, I just feel like I’ve never really come back.
Pam: Well I wish you would.

We all wish you would, Halpert.

Pam is done running too, and Fancy New Beesly is here to stay. Pam’s not apologizing for beach day confession, despite the good natured ribbing from her co-workers or her awkward encouters with Karen. Nope, she meant what she said and she’s owning it. Her new found self confidence is now evident in everything she does. From accepting Dwight’s offer for her to be the unofficial secret assistant to the regional manager, to her subtle ways of letting Karen know that she’s not giving up on Jim just yet, to her take charge command of a meeting gone awry, Pam is a new woman. Hell, even her talking heads are much more hopeful and honest.

Pam has finally found a way to be happy again after a really difficult year. Things didn’t turn out exactly as she planned but she’s going to learn to be ok with it. Maybe a life with Jim was never meant to be.

The Office Season Finale, Jim and Pam

Pam: I haven’t heard anything, but I bet Jim got the job. I mean, why wouldn’t he? He’s totally qualified and smart, everyone loves him. And if he never comes back again, that’s ok. We’re friends, and I’m sure we’ll stay friends. We, we just never got the timing right. You know, I shot him down and then he did the same to me. But you know what? It’s ok. I am totally fine. Everything is going to be totally..
(Jim quickly opens the conference room door)
Jim: Pam (to camera) Oh sorry. Are you free for dinner tonight?
Pam: Yes.
Jim: All right…then it’s a date
Pam: (with tears in her eyes and smiling) I’m sorry. What was your question?

Seems Karen was right. There was one too many people in Scranton, and Jim understood that. I just don’t think she ever assumed she was the odd one out. But that’s when happens when you step in on JAM. See ya Fillapelli. Enjoy your new life with your friends in New York (wait, she is moving to New York, right?)

So yes, it happened. It really happened. Jim and Pam have come full circle and finally, FINALLY found their way to eachother, and in the process they both found out who they really are. Yes, again another cliche, but when it takes a full season to get there it certaintly doen’t feel anything other than authentic and necessary. A special BRAVO to Jenna Fischer and John Krasinski who were both so incredible tonight. Not only in their scenes together, but throughout the entire episode. They didn’t give anything away with their performances, and more importantly they didn’t hold anything back. There wasn’t a false moment tonight. I’m not sure why neither submitted this episode as their Emmy tape.

So with tears streaming down my face, I’m ready to accept that Season 3 of The Office is done. But oh wait….it ain’t over yet.

Wondering who got the job with Corporate? CFO David Wallace makes the call to congraulate the candidate, and the camera slowly pulls back to reveal…IT’S RYAN!! YES! Did anyone see that coming? Hells no. And remember what I said earlier about flipping it and reversing it? Well how about that for a big old zinger. The Temp who has never made a sale gets the Corporate job. The same Temp who spent his days at Dunder Mifflin working harder than anyone else to make something of himself only to be reminded at every turn that he was just the temp. Well, payback’s a bitch, and in a brilliant twist that no one saw coming, Ryan is now everyone’s boss. Yes, Michael and Dwight…all bow down to the Temp. Oh and Kelly was just dumped. Ryan is out of here.

What I think is missing from this review, recap, whatever you want to call it is just how funny this episode was. Yes,I’m a bit focused on the satisfaction of the Jim/Pam ending, but it’s just that I’ve been waiting for so long it seems to overshadow everything else. But there was some fantastic moments tonight. There was Dwight’s power-crazed pursuit to start his new regime as Regional Manager with Andy by his side. Michael feeling up Jan’s new chesticles, Creed’s blog (which is now available on NBC.com), and come on, who doesn’t want Schrute bucks? A lot of just great moments that reminded me why this is my favorite show on television.

Despite wearing out my carpet with all the nervous pacing I’ve done over the past few days worrying about what was going to happen with Jim and Pam, once I got into the episode I was having so much fun that I forgot to be nervous about the fate of the BEST couple on TV. It was an incredibly satisfying house of television.

So that’s that. Season 3 is wrapped. And I’m going to give myself at least 3 business days before I start speculating on season four. Oh come on, you know you are already going there. What will Michael’s life be like now that Jan is living with him in Scranton? Will Dwight and Angela finally go public with their love? Will Andy continue to worm his way into everyone’s lives? Will Meredith finally find her 12 steps (and not the ones that lead from the parking lot to the bar)? And what kind of sweet revenge can we expect from Ryan now that he holds all the power?

