She states in a talking head interview that, "I don't think it's many little girls' dream to be a receptionist" and comments that she would be unfazed if she were let go; however, when Michael mock-fires her, she breaks down.
Upon learning he was joking she calls him a "jerk".
I want to take you back to a magical time called the early 2000s and a little site called My Space.
My Space was a mess of graphic nonsense where we were given far too much authority over our own design options and everything was sparkly and stupid.
At the end of the series, Stanley has retired and moved to a little house on the edge of the Everglades.
He’s finally divorced from the wife he cheated on, and sits on his porch all day carving birds.
Based on the successful UK version created by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, it depicted the day-to-day life of the employees at the Scranton, PA, branch of paper company Dunder Mifflin, as seen through the eyes and camera of a documentary film crew. All the computers were hooked up to the web and since so many scenes required the characters to be sitting in the background looking as if they were working, they kept themselves busy.
Roy's hesitance to set a date for their wedding often leaves Pam hurt; Michael, however, finds it hilarious.
Pam is unenthusiastic about her job, showing a passion and talent for art as early as the Pilot.
While Dwight and boss Michael Scott had a BFF relationship throughout the series, it was in the season finale that the Schrute Farms owner called "office administrator Pamela Beesley Halpert" his "best friend."The two continue to stay in touch, and last month, Fischer gave a shout-out to Wilson's Lidè, an educational initiative that uses the arts and literacy to empower at-risk adolescent girls in rural Haiti, on Twitter.
The organization was raising funds by selling T-shirts and mugs with a photo of Dwight wearing a bear suit and holding beets in space.