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15 Nov 2019 By the very definition of the word, Jim Halpert and Pam Beesly's first kiss occurred in Season 2, Episode 1 of The Office, titled, "The Dundies." As 

Jan 31, 2021 · The Office: ‘Jim’ John Krasinski Kisses ‘Pam’ On Public Demand But There’s A Twist! (Photo Credit – Saturday Night Live/Twitter/The Office/Instagram) It was a great evening when Jim Jim, you gotta kiss Pam." After the audience chants "kiss Pam," Krasinski looks into the camera, shrugs and proceeds to kiss Davidson, to delighted cheers from the audience. "That did feel really Creed sees Jim and Pam kiss, and the camera crew interviews him about it. Language: English Words: 197 Chapters: 1/1 Comments: 2 Kudos: 3 Hits: 126; Michael Gets a Nov 17, 2019 · There are two very important moments for Jim and Pam shippers that come up early on in The Office: season two's premiere, when Pam kisses Jim in the heat of the moment while heavily intoxicated at May 14, 2020 · Jim & Pam's First Kiss On 'The Office' Was A Nerve-Wracking Day On Set. By Corinne Sullivan. May 14, 2020. You'd think on-screen kisses would be NBD for actors. Apparently, that's not always the

8 Oct 2009 Season 2, "The Dundies": Jim and Pam's first unofficial kiss, which is cute but doesn't really count given that Pam is pretty hammered after an 

2021. 1. 31. · ‘Saturday Night Live’: John Krasinski And Pete Davidson Reenact Pam & Jim’s ‘Office’ Kiss. By Zach Seemayer, ETOnline.com. 31 Jan 2021 9:18 AM 2021. 1. 31. · Jim, you gotta kiss Pam.” The two locked lips and then shared a laugh about the skit. The A Quiet Place actor paid tribute to The Office once more during the … 2018. 5. 9. · Everyone remembers the first time Jim and Pam shared their first real kiss. It was in “Casino Night,” in season 2, and it was epic, to say the least. It was a lot of tension finally releasing and left fans guessing what was going to happen with them next thanks to a cruel but brilliant cliffhanger. But that wasn't their actual first kiss.

2021. 1. 31. · Kenan Thompson played a die hard fan of ‘The Office’ as he demanded that John’s fictional character Jim ‘kiss Pam’ from the audience! This one is for The Office fans. After a nine month delay, John Krasinski, 41, finally made his debut hosting Saturday Night Live.During his opening monologue, the actor tried to stay on topic about why hosting meant so much to him, …

A lot of people assume they Jim and Pams first kiss was casino night season 2 episode 22. Which was was when Micheal held a casino night in the warehouse. When Jim confesses his true love for Pam. When Pam calls her mom Jim comes up to the office 2021. 1. 13.

2021. 1. 31. · ‘Saturday Night Live’: John Krasinski And Pete Davidson Reenact Pam & Jim’s ‘Office’ Kiss. By Zach Seemayer, ETOnline.com. 31 Jan 2021 9:18 AM

In the Season 3 opener, "Gay Witch Hunt," it's revealed in a flashback to the scene that after the kiss, Pam tells Jim that even though she has feelings for him, she's  7 Jan 2021 The first time the couple kiss is actually back in season two, episode 22 of the show, called 'Casino Night'. In the heartbreaking scenes, Jim finally 

Top 10 Cutest Jim & Pam Moments on The Office // Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/c/MsMojo?sub_confirmation=1Jim and Pam from The Office is undoubtedly one

31 Jan 2021 John Krasinski, Jim from "The Office," hosted 2021's first episode of "Saturday Night Live," and he kissed Pete Davidson, who pretended to be  13 May 2020 Technically, Jim and Pam first kissed during "The Dundies" (Season 2, Episode 1 ), but many don't think that kiss counts because Pam drunkenly  13 May 2020 At the end of the episode "Casino Night", Jim confesses his love for Pam but is rejected. They later share a surprising kiss that left fans hanging  14 Nov 2019 Case in point, the official Twitter account for the beloved NBC series inadvertently triggered a firestorm this week by innocently tweeting out a “fun  30 Jan 2021 “Kiss Pam, kiss Pam,” Moffat, Thompson and Nwodim chant. Serving as musical guest for Saturday night's episode was Machine Gun Kelly. See