‘The Office’: Jenna Fischer Reveals the Heartbreaking Pam and Jim Moments That Made Her Cry

by Jeremy Spirogis
John Krasinski as Jim Halpert and  Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly on The Office

Fans of The Office have discovered the comedy sequence to ship laughs but additionally, once in a while, some tears too. During varied Office Ladies podcast episodes, star Jenna Fischer, who performed Pam, dished on a few of these extra emotional moments between Pam and Jim (performed by John Krasinski) that made her cry and broke her coronary heart.

John Krasinski as Jim Halpert and  Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly on The Office
‘The Office’ John Krasinski as Jim Halpert and Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly | Chris Haston/NBCU Photo Bank

Pam and Jim’s relationship developed over the sequence

Viewers had been taken alongside for the experience of two workplace employees who had been mates who had romantic chemistry. In the early seasons, that was sophisticated by the truth that Pam was engaged to Roy. Jim lastly obtained the nerve to profess his love for Pam within the season 2 finale, solely to be shot down by Pam… however the couple lastly shares a kiss on the finish of the episode.

The relationship was a curler coaster for followers, who had been completely happy to experience the ups and downs towards the couple getting the fortunately ever after they deserved.

‘The sweetest of sweet moments’

Throughout the present’s run, there have been loads of candy moments however one particularly Fischer calls “the sweetest of sweet moments” between Pam and Jim. On the March 18 episode of Office Ladies podcast, Fischer recalled the season 2 episode “The Carpet” which features a very touching second for Pam and Jim she known as “the sweetest of sweet moments.”

After the 2 characters spent a lot of the episode aside,
one thing touching occurs proper on the finish. When Jim leaves for the day, he
stops at his desk and finds that Pam has left him 7 voicemails.

“This complete episode we’ve given you no indication that Pam
is clocking Jim in any method, however Jim walks to his desk, he sees the little
message mild flashing, and he performs his messages,” Fischer defined.

She continued, “Pam has left him 7 voicemails all about her day… and you see him kind of walk to his car as these messages play.”

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The scene that made Fischer cry

On the March 25 Office Ladies podcast, co-stars Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey did a deep dive into the “Boys and Girls” episode the place Jim hurts Pam’s emotions.

Fischer recalled Jim and Pam’s first struggle in season 2, episode 15, known as “Boys and Girls.” Jan visits the Scranton workplace for a “Women in the Workplace” seminar and encourages Pam to pursue an internship.

Pam will get help from Jim however not her fiancé Roy, and Jim throws a little bit of shade about how Roy disregarded Pam’s curiosity within the internship. “This episode is Jim and Pam’s first fight,” Fischer shared. “It’s a real fight.”

Fischer stated she shed actual tears within the episode. “We return
to the speaking head and Pam simply breaks down,” she defined. “She’s speaking
in regards to the terrace, however we all know what she’s actually speaking about. She says ‘it’s
simply not sensible’ and ‘you’re not going to seek out that,’ and what she’s actually
saying is, ‘I’m by no means gonna have Jim. I’m by no means gonna have real love. I’m by no means
gonna be who I wish to be.’”

“Guys, there are occasions as an actor the place your coronary heart simply
breaks on your character. I simply felt her coronary heart breaking and it made my cry,”
Fischer stated of tapping into the emotion of the scene.

“I wasn’t thinking about my dead pet or something like that. I was thinking about how it must feel to have someone not encourage you, to feel trapped, and to feel so alone. And I thought about how the one person who was trying to help me I just pushed that person away,” she added.

‘My heart dropped into my stomach’

One of probably the most emotional scenes to play out between Jim and Pam occurred within the season 2 episode “Casino Night.” During the Office Ladies’ May 13 podcast, Fischer shared how emotional the scene within the car parking zone was, as Jim lastly confessed to Pam, “I’m in love with you.”

Pam rejected Jim, saying that she “can’t” as a result of she’s engaged. When Krasinski improvised the road “Don’t do that” as Pam says his friendship is essential to her, Fischer defined how heartbreaking it was.

“My heart dropped into my stomach,” she defined. The method Krasinski
delivered throughout that weak second, even crying in a few of the takes, she
stated, “It wrecked me.”

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