She Said, She Said

Since I’ve seen this pondered on other Office fansites, I thought it would be interesting to start our own OfficeTally discussion.

The question is: in the final minutes of Casino Night, what does Pam’s mom say on the phone?

1. Mom: ?
2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
3. Mom: ?
4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
5. Mom: ?
6. Pam: Yes, I know.
7. Mom: ?
8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
9. Mom: ?
10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
11. Mom: ?
12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
13. Mom: ?
14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
15. Mom: ?
16. Pam: I will.

What’s your take? Specifically, #11? I’ve read everything from “Are you in love with him?” to “Do you think you’re pregnant?”

43 comments

  1. ok…here’s my thoughts (/hopes)…

    1. Mom: Well…when did he say it.
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: And did you respond at all or…
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: Well, Pam, you should have at least…
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: Ok, well, do you have feelings…
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: Yeah, but you’ve said before… Isn’t he…
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: Pam, are you in love with Jim?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: Pam.
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Ok, call…
    16. Pam: I will.

    but who knows…anyone else?

  2. 1. Mom: When did this happen?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: Did you talk to him?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: Pam, you’re engaged!
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: Do you have feelings for Jim?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: He seems like a wonderful guy.
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: Then maybe you’re in love with him?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: What are you going to do?
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Call me later.
    16. Pam: I will.

  3. tanster. ah, so close. but, with my new super-dooper hi-def, i was able to transcribe the actual comments.

    Mom: What do you mean low cut? How low cut?
    Pam: Just a little cleavage mom. It’s no big deal.
    Mom: Pam, how many times have…
    Pam: Mom, Jim said he was in love with me.
    Mom: See?! When did this happen?
    Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    Mom: What did you say? Did you talk to him?
    Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    Mom: You’re going to have to sweetie.
    Pam: Yes, I know.
    Mom: Well, what are you going to say?
    Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    Mom: But you love Roy, right?
    Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    Mom: Are you having second thoughts?
    Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    Mom: Oh, sweetie…
    Pam: Um, I have to go.
    Mom: Call me back, ok?
    Pam: I will.

    pam’s lackluster praise of roy is where her mom first realizes this may be a big deal.

    you know, people ask me how it is i write women so well….

  4. Mom: When did this happen?
    . Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    Mom: What did you say, I mean did you tell him….
    Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    Mom: Wow…
    Pam: Yes, I know.
    Mom: Well, have ever had feelings for him?
    Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    Mom: From what you tell me about him he sounds like a good guy
    Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    Mom: Tell me the truth…. Do you think you may be in love with him?
    Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    Mom: Pam..
    Pam: Um, I have to go.
    Mom: Call later.
    Pam: I will.

  5. When Pam says “he’s great,” her voice noticeably loses the emotion she displayed in her previous declaration of “um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.” That’s why I think “he’s great” is about Roy, not Jim. I like ferd farkel’s transcript because it incorporates my theory (I’m very egotistical) and has Pam confessing to her feelings for Jim without giving everything away. I also think “Are you having second thoughts?” flows more easily than “Do you love Jim?” from “But you love Roy, right?” Just my idea. I really do hope her Mom asked her if she loves Jim, but I’m still not convinced. All your transcripts were great, you guys.

  6. Ah yes, the final minutes of the season finale. Here’s how I think the conversation went:

    Mom: When was the last time nature called you?
    Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    Mom: Were you shocked that Jim was picking his nose? What did you say? Did you tell him that he’s disgusting?
    Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    Mom: Well you can’t beat around the bush for too long.
    Pam: Yes, I know.
    Mom: So you’re gonna confront him?
    Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    Mom: Besides his nasty habit, is he a good friend?
    Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    Mom: Are you gonna announce Jim’s secret of nose picking?
    Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    Mom: Well you’re gonna have to do it in a nice way. Jim’s not gonna be happy if he finds out you’re betraying him
    Pam: Um, I have to go.
    Mom: Don’t wear anything that shows too much skin! And remember to drink lots of milk!
    Pam: I will.

  7. Okay, more seriously:

    Mom: When did he tell you?
    Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    Mom: Well? How did you respond?
    Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    Mom: You’re gonna have to say something to him. He’s heartbroken.
    Pam: Yes, I know.
    Mom: Do think he’s the one for you?
    Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    Mom: Is he a gentleman? Is he a good friend?
    Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    Mom: Are you in love with him?
    Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    Mom: *Sighs* Honey, you’re gonna have to fix this. You’re gonna have to cancel the weddi-
    Pam: Um, I have to go.
    Mom: Well call me if you need any help.
    Pam: I will.