Oh and of course what does Season 4 hold in store for Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly? Will we be deprived of witnessing their early courtship? How will the writers keep their relationship as fresh, interesting, and as special as it has been since we first met them. Call me crazy, but I think Season 4 will prove to be important for all future TV couples. Gone will be the days of the curse of “Moonlighting”. The Office will prove that you can have your favorite couples together without it being the downfall of the show. Jim and Pam will continue to be lovable, romantic, funny and angsty…and most importantly NOT BORING. Just wait, you’ll see.

These writers are the BEST at what they do, and they proved it again tonight with this season finale.

Thanks for a great season!! I’ll miss you over the summer Dunder Mifflin. See ya next season!!

…and we’re done!

Comments

126 Responses to “THE OFFICE Season Finale Recap: “The Job””

  1. Jake on May 18th, 2007 12:14 pm

    Re: Ryan possibly being Karen’s assistant

    Wallace wouldn’t have called Ryan to hire him if he’s only Karen’s assistant. Karen would’ve.

    Also, I actually think it’s funnier that Ryan got Jan’s job mostly based on the fact that he has an MBA. No real sales experience but he has a diploma. Truly, that’s logical in the corporate world, though it makes no practical sense. Perfect. Now the guy who’s “never made a sale” gets to boss around one of the best sellers in the company.

    I have a feeling we may see Jan help Michael plot against Ryan next season.

  2. mg714 on May 18th, 2007 12:22 pm

    “I have a feeling we may see Jan help Michael plot against Ryan next season.”

    I think that would be great – I don’t mind seeing “crazy Jan” for a few episodes next season as I think Melora plays that so great, but I do want to eventually see Jan back to her normal self in the corporate world – perhaps taking over David Wallace’s job along with Michael trying to plot against Ryan?

  3. snowballa on May 18th, 2007 1:08 pm

    anyone who knocks karen’s behavior is delusional. you’re allowing your love of pam and jim to unfairly smear karen. if my co-worker openly admitted to loving my boyfriend, i would be hurt and threatened, especially if we had a cordial relationship. i mean, all is fair in love and war and pam can’t help her feelings but she CAN help her actions. she could’ve pulled jim aside and told him instead of putting karen in an awkward situation in front of the entire office. but, pam felt she just needed to get it off her her chest, so i can understand that. also, karen calling pam a “bitch” in response is normal and karen calling jim’s prior look homeless isn’t malicious. you so-called “JAMMERS” are too much for me. i thank god everyday you guys aren’t in the writing room or you would’ve ran this show into the ground a long time ago.

  4. shanmc98074 on May 18th, 2007 1:10 pm

    I read this site daily and haven’t posted before but after last night…and this write up…I have to! I think I may have let out a squeal last night before the waterworks started…..and that was just when Jim found the note with the yogurt lid…..oh my gosh I about jumped through the ceiling when he came through that conference room door. Thank you Office writers for not putting us through the “Moonlighting” will they or won’t they torture. That was a tremendously satisfying hour of television on all storylines…but the JAM storyline really deserves praise. I have faith as GMMR states that next season you will prove that TV’s best couple can be together and still be fresh, interesting, funny and angsty together! Season 4 is going to ROCK!!! Dude…and Ryan getting the job is CLASSIC…they are going to have fun with this one next year!!!

  5. HealthcareHottie on May 18th, 2007 1:28 pm

    Chiming in a little late, but I came home to internet service interruption and I couldn’t get online all night, so I missed the Buddy Chat :-(

    Wow. What can I say. Everyone here summed it up so beautifully. This was a truly fantastic episode. The only thing I didn’t like so much was that they turned Jan into a total crazy person. We used to see her insecurities more bottled up and surpressed, but now she’s letting it all hang out there for everyone to see (pun intended). I’m mean come on, “My job could be our relationship. I can wear stretchy pants and wait for you to come home at 5:15.” Who is this woman?

    I did think it was bitchy of Karen to tell Jim not feel sorry for her though, because I really did feel sorry for her. I’ve been fired and it’s not fun.

