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The Messed-Up Part Of The Office That Fans Are Happy To Ignore

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Jim and Pam are considered one of TV’s best couples (via Harper’s Bazaar), but many “The Office” viewers note a few flaws when it comes to the duo. On “The Cimorelli Podcast,” Lisa Michelle Cimorelli summed up why their relationship might not live up to the hype.

In the early seasons, it is widely known in Dunder-Mifflin that Pam is engaged to warehouse worker Roy Anderson (David Denman). But that doesn’t stop Jim from admitting to Michael that he has a crush on her — and even kissing Pam in Season 2, Episode 22 (“Casino Night”). Though Roy isn’t the best fiancé in the world (he’s always reluctant to set a wedding date), Cimorelli said that’s no excuse for Pam to kiss Jim back. She also didn’t like how Jim achieved massive life milestones, like buying his parents’ house and getting a job in Philadelphia, without telling Pam.

“Communication happens in the toilet,” Cimorelli said.

On Reddit, some The Office fans shared the same opinion. But given the toxicity of the other couples — like Stanley Hudson (Leslie David Baker), who blatantly cheats on his wife Teri (Joanne Carlsen) — they can overlook Jim and Pam’s less-than-perfect actions. U/ProbeEmperorblitz said: “Jim and Pam are the best couple on the show. I don’t mean that in an ‘Oh, how beautiful, how perfect, they should be!’ Kind of like some people are fangirls, but they’re still the best, and part of that is just because the other romances… aren’t as good.

Jim and Pam have their share of scary moments, but viewers love rooting for love. Cheating and secrets aside, their story of friendship to romance is ultimately a touching one.



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