  8. “I knew it was only a matter of time before this turned into Mad Libs, Office Edition. ;)”

    Ha ha. I was just bored. It’s always fun to turn things around.

    “Nice first play, Kenneth.”

    Thanks.

  9. Ferd, you so funny. :)

    Yeah, I understand what you and Adriana are saying about “great” referring to Roy and not Jim. That makes total sense.

    I hereby redact my statement. ;)

  10. I knew it was only a matter of time before this turned into Mad Libs, Office Edition. ;)

    Nice first play, Kenneth.

  11. I’m very afraid that if the conversation with Pam’s mom is revealed next season we’ll all find out Mom
    says: “You have to tell Roy!” Pam: “Yeah, I think I do.” Or worse, Mom: “You have to end the friendship.” Pam: “Yeah, I think I do.”

    I just don’t think we’ll get our happy ending. This show is too reality-based, which is what we all love about it! I don’t think perfect love happens often in real life.

  12. Oops, I’m a dumbass, does she say “Yeah, I think I am.” or “Yeah, I think I do.” ???

    Forgive me.

  13. It seems a little far-fetched that Pam would go from barely being able to accept Jim’s feelings to recogizing not only that she has feelings for him too, but that she is actually in love with him. How could she go from “I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend” to “I think I am (in love with him)”? She’s obviously confused. I think “I think I am” is in response to “Are you having doubts” or even “Are you still in love with Roy.” Because even saying “I THINK I am” in response to the latter question is a pretty huge admission for someone a month away from their wedding date.

  14. You should make this into a poll, but just focus on the line, “yeah, I think I am.”

  15. Ellie,
    You made a very good point. I was thinking that too. Maybe that part of the conversation goes a little more like this:

    Mom: Are you gonna postpone the wedding?
    Pam: Yeah, I think I am.

  16. Whatever “I think I am” means, Pam’s voice indicates that it’s a worrying realization. She stutters a little, she’s reluctant to say it. That could mean she admitted that she loves Jim, likes Jim or simply has doubts about her upcoming wedding. The doubts angle makes the most sense because it’d be awkward for Pam’s mom to transition between asking her about Roy and busting out the momentous question “Are you in love with Jim?” Of course, that all depends on whether “Yeah, he’s great” is about Roy or Jim. (I still maintain that it’s about Roy because of the drop in her voice. She says “Yeah, he’s great” like it’s an obligation. It doesn’t sound heart felt at all. I compare it to when a friend asks you if you like her asshole boyfriend. “Um, yeah, he’s great.”)

  17. Also, I don’t think the pregnant hypothesis makes sense. Why would Pam’s mother ask her that question out of nowhere? Oh, so Jim told you he loves you. By the way, did Roy knock you up? I suppose Pam could have called her mother at some point earlier and said she might be, but then why would her mother ask again? I think it’s interesting, but unlikely, especially since she definitely kissed Jim back.

  18. When I was watching it and trying to figure out the conversation, I was sure that the question to Pam’s response of “Yeah, I think I am” had to do with Roy (e.g. Mom: Are you still in love with Roy?/Are you going to tell Roy, keep this from Roy, etc.) The resignation in Pam’s voice when she says “Yeah he’s great” is, in my opinion, realisation of how much she really likes Jim, not obligation towards Roy as someone else suggested.

    I think it is a response to a question about Roy because I think that we have caught the very beginning of the conversation. Pam phoned her mom, described the conversation with Jim, and then her mom asked when this happened (which would be my first, or one of my first questions). Then Pam’s next three responses would most likely be to questions about Jim (both beacuse we have what she actually said and can work backwards, and also questions about the situation that just occurred would be likely questions from her mom). It would be strange to have this conversation and not mention the fiancee at all, so either “Yeah, he’s great”, or “Yeah, I think I am”, in my opinion, must be a response to a question about Roy, and like I said, I read the emotion of “Yeah, he’s great” as realisation. If her mom did ask her something huge like “Are you going to call off the wedding/ Are you in love with more than one person/ Do you think you are in love with Jim now”, in my opinion, Pam’s simple response of “Yeah, I think I am” doesn’t seem to fit the situation or her character.

