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'The Office' director Ken Kwapis on filming Jim and Pam's 'Casino Night' kiss

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'The Office' director Ken Kwapis on filming Jim and Pam's 'Casino Night' kiss

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“I just needed you to know, once” Jim and Pam on Casino Night in colored pencil

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Guys I was rewatching the office and I noticed Jim and Pam kissed on Casino night!!! Never noticed before!

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“I just need you to know, once.” The Office’s Jim and Pam in the Casino Night episode, colored pencil

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I made a lofi hiphop edit and beat with jim and pam kissing on casino night.

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Was Creed the reason Jim just walks in and kisses Pam in the office on Casino Night?

Just going through a rewatch here and in season 5 episode 16, Andy runs out to Oscar and Creed freaking out about asking that client out. After Oscar rushes to his desk, Creed gives Andy advice on what to do. He talks about just talking charge and going in there and kiss her. Andy says how it seems risky and that's when Creed says, "Have I ever steered you wrong, Jim?". I used to just think that it was Creed being Creed but now it's making me wonder if Jim had a little talk with Creed too after his confession to Pam.
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So I just started watching the office and I just finished casino night and I just wanted to know do pam and Jim get together

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Does Jim or Pam win blackjack in Casino Night? I don’t know the rules and I can never tell by the reactions/dialogue.

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It shows a lot about Jim's character that he considers his and Pam's first kiss happened during casino night and not when Pam kissed him while she was drunk at the dundies.

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12 years ago today, “Casino Night” aired and we were blessed with the first ever Jim/Pam kiss

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Question about Casino Night and the Pam and Jim Arc

One thing that I’ve never really understood and has somewhat bothered me about the Pam & Jim arc is the the strange disregard of their own feelings for each other that borders on unrealistic.
Throughout the entirely of season 2 their flirtations get to the point where it’s more or less rediculous for either them to not admit that they’re in love with each other, yet neither of them still never make any direct confession towards one another (which at various times could have very easily cemented their romance).
And then we have the infamous finale, Casino Night, where Jim finally admits his love to Pam, but Pam, surprisingly quickly and adamantly, rejects his advance. Cut to a few scenes over we see Pam admitting to her mom on the phone that she’s in love with Jim followed by Jim entering and the two having a very passionate kiss.
Cut to the beginning of season three and we learn that Pam AGAIN rejects Jim even after basically admitting that she loves him and decides to stay with Roy. Now my general question is - was this an unrealistic series of events that the writers used to draw out more romantic suspense for another season? Or is there some sort of psychology/love dynamic that’s goes over my head and legitimizes the way things played out, and if so could someone explain it?
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[The Office US] Jim and Pam kissed twice on Casino Night.

Slamming through The Office on Netflix and I caught something.
The Season 2 Finale "Casino Night" is known for having the cliffhanger ending where Jim kisses Pam. Here it is for those of you who haven't seen it and need your heart warmed.
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 still going to marry her fiance Roy (Youtube does not have a clip of this scene, so just imagine a mace beating your heart over and over again).
The thing is, in each of these scenes, the kisses are different. In "Casino Night," Jim kisses Pam, and they look at each other like they don't know what to do next. "Gay Witch Hunt" opens the scene with the two mid-kiss, and when it's over Jim smiles and says "You have no idea how long I wanted to do that."
Any other show, you could give a little suspension of belief due to the difficulty of shooting the exact same scene after a season break. But "The Office" is meant to be a documentary. The camera crew exists within the show, so when the footage isn't the same... it isn't the same.
My theory is that Jim kissed Pam on Casino Night, then after he let her go, she kissed him back. That's why he looks more confident after the kiss in the flashback.
It's a small theory for a big moment.
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I noticed something when Pam and Jim kiss for the first time by Jim's desk during the Casino​ Night episode. Pam uses the phone from Jim's desk but not the one at her desk. It probably would've been easier just to go to her desk.

