NBC's workplace comedy ‘The Office’ ends its 8-year run
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At the end of the episode, Pam and Jim committed to an overdue exit from their dead-end Dunder Mifflin jobs to start a new life far away, in Austin, Texas.
When they broke the news to Dwight, he fired them on the spot. But he did it as a favor: to qualify them for severance pay.
Moments later, the series’ final words were voiced to the camera by Pam, who marveled at all that "The Office" had captured on film: "There’s a lot of beauty in ordinary things," she declared. "Isn’t that the point?"
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