A spouse wants to move because of a dream job, while the other wants to stay to continue the career path they are on.
Also: Bob Odenkirk for Michael, Kathryn Hahn for Pam, and John Cho for Jim.
"I lied to Letterman! I have to apologize to him."
Many of the show's writers, producers, and crew members (as well as their loved ones) turned up onscreen.
It still beat The Office and Scandal.
Did he tear up because of the writing, or out of fondness for the show's run? And does it matter?
No matter what you thought of the last couple of seasons, this was a heartwarming good-bye.
Nothing like a callback to get something caught in your eye.
Here's how the Dunder Mifflinites will all pass. Cue the Sia.
Actress Angela Kinsey hosts them at her house (complete with Yankee Swap). And she isn't scared of alcohol.
Complete with her own delightfully goofy explanations of her on-set snapshots.
In many ways, this penultimate episode of The Office felt like the real cap to this season.
Lots of pilots in the works ...
Michael Scott lives.
Few things on TV are as heartening as signs of life in a show that seemed creatively dead.
Andy goes all in, and then also goes on the car. Dwight has a good day.
Survivor's Jeff Probst may be involved.
Andy gets his big break; Jim and Pam show their appreciation.
It's just a few weeks away.
Plus: The first thing AJ Clemente, the disgraced potty-mouthed anchor, did after he got fired, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Jim and Pam talk it out. But not with each other.
She's just as cranky and snarky as you'd expect.
The office can't wait for their show to start. Well, maybe Oscar and Angela can.
Adam Scott as Jim? Mary Lynn Rajskub as Pam?