But in real life we aren't totally Pam and totally Jim, so in real life we're not the perfect match…he was like a type of spouse that I had for a long time, he was my partner and we will always be close because of it." (E!
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"I’m watching the office for the first time and I’m very sadden to hear that you two aren’t together in real life," the commenter wrote.
The story is that they conceived this baby at that time and were keeping it a secret until we come back from the summer.” It will be the second child for Pam and Jim, and the plot development conveniently overlaps with Fischer’s real-life pregnancy, which she announced back in May.
“When we started shooting that [Valentine’s Day] episode, I thought to myself, ,” Fischer said.
And I mean this honestly – I can’t do Pam without him.
In the way you need the right partner to have a great marriage, I needed the right costar to have this relationship.