I don't know if this has been posted before. I'm new to this sub.
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RT @theofficenbc: On this day in #TheOffice history, Jim and Pam kissed at Casino Night! https://t.co/Z4u3nGeElb https://t.co/5qRSxNiQUm

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[The Office] Toby and The Scranton Strangler

I posted this on DunderMifflin as well.
Even though we are are never actually told who he Scranton Strangler (SS) is, there is a lot of evidence that points to the possibility that Toby is the SS.
I was just watching S2E22 - Casino Night, there is a scene in which Toby beats Michael in a game of Poker and takes his money. In the interview with Toby straight after this scene, Toby states that it "felt good to take money from Michael, I am gonna chase that feeling". What if this is an early indication that Toby starts to chase that adrenalin rush and eventually turns to murder to give him that rush. We also need to remember how Toby is later in the series, no-one pays attention to him, he has to watch Pam date, marry and start a family with Jim, as well as the horrible way Michael treats him. This all contributes to the possibility that Toby is the Scranton Strangler.
I know this theory has been posted many times over but I thought I'd give my opinion on it.
I hope you enjoy
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Here’s a quiz that me and my siblings have come up with, we’ve seen the series an unhealthy amount of times and we wanted to make a tough quiz (with the exception of a couple east ones). Let us know what you think!

Office Quiz
  1. What is Robert California’s real name?
  2. Which employees go to Gettysburg?
  3. Which three characters dress up as the Joker on the same Halloween?
  4. Name the transfers from Stamford
  5. What is Robert California’s wife’s first name
  6. What is the one kind of pie pam doesn’t like?
  7. What is the name of dwights neighborhood watch?
  8. What is princess unicorns catchphrase?
  9. What is the name of the party that kelly throws over the summer that Jim and Dwight do not attend?
  10. Which branch do Holly and Michael announce is closing at the company picnic?
  11. What is David Wallace’s sons name?
  12. What are Dwights code names for Jan and Carol in Casino Night?
  13. What show does Michael make the office watch the same episode of six times?
  14. Where is Andy and Erins first kiss?
  15. What brand of chips do Karen and Jim spend the day looking for?
  16. What is the name of the orientation video that Michael showed to Jim on his first day?
  17. Where does Jans sister live?
  18. Who is the first warehouse worker to make a sale?
  19. “Secret secrets are no fun; secret secrets hurt someone” who says it?
  20. What does C.R.I.M.E A.I.D stand for?
  21. What episode do Pam and Roy get back together?
  22. Jo and ___ have slept with three of the same men.
  23. What is the name of Michaels nephew
  24. How did Andy get the nickname “boner champ”?
  25. How much money did Michael pay for a caprese salad?
  26. What kind of car does pams mom drive?
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Toby and The Scranton Strangler

I posted this FanTheories as well.
Even though we are are never actually told who he Scranton Strangler (SS) is, there is a lot of evidence that points to the possibility that Toby is the SS.
I was just watching S2E22 - Casino Night, there is a scene in which Toby beats Michael in a game of Poker and takes his money. In the interview with Toby straight after this scene, Toby states that it "felt good to take money from Michael, I am gonna chase that feeling". What if this is an early indication that Toby starts to chase that adrenalin rush and eventually turns to murder to give him that rush. We also need to remember how Toby is later in the series, no-one pays attention to him, he has to watch Pam date, marry and start a family with Jim, as well as the horrible way Michael treats him. This all contributes to the possibility that Toby is the Scranton Strangler.
I know this theory has been posted many times over but I thought I'd give my opinion on it.
I hope you enjoy
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Casino Night- The Office

(Major Spoilers!!) After Jim confesses his true feelings to Pam, the camera finds her at Jim’s desk on the phone with her mom. Though we cannot hear what her mother is saying, Pam says “he’s like my best friend..” then, after some silence, goes on to say “Yeah I think I am.” I think this is in response to her mom asking if she’s in love with Jim. But before she can finally admit it and explicitly say it, Jim walks in and she says “Mom I have to go.” Once again, Pam is avoiding acknowledging how she really feels, and she doesn’t express them to Jim until the end of season 3, in which she tells Jim she really wished “he would come back” in the Beach Games episode. Overall, the real theory here is why the episode is called casino night. I think it’s symbolic; in the way that people gamble at a casino, Jim is ultimately doing the same thing by taking the risk of finally being honest with Pam. Also that Pam is risking her own happiness by not being honest with Jim or herself. In the end, there’s a lot at stake for both of these characters and they have a lot to lose, just like in a casino.
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The office is a really toxic show

