"Darryl Philbin. Then Regis, then Rege, then Roger, then Mistah Rogers."

Invincible Summer by shutterbug Past Featured Story

Rated: MA • 34 Reviews34

On a road trip, Jim's memories keep him company.

 Memories take place throughout Jim and Pam's relationship, from friends to husband and wife (pre- to post-series), but they are framed by events that occur during the Texas period (post-series). 

Important note: The author has chosen not to make use of all available warnings. However, one warning does apply to this story, but has been omitted to avoid spoiling readers for a major plot point and story theme. This warning applies for Chapter 10. This note/reminder will be repeated at the beginning of that chapter. 

Paying Court by Comfect

Rated: T • 33 Reviews18

A Regency romance, JAM-style. Now complete.

 Disclaimer: I don't own the Office at all. 

Darryl's Seen Enough by Moogie Man

Rated: T • 1 Reviews
Summary: Sometimes it takes a friend to kick  ass!

The Transfer by missfand0m

Rated: K+ • 3 Reviews2
Summary: "How do I feel about transferring to Stamford? Uh, well, I think it will be a good change for me. I think it will really help me to, um, you know... I really don't know what it will help me do, but, uh, yeah. I'm transferring."

Everyone's thoughts about Jim transferring from Scranton to Stamford after the Season 2 finale.

The Perilous All Around Me by Mel Like Mellow

Rated: K+ • 15 Reviews9
Summary: A collection of short one-shots of the Pam/Andy/Jim friendship kind, spanning their few years together at Dunder Mifflin. Some Jim/Pam mixed in there, too, because we love them.

My Hands Felt Just Like Two Balloons by Emilys List

Rated: K+ • 6 Reviews1
Summary: An unexpected cure for heartbreak.

The Trip by Little Comment

Rated: T • 102 Reviews38
Summary: The branch scores a trip to Walt Disney World, thanks to an amazing deal by Michael (and a semi-plausible explanation by Little Comment!). Same office workers, new place...hijinx a-go-go.

The Interview by ThatsNotLukePerry

Rated: T • 5 Reviews2
Summary: A young woman interviews for a newly created position at Dunder Mifflin and flirts with Jim. Meanwhile, Michael discovers MySpace and the staff participate in a "team-building exercise."

The Miseducation of Michael Scott by Little Comment, HalloweenJack138

Rated: T • 8 Reviews7
Summary: Michael wants to learn what it truly means to be Afican-American. Meanwhile, Dwight hires Pam to illustrate his comic. Absolutely cringeworthy hijinx ensue.

Fantasy Football by Nightswept

Rated: T • 12 Reviews1
Summary: Eighth (and possibly final?) episode of my summer hiatus series. The entire office takes part in a high-stakes fantasy football contest, while the party planning committee puts together a going away party for Natalie.

Assistant to the Foreman by Strider

Rated: K+ • 5 Reviews2
Summary: The warehouse isn't all guys...one woman has a dream nobody knows about.

Management Training by Nightswept

Rated: T • 11 Reviews2
Summary: Well hello sixth episode! The employees at Dunder Mifflin are asked to shadow others to promote advancement within the company. Jim has fun when Dwight is forced to shadow him for the day. Angela fights back for her position as head of the party planning committee, and Andy is not his usual self at work.

Many More Cupcakes by Steph

Rated: T • 2 Reviews1
Summary: Welcome to a very unconventional love story. Sequel to my Cupcakes, Mistletoe... fic (Toby/Kelly) featuring more of an ensemble.

Cupcakes, Mistletoe, Ducks and Shopping Carts by Steph

Rated: T • 5 Reviews2
Summary: It all started with his mostly ignored birthday and a lesson on how to do the Shopping Cart. (Toby/Kelly).

Bonding by Nightswept

Rated: T • 16 Reviews2
Summary: The fifth episode of my summer hiatus series: Michael takes his entourage out for some "manly bonding" in celebration of Jim's recent engagement. The rest of the office try to keep themselves busy while the boss is away.

Six Dunder-Mifflin Men Pam Finds Attractive at Inappropriate Times (and one she doesn't) by bigtunette

Rated: K • 14 Reviews4
Summary: Pam is the office mattress.

Kidnapping by Nightswept

Rated: T • 15 Reviews7
Summary: Ooh- I'm on my third episode already?? ;) Basically, this is a set of Office episodes that immediately follows Goodbye, Toby. Lots of humor (I hope), romance, conference room scenes, and good old fashioned Dwight pranks.

Dundies, Take Two by Nightswept

Rated: T • 20 Reviews5
Summary: Onto the fourth episode in my series, created to hold us over until the Season 5 premiere. It's Dundie season, and Michael plans to make the annual award ceremony the best yet. His plan to distribute walkie-talkies around the office has its repercussions, and there's a proposal of sorts.

The Crush by Nightswept

Rated: T • 18 Reviews7
Summary: The second episode in our summer series during the hiatus: Jim finds himself in a precarious position and someone else learns Angela and Dwight's secret. Also, Dwight's computer is alive. Again.

Possible spoilers for Goodbye, Toby.

Candy and Beer by dundiefromgod

Rated: T • 8 Reviews6
Summary: What Jim and Pam are thinking, and talking about, before they re-connect in the office after the job fair.

Lunch Break by Alyx

Rated: K • 1 Reviews
Summary: [She feels no guilt as she murmurs coolly in his ear. “Don’t
mention this to Ryan.”]

What was that front she was putting up all the time?

A drabble about Kelly Kapoor.

life is all about taking things in and putting things out by sillyrabbit519

Rated: T • 10 Reviews4

"You need to catch up. Maybe if you wouldn't have lost your space in the Finer Things Club you might know more words to beat me."

Communication is hard. 

Lessons Learned from The Documentary by Steph Past Featured Story

Rated: T • 16 Reviews8
Summary: Watching the documentary as a favor for Ryan, Toby learned that almost everyone at Dunder Mifflin could probably sue Michael for something and win big. And he learned a few other very important lessons as well.

A Christmas Carol, Dunder Mifflin Style! by flonkertonxx

Rated: T • 31 Reviews10

Jim isn't inviting Pam to the Christmas Eve party he and Karen are holding. Three ghosts visit him the night before the big party and try to bring him to his senses. Will he listen to them, or will he convince himself that it is all a figment of his imagination and leave things the way they are?

I guess this is kind of AU?

Slow Down. Think it Over. by Stablergirl

Rated: T • 7 Reviews3

"Who says exactly what they're thinking?  What kind of game is that?"

Kelly considers her past and her present.