    I haven’t seen all the episodes, but I thought there was one I missed where Jim met Pam’s mom and they really got along. (Possibly the Valentine’s one? I missed that one I know). If this is true, than I see Pam’s mom as being supportive of Pam, suprised at the situation, standing up for Roy, but also allowing her to think of Jim as a possibility. I could be getting that confused with the BBC version, or making it up entirely, but if there is an episode like this, my vote is that the conversation went something like this:

    Pam: Mom, Jim just told me he’s in love with me.
    1. Mom: Wow. When?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: What did you say? Did you say anything?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: You are going to have to say something to him eventually you know.
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: Well, the question is, do you feel anything for him?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: But is it more than a friendship? I’ve seen how well you two get along. And he seemed like a really good guy when I met him.
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: Are you saying that you think you could see yourself with him instead of Roy?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: Well, …
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Okay, well call back soon.
    16. Pam: I will.

    I have obsessed over this far to much, but clearly I am not the only one :).

  19. Ok, here’s what I think:

    Mom: When did this happen?
    Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    Mom: Did you talk to him about it?
    Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    Mom: Honey, you’re getting married in a month.
    Pam: Yes, I know.
    Mom: Well…how do you feel about him?
    Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom. He’s my best friend.
    Mom: And then there’s Roy…
    Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    Mom: But now you’re having doubts?
    Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    Mom: Oh Pam…
    Pam: Um, I have to go.
    Mom: Make sure you call me later.
    Pam: I will.

    In my mind, “yeah, he’s great” just has to be about Roy. Her tone of voice changes completely on that line. It becomes sort of flat and mechanical–like she’s reciting something that she’s SUPPOSED to say. And I think that could prompt the “doubts” question b/c her mom would notice the lack of enthusiasm and infer that there may be some doubts there. Also, in Valentine’s Day, Pam’s mom never actually meets Jim. What could Pam’s mom really say about Jim that would prompt Pam to say “yeah, he’s great”?

  20. Ellie is right. “Yeah, he’s great” HAS to be refering to Roy. She just doesn’t say it as enthusiastically, it’s like… It’s like it’s a reminder of the guy she is really with right now (Roy, synonymous with Jerk).

    Well, I found out what I’m doing when I get home. I’m gonna take all the already listed comments, watch the last part of the episode 50 times, and time each pause(where the Mom talks). We’ll see how ‘logical’ some of these comments actually are. Like, can she say: “You’re gonna have to say something to him. He’s heartbroken.” in ‘x’ amount of time? I’ll get back to you when I do. This is going to be my life goal until Season 3. To solve this mystery…

    Here’s what I’ve got so far with just a limited amount of time:

    1. Mom: When?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: Did you talk to him?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: But, Pam, the wedding –
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: Well, what do you think of him?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: And what about Roy?
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom:
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: really matter what she says here, she gets cut off from Pam>
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Call me later.
    16. Pam: I will.

    I’ll get back to you guys on this. :D

  21. This is presuming Mom has already heard a lot about Jim, and has already pretty much figured her daughter out.

    Mom: Finally! When did he tell you?
    Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    Mom: Did you tell him you loved him too?
    Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    Mom: What? You love him. You’ve gotta tell him.
    Pam: Yes, I know.
    Mom: Can you do it?
    Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom. He’s my best friend.
    Mom: C’mon. I never liked Roy. And Jim…
    Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    Mom: Honey, admit it. You’re in love with Jim.
    Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    Mom: Well you’ve…
    Pam: Um, I have to go.
    Mom: Okay. Call me back.
    Pam: I will.

  22. Holy crap, Parker. Not only do we share the same name, but that totally makes sense… I’m gonna have to go back and watch the episode where Pam’s mom comes in and watch her body language and such. That’s quite a possibility… Hmm…

  23. Okay, here’s what I’ve got so far. These aren’t very accurate at all. Had to use a stop watch. ^_^ I’m gonna analyze these later.

    1. Mom: ?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: ? (2.05s)
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: ? (1.49s)
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: ? (2.10s)
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: ? (3.11s)
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: ? (3.09s)
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: ? (2.41s)
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: ? (0.52s)
    16. Pam: I will.

  24. “This is presuming Mom has already heard a lot about Jim, and has already pretty much figured her daughter out.”

    Usually, who knows a daughter better than a mother? You might be able to fool everyone in the world but your mom will see right through you. From what I remember about the Sexual Harrasment episode, Pam’s mom was more interested in seeing who Jim was than talking to her future son-in-law. I think that was a little insight into Pam’s true feelings.

  25. Hit submit too quick!
    A few other points I wanted to make…if Pam’s mom knows that Pam loves Jim because she’s intuitive, that’s one thing. I find it hard to believe that Pam would talk to her mom about having feelings for Jim because a good mother couldn’t let her daughter marry a guy she’s admitted she’s not in love with. So I think Pam’s mom knows but Pam has never admitted it to her. And I also think that the change in her voice when she says “he’s great” is not that she’s talking about Roy but that as she’s saying it she realizes how great Jim is and that she’s about to marry someone else.

