Jam Tunes – Classic

musicThis is the classic MTT Jam playlist compiled back in the the day. And now, thanks to web advancements, it’s available online at Spotify! (Need to have a Spotify account to stream, however)

We are looking to create an updated JAM playlist, so if you have any suggested feel free to comment on this post or shoot us a message via the contact form. Thanks!

» Only You – Yazoo
All I needed was the love you gave
All I needed for another day
And all I ever knew
Only you

» Let Love In – Goo Goo Dolls
Now I’m banging on the door of an angel
The end of fear is where we begin
The moment we decided to let love in
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Christmas Fic Recommendations

THE OFFICE -- NBC Series -- Pictured: (l-r) Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesly, John Krasinski as Jim Halpert -- NBC Universal Photo: Paul Drinkwater‘Tis the season! There is a lot of great Christmas-center fic in the archive, here are a few to get into the winter spirit.

A Kwanzaa Christmas by dundiefromgod (rated T)

A 1957 Vintage Tin Harmonica with Flames Painted on the Sides by Big Tuna (rated K+, Andy-centric)

A Friend is a Gift You Give Yourself by uncgirl (rated T)All I Want is You by sillyrabbit519 (rated T)

Billy Squier and Bonus Gifts by JAMhands (rated T)

Christmas Cards by PBeesly Sweater (rated T)

Christmas Is the Time to Tell People How You Feel by Lissa_Maylee (rated T)

Comfort and Joy by Stablergirl (rated K)

Don’t Be. by watchthesky84

Inside the Teapot by sorano916 (rated K+)

Memories by stjoespirit04 (rated K)

My True Love Gave to Me by time4moxie (rated MA)

Snow Globes by somuchmore (rated T)

The Card by Ham and Cheese (rated K)

You Were Made to Go Out and Get Her by JamGirl (rated K)

Christmas at The Office: Ranking the Holiday Episodes


The Office had some classic Christmas episodes so what better way to get into the spirit of the season than to revisit Dunder-Mifflin for the holidays! Now, some Christmas episodes were better than others so if you feel like watching from worst to best (though with one exception they’re all pretty good), here’s Flonkerton’s ratings of the 7 Christmas episodes the Office gave us (along with a JAM factor rating of 1 teapot-48 to 4 teapot-48teapot-48teapot-48teapot-48 teal teapots of love). Click the “continue reading” button to see the list and don’t forget to vote at the end of the post for your favorite Office Christmas episodes.

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Pam Pong Round 10: The Fire

204pp-biggerPrevious Round, Office Olympics: Jim and Pam displayed their teamwork skills as they work together all day on Office Games, but Pam is beyond uncomfortable when Angela suggests Pam and Jim are too friendly with each other. Still, Jim and Pam has a lot of fun and resulted in a final score of +2.

Pam Pong Scorecard
Episode 204: The Fire

Pam answers a call from Katy: -1
She’s a bit flustered and feels she “talks really loud” as she talks to the cameras about Katy and Jim going out: +2
Jim is very flirtatious when he talks to Katy: -2
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The Fire: Episode 2.04

204fire-bigger“The Fire”
Season 2 Episode 4
Air Date: October 11, 2005
Writer: BJ Novak
The staff evacuates to the parking lot after a fire starts in the kitchen. Dwight can’t hide his jealously over Michael’s interest in Ryan, while the rest of the staff engages in games such as “Desert Island” and “Who would you do?”

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Pam Pong Round 9: Office Olympics

203pp-biggerPrevious Round, Sexual Harassment: There wasn’t a lot of interaction between Jim and Pam, and Jim’s effort to meet Pam’s mom was thwarted by Roy. However, as soon as Roy left, Jim heard Pam’s mom ask Pam “Which one is Jim?” indicating Pam has talked to her mom about Jim, and resulting in a final score of +5

Pam Pong Scorecard
Episode 203: Office Olympics

Mild flirting occurs when Jim “dies” and Pam has to entertain him: +1
They worked together to create the Office Olympic Games: +2
Roy doesn’t make an appearance, nor is there any mention of him: +1
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