The Office: Niagara, 6.04-5

Thursday, October 8th, 2009 | 453 comments


The Office Wedding

W: Greg Daniels and Mindy Kaling, D: Paul Feig

Summary (NBC): The Office travels to Niagara Falls to celebrate Jim and Pam’s wedding under strict orders not to mention Pam’s pregnancy. Michael, Dwight, and Andy all want to hook up with guests at the wedding and Michael and Dwight meet twins. One-hour long.

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The Office Niagara trivia

The Office Niagara quotes

Dwight: It’s amazing. A three-ounce fetus is calling the shots. It’s so bad-ass.

Dwight: I reserve the right to peel my hardboiled eggs at my desk.

Meredith: All morning I look forward to my afternoon cigars, and I am not stopping for anybody.

Pam: I guess it’s just the end of courtesy in the workplace.

Andy: Watching people get sick always makes me sick.

Michael: It’s just a really important day for me.

Erin: Dunder Mifflin Scranton will be closed today and Friday for a company wedding in Niagara Falls.

Jim: Believe it or not, Kevin, firecrackers are in the “don’t” column.

Jim: This is a firecracker-free wedding.

Angela: Decent people everywhere will be offended.

Angela: Some of us have to be our own grandmother.

Andy: What happens in Niagara stays in Niagara.

Michael: So I will see you up there in Viagra Falls.

Kevin: I thought, “How can I take it to the next level?” The hair. It’s the hair.

Kelly: We feel like we’re in a limo and you’re our driver.

Andy: Not only is Erin really sweet and cute, she smells like my mom.

Pam: We should have hired a professional to take the mental pictures.

Dwight: If you are listening to this, you’re a lucky woman Michael has seduced.

Andy: I got the room the night before you guys. I’ll break in the bed.

Dwight: The proximity to the falls makes everything smell like a basement.

Michael: Ooh, you must past the dungeon wisdom test.

Michael: I’m not a physics major, Stanley, I’m just saying be careful.

Michael: You are going to be sleeping by yourself for the rest of your life.

Dwight: That’s right. It is ew. It’s very ew.

Kevin: Oscar, I would be proud to date you.

Kevin: I’m not gay. I’m Kevin.

Tom: Never too married for a noogie.

Tom: A little mo’ … cardio.

Michael: Hey, what is the deal with the smart car?

Jim: Even then I knew that … I was waiting for my wife.

Michael: Am I wrong? They say it’s not different, but it’s a different sensation.

Michael: There’s going to be a free room?

Meemaw: You’re that foul man that kept talking about intercourse.

Michael: And if it’s a boy, they will call it Sylvio.

Michael: Looks like you’re going to a fish fry, Dwight.

Dwight: I’m just worried about the farm, you know. Mose hates to geld the horses by himself.

Dwight: Sears said no.

Dwight: Aren’t they magnificent?
Michael: They’re men, Dwight.
Dwight: I love finding a good set of twins.
Michael: Something is wrong with you.

Erin: Go Meredith. Nice moves.
Andy: You call that a robot? Try being more robotic, okay? Like this.
Kelly: Lame! What else you got, Andy?
Andy: How about a little bit of this.
Erin: Oh yeah. What else you got?
Kevin: What else you got?
Andy: Did someone change my name to Baskin Robbin? Because I feel like a banana split. Woo!
Erin: What else you got?

Andy: I was dancing and I did a split and I landed on my car keys in my pocket.
Pam: What?
Andy: I tore my scrotum. I need you to take me to the hospital.

Pam: He is in my room, icing his balls.

Michael: Have her come out! It’ll be like Coyote Ugly.

Michael: Now you sound like Kermit.

Pam: Andy, did I dream that you were crying through the night?

Dwight: Bride side or groom side? Or townie?

Meredith: Crotch injuries are the worst. You don’t need to tell me.

Michael: I have another one of them in the nude. But that one is for me.

Dwight: So tell me again the difference between Filene’s and Filene’s Basement.

Pam: Everybody’s driving me crazy. I know way too much about Andy’s scrotum.

Kevin: The peeing is fast, Oscar. It’s getting my tie back on.

Michael: Apricot. Made of real apes.

Angela: Those two treat the whole office like a 1970s key party.

Michael: It is a terrible year for love.

Stanley: Anyone have anything they want to trade for a toaster?

Kevin: Does it have slots for hot dogs?

Tom: Wear a tie much?

Jim: I bought those boat tickets the day I saw that YouTube video.

Jim: The boat was actually Plan C, the church was Plan B, and Plan A was marrying her a long, long time ago. Pretty much the day I met her.

Kevin: I got six numbers. One more would have been a complete telephone number.

Kevin: My feet were so sweaty, I can’t even feel the cold.


In a poll conducted October 8-12, Tallyheads rated this episode: 9.06/10

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  1. 453. Angie  

    Still the best ever episode of The Office. A very tough title to hand out, but this one gets it, just barely, but it does.

  2. 452. Josh hayes  

    445- I actually thought many elements of the episode were original and the youtube idea fit into the puzzle nicely. Great episode, and the only season 6 episode aside from the Delivery and POSSIBLY Murder that really rates with other seasons, particularly seasons 2,3,4, and much of 5. My concern has been the writing, but this is one episode where it was not, and I liked the break from pure documentary style at the end. That said- the correlation of guest writers to poor scripts and the lack of seasonal cohesiveness as the main creative staff seems to have lost some focus troubles me. I even think its best shown in the finales. Seasons past had a plan leading into the finale. Anymore, the show known for its great finales has just found a way to squeeze out another script for a last episode.

  3. 451. Josh Hayes  

    I noticed the tie also. I’m not one to complain too much about editing issues (it happens), but that one was actually distracting. Caught it on the first watch…. so you know it had to be glaring to others also.

