“And of course, you just need to make sure your guests don’t end up accidentally going to the wrong Niagara Street!” The pastor laughed a big, booming laugh and Jim and Pam exchanged a look.
“Tell us more…”
The Families Of
James Halpert and Pamela Beesley
To A Wedding
October 8, 2009
The Church ON Niagara Street
“Look, Dwight, I think I know where Jim and Pam are getting married! Jim’s like my right-hand man. Or I’m his right-hand man. We’re both right-handed! It’s like a high-five, not that you’d know anything about that, and so I know I’m reading Jim five-by-five at all times. And I say it’s going to be here.”
“What? Look, Dwight, just because I didn’t book a hotel room doesn’t mean I don’t know things about this wedding! And I say it’s here. See? Church. Niagara Street. Do you really think Jim and Pam would be driving to Canada to get married?”
“Are you sure Penny didn’t tell anyone?”
“Are you sure Tom and Pete didn’t?”
“Then we should be safe. Hey, Toby, glad you could make it.”
“Are you sure neither of you is gay?”
“Pretty sure, yup.”
“And you still want to come to Canada to get married? Even though you can get married perfectly well in your own country?”
“But you want Jim here to do the ceremony, even though he’s the pastor across the river?”
“It’s a long story…”
“I now pronounce you man and wife.”
“Jimbo! Pamocles! I’m surprised to see you two still together? Which one of you got cold feet?”
Jim and Pam exchanged another look.
“Technically, Michael, that would be both of us.”
“What? It’s cold in Niagara in October!”
“I know! But that was supposed to be my line!”
“Alright, Mrs. Halpert.”
It takes Michael, Dwight, and the rest of the office several months to realize Jim and Pam are, actually, married.
Toby files the paperwork the same day, though.