    1. Mom: When did this happen?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: Did you say anything?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: You’re supposed to be getting married in a month.
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: Do you have feelings for Jim?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: You speak so highly of him
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great. (realizing she’s engaged)
    11. Mom: Pam, are you having doubts? (noticing the change in tone)
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: ?
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: ?
    16. Pam: I will.

    NBC should hold a contest and whoever comes closest to getting Pam’s mom’s line right wins a trip to meet the cast and be an extra for an episode!!

  26. Ok… after watching this scene 20 times (God, am I turning into one of THOSE people? I do have a life…) here is my guess:

    1. Mom: Oh my gosh, when?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: Did you have any idea? What did you say?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: Oh Pam, you’ll have to talk to him…
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: Do you think you might have feelings for Jim?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: You talk about him all the time…
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: Do you think you might be in love with him?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: Oh honey…
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Ok…call me back…
    16. Pam: I will.

  27. There seems to be a lot of discussion over the “Yeah, he’s great.” line. Although i could see it being in response to a Roy question, i think differently. Although i havent seen Sexual Harrassment (Cant wait till Thursday!), from what i have heard of it, Pam’s mom seems very interested in Jim, and its obvious Pam has talked about him a lot. And as all we viewers know from watching Pam’s talking head segments, and just her being around Jim, her feelings for him are totally crystal clear. So i think it would be pretty easy for her mom to figure out that Pam likes him as more than just a friend. So…on to my point. When Pam and her mom are talking, i envision her mom as really getting into the idea and asking a LOT of Jim questions. So the “Yeah, he’s great.” is in response to her mom gushing about Jim, and Pam is kind of exasperated. This was what i thought the first time i watched it, and every time after. And im not going to try to count how many times that is. This is just my take on the matter though, and im tempted to think that whatever we-the-fans come up with, it’s going to be wrong. Those writers are mighty surprising.

  28. I don’t think she says “Yeah, he’s great” about ROY, I think her voice drops because she is finally allowing herself to admit out loud how she feels about Jim. Before he said anything, it was too risky for her to admit it even to herself or her Mom that she is very close to. Pam is too passive to have made the first move or considered it out loud before, so this is a very big deal for her to speak about it. I think her voice drops like that partly in guilt and partly in relief that it is out in the open?

    Pam and her Mom have talked about Jim before. Pam has said something along the lines of how much she likes him and Mom has read between the lines. Pam has resisted the idea that he loves her because he has never said anything or done anything to show it, (ha, ha, of course he has, but she won’t allow herself to see that). Mom has pointed out that he really can’t say anything since she is engaged. Mom has asked her if she thinks he would act differently if she were not engaged? I think that is what she wanted to ask him after the Dundies, and only then because she was drunk and less inhibited but when she saw the camera she couldn’t. And also Mom has asked her what she would do if Jim did confess that he loved her, would she still marry Roy? Mom has kind of been pushing her to consider not marrying Roy BUT as her Mom she is in a precarious position and when Pam seems to be taking the “safe route” with Roy since Jim hasn’t said anything, she resigns herself to that, doesn’t want to upset Pam. Her Mom knows denial when she sees it, but also doesn’t know Jim or see them together so she can’t say TOO much. Pam kind of knows Mom doesn’t want her to rush into marriage with Roy if she is at all unsure or could have a chance with Jim. So, then Pam calls and tells her what happened and Mom is really wanting to cut to the chase and see if Pam will reconsider Roy in light of all this.

    Mom: When?
    Pam: About 10 minutes ago.
    Mom: Did you say anything to him?
    Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    Mom: You were hoping he would finally say something.
    Pam: Yes, I know.
    Mom: What are you going to do?
    Pam: I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    Mom: But you really like him?
    Pam: Yeah, he’s great. (voice drops as she admits it because she feels so guilty saying it out loud.)
    Mom: Are you in love with him?
    Pam: Yeah, I think I am. I have to go.
    Mom: Call me!
    Pam: I will.

    Another question, what is she going to say after “Listen, Jim…”

    Alison

  29. I definitely don’t think that the “Yeah, I think I am” has the line “Are you going to tell Roy”, “Are you still in love with Roy”, or something like that.

    Probably something involving Roy, but not like those lines, because of the tone she says it in. The emphasis is in the wrong place for her to be saying it in that context.

  30. 1. Mom: When, Pam?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: Did you tell him how you felt?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: But you have had feelings.
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: What are you going to do?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: And you really like him…
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: But are you in love with him?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: Okay,..
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Call me back.
    16. Pam: I will.

