PAM! PAM PAM PAM!!!

 

PAM!!!!! PAMALAMA DING DONG!!!! TAKE THAT VACATION, QUEEN!!!!

It's beach day and this time we're all invited!

 

 

That's our Pam. Stays in the shadows and then BOOM, hits us over the head with a thirst trap we haven't seen since Kelly encouraged her to buy new clothes. Fashion show! Fashion Show! Fashion show at lunch! Keep doing your thing, Pam.

 

PS: It's actually crazy how comforting The Office still is. Like even last night, I couldn't fall asleep, I put on The Office. It's just a show you can always go back to, no matter what. Put on Stress Relief (part 2) and you'll fall asleep happy. Maybe it's cliche at this points, but I really do go back to The Office more than any other show. I don't know how they figured out the formula, it's like they put an algorithm in the show to keep you coming back, because it's perfect. I mean besides the Will Ferrell episodes and most of the final 2 seasons, but we don't talk about that. I don't mind Robert California so much anymore, but some of the other new characters they bring in flop big time.

 

PS: I know the internet's thing is "Pam stinks, Pam is the worst, blah blah blah". I mean..I don't know...she's a receptionist at a small paper company in Scranton. Like, what do people expect from her? She's insecure, she dropped out of art school, her parents didn't love each other, she was in a manipulative relationship with Roy, has low self-esteem etc. I think they write her pretty perfectly to be honest. She's incredibly flawed. She is selfish a lot of times (uhhh, she goes behind Jim's back and finds out the gender of their baby and then accidentally tells him, ugh). I think we watch TV and expect to see perfect characters, and they never once made Pam perfect, nor tried to. 

Oh and Jim isn't cool either. He's a slacker paper salesman who had no real motive or drive in life until the final season. Him and Pam belong together.