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Summary: We fall in love and become allies against the world.

Jim and Pam have been in an alliance for a very long time. It has nothing to do with downsizing (although there is chatting and giggling).

(AKA a series of moments in which Jim and Pam stand up for each other, throughout Seasons 1 and 2.)
Rated: T
Categories: Jim and Pam, Past, Episode Related Characters: Angela, Dwight, Helene Beesly, Jan, Jim, Jim/Pam, Kelly, Larissa Halpert, Michael, Pam, Pam/Roy, Roy, Ryan, Todd Packer
Genres: Angst, Drama, Fluff, Holiday, Humor, Workdays
Warnings: Mild sexual content
Series: None
Chapters: 3 Completed: No
Word count: 5400 Read: 1524 ePub Downloads: 5
Published: October 15, 2020 Updated: October 22, 2020
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Story Notes:
DISCLAIMER: So one afternoon while walking home from school, quirky tenth grader Becky Walters finds a television show she enjoys, and begins to post her own stories online using that show’s publicly recognizable characters, settings, etc. that are the property of their respective owners, which she is in no way associated with, and does not intend to violate anyone’s copyright. And she becomes… “The Fanfic Writer.”

1. Vs. The World's Best Boss by darjeelingandcoke [Reviews - 6] 5 (2970 words)
?Pam and I are good buddies. I'm sort of Pam's go-to guy for her problems. You know with stuff like work, or uh, her fiancée Roy. Or, uh... nope, those are pretty much her only two problems.? ? Jim Halpert, Hot Girl

2. Vs. Your Deskmate Dwight, Who You Will Never Go Back to The Time Before You Met by darjeelingandcoke [Reviews - 6] 7 (1935 words)
“Hey Pam, by the way, it's great that you're dating. But when a new client calls, you just have to randomly assign them to a sales person. You can't base who gets new clients on who you're sleeping with that week, OK?” – Phyllis Lapin-Vance, Dunder Mifflin Infinity

3. Vs. The King of Forwards by darjeelingandcoke [Reviews - 5] 5 (495 words)
Very interested in your feedback on this very short chapter. Given the subject matter, I’m not sure I got the tone right on this. Also a mild rating bump - nothing to be excited about.


“Where’s the line, Jan?”
“Do you need to see the video again, Michael?”