History Heartwarming / TheOfficeUS

4th May '17 8:35:07 PM Dragon496
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4th May '17 8:29:58 PM Dragon496
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* Darryl playing along with Erin after she believes that he must sneak out of the office to go to his job at Athlead. Which includes putting a giant stuffed bear wearing a shirt, called Bear-yl, in his office.

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* Darryl playing along with Erin after she believes that he must sneak out of the office to go to his job at Athlead.Athlead, just because it makes her happy. Which includes putting a giant stuffed bear wearing a shirt, called Bear-yl, in his office.
4th May '17 8:29:03 PM Dragon496
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* Despite not willing to admit it, Dwight does think enough of Jim to be genuinely upset when he leaves in "Dwight Christmas" to the point of cutting his Christmas party short, and is very visibly ecstatic when he returns.

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* Despite not willing to admit it, Dwight does think enough of Jim to be genuinely upset when he leaves in "Dwight Christmas" to the point of cutting his Christmas party short, and is very visibly ecstatic when he returns.returns.
* Darryl playing along with Erin after she believes that he must sneak out of the office to go to his job at Athlead. Which includes putting a giant stuffed bear wearing a shirt, called Bear-yl, in his office.
9th Apr '17 9:35:29 AM TheGuyWhoWatchedTV
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**In the same episode, Dwight and Michael drive to the CFO's house to convince him not to close Scranton branch. While this act in itself is heartwarming, the real heartwarming moment comes when Michael and Dwight (who have been waiting for the CFO to return home all day) discuss their favorite moments from the office. Dwight's favorites include his first day, his first sale, the basketball game, and Michael driving him to the hospital. Dwight then asks what Michael's favorite moments were:
-->'''Michael:''' All of them. I loved them all. Every single one.
13th Dec '16 4:08:18 PM Bdem
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* Michael's song parody, "The Diwali Song." The lyrics are mostly dumb, and he's been an insensitive asshole the entire night, but the thought put into it and his passion as he sings (along with Dwight's intense back-up on guitar) show that he really does care about his colleague's holiday. The appreciative response from the crowd shows they know this.
8th Nov '16 1:53:36 PM SaniOKh
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** In a deleted scene, the employees realise that the most senior member of their group is the office plant. They decide to take it out and plant it in the sun, so that it can have the freedom that so many of them have gained.

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** In a deleted scene, the employees realise that the most senior member of their group is the office plant. They decide to take it out and plant it in the sun, so that it can have the freedom that so many of them have gained.gained.
* Despite not willing to admit it, Dwight does think enough of Jim to be genuinely upset when he leaves in "Dwight Christmas" to the point of cutting his Christmas party short, and is very visibly ecstatic when he returns.
14th Sep '16 8:38:08 PM lilac
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* Jim and Pam's vacation at Schrute Farms, especially the scene that shows Dwight reading Harry Potter to Jim, Pam, and Mose. Pam gives Dwight a good rating for Schrute farms. Despite some weird moments, she and Jim really did enjoy their stay there.
30th Aug '16 9:19:41 PM ElegantVamp
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** Pam's marriage however is under strain recently with Jim away in Philadelphia working at his new business.
30th Aug '16 9:19:01 PM ElegantVamp
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* Andy's 12 drummers drumming for Erin's secret santa gift

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* Andy's 12 drummers drumming for Erin's secret santa Santa gift



---->'''Pam''':"It was fun though because I got to hang out with Andy Bernard. He's really cool."
---->'''Erin''':"Yeah, he is!"
---->'''Pam''':(suprised) "Yeah, he is."
---->'''Erin''':"He's like the coolest person I ever met!"

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---->'''Pam''':"It ---->'''Pam''': "It was fun though because I got to hang out with Andy Bernard. He's really cool."
---->'''Erin''':"Yeah, ---->'''Erin''': "Yeah, he is!"
---->'''Pam''':(suprised) ---->'''Pam''':(surprised) "Yeah, he is."
---->'''Erin''':"He's ---->'''Erin''': "He's like the coolest person I ever met!"



* What Dwight does in "China": [[spoiler: He and Pam are fighting it out as building owner and office manager respectively. Pam realizes she's inevitably going to lose because she is just making things up as she goes along, and breaks down to Jim in the stairwell about how she fails at everything. Suddenly Dwight's assistant delivers her a book of building standards that Dwight has violated, and Pam uses that information to force Dwight to go back on his more draconian policies. Dwight talking heads about how he did only capitulated to keep Pam from carrying through on her threats so he can keep leeching off her work. Under this, on screen, we see flashbacks of Dwight seeing the breakdown on the stairs, showing his assistant the law books, and making him give it to Pam so that she would win their fight and feel good about herself. Before he drives away he watches her smile in the rearview mirror.]] Could double as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.
* In 'Viewing Party' Erin spends the whole episode trying to get Michael to like Gabe. Michael can't understand why it so important to her and when she confronts him he yells "its not like I'm your father!" Erin's silence makes it clear that she does indeed consider Michael to be a father-figure, and when Michael realizes this he starts saying typical dad phrases like 'go to your room'. They are both grinning the whole time and its such a sweet moment for Erin who's an orphan, and Michael who desperately wants family.