    But enough about Michael and Jan. Jim and Pam are back and they couldn’t have brought them together more perfectly. After the first flashback and seeing Jim and Karen having fun together in NY, I thought it was over for JAM for sure. But then came the yogurt lid and Jim’s far away look and when I saw him driving alone I got really excited and Pam’s teary eyed smile of joy was just too much. I think this is the beginning of great things to come for them. The ending with Ryan getting the job confused me, but it was a great twist. They really laid the foundation for a great season 4. Is it September yet?

  6. Diana on May 18th, 2007 1:40 pm

    Best finale of the season…I could not be more satisfied with how they chose to end things. Just perfect.

  7. corporate Booty on May 18th, 2007 2:25 pm

    amazing recap GMMR!
    you nailed everything =)

  8. Carly on May 18th, 2007 2:40 pm

    i reallllllly hope that jim and pam just.. never break up. because that would kill everything they ever had.

  9. Speedmonkey.net on May 18th, 2007 2:51 pm

    I can’t believe I missed the finale for a stupid date. I can’t believe I don’t have TIVO, or a DVR..I can’t believe I care so much. Thanx guys for the recap.

  10. Ham&Cheese on May 18th, 2007 3:01 pm

    GMMR,
    GREAT RECAP!! Your writing is super duper! Maybe you should change the name of your website to Super Duper TV Blogger.com. No, but kidding aside, you captured all the important moments beautifully and brought light to the fact that the show, while overshadowed by the JAMAREN situation, was still HILARIOUS! “Swing Low Sweet Chariot”: Need I say more?

    Thanks for always giving us something interesting to read that connects to what we all love so much!

    And SUPER DUPER props to Jenna, who acted her butt off in that last moment of her talking head. The way her voice cracks and is whispery when she says, “I’m sorry, what was the question?” is just brilliant. Congrats to the writers too. BRAVO!!

    Can’t wait till Season 4!!!

  11. Dani on May 18th, 2007 3:59 pm

    I don’t even know how many times I have watched the last few minutes of that episode. It was so good and totally mademe cry. Definitelya satisfying way to end it for the season. I can’t wait to see what happens next!

    God I love this show…

  12. Becky (other Becky) on May 18th, 2007 4:01 pm

    I just wanted to say, that Dwight with the Big League Chew. Unless I’m completely wrong, that’s bubble gum, made to seem kind of like chewing tobacco so kids can be like the big leaguers. So basically Dwight was trying to spit gum juice into the spit cup. I thought that was hilarious and wasn’t sure if you got that.

    Also, love the recap. Love Jim. Love Pam.

    I teared up at the end with Pam, and, seriously, Jenna Fischer deserves an Emmy for that alone. She rocks.

  13. Jen on May 18th, 2007 4:14 pm

    I had this geeky smile all night last night, and then today at school, I was estatic.

    We’ve entered a new era. Amen.

    Ryan is movin’ on up the Cooperate ladder,
    Jan is, well, going to be wearing a lot of strechy pants in the future,
    Jim and Pam are…YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS I am still on my JAM goodness high. :)

  14. Jen on May 18th, 2007 4:18 pm

    Oh, but waiiittt, Jim’s hair? Tell me John had to cut it for his movies coming up…and that last night was not the new Jim look. I strongly disagree with Meredith’s comments…and how DARE Karen tell Jim how to wear his hair, posessive, (ex) girlfriend!

  15. Trent on May 18th, 2007 4:18 pm

    Wow, didn’t see that coming AT ALL! Ryan?! Guess it’s fitting that a company like Dunder Mifflin hires a paper MBA with no experience – It’s probably still a step up from hiring Michael Scott. :)

    Should be good to see how this all plays out with Karen and Jim next season..

  16. Lauren (GeekCheek/BlondeSheep) on May 18th, 2007 4:54 pm

    You know what I love. The subtle character traits of even the minor characters. David Wallace mirrored Michael during Jim’s interview, “Stupid HR formality. We have this very irritating HR guy here who’s probably the only person here that you’re not going to like . . . Kendall . . . ick . . .”

    Normally I wouldn’t feel the need to respond to a negative comment, but since it was pointed directly at something I said, I feel that I have to respond.