  4. 450. Nate  

    OMG! DID ANYONE ELSE NOTICE THAT WHEN JIM AND PAM FIRST GET ON THE BOAT JIM’S TIE IS STILL WHOLE!?? This scene happens AFTER he cuts it and the rest of the boat scenes display a cut tie!

  5. 449. Chunky  

    … that’s what she said!

  6. 448. George  

    I should say that (if I haven’t said it yet) Michael, Pam, Jim, Andy and Dwight were all amazing in this episode.

  7. 447. George  

    The funniest things in this episode for me are Jim & Pam marrying twice, Jim cutting off his tie after Pam’s veil tore, Michael sleeping in the vending machine, everybody having a party in Andy’s hotel room, Andy tearing his scrotum dancing (also includes Andy icing his balls, Pam taking him to the hospital when everybody’s drunk to drive and she’s sober enough, and Andy spending the night with Pam the night before the wedding), Dwight finding twins (they’re men), Kevin losing his shoes and wearing tissue boxes, and everybody dancing down the aisle (specially Andy with a walker), that was even more amusing!!!!!

    And how could I forget the beginning of the episode with the pukefest!!!!!

  8. 446. ChristmasGoose  

    To Daniel:

    Several episodes have had “voice-overs.” See “The Dundies,” “Take Your Daughter to Work Day,” or “The Lover.” All of those have voice-overs.

    Classic episode. Simply one of the best.

  9. 445. daniel  

    I know this is late… but the ending of this episode was not at all like a documentary.

  10. 444. Kristina  

    While this wedding was sweet and funny, it wasn’t exactly the greatest TV wedding I’ve ever seen. I felt satisfied after watching it (and I’ve been an obsessive JAM fan since the very beginning), but I didn’t feel the wedding lived up to what it should’ve been.

    Now that I’ve seen this episode again, and again, and again…etc, I realize why I feel this way and it’s because of its unoriginality. Instead of something like the original and crazy subway chasing thrill of the “Rhoda” wedding, the writers decided to just cite an idea from youtube. Yes, I can see how it makes sense plotwise that everyone saw it on youtube and wanted to copy it, but seriously “Office” writers??? This could have been so much more than what it was!

    It feels like the writers were only given a few hours to write the entire script as opposed to the years of opportunity they had to plan the inevitable wedding of Jim and Pam. This was a sweet wedding, but it hardly lived up to its potential.

  11. 443. George  

    I always keep saying this is the best episode of The Office I’ve ever seen. Other episodes were good too, but this is much much better.

  12. 442. i saw where it ended  

    435. FEAR
    @ i saw where it ended

    It’s because she was the only sober person, everyone else was either drunk or drinking. Andy made a comment about it when he was laying on Pam’s bed.
    @i saw where it ended – ambulances are expensive and yes everyone else was drunk

    Yes, I know Pam was the only sober one. Ambulances aren’t expensive to people with insurance, and Andy (and the rest of the office) would certainly have health insurance that covers ambulances (even if Dwight picked the plan).

    Sorry to dwell on such a minor point, but the show does a such a good job of balancing wacky and realistic that when it misses, it stands out.

  13. 441. Dave  

    Fantastic episode. The dance and maid on the mist boat ride cracks and tears me up everytime. Anyone know who the pretty blonde bridesmaid actress is who tells Pam that she “tried to get them to stop”? (then dances down the aisle).

  14. 440. deborahsten  

    Ah! I had to wait a week until I had time to watch this! It was definitely different than other episodes. I wasn’t looking forward to as much as some viewers- I’m not that into weddings or that viral youtube. But, I am from western NY and seeing them getting married on the Maid of the Mist was so lovely!!!

    Anyone know where there are good pics of the boat scenes?

  15. 439. Pam Pong  

    I have been looking forward to this episode for years, and what a great pay-off. I know a lot of people are upset with not getting to see the vows, but to me, that was right in line with the rest of their relationship. We never saw their first date, the first time Pam said I love you, the day they moved into their house together, etc. It seemed only fitting that we didn’t get to see the vows. But it was enough for me. As someone who has been watching this romance grow for years, I got very emotional during the wedding scene. I loved the “Forever” dance…totally something Michael would think was completely original, but my favorite part was the switching back and forth between Niagara and the ceremony….what a great editing job. I couldn’t be happier, and truthfully, I was really afraid this wedding wouldn’t live up to my expectations. Watching the older episodes and the heartbreak they both went through before their wedding made this even better for me. GREAT JOB MINDY!

    On a side note, who didn’t love Stanley’s dance down the aisle…makes me giggle every time I see it!

  16. 438. the smell  

    What I loved was how Kevin’s shoes were thrown away as a safety concern, since the smell of the shoe overcame them

  17. 437. laura  

    @i saw where it ended – ambulances are expensive and yes everyone else was drunk

  18. 436. laura  

    @Jackie it was his mistress

  19. 435. lea  

    I’m with Joe, #429, especially about everyone being a parody of themselves. The show seems to have lost its heart and is just trying to be titillating in the worst way. I like Pam’s original mom better and the sister doesn’t fit.

  20. 434. Matty  

    I thought of two more shots I loved. I don’t know if this was intentional or if this is how you guys interpreted it, but when there’s that close-up of Toby lying on the pew with his eyes closed (I think) and his hands on his chest, I thought he looked dead. And because of the angle with the pews on either side of him it looked like he was in a casket. I laughed so hard, plus Toby’s energy level is so low he could be mistaken for dead easily. What did you guys think?

    And second, the one shot that made me get choked up the most was when Jim and Pam are kissing and it cuts to Michael looking on. His face just really showed that he was so happy to be there at that moment, and have known these people for so many years. And of course that applies to Steve as well as us the viewers. He’s amazing.

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