Originally posted by StingArmyI don't think you're off at all. I think they're purposely building up to Pam breaking up with Jim due to all of his shortcomings or (less likely) Jim breaking up with Pam because he sees that she feels he's not good enough for her. I'm talking long term, though, like maybe by the end of a full season.
I hope you're both wrong. I mean, I suppose they're building up to some sort of rift between Jim and Pam, but I don't see why it has to big enough to break them up. Who's to say that Pam and Jim don't struggle for a little while, but ultimately Jim realizes that he can achieve his dreams and he and Pam are better off for it? And so Jim becomes a sports writer and he and Pam move to Philly, where her burgeoning art career can take off. I suppose that would make a fitting finale.
Nah, make it more like a real office relationship. They thought it was gonna rock, it ended up just being ok so they go back to being friends after a while. Akward for a bit, but fine within a few months. Just so long as they stay the hell away from any wedding bullshit I'm cool.
My office of 60 people has 4 couples who met and got married while working here, so I don't see how a breakup is any more "real" than having them do the wedding bullshit.
Originally posted by LeroyI think it'll eventually be revealed that Jim turned down the corporate job in NY to be with Pam in Scranton.
I am about 0 for 1,263,924 in television series predictions - but that just means I'm due.
Perhaps to add to that...he recommended Ryan for the position?
I've seen 17 movies so far this year: Because I Said So - (2*); Borat - (5*); Children Of Men - (4*); Die Hard 4 - (5*); Evan Almighty - (3.5*); Fantastic Four 2 - (4.5*); Hairspray - (5*); Harry Potter 5 - (4*); Knocked Up - (4*); The Last Mimsy - (4*); Mr. Brooks - (4*); Resident Evil: Extinction - (3.5*); Shrek The Third - (3*); Simpsons Movie - (3*); Spiderman 3 - (3.5*); Superbad - (1*); Transformers - (2*)
It's probably smart. If you only have three regional managers do you really need someone in between? For such a simple company? It's not like an RVP overseeing double digit district managers overseeing several score offices/stores.