Okay okay hear me out. I loved the office I feel like I must have watched it through a dozen times, I’d probably be watching it now if not for my SO cheating on me. She received a gift from her AP and it was one of those stupid music boxes that played the theme some; I smashed it of course, how dare she bring it home let alone recive it but I digress. That show is a cesspool of cheating and shitty relationships.
Pam is engaged to Roy when she kisses Jim initially, then then emotionally cheats on Jim with the sound guy. Kathy tried to get Jim to cheat with her in Florida. The running joke with Stanley is that he is cheating on his wife with at least one woman if not more regularly and the he cheats on them too. Angela has a secret relationship with Dwight, cheats on him with Andy, gets engaged to Andy and cheats on him with Dwight. When they find out she mentions that it’s not the first time two Guys have fought over her, I’m sure another cheating scenario. Kelly cheats on Daryl with Ryan, and then the pediatrician also with Ryan, Ryan apparently cheats on her all the time. Michael when on a date with pams friend gets picked up by a married bartender and carries out a relationship with her all the while she’s married. He also gets turned down by his landlord for casino night and picks up his plan b, Jan, only to have his landlord un-cancel and he has to juggle two women for the night, the same night pam kisses Jim again after Roy trusts him to take care of her. Oh he took care of her alright. Andy drives to Florida to pick up Erin while he’s dating Jessica and has to stop on the way back; after he gets her, to break up with her only to pussy out the first time and have to go back to do it the second time. Phyllis likes to hit on guys at the bar and have bob vance beat them up. Not to kink shame here but if they’re getting beat up afterwards it sounds like bob isn’t involved in the planning stage. And then she’s worried about him cheating on her with his secretary in the cafe disco episode? Guilt manifests in insecurity’s.
I’m sure I missed some but looking at it from my position now this show is a pretty shitty toxic show for everyone to be obsessed with like we are
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Jim/Jan thoughts for the crowd...

If during the casino night when Jan was upset with Michael, Jim got denied by Pam, and Jan was talking to Jim when she was smoking... if they would have friended each other as two broken hearted people who eventually went into a relationship, what do you think what would have happened to the story line (assuming Jim and Jan broke up at some point over candles and plasma TVs)?
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In Season 2, Episode 22 of The Office, titled "Casino Night," everything changed.. After years of crushing on his friend and co-worker Pam Beesly, Jim Halpert decided to declare his love for her ... It's been nearly 15 years since the "Casino Night" episode of The Office aired, but fans can't seem to get enough behind-the-scenes info on Jim and Pam's big kiss scene.. On the latest episode of the Office Ladies podcast, former co-stars Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey spoke with director Ken Kwapis about his time on the show and what it was like to direct the fan-favorite Season 2 finale. Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam's (Jenna Fischer) relationship changed forever on "Casino Night," the season two finale of "The Office." After two seasons, on which Jim was silently in love with his coworker (even though she already had a bumbling, longterm fiancé), he finally confessed his feelings for Pam — then, they shared a kiss. Tags: the office, season 2, highlight, Dunder Mifflin, casino night, John Krasinski, jim, jenna fischer, Pam, roy, Gambling, Poker, The Talk, emotions, confess, jim ... In a recent episode, Fischer and Krasinski spoke about the season two finale, “Casino Night.” The episode is a big one for Fischer’s and Krasinski’s characters, Jim and Pam, as Jim finally confesses his love to Pam, who rejects him. Pam says, “I can’t.” She begins to say, “You have no idea.” But Jim interrupts. “Don’t do that.” Pam finishes, “what your friendship ... Jim, unsatisfied with Pam's response, kisses her ("Casino Night"). Season 3. After Jim and Pam part from their kiss, Pam decides that she still has to honor her commitment to Roy and tells Jim that she plans to go through with the wedding. Disappointed and broken-hearted, Jim accepts a position at the Stamford branch of Dunder Mifflin. Pam eventually decides to call off the wedding and is seen ...

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