Unless you have been living under a rock, it’s probably safe to say you’ve heard of the hit TV show, The Office.
And if you are any sort of fan, you’re probably aware of the EPIC wedding of Jim and Pam, complete with the fully choreographed dance led by Michael Scott.
There were so many amazing moments to this wedding, from them disappearing and getting married on a boat, to Jim cutting his tie to look silly.
But the part most loved, was the incredibly iconic dance led my their boss, Michael Scott. I mean come on, look how into it he is…
Well…the cast got back together to recreate this iconic dance. And my heart is soaring.
The whole thing happened on the latest episode of John Krasinski’s virtual news show, Some Good News, where he was joined by Susan and John, two Office superfans who recently got engaged.
John even got down on one knee and proposed in a gas station parking lot just like Jim and Pam did. *internal happy screaming*
John Krasinski let them know that he had gotten ordained online and wanted to officiate their wedding right then and there.
He then invited the couple’s parents and friends to witness the ceremony along with none other than Pam herself, Jenna Fischer.
After this whirlwind wedding happened over a zoom call, Krasinski announced that there was one more surprise…
“Because you so elegantly ripped off our show for your proposal, I feel like it’s only fitting that you rip off the wedding, too!” he said, before hitting play on the song “Forever.”
“But we can’t play this song unless you let me invite some of my family to the party,” he went on. “Ladies and gentlemen, the cast of The Office!”
And all of a sudden, the screen filled with so many familiar faces. The Office cast reunited to bring the best, most epic wedding dance, back to life.
Every single cast member took part in this, had epic solos. Meredith had her vodka. Kevin had his tissue box shoes. Angela had her cat. And of course, Dwight kicked someone in the face. And our dear Michael led the way to this epic dance.
You can watch the full heartwarming video right here. Skip to around 7:17 for the wedding segment, and 15:04 for the Office reunion. But I suggest watching the whole thing. Because this isn’t just some good news, its some really good dancing.