  31. I loved doing “Mad Libs” as a kid and this sort of reminds me of that. Fun. :) I doubt the screenwriters will ever elaborate what she Really Says, they probably wanted to leave that up to everyone’s imagination (at least beyond what the episode guide summarizes).

    My take’s fairly similar to others:

    1. Mom: When did this happen?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: Did you tell him how you feel about him?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: The wedding is soon.
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: How do you feel about John?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: Is it something more than that?
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: Are you in love with him?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: ? [I’m not real sure her mom says anything here, maybe it’s just Pam pausing a second?]
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Call me back later, dear!
    16. Pam: I will.

  32. Okay, this is my take on it were Pam a little more outgoing, not so passive, her mom knew Jim better, Pam and her mom had conversations about Jim where Pam subconciously confesses stuff, this is not the very beginning of the conversation, etc.

    1. Mom: He cried? Pam what did you say? When did this happen?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: What happened? Did you tell him?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: You really hurt him….
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: Pam, what about what you told me…….
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: He sounds like a nice guy.
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: Are you going to tell him how you feel?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: Pam…
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Tell him!
    16. Pam: I will.

    Now, don’t get mad at me, I know its probably not very realistic, but….And the, “Mom: Tell him!”, “Pam: I will.” is kinda like Mrs. Beesly saying it, and without thought of what her mom just said, and just wanting to talk to Jim, she said “I will”. So it doesn’t mean that she will tell him, it just means that she wants to talk to Jim about something, and wants to get off the phone. What that something is though, I’ve lost sleep over that. I have a few possibilities, but they’re even more unrealistic than the conversation I just wrote, so….:)

  33. As much as I would like to think the “Yeah, I think I am” is about Jim, I’m not so sure. Although, she was going to say something to Jim before he kissed her, so I wonder what that was going to be.

  34. 1. Mom: when was this?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: did you say anything?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: honey…you’re engaged to be married this june..
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: well…how do you feel about him?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: he is a really nice boy. i’ve always thought so.
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: ….are you in love with him, pam?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: well then..
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: okay? call me back soon!
    16. Pam: I will.

  35. Okay, now that we have seen wut happens between Jim and Pam in the third season, has anyone thought about changing wut Mrs. Beesly says? I dont really see how it would make much difference, but I was just curious.

  36. I know this is late, but I’ve pondering, and I seriously think #11 is “Well…are you still going to marry Roy?”

  37. 1. Mom: What did he say? When did he say it.
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: What did you say to him.
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: He loves you
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: What are you gonna do?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: Do you love him?
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: Are you gonna marry Roy still?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: Well…..
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Call back later
    16. Pam: I will

  38. 1. Mom: When did this happen?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: Well, did you tell him you feel the same?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: Well, you are supposed to get married to Roy in a few weeks.
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: What are you going to do? Do you want to be with Jim?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: He is really cute. And he seems nice.
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: Are you in love with him?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: Well, you have to do what makes you happy.
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Call me back later.
    16. Pam: I will.

  39. 1. Mom: What?! They re-aired the latest episode of battlestar galactica?! When?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: Did you call me to remind me?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: That episode is freakin’ sweet!
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: Why did you invite Peter Parker over to watch it with you, but not me?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: That character with the purple thing coming out of his forehead is totally sweet!
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: Are you going to watch it again right now?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: *No comment from mom here, but the show is starting*
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Call me when its over!
    16. Pam: I will.

    Rock on!

  40. I wonder if one of the cast & crew members actually was talking to her on the other end.

  41. I figure they have already been talking for a minute and Pam just explained what happened. It’s basically what a lot of other people have been saying, but…

    1. Mom: Wow… When did this happen?
    2. Pam: About ten minutes ago.
    3. Mom: Hmm. What did you say?
    4. Pam: No, I didn’t know what to say.
    5. Mom: You’re engaged to Roy.
    6. Pam: Yes, I know.
    7. Mom: Do you feel the same?
    8. Pam: Um, I don’t know, Mom, he’s my best friend.
    9. Mom: Well from what you’ve told me, Jim sounds really sweet.
    10. Pam: Yeah, he’s great.
    11. Mom: …Are you in love with him?
    12. Pam: Yeah, I think I am.
    13. Mom: …
    14. Pam: Um, I have to go.
    15. Mom: Call and tell me how it goes.
    16. Pam: I will.

    And when Pam says “Listen, Jim” she was probably going to tell him how she felt. I would’ve loved to see that. But of course I also loved seeing him kiss her. ;)

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