Answers the question that no one asked - what if Michael unwittingly got the cocktail party cancelled and Jim ended up in the bar with his co-workers?
'Cocktails' with a twist.
Inspired by the deleted scene from Dwight Christmas. What happened that night when Jim decided to take the 5 AM bus instead?
“Are you free for dinner tonight?”
“Yes.” Her reply is immediate, eager, completely certain. He sees her, truly sees her, sees her eyes taking him in and her hands clenched in her lap and her hair the same way it has been every day that he has known her.
“Then it’s a date.” It is the most important thing in the world that he clarifies this last piece of information, that she knows what she is getting into. He is almost prepared to hear her recant, to take back her single syllable and tuck it away for someone else. But she doesn’t.
Dear friends, may I present a short collection of events taking place during and after the events depicted in ‘The Job’ (S3) detailing Jim’s break-up with Karen and his first date with Pam. Get excited for some angsty monologuing from Jim, some indignant Karen and some super fluffy adorable first-date non-canon content.
A few chapters of Jim reacting to several occasions where Pam says those two little words, told from his POV. Beginning on Casino Night, of course.
Pam relives a single day over and over again--what can she do to break the loop? We all know, but when will she figure it out?
Inspired by Groundhog Day (of course) and the two fics based on that movie on this archive already, House Call by time4moxie and especially Second Chances: The Booze Cruise by GreenFish (though that one is Jim POV).
The crew that is going to film them around the office has arrived and Jim realizes things are going to change... and he has to do something about it.
Season 1, episode 1
Pam Beesly really likes Valentine's Day. Well, mostly.
A look at Valentine's Days through the years with Jim and Pam (from Pam's POV).
An AU version of season 2's "Valentine's Day".
Pam is more than a little annoyed and Jim steps in. Holiday fluff ensues.
[I got the idea after reading "V-J Day", by Comfect. I you haven't checked that one out yet, do it. Now.]
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It’s the ten year anniversary of Stress Relief and all the love floating around Twitter over the past couple of days got me thinking – what if the fire “drill” at the beginning of the episode had taken place in Season 3 instead. Set sometime between The Merger and Phyllis’ Wedding.
Jim and Pam, a snowstorm, and a bottle of tequila. Could a Christmas miracle finally force these two to be honest with each other?
Takes place immediately following A Benihana Christmas.
Pam and Jim’s friendship is fragile and their hearts even more so, will a Christmas time prank on Dwight be just the thing they need?
Canon divergent after A Benihana Christmas. For the Secret Santa Fic exchange
There sits that bag of chips, on the passenger seat, to remind her of him, of his skin, and of the things that need to be fixed in her life.
What if Pam reacted much sooner than Casino Night?
Set after S02 E06, The Fight.
Jim is visited by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present, and Christmas Yet-to-Be. Because I watch too much A Christmas Carol and It's a Wonderful Life every December. Set during "Dwight Christmas" in Season 9 for the 2018 Secret Santa Fic Exchange.
I own nothing here. Concepts and characters go to Greg Daniels, Charles Dickens, and Frank Capra.
An office party is not an excuse to get really drunk, or confront someone, or have a cathartic experience of any kind.
Also, Pam won't tell Jim what her favorite Christmas song is.