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How Jim and Pam’s wedding in the office narrowly escaped disaster

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As reported by Everyone, interviews in “Welcome to Dunder Mifflin” revealed that series author Greg Daniels’ original idea for Jim and Pam’s wedding was a bit over-the-top and involved the unexpected return of an ex-fiance by Pam, Roy (David Denman). Notably, producer and director Paul Feig called the original version of the scene “crazy”.

Explaining his original idea for the scene, Daniels said, “Dwight was staying at the hotel and he was looking at all these pictures of animals going over this falls, and Roy showed up on a horse trying to He dropped the horse, and Dwight gathered it together and he got on the horse and he started going over the falls, riding a horse, and then he realized it was an idea. terrible. He jumped out at the last minute. And while Pam and Jim were getting married, a horse ran in the background.” Daniels went on to reveal his collaborators’ reaction to the idea. , saying, “People are just screaming at me. They’re like, ‘You can’t let a horse die at the most romantic time!'”

Despite its quirks, the idea was really close to making it into the episode — until the show’s cast intervened. “It was part of the Dwight story and I wanted it to balance the unflinching romance of plot A, but after reading it, the cast sat down and told me I was wrong and I listened. listen to them,” Daniels revealed. . “It’s like an intervention of ordinary people in the life of a comedy addict.”

To balance out the episode’s romance, the show’s creative team came up with the Dunder Mifflin team’s “Forever” dance scene at the last minute.

https://www.looper.com/663981/how-jim-and-pams-wedding-on-the-office-narrowly-escaped-a-disaster/ | How Jim and Pam’s wedding in the office narrowly escaped disaster

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