    So, Snowballa. I don’t think that I or anyone else that is “knocking” Karen’s behavior is delusional. Is it a normal response, yes. It’s something that many women do everyday: they try to mold their boyfriends into something that they’re not and disparage women by whom they feel threatened. It’s not malicious, it’s just bitchy, which is what I said. It has nothing to do with “my love for Jim and Pam.” It has everything to do with tact. Just because it’s a normal reaction doesn’t mean that it’s something that I have to like in a real person or in a fictional character. Isn’t that why we like this show in the first place–because the characters are rooted in reality? I have always put my faith in the writers and that they would serve the story in the best way possible, they have always acknowledged the fact that they are fans of Jim and Pam and have trusted them to handle the arc in the best way possible.

  17. jenn on May 18th, 2007 7:55 pm

    OMG! TOTALLY crying and laughing at the same time at the end! One of the best episodes EVER! Nearly perfect!

    Random thoughts:

    Michael showing up on the wrong day. classic. (I did that this week-it was a dr. appt. but still-duh)

    I’ve been thinking about this all day and I really loved the part at the beach when Jim said he was back but not all the way back…what a spot-on description for what we’ve ALL been through with this whole season. Season 3 felt a little off, and I missed the fun Jim from S2. And now it feels, to me, like it’s all going to be okay. Not to sound cliche’…

    I DID have a moment of panic that Jim was going to let Pam down when he asked her out. But, he used the word DATE. That speaks VOLUMES!

    Did Jim just leave Karen in NYC? Wow.

    Oh, the goldmedalyogurtlid! sweet!

    Ryan?! Did not see that coming! That’s going to bring much hilarity in S4.

    Dwight really got a lot done in one day, didn’t he?

    The only thing I didn’t really like was Jan has apparently lost her marbles. I liked her tough, career-driven, and bossing Michael around. But, having her move in with Michael is just crazy waiting to happen. So, that’s Fun!

    Such fabulousness! Smiled everytime I thought about it today.
    I think Jim has ruined me for all others! The haircut? swooon!

    Can’t wait ’til September!

  18. Stephster on May 18th, 2007 10:53 pm

    I was so afraid it’d be a cliff hanger like last year. I mean, last year’s cliff hanger was good–but I just didn’t want to go through THAT kind of torture again (waiting for fall, I mean). I was freaking out through the whole episode. I literally got mad at Karen for making Jim go to New York early. (I was yelling at her–is that sad?) I then got afraid that it’d be a really lame ending. But then, Jim pulled out Pam’s little good luck note. CUTE!!! Then it cut to the beach scene, OHHHH!!! Then, in a state of panic, I was certain Jim would TAKE the job just so he wouldn’t hurt Pam again (a moment of insanity on my part). But then, THE TALKING HEAD AT THE END!!! Oh my heck, I was, and still AM, SOOOO HAPPY THAT I JUST WANT TO FLY TO SCRANTON AND HUG THEM BOTH!!! (Except that that cannot happen in real life). I LOVE JAM!!! As for the Ryan thing. Well, I don’t really like Ryan anyway, but it totally was an unexpected ending. I can’t wait until season four!!!