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* What Dwight does in "China": [[spoiler: He and Pam are fighting it out as building owner and office manager respectively. Pam realizes she's inevitably going to lose because she is just making things up as she goes along, and breaks down to Jim in the stairwell about how she fails at everything. Suddenly Dwight's assistant delivers her a book of building standards that Dwight has violated, and Pam uses that information to force Dwight to go back on his more draconian policies. Dwight talking heads about how he did only capitulated to keep Pam from carrying through on her threats so he can keep leeching off her work. Under this, on screen, we see flashbacks of Dwight seeing the breakdown on the stairs, showing his assistant the law books, and making him give it to Pam so that she would win their fight and feel good about herself. Before he drives away he watches her smile in the rearview rear-view mirror.]] Could double as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome.
* In 'Viewing Party' Erin spends the whole episode trying to get Michael to like Gabe. Michael can't understand why it so important to her and when she confronts him him, he yells "its "I'm not like I'm your father!" Erin's silence makes it clear that she does indeed consider Michael to be a father-figure, and when Michael realizes this he starts saying typical dad phrases like 'go "go to your room'.room". They are both grinning the whole time and its such a sweet moment for Erin who's an orphan, and Michael who desperately wants family.



* In 'Garage Sale', Michael tries to make [[spoiler:proposing to Holly]] a grand romantic gesture and manages to pull it off beautifully; first, he gets her an enormous [[spoiler: engagement ring after mistaking the three months salary rule as 3 years.]] Next, he brings her on a tour of the office building, reminding her of all the milestones they experienced there. Finally, he brings her to the hall that leads to the annex where all of his colleagues are gathered holding candles and he tells her that this is where their love will face it's greatest test. [[spoiler: One by one, Jim, Stanley, Oscar, Gabe, Ryan and Angela propose to Holly and she refuses each of them. Then he brings her into the annex which he has filled with candles, gets down on one knee and proposes in a yoda impression, as a call back to one of their first conversations, while the sprinklers go off, mirroring Jim's proposal. She accepts, again in a yoda voice]] It's especially sweet to see Stanley and Angela, who usually appear to hate Michael the most, participating in his gambit, and being just as happy as everyone else when he succeeds.


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* In 'Garage Sale', Michael tries to make [[spoiler:proposing to Holly]] a grand romantic gesture and manages to pull it off beautifully; first, he gets her an enormous [[spoiler: engagement ring after mistaking the three months salary rule as 3 years.]] Next, he brings her on a tour of the office building, reminding her of all the milestones they experienced there. Finally, he brings her to the hall that leads to the annex where all of his colleagues are gathered holding candles and he tells her that this is where their love will face it's greatest test. [[spoiler: One by one, Jim, Stanley, Oscar, Gabe, Ryan and Angela propose to Holly and she refuses each of them. Then he brings her into the annex which he has filled with candles, gets down on one knee and proposes in a yoda Yoda impression, as a call back to one of their first conversations, while the sprinklers go off, mirroring Jim's proposal. She accepts, again in a yoda Yoda voice]] It's especially sweet to see Stanley and Angela, who usually appear to hate Michael the most, participating in his gambit, and being just as happy as everyone else when he succeeds.




* In 'Paper Airplanes', just after the Tearjerker that is Pam and Jim being out of sync, Pam rushes after Jim. It takes a while before Jim hugs Pam and refuses to let go of her. They cut from this scene to the wedding, until Pam finally hugs back. Then they say "I love you" at the same time, finally showing they got back into sync after all this time. The next episode shows this sticking - Jim stayed in Scranton for Pam's sake. Excuse me... I might be crying a little.

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* In 'Paper Airplanes', just after the Tearjerker that is Pam and Jim being out of sync, Pam rushes after Jim. It takes a while before Jim hugs Pam and refuses to let go of her. They cut from this scene to the wedding, until Pam finally hugs back. Then they say "I love you" at the same time, finally showing they got back into sync after all this time. The next episode shows this sticking - Jim stayed in Scranton for Pam's sake. Excuse me... I might be crying a little.
30th Aug '16 8:45:56 PM ElegantVamp
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* After Michael acts cols toward Holly in "Business Ethics", he ''immediately'' stops being so when one of the other HR Reps acts like a {{Jerkass}} to her. Then, when most of the employees refuse to continue the ethics meeting, it is ''Michael'' who loudly demands that they do and for the rest of the meeting, he doesn't act out. Letting Holly do the meeting her way.

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* After Michael acts cols cold toward Holly in "Business Ethics", he ''immediately'' stops being so when one of the other HR Reps acts like a {{Jerkass}} to her. Then, when most of the employees refuse to continue the ethics meeting, it is ''Michael'' who loudly demands that they do and for the rest of the meeting, he doesn't act out. Letting Holly do the meeting her way.
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