  19. Lisa on May 19th, 2007 1:27 pm

    Great season finale. I have watched it about 15 times since Thursday. I am so happy and giddy. Starting at the beginning, Michael showing up a day early is just so Michael Scott. At least he didn’t seem like a total idiot. Now back to Scranton. Karen just OMG! What is wrong with her. Pam had the right to say what she felt and during her little speech at the beach she even mentioned that it was okay that Jim was with Karen. She accepted it and it was fine. Pam did not speak bad about Karen and did not attack her, why did Karen have to call her a bitch? Pam didn’t do anything to her. She just missed her friend, there is nothing wrong with that.
    I loved Kevin, Andy, and Dwight in this episode! Kevin was so funny making his lists about Karen and Pam! Andy being Dwight’s number 2 was so crazy. It was almost like he was back to when he was Michael’s suck-up! Haha. Dwight was so funny trying to take control of the office. Shrute-bucks! So funny! He seemed really hurt when Stanley said he didn’t want any. I loved his connection with Pam in this episode. Oh and Pam “absolutely I do!” haha! Pam saying she wished Jim was there is how I felt. He would have loved to see Dwight trying to take over the office! Haha!
    Oh I did love the Pam/Jim moment when they saw Jan’s boob job! I hated how Karen interrupted it though!
    The interviews:
    Michael- I didn’t think he was ever going to get the job, but I am surprised that he wasn’t a total idiot. I am wondering why they even thought to interview Michael.
    Karen- She is so quick to turn on everyone isn’t she. Look at how fast she turned on Michael when she was asked about what she thought about him “off the record”. Karen seemed a little cool sometimes during the season, but this episode all of her bad qualities were present.
    Jim- I think Jim was a shoe-in I think he had to turn down the job, or withdraw because I think he would have gotten the job.
    Pam/Jim/Karen: Well we got to see Jim and Karen outside of the office. They aren’t a very loving couple it seems. They have fun, but more friend fun than couple fun. Karen just belittles Jim so much I don’t understand how he could ever be happy with her. She had him cut his hair because he looked homeless and she made fun of him when they got into New York. Jim is not enough for her, she has to change him. It almost reminds me of Women’s Appreciation when Karen said, “every relationship has it’s rough spots sometimes you just got to push through it”. She pushed Jim through so much and changed so much about him and nothing about her.
    Pam’s note to Jim was perfect Pam/Jim! I mean it was something that would remind him of a better day they had together, a day he was passionate about, and about Pam! Oh and the receptionist at corporate…that part was wonderful, the look of Jim’s face! Haha!
    JAM MOMENT! First date! That was the cutest thing. How Jim asked her out for dinner. I loved Pam’s face when she turned back to the camera! I wish we could have had a little more Pam and Jim, but it was still good!

  20. Emily on May 20th, 2007 6:04 pm

    This was soooooo great!!!!! I was jumping up and down when jim asked pam out on a date!!!! I use to like Karen because she didnt know how much we loved JAM but right after she called Pam a bitch one half of me was like wow she’s that scared of Pam now and the other half was like i hope u say that to jim so he can see what you are really like.

  21. ciji on May 21st, 2007 12:44 pm

    I must say, Dunder Mifflin is probably the WORST run company out there. Ryan at Corporate? Was it just his MBA? because it certainly wasn’t his experience…

    No wonder Staples is kicking their a$$es.

  22. emily on May 21st, 2007 8:49 pm

    AMEN!

    great review!

    i feel the EXACT same way!

    i couldnt have said it better myself.

    the office writers really ARE amazing at what they do.
    i dont know how they can think of these things…. but however they do it… they should keep it up!!

    CAN I GET A JAM CHANT ANYBODY?!

    JAM JAM JAM JAM!

  23. Larry Lee Moniz on May 23rd, 2007 2:36 am

    Kath,

    That was the best review of a TV show… EVER!
    You really hit every nail right on the head.
    I couldn’t agree with you more about the wild ride season 3 was for us all. But the nicest thing was, it all paid off!

    I am so glad to have discovered this gem of a show called The Office. It is my favorite show, and has actually brought me and a new friend closer together!

    Thanks for all the great work you have done this year in informing us, making us laugh, and completely delighting us with you commentary.

    You deserve a Dundie!

    Larry Lee Moniz

  24. mat touring on June 4th, 2007 4:15 am

    I think Karen got the job.
    And Ryan becomes her assistant in NY.
    After all, she is qualified (probably a MBA grad), made sales, and ATTENDED the interview. The interview was disrupted by Jan/David scene before.
    It’s was just a camera trick that didn’t show the conversation between the CFO and her..but showing as if it was Ryan whom he was talking to. That’s why Ryan broke of with Kelly.
    Jim did call or see her before went back to Scranton and she opt to stay with her friends to celebrate. Which was not shown in The Job episode.
    She would move back to NY (without Jim, of course) and might be in the show occasionally as she now has her own show with NBC. Instead it will be Ryan who will visit Scranton more often and deal with Michael. This will be fun!
    As for Jim and Pam, they will remain close friends, dating, flirting with so much sexual tension between them, being adorable, and play pranks on Dwight. Roy might be back to the show to win Pam back.
    Maybe we would see more of Dwight/Angela romance in the Season 4?
    Kudos to the producers & writers of the show. They deserve the Emmy!
    ..This is just my opinion. cheers.

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